Post your thoughts on tonight’s episode. Click HERE for a full recap or keep reading for my quick thoughts.
Check out these pictures from the December 2 episode featuring not one, but TWO returning sheriffs.
The title for this week’s episode is appropriate, as we learn that Dean is willing to make an eight-hour detour for cheap meat and hot ladies. Enjoy this clip featuring Dean’s online dating profile. And yes, his screen name is “Impala67.”
After more than 200 episodes, SPN is still going strong for the CW. Tuesday’s episode, “Ask Jeeves,” hit 2.54 million viewers. That’s the most since January and it’s actually the fourth most-watched episode in four years. It helps to have a solid lead-in, and The Flash is a big hit for the network, with its latest episode up from the previous five weeks, to 3.73 million viewers.
SPN is easily the CW’s third highest rated show behind The Flash and Arrow, and with this boost, it’s actually narrowing the gap between it and Arrow. In fact, SPN‘s latest episode actually beat or tied half of Arrow‘s episodes this season.
Check out these pictures from the next episode, featuring the return of that mysterious redhead from the end of episode 3.
Post your thoughts on the butler-filled 201st episode of Supernatural. Click HERE for my full recap or keep reading for my quick thoughts.
Enjoy this clip from the 201st episode in which Dean marvels at the flavors of individually-brewed coffee, reveals that he knows more about Tori Spelling’s personal life than you’d think and sets up the premise for the main plot of the episode.
Sam and Dean are about to meet a butler. Check out these photos and the trailer for the 201st episode, “Ask Jeeves.”
Post your thoughts on the big 200th episode of Supernatural. Click HERE for my full recap or keep reading for my quick thoughts.
I hope you’re ready for singing, because the 200th episode is a musical. Sort of. In these two clips, we see that Dean, after working on his car, finds a case at an all-girls school. In the second clip, we see that all-girls school performing Supernatural: The Musical. If an all-female rendition of “Carry On Wayward Son” doesn’t make you tear up, you’re not human.