Written by Shae
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Last week was most likely the best episode in the history of episodes. Okay, that's a matter of opinion. In reality it was the first musical episode! Supernatural celebrated their 200th episode with a bang! Our two hunters are still trying to get back into the swing of things, which isn't easy for either of them. Dean is grasping at any straw he can to find a case. Of which he does! A drama teacher of an all girls private school has gone missing. Which in Dean-land means she was kidnapped or killed by something otherworldly. Seems totally legitimate. I guess. Amazingly enough, Dean ends up being right. The school is putting on a musical interpretation of the occult book series, Supernatural, that happened to document the boys lives. The director, producer, and writer of this play is not sure what happened to the drama teacher, she's just adamant about seeing the play happen.
When the Winchesters come across all of this, they're a little thrown aback to say the least. While Sam can find humor in the situation, Dean finds irritation. Still, it is a case! Neither has a problem with that. However, they don't find any lead to suggest something happened to the drama teacher that warrants them being there. As they're about to give up and leave when a girl goes missing. The time, there's an eyewitness. A scarecrow dragged the girl away, according to the writer of the play. This kicks up the search to find what's going on.
Turns out, a goddess is behind the whole thing. She keeps kidnapping people who want to stop the play in order to see it happen. After that, she plans to eat the author. Not so ideal for the young writer. The boys promise to make sure nothing will happen to her. And nothing more does. The night of the play goes off fine. It's halfway through the first act when the scarecrow shows up and takes Sam. He wakes in the basement to find the missing teacher and student, as well as the goddess. She plans to eat more than just the author it seems...while he attempts to fight her, Dean is onstage fighting the scarecrow that has come back for the young writer. With some help and some perfect timing, Sam and Dean defeat the scarecrow and the goddess at the same time. The girl is saved and all ends well.
With a vocal rendition of 'Carry On My Wayward Son', the Winchesters are reminded that their half brother, Adam, is still trapped in the cage with Lucifer and Michael. After they leave, our young writer gets a visit from a publisher she'd desperately been waiting for; a long, thought dead, prophet, seems to be alive, well, and possibly something more.