Monster Of The Week: A Supernatural Podcast

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

190 episodes of Monster Of The Week: A Supernatural Podcast since the first episode, which aired on December 25th, 2016.

  • Episode 33: Hunks and Henchman

    August 10th, 2017  |  Season 4  |  2 hrs 19 mins
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    We're getting there listeners...we are almost to the end of season 4. This week we cover episode 20: Rapture, in which we learn a lot about Castiel's host body, Jimmy, and Dean learns something important about Sam. Then it's on episode 21: When The Levee Breaks, which is mostly about Sam yelling at himself as he detoxes from the demon blizzy he's been sucking out of his terrible girlfriend for the better part of the year.

  • Episode 32: Sam's Gigantic Darks

    August 3rd, 2017  |  Season 4  |  1 hr 55 mins
    hunks

    This week we got ourselves into a little trouble, listeners. We normally cover three episodes of the show per podcast, but this week we spent over an hour talking about the first ep in our set. Because the other two episodes were also pretty meaty and important, and we didn't want to give the third one a less thorough treatment than the other two, we decided to keep it at two episodes. So, we start with The Monster at the End of this Book, in which Sam and Dean learns that there are worst fates than internet commenters: internet slash fic writers. Then we cover Jump the Shark, in which we meet a third Winchester brother and Dean gets mad jealous.

  • Episode 31: Soloflexing in the Girl’s Bathroom

    July 27th, 2017  |  Season 4  |  2 hrs 24 mins
    hunks

    Welcome back friends! This week, Season 4 delivers the goods. We learn so many things about our boys: exactly what Sam has been doing with Ruby behind closed doors, what Dean will do to get his revenge on Alastair, and finally, what the brother would do if they had never met each other. Spoiler: it's hunt ghosts. This week's episodes are Death Takes a Holiday, On the Head of a Pin, and It's a Terrible Life. If you're reading this, you probably care a bit more about podcasts than your average listener-come-lately, so be sure to check out Chris' artwork for this week (and this entire season!). It's amazing.

  • Episode 30: B.M.O.C.

    July 20th, 2017  |  Season 4  |  2 hrs 17 mins
    13, 4, 4.12, 4.14, after school special, criss angel is a douchebag, hunks, s4, sex and violence

    This week's podcast covers three episodes that takes the forward momentum that season 4 has had and SLAMS on the brakes. We don't think these are bad episodes, but taking a break from the meta plot for four episodes after 10 straight amazing episodes is a bit of a whiplash. That said, don't worry listeners: this is a great episode of the podcast and we squeeze every single brother-emotion out of each one. First up: Criss Angel is a Douchebag, in which our boys try to figure out what to do during a magician convention. Next, After School Special explores some of the depressing shit the Winchester brothers lived through as kids going to school, and also confirms that John Winchester is a terrible father. Finally, we wrap up with Sex and Violence and learn that Dean's ultimate fantasy is depressingly pedestrian. Like a said: a great episode of Monster of the Week.

  • Episode 29: Morning Curse

    July 13th, 2017  |  Season 4  |  1 hr 52 mins
    hunks

    What's that listeners? You want to listen to extended descriptions of Dean having sex in the backseat of an Impala with an angel of the gee dee LORD? Well, we're sorry. We don't do that here. Instead, we talk about each episode in detail and make a bunch of jokes in between. We start with I Know What You Did Last Summer, a fun episode about a woman tuned into Angel Radio, and continues into Heaven and Hell, when we find out Dean's right: angels are DICKS. Finally, the moment you've been waiting for: Chris and I (I'm Jeremy btw) don't agree on Family Remains, and it's a fun argument. lol jk we never argue about anything, I'm too nice and Chris is too sweet.

  • Episode 28: These Stellar Looks Are No Blessing

    July 6th, 2017  |  Season 4  |  1 hr 54 mins
    hunks

    We're back with more season 4, y'all! This week we cover episode six, seven, and eight, starting with Yellow Fever, and episode notable for the dumbest way to kill a ghost and also the dumbest way a ghost kills someone. Then we get right into It's the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester, in which an ancient demon is summoned, Dean calls an angel a dick, and Sam goes dark side (for like the eighth time). Finally, we discuss Wishful Thinking, in which a teddy bear wishes for an end to the unbearable agony of existence, a nerd wishes for a girl, and Dean wishes for a sandwich. This is a good one folks!

  • Episode 27: Porky's 2 is Woke

    June 29th, 2017  |  Season 4  |  1 hr 58 mins
    hunks

    Hello listeners! Today Chris and Jeremy continue their journey through the amazing season 4. First up is In the Beginning, in which Dean Winchester is transported back in time to find out how hot his mom is (his words!). Second is Metamorphosis, an episode about someone turning into a monster and not being to stop themselves from killing the people they love, plus a Rugaru is there. Finally, we talk about Monster Movie, a delightful tale of a shapeshifter comfortable enough in their gender identity to be a woman, a dracula, a mummy, or a werewolf.

  • Episode 26: 2 Broke Demons

    June 22nd, 2017  |  Season 4  |  1 hr 56 mins
    hunks

    Welcome to season four! From talking with our listeners, I know all of you are pretty excited for this season. It has some of the best episodes of the series, introduces an extremely important character, and continually ramps up our meta-plot in a very enjoyable way. First up: Lazarus Rising, which answers the question of just how the heck Dean is going to get out of Hell (OR IS HE???). Then we talk about Are You There God? It's Me, Dean Winchester, which is another great episode if you like angels that are scary as all hell. Enjoy!

  • Episode 25: Every Kiss Ends in Graves

    June 15th, 2017  |  Season 3  |  1 hr 26 mins
    hunks

    Hello friends! Last week we finished Season 3 off, so this week's episode is all about you, and your responses. We are joined by friend-of-the-show Audrey Lee at the start to wrap up our thoughts about the season and also play a little game of F&*% Marry Hunt. After a short musical break, Chris and Jeremy answer questions about the show, werewolf sex, and a whole lot of other stuff besides. Thank you everyone for writing in!

  • Episode 24: How Shredded is the Werewolf?

    June 8th, 2017  |  Season 3  |  1 hr 37 mins
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    We did it! Another season down. This week we cover the last two episodes of Season 3: "Time is on My Side" and "No Rest for the Wicked." Both of these episodes seem extremely rushed, a victim of the industry-wide writer's strike that happened the year season 3 was coming out. We get into it in the episode, but Bela's arc specifically seems cut short to the point where it almost doesn't even make sense. Then, in the finale, there's one HELL of a cliffhanger. [Editors note: remember to insert one million winking emojis here before publishing].

  • Episode 23: DEAN PLZ

    June 1st, 2017  |  Season 3  |  1 hr 42 mins
    hunks

    Hello everyone! This week's episode of Monster of the Week covers three great (?) episodes of Supernatural Season 3. First up is Jus in Bello, the pronunciation and meaning of which Chris and Jeremy argue over for at least 45 minutes. Second is GHOSTFACERS, and that's all that needs to be said about that. Finally, Long Distance Call, which starts out genuinely creepy and then melts into just kinda dumb. They can't all be winners, folks.

  • Episode 22: Stop Trying To Make Hex Happen

    May 25th, 2017  |  Season 3  |  2 hrs 18 mins
    hunks

    On this week's Monster of the Week, we go Back in Time to visit the Heat of the Moment. That's right! It's time for Mystery Spot, easily the best episode of the series so far. To get there, first we need to cover "Malleus Maleficarum" which Chris told me meant "hammer witches" and I'm pretty sure definitely doesn't mean that. Then we get into "Dream a Little Dream of Me," in which Bobby has a dream and the boys have to hunt it. I wish I was kidding. Finally, Mystery Spot, in which Dean dies ONE HUNDRED TIMES. It's nuts, and it's great.

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