Just the title alone tells you a breakdown is coming. Children, aka Sam and Dean, playing with dead things, aka Angela the zombie, who is going to open up a whole mess of wounds that were already festering. Bringing back someone from the dead? Of course, that was going to unravel a tightly wound Dean. Now the truth surfaces.
In this episode, we get another brilliant take on the Sam-and-Dean-in-grief saga, this time from Raelle Tucker. Her one-time writing partner, Sera Gamble, wrote the previous episode, “Bloodlust,” so the two episodes play like an in-sync-two-parter, and given the strength of these two writers, it's not surprising. I’m not going to call this episode as brilliant as “Bloodlust,” just because loser Neil isn’t as dynamic as Gordon Walker, and Angela is no Lenore. But the Sam and Dean issues take a different turn, and this time different is good.
Hi, everyone! I'm back with another top ten Supernatural list! This time I'm going with the most significant episodes and/or moments featuring Bobby Singer. I once again compiled my list by picking the ten memories of Bobby that came to mind first. I figured these impacted and affected me the most.
Now before you read my list, write down what you would pick. What ten Bobby episodes and/or moments did you think of first?
The Boys are back, AGAIN! Season 3 of the hit series received an early pick up and will be returning to Amazon Prime! The Boys' producers, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg made the announcement during their San Diego Comic-Con@Home panel. Exactly when season 3 will begin filming remains a mystery, though, as the producers acknowledged, 'it's anyone's guess when or where we can film season 3'! Eric Kripke shared the news on Twitter along with a season 2 trailer and the announcement that there will be a new after-show hosted by Aisha Tyler!
Editor's Note: No matter where you are in the world, you have somehow, at some level, been impacted by the social justice movement sparked in the United States in May of this year. Reflecting on the many messages of inequality and under representation that are a part of this social awakening, I heard two pieces of advice that seemed actionable to me. The first was to respectfully challenge the words and actions of the people in our own families and in our own circle of friends if those close to us hold onto bigotry, ignorance or small-mindedness. The second was not to stand up to the hatred, but rather to stand beside the threatened, so they don't feel so alone. We can't all carry placards down boulevards as part of a protest, just as we aren't all in positions to influence hiring practices or social conditions. We all have to find a way to slowly share the securities of our existence with those around us who may, subtly or blatantly, feel unheard, unwelcome or vulnerable.
As Supernatural website writers, our forum is talking about a show we all universally love.Consequently, I proposed to our staff that we specifically turn our attention to guest stars, characters, themes or moments in the show that might help under-represented groups see themselves in Supernatural, and be more acknowledged as valued members of our #SPNFamily. Perhaps our public showcase of actors' roles and diverse characters may also help the industry and the public (fans and non-fans) notice the contribution of under-represented groups to Supernatural's 15 year, record breaking run. Diversifying The WFB’s coverage is something we can do to not only support inclusion and tolerance, but go on record as wanting to see more of it.
Outside of this introduction, you will not notice anything different about our articles. They won't have political sub-text or preachy undertones. They'll be about Supernatural, like they always are. Each will be written in the specific style of the writer, varying between fan videos, character analysis, photo edits or any combination of the above. The difference will be that maybe they'll shine the limelight on those who may not otherwise have been seen.
My first Supernatural character tribute is to Dagon – Prince of Hell. The special thing about her was that she was the only female "Prince" of Hell. We only had a brief encounter with her, but she had a big influence on the overall story. She took care of Kelly and then, of course, she destroyed the colt.
On July 19, 1982 a future star was born in San Antonio, Texas.
His name is Jared Tristan Padalecki.
Yes, we are talking about you Jared.
Today we celebrate your 38th birthday!
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