Supernatural 9 Seasons 2012

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Season 8
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1. We Need to Talk About Kevin CC

After escaping from Purgatory (but not alone), Dean (JENSEN ACKLES) heads straight for Sam (JARED PADALECKI), but their reunion isn't exactly everything he imagined it would be.

Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
October 3, 2012

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We Need to Talk About Kevin

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Season 8
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    1. We Need to Talk About Kevin After escaping from Purgatory (but not alone), Dean (JENSEN ACKLES) heads straight for Sam (JARED PADALECKI), but their reunion isn't exactly everything he imagined it would be.

    43min October 3, 2012
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    2. What's Up, Tiger Mommy? After rescuing Kevin's mother (LAUREN TOM), Sam & Dean discover that Kevin wasn't kidding when he said his mother was a strong-willed woman - after she tries to take on Crowley!

    TV-NR 42min October 10, 2012
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    3. Heartache Sam and Dean investigate a string of unusual murders where the victims were all recipients of organs from the same donor. Jensen Ackles directs.

    TV-NR 41min October 17, 2012
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    4. Bitten Investigating a bizarre murder in a college town, Sam and Dean find two bodies and a laptop cured up to some disturbing video footage in this unique episode.

    TV-NR 42min October 24, 2012
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    5. Blood Brother When Benny (TY OLSSON) calls Dean for help in tracking down his Maker, Dean agrees to help. But soon, the two are in over their heads, and Dean calls Sam for help as well.

    TV-NR 43min October 31, 2012
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    6. Southern Comfort Investigating a murder by a vengeful ghost, Sam and Dean find that Garth (guest star DJ QUALLS) is already on the case...and he's taken Bobby's duties to Dean's displeasure.

    TV-NR 43min November 7, 2012
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    7. A Little Slice of Kevin Castiel appears back on Earth with no memory of how he escaped from Purgatory. Mrs. Tran gets Kevin into trouble with Crowley when she trusts a witch (CYRINA FIALLO).

    TV-NR 43min November 14, 2012
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    8. Hunteri Heroici Castiel joins Sam and Dean as a hunter, and together, they investigate a series of small-town murders wherein each of them resembles a cartoon death.

    TV-NR 43min November 28, 2012
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    9. Citizen Fang Sam and Dean are at odds after Sam suspects Dean's vampire friend, Benny, of being responsible for a string of vampire-drained bodies in a small Louisiana town.

    TV-NR 43min December 5, 2012
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    10. Torn and Frayed Naomi (guest star AMANDA TAPPING) tells Castiel that Crowley is holding an angel captive and Castiel must rescue him before Crowley's torture reveals their secrets.

    TV-NR 43min January 16, 2013
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    11. LARP and the Real Girl Sam and Dean investigate the mysterious deaths in a Live Action Role Playing Game and discover that their quirky hacker friend Charlie (FELICIA DAY) might be able to help.

    43min January 23, 2013
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    12. As Time Goes By Sam and Dean are stunned to meet their grandfather (GIL McKINNEY), who has time-traveled in search of John Winchester to stop a demon named Abbadon (ALAINA HUFFMAN).

    TV-14 43min January 30, 2013
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    13. Everybody Hates Hitler Investigating the spontaneous combustion death of a Rabbi, Sam and Dean face off against a Golem, who now belongs to the Rabbi's grandson.

    TV-NR 43min February 6, 2013
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    14. Trial and Error Kevin deciphers the tablet and reveals that to close the gates of Hell, one person must face a series of tests designed by God. The first one - kill a hellhound!

    TV-NR 43min February 13, 2013
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    15. Man's Best Friend With Benefits Sam and Dean come to the aid of a police officer (CHRISTIAN CAMPBELL) who turned to witchcraft after working a case with the Winchesters.

    TV-NR 43min February 20, 2013
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    16. Remember the Titans Sam and Dean encounter an amnesiac man who dies and revives himself every day. But instead of being a zombie, he's actually the cursed titan Prometheus.

    TV-NR 43min February 27, 2013
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    17. Goodbye Stranger After torturing Meg (RACHEL MINER) Crowley (MARK A. SHEPPARD) unleashes several demons in a small town in search of Lucifer's Crypt. Unless Castiel can stop him.

    TV-NR 43min March 20, 2013
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    18. Freaks and Geeks Sam and Dean run across an unusual team of teenage hunters, led by Krissy Chambers (MADISON McLAUGHLIN) and a hunter (ADRIAN HOUGH) who may not be what he seems.

    TV-NR 42min March 27, 2013
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    19. Taxi Driver Sam and Dean team up with reaper named Ajay (guest star ASSAF COHEN), who helps them deal with the second trial from the Tablet. Crowley visits Kevin and Naomi visits Dean.

    43min April 3, 2013
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    20. Pac-Man Fever With Sam resting up after the second trial, Dean teams up with adorable hacker/LARPer Charlie Bradbury and teaches her how to be a hunter-in-training.

    TV-NR 43min April 24, 2013
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    21. The Great Escapist When Sam and Dean receive a video message from Kevin, they set out to uncover the Third Trial. Meanwhile, Castiel's on the run from Naomi and her angels.

    TV-NR 43min May 1, 2013
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    22. Clip Show As the Third Trial nears, Sam and Dean reunite with Castiel and stumble upon a key to the trial in the Men of Letters files. Crowley digs up some familiar faces from the past.

    TV-NR 43min May 8, 2013
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    23. Sacrifice With Crowley poised to undo everything they've ever done, Sam and Dean find themselves cornered. But with Kevin's help, the Winchesters have one last play against The King of Hell.

    TV-NR 43min May 15, 2013

Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Drama, Thriller, Mystery, Horror
Director Robert Singer
Supporting actors Mark Sheppard, Osric Chau, Liane Balaban, Ty Olsson, Lissa Neptuno, Sean Carey, Nina Kiri, Erin Lacourciere, Melissa Dionisio, Raphael Kepinski, Locky Nolan, Tom Stevens
Season year 2013
Network The CW
Executive Producer Todd Philip Aronauer
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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76 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Anastasia McPherson TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 1, 2012
Benny, the vampire that Dean escaped Purgatory with finally re-enters the story after being introduced in the first episode. Benny is on the track of vengeance and is hunting his maker when he takes on too many other vampires in a fight. He calls Dean for aid and assistance and as Dean is both loyal to Benny and things are still tense between Sam and Dean, he goes to Benny's assistance giving Sam the minimum of explanation.

What follows is a story of cunning, revenge, love and loss with very little redemption - and it is an excellent story indeed. I am so impressed with the new season of Supernatural. I read recently that the creators are hoping to tell their story over ten seasons and if the show continues at this new level of quality I will be watching with renewed passion. Supernatural is a real winner this season. Catch up on all the episodes.

A final note, the actor who plays Benny plays him with a laconic, creepy, sexual appeal and it really adds to the interest of the character. Again, Supernatural has improved this season in leaps and bounds.
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94 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Anastasia McPherson TOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 7, 2012
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After some of the missteps of the last couple of season of Supernatural, I had my worries about what a new season would bring, but if the rest of Season 8 lives up to the premier, my worries will have been in vain. I loved the opening and the set-up of the season long arcs and the introduction of new characters.

When we left Sam and Dean at the end of Season 7, Dean was in Purgatory and Cas had just disappeared, Kevin, the new prophet had been kidnapped by the always delightful Crowley, Bobby's soul had been set free in death and Sam was left all alone to find Dean, save Kevin and fight the Leviathons. It turns out that Sam did none of those things, a character choice that is sure to be controversial but that has some roots in past behavior and plots. Dean it seems may have been a very bad boy in Purgatory, a place he nicknamed Pure, no doubt because of the purity of the intent to survive that is necessary. It seems that in Purgatory, upon the disappearance of Cas, Dean teamed with a sexy, Southern vampire named Benny. Cas is dead or close enough to it to make no difference according to Dean and this forms the first mystery. Just what did happen to Cas and how did Dean get out of Pure? The viewer gets tantalizing glimpses of Dean and Benny's time in Purgatory via flashback.

Kevin has grown a lot in the last year mostly because necessity is the mother of invention and desperation is the father of survival. Kevin was kidnapped by Crowley and shown another tablet to translate. How he escaped Crowley and begged Sam for help is also shown in flashback.

Women, as always fare badly in the Supernatural universe with one death and one desertion in the first episode alone, but this seems to be the norm for Supernatural.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Melinda Kimberly on July 28, 2013
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Okay, I started watching this show because it was about two guys, in a car, killing the kinds of monsters that made me unable to watch horror films. And it was good, and therapeutic, because at the end of each episode, the scary-scary things were DEAD.

Then they brought a certain seraph into the cast and I was hook-line-and-sinkered. You might say my interest was raised from Perdition too.

Season 4: angsty, angel-y goodness.
Season 5: just keeps getting better
Season 6: not sure where they're going with this, but still worth the ride
Season 7: remembering that the series is good for many more reasons than just angels and demons.

And then I was stuck and had to buy Season 8. So let's talk about that choice:

Does Season 8 drag in places? Yes.
Does it have stupid crap in it? Yes.
Does it have moments that make me punch the air at the WIN involved? Absolutely.
Is it so meta in spots that it hurts? You bet.
Do I love the new additions to the cast? You bet your sweet bippy. Felicia Day FTW, among others.

So why 4 stars? Because I got to the last episode and swore like a sailor. For the first time in 3 years, I have to find some way to keep following this show. THAT was worth $40.

(Also, the chance to see Castiel go seriously archangel now and again? Well worth the price of admission.)

Excuse me while I go obsessively re-watch this.
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39 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Gillian Romain on April 1, 2013
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The eighth season has returned to focus on the relationship of Dean and Sam just as Jeremy Carver promised it would. The story arc of the tablets is the filler episodes and it is playing out over three years. Our brothers have struggled, but finally found one another again. That's the whole point of the season. It's well worth my time and money to watch this show/dvd's and judging by the ratings and the early renewal for a ninth season, I know I'm not alone. It's not every "little" show that can knock NBC out of the top slot...and Supernatural has.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By R. Wilson-Shore on June 16, 2013
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The two lead actors in this show, Jared Padalecki and Jenson Ackles, have the ability to do anything! The show shifts seamlessly between compellingly moving moments and laugh out loud humor due in large part to the great acting and writing on the show. A character driven dynamo, Supernatural blends action fantasy with subtle human emotion in every episode. The plots build and arc over each season, and I for one, cannot wait to see what happens next.
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