Well, fam, here we are for the last time.

This is the final review of the final episode of Supernatural, and my feels are very turbulent and conflicted about the ending. I couldn’t sleep after watching the finale, so most of this was written on my phone in the middle of the night because apparently, even after all these years, Supernatural still has the power to keep me up all night. 

Spoilers ahead, my friends. Big, giant, spoilers. 

Hello, boys, for the almost-last time.

After fifteen seasons on the air, we have finally reached the end of Supernatural. Allow me to grow nostalgic for a moment: the show began in 2005. I had just finished high school, and had moved into the dormitory at my university in an effort to demonstrate to my parents that I was a fully grown adult. It is not lost on me that Supernatural  has been around for my entire adult life, and saying goodbye is more difficult than I had anticipated because it’s always been a constant for me. Breakup? Watch the Winchesters. Bad day at work? Watch the Winchesters. Feeling introverted and don’t want to go out? Watch the Winchesters.

Luckily we will have 327 episodes to watch over and over for the rest of our lives, so I guess the Winchesters will always be a constant.

So without further ado, let’s talk about the end of Supernatural. 

Hello, friends. It’s been a while since I wrote about Supernatural…and I’m going to be honest…I was behind even before the pandemic put all our lives (and the show’s final season) on hold. I’m sure I’m not alone in stockpiling episodes of a favorite show so you have something to look forward to; in this godforsaken year (pun fully intended), we need all the good things we can get.

First things first, I need to get this out of my system:

At first I was like:

And then I was like:

And now, I’m like:

And if you don’t know what I’m talking about…SPOILERS AHEAD. Ye be warned.

Halloween is coming, friends, and even though this is going to be a very different type of holiday than we are probably used to…we can still get spoopy! 

To help you get in the Halloween mood, here are some of my favorite spoopy television series. It is by no means a comprehensive list—I watch too many shows to include them all—but here are my favs, in no particular order:

Dearest Collectors,

Before I begin talking about Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, I want to address something that’s a little personal. You may have noticed that I’ve been less active on this blog, and on all my social media, of late. While this is partially due to real-life work and personal obligations, a great deal of it has to do with my personal health. I’ve been seeing medical professionals for a variety of reasons, but, a few weeks ago, I made the decision to start medication for my anxiety and depression. The adjustment period has been a rough one (to say the least). Many days I find it hard to do much of anything besides take a nap on my sofa, or binge-watch a mindless TV show.

Which, to make a long story extremely short, is how I found Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist and realized that it was just what I needed during my current mental health state.

The cast list was released last fall for the upcoming Netflix adaptation of the young adult fantasy series Shadow and Bone. The casting revealed Jessie Mei Li as Alina Starkov, and Ben Barnes as her manipulative antagonist and love interest General Kirigan, also known as the Darkling. Alina is meant to be around seventeen, while Ben Barnes is 38.

THE ROAD SO FAR

The boys are entering their final ride. An angry deity has emptied hell of all its souls, and the Winchesters are, once again, tasked with saving the world.  It’s the Winchesters’ final ride and this time, they’re up against God. Spoilers ahead.  I know that I’m a bit tardy with this post, but just like every plan the Winchesters ever had, sometimes a demon jumps in and screws it all up. Anyway, without further ado, here are my thoughts on 15×07.