"The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time.” ― Mark Twain

 

Boy, this episode was a dive in the deep end. How reaching a breaking point can happen even to a strongest man. I mean if Sam ever drops to same state as Dean, I would be even more worried because he has strength to keep himself above the surface all times. Even if this was a case of the week, the word death fit for this episode. It connected to our Winchesters but also the entity that met Dean in the end. The episode was pretty grim all in all (See what I did there?), so I chose to compare our two Angel of Deaths, Big Daddy/Mommy grim reapers and Horseman/woman of the Apocalypse. Julian's and Lisa's Death are like night and day compared to one another.

The Boys Are Back in Town

(Probably Time To Flee)

EPISODE FIVE:

A mixed bag over the years, the fifth episode has offered a variety of options ranging from funny to sentimental to dramatic. Usually, episode five doesn’t forget to take a nod to the main plot with a teaser of information or a hint at something that will be relevant later in the season – but more often than not, it’s a pause in a serious and intense flow of events to catch our breath and be with the boys for some fun before it’s back to the action and drama.

 

"We all lose somebody we care about and want to find some comforting way of dealing with it, something that will give us a little closure, a little peace.” ― Mitch Albom

The Boys Are Back in Town

(Probably Time To Flee)

EPISODE FOUR:

The fourth step in a long journey through a season: not about creating new dramas or leaving us breathless with anxiety about what’s coming up. Instead, episode four has been oddly insightful through the years; not to mention the foreshadowing.

If you missed Episode 3, catch up Here!  

"Get a Room!"

By Wednesday

Supernatural’s Season 12 Motel Rooms

PART THREE

This article on SEASON 12 Motels/Hotel/Rented Rooms pays tribute to the Set designers, Property personnel, and Location team. Jerry Wanek, set designers, artists and location team enhance each episode with their painstaking creative visions and designs. The VFX team adds signage and details to create convincing, different locales. 

 

The Boys Are Back in Town

(Probably Time To Flee)

EPISODE THREE:

The third installments: emotions are high, drama is tense and the audience is being teased with a developing plot – here is one more twist in the Supernatural road early in the seasonal developments. What has that looked like over the years?

If you missed Episode 2, Catch Up Here

 

”Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” ― Harriet Tubman

I will get this out of the way because I want to do something different this week. The majority of this article will not focus on Supernatural that much, so I will start the article with the Supernatural fan video about Wayward Sisters. In "Patience", we got the first new character who would join the spin-off. I will continue the article with another show that has two female leads, and focuses on their characters the most. But before that, here is the first video.

 

"All the seven deadly sins are man's true nature. To be greedy. To be hateful. To have lust. Of course, you have to control them, but if you're made to feel guilty for being human, then you're going to be trapped in a never-ending sin-and-repent cycle that you can't escape from.” ― Marilyn Manson

Here he comes. Last of the Princes of Hell. Asmodeus' character in Supernatural actually follows his real life mythology counterpart fairly well, as you will see later. That is why it was pretty easy to get an idea for this article, yet still it is little bit complex. Because he is the demon of lust, I chose that word as the theme for this article. It also connects the story to the seven deadly sins that are related to the same word as well. I collected a lot information about all three princes from real mythology and how they connect to the sins. I also found two videos that fit and they are pretty great. There is one extra video about Jack at the end of the article. It was too good to pass  up! 

"Get a Room!"

By Wednesday

Supernatural’s Season 12 Motel Rooms - PART TWO

This article on SEASON 12 Motels/Hotel/Rented Rooms pays tribute to the Set designers, Property personnel, and Location team. Jerry Wanek, set designers, artists and location professionals enhance each episode with their painstaking creative visions and designs. The VFX team adds signage and details to create convincing different locales.