Supernatural Season 10

  • Promo Clip: Supernatural 10.22

    Here's the promo clip that for next week's episode.  I know that several didn't get to see it tonight, so we're posting it tonight.  
  • Let’s Speculate: Supernatural 10.21 “Dark Dynasty”

    Summary:  This episode was written by Eugenie Ross-Leming and Brad Buckner and focuses on the exposition of the Styne family and Sam’s quest to get the Book of the Damned decoded.  
  • TV Fanatic Roundtable: Supernatural 10.20 - "Angel Heart"

    Well, there was bound to be some filler to happen between now and the end of the season.  Myself and TV Fanatic's Sean McKenna and Carla Day were on the same page for the most part.  We did have some burning questions to answer, like what did we think of the Grigori, were we happy with the way the Novak story played out, what now for Castiel?  (I'm worried!)  

    http://www.tvfanatic.com/2015/05/supernatural-round-table-a-brand-new-angel/

    Also here's Sean McKenna's review of "Angel Heart."  He gave it a 3.9 out of 5.0, which means it did it's job, but let's go onto the good stuff. 

    http://www.tvfanatic.com/2015/04/supernatural-season-10-episode-20-review-angel-heart/


  • Far Away Eyes' Deeper Look: Supernatural 10.20 "Angel Heart"

    Supernatural began with the destruction of the nuclear family---and ten years later we see that theme continue with the Novak family in “Angel Heart.”
  • Supernatural Trivia 10.20 - "Angel Heart"

    Wow! Only three more episodes to go! While we wait, let's play some Supernatural trivia!


    Are you up for a little hunter's research?

    Here's your chance to test your knowledge and have some fun!

    Be honest with yourself! Rewatching the episode to look for the answers is definitely allowed.

    Give yourself one point for every right answer (We'll let you decide for yourself if and when you deserve partial credit for half-right answers!) Perfect Score this week is 19. Let us know how you did!

     

    Questions:

    1 What was the name of the bar that Ronnie hangs out in?

    2 How many times did Amelia come down the staircase?

    3 What was the name of the hospital that Claire was in?

    4 What type of angel was Peter Holloway?

    5 In what other Supernatural episode did actor Russell Porter guest star? What character did he play? (2 points)

    6 What was the number on the door beside Susie's Bar?

    7 What aliases did Dean use for Castiel and himself? (2 points)

    8 What was written on the side door of the taxi that Claire used in the ending scene?

    9 In which other Supernatural episode did actress Ellen Ewusie portray Sheriff Coltrane?

    10 What was on the sign for the shop next to Susie's Bar?

    11 What was the number on the billiard ball that was sunk as Claire entered the bar?

    12 Of what had Peter originally healed Ronnie?

    13 What birthday gifts did Dean give Claire? (2 points)

    14 What did Sam use to free himself from the handcuffs?

    15 What establishment was on the last post card Claire received from her mother?

    16 What birthday gift did Claire receive from Castiel?

     


    Answers:

    1 Susie's Bar

    2 Three times

    3 Tulsa Memorial Hospital

    4 Grigori

    5 He played Sid in "Exile on Main Street"

    6 Number 730

    7 Clapton and Page

    8 Tulsa OK 8539

    9 "Bloodlines"

    10 Lucky Star Steam & Massage

    11 Number 13

    12 Blindness

    13 A Caddy Shack DVD and a book The Enochian Myth

    14 A nail from the chair to which he was handcuffed.

    15 Curtis Motor Court

    16 A stuffed "Grumpy Cat" from Hot Topical
  • Thoughts on Supernatural 10.20: "Angel Heart"

    What to say about "Angel Heart"?As villains and devious concepts go, this episode fell considerably short in the grand Supernaturalscheme. Evil beings feeding on a humans while the human lives in a utopia mentally? Well, it’s wholly similar to the idea of a Djinn, first presented much more significantly in "What Is and What Should Never Be". Measured against that standard, an emotionally gripping episode on every level that catches you by surprise and uses the dead parents in unexpected ways to bring the audience to its knees? "Angel Heart" could never hope to compare and certainly didn’t. Having said that, the episode wasn’t a letdown or total write-off on a character level, so that’s where we begin from today.
  • Threads: Supernatural 10.20 "Angel Heart"

    Fans had very mixed reactions to Supernatural’s “Angel Heart”. Some were warmly wrapped in its emotions declaring it as one of their series favorites while others were bored to distraction. Personally, I liked the story.
  • Alice's Review: Supernatural 10.20, "Angel Heart" aka It's Serviceable

    Welcome to episode three of a three episode arc telling the captivating tale of wayward Claire Novak and her cross country (or at least the Midwestern) misadventures.   For those of you who read my stuff, you’re probably sensing the dripping sarcasm in that sentence.  Still, this won’t be a negative review. 
  • Let’s Speculate: Supernatural 10.20 “Angel Heart”

    Summary:  This episode was written by Robbie Thompson and centers on the return of Claire and Castiel’s mission to redeem himself and help her find her mother, Amelia.  
  • Far Away Eyes' Deeper Look: Supernatural 10.19 "The Werther Project"

    If “The Book of the Damned” featured an elegant duet, “The Werther Project” centers its story on two emotional solos. Faced with the formidable vestige of Magnus and the Men of Letters, each brother must confront the elaborate hallucinations that this Box creates. Through this, we can see Sam and Dean have to face themselves. For, while they may walk the same path together---the goal being to best the Mark of Cain---“The Werther Project,” allows Sam and Dean to see why they're doing what they're doing, what they have to fight for, and why they must keep going. It gives them time to confront their fears, their doubts, and their desperations. Most of all, they each have to endure this in order to understand why they must do so together. It's a conclusion we see stated explicitly by Dean---and it's one that may very well end up shaping the remainder of the season.
  • Supernatural Trivia 10.19 - "The Werther Project"

    I was relieved when Sam handcuffed Rowena. At least he's in control...for now.
    I do wonder if he will kill Crowley... or will he kill Rowena instead?

    So are you ready to play some Trivia?
    Are you up for a little hunter's research?
    Here's your chance to test your powers of observation and have some fun!

    Be honest with yourself! Rewatching the episode to look for the answers is definitely allowed!

    Give yourself one point for every right answer (We'll let you decide for yourself if and when you deserve partial credit for half-right answers!) Perfect Score this week is 18. Let us know how you did!

    If you need even more incentive to play this week, we are giving away another Kansas "Miracles Out of Nowhere" DVD/CD set to one lucky player! Congratulations to Trucklady, our winner of last week's "The Book of the Damned" Trivia!

    You have to record a comment on this page to be entered into the contest! It could be your score, if you thought the game was too hard or too easy, trivia questions you want to pose for other people, or simply "I want to win"! You have one week to play. We will randomly pick the winner on May 3! (Previous winners and WFB staff not eligible)

    Supernatural Trivia 10.19 - "The Werther Project"

    Questions:

    1 What was the year that Suzie's family killed themselves?

    2 What colour was the vinyl record that Brad played?

    3 According to Dean, how was Sam always looking at him?

    4 How did Suzie describe Sam to Dean?

    5 What was the date stated on the tape that Sam was listening to?

    6 What did Rowena want Sam to do for payment of her translating the Book of the Damned?

    7 How many 'Vamps' did Dean kill 'solo'?

    8 What was the number on Dean's bedroom door?

    9 What was the name of the laundry detergent used by Suzie's family?

    10 What was Suzie watching on TV, before her brother Brad turned it off?

    11 What was the name of the box hidden in Suzie's home? (this is the freebie for the week!)

    12 What was Dean's 'Happy Place'?

    13 Whose image did Dean meet up with in his hallucination?

    14 What did Suzie use to find the Werther Box?

    15 Besides Cuthbert Sinclair/Magnus what other Supernatural character/episode did Kavan Smith portray?

    16 What is the name of the restaurant that Sam and Rowena met in?

    17 Whose codex is in the Werther Box?

    18 What was needed to open the Werther Box?


    Answers:

    1 1973

    2 Blue

    3 Like a diseased killer puppy

    4 Tall white fella, pretty hair

    5 May 16th, 1956

    6 Kill Crowley

    7 Six

    8 Eleven - 11

    9 Fresh & Kleen

    10 Bugs Bunny Cartoon

    11 Werther Box

    12 Purgatory

    13 Benny the vampire

    14 A Sledgehammer

    15 The Gym Club member victim in "Time is on My Side"

    16 Betty's Bar & Grill

    17 Nadia - High Coven Witch

    18 MOL blood
  • Thoughts on Supernatural 10.19: "The Werther Project"

    Good intentions produce negative consequence: a running theme throughout this week’s installment. It is a hard learned lesson on any day, but when you mix in spells and witches and hex boxes, well, it’s even more complicated and gets even messier. "The Werther Project" served as an epilogue of sorts to 10.18. The details of the Sam-Rowena agreement were solidified and the elements needed to make that deal happen were all brought together. We had some solid emotional moments and a first-class piece of honest confrontation about our characters and their actions. "The Werther Project" was an enjoyable, character driven episode overall – so let’s dive into it, shall we?
  • Fan Video of the Week: Supernatural Reflections on Always Keep Fighting & "The Werther Project"


    Editor's Note: Supernatural often inspires its fans to express themselves artistically. Fan videos are one such creative outlet. This week we are excited to share with you an article written by a Guest Writer who found videos that emotionally reflect "The Werther Project" and the Always Keep Fighting campaign. We hope you enjoy this musical interpretation of Supernatural's most recent messages.---

  • Threads: Supernatural 10.19 "The Werther Project"

    On the surface, “The Werther Project” was a very dark episode. It focused on the ugly consequences of dark magic and the tragic act of taking your own life. These themes were very real and have dire projections for the brothers’ future. Looking deeper, though, this episode also offered a few answers and one strong beacon of hope that may shine a light through their inevitable path of darkness. What were its messages?
  • Alice's Review: Supernatural 10.19, "The Werther Project" aka Stronger Together

    Don’t you just love it when an episode focuses on both brothers and has a plot that equally exposes what’s going on inside those heads of theirs?  Even better, that both brothers are written in character?  Remember when that used to be a regular thing?  My inner fan girl is flailing in happiness.  See, that isn’t so hard, is it?  
  • Let’s Speculate: Supernatural 10.19 “The Werther Project”

    Summary:  This episode was written by Robert Berens and is a combination of myth and monster of the week.
  • Far Away Eyes' Deeper Look: Supernatural 10.18 "Book of the Damned"

    Just listen to the closing song for “Book of the Damned,” and its easy to see the lyrics illuminating so much of the episode's stories.
  • Thoughts on Supernatural 10.18: "Book of the Damned"

    Phenomenal. Truly, that is the only thought I had after watching this episode. It was 42 minutes and change of fully engrossing television and one of the best episodes this season has had to offer. From the opening, which started like a scene from a Marvel adapted television series with the darkened alleyway and hooded figure with blade-strapped back, it promised action for sure – but the emotion and genuine human drama was less expected. Both Sam and Dean made major decisions and traded something for another, neither left satisfied in the end but doing what they had to do and the journey to reach those conclusions, ah, so good but so hard.  Never mind that final scene which is almost an unspeakable twist – an oh so bad it’s good.
  • Supernatural Trivia 10.18 - "The Book of the Damned"

    Wow! I knew Sam was going to get desperate but 'Holy Crap!'  'Rowena!!!' 'EEEEKS!'

    While we are all holding our breath waiting to see what is going to happen next, do you want to play some Trivia?
  • Threads: Supernatural 10.18 "The Book of the Damned"

    Repeat after me: “I will not panic about the bargain that Sam is making with Rowena. I believe (i.e. hope) Sam will not do something cataclysmic with the Book of the Damned. I will take each episode one at a time. I am not going to panic. I am NOT going to worry about this.”

    Is it working?

    Yeah, not for me either.