SCREW HUSSLING POOL. MAKE IT GAMES OF DARTS.
I kind of hope we haven't seen all of Keith Sam, the mysterioso bartender, yet. The boy can wear an apron. He can obviously kick ass and take names as well. Badass Sam is major love.
- Are you gonna hate me any less? Am I gonna hate myself any less?
I really liked how they played and tempted Sam in various ways here. First, there's the vial of demon blood happily provided by hunting pals who want Sam to drink it and use him as a weapon. Secondly, it's the approval he's got from the 'good guys' (the one approval he's always wanted from Dean). And thirdly, it's Lucifer trying to convert Sam by using his dead girlfriend to laden him with even more guilt.
The fact that Sam resists all three is prove that he's indeed changed and is trying. And maybe soon he'll reach the point where he'll trust himself enough again to join the hunt and make amends.
- I will never lie to you. I will never trick you. But you will say yes to me.
Can't help but be very intrigued by this version of Lucifer. And a lot of it is due to the
sexyintense forward self-assured air about him. Not to forget the rather evil prospect of Sam as his vessel. Can't wait to see where they'll take this.
- You were wasted by a teenage mutant ninja angel?
Kudos for the casting. I could listen to the deep voice of that guy playing Raphael all day long.
- Alonzo Mosely & Eddie Moscone
As the aliases promise, hilarity ensued. I was having the time of my life seeing Dean and Cas (as stiff as usual) taking the police station. Dean's face practically stamping Cas a hopeless case and his robotlike movements when turning Cas's badge right side up certainly marks the highlight.
The brothel scene on the other hand was a bit blah. It wasn't particularly bad and I found Cas's naïveté with women as adorable as his sincere incredulity over that post office comment making the girl run out on him, but the scene just felt a bit redundant and over the top.
- I'm good. Especially without my brother. I've had more fun with you in the past 24 hours than I've had with Sam in years. I've been so chained to my family, but now that I'm alone, hell, I'm happy.
Who are you trying to fool, Dean? That wasn't the face of a happy man. You can do better than that.
Also seeing how Sam's evidently anything but safe, wearing a bulls eye on his forehead, being separated makes him an even easier target. I guess their plans of flying solo, worrying less and being safer sort of backfired on them as what they both are is miserable. I'm sorry, but I just don't see the benefits outweighing the harm here.
Can't wait for next week.