Top 5 predictions for the Supernatural Season 14 crossover episode

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Supernatural Season 14 is going to bring us some kind of pseudo-crossover situation. Since Scooby has been done and it’s a young-Dean storyline, what could this mean, exactly?

The “ScoobyNatural” episode was highly anticipated and had a fantastic outcome for the show and the fans, alike. Now with another crossover-type episode announced by Digital Spy for Supernatural Season 14, we have only a tiny dot of information to go on with some theories and predictions.

It has been said that the blend will come from something to do with Dean’s childhood. The much-talked-about Arrow crossover idea has been ruled out, at least for now, and it’s highly unlikely we will see Scoob and the Gang again this round since “it’s been done” is a thing.

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So will it be animated again? How will it fit into the storyline? Will this take place in the depths of Dean’s mind while Michael still has the wheel? Is this where Dean will be chilling while he has no control, like Castiel in the Winchesters’ kitchen?

While we think of a crossover as mixing with another show, might we see something from within the Supernatural storyline, itself? Let’s look at a few ideas:

5. Gilligan’s Island

Dean was trapped, awaiting the breaking of the final seal in Season 4’s finale, Lucifer Rising, when Zachariah makes a passing comment. Offering Dean all sorts of his personal favorites like a burger from that joint he loves, he offers Ginger from Gilligan’s Island, remarking that he’s got a real thing for her.

While this is a small mention, the Gilligan crew would be a very similar take to the Scooby version of the show. You have a crew of people who all have different talents and are used to working as a team.

Maybe the crew, knowing the island inside and out, helps them solve the mystery that brought them there. Or maybe the boys are on the hunt for some artifact they once saw on the show? Would it be fun to see Sam and Dean get them off the island? If nothing else, Dean could finally get that shot to be shot down by another lovely lady.

Supernatural — “Just My Imagination” — Photo: Bettina Strauss/The CW — Acquired via CW TV PR
Supernatural — “Just My Imagination” — Photo: Bettina Strauss/The CW — Acquired via CW TV PR /

4. Imaginary Friends

Season 11 gave us “Just My Imagination,” which led us into the very real world of younger Sam’s imaginary friend, Sully. The boys learn that these are not imaginary beings at all, they are creatures known as Zanna. These little buddies reveal themselves to children who are in need of protection, guidance, or support. Sully had come to them because the tables had turned and they needed Winchesters.

We got glimpses of many of these friends during the episode and they made mention of “checking in” and things that lead us to believe there may be an alternate level of existence where they are more at home. It would be interesting to see them show up again. Maybe Sam and Dean are no longer children, but they certainly find themselves in times of need pretty often.

It is also known that Zanna have a way of telepathically communicating with each other. Maybe this could serve as a form of angel radio as the two are hunting for someone or something down the line. Of course, maybe they will be Zanna, themselves!

And since Zanna are basically fairy godparents, maybe they will get in the business of granting some wishes. I can think of a few seemingly impossible character returns that the Winchesters would certainly arrange with a magic wand for a day.

Supernatural — “Tombstone” — Photo: Bettina Strauss/The CW — Acquired via CW TV PR
Supernatural — “Tombstone” — Photo: Bettina Strauss/The CW — Acquired via CW TV PR /

3. Any Which Way

In “Frontierland” during late Season 6, while they prepare to go back in time to get the ashes of a phoenix, Sam accuses Dean of having a fetish with “all that Wild West stuff.” Dean argues his obsession, saying it’s just about the movies. This comes up again when Sam mentions that Dean knows the words to every Clint Eastwood movie ever made, especially “those monkey movies.”

While Dean has always loved his TV, it seems Jensen Ackles shares this long-term love for the Western theme. Since we know he is often instrumental in idea generation for the show’s quirky twists and turns, this would surely be amazing for him (and we know he probably suggested it — or the Untouchables).

It’s a constant theme throughout the Supernatural storyline, like having another episode titled “Tombstone.” This is something we saw with Scooby Doo as well, so this idea isn’t really far-fetched.

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2. Andro Dunos

Remember that time way back in “Something Wicked” when little Dean left little Sam alone for a while, which he never did ordinarily, and John barely arrived in time to intervene from the window witch (aka Shtriga) snatching up his life force? That was the day Dean realized how serious it was for him to watch over Sam as his number one priority.

He always felt guilty that the shtriga got away because he should have been there. But with the stress of his little kid life, he had instead been out playing Andro Dunos in the motel’s game room.

A noteworthy throwback in time, this game was for the earliest of gamers. Your classic fantasy shooting game, killing the bad guys, was one that captured Dean right away, to be sure. He was sucked into that thing for hours and surely would be siked to get dropped in the middle of any arcade game.

While it’s not a cartoon again, the animation would leave them limitless with stunts, weapons, tasks, and maybe even evil bosses to contend with. No cheat codes allowed!

NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 08: Jeffrey Dean Morgan attends AMC presents “The Walking Dead” at New York Comic Con at The Theater at Madison Square Garden on October 8, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for AMC)
NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 08: Jeffrey Dean Morgan attends AMC presents “The Walking Dead” at New York Comic Con at The Theater at Madison Square Garden on October 8, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for AMC) /

1. The Walking Dead

Obviously. Yes, we’ve said it before, but it seems like such a sparkly idea. I mean, you can’t keep a good Winchester down, as we’ve seen with Mary showing back up, Samuel nursing Sam for a year, and obviously both of the boys literally to Hell and back. Why not see a true crossover and look at The Walking Dead world?

I, for one, would love to see them reunite and have the boys in the middle of a zombie apocalypse. Why would this happen? Maybe they found out he was there, some detour after climbing out of Hell or maybe like Mary with Apocalypse World, he goes where he thinks he’s needed. Maybe with an angel tablet, or maybe someone gets their powers back and makes them a tidy rift.

Either way, Sam and Dean must proceed to convince him to come back. Will Mary be the key to that idea? This would also be a highly suiting place to see the Wayward Sisters back in action.

SAN DIEGO, CA – JULY 21: (L-R) Actors Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Lauren Cohan and Alanna Masterson from “The Walking Dead” at the Hall H panel with AMC at San Diego Comic-Con International 2017 at the San Diego Convention Center on July 21, 2017 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for AMC)
SAN DIEGO, CA – JULY 21: (L-R) Actors Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Lauren Cohan and Alanna Masterson from “The Walking Dead” at the Hall H panel with AMC at San Diego Comic-Con International 2017 at the San Diego Convention Center on July 21, 2017 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for AMC) /

Let’s be honest, none of us are wondering if John will be back, we’re wondering when. Having him in his role as Negan could be a major twist. If he was really John Winchester, it would explain the cameo of Lucille we saw in Supernatural. It would also make Easter eggs and foreshadowing out of the lines making reference to John and baseball more than once.

There’s also the leather jacket and the fact that Negan seems to have pretty much no fear of death and how he’s a master of torture. Of course, can you imagine Dean’s joy to meet the fiersom Maggie!Bela? Complete with questions about her new accent. She does have a way with striking a deal. I love it.

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So now you have some ideas for the crossover episode to get your mind churning. Do you think one of these might be the winner? What other predictions or theories do you have? Share them with us in the comments or send us a tweet!

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