Ranking the top 5 moments from “Supernatural” season 14 episode 5: “Nightmare Logic”

Happy Friday TV fans!  After watching the CW’s Supernatural season 14 episode 5, I learned that it is possible for your parents to over share even though you want them to be happy.  Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet.  In last night’s episode, “Nightmare Logic,” Sam and Dean are concerned about a hunter named Maggie who goes missing.  Meanwhile, sparks fly between other Bobby and Mary and more of Michael’s plan is revealed.  My top 5 moments from Supernatural season 14 episode 5 are:


“We got a shot at bringing her back home.”

In the beginning of the episode, we learn that Maggie has gone missing, but Sam has incorporated some tech savvy equipment to help track her down.  Maggie was attacked by a ghoul, which is confusing to Sam and Dean, especially since ghouls don’t typically attack the living.  Either way, they are ready to track down the lead and try and help save her before it’s too late.


“You gotta be kidding me.”

After Sam and Dean pretend to be from the historical society to get some more information, they are in for a surprise when they learn that other Bobby and Mary have already arrived.  Sure enough they are claiming to be from the exact same historical society, but I guess great minds really do think alike.  Although other Bobby does point out that the “main office is run by bunch of idjits.”


“I’m doing what you told me to.”

Dean soon realizes that they are dealing with a Djinn, which we have seen before on earlier episodes.  Dean has had his own fair share of encounters with them and he does not take this threat lightly.  The Djinn is under the impression that Dean is still Michael and is confused, explaining that he is just carrying out his orders.  We learn that Michael is enlisting monsters to take out hunters, which puts the Winchester brothers in serious danger along with some of their closest friends and family members.  The Djinn further explains that he was promised an “upgrade” if he was able to follow through, which furthers the idea that Michael is interested in creating a world of super monsters, but what does he gain by doing so?


“You are not allowed to give up on me.”

Mary has a nice chat with Sam and opens up about her feelings for other Bobby.  Perhaps she is over sharing a little bit too much, as Sam seems slightly uncomfortable, but ultimately he does want his mother to be happy.  Later in the episode, the sparks continue to fly and Bobby opens up to Mary about losing his son.  While I’m still not sure how I feel about these two just yet, it would be nice for someone to get a chance at living happily ever after.  We’ll have to stay tuned to see how this unfolds, however.


“You did this.”

Sam and Dean are able to rescue Maggie and everyone is so excited to see them return home safely.  Dean reminds Sam, “You did this.”  Dean may not have been that impressed by Sam’s “Hunter Five-0” approach initially, but he now sees that his brother is truly making a difference.  Sam reminds Dean again that he is not to blame for Michael’s actions and we are once again set up for that plot to continue.  Overall, I was slightly underwhelmed by the episode.  Not that much happened and it paled in comparison to last week’s super fun Halloween episode.  Let’s hope that we can get back on track now and enjoy some fun times with our favorite brothers on television.  Stay tuned!

I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own thoughts and theories on Supernatural in the comments section below.  Happy viewing!

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