I know, it’s been a few days since the last episode of Supernatural‘s season 11 aired, but we haven’t come around to talk about it yet. But we wanted to; after all, this is what the entire season has been building up to. So here we are.
Spoiler alert! I’m just gonna be a d*ck and assume that everyone who watches Supernatural has already seen this episode. If you haven’t but still go on reading, you have been warned!
Guys, we had a fantastic weekend! PurCon 2 was on Saturday and Sunday, and, like last year, we were part of the staff. It was loads of fun, even though we’re really sore, exhausted, and hoarse now. But that’s about all the complaints we have about this weekend!
Before watching the latest Supernatural episode, I thought I would just do a collective post about the midseason premieres of the shows we did a collective midseason finales post. But then I watched “The Devil is in the Details“, and I changed my mind very fast. This episode deserve a post of its own – albeit a short one (I hope…).
This about sums up our reaction:
I’m sorry, though, I can’t do this one spoiler-free, because so many things happen in this episode that need to be talked about. So: spoiler warning!
I’m not really done processing this first episode of Supernatural, so there’s going to be a lot of babbling, probably. Sorry about that. But I do want to share my thoughts and reactions on the season premiere, so I’m doing this while it’s still fresh (I just watched the episode). And hope I won’t forget anything.
Spoiler Alert, though!
This week’s 5 Fandom Friday post was a bit of a challenge at first, because we don’t know that many aliens. But we found a couple, so here we go!
This weekend – June 6th & 7th – there was one of the first Supernatural conventions in Germany. Organized by Entertainment Events, it took place in the Hilton Hotel in Düsseldorf, and was “moderated” by this guy called Parviz, who apparently is a big deal in Germany, but we’ve never heard of him, so yeah…
Anyway, we were working there, and it was awesome. On Friday, June 5th we were working at the registration, which basically meant we had to give people their tickets, and on Saturday and Sunday, we were responsible for the entrance to the main hall, where all the panels were held. So, basically, we were checking people’s tickets, making sure everyone had one, and got to see the panels at the same time. So much for the introduction to this post. Continue reading