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'Supernatural': Unhappy father's day

If emotional baggage was bacon cheeseburgers, Dean Winchester’s life would be a lot sweeter. Heck, it’d be downright awesome. Sadly, it’s not. And as it turns out, his one-time comfort — non-committal sex with attractive women — doesn’t even provide solace any more. In fact, it’s downright dangerous. No, this week’s episode wasn’t about VD (they’ve gotta save something, should there be a season 8). This week, Dean’s escapades (with  Vampire Diaries  alum Sara Canning) produced a trouble neither brother had encountered before: a monster love child! (The woman Dean slept with was a succubus and they, apparently, go through the entire baby growing process in about 36 hours. Terrifying.) There could have been a lot of humor in this predicament, but a grim air has been hanging over Sam and Dean all season. So even the most outlandish of predicaments and cases hold a deeper meaning. This case certainly did. Read More... //popwatch.ew.com/2012/02/03/supernatural-react-deans-a-dad-slice-girls/

Supernatural Recap: The Slice Girls

The Winchesters deal with a monster of the week that hits a little too close to home when Dean's latest hook up delivers something unexpected. What will Sam have to do to prevent his brother from becoming one of the victims?  //www.tvguide.com/tvshows/supernatural-2012/episode-13-season-7/the-slice-girls/192272?rss=episode-recaps

'Supernatural' 7.13 Recap: Daddy Dearest

As "Supernatural" fans, I’m sure we’ve all faced the feat that is explaining the show to friend we’re trying to lure to the dark side. It was difficult in the first season, so add a few dozen deat... //www.starpulse.com/news/Kira__Wills/2012/02/04/supernatural_713_recap_

Supernatural Review: Dean, You Are The Father

It's interesting that " The Slice Girls " pulled a role reversal on a similar situation that took place during "The Girl Next Door." Rather than Dean making the decision to kill a "monster" that was emotionally close to Sam, it was Sam who was forced to shoot Dean's rapidly aging daughter and prevent her from killing anyone. Granted, Sam didn't go behind his brother's back to commit the act and it was seemingly done to save his brother, but I was certainly surprised that Sam didn't give her a chance. In fact, I was really curious as to how the episode was going to tie everything up because I knew that the following episodes wouldn't be about Sam, Dean, and Dean's daughter. The particularly dramatic proposition for the Winchester brother would have to be solved meaning she would either be killed off, sent away, or was really never his kid in the first place. Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2012/02/supernatural-review-dean-you-are-the-father/

'Supernatural' Recap: Dean's Daughter Must Die

Watching Supernatural season 7 might give you depression. There's no real fun in this week's episode, just a depressing, unsatisfying ending that leaves Sam and Dean as messed up as ever. //www.buddytv.com/articles/supernatural/supernatural-recap-deans-daugh-43800.aspx

Supernatural 7.13 Review: A Public Service Announcement About One-Night Stands

It only took 7 years of Supernatural for Dean's promiscuity to really have serious consequences (for some reason, it's always the women Sam has slept with that turned out to be crazy/murderous).   In this week's episode, Sam was eager to investigate a case that had a bunch of male victims who were murdered in a shower of blood, with their hands and feet cut off and a strange symbol carved into their chest. Always Use Birth Control Dean, however, wasn't too interested in the case and ditched Sam after some initial investigating to head to the local bar.  He found himself in the company of a lady (Lydia) pretty quickly and she was forward enough to invite him back to his place. Juxtaposed against their steamy scene was the murder of yet another man (that was pretty cool).  The next morning, Dean joined Sam at the crime scene, but noted that he had left Bobby's flask at Lydia's house.  He called her about it, but she brushed him off.  Why?  Well, she was massively pregnant. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/uR8_cPpiCjM/122095

Supernatural “The Slice Girls” Review

Tonight’s episode of  Supernatural   is called "The Slice Girls," which is pretty accurate, seeing as how the monster this week was a bunch of beautiful women hell-bent on breeding with successful, good looking  guys. Normally that wouldn’t be such a big deal , but when these women also turn out  to be Amazons who give birth to monster children who then come back and kill their fathers…well, that’s kind of a problem. Looks like  Supernatural  is pulling out all the stops this season . I mean they’ve gotten rid of the Impala, killed off some beloved characters (*whimpers*), married off Sam and now I guess it was time that one of the boys became a dad. And not just of a pseudo stepson, but an actual biological pop. Only trouble of course is that Dean’s baby is a monster child, and even when I was falling for her sob story (and boy did I ever, she sure had her daddy’s way of spinning a tale), I kept wondering what could possibly happen to her except what ultimately did. So I pretty much knew the girl was dead from the moment she was born but Sam carrying it out as quickly as he did, that was a bit of a surprise. Looks like Sammy’s learned a lot since his experience with Amy. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/02/03/supernatural-the-slice-girls-review/