Supernatural: Why Fare Thee Well Was Beautiful

“The final scene in Don’t Call Me Shurley was one of the best I have seen in a long time on Supernatural, or perhaps on any other show. I had a feeling that the episode was going to be a good one, but I was certainly not expecting that ending at all. I am still basking in the glow that was this 20th episode of the 11th season.

The song added to the beautiful moment, because just when you think all is lost, a ray of sunlight shines through. It was truly a powerful moment, to watch the light that was shining on his face just get brighter and brighter, as he finally revealed himself! It was truly breathtaking. It is a rare moment in television when one particular scene can make you feel so warm, and lighthearted inside.”
By: Diane Selburg May 6, 2016

NOTE: This version of Fare Thee Well was licensed to Supernatural by Bob Gibson’s former music publisher Melody Trails/TRO. The use of this same version in the Coen Brothers’ movie Inside Llewyn Davis was not licensed.

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