"No doubt, endings are hard. But then again, nothing ever really ends, does it?”
Team Freewill wins some battles for once, but the big war is still to come.
Trusting demons is never a good idea. Sam and Dean are out of options though.
Character deaths are usually for the sake of drama, but Gabriel's still left us screaming, "Why??"
Quoting one of the writers on my site, "Point of No Return" is "flipping insanely awesome!"
I counted all the problems for Sam, Dean, and Castiel, and it's way more than 99.
Sam and Dean die, again, but this time they get to remember the afterlife. It's not all happy memories.
Zombies done Supernatural style. It sure isn't Dawn of The Dead.
If you're going to ruin a Hallmark holiday with one of the four horsemen, Ben Edlund is the person to call.
You can't fight city hall. Speak for yourself Michael, Team Freewill has a different plan.
What if you held an apocalypse and only three bratty teenagers came? A major dud.
Sam and Dean go crazy! Yep, I'm thinking the same thing, it's about time.
The title says it all. Lucifer raises death, Sam and Dean again must again say goodbye to friends. Damn you, Ben Edlund!
There’s nothing like going to a fan convention immediately after seeing an episode of your favorite show mocking a fan convention.
Sam and Dean must "play their roles" in TV Land Hell. Not much fun for them, but we hurt from laughing too much.
Grumpy Old Men and The World Series of Poker done Supernatural style. It's all good.
This is a story of what happens when the Antichrist is happy. Castiel learns the hard way never make him mad.
Interesting how this season’s most uplifting tale comes from a story showing the destruction of the world.
Clips from Thursday's episode "The End", and good news about ratings and fan fundraising.
It can't get any worse for Sam Winchester. Then again, this show always manages to prove me wrong.