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11.20 Don't Call Me Shurley

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|image= [[File:Dontcallmeshurley promopic 2SPN-1120.jpg|350px]]
|title= Don't Call Me Shurley
|episode= Season 11, Episode 20
|location= [[God's Bar]]<br>Lebanon, Kansas<br>Hope Springs, Idaho
|prevep= 11.19 The Chitters
|nextep= 11.21 All in the Family
* [[Salvation (Pad of Definitions)|Salvation]]
* [[Sammy]]
* [[The Supernatural Books]]
* [[Table of Death]]
* [[The Supernatural BooksTeleportation]]
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'''Chuck:''' You know what humanity's greatest creation has been? Music. That and nacho cheese. Even I could have dreamt up that deliciousness. But music... is magic. A lot of remarkable music was created in this space. B.G.'s Canteen. Now it's not as well known as the Bitter End or the Gaslight, but some amazing musicians got their start on this stage. I'm hoping that you and I can tap into some of that old magic and finish what I started a few months ago.
:''[ The Bitter End] and [ The Gaslight Cafe] are famous rock and folk venues in New York City. The name "BG's"is a shoutout to another legendary New Music club [ CBGB]. In [[10.09 The Things We Left Behind]] Dean talks about sneaking out and getting drunk at CBGB when he was a teenager.''
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Rob Benedict's cover of "Fare Thee Well (Dink's Song)" is available for free download at the official [ WaterTower Music SoundCloud page.]
{{TriviaQuote |Text=While not confirmed in the episode, in the article Sam reads in [[11.21 All in the Family]], it is shown that Chuck did in fact resurrect everyone who died in this episode, including Wes Cooper, as the article states that there were no casualties in Hope Springs despite what was expected.}}
* [[11.20 Don't Call Me Shurley (Transcript)]]

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