There are two kinds of great dramatic Supernatural episodes: those that deal with the Winchester family dynamic and those that deal with the Apocalypse mythology. This week's episode, "The Song Remains the Same," combines the two for an episode that will make you laugh, cheer, cry and drop your jaw.
In the episode, Anna returns from angel prison with a simple goal: kill Sam Winchester and prevent him from becoming Lucifer's vessel. To achieve this, she goes back in time to try and kill John and Mary before they had Sam, but the boys gets Castiel to take them back too so they can stop her.
For fans of the Winchester family, this episode has it all. John, Mary, Sam and Dean are all together, and for Sam, it's the first time he's really met his mother. We get to see how cool John and Mary were and it also gives the brothers a chance to unburden some of their bigger emotional hang-ups.
But seeing the whole family together is just one part of "The Song Remains the Same." This is a pivotal Supernatural episode for one big reason that will become obvious as soon as you see it, and in many ways, the final scenes play out a bit like the end of "Changing Channels."
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