It’s the season finale, guys—the penultimate season finale of the series. (I can’t seem to stop saying “penultimate”. Sorry,
Ever wonder what would happen if Supernatural did a crossover with the movie Pleasantville? You’re about to find out! Let’s
So okay, nothing will ever match the perfection that was Episode 300, but I’m wondering how Dean is doing keeping Michael
300 Episodes from the little show that could, and I am laughing and crying (oh, yes, I am crying) just as hard as ever.
I thought we might get a break from the feels this week, considering what episode 300 has in store for us. I was hella wrong.
Both Supernatural and Michael are back, much to the fandom’s delight and Sam, Cas and Jack’s dismay. And this episode? One of
“I know what it’s like to see monsters. And I know that when they’re gone? They never really go away. Me and my brother—we’re
Dean’s in and Michael’s out…thereby creating an army of super monsters that don’t play by hunter’s rules. Where is he, and
The world’s on the verge of being taken over, with all of mankind at risk from the wrath of an archangel? Must be Thursday.
What would Supernatural be without Dean Winchester? In this episode, sadly, we find out, as the archangel Michael begins his