: War and Death, two of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, arrived. Sam and Dean continued to tread water in their fruitless attempts to find God, stop Lucifer and stop their destinies from coming true.NOW
: It's a Valentine's Day episode of Supernatural
written by Ben Edlund, the guy behind the suicidal teddy bear. In other words, this episode is not for the faint of heart.
As promised, Edlund delivers with the single grossest thing ever on Supernatural. The episode starts with a couple ending their first date, then getting hot and heavy, devouring each other. Literally. They start taking giant bites out of each other while passionately making out, and I'm throwing up a little in my mouth just writing about it. The lovers eat each other to death.
Sam and Dean are on the case, right before Valentine's Day. Sam thinks Dean should be excited because for him this is "Unattached Drifter Christmas" with Dean's pick of lonely women. Strangely, Dean doesn't seem interested in sex. This is obviously a sign that the Apocalypse really is near.
In the second bit of random chaos in a small town, a woman shows up to her husband's office because she can't stand to be away from him. His co-worker says he's whipped and she shoots him. Something tells me women around the world cheer at that sentiment. The two lovers are so obsessed with always being together that they kill themselves.
That means it's time to visit the morgue, but on the way Sam is a bit distracted by another man. He shrugs it off and inside they examine the hearts, finding weird angelic symbols. They call in Cas, who identifies them as marks of a Cupid.
The three go to a nice restaurant to track Cupid and after the waitress brings them their food, Dean has no interest in eating his bacon cheeseburger. Once again: sign of the Apocalypse. Instead, Cas enjoys the burger and then senses Cupid's arrival.(1) (2) (3) NEXT>>
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