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SUPERNATURAL SEASON 8 EPISODE 22 WATCH ONLINE FREE

SUPERNATURAL SEASON 8 EPISODE 22 | WATCH SUPERNATURAL SEASON 8 EPISODE 22





Episode Name:
Clip Show
Air date:
5/8/2013
Summary:
Sam and Dean reunite with Castiel. Digging through the Men of Letters’ files, they stumble upon an undiscovered film which could be the key to the third trial. Metatron enlists Cass to mull over problems at home. Meanwhile, Crowley digs into Sam and Dean’s past.

 
My favourite thing about this episode was the reveal of Castiel’s hide-and-seek game with Naomi, which involved travelling from one Biggersons restaurant to another. Because of their ‘sameness’, the angels couldn’t track him down to an exact restaurant, so decided to slaughter the entire clientele of one just to stop him. It’s a powerful image, even by this show’s standards, and Castiel doesn’t come off too well from his subsequent encounters with Naomi and Crowley. Cleverly, he hid the angel tablet in his own gut, but Crowley had no qualms about reaching in and pulling it out. It looks like Dean is going to have yet another invalid in the Impala.

This week’s episode also contained the necessary exposition dump from key player Metatron, who explained the current mood of the angels to Sam and Dean. The stuff about storytelling and free will was interesting, and reminded me a lot of Chuck. I’ve still not given up on Chuck’s return and reveal as God by the end of the show, by the way – for me, that would be the only sensible way to end it. Right now, though, the angels want the tablets so they can gain power in God’s absence, and the newly reformed gang will have to complete the third trial (curing a demon) before crap hits the fan.  

Going forward, it’s lovely to have Castiel, Kevin, Sam and Dean back together again, and an extra angel can’t do them any harm either. Unlike at this time last year, I’m actually looking forward to seeing what will happen in the season finale, and hope that the show doesn’t cop out of closing the hell gates. What happens next, or “what the world will look like” as Metatron wonders, would be very interesting to see and, if we don’t get the chance, then the writers are going to annoy a lot of people. I’d also like to see a demon other than Crowley be cured, but can’t recall one that we like enough now that Meg has departed.