I’ve received a lot of “Where are they now?” questions regarding the Sonic characters in my stories, so here you go! This information is based on when Aurora is born/very young, but majority of this information will stay the same up until she’s a young adult. Also, this headcanon is applicable to both the Boom Universe and Modern Universe, as I have Aurora in both. Hopefully this clears up any questions you had! Putting this in the “FAQ” tag for easy reference.
Kaitlyn! I wanted to thank you for all your help on my fic. You are the best <3 So, if you remember my oh so very subtle asking of what your favourite fic you’ve written was, this is what I’ve been planning since. I love the times when Emma gets down to hug him. I have a weakness for hugs. And originally I was going to do something different but upon re-reading it this came into mind. Also shout out and thanks to @cocohook38 for looking over my idea :D
Not-So-Scary “Supernatural” episodes for “Gilmore Girls” fans to see
I know a lot of old Jared Padalecki fans are rediscovering their love for him since the “Gilmore Girls” reunion was announced, and a lot of you don’t want to watch “Supernatural” because it is, quite frankly, too scary for your tastes.
Below is a list of episodes that are straight-up silly or minimally scary. All episodes are available on Netflix, so you can cautiously sneak a peek at him :)
If there are any eps I missed or anything from Seasons 10 and 11 (which I’m admittedly still catching up on), SPN fans, please reblog and add!
Just FYI, when I say “Minimally Scary”, I mean on a scale of 1-10, they are a 2. Slightly Scary means 1. Not-At-All-Scary means 0. Silly means -10.
2x15- “Tall Tails” (If anything, minimally scary, but barely noticeable)
Sam and Dean hunt a Trickster, a Demi-God obsessed with giving people their “just desserts”. The Trickster has set his sights on the brothers though- and is slowly turning Sam and Dean against one another with little pranks each brother believes is being played by the other.
3x05- “Bedtime Stories” (Minimally Scary)
Sam and Dean investigate a series of murders that appear to be straight out of fairy tales.
3x11- “Mystery Spot” (Not-So-Scary, very silly)
Sam is trapped in a “Groundhog Day” loop, repeating the same Tuesday over and over again. The clock only resets once Dean dies (usually in a very funny way), and no matter what he does, Sam cannot stop his death unless he figures out what creature is causing the loop.
4x05- “Monster Movie” (Not-So-Scary)
The brothers visit an Oktoberfest celebration to look into a series of murders committed by classic 1930s horror movie creatures (like Frankenstein). The entire episode is filmed in black and white.
4x08- “Wishful Thinking” (Not-So-Scary to minimally scary)
In a small town, a wishing well really works, bringing a teddy bear to life, giving a bullied child super-strength, and helping several people win the lottery- except that every wish inevitably goes wrong.
4x12- “Criss Angel is a Douchebag” (Minimally Scary)
People begin dying at a magicians convention is Iowa. Three friends outranked by flashier new magicians appear to have harnessed real magic to clear the playing field.
4x17- “It’s a Terrible Life” (Slightly more than minimally scary)
Dean Smith and Sam Wesson both work for a major company. They aren’t friends, they aren’t brothers, and they don’t hunt. When a ghost inside the building starts killing people, memories begin to slip through. (Just turn away at the elevator scene)
5x05- “Fallen Idols” (Minimally Scary)
People are being killed by their idols, thanks to a wax museum. Paris Hilton guest stars in this episode, along with a very non-non-violent Gandhi.
5x06 “I Believe the Children are our Future” (Minimally Scary)
People are being killed or changed by practical jokes- hand-buzzers electrocute people, a tooth fairy steals teeth, itching powder makes a girl scratch through her own head, and a man’s face “Freezes like that”.
5x08 “Changing Channels” (Silly, not scary at all)
The Trickster resurfaces and traps Sam and Dean in TV shows where they must “play the roles” in order to escape each scenario, such as a soap opera, a japanese game show, and Knight Rider.
5x09- “The Real Ghostbusters” (Minimally Scary)
Sam and Dean find their way to a convention for a series of books called “Supernatural” (a friend of theirs is a Prophet of the Lord who released the books based on visions of Sam and Dean’s adventures, not realizing they are real people). The LARPers there are all Sams and Deans participating in a fictitious ghost hunt with real-life consequences.
5x12- “Swap Meat” (Not-So-Scary)
A nerdy teenage boy casts a spell to swap bodies with Sam. While the boy runs around in Sam’s form, Sam is stuck attending high school and putting up with overbearing parents until they can figure out a cure.
6x05- “Live Free or Twihard” (Not-So-Scary)
Twilight fangirls are being lured away and abducted by real-life vampires.
6x09- “Clap Your Hands if You Believe” (Not-So-Scary)
Apparent alien abductions in a small Indiana town (not far from where I live!) may be the work of fairies or leprechauns…
6x15- “The French Mistake” (Silly, not at all scary in any way)
For their protection, Sam and Dean are sent by the angel Balthazar to another dimension- one where they are the actors Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, stars of the show “Supernatural” about two demon hunting brothers. In an episode that re-defines “meta”, every actor plays a caricature of themselves.
6x17- “My Heart Will Go On” (Not-So-Scary)
Sam and Dean check into a case where people are dying in freak accidents. They discover that, simply because he hates the song “My Heart Will Go On”, the angel Balthazar (lovable little shit) traveled back in time to stop the Titanic from sinking, thus preventing the movie from ever being made. The accidents are the work of a creature trying to re-set the timeline.
7x05- “Shut Up, Dr. Phil” (Minimally Scary)– BUFFY FANS WILL ENJOY
James Marsters (Spike) and Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia) from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” play a pair of ancient witches going through a nasty divorce and taking their hatred for one another out on the people in each others lives. To save the town, Sam and Dean have to become marriage counselors.
7x08- “Season 7: Time For a Wedding!” (Minimally Scary to Not-At-All Scary)
Becky, the eternal fangirl from the “Supernatural” book series, has a witch cast a spell to make Sam fall madly in love with her and marries him in a Vegas ceremony.
7x11- “Adventures in Babysitting” (Minimally Scary)
Dean has to babysit the teenage daughter of a missing hunter as the brothers try to figure out where he went.
7x12- “Time After Time” (Minimally Scary)
Dean is sent back to the year 1944 and teams up with detective Eliot Ness to find a way back.
7x20- “The Girl With the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo” (Minimally Scary)
This episode is more ingrained in the season story-arc, but it falls under the “minimally scary” category. Felicia Day guest stars as Charlie, a young IT genius who realizes her boss may be a people-eating monster called a Leviathan.
8x08- “Hunter Heroici” (Minimally Scary)
Sam and Dean investigate a series of murders that have strong ties to old cartoons. Mike Farrell (B.J. from the AMAZING classic TV series “M*A*S*H”) guest stars.
8x11 “LARP and the Real Girl” (Not-At-All Scary)
Charlie (Felicia Day) returns when two LARPers (Live Action Role Players) die in a renaissance-style game that may or may not have an evil fairy watching it.
8x20 - “Pac Man Fever” (Minimally Scary)
Charlie (still Felicia Day) pops back in to help Sam and Dean solve a series of murders. She is put into a fear-inducing dream by the baddie that forces her to live through the plot of a video game she stole as a kid.
9x05 “Dog Dean Afternoon” (Not-So-Scary)
Dean begins to take on dog-like traits as they investigate a series of murders committed by people with animal traits. He can speak to dogs and hear their thoughts.
9x13- “The Purge” (Minimally Scary)
Sam and Dean investigate a series of murders of people at a weight-loss spa.
10x05- “Fan Fiction” (Not-So-Scary)
Sam and Dean investigate the disappearance of a teacher overseeing production of a student-written musical, a fanfiction based on the book series “Supernatural” about Sam and Dean’s adventures. This was the show’s 200th episode and very much a gift to fans.
Here’s a little something while I continue working on the 3D sans. My old ref/interpretation for him is seriously outdated and honestly kinda hard to look at without cringing. Other artists have been making refs for their specific sans designs too, which helped inspire me to make this.