Supernatural Season 10

  • Far Away Eyes' Review: "Supernatural" 10.6 "Ask Jeeves"

    Colonel Mustard. With the lead pipe. In the Conservatory. Miss Scarlett. With the candlestick. In the library. Murder mysteries are always filled with secrets and misdirections that leave the audience guessing on the real identity of the killer. “Ask Jeeves” used the Clue theme as the perfect set up for the monster of the week. Not only were we left to guess who the killer was, we had to guess what kind of creature---ghost or something else? Throw in a spot the Clue weapon game, and Supernatural managed to make it even more fun.

    But it's more than just a fun concept. In the episode, we see the brothers doing what they do best as Sam and Dean leap back into the saddle after stumbling upon an old fashioned monster hunt---but when that monster is a shape-shifter, appearances can be deceiving. With the Winchester's luck, there's always more to the story. Supernatural takes advantage of these tropes to explore the brewing season story surrounding the Mark of Cain. Underneath the whodunit nature of “Ask Jeeves” is a sinister warning: that what is locked away doesn't always stay that way.

    Let's first look at the case itself.
  • Thoughts on Supernatural 10.06: "Ask Jeeves"

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    On the heels of the 200th episodes, a touching, endearing tribute to this amazing series; I truly had no idea what to expect of this 10x06. Having now watched Ask Jeevesthe only word that comes to mind is: awesome. It was funny, teasingly dramatic, classic and even managed to pull back around into a teaser of the overall plot of the season by the end again. The episode was full of excellent jokes and was a unique brand of humour and mystery style in which for Supernaturalto dabble – and they did so very well.
  • Far Away Eyes' Review: "Supernatural" 10.5 "Fan Fiction"

    On the road so far, we've had 200 Supernatural episodes. 200. It's a monumental achievement for any television show. And what a strange trip it's been. Those episodes have ranged from dramatic to comedic to tongue in cheek to downright bizarre. Some episodes have made us cry while others have left us in stitches---and some manage to do both. We've seen alternate realties. We've explored the Apocalypse and its aftermath. And yes, to quote Charlie Bradbury, we've had a lot of “meta madness.” From “Hollywood Babylon” to the “French Mistake,” to “Changing Channels,” we've seen Supernaturalplay with this form of story. “Fan Fiction” picks up that torch and takes the tradition to a new height. No show tackles meta fiction the way Supernatural does---and no show smashes the fourth wall better.
  • Gerry's Supernatural Review: "Paper Moon" - Do the Right Thing

    Adam Glass’s “Paper Moon” was a mixed bag for me.  There were scenes I loved and scenes that dragged on interminably. One guest actor delivered and one had a bland presence. Fortunately, the good outweighed the bad, because the good was Sam and Dean actually starting to talk. To each other. In complete sentences. Thank you Adam Glass, and, according to Glass, thank you Jeremy Carver.
  • Far Away Eyes' Review: Supernatural 10.04 "Paper Moon"

    Stand alone episodes have always been a part of Supernatural's landscape. They allow us to explore new creatures, urban legends, and folklore that fascinate our imaginations. They provide glimpses of our greatest fears---giving us insight as to what it means to be human. Stand alone episodes entertain and provide us an escape from the humdrum everyday. They can play with form or explore a hidden corner of the Winchester's world. But stand alone episodes can do so much more. They can illuminate some aspect of the season story. They can be metaphorical. Stand alone episodes can give us fresh perspective on the mythology. The monster of the week can stand in as an avatar for one or both of the brothers---as Kate and Tasha do in this week's episode. Supernatural often uses stand alone episodes as a means to foreshadow the over-arching season story---but in “Paper Moon,” we see it turn towards a potential forewarn---one that Sam and Dean must heed.
  • Season Ten Guide



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    Season Ten General Articles

    The Supernatural Season Ten Happiness Thread
    Ten Reasons Why I'm Cautiously Optimistic for Season 10
    Let's Speculate: Supernatural S10 Demon Dean!
    What Are Our Expectations of Supernatural's Season Ten?
    Supernatural Season 10:  The Road So Far
    Rank Em' in Five Minutes: Midseason S10 Edition
    Supernatural Season 10: The Disappearance of Sam and Dean Winchester
    Favorite Scenes from Supernatural Season 10
    Supernatural Season 10: The Midseason Bottom Line
    Supernatural Season Ten in Review

     

    10.01 - Black


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    Original Air Date:  October 7, 2014
    Written By:  Jeremy Carver
    Directed By:  Robert Singer

    Dean is a demon and running amuck with Crowley while Sam tries to figure out what happened to his brother.  Meanwhile, Castiel is dealing with his diminishing grace.  

    Preview
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    Alice's Review
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    Far Away Eyes' Review
    Thoughts on "Black"
    Nate Winchester's Remix

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    10.02 - Reichenbach

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    Original Air Date:  October 14, 2014
    Written By:  Andrew Dabb
    Directed By:  Thomas J. Wright

     
    Crowley notices Dean is becoming more and more aggressive. Dean tells him that’s the side effect of being a demon, but Crowley knows it’s something more - the Mark of Cain needs to be fed. Meanwhile, Sam is captured by Cole (guest star Travis Aaron Wade), an angry man who blames Dean for his father’s death years ago and wants revenge. Cole tortures Sam, hoping he’ll tell him where Dean is hiding. Hannah (guest star Erica Carroll) sees how weak Castiel is becoming as his grace continues to fade, so she makes a bold choice and asks Metatron (guest star Curtis Armstrong) for help.

    Preview
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    10.03 - Soul Surivivor

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    Original Air Date:  October 21, 2014

    Written By:  Eugenie Ross-Leming and Brad Buckner
    Directed By:  Jensen Ackles


    Sam continues his efforts to save Dean from the Mark of Cain. Crowley realizes Dean’s demonic antics are starting to cause problems for him in Hell so he searches out an unlikely ally – Castiel. 

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    10.04 - Paper Moon

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    Original Air Date:  October 28, 2014
    Written By:  Adam Glass
    Directed By:  Jeannot Szwarc

    A recent string of werewolf attacks points to a surprising culprit – Kate (guest star Britni Sheridan), the werewolf Sam and Dean let live. 

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    Thoughts on "Paper Moon"
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    Nate Winchester's Remix

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    10.05 - Fan Fiction

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    Original Air Date:  November 11, 2014

    Written By:  Robbie Thompson
    Directed By:  Phil Sgriccia

    When Sam and Dean investigate the disappearance of a teacher, they are stunned to see the school is putting on a musical based on their lives. Familiar faces abound in this milestone episode. 

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    10.06 - Ask Jeeves

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    Original Air Date:  November 18, 2014

    Written By:  Eric Charmelo and Nicole Synder.
    Directed By:  John MacCarthy

    Dean is surprised when he checks Bobby’s cell phone and hears a message that says Bobby or his next of kin have been named as a beneficiary in an heiress’ will. Hoping that means extra money, Dean talks Sam into hitting the road to claim their fortune. However, what they encounter at the house is far from a treasure chest. 

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    10.07 - Girls, Girls, Girls

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    Original Air Date:  November 24, 2014

    Written By:  Robert Berens
    Directed By:  Robert Singer


    Sam and Dean stumble upon a demon who is running from Crowley. Before they have a chance to shut him down, Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) steps in and takes things into her own hands. Realizing Rowena is trying to recruit and train followers in the art of witchcraft, Sam and Dean come up with a plan to catch her before she can do much damage. Meanwhile, Hannah (guest star Erica Carroll) runs into a blast from her vessel’s past, which complicates things for her and Castiel. 

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    10.08 - Hibbing, 911

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    Original Air Date:  December 2, 2014

    Written By:  Jenny Klein and Phil Sgriccia
    Directed By:  Tim Andrew

    JODY MILLS RETURNS — Jody Mills (guest star Kim Rhodes) reluctantly attends a mandatory sheriff’s retreat and is partnered with an overeager sheriff named Donna (guest star Briana Buckmaster) who wants to bond. Just as Jody thinks things can’t get any worse, a body with just strings of meat and skin hanging off the bones is discovered.  While the local sheriffs blame an animal attack, Jody knows better and calls Sam and Dean.  

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    10.09 - The Things We Left Behind

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    Original Air Date:  December 9, 2014

    Written By:  Andrew Dabb
    Directed By:  Guy Bee

    Castiel finds Jimmy’s daughter Claire (guest star Kathyrn Love Newton) in a group home and she convinces him to break her out. After she runs away from him, Castiel calls Sam and Dean to help find her before she gets in trouble. Meanwhile, Crowley faces his biggest challenge yet. 

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    10.10 The Hunter Games

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    Original Air Date:  January 20, 2015
    Written By:  Eugenie Ross-Leming and Brad Buckner
    Directed By:  John Badham

    After the massacre at the ranch, Dean, Sam and Castiel double their efforts to find a cure for the Mark of Cain but there is nothing in the lore that can help them. Desperate, Castiel comes up with an idea that Sam deems the “single worst idea I’ve ever heard.” Meanwhile, Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) continues to plot against Crowley, and Castiel tries to mend his relationship with Claire (guest star Kathryn Love Newton) who is plotting revenge against Dean for killing her friend. 

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    10.11 There's No Place Like Home

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    Original Air Date:  January 27, 2015
    Written By:  Robbie Thompson
    Directed By:  Phil Sgriccia

    Sam is scanning the internet for suspicious paranormal activity and comes across a video of Charlie (guest star Felicia Day) beating up a district attorney. Dean suspects she’s back from Oz and hunting on her own, assuming the district attorney must have been a demon. When they do find Charlie, they are shocked when she tells them why she really came back from Oz. 

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    10.12 - About A Boy

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    Original Air Date:  February 3, 2015

    Written By:  Adam Glass
    Directed By:  Serge Ladouceur

    Looking to get Dean out of the bunker, Sam finds a case for him and Dean to investigate – people are disappearing into thin air with only their clothes left behind. Sam and Dean suspect fairies or angels, but the truth turns out to be much more shocking – Hansel (guest star Mark Acheson), from Hansel and Gretel lore, is kidnapping people and turning them into their younger selves to placate the evil witch (guest star Lesley Nicol). Unfortunately, Dean finds this information out the hard way after he becomes Hansel’s next victim and reverts to his 14 year old self. 

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    10.13 Halt and Catch Fire

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    Original Air Date:  February 10, 2015

    Written By:  Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder
    Directed By:  John Showalter

    A ghost starts killing people through various electronic devices. Sam and Dean discover who was killed and why this ghost is seeking revenge on a group of college students but what they can’t figure out is how he’s doing it. With three dead, the brothers must stop the ghost before he claims his next victim. 

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    Retrospective Thoughts on "Halt and Catch Fire"
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    10.14 The Executioner's Song

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    Original Air Date:  February 17, 2015

    Written By:  Robert Berens
    Directed By:  Phil Sgriccia

    Dean, Sam, and Castiel deal with Cain’s (guest star Timothy Omundson) return. Crowley  and Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) continue to grow closer but when Crowley bails on plans with his mother to help the Winchesters, Rowena lets him have it. 

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    Supernatural Trivia

    Alice's Review
    Dear Jensen: The Triumph of "The Executioner's Song"
    Far Away Eyes' A Deeper Look
    Far Away Eyes' Performing The Story

    Thoughts on "The Executioner's Song"
    Visual Review, Part 1
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    10.15 The Things That They Carried

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    Original Air Date:  March 18, 2015

    Written By:  Jenny Klein 
    Directed By:  John Badham

    Despite Dean’s directive to forget about looking for a cure for the Mark of Cain, Sam continues to do research.   Dean suspects Sam is hiding something but decides to focus on a new murder case where they run into Cole (guest star Travis Aaron Wade).  The three team up and learn a Khan worm is infecting men and turning them into murderers.  Unfortunately, the worm makes it’s way into Cole.

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    10.16 Paint It Black

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    Original Air Date:  March 25, 2015
    Written By:  Brad Buckner and Eugenie Ross-Leming
    Directed By:  John F. Showalter

     
    Sam and Dean investigate a string of suicides committed by people with little in common other than the identical, grisly method of death – slow, self-administered disembowelment. All of the victims were members of a Catholic church and had recently given confession, leading the brothers to suspect the priest (guest star Stephen Daniel Curtis) is somehow involved. Meanwhile, when Crowley captures Olivette (guest star Teryl Rothery), the leader of the Grand Coven, Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) pleads her case to be allowed to practice magic freely again.

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    10.17 - The Inside Man

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    Original Air Date:  April 1, 2015
    Written By:  Andrew Dabb
    Directed By:  Rashaad Ernesto Green

    Sam and Castiel follow up on a lead about the Mark of Cain. Dean and Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) meet.

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    10.18 - Book of the Damned

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    Original Air Date:  April 15, 2015

    Written By:  Robbie Thompson
    Directed By:  P.J. Pesce

    Charlie (guest star Felicia Day) calls Sam and Dean to tell them she found the Book of the Dead which could help remove the Mark of Cain. The Winchesters race to her after she tells them she’s been shot by a man named Jacob Styne (guest star Jeff Branson) who says the book belongs to his family and he won’t rest until he gets it back. Castiel and Metatron (guest star Curtis Armstrong) take a road trip to find Castiel’s grace but they hit a couple road bumps along the way.

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    10.19 - The Werther Project

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    Original Air Date:  April 22, 2015
    Written By: Robert Berens
    Directed By:  Stefan Pleszczynski

    Sam learns that former Men of Letters, Magnus, once built a magical box and Sam sets out to find it in the hopes it can cure Dean of the Mark of Cain. However, what he’s not prepared for is the deadly alarm system Magnus set up on the box. When Sam opens the box, he puts both his and Dean’s life in danger.

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    10.20 - Angel Heart

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    Original Air Date:  April 29, 2015
    Written By: Robbie Thompson
    Directed By:  Steve Boyum

    When Claire Novak (guest star Kathryn Love Newton) gets a lead on her mother, Amelia (guest star Leisha Hailey), who has been missing for years, Castiel (Misha Collins) asks Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) to help her. Castiel feels guilty for what he did to the Novak family and wants to make amends by reuniting Claire with her mom. However, when they find out what took Amelia, they realize there is a chance Claire may not get her happy ending.

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    10.21 - Dark Dynasty

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    Original Air Date:  May 6, 2015
    Written By: Brad Buckner and Eugenie Ross-Leming
    Directed By:  Robert Singer
     
    THE WINCHESTERS MEET THE STYNES — Dean and Sam investigate a bizarre murder and realize the killer bears the same tattoo as those from the Styne family. Eldon Styne (guest star David Hoflin) attacks Dean and a brutal fight ensues. Meanwhile, Castiel acts as referee when Charlie (guest star Felicia Day) and Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) are forced to work together on the Book of the Damned. Crowley discovers his mother is missing and knows she’s up to something so he turns to an old enemy for help.

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    10.22 - ThePrisoner

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    Original Air Date: May 13, 2015
    Written By: Andrew Dabb
    Directed By: Thomas J. Wright
     
    DEAN IS ON A RAMPAGE — When it comes to the Stynes, Dean  decides to take matters into his own hands. Sam ( tries to come to terms with his decision.

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    10.23 - Brother'sKeeper



    Original Air Date: May 20, 2015
    Written By: Jeremy Carver
    Directed By: Phil Sgriccia

     
    SUPERNATURAL SEASON FINALE — Dean makes a shocking decision regarding the Mark of Cain that would change not only his life, but Sam’s too.  Meanwhile, Crowley and Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) face off and Castiel gets caught in the middle. 

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  • Thoughts on Supernatural 10x04: "Paper Moon"

    I don’t have as much as I usually do to say about this one. Fittingly episode 199 is classic Supernaturalformula: opens with a teaser monster killing, the boys catch wind of the case, adorn undercover costumes, interrogate and solve the problem. Paper Moon flowed like a season one episode in this way and coming off last week’s intensity, the familiar procedure was enjoyable to watch particularly when the MOTW storyline was more an opportunity for Sam and Dean to have an episode long heart to heart and just be brothers again.
  • Far Away Eyes' Review: "Supernatural" 10.3 "Soul Survivor"

    Disease has consumed the headlines in the last month---from the Ebola outbreak to the Enterovirus 68---and as a result we've seen fear and concern ratchet up for the nation's safety, security, and health. But our fear dates much father back. Our fear of disease is perhaps one of our oldest---along with a fear of the dark. Nothing is more pervasive than disease---be it physical, mental, bacteria, cancer, or chronic. It does not discriminate between the affluent and impoverished. And nothing is more dehumanizing. Once someone is infected with the latest malady, they can be ostracized, seen as the monster hiding in plain sight. Supernatural has played with this theme before---most notably with Croatoan and Pestilence. But in “Soul Survivor,” we see demoniacal affliction and fading grace used as metaphors that allow us to have a poignant conversation about the ravages of disease. Most of all, it puts a distinct human face to it. Each character represents an aspect of disease's effects: Castiel is the afflicted, Demon Dean is disease personified, and Sam and Hannah are the care givers. Through them, we can explore the emotional journey of disease.
  • Thoughts on Supernatural 10x03: Soul Survivor

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    Excuse me while I catch my breath, because intensity of this week really had some deep-gasp moments. The little bits in between the Sam and Dean interaction, for the most part, were kind of “meh” in this episode – but when they were on the screen - and since the boys were the majority of it – they were non-stop incredible. Lots of love for Soul Survivor.
  • Gerry's Supernatural Review: "Soul Survivor" - Shattered Lives, Broken Dreams

    I’ve given myself a few days to reflect on “Soul Survivor” and a second viewing. I had to, because my initial impression was so negative. Well, it still is. Not everything, of course. Jensen Ackles’ direction was stellar, particularly the stalking scene but really the entire episode. What interest I had in “Soul Survivor” arose from his directing and what the actors brought, which as usual was their A game. But despite all of that going for the episode, nothing trumps really poor writing.
  • Far Away Eyes' Review: "Supernatural" 10.02 "Reichenbach"

    The monsters, demons, angels---and hunters---that populate the rich world of Supernatural excite, entertain, and thrill us each week. But its what they represent that keeps us coming back. Dig deeper, and we can see that each one captures a facet of ourselves. They can represent our hopes. They can represent our fears. They can represent the best in us---and the very worst in us. Through their story, we can see and experience a version of our humanity that makes us think and feel deeply about what it exactly means to be human. Each character---and creature---stands in as an avatar for some aspect of the human condition. It can be our fragility. It can be our tendency towards destruction---of ourselves and of others. Most of all, they can be an avatar of our sheer resiliency. In “Reichenbach,” we see each of these woven together throughout the episode, giving us a completed picture.
  • Thoughts on Supernatural: 10.02 "Reichenbach"

    Okay, okay – week two here we come and it’s all about dark, dark payoff with a grin before the final blow is delivered. This episode takes each of the characters deeper into the mind frame that was established last week: why Cole wants Dean, exactly how twisted Dean is, Crowley’s wacky leadership and brotherhood fantasies etc. and it is fabulous. The real hat-tip has to go to Jensen though, because this Dean was balls-to-the wall crazy on a whole new dimension.
  • Far Away Eyes' Review: "Supernatural" 10.1 "Black"

    Marked by cataclysmic upheaval, Supernatural season nine culminated in massive earthquakes. Each one has reshaped the landscape forever. We saw it in the finale on every level---and now we're seeing its aftershocks in the season ten opener. As the earthquakes reverberate from the center, we see them ripple through each and every character on Supernatural. None have been left unscathed. The aftershocks we witness in “Black” focus on Castiel and Heaven, Dean and Crowley, and Sam. Each one has its own effect on the world---big and small---and each are to shape the remainder of the season in their own ways.
  • Thoughts on Supernatural: 10.01 - Black

    It’s been said a million times by this point, but nonetheless, the fact that this is season ten still blows my mind. Six years ago when I watched my first live episode, who could have imagined we’d still be doing this all this time later – and enjoying it so thoroughly?

    Okay, let’s talk about "Black".