At least we know if the guys were to ever go away for good, we have an amazing group of hunters who can really kick some ass.
On Supernatural Season 13 Episode 10, the guys are still missing in the land of the unknown, but thankfully badass Jody was quickly on the case -- along with a few familiar faces.
Why the heck did it take so long to come up with a pilot surrounding Jody?
The whole Bloodlines storyline had great potential, but it never struck the right chord with fans. There was never in real investment with the character they introduced, but thankfully they turned things around quickly a decision to focus on someone the fandom truly loves.
While I have never been the biggest fan of Claire, I enjoyed the way she just barged in on the monsters with guns blazing to save the girl.
She has grown as a hunter, but I understood where Jody was coming from. Jody sees Claire as her daughter, and she doesn't want to see anything terrible happen to her.
Furthermore, if I had a woman come to my home, whose known to have pretty accurate visions, tell me someone I care about is going to die I'd lock them in their room. Claire's been extremely stubborn, but she should have given Patience a chance to explain things a little bit more instead of just shutting her down completely.
Was anyone else having visions of Sam and Dean when it came to Claire and Alex? I found myself enjoying the back and forth bantering between the two of them. I was pleased to see Alex putting her life together, and trying to add some bit of normalcy to her life; though we all knew it wasn't going to last very long. Poor Alex.
It was incredibly convenient Kaia would be the Jane Doe to show up at the very hospital Alex worked at, but hey, we gotta move the storyline somehow. At least she was able to offer up some clues as to what kind of world Sam and Dean had fallen into.
I wasn't shocked to see Claire and Kaia bonding. Claire has been through a lot through the years, and it wasn't difficult to see some of Claire in Kaia. Kaia was a scared young woman who had no one to protect her -- essentially she was Claire from a few years ago when she wanted no help from Sam, Dean, and Castiel.
Who else loved when Patience proved to Claire her visions were real?
Even though the house was destroyed, it was wonderful seeing Patience prove she wasn't a fake. I'm looking forward to them fleshing out her character more because her powers have proven to be extremely useful to everyone. Who doesn't want a psychic on their team?
Of course, my favorite moment had to be when Donna showed up. There's just something about Donna which makes me smile. Case in point, when she goes into her trunk to get something from her arsenal, her response for having all those guns was because she is from Minnesota.
You can't help but laugh at the things she says, but also respect her as a hunter.
Who knows how to use a flamethrower?Donna
While I knew Jody would ask Claire to stay behind -- the whole death prophecy had everyone on edge -- she had to know Claire would eventually show up at the abandoned building.
When it came down to it if Claire had stayed behind it didn't mean Patience vision would just never come true. Claire wanted to be there for the guys especially after the numerous times they have saved her.
Was anyone else a little irritated with the way Kaia was killed? The poor girl had maybe one day to have some happiness, and then bam, she's dead.
I was hoping we'd get more on her backstory. I'm also disappointed we won't see more bonding between her and Claire. It also wasn't a huge shock when the person in the hood turned out to be Kaia -- it made the most sense.
It was also disappointing not seeing more of the other world. I was kind of hoping the guys would have been stuck there for at least another episode to see more exploration of the world. Guess we will just have to count on Jack to save Mary now.
In the end, it was pretty heartwarming seeing the ladies comes together and have a nice dinner. The chemistry between all the actors is wonderful. I have to say they hit it out of the park with this backdoor pilot.
Now it's your turn to tell me what you think. Did you think this was a good introduction to Wayward Sisters? Do you want to see more from these ladies? Do you think it was premature to kill Kaia? Let me know what you think, and what you would have changed, in the comments below.
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Samantha McAllister was a staff writer for TV Fanatic. She retired in November 2018.