Creedy: Look, I know a good place. Wide menu, good service, homey atmosphere. Garlic knots! The menu's on their website.
Kubrick: That looks good. I like that, when they drop the whole onion in the fryer.
Biggerson's is a fictional all you can eat family restaurant chain that features in a number of episodes of Supernatural. Its motto is "The Happy Place."
- 1 Episodes
- 1.1 3.03 Bad Day at Black Rock
- 1.2 5.14 My Bloody Valentine
- 1.3 6.06 You Can't Handle the Truth
- 1.4 7.02 Hello, Cruel World
- 1.5 7.03 The Girl Next Door
- 1.6 7.09 How to Win Friends and Influence Monsters
- 1.7 7.16 Out with the Old
- 1.8 7.20 The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo
- 1.9 7.21 Reading Is Fundamental
- 1.10 8.21 The Great Escapist
- 1.11 10.17 Inside Man
- 1.12 12.20 Twigs & Twine & Tasha Banes
- 1.13 13.03 Patience
- 2 References
Biggerson's Location: Black Rock, Outside of Buffalo, New York
While in possession of the "lucky" rabbit's foot, Sam and Dean go to a Biggerson's for lunch, and Sam is honored as "the one-millionth guest of the Biggerson’s restaurant family!" They are rewarded with a giant check that promises them free food for a year, and their picture is taken and posted on Biggerson's website. Kubrick and Creedy, who are on Sam and Dean's trail, go to Biggerson's website to view the menu and see their picture on the homepage.
It is also here that Bela, disguised as a waitress, Kary, steals the rabbit's foot.
Biggerson's Location: Unknown
Cas goes in intending to cut off Famine's ring but doesn’t come back out. Dean then goes in and finds Cas eating raw meat on the floor and he gets captured by demons. Famine wonders why Dean has not been infected by him and touches his chest, concluding that there is nothing inside of him, that Dean is dead inside.
Sam arrives at the restaurant and Famine stops his demons from capturing him. Famine tells Sam that he sent the demons earlier as a snack, that Sam won’t die from drinking too much blood, he’s the exception and that that is exactly what Lucifer wanted. Famine offers his demons to Sam but he refuses and exorcises all of the demons in the room at once, but Famine consumes them instead of letting them get sent back to Hell. Sam attempts to exorcise Famine, but it doesn’t work so he decides to exorcise all the demons that Famine has eaten, which seemingly destroys the horseman.
Biggerson's Location: Calumet City, Illinois
Biggerson's Location: unknown
A TV ad for Biggerson's announces they now have a homemade pie bar - like a salad bar but for pies!
Biggerson's Location: unknown
Near the end of the episode, Sam buys a meal from a Biggerson's restaurant.
Biggerson's Location: Hammonton, New Jersey
While investigating a series of deaths and disappearances, Sam and Dean interview Ranger Rick Evans at the local Biggerson's. They note that Rick behaves a bit like he is stoned. After the interview Bobby joins them for lunch, where they are served by a rather rude waiter called Brandon: "Sidewinder soup and salad combo goes to Big Bird. TDK Slammer to Ken Doll. And a little Heart Smart for Creepy Uncle." Dean seems particularly enamored with his Pepperjack Turducken Slammer.
Bobby and the boys go hunting and they capture a zombie-like person. Dean's behavior starts to become strange - he becomes apathetic and very relaxed. At Biggerson's, Sam notices Dean devouring another TDK Slammer with extreme passion, as are the diners around them. Back at the shack they are staying at, Dean's half-eaten slammer starts to ooze grey goo, similar to what they found inside the Zombie they caught.
Meanwhile, Brandon the waiter tries to attack a woman, but is captured. Behind the bizarre behavior is a Leviathan plot - Dr. Gaines has synthesized a food additive which he has put into the turducken. It is very addictive, and consumption leads to weight gain, and dampens people's emotional responses until they are very apathetic. After cooking, the tainted turducken will revert back to the grey goo state. However in 0.03% of cases consumption results in "hyper-adrenalised cannibalism" as seen with Brandon and Gerald Browder. When Edgar informs Gaines that Dick is coming, they incinerate the zombies they captured.
Biggerson's Location: Butte, Montana
The woman who dies after drinking boiling water from the cursed kettle, also has some coupons of Biggerson's on her counter.
When Bobby is explaining the Leviathans plans to subjugate and farm humanity for food, Dean mentions that they haven't been back to Biggerson's since then. Bobby replies that they have bought many more food outlets in addition to Biggerson's 10 pages long.
Biggerson's Location: unknown
At a truck stop, a repeat of the Biggerson's TV ad from 7.02 Hello, Cruel World runs while Sam buys coffee and snacks.
- We know you're hungry. Why not enjoy yourself at Biggerson's homemade pie bar? It's like a salad bar, but with pie.
- Santa Fe, New Mexico
- Palm Bay, Florida
- Denver, Colorado
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
- Portland, Oregon
- St. Louis, Missouri
- Bangor, Maine
- Lincoln, Nebraska
- Reno, Nevada
- Tucson, Arizona
In order to hide the angel tablet from the angels, Castiel uses the Biggerson's Restaurant chain to obfuscate his exact location. Castiel's use of the restaurant chain's ubiquitous layout and his ability to teleport allows him to be at every Biggerson's at once, choosing which restaurant he appears at next. According to Ion, "we try and orient ourselves, but it's as if we are in every Biggerson's at once, trapped in a quantum superposition."
To stop Castiel, Esper and Ion kill all but one waitress, Kara, at a Biggerson's in Santa Fe where a waiter, Terry, saw Castiel disappear and alerted his manager, Lance. Naomi kills Kara with a snap of her fingers after arriving in Biggerson's, leaving no human witnesses alive.
With the intention of going after Dean, Rowena lies to Crowley that she's dating someone named Trent. She tells him that he's an assistant manager at Biggerson's.
While Missouri Mosely contacts Sam, a billboard advertising the return of Biggerson's TDK Slammer can be seen behind her.