New series review: Wynonna Earp

Hi my hot cute girly geeks and boy geeks. Today I will be reviewing Wynonna Earp, or at least the couple of episodes that have been aired up until now (that’s just 4!!!).


I’m always on the look-out for new series to watch, yep, I have no life, at least not a social one (well, a partially social life). And this time I stumbled upon Wynonna Earp. Or as I call it, hopefully the female version of Supernatural, set in the Wild Wild West if Jo was still alive.

Wynonna Earp is brought to you by the syfy channel and it has that same feeling as a lot of their series. I don’t know what that is, but if you’ve been watching a lot of series you immediately can tell if it’s produced by syfy, or CW or HBO or any other network.


Originally starting out as a comic book series and riding the success of the Marvel / DC brought to our screens. It specifies as an Action/Western/Fantasy/Horror series. Yep….

According to IMDB: Based on the IDW Comic, Wynonna Earp follows Wyatt Earp’s great granddaughter as she battles demons and other creatures. With her unique abilities, and a posse of dysfunctional allies, she’s the only thing that can bring the paranormal to justice.

But like I said before, it feels like the female version of Supernatural, only the sisters don’t travel cross-country but stay in Purgatory, the town, not the gateway to Hell.

I mean, there is Wynonna herself, leather jacket wearing, drinking, swearing, bad-ass with a gun, older sister coming back to her hometown where just about everyone hates her. She lost her father (shot him) and her sister, has a nasty prophecy hanging above her head and a special gun that can kill demons! Oh and she is trying to protect her still alive sister. (Dean)


And we have Waverly, the younger sister, trying to bad-ass herself, bit of a dork, super smart, speaks Latin, does a lot of research, had an imaginary friend called Bobo, and wants nothing more than help big sis killing demons. (Sam)


Agent Dolls, bit of a mystery man, can get his hands on some really old, creepy occult objects, knows his occult stuff, trying to teach Wynonna how to kill demons and other monsters and how to shoot. Doesn’t take shit from no-one but somehow will protect the girls. (Bobby)


Doc Holliday, once a good-guy, now we don’t know yet, seems to be working for both parties, the good and the evil side, old but still good looking, there is some tension between him and Wynonna and you’re constantly wondering if she is gonna kill him or f*ck him. (Cas)

WYNONNA EARP -- "Keep the Home Fires Burning" Episode 102 -- Pictured: Tim Rozon as Doc Holliday -- (Photo by: Michelle Faye/Syfy/Wynonna Earp Productions)

And we have demons, not the black-eyed ones but these have red eyes, are stuck in Purgatory, again the town and trying to get out before Wynonna kills them with her special gun. If they are killed they get sucked back into hell, looks pretty cool.

So, we’re four episodes in and I kinda like it. It’s funny, I like strong female leads, it reminds me of Supernatural, I don’t know, it appeals to me for some reason.

Have you seen it? What are your thoughts? And no I haven’t read the comics so no spoilers!!!

Love, your own hot cute girly geek, Mendy


Supernatural season 2, the road so far!!!

Hi hot, cute, girly (and boy) geeks of mine.

Like I said in my previous post about Supernatural, I’m a big fan. I’m currently re-watching all episodes so I can blog about it. And of course because I love to re-watch all the episodes again.  And I’m down to season 4 at the moment, but I owed you a blog about season 2.

The first season ended where Sam, Dean and John where in a huge car crash. They are rushed to the hospital and Dean is in a coma. It is his time to die and his reaper is following him to let go of life and die. But Sam finds out he is still around and eventually John decides to offer his life for Deans in a deal with the yellow eyed demon.

So they are now even more determent to hunt the demon down. They get help from Ellen, Jo and Ash and we see the first of Bobby. Bobby is also a hunter and kept an eye out for the boys when they grew up. He keeps them under his wing and helps Dean and Sam solving cases as a kind of bad ass supernatural librarian who can kill demons and other supernatural creepy things. I love Bobby. He’s like the cool uncle you never had, but wish you did.

Taking a small detour we also run into some vampires, and there is one vampire I like a lot. Lenore played by Amber Benson, also known as Tara from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. And I love her in this role.

Finally they find out that the yellow eyed demon, who has a name by now: Azazel has more murders on his name. He corrupted more children with demon blood, like Sam, and like Sam they also have some kind of supernatural ability. Throughout the season we meet more of these kids.

We also get to meet the trickster. And the reason I mention him, is because we are going to see more of him in the other seasons. A trickster is a demi-god who can manipulate reality and has as soft spot for sweets, what turns out to be a giveaway in another episode in another season.

In the last two episodes, things get disturbing. Azazel kidnaps Sam and takes him and the other “special” children to an abandoned town. When Dean finds out Sam is missing he goes to the roadhouse for help, only to find it burned down to the ground with Ash his body in it. But no sign of Ellen and Jo. Then he turns to Bobby for help. And Dean gets a vision on where to find Sam.

Sam got one of the other kids to project this vision to Dean in order to help them. One by one, the kids get slaughtered and Sam finds out why. Azazel visits him in a dream and tells him he needs a leader for his army of demons. And the remaining kid gets to lead the army. Of course we all thought Sam would win, but he gets killed in the end.

But with one more episode remaining, Dean strikes a deal with a crossroad demon for Sam to get back from the dead. Normally, a deal with a crossroads demon will cost you your soul and you get 10 years more of living, but not Dean, he gets 1 year total. He takes the deal and Sam is back with the living. They hunt down the remaining kid and team up with Bobby and Ellen, who apparently survived the fire of the roadhouse.

Before Ash died he found out that Samuel Colt build a giant demon trap in Wyoming, using railway lines. And in the middle of it, it’s a gateway to Hell. The surviving kid, Jake, uses the colt to open the gateway, releasing hundred of demons, and big surprise John Winchester. John helps Sam and Dean into defeating Azazel and shutting the gateway to Hell. John’s spirit moves on and the Winchester boys are ready for another season of hunting, getting the escaped demons back to Hell

Oh how I loved this second season, Sam dying, Dean dying, both getting back, vampires, demons, guns and Bobby. This one is a classic.

Oh and in other good news, I am busy making plans to getting my Supernatural tattoo. I contacted a tattoo shop in Paris, where I’m going next month, to find out how much it’s going to cost me and everything. I keep you updated.

To wrap things up. I rate the season a 9 out of 10, again, and urge you to go watch it, if you aren’t already a Supernatural addict.

Love, your hot cute girly geek.