This week’s episode was written by the duo and focused on Lucifer’s rise and fall to political power. The episode begins with a news report of a billionaire’s death as we journey through the halls of a church.
After 11 seasons, it’s hard to believe that anything else can be done with Sam, Dean, Castiel, Crowley, etc. that hasn’t already been done. After 240+ episodes, the chances of rinse, lather and repeat are very high, yet we watch anyway. So, why create a Season 12 Wish List?
Mediocre. Pardon me? Oh, you came here to read more than that? An adequate, perfectly descriptive one word review doesn’t suffice? Fine, I’ll elaborate. It didn’t suck. How about that? Yeah, didn’t think that would work either. Fine, but you know what happens when I have to analyze a Brad and…
Whew! What a relief. I was really starting to think that “Supernatural” had forgotten what it was truly about. Thank you John Bring and Phil Sgriccia for reminding everyone. While I’m not going to go as far as calling “The Memory Remains” a series classic or even a totally brilliant hour, it was a…
“Well, maybe we should focus on the case and less of the Dr. Phil crap,” Dean retorts to Sam at the morgue. And yet, the case itself reflects the real problem the Winchesters have in “American Nightmare”: the inability or unwillingness to talk.