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It’s been years since the CW’s Supernatural ended. So why is it still such a phenomenon, and why are its fans stuck in a superhell love/hate relationship with it? What is Destiel, and why is its influence so large? Instead of trying to watch 15 seasons of TV to figure it out, join recovering SPN fans Ollie and Klaudia for their journey rewatching and recapping Supernatural so that you don’t have to. No Supernatural knowledge required.
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Monster of the Week is a creepy but necessary podcast covering each and every episode of the TV show Supernatural. We've got hunks, goofs, hunks, deep insights into the emotional state of two brothers and their relationship, HUNKS, and a bizarre and often irreverent (but somehow also extremely sincere) take on the world of #SPN. Join us, Chris Mosher and Jeremy Greer, as we discuss the good, the bad, and the hunks.
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Join Saer — a 21-year-old queer fangirl who spends too much on the internet — and Robert — a 48-year-old movie buff — as we look at queer representation in television and movies. Saer’s been in just about every fandom for at least a week, and Robert was an ally way before it was cool. We will examine notable LGBTQ+ characters, relationships, and popular crack-ships throughout history, including: Reddie, Destiel, Twillow, and many more. We will also talk about important history-making shows l ...
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Join Dr. Chrisha Anderson and Catherine McKenna for complex feelings, fangirling, and fun as they begin a second season of their Supernatural podcast--focused on the new series, "The Winchesters." With a pro-Destiel and queer Dean outlook, and special attention to LGBTQ+ content, they hope you'll come along for the ride. Special thanks and credit to our amazing contributors: Logo: Gio_Gui Music: VooDooBlooze Disclaimer: The information presented in this podcast is intended to be for entertai ...
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Have you ever been watching a movie or tv show and seen two characters (most likely cis men) have emotionally intimate, potentially sexually charged interactions, but the show or movie WILL NOT LET THEM KISS and it forces you, the viewer, to yell LET THE BOYS KISS! If yes, this might be the podcast for you! In each episode we'll explore a ship and ask (and answer!) the question: is it queerbaiting, queer coding, or queer canon? More generally, we'll also be using queerbaiting as a lens to ex ...
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Fangirlin' is a Supernatural podcast where we review and rave about anything and everything Supernatural related. From fanfiction to fandom discourse to episode reviews we will cover just about everything, as well as a few other minor obsessions we both can't help talking about.
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Join Klaudia and Ollie as they detail the events of Supernatural S4E11: "Family Remains" and S4E12: "Criss Angel is a Douchebag." Points of Interest: Misha Collins needs to get a job, giving Jared Padalecki an F slur pass, an 18 mile radius, Supernatural powerscaling TikTok, we can’t have monster anymore (because of woke), an evil version of Encant…
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Join Ollie and Klaudia as they make the trek through Supernatural S4E9: "I Know What You Did Last Summer" and S4E10: "Heaven and Hell." Points of Interest: Jensen Ackles’ legal team is coming for us, Garth never experiencing twink death, a second November 5th, Dean wiping down his groceries, questioning the mileage on the impala, Sam kissing ONE gu…
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We ran into a bit of a roadblock with the episode we originally planned to release this month, so we’ve decided to pivot. We're returning to the seas to cover Aubrey/Maturin from Peter Weir’s 2003 Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World. Between an unexpected topic and no episode at all, this was truly the lesser of two weevils. Follow the …
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Join Klaudia and Ollie as they give you an urgent update on queer television and cover Supernatural S4E8: "Wishful Thinking." Points of Interest: The fast fashion of anime, Ryan Murphy is going directly to Hell, a Young Sheldon fun fact, saving a baby from a pipe in the wall, Korra walked so Buck could run, “I entertain its possibility,” intended D…
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Join Ollie and Klaudia as they dive into Supernatural S4E6: "Yellow Fever," and S4E7: "It’s the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester." Points of Interest: Spinning straw into gold in a gay way, contact tracer Sam Winchester, “you’re never gonna beat rusty nail,” MCU-coded (not in a good way), life is an elaborate Dean Winchester cosplay, Musical.ly star J…
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The new status quo, artificially separating the characters so they don't communicate openly, Team Wille vs Team Simon, royalty vs politics, Simon's expectations and naivete vs Wille's expectations and naivete, predicting how the series will end. Plus, Wille vs holidays. And, should we change the name of the show to Bury Your Gays: The Podcast? ★ Su…
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Join Klaudia and Ollie as they explore Supernatural S4E4: "Metamorphosis," and S4E5: "Monster Movie." CONTENT WARNING: Conversations about SA at 37:50-42:35 Points of Interest: The Castiel drought, backsliding into Destiel, a modern interpretation of white Jesus Christ, Dean forgot how to mask while he was in Hell, the multiple meanings of AFAB, pr…
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Join Ollie and Klaudia as they obsess over Supernatural S4E2: "Are You There, God? It's Me, Dean Winchester," and S4E3: "In the Beginning." Points of Interest: The first official Destiel art, Dean’s Freudian slip, Sam getting lost in the sauce, Bobby has invested in gold, baby’s first theology lesson, Cas is Dean’s sneaky link, a rare moment of con…
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Join Chrisha and Catherine for a chaotic episode where all of the things that can happen in the background at Catherine's apartment do while they try to talk all about the music in the finale of The Winchesters. Topics range from just how exactly Dean did time- and universe-travel, to his kidnapping of the President of the United States, his intros…
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Join Klaudia and Ollie they attempt to coherently recap Supernatural S4E1: "Lazarus Rising." Points of Interest: A completely different brand of bad, Lazarus Rising-pilled, manifesting a Castiel tulpa, pandering to the dads in the audience, demon juice (AKA Panera lemonade), Klaudia’s grand reveal, Dean supports print media, the time-honored tradit…
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CONTENT WARNING: There is a discussion of suicide and suidical ideation as it pertains to the characters of Akrida Kyle & Lata from The Winchesters and Dean from Supernatural. Please be aware and kind to yourselves, Wayward Friends. The portion that discusses this content is from 3:33 to 8:48 and has been marked as a chapter so you can easily skip …
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In this episode, Chrisha and Catherine start the discussion with Jack and his odd behavior at the end of Supernatural and during The Winchesters' finale before moving on to talk about Baby, The Winchesters' title card and its connection to the Akrida, and the logistics behind Cas' absence. The conclude by reflecting on what was left unresolved and …
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In this episode, Chrisha and Catherine discuss how the car scene at the end of the episode should have been, as a giant infodump, dull--and yet it was not (thanks, Ackles and Thompson!). They also discuss the clapbacks to the Supernatural finale, how dying and going through the multiverse changed Dean, the John and Dean role reversals, how the conc…
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Join Ollie and Klaudia as they take on the Supernatural season 3 finale: "No Rest for the Wicked." Points of Interest: Bobby Serves (unlike Sherlock), we need SuperWhoLock fanfic writers now more than ever, Suby vs. Duby, CHUCKling, “slutty little Yoda”, sick Gale of Waterdeep reference, a neighborhood of Joe Bidens, Bon Jovi fan (derogatory), Dean…
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In this episode, Chrisha and Catherine catch up on what's been going on behind the scenes with each other, the writers' and actors' strikes and victories, the ongoing trash-fires at networks and streamers, and their gratitude to folks behind The Winchesters for giving fans a thoughtful and healing ending. The main part of the episode focuses on the…
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Join Klaudia and Ollie as they get into Supernatural S3E14: "Long-Distance Call" and S3E15: "Time Is On My Side." Points of Interest: The horror of the guy who made shrimp and mashed potatoes on a plane, “Can we not reference Hamilton right now?”, spoilers for Jared Padalecki’s life, Hbomberguy we know you’re listening, occulture, John “Dipshit” Wi…
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We know we said this episode would be out in January 2024, but we couldn't wait either. As a holiday surprise, here is the much requested ship update episode a little early. We're covering 4 ships from shows (Leverage, Loki, Our Flag Means Death, and Good Omens) that have had new seasons since we originally discussed them. If you want to skip aroun…
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Note: This is a re-release of Chrisha and Catherine's reaction episode to The Winchesters' finale, which was originally released on March 8, 2023. A full analysis of "That's No Way to Say Goodbye" will be released in January, 2024. In this raw audio episode, Chrisha and Catherine discuss their initial reactions to The Winchesters' season finale, "H…
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In this episode, Chrisha and Catherine look into the theme of mirrors and misdirection, which is particularly prevalent in this episode but has been a running theme throughout the series. They also examine the parallels this episode has with multiple episodes of Supernatural, which all look at the temptation of peace and happiness vs. facing the di…
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In this episode, Chrisha and Catherine talk about the penultimate episode of The Winchesters, "The Tears of a Clown." Topics include: the concern about Ada considering giving up her soul; Dean's narration about the lies we tell ourselves and what self-lies he might be confronting; Mary's addressing of issues and John's determined avoidance; Carlos'…
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In this episode, Chrisha and Catherine talk jackets and callbacks, Lata's relationship with Maggie, queer media texts, the implications of this being an autobiographical story (told from Dean's perspective), and the interesting messaging behind the song "You've Got a Friend", after which the episode is named. Central to the episode is their discuss…
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Join Ollie and Klaudia as they regale us with tales of Supernatural S3E12: "Jus In Bello" and S3E13: "Ghostfacers." Points of Interest: Union strikes create more Supernatural, Jensen is somehow the least problematic cast member, Dean’s year of nihilism, a failed language lesson, Hannigram Destiel AU, Dean can survive anything (except for a rusty na…
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In this episode, Chrisha and Catherine discuss the way that the series thus far has been a healing experience for many from Supernatural's finale, Mary's response to Betty and to John's arrest, the revelations about John while he's in police custody, Lata's journey of letting go of things that were not hers to carry, the monster of the week (Erebus…
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CONTENT WARNING: This episode includes discussions of Holocaust imagery and the medical and institutional history of targeting marginalized and oppressed groups for exploitation and experimentation. Please be mindful of your wellbeing when deciding to listen (Begins 19:14; Ends 30:18). In this episode, Chrisha and Catherine discuss the troubling el…
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This episode begins with a discussion of fate vs luck in "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" and the wider Supernatural franchise. Catherine and Chrisha then move on to monsters and gods, the differences between The Winchesters' vampires and the vampires from Supernatural (and what those differences might mean), and how the episode's music spoke into its …
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Join Klaudia and Ollie as they memorialize reaching Supernatural S3E11: "Mystery Spot." Points of Interest: Where is the Supernatural bottle episode?, Bill Cipher/Crowley, Dean Winchester once again enters his problematic era, you peed your pants and got hit by a car? There’s a gif for that, the woke mob has come for strawberry syrup, “I heard Sam …
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Hello and welcome to the trailer for Non Human Biologics, a podcast about The X-Files. Chris and Jeremy have podcasted about every single episode of Supernatural, every single episode of Merlin, and now they're turning their eyes to the skies in the hope of finding something looking back down at them. Every week they'll bring you a whole new episod…
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In this episode, Chrisha and Catherine discuss The Winchesters' episode "Cast Your Fate to the Wind," starting with the diversity presented behind the scenes and onscreen and moving on to the themes of free will versus fate and how what we think we see may not be the full story. They also talk about Mary's biggest fear, the progress between John an…
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In this episode, Chrisha and Catherine delve into what they've affectionately termed "the red string": trying to figure out what all the hints and mysteries behind each episode are leading to. Topics include: What the HELL was Chuck doing onstage in the episode?; Dean's mysterious reappearance and its implications for the series; Jojo's Insta live …
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We review the film version of Aristotle and Dante, including good use of a low budget, great performances, adaptation choices, autistic coding, machismo and violence, and the book sequel, and then we get sidetracked by the trailer for American Horror Story: Delicate getting us thinking about our favorite seasons of #AHS. ★ Support this podcast on P…
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We finish talking about The Magicians with Eliot's traumatic memories, our differing opinions on the Cruel World slo-mo moment and the Take on Me scene, Q's big question, the sacrifice trope, and the politics and optics of producers hiding stuff from their cast. Also, here's the Hale Appleman article we reference: https://www.out.com/television/201…
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Welcome to the feedback episode for The Winchesters! We are joined by the delightful Mary from Carrying Wayward to talk about all of our thoughts and feelings on the show. Then: your feedback! Stuff mentioned in the show: Lina's Good Omens podcast, The Apple of Truth. Katie's fanfic podcast, Making it Up as We Go Ellen's fanfic podcast, Mixtape Boo…
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This week we barely get into specifics of The Magicians, instead talking about #buryyourgays, fandom, characters being awful to each other, damaged people, trigger warnings, watching dark and repressing shows, and our differing viewing habits. (Also, here's Robert's rant about the season four finale: https://share.transistor.fm/s/ce35dcda) ★ Suppor…
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This is it hunks! The finale of The Winchesters, aka S01E13 - Hey, That's No Way to Say Goodbye, in which the Hunky Mysterious Stranger finally makes an appearance, we deal with the akrida once and for all, Carlos and Latika are sidelined (BOOOOO), but for the most part the show sticks the landing. Enjoy! Monster of the Week is on Patreon! If you w…
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Welcome back, friendos! This week we're talking about the penultimate episode of The Winchesters, specifcally S01E11 - Tears of a Clown, in which (guess what?!) we deal with more of John Winchester's feelings, Lata is a genius lore diver, and Chris doesn't know who Bozo the Clown is. WHAT THE HECK CHRIS. Monster of the Week is on Patreon! If you wa…
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Hello friends! We're back, this time with The Winchesters S01E11 - You've Got a Friend, in which John learns the phrase ACAB, Millie learns what Mary is really about, and Lata reveals a dark secret that isn't really a dark secret in our humble opinion. Also, everyone's favorite outtakes topic: technical difficulties. Monster of the Week is on Patre…
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