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"Sacrifice" wasn't a flawless finale, but it was close.
New TVD spinoff The Originals leads in to Supernatural on Tuesdays, The Carrie Diaries moves to Fridays, and more.
There's always someone or something more powerful than the Winchesters and historically they've always managed to rise above such things, but for the first time in a long time, it appears that there might be something they can't beat.
I know I get grumpy about Supernatural's habit of screwing around for half the season before cramming an actual story into the last handful of episodes, and I'm still not ready to condone the practice, but I will say this:…
The parallels between Dean and Charlie Bradbury were more pronounced in "Pac-Man Fever" than they've ever been before.
This episode was an important one, but it was also such a train wreck that I'm alternating between being speechless and yelling the filthiest insults I know.
While "Freaks and Geeks" was ultimately the kind of not-really-essential-to-the-story filler I specifically said I didn't want in the wake of last week's awesome chapter, it did have a couple things going for it.
Fresh off of a trippy adventure in his own personal “Mystery Spot,” Castiel caught up with the Brothers Winchester when they invaded his turf in search of whatever was randomly killing demons in a small town.
Supernatural's tone can shift at the drop of a dime, from episode to episode, and even within an episodelike THIS episode, which was 90 percent standard monster-of-the-week with a touch of humor followed by 10 percent Winchester angst and that…
Plus: Teen Wolf has a return date, Kurt Sutter has a wacky new show in development, and Lee Pace has a new job.
Plus: Oscar ratings, a Supernatural favorite returns to regular status, and a Community star already as a pilot booked.
There's always one terribly awkward and vaguely problematic episode each season and I think we hit ours for Season 8 with "Man's Best Friend With Benefits," which sounded like a really bad idea from the title alone.
With the Winchester Mission Statement finally reading "Save the World AND LIVE," it seems that the series has turned its gaze toward the future... and the future looks pretty good.
Holy moly, it looks like The CW actually has a solid foundation for next season! But what about its other shows?
This first batch is based on much of January plus the first week of February.
Sometimes I forget that Supernatural can be a fun show and that not every episode has to end with a funeral.
This was the episode we’ve been waiting for, the keystone that ties the mythology of Seasons 1 through 5 to the often aimless wanderings of more recent seasons—and it managed to be completely awesome while doing so.
Plus: The Following is strong in its second week, ABC orders a pilot based on a Disneyland ride, and Jeff Zucker fires a lot of CNN.
It was nice to get the acknowledgement that Supernatural's writers didn’t conveniently forget everything that happened in the past few weeks just because this was supposed to be a funny episode. And it WAS a funny episode!
Plus: Word on a Doctor Who's return, Go On might be in trouble, and Touch loses a star.
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absent parent, apocalyptic, bromance, catchy soundtrack, demonic resurrection