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Supernatural: "The Man Who Knew Too Much" Review

Note: Full spoilers for the   Supernatural: Season 6   finale follow.   Another note: Looking for the review of part-one of Supernatural's two-hour season ender, "Let it Bleed"?   Click Here .   Written by series creator   Eric Kripke , " The Man Who Knew Too Much " brought both   Sam   and   Castiel   to critical junctures. While Sam was trapped inside his mind, dealing with his memories of hell, Castiel was making some drastic decisions in his attempts to win the civil war in heaven.   The episode began with a disoriented Sam running from police and finding a friendly bartender who was willing to try to help him figure out what was going on. While the Bourne Identity elements of the story were entertaining, it was a great twist when we found out that none of this was real, that it was all happening inside Sam's mind. I especially liked how the real world outside would affect Sam's dream, like night turning to day, and that the girl with him insisted that he was imagining things, that it had always been day. The truth was that Sam was imagining things - he was imagining the entire thing, including her.   Read More... //tv.ign.com/articles/116/1169839p1.html?RSSwhen2011-05-21_132000&RSSid=1169839&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ignfeeds%2Ftv+%28IGN+TV%29&utm_content=Google+Reader

SUPERNATURAL “The Man Who Knew Too Much” Season Finale Review

SUPERNATURAL  "The Man Who Knew Too Much" Season 6 Episode 22 – I think I owe part of the fandom an apology. Why? Because though I tried to put myself in your shoes, I never really, truly understood how the Sam girls and boys felt when the show kept putting their favorite Winchester  through all kinds of weird scenarios and changes. Drinking demon blood? Whatever. Soulless Sam? That was a great plotline! Okay so I guess now I know how it feels. Sure I’m a Dean girl from day one, but we all know I’m a closet Cas girl, too (okay maybe not so much a closet one since I announce it pretty much every chance I get). Now they’ve messed with my favorite angel and I’m struggling to figure out if I’m excited or heartbroken. The moment that Cas tore down Sam’s wall, I knew he was going down a scary road and wasn’t going to let anything stop him. When he did that, I actually felt betrayed. Like, personally betrayed, and I’ve never even met this guy. Even through my pain, I admired a show that could bring out such emotion in me. Read More.... //www.daemonstv.com/2011/05/20/supernatural-the-man-who-knew-too-much-season-finale-review/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+daemonstv+%28Daemon%27s+TV%29

SUPERNATURAL “Let It Bleed” Review

SUPERNATURAL   "Let It Bleed" Season 6 Episode 21 – You may be surprised to see that I’m doing two separate reviews rather than just one for both, but I felt they each needed their own. This episode’s story was so very different from the last one, trying to throw them together seemed just wrong somehow. In this one, Dean, Sam and Bobby are doing their best to stop Castiel and get a clue to go searching around in the history of author H.P. Lovecraft. But before they can get started , Dean gets a frantic call from Ben and has to listen while his almost-family is taken by demons. Read More... //www.daemonstv.com/2011/05/20/supernatural-let-it-bleed-review/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+daemonstv+%28Daemon%27s+TV%29

Supernatural Episode Recap: "The Man Who Knew Too Much"

While Dean was at the heart of "Let it Bleed," the second half of Supernatural 's two-hour finale mainly has to do with Sam and the Cas/Purgatory situation. In "The Man Who Knew Too Much," we find out how Sam's wall finally comes tumbling, crumbling down and what that actually means. We also learn, once again, how holding too much power is never a good thing. At the end of the episode, Cas reaches a whole new plane of existence. I'm still trying to process this development. I was pretty much stunned silent after watching the shocking moment that ended the episode... //www.tvguide.com/tvshows/supernatural-2011/episode-22-season-6/man-knew/192272?rss=episode-recaps

'Supernatural' season finale recap: Oh, God.

I don't think I've had so much trouble writing a Supernatural recap  ever . The problem? Well, despite there being two hours of material to cover, the final moment twist and where we left the brothers is so uncertain, it's hard to put this season into context. That's not to say that season finales need to wrap everything into a neat little bow -- in fact, some of  Supernatural 's best season finales left the Winchesters' world strewn about. But even those finales left us with major questions. ("Who will survive the car crash?" "How will Sam get Dean out of Hell?" "What does the end of the world look like?") This year, I don't have anything specific to ask. Simply, I'm wondering: Now what? That sort of bugs me. Castiel is God. Ellipses. Question mark. But while I have my qualms with the final note, the (two hour) journey we took to get here was pretty darn good. Read More... //tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/supernatural-season-finale-recap/

Supernatural Season Finale Review: There's A New God In Town

Speechless doesn't even begin to cut it. What. An. Ending. The first half of the episode focused on Sam and his efforts to put himself back together. It was an interesting idea that seemed to combine The Bourne Identity and Inception , but it felt rather slow in the context of things. While I think the previous episode, "Let It Bleed" did far more for Dean's character, "The Man Who Knew Too Much" did at least reveal what would happen if Sam's wall would break. Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/05/supernatural-review-the-man-who-knew-too-much/

'Supernatural' Season 7: Misha Collins to return as your Lord Castiel

In case there was any doubt remaining -- yes, "Supernatural" fans, our favorite feathery friend will be back for Season 7. Along with Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, The CW lists Misha Collins as a series regular for the upcoming season, which will begin airing on Friday nights at 9 p.m. EST (its current timeslot) this fall.EDIT [01:32 a.m. EST]: Though Collins was listed in The CW's press release, TVLine reports that he is not listed as a regular in Season 7. He will, however, return in some capacity.He's not the little angel on Dean's shoulder anymore, though. Now that he's absorbed all of the souls in Purgatory, Castiel is officially a God. We're not sure whether he's the one and only, or if there's still another God hiding out somewhere... perhaps looking something like Chuck? What we do know is that for now, Castiel expects Sam and Dean to treat him a little differently."I'm... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/05/supernatural-season-7-misha-collins-to-return-as-your-lord-castiel.html

'Supernatural' Season 6 Finale Recap: There's a New God in Town

Supernatural season finales are always a bit of a downer. There was the car accident in season 1, opening the Devil's Gate in season 2, Dean going to Hell in season 3, Lucifer rising in season 4, Sam going to Hell in season 5 and now, maybe the worst ending ever. I don't mean that it's not a good episode, I mean that it's a very bad situation for Sam and Dean. Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/supernatural/supernatural-season-6-finale-r-40413.aspx

'Supernatural' Season 6, Episodes 21 and 22 Recap (Season Finale)

The scope of the 'Supernatural' finale was epic. It was a showdown between not just the Winchesters and Castiel but between Castiel and his enemy, Raphael, and there was a contest between Cas and his former partner, the devious Crowley, thrown in for good measure. Two factions of Heaven, plus the King of Hell, with an added helping of Winchesters: Those are pretty high stakes. Yet given the titanic nature of these conflicts, why did the Winchesters' world feel so small when the two-hour finale was over? Read More... //www.tvsquad.com/2011/05/21/supernatural-season-6-episodes-21-and-22-season-finale-reca/

Supernatural Review: "The Man Who Would Be King"

As humans, we all get our crack at freedom. Some perhaps a little more than others, but the opportunity to make choices and decisions are a prime derivation of that autonomy. It's a good thing that a majority of us spend more time deciding what to eat for dinner rather than the upgraded version of choosing to make a deal with the King of Hell. Unfortunately, with Castiel's reemergence after Lucifer's drop into the cage and his burgeoning acknowledgment of free will, his script had been thrown out the window. He no longer had to follow orders and more importantly, he could make decisions based upon his own beliefs and understandings. Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/05/supernatural-review-the-man-who-would-be-king/