6 Things That Supernatural Fans Shouldn’t Know About


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Fans can be obsessive at times Being passionate about your favorite TV show, book, is one thing, but drugging your beloved character and tricking him in marrying you is a whole different of crazy. Becky is a crazy passionate fan of Supernatural books so when she found out the books and the characters are real, her obsession reached new heights. In order to get her love Sam Winchester, she used the help of a witch to create a love portion through which she drugged Sam and married him without his consent. She had Sam tied to the bed at her parents’ cabin. While the entire ordeal can be viewed comical due to the light hearted tone of the episode, but imagine what it would have been like if the roles were reversed.


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The character of Cole Trenton appeared in the Season 10 of Supernatural. Having witnessed Dean Winchester fighting his father as a kid, he grew up as Marine, spent years training and getting himself ready to hunt down the elder Winchester. Actually his father was a monster and Dean disposed him in order to protect Cole and his family from their monstrous father. Apparently, the actor allegedly made inappropriate advances and comments online. And when some fans stood up against him and tried ‘exposing’, they were blocked by him, and were labelled ‘liars’. The actor Travis Aaron Wade has denied all the allegations. He revealed that his Twitter handle was hacked and he didn’t make any of those comments. Someone else used his account who did all the flirtatious chats.


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Another biggest criticism of Supernatural is the show’s lack of diversity. The show ran for 15 Seasons and over 300 episodes, but it only featured only a handful of characters of different ethnicities and races. The diverse characters featured on the show either turned out to be the evil villains or they met their fate tragically. Take for example, the characters such as Raphael, Uriel, Gordon, Jake, they all turned out to be evil villains and ended up meeting their demises. Other characters such as Missouri, Rufus, who weren’t evil also met a tragic fate thanks to writers. We didn’t see any Asian character on the show up until the Tran Family was introduced and they also met a tragic fate. What do you guys think? Is it just a strange coincidence or the writers purposely wanted to prioritize the only certain characters only?

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