- How about you don't miss, morons!
Aww, Crowley was cute. From the accent to the cockiness. Clearly enjoying his manipulative skills he still comes across somewhat likable. Wouldn't mind seeing him take a break from his vacation to all places nowhere and pop in to say hi again.
Also, he totally confounded the boys ♥ Sam's face when he realizes that there's no bullets in the Colt was as priceless as Dean's try to deny the morons-comment. *loves*
- This Colt can kill anything.
Well, so much for wishful thinking. Seems like fallen angels play in a whole different league. How to kill an angel? Cas, any more effective ideas?
- See you on the other side.
That was one of the best moments in the past five seasons. I sobbed through Ellen and Jo's final scene. I'm rather sad to see them go out, but they did go out with a bang. They maintained a nice mixture of hunter's honor and parent-child love. Kudos to Alona and Samantha here.
- Hello, Death.
Well, shit. Can't wait to see what they'll make of that.
As for Lucifer, there were quite some moments where either the choice of words, the pitch or his facial impressions made him look childish - defiant and insecure. Like the way he reacts to Sam's appalled face during the ritual. As if he knew he'd done a bad thing and dared Sam to administer the slap to the butt for it. What a pitiful guy. He's just so utterly misguided.
Hiatus. Ugh. Got Salt?