Supernatural‘s “The Gamblers” was the push that the Winchesters needed to realize that they are heroes alongside men like Hercules. It also marked the return of our nougat son Jack Kline and some of the most epic father/son hugs with Cas, Sam, and Dean. (Yes, I know the Dean one
Supernatural‘s “Don’t Go In the Woods” gave us the quality Jack Kline we’re always her for and Sam & Dean fighting a big ugly Groot looking thing while keeping secrets from Jack. Fun times, right? *insert wince face here* With the announcement that Supernatural is ending after its 15th season,
Supernatural‘s “Nihilism” was a lesson in love for Michael, aka the biggest douche of all. After 14 years and countless apocalypses stopped by Sam, Dean, and Cass, we know that love is the ultimate weapon. It’s what keeps them, and even myself, going when things get tough, messy, and everything
The real Loki dies (not the MCU one) and Gabriel finally decides to stay instead of running in Supernatural‘s “Unfinished Business.” Two weeks have passed since Gabriel blew town and his appearance and subsequent need for revenge convinced Sam (and then Dean after some hassling) to help the depleted archangel.
Supernatural’s “The Bad Place” had Jack return to the picture, proved that Mary was alive to the Winchesters, and set up the final pieces for the arrival of Wayward Sisters. This mid-season finale also set us, and the Winchesters, on an uncharted path of universe hopping and possible dinosaur sightings. We’re so ready
Supernatural’s “Tombstone” saw Team Free Will reuniting, Dean letting out his inner fanboy, and Jack making a mistake in his eagerness to help the Winchesters. Our nougat loving Nephilim has enough angst in him to most certainly be part of this Hunter family. And like Sam, Dean, Castiel, he needs