Monster Of The Week: A Supernatural Podcast

A creepy, but necessary, podcast covering the TV show Supernatural.

About the show

Monster of the Week's goal is to cover the entire Supernatural TV show before the hosts die or get bored. So far we (Chris and Jeremy, who map onto Sam and Dean in frightening ways) haven't died or gotten bored yet, so we're doing good. We take a light hearted look at the show we all so dearly love, so you'll get a mix of "did they really need to show all that nipple action?" along with our detailed discussion about Dean's emotional issues on any given episode. Shipping people, exaggerating things, the fandom business.

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Episodes

  • 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
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    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
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    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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  • Episode 21: Hungry For Sam Hog

    May 18th, 2017  |  Season 3  |  1 hr 44 mins
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    The week, Chris and Jeremy set sail for the high seas and board the Black Pearl in search of women, revenge, and treasure. They are joined this week by Captain Jack Sparr- wait, that's not right. Let me try this again: this week your boys are back and are ready to tackle three very odd Supernatural episodes. First up: GHOST SHI-uh, I mean "Red Sky at Morning," which is about GHOST SHIPS and Sam getting hit on by CLASSY LADIES and Dean getting hit on by Bella. Next we jump into "Fresh Blood" and we catch up with friend of the show, Gordon B. Lurkin, who is somehow out of prison and on the hunt for Sam and Dean. Also: a lil bit o' the good ol' ultra violence, mate. Finally, we wrap up this week's episode with "A Very Supernatural Christmas," which does something truly gross with Sam's fingernails. I wish I was kidding.

  • Episode 20: Big J's #1 Fan

    May 11th, 2017  |  Season 3  |  2 hrs 14 mins
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    Chris and Jeremy continue their S3 coverage, and this week it's a wide swing of episodes. We start out with the fantastic "Bad Day at Black Rock", in which Sam loses a shoe and Dean loses $15,000. The we get into "Sin City," which is an ok episode that features one tragically underused guest. Finally, it's "Bedtime Stories" and frankly, the less said about that episode the better. Be sure to check out Monster of the Week Dot Cool for all your hunky needs.

  • Episode 19: Dean Stayed Strong, But I Didn't

    May 4th, 2017  |  Season 3  |  1 hr 23 mins
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    After a brief break to answer some hilarious questions, Chris and Jeremy are back, and starting into Season 3. First up, Sam and Dean fight the Seven Deadly Sins in "The Magnificent Seven", an average episode at best. Next they jump to the outstanding "The Kids are Alright", which is good mainly for our first glimpse into how a kid version of Dean would act in the real world. Spoilers: it's ADORABLE.

  • Episode 18: LEGIT R.I.P.

    April 27th, 2017  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 34 mins
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    Hello hunks! This week we're taking a break from main season coverage to answer your questions. Before we get to those, though, we have a special guest: Joanna! Joanna is a big fan of the show, both the TV show and the podcast, and is one of our earliest fans. We chat with her about season 2, shipping, and why Sam sucks (lol j/k but really he does). After Joanna leaves, Chris and Jeremy tackle your questions, including several varieties of F**k/Marry/Kill, the best Sam haircut, and dreamboats. It's a great episode folks, but really, aren't they all?

  • Episode 17: Dad's Diary

    April 20th, 2017  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 21 mins
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    It's here! Chris and Jeremy finally finish up coverage of S2. Only 260 more episodes of Supernatural to cover before this podcast is finally over and they can go back to their daily lives. Hahahaha yeah right like either of those guys have lives, amirite?! Anyway, the first episode is "All Hell Breaks Loose Pt. 1" and it starts off with a (self) bang. Don't worry, that will make more sense once you listen to the episode. After that it's straight into the finale for "All Hell Breaks Loose Pt. 2," where Dean has to make a dangerous deal and the amount of secrets the boys have from one another literally doubles in one episode.

  • Episode 16: Get Out of Djinn Free Card

    April 13th, 2017  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 53 mins
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    Man, when we named this show Monster of the Week, we had no idea how many weekly monsters we'd be talking about. The Supernatural episodes we cover this week don't really tie us into the main plot, but they are FUN. First up, "Hollywood Babylon", where Dean finds his one true calling as a production assistant. Second is "Folsom Prison Blues", in which Dean finds his second true calling as a lifer. Finally, we get into "What Is and Never Should Be...", in which Dean finds is THIRD true calling as the drunk of the family. I hope you like Dean, because this is a Dean heavy episode.

  • Episode 15: Enemy Brothers

    April 6th, 2017  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 47 mins
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    We're back this week to answer the most important questions: is it ok to have sex with a werewolf? Will Chris defend Sam putting the moves on a werewolf? Find out in this week's episode, Enemy Brothers

  • Episode 14: TRUSTNO1 to Clean Clocks

    March 24th, 2017  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 37 mins

    Chris and Jeremy are back with more Supernatural coverage, slowly but surely making their way through season 2. This week's episode starts with out with a bang in "Night Shifter", as Sam and Dean chase down a shapeshifter into robbing banks and impersonating dead bodies. Then it's on to "Houses of the Holy", where the boys have a crisis of faith and argue way too much. Finally, we delve into "Born Under A Bad Sign", in which Sam disappears, only to show back up with a new, spicy attitude.

  • Episode 13: They Saved the People But Forgot to Hunt the Things

    March 23rd, 2017  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 44 mins
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    The boys are back, but unfortunately we're missing one boy. Stephen is taking a break from the show a bit, so it's up to Chris and Jeremy to hold it down and cover our next three episodes. Good thing they're all three great episodes to talk about. First up: "Croatoan", in which Sam and Dean discover that demons have taken over a whole town and somehow made everyone's blood smell like sulphur. Then we move onto "Hunted", and see the return of everyone favorite horrible person, Gordon B. Lurkin. Finally, we briefly get into "Playthings", but it doesn't have much really necessary plot to talk about outside of a super drunk Sam. Nice!