"I’ve heard the name before: Anubis. An Egyptian name. The name of a god. The god of the dead.” ― Kate Rooper

I have always been fascinated by old gods, whether Egyptian, Greek, Norse etc. and Supernatural has had a pile of those. It has had pagan gods, Egyptian gods and also Norse demi gods. The most that we have had in 13 seasons are the Greek gods. That is why I chose God and gods as a word and used that to find a fan video of the week.

The Boys Are Back in Town

(Probably Time To Flee)

EPISODE SIXTEEN:

Exciting, dramatic, sad or funny – episode sixteen has been everything over the years. And while it marks the two-thirds way through the season and has certainly served up some phenomenal and memorable episodes, it hasn’t been a particularly key episode in the plot over the thirteen years – with a few exceptions of course.

ThrillerNatural – Happy Halloween!

"Darkness falls across the land, The midnight hour is close at hand

Creatures crawl in search of blood, To terrorize your neighborhood

And whosoever shall be found, Without the soul for getting down

Must stand and face the hounds of hell, And rot inside a corpse’s shell

The foulest stench is in the air, The funk of forty thousand years

And grizzly ghouls from every tomb, Are closing in to seal your doom

And though you fight to stay alive, Your body starts to shiver

For no mere mortal can resist, The evil of the Thriller” ― Rob Temperton

 

It is time for some ghost stories and a special fan video of the week! I am so glad that this year we finally got another real Halloween episode on Supernatural. Will we get a Christmas one too? The stories I chose are really famous urban legends in my country. The stories are spiced up a little by me.

I’m just not sure what it is when they do a “Wayward Sisters” themed episode.  The storylines are there, the actors are there, but there’s something that’s not grabbing my attention.  This week was especially disappointing.  Once again, the episode came with promise and fell with a thud. 

Don’t get me wrong, “The Scar” wasn’t a total waste.  I didn’t hate it.  But it wasn’t remotely close to a brilliant episode.  It moved some things forward, created new mysteries, but fell on old habits that left the whole thing boring and predictable.  For me, it fell slightly short of serviceable.

 
 "All cartoon characters and fables must be exaggeration, caricatures. It is the very nature of fantasy and fable.” Walt Disney

 

I couldn’t wait to dive into this article. First, I knew that the fan videos would be different and fun this time. Second, it is always nice to show some new sides of the fandom. The word for this article is of course "cartoon" but in true Scooby fashion it is also so much more. We have a fan-made introduction to "ScoobyNatural" the video game and also we are toying a little bit with legos Supernatural style. I also found an incredible mystery that ties together Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! and Supernatural (or was it just a lucky coincidence?)! See what I mean in the trivia below!

The Boys Are Back in Town

(Probably Time To Flee)

EPISODE FIFTEEN:

Back and forth between faith and doubt, questions and answers, partnerships and betrayals; the fifteenth episode has a long tradition of teetertottering between which brother is most confident in the momentum of our heroes, be it their personal relationships, their trials and tribulations or the grand scheme of the universe, such as it is. Over the course of fifteen years, the pendulum of doubt has swung far and wide, every which way.

 

"The holy man, though he be distressed, does not eat food mixed with wickedness. The lion, though hungry, will not eat what is unclean”. Sakya Pandita

No, you are not seeing things. It is not the finale article, but still I have chosen “Carry On Wayward Son” as the focus of this article. It is not a coincidence if you read this quote from Father Lucca: “It's not about luck, son. It's about effort. All the time, I hear people saying the world's not perfect. And they're right. It's not. But do you use that as an excuse? Do you use it to excuse your own sins? Your failings and your laziness? Do you use it to give a bad man power, because the world's not perfect? Or do you work? Do you try and improve things in whatever way you can? Guys, the world will never be perfect, but if good men do good things, it can be better. Every day can get better. I-I'm sorry. I know I talk too much. I just... I just wanna go home.”  Now, isn’t that a cheer to “Carry On” for the boys?

The Boys Are Back in Town

(Probably Time To Flee)

EPISODE FOURTEEN:

Brother to brother in the beginning and later, with the expanding Supernatural universe, episode fourteen continues to remind us what the Winchester world is all about: family.

 

"We shall act with good intentions, but at times we will be wrong. When we are, let us admit it and try to right the situation.” Joe Paterno

In the last article I talked a little about good intentions and how they are pretty common for the Winchesters. Those are my selected words for this article. Team Free Will’s newest member Jack also has fallen into the same pattern. Most of the time he has had bad luck with his good intentions and they have ended badly, even killing people he did not mean to kill. Jack is like a child so every failure he experiences hits him harder, even resulting in self harm. He just wants to do good or the things he has learned are good. When it doesn’t work out, he gets more and more frustrated. The quote I picked out fits very well with this theme and also what you should do if things go sideways: “…let us admit it and try to right the situation.” The first fan video of the week focuses on Sam and Jack and on a few of Jack’s mistakes. The second video focuses on Team Free Will 2.0.