“Everyone steps in it” is how a fellow watcher dubbed Walker's 2.14 “No Such Thing As Fair Play.” And it’s fitting. Sometimes, even with the best intentions, people hurt those around them. You can sometimes make up your mistake quickly, like a few of the characters in this episode. Other times, the pain stays … or even grows. There is one character who actually “steps in it” literally…

Now that was a great episode! Tight plot, lots of action, plenty of close-ups, some twists and turns, stellar performance from the cast (as usual) and Jensen Ackles directing! There was a lot to love about this episode.

And a couple of things that sat wrong with me. So I’ll skip doing the recap, and run down the stuff I loved and the stuff I didn’t.

The big episode is here!  Okay, I'm not sure if this is going to be an important episode, but the Behind the Scenes photos are priceless!  Jensen and Jared and reunited again, even if it is only off camera.  It's still a wonderful site to see.  Actor and director, BFFs.  And did someone say Kansas?  Finally!  

Here is the synopsis for episode 2.14, titled "No Such Thing as Fair Play":

JENSEN ACKLES DIRECTS AND A SPECIAL APPEARANCE BY KANSAS – Cordell (Jared Padalecki) and the Walker family carry on with a day at the Rangers fair, but it’s not all fun and games when Cassie (Ashley Reyes) runs into familiar faces from her past. Meanwhile, Abeline (Molly Hagan) attempts to clear the air with Geri (Odette Annable) and Colton (guest star Jalen Thomas Brooks) tries a new approach with Stella (Violet Brinson). Jensen Ackles directed the episode written by Katherine Alyse (#214).  Original airdate 4/14/2022. Every episode of WALKER will be available to stream on The CW App and CWTV.com the day after broadcast for free and without a subscription, log-in or authentication required. 

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What happens when people are at their lowest? A favorite theme of Walker, is that no matter how bad it gets, there are those that love and support you. But to highlight this theme, the characters have to go through rough patches. And, of course, a character that goes through many hard times in this episode is … 

Lots of twists and turns in this episode—that’s for sure!

Once again I’m going to skip the recap and just dive into the stuff I really liked, and the parts that had me scratching my head.

300. That is a lot! By the time Supernatural filmed it's 300th episode, it was season 14! Jack had joined the cast and Jeffrey Dean Morgan came back for a touching reunion.

300 caption contests later, The Winchester Family Business is talking about Walker, doing retro Supernatural reviews, and still having a laugh at our favorite show.

When we celebrated our 200th caption contest, we chose winners based on the best captions for the 200th "CaptionThis!" game. This time for 300, we wanted to do a little something different, so WFB's editors selected the best and funniest captions from ALL the contests, from #201 to #300. Don't miss laughing, cringing or getting all warm and fuzzy with Alice's, Nightsky's and yours truly's favorites, whenever you need to lighten up a little! Then you, our faithful readers, voted on our 13 finalists to choose the top 3 prize winners! 

PRIZES: As a reminder, the three prizes to be distributed to the winners are:
It's Thursday, it must be preview time!  So what's happening after last weeks cliff hanger of sorts?  Let's find out. 

First, the synopsis of episode 2.13, titled "One Good Thing".  

NO GOOD VERY BAD DAY – While Geri (Odette Annable) does her best to keep the Walker family’s collective chins up, Walker (Jared Padalecki) and Cassie (Ashley Reyes) look for any clues to help Bonham in his hour of need. Ben Hernandez Bray directed the episode directed by Brett VanderBos & Brandon Willer (#213).  Original airdate 4/7/2022. Every episode of WALKER will be available to stream on The CW App and CWTV.com the day after broadcast for free and without a subscription, log-in or authentication required. 

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What happens when you’re pushed too far? This episode explores how being pushed to your limits tests your character. It also reveals the horrible truth that sometimes cheaters do win... but that sometimes good people refuse to lose their moral center, such as …

I have so many questions….do you?

Like last time, I’m going to skip the recap and go right into what I liked, then cover what made me go, ‘Hmmmm….’

The Good Stuff

Cordell Walker on a horse. Definitely a highlight of the episode.