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TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – ‘The Things We Left Behind’

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Supernatural’s fall finale, “The Things We Left Behind,” is easily one of the season’s best episodes. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – ‘Hibbing 911′

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"Supernatural"'s “Hibbing 911" diverts from the usual formula to focus on the beloved Jody Mills (Kim Rhodes) and newly-returning Donna Hanscum (Briana Buckmaster) instead of the Winchesters. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ in-Depth – ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’

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Supernatural’s “Girls, Girls, Girls” uses several storylines to explore the power of the self-crafted stories that drive its characters. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – ‘Ask Jeeves’

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Supernatural goes back to basics with this week’s “Ask Jeeves.” Read More »

TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – “Fan Fiction”

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Meta episodes are among my favorite things, and “Fan Fiction” is so very “meta,” resisting reductive readings, encouraging and challenging the audience to think about layers and textual elements, all while contemplating a quintessential question: “What is truth?” Read More »

‘Supernatural’ 200th Episode Review: Fan Fiction’

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On Tuesday night, Supernatural aired its 200th episode. It’s a landmark that few shows achieve. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – ‘Soul Survivor’

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What was your reading of this week's "Supernatural" episode, "Soul Survivor"? Read More »

TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – ‘Reichenbach’

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Supernatural’s “Reichenbach,” delivers a highly enjoyable episode, with the first real glimpse of Dean’s demonic nature and powers. Read More »

TV Review: Supernatural – ‘Black’

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Although Supernaturals new episode, “Black,” is clunky at times, it's an enjoyable episode that lays the foundation for promising storylines. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – “Do You Believe In Miracles”

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Though season nine had me worried at times, as a whole, I appreciate its alternate approach and what it's revealed about our beloved characters. Read More »