|Episode(s)|| 5.01 Sympathy for the Devil|
5.09 The Real Ghostbusters
7.08 Season Seven, Time for a Wedding!
15.04 Atomic Monsters
Well, sorry, that's not me anymore, Chuck. I am married to an amazing man, I have two great kids, and I like myself, Chuck. For the first time in a long time, I like myself.
– Becky Rosen, 15.04 Atomic Monsters
- 1 History
- 2 Episodes
- 3 Becky's FanFic
- 4 See also
- 5 Trivia
- 6 External links
Becky is a fan of the Supernatural books by Carver Edlund. Her online name is samlicker81, and she is the webmistress of morethanbrothers.net. She writes Wincest fanfiction. She meets Carver Edlund aka Chuck Shurley when contacts her to get a message to Sam and Dean. Becky organises the first Supernatural convention. Becky dates Chuck for a while. She is a Sam Girl, and after Chuck dumps her she drugs Sam with a love potion and marries him, until he is rescued by Dean. She also uploads the unpublished works of Carver Edlund under her screen name beckywinchester176.
Sometime after her marriage to Sam is annulled, Becky enters counselling which helps her address her problems -- allowing her to realize she was only in love with the character of Sam Winchester, not the actual Sam. Becky later marries a man named Rod and has two children (one of whom is called Rod Junior). She continues writing Supernatural fanfic, and starts making Supernatural themed miniatures, which she sells though her hugely successful Etsy shop.
Becky's call with Chuck.
Becky: Oh my God! You. You’re -
Chuck: Carver Edlund. Yeah. Hi, Becky.
Becky: You got my letters and my marzipan.
Chuck: Yeah, yeah. Um, yummy. But, uh -
Becky: I am your number one fan. You know, I’m Samlicker81.
Chuck: I’m sorry, you're what?
Becky: Webmistress at morethanbrothers.net
Chuck: Oh, yeah, no yeah. You’re my number one fan! That’s why I contacted you. You’re the only one who’ll believe me.
Becky: Are you alright?
Chuck: No, I’m being watched. Okay, not now, at least I don’t think so. But I don’t have much time. I need your help.
Becky: You need MY help?!
Chuck: That’s right. I need you to get a message to Sam and Dean. Okay?
Becky: Look, Mr. Edlund. Yes, I’m a fan, but I really don’t appreciate being mocked. I know that Supernatural's just a book, okay? I know the difference between fantasy and reality.
Chuck: Becky, it’s all real.
Becky: [extremely excited] I knew it!!
When Becky shows up at the motel the brothers are staying at she is amazed at Sam but Dean isn't what she expected. She recites word for word what Chuck told her and fixates herself on Sam much to his dismay.
Becky Rosen "borrows" Chuck Shurley's phone, pretending to be him, and texts Sam & Dean saying he's in a life or death situation. Sam and Dean rush over after driving all night only to find out that Becky has invited them to a Supernatural Convention for Chuck's books. When real ghosts start attacking people, Chuck has to step up and help keep everyone safe while Sam and Dean and two Supernatural fanboys, Demian and Barnes, fight the ghosts. His bravery impresses Becky who immediately abandons her pursuit of Sam for a relationship with Chuck.
When Dean calls Chuck for information on where Michael and Lucifer will hold their final battle, he answers expecting a Mistress Magda and Dean asks what happened to Becky. Chuck explains that their relationship didn't work out and that he respected her too much. Dean is unimpressed with Chuck's actions.
After Chuck breaks up with her, Becky fixates again on Sam. Wanting him, she gets a love potion from what she believes is a wiccan but is really a crossroads demon named Guy. Becky drugs Sam with the love potion during his annual trip to Vegas, aware of it from the Supernatural books and marries him in a chapel there. Repeatedly drugging Sam with the love potion, which she believes brings out deep feelings he has for her, she brings him to her high school reunion to show him off where she gets more potion from Guy. She also investigates the deaths of people who seem to have made deals with Guy.
After the potion wears off and she runs out, Becky knocks out Sam and takes him to her parent's fishing cabin where she ties him up and calls Guy for more potion, not listening to Sam when he tries to assert that Guy is not a good guy and to let him go. Becky is horrified when Guy reveals himself to be a crossroads demon and he offers her a 25 year deal for a permanent potion if she doesn't let the Winchesters know and promises not to have her killed in an "accident." Becky considers the deal and talks to Sam about how she wants someone to love her for her.
Despite being tempted to use the potion, Becky ultimately releases Sam and teams up with him, Dean and Garth to stop Guy. Becky pretends to agree to Guy's deal, but instead lures him into a devil's trap made out of blueberry vodka which she ignites with a lighter. During the confrontation that follows with Guy and his demon "intern" Jackson, Sam tells Becky to run, but she instead grabs Ruby's knife and stabs Jackson in the back with it, killing him and saving Sam leaving Becky awed at her actions. Thanks to this and Sam tossing him the knife, Dean overpowers Guy and tries to force him to cancel all of his deals, but Crowley shows up. Becky is in awe to see Crowley who she instantly recognizes while Crowley is bemused by her. Becky witnesses Crowley canceling all of Guy's deals and taking him off for punishment. Becky and Sam later sign an annulment and Sam comforts Becky about her finding someone who will love her for her and points her towards Garth, who is clearly checking Becky out, but Dean says "no" to him, which makes them both visibly upset.
Charlie Bradbury tells Sam and Dean that the unpublished works of Carver Edlund were uploaded by Becky under the screen name beckywinchester176, extending the publication of the The Supernatural Books. When asked if he has any idea who BeckyWinchester176 is, Sam quickly and uncomfortably denies it.
Charlie: Not a good idea, according to the "Supernatural" books.
Dean: You really can't delete those from the Internet?
Charlie: Not even I can do that. Come on.
Dean: Where do you even find them?
Charlie: A top-secret place I call Amazon. And someone uploaded all the unpublished works. I thought it was fanfic at first, but it was clearly Edlund's work.
Sam: Who uploaded it?
Charlie: I don't know. Their screen name was beckywinchester176.
Becky has just said goodbye to her husband, Rod, and two kids who are off for the day boating on Lake Michigan, when she sees Chuck standing across the street waving to her. After he explains that how he is feeling lost, Becky reluctantly invites him into her home, which has a lot of Supernatural memorabilia on display. She explains that her obsession Supernatural became unhealthy, and that after intensive counselling she was able to realize she only loved the character of Sam Winchester, and not the actual Sam. After that realization she is now happy, and still writes fanfic as well as making and selling Supernatural miniatures.
Chuck reveals that he's had a falling out with the Winchesters, and his sister won't support him. Becky asks what makes him happy, and he tells her creating. Becky encourages him to write again, and after protesting, he sits down at her laptop. When he finishes, Chuck asks Becky to read it and give him feedback. At first she says its great, but when he pushes her, Becky gives him her honest critiques -- citing the low stakes, Sam and Dean not mentioning Cas, no classic rock, a boring villain monologue and a flat climax. Angered, Chuck sits back down and begins writing again, telling Becky if she wants danger, he'll give her danger.
After reading his new pages, Becky is shocked, saying it is too dark and hopeless. Just then, Becky's husband and kids arrive home. Chuck snaps his fingers, causing them to disappear. Becky is distraught, but Chuck says they aren't dead, he has just sent them "away." When Becky demands he bring them back and how he can't do "this", he tells her he can do anything since he's a writer and then does the same to Becky before returning to his writing.
It is assumed that Becky and her entire family were returned by Jack along with the rest of the world.
Sam shivered as he leaned against the splintered wooden wall of the barn. His shoulder ached from his fight with the demon spawn Mar-Delok and his clothes were soaked from the cold rain which fell outside. He let the knife fall into the dust and turned to his brother.
Dean was shaken up. His chest was heaving with exertion and his shredded shirt was barely clinging to his muscular frame. Sam could see he was hurt.
"Hey. Are you ok?" Sam stepped closer and put his arms around Dean. "We're going to get out of this, they can't keep us here long."
The brothers huddled together in the dark as the sound of the rain drumming on the roof eased their fears of pursuit. Despite the cold outside and the demons who, even now, must be approaching, the warmth of their embrace comforted them.
And then Sam caressed Dean's clavicle.
"This is wrong," said Dean.
"Then I don't want to be right," replied Sam, in a husky voice.
- Becky Rosen is named after Winchester Bros admin Becky Gilreath
- The domain name morethanbrothers.net is owned by Warner Brothers (Source). There is also an actual Twitter account called @SuperBeckyRosen which tweeted the tweets seen during the show on September 24, 2011.
- On September 11, 2009, the LiveJournal account samlicker81 was created, and on September 12, 2009, "Becky" posted that her "Burning Desires" fic was now completed. On September 13, 2009, Becky posted to the Wincest community on LiveJournal, claiming the completion of her fic from Sympathy for the Devil. The identity of Becky so far is unknown.
- Fathallah, Judith May. 2010. Becky is my hero: The power of laughter and disruption in Supernatural. Transformative Works and Cultures, no. 4. https://doi.org/10.3983/twc.2010.0220.
- Kade, Stacey. 2011. Sam Winchester Should Be So Lucky... StacyKade.com, November 21; archive link
- On Becky, Storytelling and Simplicity by tiptoe39 (November 2011); archive link
- Becky Rosen -- A Character Study by rokhal (November 2011); archive link
- LET’S TALK ABOUT PARODY VS. AFFECTIONATE PARODY or That Time Hussie Parodied His Fans the Right Way by vantasticmess (June 2012); archive link 1, archive link 2
- Becky ... as a very creepy commentary on fandom culture by spnaturalconfessions; raptured-night (May 2016); archive link