Baron Samedi releases his hordes of zombies onto Portland, but he has a more nefarious goal than simply spreading chaos.
The Jake Abernathy debacle comes to its conclusion, and Norman takes Emma to the Winter Formal
This week’s victim is Douglas Wilson, a trombone player with the Baltimore Orchestra. He is found with his neck broken, dangling almost behind him, a cello neck shoved down his mouth, throat cut open.
It's graduation day, the veil is partially down, Bonnie is dead... where do we go from here?
This is how you do a season finale. I felt like much of the season was a little bit unfocused - too many threads. But this episode really tied them all together
Zombies invade Portland
Norma is on edge after discovering Shelby’s corpse. It doesn’t help any that a black car - just like Jake’s - has sloooooowly been driving by the motel, and she received a beautiful bouquet of flowers with a card that simply read “See you soon....”
The FBI is called in on a case that could be another Chesapeake Ripper victim. If it is, it is likely the start of a new cycle; the Ripper tends to kill three people in quick succession, then lies dormant for a year or more.
Bonnie has bound Katherine to her so she can’t stray away and start killing people while Bonnie works her magic. She goes to each massacre site to get things warmed up before heading underground, into the caves, to start the spell from the dead center of the expression triangle.
Crowley has a new, diabolical way to get the Winchesters to turn over the tablets (you know, the ones they don't have).