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How readers rank Eric Kripkes top 10 favorites

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Supernatural creator Eric Kripke listed his 10 favorite episodes. We in turn asked you to vote for yours. Here's the results.10) "Bloodlust" We learned not all vampires are evil blood-suckers, and met one of Sam's worst nightmares: Gordon Walker.
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9) "Hollywood Babylon"Sam and Dean headed to Hollywood to hunt down some mysterious killings on the set of a horror movie. What made this one so funny were the numerous inside jokes, Dean becoming one hell of a PA and a Gary Cole cameo.
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8) "Ghostfacers" The Hell Hound Lair boys were back with a Ghost Hunters-type show, and Sam and Dean drove their '67 Impala right into the middle of it. Bonus for Sam wearing the birthday hat and the awesome theme song created for an atypical episode.
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7) "Crossroad Blues" The crossroad demon confirmed that John sold his soul to save his son Dean. The use of the Robert Johnson legend also enabled the episode to feature blues music over the classic rock soundtrack usually heard on the show.
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6) "Night Shifter" Sam and Dean battled a shapeshifter in the episode that introduced another enemy: Agent Victor Henricksen. At the very end, the brothers donned S.W.A.T. uniforms and escaped from the feds to the tune of Styx's Renegade.
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5) "Faith" Sam went to great lengths to save his brother's life, despite tragic consequences. Angel's Julie Benz guest-starred as Layla, a woman who taught Dean the true meaning of faith.
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4) "Devil's Trap" Sam and Dean exorcised Meg back to hell before facing down the Yellow-Eyed Demon in the form of their possessed dad. The cliffhanger from hell ended the show's first season when a semi smashed into the Impala.
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3) "A Very Supernatural Christmas" The Winchester brothers dealt with pagan gods who threatened to ruin Christmas. Meanwhile, Sam flashed back to when he and Dean were kids, and then ultimately gave his brother the final Christmas Dean wanted.
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2) "Mystery Spot" Sam lived a very Groundhog Day-type of existence when the Trickster forced him to watch Dean die over and over again. While much of the action was actually funny, it got scary when Sam turned vigilante.
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And collecting 38 percent of your vote....1) "What Is and What Should Never Be" A Djinn sent Dean to an alternate reality where mom was alive and he and Sam were strangers. He came realized he had to give up his dreams for the greater good.