8.13 Everybody Hates Hitler

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Title Everybody Hates Hitler
Episode # Season 8, Episode 13
First aired February 6, 2013
Directed by Philip Sgriccia
Written by Ben Edlund
On IMDB Everybody Hates Hitler
Outline Side by side with a golem and a rabbi, Sam and Dean try to stop the mysterious Thule Society who seem to have found a way to live forever.
Monster Thule Society
Location(s) Vitsyebsk, Belarus
Lebanon, Kansas
Wilkes-Barr, Pennsylvania
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  • "Love High" by Dude Royal
(plays in the bar while Rabbi Bass is there)
  • "Get Thee Behind Me, Satan" by Ella Fitzgerald
(plays when Sam and Dean are first in the bunker)
  • "Sunny Side of the Street" by Frankie Laine
(plays over the end scene of Sam and Dean in the bunker)


Dean: The water pressure in the Letters' shower room is marvellous.
Aaron: What, do you two just break in wherever you go?
Dean: Our dad wanted us to have a solid career to fall back on just in case this "hunter" thing didn't work out.
Dean: Nazi Necromancers.
Dean: Why you following me, gingerbread?

Aaron: Oh, so we didn't have a thing back there?
Dean: Back, where?...What now?
Aaron: I'm sorry. I thought we had a thing back at the quad. You know, a little eye magic? A moment? I saw you here and I figured I'd wait until you were done with your meeting and then we might...
Dean: Yeah, but no. No moment. This is a federal investigation.

Aaron: Is that supposed to make you less interesting?
Dean: That's weird, I thought I was being followed earlier. Turned out to be a gay thing.
Golem: This boy knows nothing, observes none of the mitzvahs, labours on the Sabbath, dines on swine...
Aaron: Everybody loves bacon!
Torvald: (defiantly) Long Live the Thule! (the Golem snaps his neck)
Dean: Or not.
Aaron: These guys are psychopaths!
Dean: Well, now we know. Paper beats Golem, fire beats undead Nazi zombie freaks.
Sam: You gonna take off the dead guy robe?

Trivia & References

The title of the episode is a play on the UPN/CW sitcom Everybody Hates Chris. Every episode title began with "Everybody Hates… ". Supernatural Producer Jim Michaels was a producer on Everybody Hates Chris.
Hal Linden who played Rabbi Bass also played the grandfather of Adam Rose (Aaron Bass) once before in a play called The Gathering. source
Set of the Nazi house. Scenes here filmed the same night as the People's Choice Awards 2013
Dean's is thrilled to find that The Bunker built by the Men of Letters has a shower with good water pressure. A good shower is a long-standing indulgence of Dean's. Back in 1.08 Bugs, he was thrilled to be able to squat in a display home with a Steam Shower.
Dean: You mean, how do we "Oh No!" Mr Bill over there?
Mr Bill was a clay figure that gained popularity in short films that aired as part of Saturday Night Live. In each short, Mr Bill would typically suffer abuse and eventual destruction with a cry of "Ohhhh noooooooooooooo..." in a high-pitched voice.
The Golem states that it was raised in the Vitsyebsk Ghetto. This was a real place where the occupying Nazis forced the Jewish people of Vitsyebsk to live. Over a three month period ending in October 1941, it is estimated between 6500 and 8000 Jews there were murdered by the Nazis. source
Aaron: Yeah, keep walking. You Chia-Pet.
Chia-Pets are American styled terracotta figures used to sprout chia. The chia sprouts grow within a couple of weeks to resemble the animal's fur or hair.
Dean: I didn't see any letters on Clayface.
Clayface is the alias of several DC Comics villians who are all made of clay and have the ability to shapeshift. source
Dean: One badass Hummel figurine.
Hummel figurines are porcelain figurines based on the drawings of Sister Maria Innocentia Hummel. They were first produced in 1935 and became very popular in the United States.
Zombie Nazis have become a popular sub-genre of zombies and have featured in video games such as Call of Duty and Return to Castle Wolfenstein, as well as in a number of movies source.
Although they weren't referenced in this episode, two of the four Indiana Jones movies are about Nazis trying to obtain religious relics to use as weapons. The link between Nazis and the occult has been the subject of numerous books and movies. In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Indiana Jones says, "Nazis... I hate these guys." which somewhat ties into the title for this episode.


John De Santis who played the Golem also played Freeman Daggett in 3.13 Ghostfacers.

Sides, Scripts & Transcripts