Supernatural ’s tone can shift at the drop of a dime, from episode to episode, and even within an episode—like THIS episode, which was 90 percent standard monster-of-the-week with a touch of humor followed by 10 percent Winchester angst and th more
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14:38 EST, 06 Mar, 2013Review
Sam and Dean are charged with a monstrous task: they have to kill Zeus. Yup, that's what I typed. The brothers have to come up with a way to off Zeus. No biggie. In the end, it all becomes another lesson in what someone will do in order to save a person t more
I must confess that I am a sucker for Greek mythology, and I was a fangirl of those campy, and now classic ‘90s television series, “Hercules: The Legendary Journey” and “Xena: Warrior Princess,” so... http://www.starpulse.com more
Do you remember the early days of Supernatural
when the boys would battle a ghost or a demon and it would be a big
deal? Well, this week Sam and Dean casually decide to kill Zeus, the
famous Greek god. Because apparently we've reached the point whe more
You'd think someone would have said "Release the Kraken," right?
Sam and Dean were back on the hunt for the strange and weird, leading them to a potential zombie case that turned out to be a little more divine than dead.
Rather, " Remember the Titan more
In this episode of Supernatural , called “Remember the Titans,” Sam and Dean tackle a few Greek gods , while Sam comes to terms with his decision to take on the trials. For all intents and purposes, this episode was basically a singl more