The show serves up an Avengers-esque character round-up, but the plot is powerless.
As the season 11 finale looms, Supernatural seems to be subtextually analyzing its relationship with its fans.
"Don't Call Me Shurley" offers significant plot developments coupled with a huge reveal, so why wasn't it a better episode?
Another stand-alone episode, but there's still plenty to discuss in the Supernatural world.
A few surprises awaited us in the midst of an otherwise anticlimatic, plot-heavy episode.
The show delivers a tense, nail-biter of a episode which entertains, but doesn't advance the season 11 plot.
The show returns from spring break with a nostalgic monster-of-the-week episode as it deals with its ever-present past.
Supernatural keeps on grinding in a solid stand-alone episode with a dash of Crowley/Castiel/Lucifer intrigue.
The show lays out a path for the season finale in another above-average episode.
A stand-alone episode focusing on a well-loved horror movie cliche continues the show's history of doomed romances.