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9th May '16 4:07:11 PM ThatBitterTase
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** His introduction. As "O Death" plays, a nearly skeletal man steps out of a car and quietly walks down the sidewalk. Someone bumps into him and blames him for it. Without a word, the man brushes off his shoulder... and a second later, the guy who bumped into him ''drops dead''. This is Death.
9th May '16 3:55:07 PM Greystone101
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** It's awesome as well, in-universe and from an acting standpoint, but the second [[spoiler:Chuck]] goes still and suddenly we're confronted with [[spoiler:GOD. As in, the one that wiped out the world once, that destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah. It's a small shift, but VERY chilling.]]
8th May '16 2:13:58 PM ZimFan89
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* [[spoiler: God tells that he created worlds and try to change Amara into something better, showing her that they can never be alone. She responded by destroying them. How many times have it happened?!]]

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* ** [[spoiler: God tells Metatron that he created worlds and to try to change prove to Amara into that they could be something better, showing her that they can never didn't need to be alone. She responded by destroying them. How many times have did it happened?!]]happen?!]]
** The infectious fog from the season premiere returns, and is just as terrifying as before, especially when Amara uses it to communicate through one of the infectees.
7th May '16 2:07:41 PM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* "Don't call me Shurley:"
* [[spoiler: God tells that he created worlds and try to change Amara into something better, showing her that they can never be alone. She responded by destroying them. How many times have it happened?!]]
28th Apr '16 1:18:57 PM aye_amber
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* "Bad Seed"

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* "Our Little World"
** TheReveal that happens during this episode.[[spoiler: The Darkness is God's sister.]]
* "The Devil in the Details"

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* "Our Little World"
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** TheReveal that happens during this episode. [[spoiler: The Darkness is God's sister.]]
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* "Red Meat:
** Of all the ways that Sam has/almost died, [[spoiler: being slowly smothered to [[OnlyMostlyDead "death"]] by a frightened and paranoid man they had just saved]] is probably the most gruesome way he could've gone.

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* "Red Meat:
Meat:"
** Of all the ways that Sam has/almost has / almost died, [[spoiler: being slowly smothered to [[OnlyMostlyDead "death"]] "[[OnlyMostlyDead death]]" by a frightened and paranoid man they had just saved]] is probably the most gruesome way he could've gone. gone.



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28th Apr '16 1:16:50 PM aye_amber
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[[folder:Season 9]]
* [[spoiler:Hael]] goes from being a cute, quirky angel who built the Grand Canyon herself to a fucking ''monster.'' Seeing her seething, covered in blood and glass, ranting about how she'll "make Lucifer's fate look like child's play" is horrifying.
* Abaddon in her very first episode of Season 9 has proved she is NightmareFuel. She wants war with humanity, for Demons to rule the earth, and is prepared to string up hunters just to get Dean's phone number, and unlike other Demon leaders like Lilith and Crowley she's willing to get with the times and equip her soldiers with assault rifles and wear kevlar body armour herself. Demons with assault rifles. That alone qualifies as NightmareFuel. And even worse is what she wants from Dean, [[spoiler: Abaddon wants Dean as her new meatsuit, Squick factor of a girl being inside Dean's body added onto what she plans to do if she gets her hands on him,]]
-->'''Abaddon''': ''Oh. Well... you know... I've loved this body since the moment I first saw it. You're the perfect vessel Dean, you give a girl all sorts of nasty ideas. So go ahead and play hard to get, and I'll peel off this no demons allowed tattoo, and blow smoke up your ass.''
-->'''Dean''': ''Oooh, well I gotta tell you between you and me, it is a horror show up there.''
-->'''Abaddon''': ''It can get worse, trust me because once I'm on top I'll make you watch. And I'll use your body, have you ever felt an infant's blood drip down your chin? Or listen to a girl scream as you rip her guts out, because you will. You and me lover, we'll have a grand old time.''

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* [[spoiler:Hael]] [[spoiler: Hael]] goes from being a cute, quirky angel who built the Grand Canyon herself to a fucking ''monster.'' Seeing her seething, covered in blood and glass, ranting about how she'll "make Lucifer's fate look like child's play" is horrifying.
horrifying.
* Abaddon in her very first episode of Season 9 has proved she is NightmareFuel. She wants war with humanity, for Demons to rule the earth, and is prepared to string up hunters just to get Dean's phone number, and unlike other Demon leaders like Lilith and Crowley she's willing to get with the times and equip her soldiers with assault rifles and wear kevlar body armour herself. Demons with assault rifles. That alone qualifies as NightmareFuel. And even worse is what she wants from Dean, [[spoiler: Abaddon wants Dean as her new meatsuit, Squick factor of a girl being inside Dean's body added onto what she plans to do if she gets her hands on him,]]
-->'''Abaddon''':
him:]]
--> '''Abaddon:'''
''Oh. Well... you You know... I've loved this body since the moment I first saw it. You're the perfect vessel Dean, you give a girl all sorts of nasty ideas. So go ahead and play hard to get, and I'll peel off this no demons allowed tattoo, and blow smoke up your ass.''
-->'''Dean''': --> '''Dean:''' ''Oooh, well I gotta tell you between you and me, it is a horror show up there.''
-->'''Abaddon''': --> '''Abaddon:''' ''It can get worse, trust me because once I'm on top I'll make you watch. And I'll use your body, have you ever felt an infant's blood drip down your chin? Or listen to a girl scream as you rip her guts out, because you will. You and me lover, we'll have a grand old time.''



* It gets worse. Perhaps the most horrific moment in Supernatural: [[spoiler: Demon!Dean is born.]]

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* It gets worse. Perhaps the most horrific moment in Supernatural: ''Supernatural:'' [[spoiler: Demon!Dean is born.]]



[[folder:Season 10]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GVhHVxjm-c The Comic-Con trailer]] for Season 10 finally reveals a hint of what Demon!Dean will be like, and he's freaking terrifying. [[spoiler: Stalking Sam through the bunker, trying to kill him with a hammer, and all the time taunting him like every Demon enemy the Winchesters have ever faced has done to them. Also scary because this trailer confirms that the old Dean is gone, and he may not be coming back.]]

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* [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GVhHVxjm-c The Comic-Con trailer]] for Season 10 finally reveals a hint of what Demon!Dean will be like, and he's freaking terrifying. [[spoiler: Stalking Sam through the bunker, trying to kill him with a hammer, and all the time taunting him like every Demon enemy the Winchesters have ever faced has done to them. Also scary because this trailer confirms that the old Dean is gone, and he may not be coming back.]]
28th Apr '16 1:14:30 PM aye_amber
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[[folder:Season 8]]
* Most of Crowley's actions in 'A Little Slice of Kevin'. Torturing Samandriel, blowing up one of the future prophets leaving Kevin ''covered in their blood'', and ''cutting Kevin's finger off''. This episode proves that while Crowley may be Affable, he is most definitely EVIL.
** Keep in mind, one of those future prophets covered in LudicrousGibs is a ''little kid''.
** Also, Castiel's situation regarding Naomi's 'little chats'. Not only is he being forced to spy on the Winchesters against his will (literally, he's compelled to answer Naomi's questions while in her office), but he ''doesn't even remember doing it.''
** It gets worse in "Torn and Frayed", when he flashes back to a time when Naomi strapped him to a chair and [[spoiler: seemingly ''lobotomizing'' him]].
* Chuck's fate, according to Castiel. He is dead and we don't know why or how. It's horrifying when you think what Crowley did to the OTHER prophets, including Kevin. Did Crowley torture Chuck to death? Did he just kill him? Chuck was portrayed as weak and frightened in most of his appearances. [[spoiler: Less horrifying when you watch the interviews with his actor and Castiel's actor, and they both confirm that Chuck was never a prophet in the first place, but actually GOD! One wonders if Crowley even tried to confront Chuck and what happened when/if he did. HilarityEnsues when King of Hell tries to torture God?]]
** [[spoiler: Actually, I think Chuck's "death" was actually him going... somewhere at the end of "Swan Song". He isn't actually dead, he just left. Plus, since Cas didn't know Chuck was God, it's easy to see why he'd think Chuck died...]]

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* Most of Crowley's actions in 'A "A Little Slice of Kevin'. Kevin." Torturing Samandriel, blowing up one of the future prophets leaving Kevin ''covered in their blood'', blood,'' and ''cutting Kevin's finger off''. off.'' This episode proves that while Crowley may be Affable, he is most definitely EVIL.
** Keep in mind, one of those future prophets covered in LudicrousGibs is a ''little kid''.
** Also, Castiel's situation regarding Naomi's 'little chats'. Not only is he being forced to spy on the Winchesters against his will (literally, he's compelled to answer Naomi's questions while in her office), but he ''doesn't even remember doing it.
kid.''
** Also, Castiel's situation regarding Naomi's "little chats." Not only is he being forced to spy on the Winchesters against his will (literally, he's compelled to answer Naomi's questions while in her office), but he ''doesn't even remember doing it.''
** It gets worse in "Torn and Frayed", Frayed," when he flashes back to a time when Naomi strapped him to a chair and [[spoiler: seemingly ''lobotomizing'' him]].
him.]]
* Chuck's fate, according to Castiel. He is dead and we don't know why or how. It's horrifying when you think what Crowley did to the OTHER prophets, including Kevin. Did Crowley torture Chuck to death? Did he just kill him? Chuck was portrayed as weak and frightened in most of his appearances. [[spoiler: Less horrifying when you watch the interviews with his actor and Castiel's actor, and they both confirm that Chuck was never a prophet in the first place, but actually GOD! One wonders if Crowley even tried to confront Chuck and what happened when/if when / if he did. HilarityEnsues when King of Hell tries to torture God?]]
** [[spoiler: Actually, I think Chuck's "death" was actually him going... somewhere Somewhere at the end of "Swan Song". Song." He isn't actually dead, he just left. Plus, since Cas didn't know Chuck was God, it's easy to see why he'd think Chuck died...]]



* The Monster of the Week in Larp and the Real Girl, the way it just pops out of nowhere provides a genuinely terrifying JumpScare, and the deer-skull it uses makes the head seem unnaturally long. [[spoiler: Of course this gets a little less ruined when it's revealed to be a fairy, in the form of Gilda who Charlie has a teeny bit of a crush on.]]

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* The Monster of the Week in Larp "LARP and the Real Girl, Girl," the way it just pops out of nowhere provides a genuinely terrifying JumpScare, and the deer-skull it uses makes the head seem unnaturally long. [[spoiler: Of course this gets a little less ruined when it's revealed to be a fairy, in the form of Gilda who Charlie has a teeny bit of a crush on.]]



* When Hell is re-revealed in Season 8. [[spoiler: It's no longer just a abyss of smoke and chains, its a literal torture dungeon where you're tormented by demons taking the form of people you loved. One woman was so broken by it she [[MadnessMantra kept saying 'You came, I prayed for it, you came, I prayed for it']] to Sam. All with the sound of souls being eternally tortured]].
** Actually, the re-introduction is even worse than that, when you remember that Crowley previously mentioned that after taking over, he changed Hell into an endless corridor where people are forced to [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment queue for all eternity]]. Now it's looking worse than ever before, cruel and twisted just like Crowley himself has become.
* What Naomi and her angels do [[spoiler:to the Biggerson's diner that Castiel arrives in. Everyone is massacred except for the waitress, who is sitting on the ground with her back against the counter and ''HER EYES BURNED OUT AND BLACKENED'' and whimpering over and over in a pleading voice, ''"You need to stop. Please. You need to stop."'']]
** The moments leading up to it. Castiel is rapidly flitting through various Biggerson's diners around the world, all with the sound of people laughing and having fun. [[spoiler: Then the sound just ''stops''. He looks down to a table covered with blood, then turns to see the entire restaurant he was in just minutes before, completely ''massacred'']].
* Crowley in general is nightmarish in season 8. Previously, he walked a fine line as {{Affably Evil}}, but now he no longer has any need to broker fragile alliances built on mutually assured destruction with the boys against Lucifer or the Leviathans: he's the last {{Big Bad}} on the playing field as of season 8, and he has no reason to hold back. Need an example? Check out the climax of the season, where Crowley [[spoiler:intends to systematically slaughter everyone that Sam and Dean ever saved, in order, to get what he wants.]] This Evil looks a lot less Affable now.

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* When Hell is re-revealed in Season 8. [[spoiler: It's no longer just a abyss of smoke and chains, its it's a literal torture dungeon where you're tormented by demons taking the form of people you loved. One woman was so broken by it she [[MadnessMantra kept saying 'You "You came, I prayed for it, you came, I prayed for it']] it"]] to Sam. All with the sound of souls being eternally tortured]].
tortured.]]
** Actually, the re-introduction is even worse than that, when you remember that Crowley previously mentioned that after taking over, he changed Hell into an endless corridor where people are forced to [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment queue for all eternity]]. eternity.]] Now it's looking worse than ever before, cruel and twisted just like Crowley himself has become.
* What Naomi and her angels do [[spoiler:to [[spoiler: to the Biggerson's diner that Castiel arrives in. Everyone is massacred except for the waitress, who is sitting on the ground with her back against the counter and ''HER EYES BURNED OUT AND BLACKENED'' and whimpering over and over in a pleading voice, voice: ''"You need to stop. Please. You need to stop."'']]
** The moments leading up to it. Castiel is rapidly flitting through various Biggerson's diners around the world, all with the sound of people laughing and having fun. [[spoiler: Then the sound just ''stops''. ''stops.'' He looks down to a table covered with blood, then turns to see the entire restaurant he was in just minutes before, completely ''massacred'']].
''massacred.'']]
* Crowley in general is nightmarish in season Season 8. Previously, he walked a fine line as {{Affably Evil}}, AffablyEvil, but now he no longer has any need to broker fragile alliances built on mutually assured destruction with the boys against Lucifer or the Leviathans: he's He's the last {{Big Bad}} on the playing field as of season Season 8, and he has no reason to hold back. Need an example? Check out the climax of the season, where Crowley [[spoiler:intends [[spoiler: intends to systematically slaughter everyone that Sam and Dean ever saved, in order, to get what he wants.]] This Evil looks a lot less Affable now.
28th Apr '16 1:09:26 PM aye_amber
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[[folder:Season 7]]
* Castiel's vessel melting in "Meet the New Boss" and the scene where he unbuttoned his shirt to reveal [[spoiler:Purgatory souls are clawing at him from the inside, trying to ''get out''.]] Becomes even ''worse'' if you allow yourself to think of how many of [[spoiler:said souls]] have encountered and been killed by the Winchesters, how many of them see the Winchesters and want revenge...

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[[folder:Season 7]]
[[folder: Season 7]]

* Castiel's vessel melting in "Meet the New Boss" and the scene where he unbuttoned his shirt to reveal [[spoiler:Purgatory [[spoiler: Purgatory souls are clawing at him from the inside, trying to ''get out''.]] out.'']] Becomes even ''worse'' if you allow yourself to think of how many of [[spoiler:said [[spoiler: said souls]] have encountered and been killed by the Winchesters, how many of them see the Winchesters and want revenge...



** Not only that, but the fact that [[ParanoiaFuel anyone could be one of them, and you wouldn't know until it's too late]]. And then there's [[MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily those mouths]]...
** Leviathan's SlasherSmile and maniac glee. On the other hand, its a CrowningMomentOfAwesome for Misha as an actor.
** Individual Leviathans have been shown to effortlessly [[spoiler:kill angels in a truly horrific way]] in "Reading is Fundamental".
* The ending of "The Girl Next Door". The Leviathan taunts its victim and says "Plain old people taste fine, but everything is better with cheese", then upends a pot of melted cheese onto his head and, while the victim screams, reveals his Leviathan-face right to the camera as he moves in to eat the dying victim. Repulsive.
* Bibbing. [[spoiler:A Leviathan that has pissed off their boss enough gets a bib put on them and is then forced to eat himself.]] It has got to be one of, if not the, worst ways to die the series has depicted, even if it can only happen to the bad guys.
** FromBadToWorse: Leviathans are nigh-invulnerable and ''regenerate'' when injured. Now think about that. You'd be trying to eat yourself faster than you can ''heal'' and, if you were too slow, would have to do it ''again''.
* The cursed teapot in "Out With the Old" causes a woman to pick up a super-heated metal teapot with ''her bare hands'', then pour the super-heated water ''into her own mouth''. What makes it worse is that you can see her horrified expression as she pours.
* [[TwoFaced The ghosts with the rotting faces]] and [[JumpScare the lady who rushes shrieking at the camera]] in "Of Grave Importance".
* The Leviathans' [[HumanResources plan]]. Unlike other evil plans in the show, that tend to focus only on supernatural aspects, Dick Roman is manipulating numerous parts of everyday life. He's taking control of the media, food companies, and more. Why? So he can ''manipulate everyone on the planet into becoming stupid, complacent, overweight sources of food for the Leviathans and set up slaughterhouses so every human in the world can be used to make a massive meal for the Leviathans''. Oh, and he's doing it in ways most people aren't even aware of until it is too late. Once you bite any of the tainted food he's put out there, it is so addictive, it is probably too late for you. But at least you'll become so stupid you probably won't care you're being eaten. To make it worse, as of "There Will Be Blood", Dick is putting chemicals to change people in every food with high fructose corn syrup, so almost every piece of food you can buy will turn you eventually into a Leviathan's meal.
** The scariest part of all this is that they consider humans (over 6 billion of us) to be a ''limited resource''!
* Sam's hallucinations of Lucifer and the Cage. You'd think the meat hooks, chains, and constantly being told that nothing around you is real would be bad enough. No, the visions have to get so bad that Sam is incapable of sleeping, has to be institutionalized (however briefly), and comes close to ''dying'' of sleep deprivation. It also veers into FridgeHorror territory when Lucifer does things like call Sam "bunk buddy". It makes you wonder what exactly happened down there.

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** Not only that, but the fact that [[ParanoiaFuel anyone could be one of them, and you wouldn't know until it's too late]]. late.]] And then there's [[MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily those mouths]]...
mouths...]]
** Leviathan's SlasherSmile and maniac glee. On the other hand, its it's a CrowningMomentOfAwesome SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome for Misha as an actor.
** Individual Leviathans have been shown to effortlessly [[spoiler:kill [[spoiler: kill angels in a truly horrific way]] in "Reading is Fundamental".
Fundamental."
* The ending of "The Girl Next Door". Door." The Leviathan taunts its victim and says says: "Plain old people taste fine, but everything is better with cheese", then upends a pot of melted cheese onto his head and, while the victim screams, reveals his Leviathan-face Leviathan face right to the camera as he moves in to eat the dying victim. Repulsive.
* Bibbing. [[spoiler:A [[spoiler: A Leviathan that has pissed off their boss enough gets a bib put on them and is then forced to eat himself.]] It has got to be one of, if not the, worst ways to die the series has depicted, even if it can only happen to the bad guys.
** FromBadToWorse: Leviathans are nigh-invulnerable nigh invulnerable and ''regenerate'' when injured. Now think about that. You'd be trying to eat yourself faster than you can ''heal'' and, if you were too slow, would have to do it ''again''.
''again.''
* The cursed teapot in "Out With the Old" causes a woman to pick up a super-heated metal teapot with ''her bare hands'', hands,'' then pour the super-heated water ''into her own mouth''. mouth.'' What makes it worse is that you can see her horrified expression as she pours.
* [[TwoFaced The ghosts with the rotting faces]] and [[JumpScare the lady who rushes shrieking at the camera]] in "Of Grave Importance".
Importance."
* The Leviathans' [[HumanResources plan]]. plan.]] Unlike other evil plans in the show, that tend to focus only on supernatural aspects, Dick Roman is manipulating numerous parts of everyday life. He's taking control of the media, food companies, and more. Why? So he can ''manipulate everyone on the planet into becoming stupid, complacent, overweight sources of food for the Leviathans Leviathans, and set up slaughterhouses so every human in the world can be used to make a massive meal for the Leviathans''. Leviathans.'' Oh, and he's doing it in ways most people aren't even aware of until it is too late. Once you bite any of the tainted food he's put out there, it is so addictive, it is probably too late for you. But at least you'll become so stupid you probably won't care you're being eaten. To make it worse, as of "There Will Be Blood", Blood," Dick is putting chemicals to change people in every food with high fructose corn syrup, so almost every piece of food you can buy will turn you eventually into a Leviathan's meal.
** The scariest part of all this is that they consider humans (over 6 billion of us) to be a ''limited resource''!
resource!''
* Sam's hallucinations of Lucifer and the Cage. You'd think the meat hooks, chains, and constantly being told that nothing around you is real would be bad enough. No, the visions have to get so bad that Sam is incapable of sleeping, has to be institutionalized (however briefly), and comes close to ''dying'' of sleep deprivation. It also veers into FridgeHorror territory when Lucifer does things like call Sam "bunk buddy". buddy." It makes you wonder what exactly happened down there.
28th Apr '16 1:03:48 PM aye_amber
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[[folder:Season 6]]
* "Two and a Half Men": [[spoiler:A shifter poses as women's husbands while the husband is out of town, has sex with them, and comes back for the baby nine months later. This has resulted in divorces in some cases. And he is perfectly willing to kill the woman and her husband to get the kid back.]]
* "The Third Man": the effects of the Staff of Moses on the dirty cops--turning into sacks of blood, filled with boils and locusts eating out their brains.
* Death [[spoiler:putting Sam's soul back]] in "Appointment in Samarra" seems a little rape-y upon watching it again.
* "Unforgiven": Arachne's disfigured face. You can't tell if Arachne come that way or if they were from burns. And don't even get me started on the eyes. And since Arachne apparently breed, what did [[spoiler: Roy]] mean when [[spoiler: he told Sam he was [[DepravedBisexual considering turning him]]]]?
* "Mannequin 3: The Reckoning" had possessed {{Murderous Mannequin}}s stalking people then killing them. The worst part was when they moved on-screen. At least one of the wikis for ''Supernatural'' changed its first recap picture for its page on the episode (that of a mannequin [[SlasherSmile smiling after killing someone]]) because it was a little too unsettling for some people.
* "... And Then There Were None": The hissing parasitic "[[Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan Khan worm]]" that crawls into your ear and makes you kill people. At least you can see 30 foot monsters; this thing can hide and strike from anywhere. Plus it looks nasty.

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* "Two and a Half Men": [[spoiler:A Men:" [[spoiler: A shifter poses as women's husbands while the husband is out of town, has sex with them, and comes back for the baby nine months later. This has resulted in divorces in some cases. And he is perfectly willing to kill the woman and her husband to get the kid back.]]
* "The Third Man": the Man:" The effects of the Staff of Moses on the dirty cops--turning cops -- turning into sacks of blood, filled with boils and locusts eating out their brains.
brains.
* Death [[spoiler:putting [[spoiler: putting Sam's soul back]] in "Appointment in Samarra" seems a little rape-y upon watching it again.
* "Unforgiven": "Unforgiven:" Arachne's disfigured face. You can't tell if Arachne come that way or if they were from burns. And don't even get me started on the eyes. And since Arachne apparently breed, what did [[spoiler: Roy]] mean when [[spoiler: he told Sam he was [[DepravedBisexual considering turning him]]]]?
him?]]]]
* "Mannequin 3: The Reckoning" Reckoning:" had possessed {{Murderous Mannequin}}s stalking people then killing them. The worst part was when they moved on-screen. At least one of the wikis for ''Supernatural'' changed its first recap picture for its page on the episode (that of a mannequin [[SlasherSmile smiling after killing someone]]) because it was a little too unsettling for some people.
* "... And Then There Were None": None:" The hissing parasitic "[[Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan Khan worm]]" that crawls into your ear and makes you kill people. At least you can see 30 foot monsters; this thing can hide and strike from anywhere. Plus it looks nasty.
28th Apr '16 1:01:42 PM aye_amber
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[[folder:Season 5]]
* Castiel in "The End": While not outright terrifying, the [[spoiler: BrokenAngel-ness]] starts bad (normally straightlaced Cas organising hippie love-fests?) and just gets worse (normally straightlaced Cas turned organiser of hippie love-fests... who is entirely unruffled, telling past-Dean about how he's effectively human and takes amphetamines as "a perfect complement to that absinthe", while on the way to what he knows is [[spoiler: his death]]?). Unsettling, even by Supernatural's standards.
-->'''Dean''': Are you... stoned?
-->'''Cas''': Generally, yeah.

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* Castiel in "The End": End:" While not outright terrifying, the [[spoiler: BrokenAngel-ness]] BrokenAngel ness]] starts bad (normally straightlaced straitlaced Cas organising hippie love-fests?) and just gets worse (normally straightlaced straitlaced Cas turned organiser of hippie love-fests... who Who is entirely unruffled, telling past-Dean about how he's effectively human and takes amphetamines as "a perfect complement to that absinthe", absinthe," while on the way to what he knows is [[spoiler: his death]]?). death?]]) Unsettling, even by Supernatural's standards.
-->'''Dean''':
''Supernatural'''s standards:
--> '''Dean:'''
Are you... stoned?
-->'''Cas''':
Stoned?
--> '''Cas:'''
Generally, yeah.



* Lucifer any time really. First, he isn't the 'devil' most people perceive. He's brutally honest, straight up with the Winchesters (and especially Sam) about his plans. Problem is, there's nothing they can do to stop him. [[spoiler:Even the Colt, which was said to be able to destroy just about anything, can't kill him.]] He's just a really nice guy who just happens to have the end of all human life on his agenda.
** Hammer of the Gods: [[spoiler: A collection of the most powerful pagan gods are so terrified of Lucifer that they meet together to create a plan to stop him. This includes Odin, Kali, Baldur, and Mercury (the Roman form of Hermes.) What happens when he shows up to the gathering? A one sided slaughter the likes of which is rarely seen in Supernatural.]]
* Death. When first we hear of the Four Horsemen, it's assumed that they're demons. This is very much so not the case when it comes to Death. The guy scares the ever-living crap out of Dean Winchester, who takes crap from NO MAN.
* The wraith hallucinations in "Sam, Interrupted" where Dean sees everyone's reflections as rotting faces. Then there's the sketch of the wraith in Martin's journal--[[SarcasmMode thanks for that, Martin!]] ''Then'' there's its M.O. of [[DrivenToMadness driving people insane]] so that it can feed off of them and, once it's used up a victim, it kills them in a way that [[MakeItLookLikeAnAccident makes it look like the patients simply killed themselves]]. [[FridgeHorror Who knows how many mental institution patient "suicides" were actually the work of a wraith that was never caught?]]
* "My Bloody Valentine" and especially that [[IAmAHumanitarian couple at the beginning]] was nightmare fuel in its pure, distilled form; none of the Horsemen are family-friendly, but Famine is a very special case.

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* Lucifer any time really. First, he isn't the 'devil' "devil" most people perceive. He's brutally honest, straight up with the Winchesters (and especially Sam) about his plans. Problem is, there's nothing they can do to stop him. [[spoiler:Even [[spoiler: Even the Colt, which was said to be able to destroy just about anything, can't kill him.]] He's just a really nice guy who just happens to have the end of all human life on his agenda.
agenda.
** Hammer of the Gods: [[spoiler: A collection of the most powerful pagan gods are so terrified of Lucifer that they meet together to create a plan to stop him. This includes Odin, Kali, Baldur, and Mercury (the Roman form of Hermes.) Hermes). What happens when he shows up to the gathering? A one sided slaughter the likes of which is rarely seen in Supernatural.]]
''Supernatural.'']]
* Death. When first we hear of the Four Horsemen, it's assumed that they're demons. This is very much so not the case when it comes to Death. The guy scares the ever-living crap out of Dean Winchester, who takes crap from NO MAN.
MAN.
* The wraith hallucinations in "Sam, Interrupted" where Dean sees everyone's reflections as rotting faces. Then there's the sketch of the wraith in Martin's journal--[[SarcasmMode journal -- [[SarcasmMode thanks for that, Martin!]] ''Then'' there's its M.O. of [[DrivenToMadness driving people insane]] so that it can feed off of them and, once it's used up a victim, it kills them in a way that [[MakeItLookLikeAnAccident makes it look like the patients simply killed themselves]]. themselves.]] [[FridgeHorror Who knows how many mental institution patient "suicides" were actually the work of a wraith that was never caught?]]
* "My Bloody Valentine" and especially that [[IAmAHumanitarian couple at the beginning]] was nightmare fuel in its pure, distilled form; none of the Horsemen are family-friendly, family friendly, but Famine is a very special case.



** The scene at the end where the guy is lying dead in the deep-fryer. ''His whole upper body was in there''. [[FridgeHorror The implication being]] that, since he was earlier shown sticking his hands in the fryer to get to the food within, once he either ate his deep-fried hands or lost use of them, he stuck his face in to eat more.

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** The scene at the end where the guy is lying dead in the deep-fryer. ''His whole upper body was in there''. there.'' [[FridgeHorror The implication being]] that, since he was earlier shown sticking his hands in the fryer to get to the food within, once he either ate his deep-fried hands or lost use of them, he stuck his face in to eat more.



** "The Children Are Our Future": The idea that someone could die just cause you tell [[RealityWarper the wrong kid]] LiesToChildren is both this and ParanoiaFuel.

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** "The Children Are Our Future": Future:" The idea that someone could die just cause you tell [[RealityWarper the wrong kid]] LiesToChildren is both this and ParanoiaFuel.
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