Well, fam, I didn’t expect to be here again, writing about Supernatural, again…ever. It’s been a while since my last rantblog about the finale of season 12, and well, I took a season-long break from the show because I didn’t know if I could love it anymore. I recently caught up on the show, just in time for its 300th episode, “Lebanon.”

Supernatural celebrates turning 300 by reminding fans why they fell in love with the show in the first place. For me, it was a surprising dosage of Winchester feels, followed by a jolt of nostalgia. *spoilers below*

by the Collected Mutineer

At the tail-end of last week’s episode, we caught a brief glimpse of what happened to Wonkru after spending six long years trapped underground with no hope of escaping. The internet was awash with theories of what the title “red queen” meant, and how we might see Octavia become the commander who was promised at the end of season 4. In true The 100 fashion, the episode was filled to the brim with ethical questions about how to be a leader at the end of the world, with plenty of blood to accompany said questions. But is the story of the Red Queen one we’ve already seen?

Spoilers ahead!