Supernatural S11E04 Review: Baby

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Sam Dean Winchester smirk Supernatural BabySupernatural creates an instant classic with the Impala-centered episode “Baby.”  The episode is likely to be remembered as one of the series best, bringing together what we love in Supernaturalfamily, unusual monsters, humor, and a story with a unique perspective.  The Impala has always been the Winchesters true home and getting a glimpse of the Winchesters’ home life was fantastic. Continue reading

Supernatural S11E04 Recap: Baby

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RoadHouse Supernatural BabyWith “Baby,”Supernatural gives us an Impala-centered episode that may be remembered as one of the show’s best. It’s certainly the most interesting episode since “Fan Fiction.” We learned long ago that the Impala is the Winchesters’ true home, but it was great to hear Sam actually say it. “Baby” had everything we love in Supernatural: family, cool monsters, divinity, and a cleverly told story.

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Supernatural: For the love of an Impala called Baby

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In Supernatural, the Impala has always been a home for the Winchesters. They grew up traveling with their father in the Impala, and continue to drive around the country in the car even now. Though they may sometimes stay in crappy hotel rooms, Bobby’s house, or even take up residence in the Bunker, the Winchesters are grounded by the Impala. It’s always kept them connected to each other and to their shared past.

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Supernatural S10E15 Recap: The Things They Carried

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The title of Season 10 Episode 15 of Supernatural, “The Things They Carried,” references a book of the same name by Tim O’Brien that narrates the experiences of a group of American soldiers during the Vietnam War. The short stories describe what these soldiers carried with them while they were out on missions. Some of the objects are physical items they carry in their pockets or on their backs, but they also carry intangible burdens such as feelings of guilt, fear, and anxiety. In Supernatural, Dean continues to carry the affliction of the Mark of Cain, along with the feelings it elicits and experiences it has wrought.

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