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We're going back to the beginning of the road and watching Supernatural from the beginning. For your host Liz, it's probably her fifth time through. For your other host Diana, it's her first. She claims she was scared. Naturally as a supportive friend, Liz will attempt to exploit this fear as much as possible. We also dive into the spooky spook in the show in whatever way we want - occult, folklore, true crime, shopping, GAME SHOWS?

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    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

We're going back to the beginning of the road and watching Supernatural from the beginning. For your host Liz, it's probably her fifth time through. For your other host Diana, it's her first. She claims she was scared. Naturally as a supportive friend, Liz will attempt to exploit this fear as much as possible. We also dive into the spooky spook in the show in whatever way we want - occult, folklore, true crime, shopping, GAME SHOWS?

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    8:01 We Need to Talk About Kevin

    8:01 We Need to Talk About Kevin

    We're back to talk about SPN Season 8, Episode 1 "We Need to Talk about Kevin." Liz hates on Sam's Season 8 hair a lot. Kevin Tran is the shiznet. Also Diana has to match the CW 2012 line-up promo with the show. Is it Gossip Girl? Vampire Diaries? Play along and find out.
    Research Links
    8.01 We Need to Talk About Kevin - Super-wikiThe CW's 2012-13 Lineup: The Complete List - TheWrap


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    • 55 min
    8:02 What's Up, Tiger Mommy?

    8:02 What's Up, Tiger Mommy?

    Is Dean Winchester a psychopath? Can Diana tell the difference between Pluto, Pluto, Plutus? How much do we love Lauren Tom as LInda Tran? And yessss Steeewart. This week - SPN, Season 8, Episode 2 - What's Up Tiger Mommy?
    Research Links
    8.02 What's Up, Tiger Mommy? - Super-wikiPluto | Disney Wiki | FandomPlutus: The Ancient Greek Embodiment of Wealth and Abundance - Symbol SagePlutus • Facts and Information on the God PlutusPlutus | God of Wealth, Riches & Abundance | BritannicaPlutus - WikipediaPluto – MythopediaPluto: A Complete Guide to the Ruler of the Dead (2023)


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    • 1 hr 3 min
    8:03 Heartache

    8:03 Heartache

    AI Show Notes
    Summary
    In this episode, Diana and Liz catch up on their recent activities and discuss rockabilly and swing dancing. They then review Season 8, Episode 3 of Supernatural, titled 'Heartache,' and discuss the cultural implications of the episode. The conversation shifts to Sam's hair and Dean's new app before diving into the investigation of the heart-ripping cases. They explore the connection between organ transplants and the ritualistic killings. The episode concludes with Randa's conversation with Brick Holmes' mother and the translation of the Mayan chant. Sam and Dean investigate a case involving a series of murders connected to organ transplants. They discover that the killer is a woman named Randa who is using Mayan rituals to gain supernatural powers. As they delve deeper into the case, Sam expresses his desire to quit hunting and live a normal life, which causes tension between him and Dean. They eventually confront Randa at a strip club and defeat her, resolving the case. The episode explores themes of sacrifice, the desire for a normal life, and the complexities of Mayan culture and mythology. In this conversation, the hosts discuss various aspects of the TV show Supernatural. They highlight inconsistencies in Dean's characterization, the reordering of episodes, and the absence of the mayor character. Overall, they express confusion and dissatisfaction with these elements of the show.
    Takeaways
    The cultural portrayal in Season 8, Episode 3 of Supernatural raises concerns and criticism from indigenous communities.Sam's focus on finding Kevin and the tablet contrasts with Dean's enthusiasm for solving the heart-ripping cases.The investigation reveals a connection between organ transplants and the ritualistic killings.The episode explores themes of identity, sacrifice, and the pursuit of a normal life. The Mayan god of corn and the rituals associated with it are explored in the episode.Sam expresses his desire to quit hunting and live a normal life, causing tension between him and Dean.The episode delves into the complexities of Mayan culture and mythology, highlighting the misinterpretation of Mayan language and gods.The episode also explores the themes of sacrifice and the lengths people will go to gain power and immortality. Inconsistencies in character development can be jarring for viewers.The reordering of episodes can disrupt the narrative flow and impact the understanding of character arcs.Minor characters, such as the mayor, can add depth and enjoyment to a show.Attention to detail, such as showing characters mentioned in phone conversations, can enhance the viewing experience.
    Chapters
    00:00
    Introduction and Catching Up
    03:59
    Discussion on Rockabilly and Swing Dancing
    07:53
    Review of Supernatural Season 8, Episode 3: Heartache
    12:18
    Discussion on Sam's Hair and Dean's App
    18:43
    Investigation of Heart Ripping Cases
    21:15
    Arthur's Eye Transplant and Self-Mutilation
    24:49
    Research on Organ Donors and Rituals
    27:36
    Randa's Ritual and Heart Ripping
    30:09
    Meeting with Brick Holmes' Mother
    31:50
    Randa's Conversation with Eleanor
    32:07
    Translation of Mayan Chant
    32:22
    The Mayan God of Corn
    33:18
    Dean's Email and Sam's Options
    34:21
    Sam's Desire for a Normal Life
    35:05
    Investigating Brick's House
    36:03
    Discovering Brick's Secret Room
    37:20
    The History of Mayan Gods and Sacrifices
    38:11
    Misinterpretation of Mayan Language and Gods
    39:13
    Mayan Sacrifices and Bloodletting Rituals
    40:42
    Mayan Sports and Sacrifices in Ball Games
    45:49
    Sam and Dean's Conversation...

    • 1 hr 10 min
    8:04 Bitten

    8:04 Bitten

    Liz's Show Notes
    In this episode, Diana and Liz review Season 8, Episode 4 of Supernatural titled 'Bitten.' They bitch about found footage and how much these college kids suck. They also talk about Lone Star Paracon and the tale of the Converse Werewolf.
    AI Show Notes
    Summary
    Summary
    In this episode, Diana and Liz review Season 8, Episode 4 of Supernatural titled 'Bitten.' The episode follows a found footage format, with college students documenting their lives and encounters with supernatural creatures. The main character, Michael, undergoes a transformation and develops a god complex. The episode explores themes of ambition, toxic masculinity, and the consequences of seeking power. Sam and Dean make an appearance as they investigate a murder case. The episode ends with a confrontation between the college students and the Winchester brothers. In this episode, Brian becomes suspicious of Michael and Kate's relationship and starts investigating their behavior. Meanwhile, Sam and Dean continue their hunt for the werewolf. As the story unfolds, secrets are revealed, and the characters' true natures come to light. Ultimately, Kate takes matters into her own hands and seeks revenge on Brian. The episode explores themes of love, betrayal, and the consequences of one's actions.
    Takeaways
    The found footage format adds a unique perspective to the episode, allowing viewers to experience the events through the characters' cameras.The episode explores themes of ambition, toxic masculinity, and the consequences of seeking power.Sam and Dean's appearance in the episode adds a connection to the larger Supernatural universe.The conflict between Kate and Brian highlights the tension between wanting to document everything and the need for privacy and personal boundaries. Love can blind people to the truth and lead them to make irrational decisions.Secrets and lies can destroy relationships and lead to tragic outcomes.Sometimes, the line between human and monster is blurred, and it's important to question our own actions and motivations.Revenge may provide temporary satisfaction, but it often comes at a high cost.
    Chapters
    00:00
    Introduction and Episode Overview
    14:01
    Found Footage Format
    19:03
    College Life and Ambitions
    21:11
    Encounter with Sam and Dean
    23:10
    Michael's Transformation
    26:45
    Brian's Desire to Become Like Michael
    30:29
    Michael's God Complex
    32:39
    Confrontation with Scotty
    33:34
    Conflict between Kate and Brian
    34:15
    Investigation of Scott's Death
    34:17
    Brian's Suspicion and Kate's Defense
    35:09
    The Police Station and Eavesdropping
    36:36
    The Curvature of the Claws
    37:10
    Research and GPS Tracking
    37:59
    Hacking the Restaurant Security Footage
    38:06
    Werewolf Lore and Raccoon Shifters
    40:37
    The Legend of the Converse Werewolf
    41:43
    Reviewing the Found Footage
    42:45
    Brian's Confession and Kate's Transformation
    53:50
    Brian's Revelation and Kate's Revenge
    56:10
    Sam and Dean's Decision
    59:50
    Kate's Monologue and Departure
    Research Links
    Texas Cryptid Hunter: Sasquatch Classics: The Converse WerewolfSupernatural Is Life on Tumblr: The "ancient Mayan phrase" from spn 8x03


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    • 1 hr 10 min
    8:05 Blood Brother

    8:05 Blood Brother

    Liz's Show Notes
    We talk Season 8, Episode 5 Blood Brother, the one where Dean introduces his new Vampire Boyfriend to Sammy and he's not happy about it. Diana is INTO Benny, Liz appreciates that he takes off his hat before he scraps. Then Liz butchers Latin phrases quizzing Diana about Latin Death Aphorisms, the title of their next album.
    AI Show Notes
    Summary
    In this episode, Dean receives a call from Benny, a vampire friend from purgatory, who needs his help. Dean leaves Sam behind and goes to meet Benny, who reveals his plan to kill his maker. They travel to Prentiss Island, where Benny's maker resides. Meanwhile, Sam has flashbacks of his time with Amelia, a veterinarian he met while on a case. Dean and Benny confront the old man and his henchmen, leading to a tense standoff. Sam steals a car and heads to join Dean. The episode ends with a cliffhanger as the group faces off against the old man and his vampires. In this episode, the hosts have a fun quiz about Latin phrases related to death. They discuss the meaning of various phrases and their significance. The conversation then shifts to Benny and Zaddy, where Benny confronts Zaddy about his actions. They discuss the concept of mutiny and the dynamics between the characters. Benny's existential crisis is explored, as he questions his purpose and desires. The hosts also touch on the presence of Leviathans in Purgatory and the confusion surrounding their humanoid form. Sam's bitch face is mentioned, along with the cast and crew of the episode. The episode ends with a discussion on the development of the season and the ongoing bro drama.
    Takeaways
    Dean's loyalty to his friends is unwavering, as he drops everything to help Benny.Benny's backstory reveals his motivation for seeking revenge on his maker.Sam's flashbacks with Amelia highlight his struggle to move on from his past.The confrontation with the old man sets the stage for a thrilling conclusion in the next episode. Latin phrases related to death can be intriguing and have deep meanings.The dynamics between Benny and Zaddy are complex and filled with tension.Benny's existential crisis adds depth to his character and raises questions about identity and purpose.The presence of Leviathans in Purgatory raises questions about their origins and abilities.Sam's bitch face is a notable expression that adds humor to the episode.The cast and crew of the episode contribute to the overall quality of the show.The season is still in the early stages of development, with ongoing bro drama and the exploration of various storylines.
    Chapters
    00:00
    Introduction and Recap
    06:36
    Western Swing Show and Texas Spirit Gathering
    13:00
    Dean's Personal Business
    18:22
    Benny's Backstory
    25:03
    Benny's Revenge
    29:45
    Confronting the Old Man
    35:05
    Sam's Flashbacks and Meeting Amelia
    40:00
    Benny's Existential Crisis
    45:00
    Dean and Benny's Plan
    50:00
    Sam's Flashbacks and Fixing the Sink
    55:00
    Benny and Andrea's Reunion
    01:00:00
    Confrontation with the Old Man
    01:05:00
    Sam's Flashbacks and Meeting Amelia
    01:10:00
    Dean and Benny's Plan
    01:15:00
    Sam's Flashbacks and Fixing the Sink
    01:20:00
    Benny and Andrea's Reunion
    01:25:00
    Confrontation with the Old Man
    43:46
    Benny and Zaddy
    45:47
    Mutiny and Confrontation
    48:01
    Benny's Existential Crisis
    50:07
    Leviathans in Purgatory
    50:49
    Sam's Bitch Face
    51:18
    Casting Couch
    55:07
    Bro Drama
    Research Links
    a...

    • 58 min
    8:06 Southern Comfort

    8:06 Southern Comfort

    Liz's Show Notes
    We talk SPN Season 8, Episode 6 "Southern Comfort" which left a better taste in our mouth than a shot of the actual Southern Comfort. We love Garth. We hate the Benny problem. Liz tells Diana about the haunting of the Ebheardt's farm in Kearney, Missouri where this episode takes place.
    The AI Show Notes
    Summary
    In this episode, the Devil's Trap Podcast hosts discuss season 8, episode 6 of Supernatural, titled 'Southern Comfort.' They start by sharing their own Southern Comfort stories and then delve into the investigation of a case involving decapitations and green goo. They also explore the dynamics between the characters and the role of Garth as the new Bobby. The episode ends with the discovery of a desecrated grave and the plan to burn the remains. In this part of the conversation, the hosts discuss the events of the episode, including burning a Confederate soldier's bones, drama at the sheriff's office, investigating the unknown soldier, Dean being possessed, a haunted farm in Kearney, and the Ebbhart family's haunting. They also mention the Dead Files investigation and the resolution and continued activity at the haunted locations. In this episode, Sam opens up about his past relationship with Amelia and expresses his concerns about Dean's secrets. The conversation also includes a quick cast roundup and final thoughts on the episode.
    Takeaways
    The episode explores the theme of trust and secrecy among the characters, particularly Dean's hidden relationship with Benny and Sam's resentment towards it.Garth's role as the new Bobby is highlighted, showcasing his dedication to helping other hunters and his unique approach to hunting.The investigation of the case leads to the discovery of a desecrated grave, hinting at a vengeful ghost or specter as the culprit.The episode also touches on the history of Missouri and its connection to the Civil War, adding depth to the setting and the characters' motivations. Burning bones can be a way to deal with restless spirits.Sheriffs in small southern towns can be difficult to deal with.Investigating unknown soldiers can lead to unexpected discoveries.Possession can lead to conflicts and unresolved issues.Haunted farms can be a source of ongoing paranormal activity.The Dead Files can provide assistance and guidance in dealing with hauntings.Resolution of paranormal activity may require multiple steps and ongoing efforts. Sam's sensitivity and willingness to open up about his emotionsThe importance of honesty and trust in relationshipsThe complexity of Dean's character and the secrets he keepsThe significance of communication and addressing issues in a timely manner
    Chapters
    00:00
    Introduction and Southern Comfort Story
    08:08
    Investigating the Case
    13:26
    Garth as the New Bobby
    19:09
    Ectoplasm and the History of Missouri
    23:39
    Discovering the Connection to Sussex
    28:34
    Sam's Conversation with Amelia
    32:20
    Investigating the Desecrated Grave
    32:54
    Burning Confederate Soldier's Bones
    35:22
    Sheriff's Office Drama
    36:35
    Investigating the Unknown Soldier
    40:06
    Dean Possessed
    41:25
    Confrontation at the Motel
    47:48
    Haunted Farm in Kearney
    50:08
    The Ebbhart Family's Haunting
    55:07
    Dead Files Investigation
    59:54
    Increasing Activity and Disturbing Events
    01:04:09
    The Dead Files Action Plan
    01:08:55
    Resolution and Continued Activity
    01:10:34
    Sam's Flashback and Opening Up About Amelia
    01:11:26
    Sam's Concerns About Benny and Dean's Secrets
    01:12:08
    Quick Cast Roundup and Final...

    • 1 hr 16 min

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