Welcome back to the conclusion of my two-part review on Supernatural. Last time I dealt with the heroes, including an overview of the stars of the show – Sam and Dean Winchester.
This time I’ll be taking a closer look at the villains; those harbingers of evil who make life extremely difficult for the Winchesters.
I had to deal with Crowley first. He’s the king of hell; the demon we love to hate, and secretly like a little (or is that just me?) He might be evil, unapologetically so, but he’s upfront about it. He has a nickname for the brothers – Squirrel and Moose. He mainly calls Dean by his given name though, whereas Sam is always Moose, and it makes me smile every time! When the need calls for it Crowley teams up with the Winchesters, and those episodes are always fraught with tension and much humour.
Crowley (to Sam): Who would have thunk it, ey, Moose? You and me. Same team. In the trenches. When this is over, we can get matching tattoos.
He has a voice like gravel, a sharp wit, and an attitude fit for his position. He might be the bad guy, but he’s so good at it – it’s hard not to love him!
Editor’s note: It’s none other than the always amazing Mark Sheppard!