Welcome back to the "Memorable Moments" series! For episode 13.04, "The Big Empty", I once again put together a list of what I felt were the best and most memorable moments from the episode. The list varies from episode to episode depending on what transpired.  I hope you enjoy it and share what your picks would be!

Editor's Note: Supernatural inspires each of its fans in different ways. I write. Others draw, create fan videos or write fan fiction. Bettina creates collages of Supernatural's characters edited together with images that express her interpretation of the characters' personalities or characteristics. I first saw Bettina's "Animal" themed art on Twitter. I thought it was unique and inspired so I asked if I could share it with you. To my surprise, Bettina sent me her entire collection! These are my personal favorites, together with Bettina's story and the background of each piece, told in her own words.


It all started with this one sentence back in 2005: “Dads on a hunting trip and he hasn´t been home in a few days.” Now it‘s 2018 and I've been a fan for 13 years. I can´t believe how time flies.

This time, The Winchester Family Business Short Attention Span theater takes on a very touchy debate between Sam and Dean!  

"We all lose somebody we care about and want to find some comforting way of dealing with it, something that will give us a little closure, a little peace.” ― Mitch Albom

Well you've got to give the show runners props for taking a chance.
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It’s a dark and foggy night in San Francisco. Humphrey Bogart and Mary Astor are…sorry, I forgot I was supposed to be watching Supernatural.

Thoughts on Supernatural 13.15 “A Most Holy Man”

This was an entertaining episode with a wonderfully worldly sense about it. There really isn’t any other way to say it: it had humour, atmosphere and interesting characters – and the best part was it was all about Sam and Dean together. Sure, it tied to our seasonal plot too but in due course it was our brothers working in step with each other and getting their individual groove back in the process. Along the way, some thought-provoking themes and realizations emerged as well that left the Winchesters in a far better spot than when we last saw them.