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!!Body Count:

For this episode: 4 humans and 2 Khan Worms.

For the series so far = At least 1110 angels, 1092 humans (of which 9 were witches), 179 demons, 62 vampires, 50 ghosts, 36 Jefferson Starships, 22 gods, 19 zombies, 12 werewolves, 10 hellhounds, 7 shapeshifters, 7 skinwalkers, 6 changelings, 5 djinn, 5 reapers, 4 dogs, 4 ghouls, 4 Leviathan, 3 Khan Worms, 2 Amazons, 2 arachnes, 2 kitsunes, 2 rugarus, 2 Thule, 2 vetalas, 1 cat, 1 crocotta, 1 deer, 1 dragon, 1 fairy, 1 familiar, 1 lamia, the Mother of All, 1 okami, 1 phoenix, 1 pishtaco, 1 Purgatory creature, 1 rakshasa, 1 rawhead, 1 shojo, 1 shtriga, 1 siren, 1 Titan, 1 wendigo, 1 whore of Babylon, 1 wicked witch, and 1 wraith.


In [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fayetteville%2C_North_Carolina Fayettevill, North Carolina]] a series of killings involving drained organs and US Army veterans attracts the attention of Sam and Dean. Cole Trenton comes along as well because the case involves a friend of his.

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In [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fayetteville%2C_North_Carolina Fayettevill, Fayetteville, North Carolina]] a series of killings involving drained organs and US Army veterans attracts the attention of Sam and Dean. Cole Trenton comes along as well because the case involves a friend of his.

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'''[[Recap/{{Supernatural}} Recap]] of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'''''\\
'''Season 10, Episode 15''':
! The Things They Carried


Written by Jenny Klein

Directed by John Badham

Airdate: March 18, 2015

In [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fayetteville%2C_North_Carolina Fayettevill, North Carolina]] a series of killings involving drained organs and US Army veterans attracts the attention of Sam and Dean. Cole Trenton comes along as well because the case involves a friend of his.
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!!Tropes appearing in this episode:
* FireForgedFriends: Cole gains a new respect for the brothers, and especially Dean, who he had always hated for killing his father.
* ImpairmentShot: The teaser is made up of blurry shots and darkness because Rick Willis' victim is hanging upside down while he exsanguinates her.
* OrificeInvasion: How the Khan worms pass from victim to victim.
* SoLastSeason: Unlike the Khan worms from "And Then There Were None", these aren't vulnerable to electrocution.

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