Welcome back to Humor Nation. Fans know very well that Supernatural has served as an unlimited source of entertainment for the fans. The show has provided not just moments of thrill, but also moments of surprising heartbreak to the fans. So be prepared to dive deep into the lesser known facts about the Supernatural episodes. From Easter eggs to the real world inspiration behind the episodes of the Supernatural, we are counting down five fascinating and unknown facts about the episodes of CW Supernatural.

So Take A Look At 5 Interesting Facts About The Episodes of Supernatural


The episode ‘Yellow Fever’ will always be remembered for Jensen Ackles’ air guitar performance of ‘Eye of The Tiger’, but did you know it was made possible only due to Jared Padalecki who intentionally missed his cue which involved tapping on the Impala for Jensen to begin the act. After the producer credits in the episode, the extra clip featuring Jensen performing the song has been added with the title of ‘SUPERNATURAL PRESENTS: JENSEN ACKLES’. The extra clip extends beyond the planned cut and it is almost a minute long with Jensen lip-synching to the song with air guitars, and the SPN crew enjoying it in the background. In the episode, Jim Beaver’s character Bobby helps Sam with information and he responds in Japanese when Sam asks if he speaks Japanese. In reality, Jim Beaver is fluent in the Japanese language.


Aimee Garcia portrayed the role of Nancy Fitzgerald in Season 3 episode ‘Jus In Bello’. Her character is a police department employee who is very religious and pious, and believes in the existence of the devil and the Supernatural. What is interesting is that Aimee Garcia would play the role of forensic scientist Ella Lopez in the show Lucifer. Her character of Ellla Lopez is also a devout Christian who would solve crimes along with the devil by her side. Both Supernatural and Lucifer share numerous similarities in terms of its characters and lore.


Mystery Spot is among the best episodes of Supernatural. The episode involves Sam Winchester reliving a day over and over again where he experiences the demise of his brother. There are plenty of amazing trivia associated with this episode. Did you know that Jared who played called this episode as one of his least favorites as it was emotionally overwhelming for him and it made him cry several times. Another interesting trivia is that this episode takes inspiration from the X-Files episode titled ‘Monday’ where the character of Agent Mulder meets his demise in a loop, waking up to relive the same day as fresh. The episode was co-written by John Shiban and was directed by Kim Manners. The same people also worked on the ‘Mystery Spot’ where Kim Manners served as the director and John Shiban co-produced the episode.


Did you know that the very first scene of the Supernatural to be filmed is the one where Sam and Dean are doing their research in the library. The pilot episode set the tone of the show, but there are numerous amazing facts related with the very first episode that not a whole lot of fans are aware of. The script of the pilot episode wen through several revisions. Earlier drafts involves the demise of John Winchester, the boys finding their father on the ceiling in the similar fashion as Jessica. Another idea involved Sam suspecting Dean of being a serial-killer. The final scene of the episode involved Sam finding Jessica on the ceiling and fire has engulfed the area, Dean pulls Sam outside of the house. In this scene, actual fire was used. Jensen and Jared were instructed to act, but were strictly told once they felt the hotness of the fire, they must run out of the room. Even the firefighters were ready on the set to extinguish the fire.


In this episode, Chuck Shurley is revealed to be the Prophet who also writes books under the name of ‘Carver Edlund’, like many of the names used in the Supernatural, this name comes from the names of the executive producer Jeremy Carver & the co-producer Ben Edlund. This isn’t the only nod in the episode. Sam and Dean can be seen eating at a diner named ‘Kripke’s Hollow Diner’ which is a reference to Eric Kripke. This episode has also made references to popular writers such as Stephen King, Kurt Vonnegut, and directors like M. Shyamalan. In the episode, Chuck says that the only explanation about all of it is that he’s a God which led to him writing about Sam and Dean. Soon after this episode, fan theories began circulating that Chuck is God which eventually became canon in Season 11 when he revealed himself as the God. There’s also a meta reference in the episode as Chuck apologies to the boys for the awful writing of the chapters of ‘Bugs’ and ‘Ghost Ship’. It was a reference to the Supernatural episodes ‘Bugs’ and ‘Red Sky at Morning’ which received terrible response from the fans and were considered to be worst in the show.


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By Ivaylo Angelov

Ivaylo Angelov born in Bulgaria, Varna graduated School Geo Milev is Tvserieswelove's Soaps Editor and oversees all of the section's news, features, spoilers and interviews.