Dean went back in time to find the Hand of God and it was better than last week's episode, that's for sure!
Rob Benedict will return to reprise his role as the all-powerful being and Supernatural fanfic writer.
The Winchesters rolled into town when Claire called about a possible case; Jody was Super Mom.
Dean and Sam investigate some gory deaths at an old folks home and run into a fellow legacy. Luci takes Cas' meatsuit for a stroll in the park.
Supernatural's return found Sam still stuck in a cage with Lucifer. Dean was so thrilled. Not. Also, Crowley discovered the joy of POP figurines.
Plus: The future of The Vampire Diaries and The Originals.
We highlight a round of great recurring and one-off performances from this year.
Dean and Amara faced off while Crowley and Sam exercised some poor decision making. Oh, and Mark Pellegrino returned as Lucifer and all was right in the world.
Sam's imaginary friend, Sully, crashed the bunker in "Just My Imagination" when a bunch of his fellow imaginary pals were slaughtered and their charges were traumatized. There were feels and Dean was having none of it.
Supernatural channeled it's inner-Donnie Darko with a creepy bunny costume, kiddie diddlin', and apocalyptic visions. Sheriff Donna was there, too.
Cas and Metatron spend some quality time together, Dean and the Darkness have eye-sex, and Sam is apparently the only one who remembers what exorcisms are.
If it looks like Lizzie Borden's ghost and talks like Lizzie Borden's ghost....it's not Lizzie Borden's ghost.
"The Bad Seed" was one of those oddball episodes where so many of its pieces worked well on their own, but when pieced together as a whole, left something wanting.
Baby Amara's true nature is revealed. There is a body count. Crowley plays a priest and it is everything.
Dean and Sam survived the release of the Darkness, but killer road crews and killer angels and killer-ancient-entities-that-have-a-crush-on-Dean are (as usual) trying to change that.
Celebrating 10 years of saving people and hunting things... you know, the family business.
Things aren't lookin' so good for Sam and Dean. Or Cas. Or Crowley. Or the world really. Damn Darkness!
dysfuntional families, Supernatural, demonic resurrection, absent parent, supernatural forces