Sam, Dean and Cas are in the world of Scooby Doo! Dean is hitting on Daphne. People are being stalked by mysterious glowing figures. It looks like Sam becomes a mysterious glowing figure. Dean wears a really big red tie, or maybe an ascot? This episode looks like a lot of fun. What do you think about these pictures? Let us know in the comments or in the discussion thread for episode 16.
The synopsis for Supernatural season 13 episode 17.
“The Thing” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET)
TRUST NO ONE – Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) continue to collect the pieces necessary to open a rift to the other world in order to save their family. Their latest quest leads them to a Men of Letters bunker from the 1920s and a hungry God from another dimension. Meanwhile, Ketch (guest star David Hayden-Jones) makes a shocking decision about Gabriel (guest star Richard Speight Jr.) after an unruly encounter with Asmodeus (guest star Jeffrey Vincent Parise). John Showalter directed the episode written by Davy Perez (#1316). Original airdate 4/5/2018.
So we get a new MOL bunker. How exciting! Is the hungry God from the Apocalypse AU, from Kaia's Bad Place AU, or have we found an entirely new AU? What is the shocking decision Ketch makes about Gabriel? Are Ketch and Asmodeus about to fall out? Give us your thoughts in the comments or in the discussion thread for episode 17.
The official Press Release for Supernatural Season 13 episode 16.
SUPERNATURAL 13.16 “Scoobynatural”: Sam (Jared Padalecki), Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Castiel (Misha Collins) are transported into the animated world of Scooby Doo where they join forces with the Scooby gang to solve a ghostly mystery. Robert Singer directed the episode written by Jim Krieg & Jeremy Adams.
We have an early sneak peek for this week's episode of Supernatural.
Cas is working with the boys and wants them to find Lucifer. Donatello is working on the spell. What do you think of this sneak peek? Let us know in the comments or in the discussion thread for episode 14.
“Supernatural” revealed that Bobby (Jim Beaver) was still alive in the apocalypse world at the end of the 12th season of the CW series. He was a gruffer, more militant version of the man the audience knew as a surrogate uncle to Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki), but he had the same “kick it in the a–” attitude that has been key to hunting.