TV Guide Reviews/Recaps
17:40 EDT, 17 Jul, 2012
The Winchesters deal with a monster of the week that hits a little too close to home when Dean's latest hook up delivers something unexpected. What will Sam have to do to prevent his brother from becoming one of the victims?
If emotional baggage was bacon cheeseburgers, Dean Winchester’s life would be a lot sweeter. Heck, it’d be downright awesome. Sadly, it’s not. And as it turns out, his one-time comfort — non-committal sex with attractive women — doesn’t even provide solac more
As “Supernatural” fans, I’m sure we’ve all faced the feat that is explaining the show to friend we’re trying to lure to the dark side. It was difficult in the first season, so add a few dozen deat... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Kira__Wills/2012/02/04/su more
It's interesting that " The Slice Girls " pulled a role reversal on a similar situation that took place during "The Girl Next Door."
Rather than Dean making the decision to kill a "monster" that was emotionally close to Sam, it was Sam who was forced t more
Watching Supernatural season 7 might give you depression. There's
no real fun in this week's episode, just a depressing, unsatisfying
ending that leaves Sam and Dean as messed up as ever. http://www.buddytv.com/articles/supernatural/supernatural-recap more
It only took 7 years of Supernatural for Dean's promiscuity to really have serious consequences (for some reason, it's always the women Sam has slept with that turned out to be crazy/murderous). In this week's episode, Sam was eager to investigate more
Tonight’s episode of Supernatural is called “The Slice Girls,” which is pretty accurate, seeing as how the monster this week was a bunch of beautiful women hell-bent on breeding with successful, good looking guys. Normally that wou more