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TV Fanatic Roundtable: Supernatural 12.16 - "Ladies Drink Free"

Claire, Claire, Claire.  It seems that any time she pops into our lives, there's a divide among reviewers as to whether she brings any value or not.  Our set of "Supernatural" pundits at TV Fanatic - myself, Nightsky, Christine Laskodi and Sean McKenna - were a little divided this week.  Two of us definitely aren't fond of her (yes, I'm one of them) and weren't all that invested in her story.  The other two did give some analysis on Claire's plight, discussing the cure and her honesty with Jody.  Mick was a more unifed subject of conversation as we all reflected on how his actions will impact his relationship with Sam and Dean and the British Men of Letters going forward.  
 
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Here's Sean McKenna's review.  As you can tell, he's the other one that doesn't think much of Claire and focused a lot of his review on Mick.  I knew I liked this guy for a reason!
 

TV Fanatic Supernatural Round Table: 12.13 - "Family Feud" and 12.14 - "The Raid"

Yes, I've fallen behind with sharing our wonderful Supernatural debates over at TV Fanatic over the last two weeks.  Myself, Nightsky and TV Fanatic staffers Christine Laskodi and Sean McKenna have had plenty to discuss, both with "Family Feud" and "The Raid," so if you haven't seen the roundtables they will be worth your while! 

Read more: TV Fanatic Supernatural Round Table: 12.13 - "Family Feud" and 12.14 - "The Raid"

TV Fanatic Supernatural Round Table: 12.12 - "Stuck in the Middle (With You)"

Yes, all four of us pundits at the "Supernatural" round table over at TV Fanatic were pretty happy campers.  It was all good.  "Stuck in the Middle (With You)" gave myself, Nightsky and Christine Laskodi and Sean McKenna at TV Fanatic so much to gush about.  Only one of us didn't care for the style of the episode (hint: reviewer rhymes with 'blight eye').  All in all though, a bunch of happiness. 
 
 
Here's Sean McKenna's review.  He gave it a great 4.6 out of 5.0.