Supernatural 13x09 Promo "The Bad Place" (HD) Season 13 Episode 9 Promo Mid-Season Finale
Supernatural 13x08 Sneak Peek "The Scorpion and the Frog"
What did you think about The Scorpion and the Frog (13x08)?
What did you think about Advanced Thanatology (14x05)?
I’m interested in attending the December Con in SF,CA. None of my Fairfield contacts are interested in going. Anyone in FF, SS, or VV interested?
Will they ever address the alien question with more seriousness in the series?
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Am I the only one who has noticed that in Supernatural, God is a classic narcissist, and Castiel demonstrates all the symptoms of being an adult child of a narcissist?
- Never feel good enough or valuable enough
Excerpt: Okay, I know Dean is awesome , but can we just take a moment and appreciate Sam? I mean he does so many great things I feel he hardly gets credit for, and people often take him for granted! I\'ve seen a lot of hate toward him, and I don\'t understand why!
Disclaimer: I love Dean and I hope this doesn\'t come across as Dean hate. It\'s just most hate towards Sam comes from a lot of Dean girls (not all).
One of my biggest things however, is how when Sam does something great, they make it about Dean. While I agree, Dean definitely deserves praise, he has his own...
The two main reasons Sam and John were always butting heads by girl_hunter88
Excerpt: Let’s first set the background here Sam Winchester: tall, kind, caring, cute and very smart (did I miss anything? I think that about covers it). For this blog, I want to focus on Sam’s intelligence and how that carries out in his family life. Sam is very smart I mean he keep up his grade regardless of how much he moved around, he was in the mathletics, he went to Stanford, was good with Latin and research since he was a child. By any standard, you would say Sam is more than just smart; Sam is gifted.
It always bothered me that Dean said not once, but twice that he was not Kid. The first time I hear Dean say it to Jo on season 7 episode 4 (defending your life) it made me sad for his lost youth but it also bothered me I didn’t quite understand why. Then when he said it, again this time to Mary in season 12 episode 14 (the raid) I had the exact same feeling as before and I couldn’t understand why I had that feeling, until today. I recently posted a poll on prank wars and most of you agreed that it would be awesome to have them back on the...
I. Case History: Bobby is a white male widower in his late 60’s, has a mild case of sciatica, a long history of abuse, neglect and alcoholism. Morns the unique double death of his wife Karen. Based on family history he is at risk to suffer from alcoholism and it’s derivative (i.e. liver problems), depression and spurs of violence. Bobby has zero healthy coping skills and resorts to alcohol to mask his problems. Bobby does not display...
Hunter wears plaid it’s not because of its pop culture reference to Paul Bunyan, but it’s because of its durability and warmth. For years, flannel became a staple of the working man for the benefits it provided and it is those benefits that the hunters want and need.
So hunter learned to layer on clothing so that they adapt to the weather.
During Ketch’s raid of the bunker in the “memory remains”, he questioned how many flannel shirts Dean had, which made me wonder why he particularly wears more plaid flannel that Sam.
Most villains call Sam, Sammy for psychological reason. They do it to create a feeling of smallness and inadequacy.
Sam although very self-reliant he tends to fall back as most people do when they reunite with family into their family roles. Sam being the youngest in the family has always had to follow directions most of the time begrudgingly ( ). Because of that being called, Sammy by villains puts him in two different mindsets:
1) Small: So when villains called him Sammy it remind him of that time of the time when he didn’t have...
Excerpt: John Winchester, is pretty much like Dumbledore in this fandom. His curse was that he understood too much. he was too wise, too broken and too strong.
Everyone keep saying that John was a bad father because he introduced his sons into this life. but guess what?! he didn\'t! he didn\'t introduced them to this life, they were already a part of this life. They were meant to be.
As that Cupid said, It was a big deal getting Mary and John to fall in love so that Sam and Dean are born to be Lucifer and Micheal\'s vessels to fulfill destiny of this world, the apocalypse, God\'s...
Excerpt: 1. Kripke’s original concept was a series which centered around a pair of reporters who travel across the country investigating urban legends for a newspaper column. In fact, the series wouldn’t have even been named Supernatural – early drafts were written under the title Unnatural.
2. In the original draft of the Supernatural pilot, Kripke’s plan was for the brothers to find their dad dead on the ceiling – not their mom!
3. The truth is that Ackles initially auditioned for the role of Sam Winchester, not Dean! As it turns out, it wasn’t until Padalecki...
Supernatural - Episode 13.09 - The Bad Place - Press Release
Supernatural - Episode 13.08 - The Scorpion and the Frog - Press Release
is the first guy murder victim of the painting in season 1 ep. 19 the same evil warlock in the episode where dean said he was a wicken from Detroit that fought the cop warlock in the end
a comment was made to the answer: Obviously it's a matter of opinion. But I think it's Sam. His smile is gorgeous! Whenever I see him smile I can't help but smile too, but we don't...
an answer was added to this question: Who has a better smile.
When Dean said, "They do know we're brothers, right?" What did Sam respond with?