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A term used to refer to Sam and Dean in the [[Television Without Pity]] recaps of Supernatural, it refers to brothers who are amateur detectives in the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hardy_Boys boys' own adventure children's books].
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A term used to refer to [[Sam]] and [[Dean]] in the [[Television Without Pity]] recaps of ''Supernatural'', it refers to brothers who are amateur detectives in the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hardy_Boys boys' own adventure children's books.]
  
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In canon, Sam and Dean have been referred to as "the Hardy Boys" on three occasions, by [[Edward Carrigan]] in [[3.08 A Very Supernatural Christmas]], the demon [[Crowley]] in [[5.10 Abandon All Hope...]] and [[Metatron]] in [[9.22 Stairway to Heaven]].
  
In [[Canon]], Sam and Dean have been referred to as the Hardy Boys on two occasions, by one of the pagan gods in [[3.08 A Very Supernatural Christmas]], and by the demon [[Crowley]] in [[5.10 Abandon All Hope...]]
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Latest revision as of 05:38, 27 June 2016

A term used to refer to Sam and Dean in the Television Without Pity recaps of Supernatural, it refers to brothers who are amateur detectives in the boys' own adventure children's books.

In canon, Sam and Dean have been referred to as "the Hardy Boys" on three occasions, by Edward Carrigan in 3.08 A Very Supernatural Christmas, the demon Crowley in 5.10 Abandon All Hope... and Metatron in 9.22 Stairway to Heaven.