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Thoughts on Supernatural 12.09: "First Blood"

The 250th episode! Who knew way back when the mission was searching for John and mourning Jess that this is where we’d end up all these years later? First Blood was a bit of a different flavor for Supernatural – but then a lot of season twelve has been about changing it up in that sense and it worked, for the most part. The action style, the approach of the feds and the emotions delivered well. As a 250th tribute to the Winchester family we’ve come to love, all the marks were met.

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Fan Video of the Week: Supernatural Reflections "All Along the Watchtower"

 

"Bad things do happen; how I respond to them defines my character and the quality of my life. I can choose to sit in perpetual sadness, immobilized by the gravity of my loss, or I can choose to rise from the pain and treasure the most precious gift I have - life itself." — Walter Anderson

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Supernatural Season 12: Rank 'Em in Five (or Ten) Minutes

It’s that time of year again!  Time when we take a look at the season gone by and through a series of articles scrutinize the hell out of it.  Or, perhaps we just have some fun.  This article definitely falls on the fun side.  It’s time to play, Rank ‘Em in Five (or Ten) Minutes!
The rules are simple.  Below is the list of all 23 “Supernatural” Season Twelve episodes.  Based on your personal opinion, rank all of them from best to worst.  The key is though you’ve got to do it in five to ten minutes.  The idea here is to get your gut reaction.  Once they are ranked you are done.  No extra evaluation or second guessing.  Share your results in the comments.  

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Mallena’s Supernatural Musings: 7.17 “The Born-Again Identity”

Hi, everyone.  The nice people here at The WFB decided to let me write a series of episode reviews, for your enjoyment (let’s hope that it’s not a horrible mistake). I’m going to pick any episode from any season that was interesting to me in some way, then talk about other shows and books that touch upon the theme of the episode. 

I felt obliged to start with my favorite episode of Supernatural's season seven, "The Born Again Identity".  I am the president, secretary, and treasurer of the Truly Unofficial Season Seven Fan Club.  I also bring the snacks to the meetings. We’re always looking for members - just let me know.

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From Their Perspective: Supernatural 12.23 “All Along The Watchtower”

My emotions!! Even days later, they’re still reeling. One minute I’m satisfied and happy and content; the next, I’m a hot mess and all over the place with worry and dismay. Supernatural's season 12 finale, "All Along The Watchtower”, delivered on so many levels, but it also took so much away. Naturally, I’m trying to stabilize myself by analyzing all that’s happened and might happen next. It all comes down to the people we’ve lost and what little, if anything, we gained. This finale wasn’t about the story, it was about the characters. In truth, the only “story” told was the birth of the Nephilim and the introduction to the AU world. Everything else was solely character driven. We had our four mains, with two recurring characters appearing, and one honorable mention. I want to take a closer look at each of their roles and journeys in this episode, and what the possible outcomes for each of them may be.

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Crowley, King Of Hearts: A Final Farewell

“Even when I lose, I win!” Beautiful and empowering words written by Mark Sheppard regarding Crowley and his final accomplishments in the show. As painful as this is to write, I assure you, it is even more painful to accept - but when has that ever stopped any of us? After all, Hell hath no fury like a fangirl scorned! The departure we were given in the finale left us gutted, angry, and confused. How do you say goodbye to someone who mastered saying “hello boys” so perfectly? I feel like no matter how hard I try to put my thoughts and emotions into words, nothing I write is good enough. To the characters on the show, Crowley was someone who was thought of only when needed most. But for me, he is someone who will absolutely never be forgotten.

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