Choosing your top songs from Supernatural is a challenging idea simply because there have been so many through the years.  In her recent article, Karen said she picked the first ten musical moments that came to her, so I pretty much tried to do the same:  which songs and which scenes came to my mind when I thought of impactful music in the show?  

Hi, everyone. I hope everyone is keeping well and being safe during this uncertain and stressful time. With recently being 'temporarily' laid off,  I have found myself with more time than I have had in a very long time. Now with our show on an unexpected hiatus, I started to reflect on things that I love about Supernatural. One of the main things I've loved has been the music that has been used in the past fifteen years, so I decided to pick my top ten favourite music moments. This is the music that, when I hear the song on the radio or on my playlist, I immediately think of Supernatural and the episode it was in. With there being so many Music Moments over these past fifteen seasons, I chose my list by picking the first ten that came to me. I figured these impacted and affected me the most.  

Now before you read my list, write down what you would pick. What ten songs and their moments do you think of first? 

We have so much talent in the Supernatural fandom! Fans draw, edit photos and videos, write fan fics, create costumes or props, make jewelry and much more. It’s time to showcase the #SPNFamily’s talent and ask the people behind the creations some questions!

You may know her as CatCurl. She makes awesome paintings for the Supernatural fandom.
I had the chance to interview the amazing Catherine, aka CatCurl.

You know what’s fun about my reviews?  You really don’t know what my reaction will be to an episode.  Imagine how I feel watching it! 

Well, after a few weeks of frustrated despair, I must say, I’m pleasantly surprised.  I really liked “Destiny’s Child.”  Sure, I have some big quibbles with the loose rules on continuity, but I enjoyed watching it.  I can’t say that has happened in a long time, and considering this will be the last episode for a long while, I’ll take those gifts where I can. 

Well, I knew who wrote this episode without even paying attention to the credits.

Doppelgangers and flashbacks. Old faces and new souls. This episode had a lot happening, past, present and even future (in some roundabout ways) and yet by the end, were we very much different from where we began?

Time will tell.

The Morning After

Now that’s more like it! Supernatural's “Destiny’s Child” engaged the imagination. There was mystery, emotion and plot development. Granted, some of the new canon that was introduced to advance our heroes’ plights required a massive suspension of disbelief, but at least the episode mostly made sense and was super fun to watch!

The Four Winchesters 

TrustFund!Samuel and TrustFund!Dean (has the internet settled on names for these two yet?) were hilarious! I’m happy that the writers considered, of all the Sam and Deans in all the alternate worlds, at least one set would figure out how to use a rift to escape destruction! That wrinkle makes the alternate worlds more 3-dimensional and believable to me, far more than a universe unimaginatively named “the bad place” where dinosaurs roam about and young girls survive alone in twig huts. It is fun to flesh out a world where John revealed the presence of monsters and parlayed their “ghostbuster” family business into a Winchester fortune! That world also produced two characters that Jared and Jensen could infuse with outrageously funny mannerisms and personalities.