Motels: Season 11
The places Sam and Dean stay during each episode provides a very important backdrop to each episode. Whether they stay in a motel, squat, stay at Bobby's, or sleep in the car, we are reminded of their nomadic existence. The sets are always excellent, with wonderful attention to detail, the work of Production Designer Jerry Wanek.
The motels in particular have become a signature of the show with each one having a different theme and the set detail often containing in-jokes that only the most dedicated fan will get. Jensen said of the motel rooms: "Jerry Wanek's just a crazy guy, and likes to use his talents when he gets the ability to, and the motel rooms are his passion. source."
- “Get a Room!” Supernatural Season 11 Motel Rooms - Part 1 by Wednesday for The Winchester Family Business.
- “Get a Room!” Supernatural’s Season 11 Motels - Part Two by Wednesday for The Winchester Family Business.
See also Motels: Season 1, Motels: Season 2, Motels: Season 3, Motels: Season 4, Motels: Season 5, Motels: Season 6, Motels: Season 7, Motels: Season 8, Motels: Season 9, Motels: Season 10, Motels: Season 12, Motels: Season 13 and Motels: Season 14.
|Episode||Accommodation/ Motel name||Motel Location & Other Locations||Trivia||Picture|
|11.01 Out of the Darkness, Into the Fire||None||No sleeping happens in this episode.|
|11.02 Form and Void||None||Sam and Dean also get no sleep in this episode.|
|11.03 The Bad Seed||Men of Letters Bunker||Lebanon, Kansas||Sam and Dean start out here, where Castiel is recovering.|
|11.04 Baby||Baby||On the road between Kansas and Oregon||The boys are seen sleeping in The Most Important Object in the Universe, the 1967 Impala that has been in the family since 1973. Dean notably refers to Baby as "The Winchester Motel" in the episode.|
|11.05 Thin Lizzie||Lizzie's Bed and Breakfast Museum||Fall River, Massachusetts||The boys stay in Lizzie Borden's room at a bed and breakfast in the historic home of the famous suspected hatchet killer. This is based on a bed and breakfast that exists in the real world. This is one of the few times the boys react to the over-the-top tackiness of their accommodations due to the flowery nature of their surroundings.|
|11.06 Our Little World||DD Dream Motel||Fall River, Massachusetts||Though still in Fall River, Sam and Dean move to the DD Dream Motel, which seems to be a "best of" of previous motels' greatest hits, reusing the wallpaper from 5.08 Changing Channels, as well as some well-loved favorites such as the green and blue monochrome paintings and the sunburst clock.|
|11.07 Plush||None||Minnesota||There is a sad lack of motels in this episode.|
|11.08 Just My Imagination|| Men of Letters Bunker
| Lebanon, Kansas
(In the past) Somewhere near Milwaukee, Wisconsin
|Sam and Dean start out at the Bunker, where the kitchen has been taken over by Sam's childhood imaginary friend. Later we see flashbacks of Ray's Inn, where young Sam has been left behind by his father and brother. Ray's Inn appears to have a farm/country theme.|
|11.09 O Brother Where Art Thou?||Men of Letters Bunker||Lebanon, Kansas||The boys start out in the Bunker.|
|11.10 The Devil in the Details||None||There is, again, a regrettable lack of motels in this episode.|
|11.11 Into the Mystic||Men of Letters Bunker||Lebanon, Kansas||The boys start off at home before heading out.|
|11.12 Don't You Forget About Me|| Men of Letters Bunker
| Lebanon, Kansas
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
|Once again, the boys start off in the Bunker, then take off to visit Jody Mills in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, in a house that comes complete with plaid-covered furniture and an avocado Formica kitchen with matching plates.|