Samantha Highfill, Jonathon Dornbush, and Chancellor Agard
November 07, 2014 AT 12:00 PM EST

Sam and Dean Winchester have saved the world more than once, so we figured that the least we could do would be ranking every episode of Supernatural ever. From Sam and Dean’s first battle against the Woman in White to Lucifer’s son opening a rift to an apocalypse world, we left nothing out.

If you’re looking for our Top 40 picks, check out gallery No. 1, and for our Worst 10, head here. For everything in between, scroll down, relive the memories (and play a little “Carry On My Wayward Son” just to set the mood).

Here’s how the rest of the rankings stand:

41. “Ghostfacers”

Season 3, episode 13

When Sam and Dean come across the Ghostfacers for the second time, they’ve got their own reality show. Only, things get a little tricky when one of their own actually dies while staying the night in a haunted house. Sorry, Corbett. But at least we get to see Ed and Harry again, right?

42. “King of the Damned”

Season 9, episode 21

The battle for the crown of Hell is finally decided with a little help from the First Blade. Crowley shows off a little of his paternal side without losing a bit of menace, as Abaddon pulls his son out of time as a bit of blackmail against her nemesis. She unfortunately doesn’t account for Dean’s newfound power, though, and meets a gruesome end at his hands while Crowley keeps his head on straight. Literally. He’s allowed to.

43. “Do You Believe in Miracles”

Season 9, Episode 23

Metatron seems unstoppable in his quest to become the new God. He has the angel tablet on hand, and it takes Gadreel sacrificing himself to save Castiel so that someone can put an end to Metatron’s reign. Metatron’s hubris is used in a trick that causes him to lose his angel army, leading to his imprisonment—but not before he injures Dean enough to leave him for dead. That is, of course, until he wakes up with a pair of all-black demon eyes. That can’t be good.

44. “Pilot

Season 1, Episode 1

In the hour that kicks off everything, we’re introduced to the Winchester family on the day that Yellow Eyes kills Mary and John begins his quest for revenge. Jump forward 22 years, and Dean is picking Sam up from college to go look for their father, who’s gone missing on one of his “hunting” trips. By episode’s end, the brothers have defeated a Woman in White, and Sam’s girlfriend has met the same fate his mother did all those years before.

45. “Croatoan”

Season 2, Episode 9

A demonic virus has taken over a town, and when Sam gets infected, classic brother moments ensue. By episode’s end, Sam is healed and Dean leaves viewers with the cliffhanger of what John said to him before he died. (Hint: If you can’t save your brother, you’re going to have to kill him.)

46. “Heart”

Season 2, Episode 17

In one of the show’s most heartbreaking endings, Sam is forced to kill the woman he’s falling for when she realizes she’s a werewolf. So many tears are shed.

47. “First Blood”

Season 12, Episode 9

Sam and Dean make a deadly deal with Billie to escape the U.S. government.

48. “Faith”

Season 1, Episode 12

An important hour for the show, “Faith” marks the first real introduction of religion. Sure, it ends up being about a reaper, but with Dean’s life hanging in the balance, it packs an emotional punch.

49. “The Devil in the Details” 

Season 11, Episode 10

50. “Red Meat”

Season 11, Episode 17

Not your typical hour, “Red Meat” kicks off with Sam being shot and then allows the drama to unfold at a slower-than-usual pace by putting the boys in a survivalist scenario. It’s an approach the show hadn’t taken before, and one that worked beautifully to build suspense.

51. “Brother’s Keeper”

Season 10, Episode 23

52. “The Things We Left Behind”

Season 10, Episode 9

53. “LARP and the Real Girl”

Season 8, Episode 11

Not only does Charlie return, but Sam and Dean do a little LARPing.

54. “Hollywood Babylon”

Season 2, Episode 18

In the show’s first real attempt at comedy, Sam and Dean find themselves on a haunted film set. Aside: Every note the producer gives the director is something The CW told Supernatural at some point. And yes, by hour’s end, they kill the producer.

55. “Stairway to Heaven”

Season 9, Episode 22

56. “My Bloody Valentine”

Season 5, Episode 14

Sam uses his demon-blood powers to pull demon souls out of Famine and kill him. Also, Cas eats raw hamburger.

57. “In the Beginning”

Season 4, Episode 3

58. “On the Head of a Pin”

Season 4, Episode 16

59. “O Brother Where Art Thou?”

Season 11, Episode 9

60. “The Executioner’s Song”

Season 10, Episode 14

It’s the big battle between Dean and Cain, and — spoiler! — Dean comes out victorious.

61. “Who We Are”

Season 12, Episode 22

Sam takes out the British Men of Letters’ headquarters while Dean deals with Mary’s brainwashing by having a very emotional mother-son chat. Grab some tissues for this one!

62. “The Prisoner”

Season 10, Episode 22

63. “I Know What You Did Last Summer”

Season 4, Episode 9

The introduction of Anna is matched with Sam finally filling Dean in on his “connection” with Ruby. Yes, there’s sex.

64. “Goodbye Stranger”

Season 8, Episode 17

65. “The Real Ghostbusters”

Season 5, Episode 9

In brilliant meta fashion, the Winchester brothers head to a Supernatural fan convention. Hey, Chuck!

66. “I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here”

Season 9, Episode 1

67. “Heaven and Hell”

Season 4, Episode 10

After a demon and angel showdown, Dean begins to open up about his time in Hell.

68. “What Is and What Should Never Be”

Season 2, Episode 20

69. “All Along the Watchtower” 

Season 12, Episode 23

“Watchtower” introduces us to an intriguing parallel universe where Sam and Dean failed to avert the apocalypse, creating many possibilities for the show moving forward.

70. “Clip Show”

Season 8, Episode 22

Any TV episode titled “Clip Show” is one to be wary of, but Supernatural doesn’t phone it in, instead bringing back old characters as part of a new case.

71. “Let It Bleed”

Season 6, Episode 21

72. “Mommy Dearest”

Season 6, Episode 19

Eve meets her end in a dinner showdown. But the fight’s far from over as Castiel and Crowley meet up after all the bloodshed.

73. “Road Trip”

Season 9, Episode 10

Crowley (who apparently has demons infiltrating the NSA?) has to possess Sam to save him from Gadreel.

74. “Reading Is Fundamental”

Season 7, Episode 21

Not only do we meet the Tablets of God, but a new prophet is chosen: The soon-to-be-beloved Kevin.

75. “The Born-Again Identity”

Season 7, Episode 17

76. “Monster Movie”

Season 4, Episode 5

Murders begin taking the form of classic horror films–mummies, werewolves, and Dracula all seem to be to blame. But a shapeshifter with a penchant for Universal monster movies is the real foe.

77. “Folsom Prison Blues”

Season 2, Episode 19

The boys are thrown in jail, but that doesn’t stop demons from popping up in their lives. At least Dean knows how to fit in after watching all those classic prison movies.

78. “Safe House”

Season 11, Episode 16

Midway through season 11, Supernatural took a break from the Amara of it all with this episode, which featured the more than welcomed return of Bobby and Rufus via flashbacks that ran parallel to the present day storyline involving The Winchesters hunting a soul eater.

79. “Rock Never Dies”

Season 12, Episode 7

Castiel, Crowley, Sam, and Dean all work together to bring down Lucifer, who’s currently living his best life as a rock star.

80. “Meta Fiction”

Season 9, Episode 18

Sitting at his typewriter, Metatron finally tells his side of the story in a wonderfully crafted hour.

81. “Meet the New Boss”

Season 7, Episode 1

82. “Yellow Fever”

Season 4, Episode 6

Dean gets a virus that makes him scared of just about anything, including very small dogs. It’s another example of the show balancing drama—Dean might die—and comedy—and a cat might kill him.

83. “We Happy Few”

Season 11, Episode 21

It’s the biblical battle we’ve been waiting for the show to stage: Chuck, Castiel and angels, Crowley and the demons, Rowena and the witches vs. Amara, a.k.a. The Darkness. Yes, there was a cop out ending, but that didn’t stop the episode from feeling epic. 

84. “All in the Family”

Season 11, Episode 21

85. “The One You’ve Been Waiting For”

Season 12, Episode 5

Although we weren’t dying for the show to revisit the Nazis of the Thule Society, we’re glad they did because it led to this fun episode where Dean kills Hitler, who was resurrected in a new body. (And, “Dean killed Hitler” is a sentence we’ll never tired of writing). 

86. “Stuck in the Middle (With You)”

Season 12, Episode 12

Former trickster/archangel Richard Speight Jr. directs this exceedingly fun installment, which pays homage to Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs.

87. “Into the Mystic”

Season 11, Episode 11

88. “My Heart Will Go On”

Season 6, Episode 17

What if the Titanic never sank? Well, fate still has some souls to collect. More importantly, come on, Balthazar. What kind of angel could hate Titanic?

89. “Appointment in Samarra”

Season 6, Episode 11

Any appearance by Death is a good one, but this time, he decides to hand his powers over to Dean for a day. Oh, and Freddy Krueger himself, Robert Englund, pops up, just in case the episode wasn’t good enough already.

90. “Taxi Driver”

Season 8, Episode 19

While the idea that breaking into Hell only requires a taxi driving smuggler is a bit silly, the second trial proves to be no easy task. Meanwhile, Kevin can’t seem to get Crowley’s voice out of his head.

91. “Home”

Season 1, Episode 9

92. “A Very Supernatural Christmas”

Season 3, Episode 8

A good, yet fairly standard episode of the show is topped off when the brothers exchange Christmas gifts and enjoy some quality family time—eggnog included.

93. “There’s No Place Like Home”

Season 10, Episode 11

94. “Are you there, God? It’s Me, Dean Winchester”

Season 4, Episode 2

Horror hits home as Bobby’s home is overrun by ghosts as the brothers try to determine if Castiel is really an angel.

95. “Trial and Error”

Season 8, Episode 14

96. “The Devil You Know”

Season 5, Episode 20

The truth behind Yellow Eyes’ plans way back in season one return to haunt Sam as the brothers search for the final two Horsemen rings.

97. “It’s A Terrible Life”

Season 4, Episode 17

Zachariah sends Dean into a world where he’s got a job in corporate America and Sam works in tech support. And yet, inevitably, their fate finds them. Like most alternate realities, it makes for an entertaining hour worthy of the show’s Top 100.

98. “Freaks and Geeks”

Season 8, Episode 18

99. “Hunted”

Season 2, Episode 10

100. “The Great Escapist”

Season 8, Episode 21

Metatron’s first appearance doesn’t quite hint at the power grab he will soon make, instead helping the boys while Kevin tries to break free from Crowley.

101. “Book of the Damned” 

Season 10, Episode 18

102. “Regarding Dean”

Season 12, Episode 11

Dean’s hit with a spell that begins erasing his memory in an hour that’s both funny and, at times, devastating.

103. “Shadow”

Season 1, Episode 16

104. “Form and Void” 

Season 11, Episode 2

When Sam is infected by the Darkness, we’re introduced to Billie, the reaper who claims she’ll be the one to take the Winchesters when their time comes.

105. “Everybody Loves a Clown”

Season 2, Episode 2

While the truth of the episode’s title might be dubious, this episode has a smart blend of drama in John’s funeral (or the closest thing to it) and a case that forces Sam and Dean to become employees at a circus. The mix of tones shouldn’t work, but, unsurprisingly, Supernatural makes it fun.

106. “No Exit”

Season 2, Episode 6

107. “Fallen Idols”

Season 5, Episode 5

Sam wrestles with Gandhi before decapitating Paris Hilton. Thanks for this, Supernatural.

108. “We Need to Talk About Kevin”

Season 8, Episode 1

109. “I Believe the Children Are Our Future”

Season 5, Episode 6

This episode will always stand out for the introduction of Jesse, or as some refer to him, the Anti-Christ.

110. “Slumber Party”

Season 9, Episode 4

Any appearance by Charlie is a good one. Throw in the idea that Oz is a real place and Dorothy is actually a kickass hero and this episode leaves fans hoping that clicking their heels will bring them back to Oz just one more time.

111. “Weekend at Bobby’s”

Season 6, Episode 4

112. “Celebrating the Life of Asa Fox”

Season 12, Episode 6

In this episode, Sheriff Jodi Mills, Sam and Dean’s surrogate mother, meets the newly resurrected Mary Winchester at the funeral of a fallen hunter. 

113. “Ask Jeeves”

Season 10, Episode 6

Sam and Dean work a case that oddly feels like a game of Clue.

114. “Our Little World”

Season 11, Episode 6

115. “Hello, Cruel World”

Season 7, Episode 2

The Leviathan of it all hurts this episode’s credibility, but the return of Lucifer (in Sam’s visions) almost makes up for it.

116. “Devil May Care”

Season 9, Episode 2

117. “What’s Up, Tiger Mommy?”

Season 8, Episode 2

Who knew the supernatural could be so civilized as to hold an auction? Apparently they are in this episode, which also includes another appearance by the lesser-seen but just as fun to watch as her son, Mrs. Tran.

118. “Death Takes A Holiday”

Season 4, Episode 15

119. “Sam, Interrupted”

Season 5, Episode 11

120. “Bloody Mary”

Season 1, Episode 5

One of the series’ scariest episodes arrives in its first season, when the tale of Bloody Mary comes to life and makes people bleed from their eyes.

121. “The Vessel”

Season 11, Episode 14

122. “Bitten”

Season 8, Episode 4

In a very non-traditional hour, Sam and Dean stumble upon some video footage that shows the werewolf transition of three college students … and the one of them that survives it all.

123. “Salvation”

Season 1, Episode 21

124. “Soul Survivor”

Season 10, Episode 3

After a cat-and-mouse chase through the bunker, Sam saves his brother from being a demon.

125. “The Third Man”

Season 6, Episode 3

126. “Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid”

Season 5, Episode 15

127. “Heaven Can’t Wait”

Season 9, Episode 6

Once again proving they know how to have fun, the Supernatural writers make Cas human and force him to work at a gas station. Also, he babysits.

128. “Bad Boys”

Season 9, Episode 7

129. “As Time Goes By”

Season 8, Episode 12

130. “Hook Man”

Season 1, Episode 7

A classic example of the show’s early days as a mini-horror movie every week, “Hook Man” might not be the show at its best, but it helped defined the show’s monster roots.

131. “Jump the Shark”

Season 4, Episode 19

The episode lives up to its title, revealing that Sam and Dean aren’t the only Winchester brothers. But the family reunion isn’t exactly a fun time.

132. “Black”

Season 10, Episode 1

133. “Tall Tales”

Season 2, Episode 15

134. “The Curious Case of Dean Winchester”

Season 5, Episode 7

Dean turning into an old man thanks to a witchy poker game makes for a solid comedic hour that would’ve ranked higher if the competition weren’t so stiff.

135. “Scarecrow”

Season 1, Episode 11

136. “Hell House”

Season 1, Episode 17

The first appearance of the Ghostfacers isn’t something we’ll soon forget, but it’s not quite as classic as their other appearances.

137. “Don’t You Forget About Me”

Season 11, Episode 12

138. “Dream A Little Dream of Me”

Season 3, Episode 10

139. “Southern Comfort”

Season 8, Episode 6

Garth attempts to be the new Bobby, but Sam and Dean have concerns about a guy whose ringtone is “Jump” by Kriss Kross filling that role.

140. “Bedtime Stories”

Season 3, Episode 5

141. “After School Special”

Season 4, Episode 13

142. “Bad Day at Black Rock”

Season 3, Episode 3

143. “The Rapture”

Season 4, Episode 20

This hour takes a different look at the Winchesters’ world when Castiel has left his human vessel. It’s not one of the show’s best episodes, but it’s worthy of some recognition.

144. “Inside Man”

Season 10, Episode 17

145. “LOTUS”

Season 12, Episode 8

When Lucifer inhabits the body of POTUS, the Winchesters have to ask the British Men of Letters for help. Also, Lucifer impregnates a woman, so there’s that!

146. “The Foundry” 

Season 12, Episode 3

147. “A Little Slice of Kevin”

Season 8, Episode 7

148. “Hunteri Heroici”

Season 8, Episode 8

In a quasi-meta episode, deaths start occurring in a small town that have some strangely cartoon-like attributes. There are enough classic animation callbacks in the episode, including an actual 1-ton anvil, that you can just sense Wile E. Coyote waiting off screen for his cue.

149. “Season 7, Time for a Wedding!”

Season 7, Episode 8

150. “Swap Meat”

Season 5, Episode 12

151. “Frontierland”

Season 6, Episode 18

152. “Everybody Hates Hitler”

Season 8, Episode 13

The title is great. The premise is great. The actual excitement level of the golem isn’t what it could’ve been.

153. “Keep Calm and Carry On”

Season 12, Episode 1

154. “Out of the Darkness, Into the Fire”

Season 11, Episode 1

It’s the official introduction of The Darkness, both as a full-grown woman and a baby.

155. “Of Grave Importance”

Season 7, Episode 19

156. “Torn & Frayed”

Season 8, Episode 10

157. “Reichenbach”

Season 10, Episode 2

158. “The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo”

Season 7, Episode 20

If only Charlie’s introduction weren’t so entangled with all things Dick Roman, this episode would’ve ranked a lot higher.

159. “The Girl Next Door”

Season 7, Episode 3

160. “Like a Virgin”

Season 6, Episode 12

161. “About a Boy”

Season 10, Episode 12

When Hansel gets his hands on Dean, the eldest Winchester brother suddenly finds himself stuck in the body of his teenage self.

162. “Hell’s Angel”

Season 11, Episode 18

163. “#THINMAN”

Season 9, Episode 15

The thinman isn’t the most intriguing villain, but the parallels between Ed and Harry’s relationship and Sam and Dean’s are way too good to ignore.

164. “Live Free or Twihard”

Season 6, Episode 5

The show finally takes a full-on shot at Twilight, showing the massive book and film franchise how exactly vampires are supposed to act.

165. “Alpha and Omega”

Season 11, Episode 23

The season 11 finale sees the resolution of God and Amara’s conflict, but introduces a new one: the British Men of Letters. Then there’s the little ordeal of a resurrected Mary Winchester.

166. “Roadkill”

Season 2, Episode 16

167. “The Future”

Season 12, Episode 19

Viewers get the first glimpse of the Nephilim’s powers when Castiel channels the unborn child to kill Dagon.

168. “There’s Something About Mary”

Season 12, Episode 21

Family drama alert! A brainwashed Mary turns on her boys and helps sociopath Ketch seal them in the bunker without oxygen — because we needed another reason to not give Mary the Mother of the Year award.

169. “Simon Said”

Season 2, Episode 5

170. “Time After Time”

Season 7, Episode 12

The God of Time sends Dean back to the 40’s where he teams up with Eliot Ness, who just happens to be a hunter.

171. “Nightmare”

Season 1, Episode 14

172. “Mother’s Little Helper”

Season 9, Episode 17

173. “The Raid”

Season 12, Episode 14

Mary tries to convince Sam to join the British Men of Letters with a vampire hunt that goes sideways when the alpha vampire shows up.

174. “Captives”

Season 9, Episode 14

Kevin is back and he’s haunting the bunker, at least until Sam and Dean find his mom. Then, he can have the emotional farewell he always deserved. (Not that Dean’s manly cry wasn’t good enough, because it was.)

175. “Long Distance Call”

Season 3, Episode 14

176. “Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell”

Season 12, Episode 15

Yet another episode about one of the Winchester brothers keeping a secret from the other. This time it involves the British Men of Letters and a hellhound on the loose.

177. “Something Wicked”

Season 1, Episode 18

178. “Crossroad Blues”

Season 2, Episode 8

179. “Adventures in Babysitting”

Season 7, Episode 11

The introduction of Krissy is a solid moment in the show’s history, but not one of the most exciting.

180. “The Memory Remains”

Season 12, Episode 18

What starts as a normal hunt ends with Dean fighting Moloch, a god, in a freezer.

181. “Thin Lizzie” 

Season 11, Episode 5

182. “Hibbing 911”

Season 10, Episode 8

Jody Mills and Donna Hanscum bond at a sheriff’s retreat.

183. “Asylum”

Season 1, Episode 10

184. “Girls, Girls, Girls”

Season 10, Episode 7

185. “The Usual Suspects”

Season 2, Episode 7

186. “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester!”

Season 4, Episode 7

Halloween turns deadly and the angel Uriel proves not all angels are alike, as he shows a much more homicidal tendency than Castiel.

187. “Blade Runners”

Season 9, Episode 16

Dean holding the First Blade makes for some very mysterious drama, but we can’t quite look past the whole Snooki-is-a-crossroads-demon thing, though it is pretty hilarious.

188. “Sex and Violence”

Season 4, Episode 14

189. “The Kids Are Alright”

Season 3, Episode 2

Lisa and Ben’s first appearance is notable for obvious reasons, but let’s not forget all the creepy kids.

190. “Remember the Titans”

Season 8, Episode 16

Sam and Dean try to help out Prometheus by killing Zeus. Because, sure, that sounds like an easy enough goal in life.

191. “American Nightmare”

Season 12, Episode 4

192. “Rock and a Hard Place”

Season 9, Episode 8

The Winchesters join a chastity group to investigate a series of murders, but Dean has a little trouble paying attention to that word “chastity.”

193. “The Werther Project”

Season 10, Episode 19

194. “Angel Heart” 

Season 10, Episode 20

195. “Defending Your Life”

Season 7, Episode 4

196. “Sharp Teeth”

Season 9, Episode 12

Garth is back! But does he have to be a werewolf?

197. “Skin”

Season 1, Episode 61

198. “Mamma Mia”

Season 12, Episode 2

Mary Winchester rejoins the action when she teams up with Castiel and Dean to save Sam from the British Men of Letters.

199. “The Bad Seed” 

Season 11, Episode 3

Rowena is recruiting for a Mega Coven and “Uncle Crowley” is trying to inspire Amara to be evil, which includes having her watch some of Hitler’s speeches.

200. “Lily Sunder Has Some Regrets”

Season 12, Episode 10

Guest-starring Alicia Witt as a mother using Enochian magic to avenge the murders of her daughter and angel husband, this episode provides more information about Castiel’s pre-Winchester days.

201. “The Hunter Games”

Season 10, Episode 10

202. “I’m No Angel”

Season 9, Episode 3

203. “Slash Fiction”

Season 7, Episode 6

The Leviathans can’t help but be a nuisance, as two impersonate Sam and Dean and go off on a killing spree that lands the brothers on the FBI’s Most Wanted list.

204. “The British Invasion”

Season 12, Episode 17

If you wanted to learn more about Mick and Ketch’s backgrounds via flashbacks, then this is the episode for you. If you didn’t really care for either one of these British Men of Letters, then…

205. “Beyond the Mat”

Season 11, Episode 15

206. “…And Then There Were None”

Season 6, Episode 16

Eve’s appearance makes for good drama, but we’re not huge fan of the worm-in-the ear plot. However, Rufus’ death is worth noting. R.I.P.

207. “Survival of the Fittest”

Season 7, Episode 23

208. “Citizen Fang”

Season 8, Episode 9

209. “The Things They Carried”

Season 10, Episode 15

The dreaded Khan worm is back, and this time it’s messing with Cole.

210. “Halt & Catch Fire”

Season 10, Episode 13

211. “Dog Dean Afternoon”

Season 9, Episode 5

Dean acting like a dog is funny on some levels and just a bit too far on others.

212. “Twigs & Twine & Tasha Banes”

Season 12, Episode 20

Sam and Dean help twin witches Max and Alicia Banes find their mother, but the result is tragedy.

213. “The Chitters”

Season 11, Episode 19

214. “Party On, Garth”

Season 7, Episode 18

215. “Family Feud”

Season 12, Episode 13

In which Supernatural asks us to remember who Crowley’s time-displaced son Gavin is.

216. “Red Sky at Morning”

Season 3, Episode 6

217. “Fresh Blood”

Season 3, Episode 7

218. “Exile on Main St.”

Season 6, Episode 1

Coming back from the show’s best finale is tough, and try as it might, the season six premiere helps set the tone for an uneven season.

219. “Two and a Half Men”

Season 6, Episode 2

220. “Paper Moon”

Season 10, Episode 4

221. “The Purge”

Season 9, Episode 13

Sam as a yoga instructor is an image we’ll never forget. The episode, however, is slightly less memorable.

222. “Metamorphosis”

Season 4, Episode 4

223. “Provenance”

Season 1, Episode 19

224. “Plush”

Season 11, Episode 7

Sheriff Donna calls Sam and Dean when a man in a giant fuzzy mask commits murder.

225. “Criss Angel is a Douche Bag”

Season 4, Episode 12

The magicians make for an entertaining hour, but not one we feel the need to re-watch.

226. “Dead in the Water”

Season 1, Episode 3

227. “Dark Dynasty”

Season 10, Episode 21

228. “Love Hurts”

Season 11, Episode 13

229. “Wishful Thinking”

Season 4, Episode 8

Sam and Dean encounter a talking teddy bear. That’s really all you need to know about this episode.

230. “Blood Brother”

Season 8, Episode 5

231. “Family Matters”

Season 6, Episode 7

232. “Ladies Drink Free”

Season 12, Episode 16

Sam and Dean work with Mick to save Claire after she’s bitten by a werewolf.

233. “You Can’t Handle the Truth”

Season 6, Episode 6

The goddess of truth makes an appearance that ultimately leads to Sam admitting that he hasn’t felt like himself since returning from the cage. Hint: It’s because he doesn’t have a soul.

234. “Repo Man”

Season 7, Episode 15

235. “Malleus Maleficarum”

Season 3, Episode 9

236. “Phantom Traveler”

Season 1, Episode 4

The plane-crashing ghost is a fine twist but nothing particularly notable.

237. “Paint It Black”

Season 10, Episode 16

238. “Caged Heat”

Season 6, Episode 10

239. “Bloodlust”

Season 2, Episode 3

240. “How to Win Friends and Influence Monsters”

Season 7, Episode 9

Not only does Dick shoot Bobby, but there’s that whole unfortunate Turducken thing that ruined burgers of any kind for a while.

241. “Dead Man’s Blood”

Season 1, Episode 20

242. “There Will Be Blood”

Season 7, Episode 22

243. “Alex Annie Alexis Ann”

Season 9, Episode 19

An appearance by Jody Mills saves an otherwise average vampire episode that never manages to make us quite care about a girl caught between her vampire family and the rest of humanity. Instead, we only care about what Jody has to say.

244. “Houses of the Holy”

Season 2, Episode 13

245. “Sin City”

Season 3, Episode 4

246. “Time Is On My Side”

Season 3, Episode 15

We might have been able to live without the creepy zombie doctor, but at least Rufus and Bela both make an appearance.

247. “Heartache”

Season 8, Episode 3

248.”Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things”

Season 2, Episode 4

Remember the college student with the zombie girlfriend? Yeah, we sort of do.

249. “Playthings”

Season 2, Episode 11

250. “Family Remains”

Season 4, Episode 11

251. “Shut Up, Dr. Phil”

Season 7, Episode 5

Not even a Buffy the Vampire Slayer reunion can save this ho-hum episode about witches.

252. “Man’s Best Friend with Benefits”

Season 1, Episode 20

The title kind of says it all.

253. “Plucky Pennywhistle’s Magical Menagerie”

Season 7, Episode 14

254. “Unforgiven”

Season 6, Episode 13

An episode that feels like it’s spinning its wheels–or web–more than anything doesn’t do much to move the overall plot forward while pitting the brothers against a lame spider-like foe.

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