Talk:6.15 The French Mistake

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removed link to 7 Jan spoilers as there is controversy over whether they were legitimately obtained. --Missyjack 03:20, 7 January 2011 (UTC)

According to the owner of, KJ Neely, they were. Biased source, I know, but I'm inclined to believe her. —EllieMurasaki 03:37, 7 January 2011 (UTC)
I'm not taking sides here but I want to avoid any controversy, and her posts on the website and LJ have been removed anyway.--Missyjack 05:08, 7 January 2011 (UTC)

Character Names

Similar to Future!Dean, I'm going to change the character names to au!Sera Gamble, etc. in order to differentiate between the real people and those portrayed in this episode. If ya'll think of something else you'd rather do, feel free to change. --Ashley 10:39, 26 February 2011 (UTC)

Thanks - - but I've changed back to link to actual crew members entries, and put the info you had added there as I think its cleaner and also plays into the meta idea of those characters being the real people (if you know what i mean!). Plus its more likely where people will go for info. cheers --Missyjack 22:24, 26 February 2011 (UTC)

Earth Two and Cas' Final Lines for a month

Since the transcript isn't up yet, I don't know the direct line. But right before the first fight scene against Virgil, Dean is telling Sam about 'We need to get out of Earth Two.' It's another Comic Book concept, when writers of comic books want to write a new storyline but it clashes with another that is already in canon. They label the world Earth Two, Three, Five-Hundred-Four. Usually when they do this, they have to rewrite the origin story and change the design, blah blah. That's the reference though.

Also the scene where Cas looks back at the screen and turns around, mirrors the failed shot from early on in the episode, but falls in line with what the actual story of the episode is. If you think about it, whenever Misha did Cas voice, it went back to Earth One's Story, and when he broke voice it goes back to Earth Two's Story. I guess you can say he was a MishaCanon! Har Har Har.... O.O *Serious Face*

Also when they are trying to Act, they are expressing most of their mannerisums. As showcased a couple years back by analysed here aaaaand here