TV Guide Reviews/Recaps
17:43 EDT, 17 Jul, 2012
Sam and Dean have to rely on a super genius computer hacker to get a jump on Leviathan leader, Dick Roman. Plus, Bobby deals with the ins and outs of being a ghost and trying to put a lid on his more vengeful urges. That's going to be hard considering he more
Note: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 7, Episode 20 of The CW's "Supernatural," entitled "The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo."
It's "Supernatural" custom to follow emotionally heavy episodes with lighter installments, but in the more
“Supernatural” has always been admirably diverse, but around the fifth season, hunting became a good old boys club. Granted, those boys were equal parts pretty and goofy, but I was still perturbed... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Kira__Wills/2012/04/28/su more
Supernatural has its ghost hunting stories down pat, its familial struggles played out to a tee, its humor so charmingly sharp, and the never-ending struggle of good versus evil illustrated perfectly.
And even as the show has been able to nestle into i more
There are many reasons I love Supernatural . There's the balance
between stand-alone stories and the show's on-going mythology. There's
suspense and comedy. There are strong emotional bonds between the
established characters and a never-ending parad more
There are all sorts of different Supernatural episodes that appeal to me. I love the big, dramatic mythology episodes where Dean cries because something happened (likely someone dying). I love the hilarious episodes where everything is just so silly. And more
Before I start my review of tonight’s Supernatural (called “The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo”) I just have to say that this was the episode they were filming when I was in Vancouver last month and boy is it fun to see stuff more