Never trust Crowley.
It doesn’t matter if he’s high as a kite, mouthing off sarcastic quips or making light work of his enemies, the King of Hell will always be the King of Hell. Sooner or later, Sam and Dean will have to take Crowley out.
In this episode of Supernatural , called “Blade Runners,” Sam and Dean, with a little help from Crowley, track down the First Blade.
Signs of the Mark
Ever since Dean accepted the Mark of Cain, we’ve all been waiting to see what it would do to more
Mark Sheppard wins this round. He's a powerhouse and went from drunk and weeping to the King of Hell we all know and love over the course of the episode. Sheppard manages to make Crowley look like a badass even in his weak moments and makes the character more
This was easily the best episode of the Supernatural season so far. It was the funniest, and the most revealing. It wasn’t perfect, but it was a sight better than, say, “Devil May Care”.
We also get the long-waited Snooki appearance, which lasted a more
When Supernatural 's show-within-a-show Ghostfacers debuted in season three (complete with its own theme song, opening credits, and commercial bumpers), Supernatural had only just begun playing around with meta comedy and outright parody. The then- more
This week's episode of Supernatural certainly isn't subtle. In many ways it hits you over the head with a frying pan. The Ghostfacers, amateur supernaturalists Ed and Harry, are back, and their entire story arc in this episode mirrors everything that Sam more
A wise prophet once said, “The drama, the fighting? It’s stupid.”
And like many viewers, Kevin Tran’s speech in Supernatural Season 9 Episode 14 about Sam and Dean getting over their current problem rings true.
We all want the Winchester brot more