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17 Times 'Supernatural' Gave Us Sound Advice on Love and Dating

Supernatural isn't just about hunting monsters and saving the world, it's also a great source of advice when it comes to love . Here are some quotes from the series that double as words of wisdom just in time for Valentine's Day.    Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/supernatural/17-supernatural-quotes-that-se-58852.aspx

'Supernatural': 10 Moments Leading Up to Dean's Confession to Sam in 'Love Hurts'

Sam and Dean celebrate Valentine's Day with a good ol' fashioned hunt involving hearts being ripped out in Supernatural season 11 episode 13, "Love Hurts." After finding out that her husband Dan's having an affair with Staci, their babysitter, Melissa turned to a "white witch" for a spell to get him back. Unfortunately, the spell turns out to be one killer curse, one that ultimately leads to Dean telling Sam something he's been keeping from him. Here are the key moments leading up to Sam and Dean's final conversation in "Love Hurts."   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/supernatural/supernatural-10-moments-leadin-58840.aspx

Best 'Supernatural' Quotes from ?Love Hurts?

Here are the best and funniest quotes from Sam and Dean Winchester?s adventures in the 13th episode of Supernatural season 11. Also, check out my recap of this episode . Official Synopsis from the CW: "Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate a set of murders on Valentine?s Day and discover they are dealing with an ancient curse. Once kissed by the curse, the person is marked to die."   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/slideshows/best-supernatural-quotes-from-love-hurts-55833.aspx

Supernatural Season 11 Episode 13 Review: Love Hurts

A commonSupernaturalcomplaint, amongst both the fan and critic communities is thatthe show manufactures Winchester drama; that is, they pit the brothers against each other through secrets or some other thing. The Winchesters have always had drama between them, but its really ratcheted up since the sixth season. The issue is that these characters have grown and evolved and stretched so much, that its truly unbelievable that they would ever hide things from one another. Theyve seen the consequences of their lies, and should know better. But often times, they dont. They still hide things, until the very last moment before    Read More... //www.tvovermind.com/tv-news/supernatural-season-11-episode-13-review-love-hurts?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=supernatural-season-11-episode-13-review-love-hurts

'Supernatural' recap: 'Love Hurts'

A new case forces Dean to admit his connection with the Darkness...    Read More... //feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/Y_tj7rCzcgk/supernatural-season-11-episode-13

Supernatural Season 11 Episode 13 Review: Love Hurts

Did the Supernatural writers watch the 2014 horror movie It Follows? In that film, a curse is transmitted through sex, and a supernatural being will hunt down and kill the person who the curse was passed onto and then back on down the line. Supernatural Season 11 Episode 13 involved a curse passed on through a kiss and a supernatural being that would hunt the receivers of said kiss, before going back to the start.    Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2016/02/supernatural-season-11-episode-13-review-love-hurts/

'Supernatural' Recap: Dean Gets the Kiss of Death

Did you see the horror movie It Follows ? The Supernatural writers clearly did, with an homeage/rip-off of the concept in the film. In the movie, a monster that can take the form of anyone slowly follows a person until it kills them. However, the curse can be transmitted to someone else by having sex with them.    Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/supernatural/supernatural-recap-dean-gets-t-58831.aspx

Supernatural: Did "Love Hurts" Set Your Heart Aflutter?

GORE AND HICKEYS. HICKEYS AND GORE. Dean and Sam hunt a V-day curse and celebrate "unattached drifter Christmas" with the usual angst and man-sluttiness.    Read More... //www.tv.com/shows/supernatural/community/post/supernatural-did-love-hurts-set-your-heart-aflutter-145515190571/

‘Supernatural’ S11E13: Love Hurts

★ ★ ★ Supernatural 's take on the "Qareen" didn’t bring a whole lot to the table, despite having some heart. "Love Hurts", by means of a monstrous plot device, tried to craft drama between Sam and Dean by outing Dean's attraction to Amara. It wound up being a useless move, given that Sam forgave Dean right away, but at least Dean keeping that a secret won’t be a storyline anymore. With Sam finding out about Dean and Amara, Dean's closeted conversation with Casifer almost feels for naught. Lucifer (possessing Cas) holding that level of information over Dean seemed like a plot point being saved for later on, but thankfully any rift that could have sprung up between Sam and Dean about it has been paved over. Considering how much experience Sam has with getting romantically involved with evil women, understanding Dean shouldn’t be a problem at all. The monster-of-the-week wasn’t the strongest addition to the series' lore, it wasn’t even the strongest plot device monster this season. The banshee a couple of episodes back served a far more subtle purpose, revealing Dean to be "vulnerable", and created more unique relationships between the Winchesters and new characters. A shape-shifting, heart-ripping magical STD, the Qareen was a little too similar to the monster from . Instead of sex, this monster is passed around with as little as a kiss. In It Follows , the monster can change into whomever it pleases, creating a high level of paranoia among characters who are unable to tell the difference (at first) between regular people on the street and the monster stalking them to the ends of the Earth. Like the Qareen, it walks to the victim and will follow them until they are dead. Both of them can be inflicted onto someone else, though the Qareen is easier to do and spot in a crowd. The Qareen, since it kills people you kiss, took the form of the recently deceased, giving it away quickly. So the paranoia present in It Follows was traded off for a quick way to out Dean’s desire to be with Amara. The case itself had some holes. The biggest of witch — sorry which, was the witch’s motives. Sick and tired of hearing wives moan about their cheating husbands, she decided to get revenge against everyone involved? Not only is it a superficial explanation to handing out a death curse to gullible housewives, but it detracts from her righteousness. Squeezing in some last minute sympathy for her could have left a stronger impact for an otherwise boring character. Spells are always welcome on the show, but this witch needed far more than that to be worth being behind it all. While a bland entry to the season, this Valentine’s Day episode had some cute moments. Dean’s talk with Sam at the end settled the entire Amara/Dean secret business. There were also a couple of inconsistencies here and there. Like how did that wife know where Sam and Dean were staying and how did the witch know they were pretending to be FBI? "Love Hurts" may not have pulled at heartstrings the same way that banshee episode could, but it’s a nice Valentine’s episode to add to the series. div.post p { text­align: justify; }