- So, skeevy witches, eh? I love how the writers come up with more and more gross and fossilized stuff to fill those hex bags with. At least no
poor guyrabbit had to die this time around.
- All those empty candy wrappings piling up whereever Dean walked that episode made me laugh so hard. Besides, his munchy face is just way too adorable ♥
- How lovable was Sam in fanboy mode when meeting Castiel for the first time? D'aww. He got all big eyed and stammering and for a second there, I thought Castiel wouldn't shake his hand but then there's HAND HOLDING. I like.
- And did they give us plenty of the brotherly love again, or what? The way Dean was encouraging Sam about his faith, even though Dean himself isn't a believer, really made me go aww-ing like a pro. That's why I ♥ them so much; they care.
- Mausoleum party... Ew, gross.
- The exorcism was just so poignant. Sam wore his heart on his sleeve, his inner conflict so clear. Being caught between trying to keep his promise and doing the right thing. He was just looking so scared, and the moment he noticed Dean standing at the end of the hall, there was remorse and sorrow mixing in with the fear.
And the way Dean stood frozen to the spot watching with sadness and disappointment in eyes just broke my heart all over again. However inevitable it was that Sam made use of his powers again, he just knows it's going to come back and haunt them.
- Speaking of psychic!Sam, I felt let down a bit how they spared the details of the after effect on that long assed and obviously painful exorcism Sam performed. And maybe there was whining and pouting and begging on my part, so legoline let me cry on her shoulder and acutally wrote
mea gorgeous, poignant piece of fanfic depicting those missing moments from the end of the exorcism onwards. There's h/c, brotherly bonding and angst. In short, it's absolutely worth the read. Go check it out, A Promise Broken, A Promise to Keep by legoline [Gen; 1,600 words] ♥
- I like how Dean's new plot line is evolving, by the way. And the fact that the angels were to follow his orders just leaves me craving more information. What role will Dean have to play? What did Castiel mean by saying Dean might succeeds on earth. Is he maybe going to lead the army against Lucifer? The thing I like about that chance is how it would pitch the brothers against each other. Sam - the boy king with demon blood pumping through his veins - meant to lead the demon army, and Dean - touched by an angel and raised from perdition - meant to lead the resistence? There's just something intriguing about the irony in that.
- And just for the record, Uriel brings a great dynamic into the mix. His tunnel vision on what's right and wrong and his blind faith just adds that much more danger the angels pose. It's like a love-hate thing, you could say.
Also, I loathe him for threatening Sam and reminding him of his most painful and regrettable losses. But then that also brought on teary puppy eyes and choked words, so he be forgiven. ^_^
- I'm sure there was more I wanted to say that didn't indclude hot guys in suits or them war painting each other's faces but it seems I've forgotten. Anyway, hope y'all had a great Halloween yesterday.
The question remains, who's going to bring the Impala back to its usual shininess? It's too much to ask for a scene in which the boys, preferrably clad in wifebeaters, deal with that, right? Ah, I wish.