'Supernatural' Review: Major Changes for 100th Episode
'Supernatural' Review: Major Changes for 100th Episode
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
Tonight Supernatural airs its landmark 100th episode, reaching a point very few shows reach, and as the title suggests, it's the "Point of No Return."  The Apocalypse is in full swing and Dean has decided to say "Yes" to being the angel Michael's vessel so that he can do battle with Lucifer.

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The 100th episode of Supernatural succeeds as both another strong episode of Supernatural, continuing the storyline, and also a big event episode that is just different enough to be seen as something special.  There are some very big changes for a lot of the characters, changing a lot of what fans thought they knew.

But underneath it all, the 100th episode proves that the show is really about family.  Sure, there are angels, demons, tremendous fight scenes and giant plot twists, but the episode also features very significant character moments that highlight what's made Supernatural so beloved by its fans.  It's not just mindless action and horror.

There's a deep emotional bond between brothers Sam and Dean, and their relationship has undergone many bumps along the road.  Yet somehow, in the quiet moments between the action, the 100th episode of Supernatural comes down to their relationship.

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As you've probably noticed, I've tried to avoid giving away too many details, mostly because the 100th episode is something fans should try to enjoy unspoiled.  However, to get you even more excited, here are five hints about my favorite moments of the episode.

-The opening scene is probably one of the best in the show's history, just remember not to turn the volume on your TV up too high.

-There's a scene between Sam and Dean in Bobby's Panic Room.  It's what Supernatural is all about.

-There's a shed.  It's a very cool shed.

-The episode features a shirtless Castiel.

-At least one major character dies.

To find out exactly what some of this means, check out Supernatural's 100th episode at 9pm on the CW.

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