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10. Little girls
Sugar and spice and everything nice? Um, not so much. In the world of Supernatural, these kids are definitely not alright, given Sera Gambleâ€™s firm conviction that nothing is creepier than a little girl. If you see one, run for the hills, because as Sera says, they are never good news. This should be part of everyoneâ€™s Supernatural survival guide. Sam and Dean unfortunately have to stick around, in case it really is a girl who needs help. We know how that usually goes.
There are very rarely exceptions to this rule: Audrey Elmer, for example, and I loved this precocious kid from IBTCAOF too.
â€œThe Real Ghostbustersâ€ gave us some obnoxious and creepy little boys as well, but IMHO theyâ€™ve generally fared a little better on the series than the girls; weâ€™ve had some pretty cool little dudes helping to keep their subspecies from total ruin:
11. Not so little girls
More from the Supernatural Survival Guide: Remember, if you see a little girl, run. If you ARE a girl, RUN!!! Those boys may be pretty as all get out, but there is way too much collateral damage around them. â€™Nuff said.
Letâ€™s say your significant other or kids are bugging you to get a dog. Say youâ€™ve got allergies and arenâ€™t really into scooping. Try making them watch â€œCrossroad Blues,â€ â€œNo Rest for the Wicked,â€ â€œAbandon All Hopeâ€ and â€œDevil You Knowâ€ in succession. If the hellhounds donâ€™t do the trick, show â€™em the Yorkie chasing Dean--insist that he really is vicious and dangerous. Add that heâ€™ll pee when heâ€™s nervous. Donâ€™t forget the golden retriever in â€œMystery Spot.â€ Do not be swayed by offers to name the dog Bones. Or Sam.