As I was looking for a way to pass the quarantine summer doldrums, I saw Entertainment Weekly’s list of what it considered to be the 75 most ‘essential’ episodes of Supernatural, leading up to Season 15. Since any excuse for a rewatch is a good excuse, I figured I’d not only invite my Supernatural "Team Free Will North Carolina" (TFWNC) Facebook group to join me, but I’d also recap my thoughts on which episodes Entertainment Weekly (EW) chose, which ones they skipped, and what was left out. Music plays such a big role in Supernatural, so I also noted which iconic songs were included and which were missed in the skipped episodes. Reporting on all that turned into quite the project, and The WFB was kind enough to let me share it here! (My snarky opinions are my own and don’t reflect those of The WFB.)
So come on the journey with me! Start with season 1, then follow the links until you catch up with us in season 11!
The list you’ve all been waiting for! The second half of the season eleven hits and misses. Let’s dive right in…
Season 11 was a year loaded with faces old and new; big villains, friends who became enemies, enemies who became friends and complicated journeys- some ending and some beginning. So what worked, what didn't and what fell somewhere in between?
Browsing the SupernaturalWiki site, I noticed that the motel room descriptions stopped after season eight.
In an attempt to fill the void and pay tribute to the set designers and location team, I offer this series of articles on season 9-11!
Browsing the SupernaturalWiki site, I noticed that the motel room descriptions stopped after Season Eight.
In an attempt to fill the void and to pay tribute to the Set designers and Location team, I offer this series of articles on the motel sets of seasons 9-11!
"The king who is situated anywhere immediately on the circumference of the conqueror's territory is termed the enemy. The king who is likewise situated close to the enemy, but separated from the conqueror only by the enemy, is termed the friend (of the conqueror)." — Kautilya, Arthasastra: Book VI, "The Source of Sovereign States"
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