This week's episode is titled "Boundaries."  So what's that all about?  Maybe this preview will offer some clues!  Can you say "confrontation"?

Here's the official synopsis courtesy of The CW:

BONHAM AND ABELINE COME CLEAN ABOUT SECRETS FROM THE PAST – When confronted by the Davidsons, Liam (Keegan Allen) shares an old land survey which could spell trouble for the Walker family, and Bonham (Mitch Pileggi) reveals one truth from the past while covering up another. Meanwhile, Cordell (Jared Padalecki) has news of his own he would like to share with the family if he can get the chance. David McWhirter directed the episode written by Geri Carillo (#211).  Original airdate 3/10/2022. 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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Sometimes, one needs a nudge, or more of a shove, in the right direction. This episode was all about change, and that because it can be so hard, people need others who can push them in the right direction - or at least forward. People can both nudge others and be pushed themselves, and the one doing the most of both this episode is…

Another solid episode. I’m hoping this means that the writing team for Walker has found its stride. Lots of action, some character development and plot progression, along with unanswered questions and minimal teenager distraction. "Nudge" is a strong addition, aside from a few things that made me go ‘hmmm’.

I’m going to group my comments by character(s) rather than chronologically so I can organize my thoughts about what happened.

300 Supernatural "Caption This" games! It's amazing that Nate and The WFBFamily have been teaming together for seven years to imagine what could have, should have, or forever will be the perfect commentary on Supernatural's unsuspecting moments! Nate's first "Caption This" challenge appeared on The WFB in July of 2015. Before him, Karen, Alice and a former team writer Ardeospina sparked our love for adding humor and irony to Supernatural scenes. With all that practice, you have gotten really good at this!

It was incredibly hard to narrow down all the amazing winners to just a few finalists, but if we're going to award prizes (yes, real, tangible Supernatural grand prizes are coming!), we had to find a way to choose the best of the best.  To evaluate the 100 winners most fairly, Nate, Alice and I each reviewed the 100 captions independently. That way, each entry was judged by three different senses of humor and perspectives on the show. Nate kicked off our celebration by announcing his Editor Choice Awards. I was happy to see his favorites included Young Dean daring Young Sammy (#268) and Sam looking for a Moose Crossing (#297), as those were both semi-finalists for me, too.

In total, 30 winners out of the last 100 made it to my semi-final list! I wish I could acknowledge all of them. After several passes and lots of laughs, though, the following 15 captions rose to the top as my favorites. They are the ones that make me smile, touch my heart and express my sentiments about the show the best. They are presented in categories that best showcase why I think the caption is a perfect match with the picture.

Thank you for sharing your inspiring creativity with us. 

Another hiatus over, and Walker is coming back with something special.  Cordell has a new partner!  Her name is Cassie Perez, played by Ashley Reyes.  What is she like?  This preview might give us some clues.  

Here's the official synopsis per The CW:

CORDELL GETS SOME ASSISTANCE ON A NEW CASE – A feisty officer Perez (guest star Ashley Reyes) mistakes Cordell (Jared Padalecki) for a suspect. Trey (Jeff Pierre) offers to help Liam (Keegan Allen) with a project. Meanwhile, Colton (guest star Jalen Thomas Brooks) is struggling with his feelings for Stella (Violet Brinson). Steve Robin directed the episode written by Seamus Kevin Fahey and Casey Fisher (#210).  Original airdate 3/3/2022. 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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WHERE IT ALL BEGAN


From the beginning, our great and merciful overlord Alice Jester had been having fun tossing captions onto scenes from our beloved show.




When I came on board, of course I loved them as she and I have similar senses of humor. So I gleefully contributed some of my own when inspiration would strike.
Let's have some fun. Heaven knows, we all need it. 

In Part 1 of "Supernatural Top 10 Best and Worst Dressed Characters", I ranked the top 5 worst wardrobe choices in the history of Supernatural. From the heavenly host to the gods above, we proved that supernatural beings may be all powerful but they certainly don't always know how to dress. 

It's always better to be positive than negative, though, so let's double that number when looking for the BEST dressed characters in Supernatural! Actually, it was fairly easy to think of outfits that made a lasting, good impression throughout the years. Turn your mind's filter to 'clothing mode' and let the images pop up randomly. See? You probably thought of many of the same fashionistas I remembered... but then again, maybe you came up with a lot more!

So, think of the 10 BEST outfits worn on Supernatural. Witch, demon, hunter, angel, or victim about to die, who were smartest dressers from the past 15 years? Which outfits really stood out for you? Prepare your lists before reading mine. I'll wait....

You're back! Okay, let's get started!

Once upon a time, I used to do a yearly series call “Supernatural Moments that Make Me Smile.”  Of course back then, humor was always well laced into even the most intense episode.  I liked to look back at a year or season gone by and remember those little moments that brought me joy.   They didn't necessarily have to be big moments.  There were plenty of subtle choices to go around as well.  

By the time we got to season nine though, the article turned into a “Supernatural Moments that Made Me Wince” list.  I never shared those.  So, when a need came up for a quick retrospective article, I decided to dust off a classic.  Which way do I go?  Turns out, when it comes to the final season of Supernatural, both! 

In order of airing, here are my choices!   

Let's have some fun. Remember fun? That's something we did all the time before a global pandemic made us all afraid, serious, grieving, intense people. I haven't had fun in a long time. I've relaxed. I've watched movies. I've gotten a lot of long term to-dos done around the house. But nonsense, "no purpose at all but to laugh" fun is something I haven't seen in close to two years. So we're due.

Here's your assignment: Think of the 5 most outrageously bad clothing choices donned during a Supernatural episode. The eye-catching attire could have been on a guest or recurring star, or a regular character, but it has to be something so awful, the mere sight of it threw you out of the scene! To be clear, this isn't meant to insult Supernatural's wardrobe department. Most of the time they got it right! But in 15 years, 327 episodes, you have to allow that there were a few times when they may have been rushed, or gotten bad cues from a director, or didn't have budget to run to the fabric store!