Do you believe in angels? This episode of Supernatural delves into the topic for the first of many, many times. We meet Gloria.
She doesn’t seem like she’s having a good day. Or life. She’s watching mindless crap on TV. The TV flips itself to a televangelist. No matter how hard she tries, she can’t change the channel. The lights flicker, the whole place starts to shake. And then a blinding white light appears to her in the hallway. Is it…an angel?
I have to admit, I’m not very excited about this week’s episode. It’s definitely not one of my favorites. For fans of Jo, it’s a great one. I was not a fan of hers when this first aired although I like her a little better now. 😉 I’ve had a very busy week so I’m afraid this won’t be my usual detailed retelling of the episode but I’ll give it my best. 🙂
Blonde girls keep going missing in an apartment building in Philadelphia. Jo wants to investigate but Mama Ellen forbade her to go on a hunt. Sam and Dean go to check it out instead.
Happy Supernatural Sunday! 🙂 I’m excited to get started on season 2. I haven’t watched these episodes quite as many times as season 1. 😉
We begin season 2 right where season 1 left off: in the mangled wreckage of Dean’s baby, the Impala. The guy driving the 18-wheeler that hit them has black eyes — he’s been possessed. Sam drives him away with The Colt to protect his family. The demon skedaddles and the trucker calls for help when he realizes what he’s done.
Happy Supernatural Sunday! This week, Meg’s back again! Gotta love her.
We also begin the episode with the first season montage to the tune of “Carry On My Wayward Son.” ❤ This will become a Supernatural tradition us die-hard fans always look forward to.
The episode opens in a church where the pastor is alone when Meg comes in. You know this probably isn’t going to go well. The pastor is Winchester family friend Pastor Jim.
Hello Supernatural fans! 🙂 It’s that time once again that I, for one, look forward to: your weekly review of a Supernatural episode. Today, we’ll be discussing another of my all-time favorites, Scarecrow. And yes, it is about a killer scarecrow. Isn’t he cute?
Gotta go with Dean on this one:
Welcome back for another exciting #SupernaturalSunday! As always, I’m happy to guest post again this week. So let’s take a little trip into horror movie territory and go to a closed down asylum. Not creepy at all.
The place is called Roosevelt Asylum and it looks like it’s from an old episode of Ghost Hunters. The cops have been called because kids have a bad habit of breaking in. Local legend has it that if you spend the night, the spirits of old patients will drive you insane. So, of course, teenagers want to check it out. One of the cops finds the kids and kicks them out. The other one gets a nosebleed, goes home and shoots his wife, then himself. Read the rest of this entry