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How the Winchesters got their groove back.
Desperate to get back to their old selves for the inevitable battle to end all battles with god, the Winchesters are off to Alaska on a quest to get their luck back. Back at the bunker, Castiel gets home but finds nothing but a note from Sam letting him know where they went. Moments later, the bunker gets a phone call.
Let's get ready to rumbllllllleeeee.
It's a normal day in Lebanon, Kansas as Dean runs errands and Sam gets dinner ready back at the bunker. Everything seems fine until Dean tries to pay for his snacks and beer when his golden ticket credit card from Charlie is declined and Sam ruins dinner. It's a few minor things going wrong but Dean feels like something is definitely up.
What is the world without god?
After playing into Chuck's hands, Sam and Eileen find themselves tied to chairs inside a casino. Chuck has them right where he wants them and intends to sever the connection he shares with Sam. To do that, he needs to cut into Sam's wound with a scalpel.
The return of Adam Milligan... and the archangel Michael.
It took them a while, but Dean finally has an idea on how they can find god's weakness – the demon tablet. With that, they bring it to the single, soulless prophet of the lord in Donatello.
How Dean got his groove back.
Sick of sitting around the bunker while Sam and Eileen make googly eyes at each other, Dean has found a case in Texhoma, Texas where a woman claims that her friend, Angela Sullivan, went to the rapture when she turned around.
The best friends are never truly gone.
Though the Winchesters have been searching for a case, it's been pretty quiet and Chuck has yet to show up on the radar. While out on a run to clear his head, Sam sees something strange begin to materialize – none other than their former friend and hunter, Eileen Leahy.
Old foes, new bodies.
When some people are strangely killed by mountain lions in Colorado, Dean has spotted another case for the Winchesters. After arriving in tin, the boys talk to the local sheriff who points them to the one survivor from the attack, Ashely Monroe. Ashley tells Dean that she saw a man with fangs and claws and can even identify him – if he can protect her.
Vampires hunting cheerleaders. That sucks.
After waking from a strange dream where he embraced his demon-blood drinking ways, Sam finds himself back in the bunker; safe but troubled. Not taking no for an answer and determined to get back the horse, Dean has found them a case in Beaverdale, Iowa where a young girl was found torn apart.
Comic Gavin Matts has had a pretty good last couple years.
Hawksley Workman has been making albums since the late 90s (his first full-length, For Him and the Girls, came out in 1999) and he's been releasing new music every year or 2 since then.