Supernatural’s “Beat the Devil” forces Dean to watch his brother die (again), has Sam face his torturer, and Rowena getting it, left & right. We’re proud of the latter and super annoyed that Lucifer is still around and causing trouble for the people he tortured. Oh yeah, and murdered. Can’t
Rowena’s pain leads the Winchesters right to her door in Supernatural’s “Funeralia.” She wants to make amends for everything that she’s done and she’s willing to kill (evil humans responsible for the death of many) to get her chance to speak with Death herself. What she doesn’t understand is that
The Winchesters are in for a surprise when on the hunt for two witches who have stolen a powerful book from them in Supernatural‘s “Various & Sundry Villains.” And after a long time away we’re also welcoming back Castiel, Lucifer, and…Rowena!? How did she survive? What tricks did she have
Supernatural‘s ‘Family Feud’ was a filler episode that needed more Winchesters and less MacLeod reunion. What should’ve been a turning point for Crowley, Rowena, and Gavin, fell flat and left us not caring at all for the fiancee’s ghost or the innocents dying. Even Mary finally confessing to her boys
A MacLeod reunion is set to happen in Supernatural‘s ‘Family Feud.’ Rowena is enlisted by the Winchesters to help locate her grandson after someone is murdered by a ghost of the merchant ship Gavin was supposed to die on. Saying that the MacLeod family is complicated would be an understatement.
Dean gets hit by a spell that rapidly starts eating away at his memory in Supernatural‘s ‘Regarding Dean.’ Sam teams up with adaptable, inventive, and witty Rowena to try and fix things before Dean is a blank slate. Imagine having being told 12 seasons worth of backstory?! Somehow he ends
Supernatural‘s mid-season finale “LOTUS” takes a crazy turn when Lucifer, on a power trip of epic proportions, takes over the President of the United States. The Winchesters send him straight back to hell just in time to be arrested for trying to assassinate the President. No one essential died, there were