Supernatural don t call me shurley

Supernatural: Don't Call Me Shurley Review

supernatural don t call me shurley

Amara unleashes a dark fog on a small town that causes everyone to go mad. Dean and Sam realize this is a stronger version of the original black vein virus.

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Don't read on if you haven't seen the episode. I swear to Chuck I am not kidding you this is a rather big spoiler. It was in season 4 when the entire premise of Supernatural took a major shift away from monsters and demons to delve into the truly spiritual. At the time, the appearance of Castiel, an actual angel, was crazy to imagine. To that point, we'd seen maybe one heavenly intervention, but the prospect of a good force out there helping on the sidelines was mystical and hard to fathom. Later, Cas basically became part of the group, and the storylines of angels, demons, prophets and ancient prophecies became ordinary in a show that once tackled Bloody Mary. The Winchester boys were definitely the B-story in this episode, taking a back seat to the more important conversation between Metatron and Chuck.

Metatron is still struggling with his human existence, his only companion a dog he ruefully passes his food to. In the beginning, there was a writer. Chuck wryly smiled and disappeared in a flash of light at the end of the fifth season finale, Swan Song. Ever since that moment and his brief cameo in the th episode, rumours and theories have persisted that Chuck is, in fact, God. With a flash of light, Chuck is finally, officially revealed as God himself. His creation is the story of human life and development and much of the troubles within the show have been because he has set those stories in motion and then abandoned them for his own pleasures. His indifference has been his defining trait.

God has arrived, and he's ready to tell his story. But the main story of the episode resides with Metatron and the big man himself. At first, Metatron cannot figure out why Chuck of all people would be in this bar. So with that, Chuck reveals himself. So in that moment, Chuck identifies himself as God. Metatron quickly drops to his knees something that has always made God uncomfortable before God asks to simply be called Chuck. When it comes to why Chuck brought Metatron to the bar, we get a shot of a manuscript.

Supernatural recap: Don't Call Me Shurley

Don't Call Me Shurley is the 20th episode of Season It aired on May 4th,

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  1. Clodoveo A. says:

  2. Olimpia Z. says:

    Don't Call Me Shurley is the 20th episode of Season Dean and Sam realize this is a stronger version of the original black vein virus Amara previously unleashed. When he gets closer, and the man turns, it's Chuck Shurley (or Carver Edlund, as Metatron assumes him to be).

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