The team thinks the case involves a werewolf, but what is the monster really? Find out by watching The Winchesters Season 1, Episode 6.
We all know about werewolves. We know how to kill them, and we’ve seen them live normal lives for the most part. It looks like the team is dealing with a normal werewolf problem in The Winchesters.
That is until they get there. Mary has been called in by a friend, and it turns out that some information has been left out. Had they had all the information they needed, Lati would have probably figured out that this wasn’t a werewolf after all.
What is it? The creature looks very much like that little girl in the abandoned town at the end of Supernatural Season 2. Could it be a similar sort of demonic spirit?
Latika struggles with being a hunter in The Winchesters Season 1, Episode 6
During the episode, we’ll spend a little more time with Lati. She’s struggling to be a hunter. It’s clear that she is still in touch with some family and she’s lied to Mary and Carlos about her parents, but why? What’s gone on in her past to pretend her parents are dead?
Is this something we’ll find out tonight? It’s possible considering she’s going to question her future as a hunter.
Carlos will find himself in some sort of situation that he never expected. What does this mean? We’ve seen Carlos grow considerably over the last couple of episodes, so I’m excited to see what’s in store in this new episode.
Check out the promo and synopsis for The Winchesters Season 1, Episode 6:
Mary (Meg Donnelly) gets a call from an old family friend who’s looking for some help but when the team arrives, they learn that some crucial details were left out. While Latika (Nida Khurshid) struggles with being a Hunter and questions her future with it, John’s (Drake Rodger) eagerness, and commitment to the Hunt worries Mary. Carlos (JoJo Fleites) finds himself in a situation he’s never experienced before and doesn’t know what to do with himself.
Watch The Winchesters Season 1, Episode 6 live
The Winchesters airs Tuesdays on The CW.