Why: Picking one for season seven is really hard! To be honest, very few of the episodes in this season make me gush, let alone inspire me to watch over again. "The Girl With The Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo" comes very close, as does "Reading Is Fundamental." My favorite episode of this season is "Hello, Cruel World," but given the fact that many list that one to be one if not the season's best, it's hardly a hidden gem.
I don't know how many of you saw the film that inspired "Slash Fiction," aka "Pulp Fiction," but I love that film. I was able though to look past all the gory violence, the graphic perversion, and the completely sick and wrong attitudes of these people as things happen like accidentally overdosing on drugs or getting their brains blown out when the car hits a bump. When you look past all that, it's an extremely entertaining film.
Same with this episode. Once you got past the fact that copies of our beloved heroes were tragically mowing down innocents in a tear across the country, it's a very entertaining episode. Action packed, loaded with humor, hang on to the edge of your seat moments, and some really heartbreaking brotherly drama just to remind that this is indeed a Supernatural episode. It's a perfect way to introduce a cynical, wise-cracking, very paranoid bastard in Frank Deveraux. We FINALLY got a funny brotherly scene for the ages, all because of Dean's closet love for Air Supply. Also, for once, the good guys got a win. Considering there is hardly any of that in seasons six and seven, it's just something you want to cling onto for dear life. Yes, I can look past the dramatic ending, just because Sam and Dean parted in front of a Chevette equivalent (Acadian). Talk about new lows.
Those are my choices. Your turn! What are your hidden gems from each season and why? There's no wrong answer! Just plenty of fun.
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