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Date Posted: 13:13:32 09/30/06 Sat
Author: Mike (Happy)
Subject: Supernatural, more than picking up the void left by ANGEL's demise!

If it hasn't been mentioned or posted before about Supernatural, then I'll be the first to bring it up.....that Supernatural is one helluva awesome series that has continued the tradition of entertaining, edgy, sharp programming that once was ANGEL. I've meant to post these thoughts for a long time during Supernatural's first-rate first season yet never gave myself the time until now. This is a fright fest that has the mood, the suspense, great lines, great villans, and certainly, great heroes to cheer for. ANGEL was and continues to be at the top of the list, though, I could just say that "presently"
Supernatural has become my favorite series (favorite new series currently running to be exact). Smallville is another one that I dig and has kept going during and after ANGEL's run. However, Supernatural, despite its main plot, to me feels a lot like ANGEL. The good guys also seem morally conflicted at times and would do whatever it takes to take down demons and save one another. Anyways, IMHO, Supernatural ought to be the new bread and butter for those of us who'll continue to miss ANGEL and get to relive it on DVD.

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