Supernatural S11E20 Review: Don’t Call Me Shurley



Sam and Dean Winchester 2 Supernatural Dont Call me Shurley

Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles are just a couple of the reasons we can’t stop watching Supernatural

Surely, “Don’t Call Me Shurley” is the most exciting Supernatural episode in terms of mythology since we learned angels exist in Season 4. Don’t know about you, but we’re still pretty giddy. “Don’t Call Me Shurley” reminds us why we still love this ever-evolving series after 11 seasons: great stories, engaging dialogue, fantastic music, beautiful exterior shots, amazing sets, cool props, and skilled actors. Do you hear something? That’s the sound of us clapping, and we don’t mean the slow kind. Continue reading

Supernatural S11E20 Recap: Don’t Call Me Shurley


Chuck Shurley Rob Benedict Supernatural Dont Call me ShurleyJust when you think Supernatural can’t get any better, they give you an episode like “Don’t Call Me Shurley.” It was an impressive episode from start to finish. The episode had outstanding acting by Robert Benedict and Curtis Armstrong, great use of music throughout, a wonderful set design, and fascinating dialogue. Metatron had it right: “Details are what make a story great.” Details, and a great team. Continue reading