Cordell and Emily walk silently into the night, side by side. Tears well up in their eyes, sharing together for the first time the secret that Emily’s killer is still walking free. Fade to black, with the audience feeling the weight of their emotions.

Fade in on a flashback of Cordell visibly upset, waiting to identify his wife’s body just hours after she is murdered.  He nods that he’s ready and they pull back the sheet, revealing a beaten and ghastly white Emily. Cordell collapses to the floor in grief.

Well done, Walker. The tears you provoked last week were just the primer for the opening scene this week. Jared’s acting is once again the foundation for an excellent cast and story.

Do angels exist? Christian, Hebrew and Muslim religious texts abound with references to the heavenly host. Within Supernatural, the concept of angels was first explored in 2.13 “Houses of the Holy.” This is when we learned that a young, narrow-minded Dean was absolutely certain angels didn’t exist. Sam, on the other hand, wasn’t so sure.

When Castiel made his heralded entrance in season 4, both Dean and Sam had their answer. From that sparks flying moment forward, angels became integral, pivotal characters in Supernatural’s story.  In the 12 years that followed Castiel’s gravelly voiced, bold declaration, “I am an angel of the Lord”, 68 named angels influenced Sam, Dean and Castiel’s journeys. 

A panel of Supernatural fans and authors recently took on the challenge of naming the most memorable angels in Supernatural’s story. In order to not slight those who retained their heavenly halos, I’ve divided my list of memorable angels into those that made me cringe, those who ranked somewhere between Heaven and Hell on the hit parade, and those I loved to see. Let’s start our angelic who’s who list by remembering the angels who brightened our day with their heavenly glow. Some of these names might surprise you!

There were so many secrets, lies, and people making choices for others ‘for their own good’ that it almost felt like an episode of Supernatural.

No one is having the hard conversations necessary to heal. Withholding information to retain a feeling of control seemed to be a theme, which of course just created more problems.

This first season is really starting to hit its stride!  After last week's whirlwind episode (ha, get it, tornado?) it's time for episode 1.09, titled "Rule Number 17."  Wonder what it's all about?  How about a synopsis, courtesy of The CW:

WALKER CLOSES IN ON EMILY’S KILLER — Walker (Jared Padalecki) and Captain James (Coby Bell) investigate a high stakes poker game where one of the players may have information on Emily’s killer. However, the night takes a turn when Geri (Odette Annable) shows up to join the game.Meanwhile, Micki (Lindsey Morgan) takes August (Kale Culley) and Stella (Violet Brinson) on an unusual adventure. The episode was written by Bret VandenBos & Brandon Willer and directed by Steve Robin (#109). Original airdate 4/15/2021. 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.

Things are sure to get interesting now that Walker is in on the investigation.  This preview gives a little insight into the next moves:



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Despite the name of Walker’s 8th episode, “Fine is a Four Letter Word”, the more obvious theme was secrets, and the lies people tell to protect secrets.  The tornado that ripped through Austin was an apt metaphor for the swirling lies that ripped apart everyone’s lives without much warning. Confusion, destruction and pain were the inevitable aftermath of both the personal and physical storms that ensnared Walker's friends and family.  Let’s sort through the twisted truths together.

On April 9, 1965 my favorite Devil was born in Los Angeles, California.

His name is Mark Ross Pellegrino.

Today we celebrate Mark's 56th Birthday!

"You didn't need a weapon at all when you were born one.― Sarah J. Maas, Heir of Fire

My fifth tribute to Supernatural characters was to two of Supernatural’s fiercest and most absolute archangels, Alternate Universe (AU) Michael and Raphael. Not wanting to add to their already intense sibling rivalry, I thought we should complete the archangel series with Gabriel and Lucifer! Since Mark Pellegrino's birthday is in a few days, this is the perfect time to turn our attention to the youngest archangel and his big bro! You know, it is not easy to be an archangel in Supernatural. You have daddy issues (like a lot) and you probably die a few times, though in Supernatural that is not surprising.

This article is special because it includes two champions: Gabriel, being the only archangel to have only one vessel, and Lucifer as the opposite, having the most vessels/illusions. The last video I chose is a top 15 list of powerful angels. 

Enjoy the videos!