Poll Your Favorite Supernatural Episodes!

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What are your favorite Supernatural Episodes?

  1. Abandon All Hope

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  2. All Hell Breaks Loose

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  3. Baby

    50.0%
  4. Born Under a Bad Sign

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  5. Changing Channels

    12.5%
  6. Dark Side of the Moon

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  7. Death's Door

    25.0%
  8. Don't Call Me Shurley

    25.0%
  9. The End

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  10. Faith

    12.5%
  11. Fan Fiction

    25.0%
  12. The French Mistake

    25.0%
  13. Hammer of the Gods

    12.5%
  14. Home

    12.5%
  15. In My Time of Dying

    12.5%
  16. Jus in Bello

    12.5%
  17. Lazarus Rising

    12.5%
  18. Lucifer Rising

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  19. The Man Who Would Be King

    12.5%
  20. The Monster at the End of This Book

    12.5%
  21. Mystery Spot

    37.5%
  22. Night Shifter

    12.5%
  23. No Rest for the Wicked

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  24. Pilot

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  25. Point of No Return

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  26. Scoobynatural

    50.0%
  27. Sympathy for the Devil

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  28. Swan Song

    37.5%
  29. Tall Tales

    12.5%
  30. Two Minutes to Midnight

    12.5%
  31. Weekend at Bobby's

    25.0%
  32. Other--please specify

    12.5%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. auntiehill

    auntiehill The Blooness Premium Member

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    Trying to narrow down almost 15 years of episodes from your favorite show is no easy task, but since I have nothing but time'd, I thought I put a poll together. We have a very long wait before we can see the last few episode of this 15th and final season, so let's look back at some of our favorites.

    I tried my best to whittle it down to a round number but I ended up with 31, so with the "other" option, it comes to 32. You have unlimited votes, so knock yourself out. ;)

    Here's IMDB's episode guide, to help you remember all those seasons.
     
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  2. Starbreaker

    Starbreaker Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    I am struggling to remember individual episodes because I haven't watched the show in several years, but Season 5 was brilliant and I think Swan Song is the best of the bunch.
     
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  3. KeepOnTrekking

    KeepOnTrekking Commodore Commodore

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    Definitely "Mystery Spot." I feel like that every morning when I wake up.
     
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  4. gblews

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    I don’t know the episodes by name and I haven’t seen all of some of the recent seasons, but off the top of my head, two of my favs were the episode where Sam and Dean are finally captured by FBI agent, Victor Henriksen, and the episode where Sam and Dean are sent into the real world by Balthazar.
    I know the real world episode was comedic, don’t think I’v seen an episode of any show that made fun of all aspects of a show, but despite the laughs, it explained that the guys were working in an alternate version of the universe.

    I loved Hendrickson as a character. He was competent, smart, efficient, a little arrogant, and he was convinced that Sam and Dean were the worst criminals of all time, Watching him figure out on his own that not only had he misjudged the brothers as criminals, he finds out they’re actually hero’s . And the fact that him and Dean then bond over the relative wretchedness of their lives was icing on the cake.

    Oh, one of other favs was season 8 episode 12, the one where they find out they were supposed to be “Men of Letters.” That was one of the smoothest and natural expansions of an existing mythology I’v ever seen in a TV show.

    The “Gordon” episodes were great as well. Sterling K. Brown whose menacing, halfway crazy, performance was one of the best of all the show’s recurring characters.
     
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  5. auntiehill

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    The one where Henriksen captures them and demons then attack the jail, is "Jus in Bello." It's one of my favorites, too.Whenever it comes up on TNT's morning reruns, I have to stop and watch it.

    The comedic episode, where they are transported to an alternate universe, taking over the lives of actors Jared & Jensen, is "The French Mistake." It's brilliantly funny. Definitely one of their best ever.

    The episode where they meet their father's father--Henry--is "As Time Goes By." Another good one. I didn't think of it when I made the list--it might just deserve a spot.
     
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  6. Q2UnME

    Q2UnME Commodore Commodore

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    The one that leaps to mind, for me, is the episode 'Baby'. The entire episode is told from the cars prospective. Very unique .... and I'm a sucker for 60's Impalas... ;)
     
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  7. auntiehill

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    "Baby" was a great episode. Whoever would've thought that the point of view of a car would be so interesting? :lol:
     
  8. Q2UnME

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    The other one that sticks in my head was the one where they're trapped in an alternate reality and we see Dean die like 100 times, each worse than the previous .... buggered to remember the title and can't be arsed to look it up... probably the funniest I can remember.
     
  9. auntiehill

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    That is "Mystery Spot," where Loki/Gabriel kills Dean over a hundred times, as Sam is caught in a Groundhog Day-like hell. It's both funny and deeply disturbing at the same time. Definitely a top episode.
     
  10. RJDiogenes

    RJDiogenes Idealistic Cynic and Canon Champion Premium Member

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    I'm not great with titles either (although "Baby" and "Scoobynatural" are pretty obvious), but my favorites are the offbeat ones-- like "Baby" and "Scoobynatural." Also that one that was a black-and-white homage to the Universal Monster movies. And, of course, the one where Chuck returned and saved the town-- he turned into a wrathful god later, but that episode was great. I'll track down the titles and then come back and vote.
     
  11. auntiehill

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    The black and white homage to the Universal Monster movies was titled, appropriately enough, "Monster Movie." And the one where Chuck returns, has that great conversation with Metratron and, at the end, saves the town is one of my favorites: "Don't Call Me Shurley." Rob Benedict does *such* an excellent job in that one. Did you know that he nearly died at one of the conventions? One of the reasons he was absent from SPN for so long is that he was recovering from a life-threatening stroke.
    From SupernaturalWiki:
     
  12. RJDiogenes

    RJDiogenes Idealistic Cynic and Canon Champion Premium Member

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    Thank you very much. So I've voted for "Baby," "Don't Call Me Shurley," "Scoobynatural," and "Other" for "Monster Movie."

    Yeah, he's been great in the part. I wonder if any of them knew where it would lead when he did that first episode as Chuck.

    Wow, I did not know that. I'm glad he's recovered so well. His story is almost identical to a friend of mine, who started slurring her speech at a veteran's writing event. Luckily some of the other veteran's had medical training, which saved her life. But she spent several months in a rehab and a nursing home, and to this day has trouble with times and dates and telephone numbers and passwords and stuff. And now she's at super high risk for the virus.