We’ve made it virtually no secret that when it comes to episode titles, there are few we enjoy more than what the folks at “Supernatural” bring to the table. Often they are funny, but even when they are not, there is typically a sense of cleverness to them that makes you think that there was some actual thought put into them. This differs drastically from shows like “24” or “Two and a Half Men,” which use some sort of gimmick every time, such as a time period or a gross quote. There’s no way you remember episodes like that.
Today, we’ve got for you, courtesy of SpoilerTV, the names of three episodes that are coming up a little later this year. (The show’s January 20 return is the tenth of the season.)
Episode 10×13 – “Halt and Catch Fire.” We love this show; we’re sure that this is probably not an episode about Lee Pace and a 1980s computer company, but we do still appreciate the reference.
Episode 10×14 – “The Executioner’s Song.” This is also the title for a popular book from the 1980s by Norman Mailer, which chronicled the Utah executive of Gary Gilmore.
Episode 10×15 – “The Things They Carried.” Clearly, the show loves literary references this season. This is also a wonderful, captivating book by Tim O’Brien that features a platoon of American soldiers during the Vietnam War.
We love all of these titles, but we do report these with a major caveat: They could change at any given moment, and they often do with this show when you get a little closer to them airing.
For the time being, let us know in the comments what you think about many of these titles. Also, sign up today if you want some further TV scoop via our CarterMatt Newsletter, or click here to get the latest “Supernatural” news. (Photo: The CW.)