04:17:09 PM Jun 2nd 2015
Lots of overuse of Magnificent Bastard. The trope is about more than just trickery.
- Ruby tricks everyone else into thinking she's a traitor, gains the trust of people like Sam and Anna (and a good chunk of viewers) who know that demons like her are evil, convinces Sam that it's a good idea to start drinking her blood and using his demon powers, tricks him into killing Lilith, and single-handedly almost destroys the brothers' relationship—which no other villain has come close to doing—all without anyone realizing her true plans. And that's all without taking into consideration how much Xanatos Speed Chess she must have played in each individual episode, like "Jus in Bello".
- Lucifer is charismatic, calm, and calculating. He knows how to use people's emotional pain and doubts against them and actually succeeded in gaining Sam as his vessel by season 5 finale.
- Metatron. He brings down Heaven itself with his cunning.
11:35:54 AM May 30th 2015
- Villain Sue: Bela and Crowley. Both of them consistently catch the Winchesters flat-footed, to the point of making many viewers wondering if they have some kind of permanent spell about them that reduces the Winchesters' IQ points. Crowley, however, does it more through being smart than blind luck, and people are more lenient of it thanks to Mark Sheppard's performance.
11:00:39 AM May 7th 2015
Um. Under Seasonal Rot, every single season after 2 gets listed. That... has to be misuse.