Sam and Dean investigate a child going into a suspicious coma.
Bobby and Rufus worked on a similar case at the same home.
Both mothers from today and .....
...the past recount the same strange occurrences leading up to their child's coma's.
Sam and Dean go to salt and burn two possible vengeful spirits, but....
...find they had already been burned by Bobby and Rufus.
Knowing that it's not a spirit, Bobby and Rufus do further research.
Sam and Dean do the same.
Both teams finally realise they are dealing with a Soul Eater.
Rufus and Bobby find a way to trap the Soul Eater, however, Bobby gets pulled into the nest.
Sam and Dean find a way to kill the Soul Eater, however, Dean needs to be in the nest to do so.
Rufus is able to trap the Soul Eater.
And Sam is able to kill it.
While both are still in the nest, Bobby and ....
....Dean have a moment where they see each other before being released.
Rufus comforts Bobby.
Sam comforts Dean.
Sam and Dean investigate the disappearance of a newlywed couple, Corbin and Michelle.
They find the couple held captive in a cabin by Werewolves. During their rescue, Sam is shot.
As the couple and the brothers make the long journey back to the car, Sam's health is failing. They come across a ranger's cabin and seek refuge.
Corbin tries to convince Dean that they can't stay there and that Sam should be left behind. Dean won't hear of it and goes out to find wood to make a litter (stretcher) for Sam.
While Dean is gone, Corbin suffocates Sam and kills him.
When Dean returns, Corbin lies and says Sam just died. Dean is heartbroken but realises they have to leave and get to safety.
Once rescued by a deputy, Corbin tries to convince Michelle that everything is going to be okay. However Michelle is unsure of Corbin since finding out he killed Sam.
Corbin transforms into a Werewolf.
Dean overdoses on pills so he can make a deal with a Reaper to bring back Sam.
Billie shows up to reap Dean and informs him that Sam is not dead. Before Billie could take Dean, he is revived by the doctor.
Sam manages to get back to the car and contacts Dean to warn him about Corbin, however the signal is weak and they get cut off.
Sam makes it to the hospital in time to save Dean from Corbin.
Later, Dean tries to console Michelle but she doesn't see how she will ever get over what she has seen.
Sam and Dean head home.
"Don't Call Me Shurley"
While Metatron is looking for food in a dumpster to feed himself and his four legged friend...
....he and his friend get transported to a bar.
He finds Chuck there.
Chuck reveals himself to be God. He wants Metatron to edit his manuscript.
An inpatient God/Chuck is eager to find out Metatron's opinion.
Meanwhile, as Dean irons Sam's shirt with beer, Sam informs Dean of a possible case that may lead them to Amara.
During their investigation of the deceased, they notice the same virus from earlier.
Another victim of the virus arrives to give a warning to Dean from Amara.
The fog carrying the virus arrives at the town.
Sam and Dean help rush everyone inside to safety.
However, they are unable to stop the fog from entering the building.
As Sam starts to succumb to the fog, Dean realises he's immune and yells up to God. "Stop this! You hear me you dick!"
Back at the bar, a proud God/Chuck finishes his manuscript.
He gives the script to Metatron to read as he plays and sings a powerful version of 'Fare Thee Well'. A montage of events happen as he sings.
We see Dean hanging on to his dying brother....
when suddenly a glowing light comes from Sam's jacket pocket. It is the amulet. The fog disperses and everyone starts recovering.
Metatron finishes the final pages and looks upon God/Chuck with a bereft expression.
Sam and Dean head out, following the glow of the amulet.
They finally come upon Chuck/God who looks to the boys and says, "We should probably talk."
Those are my top favourites for season eleven! As promised, here are Nightsky's "Top 6 Favourite Episodes" for season eleven, in order of preference:
- "Don't Call Me Shurley"
- "Just My Imagination"
- "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"
- "The Devil in the Details"
- "Red Meat"
Nightsky: Just like season 10, there were a lot of great episodes in season 11! Supernatural was on a roll! My top 6 choices for season 11 were all in my top 51 ("Red Meat" was 51) favorites for the series, as ranked for the Top 100 countdown last year, if that tells you the comparative quality of these episodes. "Safe House", "The Vessel" and "All in the Family" were my next three favorites, still all within the top 100 of the series thus far.
Now it's your turn! Which episodes make your top 6? What surprised you, either by inclusion or exclusion, from my or Nightsky's lists? Make your lists now, if you didn't before you read our favorites, then compare to where the episodes fall in WFB's Ultimate Top 100 Hiatus Challenge!
Having fun comparing favorites? Keep going with season 12's list! If you missed seeing our earlier lists, catch up by starting with Top 6 Favourite Episodes, Supernatural Season 1! Each season has a link to the next season's list! You can follow along through the entire series, start with a specific season, or enjoy The WFB's many other Supernatural Top 10 lists, always available on our Tags Page!
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