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Season 10 timeline is up!

I haven't added it to the SuperWiki yet, but I'll try to do that sometime in the next few days (it's a little more labourious in terms of formating).

In the meantime, you can find the Season 10 timeline here, and linked through my Timeline Master Post. Also, I made a few additions to the Pre-series Timeline based on things we learned this year (including how old Bobby was!)

They didn't give me many dates this year, so I do apologize for that - however, it's a bit of a logic puzzle, because I can often tell you how much time has passed between episodes, and how many days are in each episode, so if you really wanted to, you might be able to figure out some dates that I haven't! Or at least approximate them! If you actually want to sit down and try to work it out, and you come up with something with really solid logic, please let me know.

A fun factoid that I discovered while timelining that isn't information I can use on the timeline - Dean's fake IDs have a range of birthdays from 1968 to 1984... meaning that on some of his IDs, he's 11 years older than he is, and on another he's supposedly a year younger than Sam. I thought that was amusing. For the record, the "Freddy Mercury" ID was the youngest, and I think it was the "Lemmy Kilmister" ID that was the oldest.

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frozen_delight
Jun. 4th, 2015 04:55 am (UTC)
You're awesome, thank you so much for this!
hells_half_acre
Jun. 4th, 2015 05:36 am (UTC)
Thanks! No prob! 'tis fun!

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hells_half_acre
Jun. 4th, 2015 06:35 am (UTC)
Thanks! :)

Huh, usually if it says Friday but it was a Monday, I'll make a note of why it doesn't match up - but I know my S1-S5 timeline got too long for the entry and I had to delete a lot of the notes. (I really should have separated the seasons into more manageable smaller posts, but I didn't want to break people's links.)

Anyway, to answer your question, I usually go with what's said in the show. I think it's the same with the pilot, where the events of the pilot happen over a weekend, but the actual dates they give us weren't on a weekend in reality. The show's reality trumps our reality - so, if they contradict the calendar, then I have to go with what they said. If they say nothing, and our calendar can be helpful then I'll use the calendar (Example: If I know they are in March, hunting a werewolf on the full moon, I can use the calendar to look up when the full moon was in March.)

And I just looked it up and I DIDN'T Make a note of it even in my personal copy of the timeline, but I definitely remember the episode in question and it was a case of them saying in the episode that it was a particular day and date, so that was a case of the writer's screwing up, much like in the Pilot.

My timeline note-taking practices weren't as thorough when I did S1, because I was just getting the hang of things. So, sorry about that!

Anyway, SUPER long-winded response to simple question, sorry!
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cappy712
Jun. 8th, 2015 03:58 am (UTC)
Just love your timelines..... thank you for taking the time to do them and share them with all of us....
hells_half_acre
Jun. 8th, 2015 05:44 am (UTC)
thanks for appreciating my time lines!! :)
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