‘Supernatural’ Season 6 ‘Unforgiven’ Episode Preview Clips

Published 4 years ago by , Updated March 3rd, 2014 at 7:05 am,

supernatural season six video previews unforgiven Supernatural Season 6 Unforgiven Episode Preview Clips

One of the best, longest-running genre shows on television returned last week with one hell of a bang. Indeed, despite being six seasons old, Supernatural is as good as it’s ever been and doesn’t look to be letting up any time soon.

Last week’s excellent episode saw the once soulless Sam returned to his normal, empathetic self (if only temporarily), as well as the addition of this season’s villain, known simply as the “Mother of all”. Today, we’ve got two video previews for this Friday’s episode, entitled “Unforgiven.”

Because Sam Winchester was walking around the planet without his soul for a while, he did some terrible and heartless things to his friends, his family, and various other innocent people. Some things we saw firsthand this season – allowing Dean, his brother, to be transformed into a vampire; attempting to murder his father figure, Bobby Singer, as a means to keep his potentially tattered soul outside of his body – and many more we didn’t, as they occurred between seasons five and six.

Though Sam can’t remember any of the heinous acts he committed prior to regaining his soul, he knows he did them and he wants to make amends – which is what “Unforgiven” seems to be about. So far as I can discern from the previews, it appears that ‘Soulful Sam’ will have to pay for the at least one of the crimes that ‘Soulless Sam’ committed — crimes that we may finally get to see for ourselves, thanks to the magic of flashbacks.

Check out the videos below:

“Unforgiven” Preview

“Unforgiven” Clip

Color me excited, because Soulless Sam is hands down my favorite version of the guy. He’s creepy. He’s a bit of a sociopath. He’s tough as nails. And, amazingly, he’s kind of funny, which is something Soulful Sam has never, ever been. (Despite trying so hard!) Now, I’m happy that the show didn’t needlessly drag out the ‘Sam needs a soul’ storyline, but I just wish there were a way I could have both story development and Soulless Sam. Simultaneously.

This, I suppose, is the next best thing.


Supernatural airs Fridays @9pm on The CW.

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  1. Last week’s episode was all kinds of brilliant, I laughed my ass off several times, but they need to keep up that quality to keep me interested. I nearly gave up early in season 6, but I cautiously hope that the show is back on track.

    “What was that?”

    “One part age, three parts liquor?”

    • I thought the first few episodes were pretty lacking, especially the first, but ever since Weekend at Bobby’s, I’ve been fully onboard.

    • I’ve always said Supernatural is not a show you can judge on an episode to episode basis and you have to watch a season slowly develop you can only judge a season as a whole and when all is said and done I think this season will hold up well. Supernatural has always been about the larger arc of the season. Sure some episodes are better than others, but over all it’s all about the seasons.

      People were trashing the early episodes of the season and while they were not the best of the series they certainly were not the worst I’ve seen worse Supernatural shows than the first 3 of this season.

      • It was just so dull in the early half of the season, and killing Crowley was a massive mistake, I hope they find a way to bring him back. I have only enjoyed 3 episodes of this season, the rest I feel were painfully average.

        • I agree killing Crowley was a mistake, but not so sure bringing him back is a good idea. It just happens to often with to many characters. The only character I would be ok seeing come back at this point would be their dad. I’ve wanted to see him again for a long time it has to happen before the show ends. I hate that he was such a great and loving Father in Deans mind at the beginning and then it’s almost as if as soon as they realized JDM would never return they started treating his character like trash and running him through the dirt.

          I’ve honestly enjoyed every single episode However there have only been 5 that I loved.

          • I’m interested where they are going with this new ‘Mother’ villain, but I don’t see how she can be more of a threat than The Devil himself, these past 2 episodes have seemed like they were from a different season to me, what happened to the weapons of god arc? And the alphas was never quite resolved.
            Storywise and thematically, this season has just seemed like a bit of a jumbled mess to me.

            And yes, I agree about not bring Crowley back, but considering the title of the show, the chances of him staying dead are slim.

            Death is a great addition to the show and I hope we see him again soon.

            • The Alpha story is far from over. They are the underlings of the mother of all. She created them and I’m certain she will be sending them after the brothers. The Alpha story isn’t gonna just be dropped don’t worry.

              The weapons was never meant to be a major story arc for this season. It’s simply a sub plot that I think will take a bigger focus in the next season and just being used in this season as not only an intro but a reason to keep Cas away to prevent him from just making everything to easy for the brothers. Cas is even more powerful now and with out a distraction story for him he’d be making the brothers just walk through evil. The weapon story will be returning this season though and I expect the stories to all end up connecting together by the end of the season creating massive backlash for the next season for the brothers to deal with.

              • Has a 7th season actually been confirmed yet?

                • Not one hundred percent as far as I know but it’s essentially a lock. CW has such bad ratings in general that they can’t afford to not renew it since it’s among their highest rated show and with out Smallville they will need something thats been dependable. Basically it boils down to if CW does not renew it they will pay for their own assassination. They don’t have enough shows with decent enough ratings to sustain them for much longer with out it and smallville.

                  • Well without Supernatural and Smallville they havent got hardly anything to bring in the ratings, as both of those shows pull in almost 3 million viewers a week.
                    But I cant see Supernatural lasting longer than 7 seasons.

                    • These are the only shows I watch on CW. The other stuff just look like garbage to me.

  2. Couldn’t agree more. Fantastic!