If Metatron cast the angels out of heaven, doesn’t that mean he is the only one up there and therefore driving the bus? Does that make him God? Who is God anyway? Why did he bail? Where did he go? Who is he (I know, he’s Morgan Freeman, right)?
I must say, the last couple of episodes of the show have kinda felt like old times, you know, the good ole demon-blood-drinking days of the apocalypse. I am not sure why, perhaps it’s Sam being the center of strange activity, or once again, the many trips to Indiana.
Don’t get me wrong. I like Felicia Day and all she stands for, but a little of her goes a long way. Kind of like Sriracha sauce.
Or, My, How I Hate Hiatuses. What is the plural for that anyway? I had to look it up because I thought “hiatuses” just looked weird, but then “hiati” didn’t work either.
In Victor we can see some parallels to John Winchester as both men responded to their personal tragedies by developing such singleness of purpose that they frequently if not constantly failed to consider the consequences of their actions. While John did not murder Mary, he, like Victor, did take away Sam and Dean’s childhoods with his drive to find and conquer the demon responsible for her death.
What a good time I had watching the show last week. It followed the tried-and-true Supernatural formula: (good story + fun characters) x classic verbal zingers = entertaining tv viewing experience. That and all the talk of unicorns and Disney characters.
erhaps expectations shouldn’t be too high. This episode was written by Daniel Loflin who also wrote “My Heart Will Go On,” an unfortunate experience for some of our favorite characters and us. With disappointments like this it is easy to see why many fans have drifted from consistent viewership to occasional watching.
What happens when you cross a girl with a Doberman, or a girl with a Doberman and a witch? Well, that was definitely the question on Dean’s mind this week as the boys encountered an unexpected circumstance when they responded to a summons from James, a police officer who worked a case with them once.
Our show began this week rather like something from National Geographic or Animal Planet, as we were given a brief glimpse into the curious behaviors of Domestic Dean, a heretofore unknown creature of some guile and amusement whom it appears is quite adept at interior design and the culinary arts.