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I'm Going To Pretend Everyone Died At The End of Supernatural Season 10

Supernatural has had an amazing run. The first five seasons of Eric Kripkes monster-fighting show had a beautiful arc, and formidable storytelling chops, and the five post-Kripke seasons have had moments of greatness, despite an aimlessness bordering on ennui. But after season 10? Im done.   Read More... //feeds.gawker.com/~r/io9/full/~3/6RZ91aJfTGs/im-going-to-pretend-everyone-died-at-the-end-of-superna-1706055278

'Supernatural' Season 10 Finale Recap: The Never-Ending Story

The road so far during this season of Supernatural, particularly with the Mark of Cain plot, has been riddled with apocalyptic potholes, crippling angst, muddled plots and slicks with blood. The...   Read More.... //www.starpulse.com/news/Kira_JWills/2015/05/21/supernatural-season-10-finale-recap-th?ref_src=news_rss

'Supernatural' S10E23: My Brother’s Keeper

★ ★ ★ ★ ½ While the Dean last episode was despicable yet forgivable, the one we saw this week was a flipped switch. So cynical and insensitive that he gave John Constantine a run for his money, from the get-go Dean’s comments about the victim were out of line. He changed very, very quickly. Even though the personality change is jarring, it worked well to set up how much Dean was in need of the Mark’s removal. Dean did bring up some important points this time. Sam has been acting selfishly this entire season. In order to save Dean, the risks and sacrifices Sam has had to make reflect poorly on the good the Winchesters are supposed to be doing. Their fight was entertaining, although it still would have been better placed last episode, and the moment when Sam is finally ready to have Dean kill him is especially sad. While the tension was zapped because Sam’s one of the show’s stars, the moment was still uneasy. The Mark’s tying in with the Darkness was a nice shift for the series and a good twist, albeit it was never mentioned before, but it worked since only Death, God, and Lucifer had knowledge of it. Finally, the Winchesters will be facing another major threat. One that endangers the world rather than just them and friends. The Mark up until this point has been a boring plot device that led to some really great, but inconsequential moments. As soon as Death revealed the true nature of the Mark, things became much more interesting. The history of the Mark isn’t as interesting as the lore of it. The Lucifer connection wasn’t particularly exciting, given that any Lucifer reference is about three seasons too dated. Ever since the Apocalypse and Yellow-Eyed Demon were stopped, a new Big Bad has been needed. Instead of dealing with storylines that span across seasons, the Winchesters (and viewers) have had to put up with uninteresting villains and conflicts that are wrapped up too quickly or messily. Death’s death’s consequences may prove to yield some interesting moments later on. Just hope that the Reapers don’t have a civil war. Anything but another civil war storyline would be nice. Misha Collins and Mark Sheppard had an great scene together at the Crossroads, but their cliffhanger was devoid of any suspense. And it’s fantastic to have evil Crowley back. Rowena still does not have a key role as a villain within the show as of yet, but with all of the supplies she made off with, Rowena could become a very fun threat. With the Mark gone and Dean and Sam (and most likely the rest of the Supernatural world) whisked away by the Dark Curse —*clears throat* excuse me, I meant to say the Darkness—and the consequences of Dean and Sam’s actions may wind up being—in Storybrooke—an awesome direction for the series. Season 10 , the once final season of Supernatural , was a bumpy one. It took several steps in the right direction, and then took a few steps back. The escalating/de-escalating Mark moments didn’t help the show overall. With the Deanmon gone too soon to have any impact, the Mark’s lack of an impact throughout the season didn’t get exciting until it was removed. The cast’s character development, although, has been excellent because of the Mark, except for Crowley, whose transition back to evil-King-of-Hell-ness was rushed and, too, lacked any big impacts on the show.

'Supernatural' Season 10 Finale Recap: Is Dean Finally Cured?

Supernatural finales are never good for the Winchesters. The brothers get into accidents, die, unleash new evil or get stuck in dangerous places like Purgatory. In 10 seasons, there's not a single finale that didn't end with something very bad happening to Sam and Dean. Although to be fair, the bad thing only happens after successfully accomplishing whatever they were trying to do that season.   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/supernatural/supernatural-season-10-finale-56590.aspx

Supernatural Recap: 'Brother, I'm Done'

Wednesdays season finale of Supernatural posed a question we werent prepared for: Are the Winchesters so evil that the world is better off without them? (According to the fans who still watch,10 seasons in, that answer is a resounding no.) As the hour begins, Sam is still determined to rescue Dean, but Cas is worried [] //tvline.com/2015/05/20/supernatural-darkness-released-dean-cured-season-10-finale-recap/

Supernatural Season Finale Review

Dean makes a bold decision to handle the Mark of Cain, but things take a dangerous and emotional turn.   Read More... //www.ign.com/articles/2015/05/21/supernatural-brothers-keeper-review

Supernatural Season 10 Episode 23 Review: Brother's Keeper

Who knew the Mark of Cain was more than just a branded curse that made Dean trash motel rooms and drove him to be a dangerous killer? Supernatural Season 10 Episode 23 finally concluded the Marks storyline with a twist and brought Sam and Dean back together as a team. There was also a major cliffhanger. And me? Ive got a ton of questions.   Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2015/05/supernatural-season-10-episode-23-review-brothers-keeper/

Best 'Supernatural' Quotes from the Season 10 Finale

Here are the best and funniest quotes from Sam and Dean Winchester?s adventures in the 23rd episode of season 10 of Supernatural , ?Brother?s Keeper.? Also, check out my recap of this episode . Official Synopsis from the CW: "Dean (Jensen Ackles) makes a shocking decision regarding the Mark of Cain that would change not only his life, but Sam?s (Jared Padaleck) too. Meanwhile, Crowley (Mark Sheppard) and Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) face off and Castiel (Misha Collins) gets caught in the middle."   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/slideshows/best-supernatural-quotes-from-the-season-10-finale-17081.aspx

'Supernatural' finale recap: 'Brother's Keeper'

Sam's attempts to rid Dean of the Mark of Cain finally come to a head ... and things get dark.   Read More... //feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/RcsuFKc-2tU/supernatural-season-10-finale

Supernatural: Let's Talk About the Season Finale!

Dean still has the Mark of Cain. Sam still has Rowena chained up in the basement. Sounds like a good time for a lunch date with the grim reaper.   Read More... //www.tv.com/shows/supernatural/community/post/supernatural-lets-talk-about-the-season-finale-143213930854/