"Girls, Girls, Girls"
Series Supernatural
Season 10, Episode 7
Supernatural 10x07 004
Airdate November 25th, 2014
Writer Robert Berens
Director Robert Singer
Producer Craig Matheson; Jerry Wanek; Serge Ladouceur; Todd Aronauer; Robbie Thompson; Brad Buckner; Eugenie Ross-Leming; Eric Charmelo; Nicole Snyder; Andrew Dabb; Adam Glass; Phil Sgriccia; Jim Michaels; Robert Singer; Jeremy Carver; Pablito C. Tancinco
Starring Jared Padalecki; Jensen Ackles; Misha Collins; Mark A. Sheppard
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"Girls, Girls, Girls" is the seventh episode of season ten of the paranormal horror series Supernatural and the 202nd episode of the series overall. It was directed by Robert Singer with a script written by Robert Berens. It first aired on the CW Network on Wednesday, November 25th, 2014 at 9:00 pm.

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  • This episode is production code number 4X5807/T1318807.
  • Eric Kripke is credited as an executive consultant on this episode.

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  • Dean Winchester: I get it. That was your story. Look, man, I got one of those, too. Okay, but those stories that we tell to keep us going? Man, sometimes they blind us. They take us to dark places--the kind of place where I might beat the crap out of a good man just for the fun of it. The people who love me, they pulled me back from that edge. Cole, once you touch that darkness... it never goes away. Now, the truth is... I'm past saving. I know how my story ends. It's at the edge of a blade or the barrel of a gun. So, the question is, is that gonna be today? That gonna be that gun?


  • Crowley: So you and your half-wit pal threw me into the sex trade? I'm evil. That's just tacky.

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