That’s not creepy at all, right? How can you not love that face? Sorry, Supernatural fans. This week, life got in the way and somehow I completely forgot my blog. 😦 i blame season 6 of Supernatural since there was a marathon on TNT all day Friday and I got distracted by it and somehow, forgot I hadn’t written my blog yet. Yesterday, I participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, which was an amazing experience. I was so busy getting ready for that and then, shopping for my daughter’s birthday, the blog slipped my mind again yesterday. 😦 Again, I apologize. Today, my six-year-old daughter is home with me all day and I don’t feel comfortable watching this episode with her around (since it scares me and all). Plus, I really wanted to put a lot of thought into this one since several new characters are introduced and we’re dealing with the aftermath of Dad’s death. So, I will work on a more detailed post for later. I feel terrible. Here are some gifs to ease the pain.
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.
The end of season one – can you believe it? I’m grateful for those who have stuck with us and are enjoying reliving the first season of the greatest show ever! 🙂
We begin where SALVATION left off, with Meg telling Dean he’ll never see Dad again. Sam wants to stay in Salvation and wait for the demons to come for them, for the fight. Dean says they’re not ready and they’re leaving NOW. He thinks they want to trade The Colt for their dad. Sam still wants to “work the case” but Dean says, “Everything stops until we find Dad.” They agree on one thing: they need help. Enter the most beloved character on Supernatural who doesn’t have the last name Winchester: Bobby!!
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.
Guess what?! This week’s Supernatural is about vampires!! I am not personally a fan of the bloodsuckers. I was back in the day with The Lost Boys (dating myself) but since then? Nope. However, I love what the Supernatural folks did with them. They made them sexy. They have retractable fangs. How cool is that? This episode also gives us a badass new weapon that will play a role for many seasons to come: The Colt. Strap yourselves in and get ready for some vamps.
We begin with this guy in Manning, Colorado:
Daniel Elkins. Turns out he’s another hunter and a bit of a recluse. A group of sexy, loud young people come into the bar where Mr. Elkins is hanging out. When he sees them, he hurries back to his house, frequently looking over his shoulder. That group of 20s-ish people were vampires and they’re already in Elkins’ house.
Wake up, people! 😀
It’s time for Supernatural Sunday and this is one of my all-time favorite episodes. It’s impossible to determine exactly how many favorites I have. The show is just that good, okay? Okay. 🙂 Provenance is the episode with my all-time favorite female character. Sad that she was in season 1 and no one has topped her for me yet although Charlie is a very close second. You won’t meet her until season 8. Anyways, let’s get into this fabulous episode.
We begin with a rich couple coming home after buying a creepy painting at auction. You just know there’s something off with this thing.
Happy Supernatural Sunday! This week’s episode is a lot more serious than last week’s and features a super creepy “monster of the week.”
We begin with a cute little girl saying her prayers. Her sister is in the hospital and dad’s home with her. Mom’s at the hospital. Tree branches are banging against the window and it looks almost like a hand. And then waaaaahhhh! It IS a hand. Yikes.
Super scary Emperor Palpatin looking hooded figure comes into the little girl’s room. That’s just wrong.
Happy Supernatural Sunday once again folks! 🙂 This week we have the first “pranks” episode. We also have the introduction of a couple of new characters who will come back in future seasons. Lots of laughs! So let’s get straight into it…
A group of teenagers is checking out an old haunted house in the woods. The legend goes the ghost of the house lives in the root cellar and likes to “string up girls.” The kids don’t expect to find anything: there are weird symbols painted on the walls and strange-looking canned goods in the basement. But in the cellar, there’s a girl hanging from the rafters, just like the legend goes! Oh snap!
The house is just a little creepy.
Happy #SupernaturalSunday! I wonder if y’all get tired of me saying this is one of my favorite episodes, but well it is. 🙂 In this week’s episode, Supernatural goes a little Texas Chainsaw Massacre. In Hibbing, Minnesota, a kid says he witnessed one of his neighbors being abducted by a monster. The kid didn’t actually see the monster and was watching Godzilla versus Mothra at the time so his mom isn’t inclined to believe him. Alas, Sam and Dean investigate since the kid says he heard a “whining growl” when the neighbor dude was pulled under a car and disappeared. Dean kinda bonds with the kid over Godzilla. You can see how Sam feels about it.
Happy #SupernaturalSunday, friends! 🙂 This week’s episode delves into Sam’s new-found psychic powers. Since the main character of my own book is psychic, I’m sure this episode inspired me and was in the back of my mind while writing. We start in one of Sam’s visions, although we don’t know at first it’s something that hasn’t happened yet…
A guy returns home with music blasting and parks in his garage. The garage door rolls down on its own, car doors lock and the engine starts back up by itself. He yells for help but is soon overcome by the fumes. Cut to Sam sitting up in bed. He wakes up Dean and they head off to Michigan since Sam got the car’s license number. He finds out the owner of the car is a Jim Miller. They haul ass to Saginaw, MI, but are too late. He’s already dead by the time they get there. It looks like a suicide but Sam knows from his nightmare Miller didn’t do this to himself. Sam is upset and wonders why he had the premonition if he couldn’t stop it from happening. This is something my main character struggles with.