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== From the [[Pad of Definitions]] ==
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|title=Cujo
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|text=A horror novel written by Stephen King, in which a woman and her four-year-old son are terrorized by a rabid St Bernard named Cujo. The novel was adapted into a film in 1983. The name "Cujo" is frequently used in popular culture as a generic term in reference to a psychotic, violent or imbalanced dog.
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|author= [[Pad of Definitions]] ([[2.17 Heart]])
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|source= [[Official Website]]
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From [[2.18 Hollywood Babylon (episode)|2.18 Hollywood Babylon]]
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==Episodes==
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===[[2.17 Heart]]===
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:'''Dean:''' I’d say Kurt’s looking more and more like our Cujo
  
A horror novel written by Stephen King, in which a woman and her four-year-old song are terrorized by a rabid St Bernard named Cujo. The novel was adapted into a film in 1983. The name "Cujo" is frequently used in popular culture as a generic term in reference to a psychotic, violent or imbalanced dog.
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===[[5.06 I Believe the Children Are Our Future]]===
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The babysitter Amber is watching the 1983 horror film Cujo.
  
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===[[7.04 Defending Your Life]]===
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:'''Dean:''' So what, he causes so much misery that some dog goes Cujo on him from beyond the grave?
  
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==Trivia==
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* The film adaptation of ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0085382/ Cujo]'' was produced by ''Supernatural'' executive producer/showrunner [[Robert Singer]].
  
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Cujo

A horror novel written by Stephen King, in which a woman and her four-year-old son are terrorized by a rabid St Bernard named Cujo. The novel was adapted into a film in 1983. The name "Cujo" is frequently used in popular culture as a generic term in reference to a psychotic, violent or imbalanced dog.

Pad of Definitions (2.17 Heart), Official Website

Episodes

2.17 Heart

Dean: I’d say Kurt’s looking more and more like our Cujo

5.06 I Believe the Children Are Our Future

The babysitter Amber is watching the 1983 horror film Cujo.

7.04 Defending Your Life

Dean: So what, he causes so much misery that some dog goes Cujo on him from beyond the grave?

Trivia

  • The film adaptation of Cujo was produced by Supernatural executive producer/showrunner Robert Singer.