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Positively Positive Review – Supernatural: 99 Problems

by on Apr.09, 2010, under Drama, Horror, Television

Supernatural season 5 title card blood

Well it looks like it’s finally going to happen, folks. What I’ve been waiting for ever since it was revealed that Michael was the only one who can take on Lucifer and Dean was Michael’s vessel.

It looks like Dean is finally going to say yes.

It’s been a long haul for the boys, the events in last night’s episode apparently being the straw that finally broke Dean’s back. He and Sam have done everything they could (and Cas too) to try and stop the Apocalypse any other way, but all that has happened is more lives being lost. And considering the whole point Dean had in saying “no” in the first place was to do exactly opposite to that, it looks like he’s had enough. If people are going to die one way or another, why not go ahead and get it over with?

Now I know what some people are thinking – “oh no! But Dean can’t fight Luficer! Then he’d have to kill Sam!”. Not so my friends. Lucifer is in another vessel right now. I think Dean/Michael can fight him right where he is, without harming Sam.

This is just my opinion of how it looks like things are panning out for the eldest Winchester, but we’ll of course just have to wait and see what actually happens.

Highlights….

The show diving straight into the action without letting us know what Sam and Dean were up against. Made the whole sequence very exciting.

The boys meeting a group of people who try to tell THEM that the Apocalypse is coming. Ha!

This line: “A town full of hunters? I don’t know whether to run screaming or buy a condo.” – LOL!

Dean telling the girl that she was the cutest Prophet they’ve ever seen……..aw but how about Chuck? He’s pretty cute too, right Dean?

Cas’ outgoing voicemail message – “I don’t understand, why do you want me to say my name?” – OMG! Absolutely freaking hilarious.

Sam and Dean finally getting to experience going into a fight with tons of backup. Pretty cool to see them fight along side a whole group of people with the same skills.

Dean telling the kid that he could have a ride in the Impala since he’d already saved his life and that “one more time and you can drive.” – Aww!

Sam pointing out to Dean that the town had just outlawed 90% of his lifestyle.

Watching the fight slowly going out of Dean as he begins to wonder if maybe he’s made the wrong choice…and watching Sam realize that’s precisely what’s happening to his brother.

Drunk!Cas – “I found a liquor store…and I drank it.” – LOL!!!

Watching how the words from one girl are able to change people from good, God-fearing citizens to murderers. Yikes.

Dean’s reaction to Drunk!Cas announcing that the girl is “The Whore!”. Classic.

Drunk!Cas: “It’s funnier in Enochian.” – so deadpan, so perfect, so very Cas.

Cas delivering his “I’m an angel of the Lord” line, but this time sounding so bereft that I just wanted to give him a hug. Poor Cas.

Dean and Cas bonding over “deadbeat dads” – Aw. (though a part of me did cringe at Dean calling John that – *sad face*)

That whole final action sequence – The Whore taking down Cas, Sam and Dean trying to stop her and the townspeople from lighting the room on fire with the “sinners” in it. Wow, very exciting.

DEAN being able to take out The Whore?? Right then and there I knew that something had definitely changed in him. He had already made up his mind about what he was going to do, even if he didn’t realize it yet.

Poor Cas lying on the bed in the hotel room. I couldn’t tell if he was just depressed or still recovering from his injuries (or both), but it was a little unnerving to see him like that. Our once all-powerful angel has been knocked around a lot this season. Then again, I kinda like it though. I like seeing him a bit more vulnerable, it makes him more….well, human.

Dean driving all the way to see Lisa as the last thing he does before (I assume) he gives in to the angels and Michael. Admitting to her, without actually saying the words, that she is his true love and her life is the life he always wanted. And that he’s making “arrangements” for her and Ben. In case you were all wondering, that noise you just heard was pieces of my heart falling on the floor…. *whimpers a little*

Overall another powerful episode full of more horrible things that are about to send Dean off to do the one thing I’m sure he thought he’d never do. I am now more excited than ever to see next week’s ep, especially since it will be the show’s 100th. Who ever thought we’d get here, eh?

More Supernatural…..
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 1 “Sympathy For The Devil”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 2 “Good God, Y’All”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 3 “Free To Be You and Me”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 4 “The End”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 5 “Fallen Idols”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 6 “I Believe the Children Are Our Future”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 8 “Changing Channels”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 9 “The Real Ghostbusters”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 10 “Abandon All Hope”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 11 “Sam, Interrupted”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 12 “Swap Meat”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 13 “The Song Remains The Same”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 14 “My Bloody Valentine”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 16 “Dark Side of the Moon”

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Positively Positive Review – Supernatural: Dark Side of the Moon

by on Apr.02, 2010, under Drama, Horror, Television

Supernatural Dark Side of the Moon

After working out of town and living in hotels for the past 5 weeks, it is somehow oddly appropriate that my first review now that I’m back, is of Supernatural. Not just because I attended a Supernatural convention in LA this past weekend, but also because that’s rather a bit how my life has felt – supernatural.

This episode was full of heartbreak for all of the characters and I really feel like all of them are being tested to their very limits. It was mentioned at the con this weekend (though for the life of me I can’t remember by which guest) that they must hit rock-bottom before they can fight their way back and boy howdy, is that happening. First there was Dean looking to Heaven and begging for help, then there was Bobby lamenting the fact that he’s had to kill the love of his life more than once.

Last night we saw Dean trying to deal with the fact that some of Sam’s happiest memories are some of his worst. We also saw Sam realizing just how long his brother has been holding his family together and once again feeling guilt for his actions.

The final straw for me though was Castiel. Once he found out that God wanted no part of their battle, he looked like a man who’d lost all purpose. I’d never seen our stoic angel look so defeated and I think that was the hardest part to watch of them all. We’re used to seeing Sam and Dean, even Bobby, struggling. But so far Cas has been immune to most of it, doing without the annoying emotions that his human companions suffer with. Now he is there with them and I wonder what this will do to him, and to all of them.

I still think that we are heading for a battle between Lucifer/Sam and Michael/Dean but I have to wonder just how much these characters are going to be broken before we get there. Then again, breaking them might be exactly what needs to occur before that can happen. I’m just not sure how much more my heart can take.

Highlights….

The look on Dean’s face when he said “when I come back, I’m gonna be pissed.” – ooh boy, there’s a ghost I definitely wouldn’t want on my tail.

The use of the title card right after Dean is shot, with its effects acting as Dean’s blood splattering. Wow.

Dean and Young Sam watching the fireworks with Bob Dylan’s “Knocking on Heaven’s Door” playing in the background. This is the same version of the song used in season 2’s ep “Houses of the Holy”. Took a bit of looking but I finally found that version, which is from the ‘Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid’ soundtrack.

Cas talking to Dean through the Impala’s radio and Dean telling him to get out of his dreams because he needed some “me time”.

The way the night sky looked and the bright lighting they used to show us that everything we were seeing, though it all looked fairly normal, was actually in Heaven.

Cas telling Dean “don’t go into the light” and the way he looked on the tv screen – very creepy/cool.

Dean’s toy car being a model of the great Richard Petty’s car – number 43. Awesome! My dad took me to so many of that guy’s races when I was little, I even got his autograph once.

Sam finding out that Dean “wuvs hugz” – awwww!

Poor Sam realizing that he couldn’t talk to his mother as it wasn’t his memory.

Watching grownup Dean get up and reassure his mother and picturing 4 yr old Dean having to do that in the first place. *wipes away tears*

Dean and Sam’s shared horror when they realized that one of Sam’s happiest memories, a time when he ran away, was one of Dean’s worst (as he had to deal with the wrath of their father when he returned to find that Sam had run away on Dean’s “watch”).

Watching Dean’s world continue to crumble as they stumbled across another happy memory of Sam’s, the night he ran away to Stanford, and knowing how much his brother longed to be away from him when all he wanted was for them to be together. *gets out more tissues*

Zachariah making fun of the boys for trying to run away from him. Gotta admit, that was a pretty funny concept.

The return of Ash: “Buenos dias, bitches.” LOL! – You see, THIS is why I love not being spoiled. I had no clue that Chad was going to be back on the show so him showing up out of the blow was freaking awesome!

Ash’s idea of Heaven being hanging out at the Roadhouse and chugging beer. Nice.

Ash mentioning that only a few special people can “share” Heaven, like soulmates. All three paused for a moment and I realized that Sam and Dean appeared to be “sharing”. Usually one equates lovers as soulmates, but I would assume brothers can define the term as well. Very interesting.

Ash telling Sam and Dean “You boys die more than anyone I’ve ever met.” – LOL! Very true. Also very interesting to find out that they’ve been there each time they’ve died before, even though they don’t remember.

The return of Pamela. Once again, nice surprise. Love that she smacked Dean on the head for getting her killed.

Ash saying that he was cool with getting killed because of Sam and Dean. LOL!

Pamela trying to convince Dean to accept Michael’s offer because Heaven isn’t so bad. Makes me wonder if she isn’t working for someone.

The absolutely horrible things that Mama Winchester said to Dean. Yeah I know she was under Zachariah’s control, but still. Poor Dean.

Giggling at Zachariah referring to Mary as a “MILF”.

Laughing out loud when Zachariah mentioned that he was once “employee of the month” in Heaven. Especially considering that Kurt mentioned at the convention that he plays Zachariah like a seedy real estate agent trying to get to the top.

Finding out that God knows about everything that is going on, but doesn’t think it’s His problem. He already stepped in by putting Sam and Dean on the plane and saving Castiel. Wow, I didn’t see that coming. I figured they’d never find Him, not that He’d just refuse to help. Once again, I think this is bringing us closer to the boys saying “yes” to their respective angels.

God sending Sam and Dean back from Heaven…this time with a memory of it.

Sam and Dean waking up covered in their own blood and their clothes riddled with bullet holes.

The sad way Cas said “maybe….maybe Joshua was lying.” And then giving Dean back his amulet because it was now “worthless”. So hard to watch him lose all hope like that.

Dean throwing out the amulet. To me that meant that he didn’t want to carry a symbol of his brother any longer. Not after that brother had apparently wanted nothing more than to get rid of him. I think Dean is wondering now about their entire lives, whether anything he believed in (his brother, his father), was ever true.

*gets out more tissues, blows nose and curses Kripke for breaking her heart once again*

Overall a beautiful episode that I think is bringing us ever closer to the inevitable end of the Apocalypse.

More Supernatural…..
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 1 “Sympathy For The Devil”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 2 “Good God, Y’All”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 3 “Free To Be You and Me”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 4 “The End”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 5 “Fallen Idols”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 6 “I Believe the Children Are Our Future”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 8 “Changing Channels”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 9 “The Real Ghostbusters”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 10 “Abandon All Hope”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 11 “Sam, Interrupted”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 12 “Swap Meat”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 13 “The Song Remains The Same”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 14 “My Bloody Valentine”

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Positively Positive Review – Supernatural: My Bloody Valentine

by on Feb.13, 2010, under Crime, Drama, Television

Supernatural My Bloody Valentine

When I sat down to watch this week’s Supernatural, I have to admit that I was expecting another comedy episode. The preview last week, plus another clip I caught on the fan page on Facebook, made it seem like this was going to be a regular laugh-fest. Boy was I wrong.

Instead we saw some of the hardest scenes I’ve had to watch with the Winchesters. After all the hard work it took to get Sam off the demon blood, Famine rides into town and gives it right back to him. The worst part is that he has to use it to save them all and in doing so, it gives him more power than ever and makes it that much harder for him to come down again.

Plus there was Dean. I knew Dean wasn’t happy but hey, when is Dean ever really happy, right? I had no idea just how bad off he was. Even when he didn’t appear to be affected by Famine, I believed his explanation of being “well fed”. In the beginning I even thought maybe the sadness we were seeing was a symptom of Famine, since Dean could be yearning for a life he didn’t have. Neither was correct and it turned out that the truth was much worse. Dean has given up the fight in the worst possible way, all the way down to his very soul and even goes so far as to beg for help from Heaven.

We have six long weeks to find out what happens next and I am very nervous to see who (or what) answers Dean’s plea.

Highlights….

Giggling over the title, seeing as how Jensen starred in a movie by the same name just last year (awesome flick by the way).

That opening scene was just….wow.

Finding that Dean used to love Valentine’s Day and dubbed it “Unattached Drifter Christmas”

“Now prison maybe…” *foot falls off chair* – okay seriously, that was hysterical. Loved the way they cut that little sequence.

Sam’s appetite for demon blood returning and him being able to hear a demon’s heart beating, vampire-like.

I liked the coroner – that guy was cool.

Dean shoving a human heart at Sam and saying “be my valentine.” – LOL!

Dean and Cas having a phone conversation while standing right in front of each other.

Finding out that Cupid is a “cherub, third class.” – that means there at least two more classes of cherubs. Wow, who knew it was that organized?

The look on the boys’ faces as a great big fat (and I’m assuming naked since we never saw above his knees or below his chest) guy hugged them.

“This is their handshake” – “I don’t like it” – “No one likes it” – LOL!! Awesome lines.

Cas clumsily trying to reassure Cupid.

Finding out that a Cupid was involved with setting up Mary and John so that Dean and Sam would be born. Whoa, I guess Heaven was not messing around.

Dean asking “what’s the worse than happen, right?” – Really Dean? After all that you’ve been through, you still ask that question??

Another Doublemint moment as Sam and Dean ask “for what?” as one when Cas mentions that his hunger is a clue to what is happening.

Cas’s hunger for burgers coming from his vessel. Interesting. I didn’t think a vessel could have any effect on the angel inhabiting them.

Sam admitting to Dean that the Horsemen got to him and that his demon bloodlust had returned. I was so afraid he was going to try and hide it. It was hard watching Dean handcuff him to that sink though,even if he asked for it.

Feeling sorry for Misha knowing that by the end of the shoot he was probably so sick of hamburgers. LOL.

Dean telling Cas that he was “well fed”. Great line and it made a lot of sense…..too bad he was wrong.

Sam taking on two demons, his face covered in blood and telling one of them to “wait your turn”. Okay that actually gave me chills. Scary.

Dean only waiting two seconds before knowing that something was wrong with Cas.

Being so very, very happy that Dean didn’t pull out the guy in french fry vat.

Cas, on the floor and gorging himself on raw meat. Ick.

Dean equating Famine’s powers with the phrase “Coocoo for Cocoa Puffs”. Only Dean could do that.

Famine reaching inside to see Dean’s soul and finding the emptiness he’s been hiding. I didn’t expect that at all.

Dean calling Sam “Sammy” when he sees his brother on the demon blood again – seems like it’s been a while since he’s done that.

Sam taking down a room full of demons all at once. Whoa. I don’t think he was ever that strong before and it was then that I really started worrying about how he would make it out of this whole thing.

Sam killing the demons inside Famine in order to kill Famine himself. That was freaking brilliant.

The look Dean gave Sam, knowing what they were going to have to lock him up again to detox, even after he saved all of their lives. Ugh.

n breaking down and looking to Heaven to ask for help. That was hard to watch. It’s so not like him and now I really have to wonder who’s going to answer and what they’re going to do to “help” him. A part of me was even expecting him to just go ahead and say “yes” right there, bringing Michael down upon him.

Overall a really amazing episode and not at all what I expected when I sat down to watch it.

More Supernatural…..
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 1 “Sympathy For The Devil”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 2 “Good God, Y’All”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 3 “Free To Be You and Me”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 4 “The End”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 5 “Fallen Idols”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 6 “I Believe the Children Are Our Future”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 8 “Changing Channels”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 9 “The Real Ghostbusters”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 10 “Abandon All Hope”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 11 “Sam, Interrupted”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 12 “Swap Meat”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 13 “The Song Remains The Same”

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Positively Positive Review – Supernatural: The Song Remains The Same

by on Feb.05, 2010, under Drama, Horror, Television

Young John and Mary Winchest in Supernatural - The Song Remains The Same

For the past couple of episodes, Supernatural has given us a lot of humor mixed with just a little bit of the myth arc. Just when I was beginning to wonder what had happened to the apocalypse, Michael, Lucifer and well, everything, they gave us this fantastic episode.

Anna is out to kill Sam and Dean’s parents so that the two of them are never born and the apocalypse never happens. Cas brings them all back and by doing so, allows both brothers to have conversations with their parents I never thought we’d see, both of which brought me to tears. Dean also got to have a conversation with Michael.

Highlights….

The moment I heard “Cherry Pie” by Warrant, I knew Dean was in a strip club. Sure it was in his dream, but still.

How Cas always makes an entrance. Remind me to keep lots of extra light bulbs on hand in case he ever wants to come visit me….not that I’d mind of course.

Cas saying “You come near Sam Winchester and I’ll kill you.” – So amazing to see how much Cas has changed – calling the boys his friends, protecting them to the death.

Sam asking Cas if the plan to kill him would actually work. He’s so willing to sacrifice himself, if it means an end to it all.

Cas’ stock answer whenever he doesn’t understand what Dean says – “I don’t understand that reference”. It cracks me up because the way he says it, you can tell he’s said it a LOT.

Dean warning Sam to bend his knees before Cas sends them back. Poor guy, he’s been tossed around by Cas a lot.

Dean knowing they had made it to 1978 when he spotted a Pinto. I think my dad used to drive one of those. LOL.

Cas saying that he was doing much better than he expected after taking them all back….and then promptly coughing up blood and passing out. Eek.

Dean saying that Cas is “tough for a little nerdy dude with wings.” – Awwww!

Sam’s reaction to meeting the younger version of his parents and how he couldn’t stop staring at Mary. OMG my heart was just breaking for him.

Dean describing angels as “twice as strong as demons, and bigger dicks.”

The Anna vs Mary totally awesome chick fight.

Sam using the sigil to send away Anna. I had just been asking myself “where the heck is Sam??” – nicely done!

John threatening to turn the car around with Mary in the front seat and Dean and Sam in the back, almost like real family road trip…OMG! So hilarious.

Watching young John going from friendly family man to the guy who does whatever it takes to protect his family, even drawing a symbol he doesn’t understand in his own blood. So odd to see Dean showing young John how to do the things that older John taught him. My poor head was spinning.

The whole conversation between young John and Sam. Young John being angry at how any man could raise his children like that and then Sam defending a man he used to hate, explaining how it was possible for a man to do what his father did and saying that he’d never got the chance to tell his dad that he loved him…..all of it said to the man he was talking about. Okay yeah, major tears were flowing for me by then.

Anna calling 1978 Uriel to help kill the Winchesters. I didn’t expect that.

Dean telling Mary that he was her son. I broke into tears the moment he said it. I had no idea he was going to do that and it shocked the crap out of me.

Everything that Dean said to convince Mary that he was her son – the soup, singing ‘Hey Jude’. So not fair that this show made me cry twice in less than ten minutes.

Sam coming in and telling Mary that she has to leave John so that neither of them will ever be born…..and then finding out that Mary is already pregnant with Dean. Gah!

Watching Sam die….again.

Michael showing up inside young John and killing Anna (at least I’m assuming she’s dead, that didn’t seem like something she could come back from).

I’m with Michael – the conversation between he and Dean was way overdue and I loved it.

Ha! I KNEW it! The vessel thing is a bloodline. I knew that John was connected too.

Seeing the parallels again between Michael & Lucifer and Sam & Dean .

Michael pointing out that all the seemingly random things; have all happened because of fate and there is nothing they can do to change it.

Michael telling Dean that he won’t leave him a drooling mess when he leaves his body. Hmm…interesting that he said that. Once again, makes me nearly certain that Michael will end up in Dean someday and I cannot wait. I’m so looking forward to seeing what Jensen does with that character.

The way Cas just popped into the motel room, very surprised he made it….and promptly passing out again. I love that Cas was basically unconscious through the entire episode.

Dean’s description of “Team Free Will” – LOL!

John and Mary standing in the nursery with Baby!Dean safely inside his mommy’s tummy, and them looking at the little angel figurine. Is it wrong that it made me wonder if they bought a little devil figurine before Sam was born?

Overall another tear jerker of an episode, bringing us closer to the inevitable battle that we all know is coming.


More Supernatural…..
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 1 “Sympathy For The Devil”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 2 “Good God, Y’All”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 3 “Free To Be You and Me”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 4 “The End”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 5 “Fallen Idols”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 6 “I Believe the Children Are Our Future”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 8 “Changing Channels”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 9 “The Real Ghostbusters”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 10 “Abandon All Hope”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 11 “Sam, Interrupted”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 12 “Swap Meat”

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Positively Positive Review – Supernatural: Swap Meat

by on Jan.29, 2010, under Drama, Horror, Television

Jared Padalecki and guest star Colton James in Supernatural, season 5, episode 12 “Swap Meat”. Supernatural Swap Meat

Well it finally happened. I’ve been to three Supernatural panels at Comic-Con, plus another three Supernatural conventions, and at every single one, the idea of a “body switching” episode has been brought up. Mostly, the fangirls wanted to see an episode where Sam and Dean switch bodies, but this was almost as good.

About 20 minutes into it though, I have to admit that a part of me started to think that it was funny and all, but what if things got serious? I mean there’s a 17 year old boy running around in a body that Lucifer really, really, really wants. What if the demons found out? What if Lucifer asked the kid that one simple question? Jeesh, hasn’t anyone thought of this??

Yeah so I’m a dork, of COURSE Kripke and crew thought of that, and that’s when things got really interesting.

Highlights…

Jared pulling off acting like a 17 year old perfectly. Everything from his mannerisms to the tone of his voice was spot-on. His delivery of “Crystal, I would loooove to have the sex with you” had me on the floor.

Sam and Dean meeting up with their old babysitter. So interesting to think of them actually having something almost normal like a babysitter – even if she was a maid in a hotel.

Dean telling Sam “you shake it up, baby” when Sam was shaking his salad cup.

Sam telling Dean that the idea of a family is “not really my thing anymore”. Aw, that’s so sad. Poor Sam has changed so much since the first season.

Not being able to help giggling at Sam (aka the Sasquatch) going down from a tranquilizer dart….and waking up in that ridiculous uniform.

Sam catching his reflection in the mirror and yelling “Who is that!??”

Okay wait, I’m confused. If Sam sees the kid’s body in a mirror then how come the kid can see Sam’s body (and admire the very fine muscles on it) in a mirror? Guess we’re chalking that one up to artistic license.

Totally predicting that the kid was gonna smash up the Impala right before he did it.

Sam in the Darth Vader t-shirt.

The guy in the hotel describing the guys who left the motel as “one leather jacket, one Sasquatch”. LOL!

Sam calling the kid “you little Satanic bastard.”

Sam asking very strange questions about “himself” at the breakfast table.

The look on Dean’s face when “Sam” asks to turn up the Bob Seger. Made me wonder at what point he would realize that wasn’t his brother.

The kid turning the gun on Dean??? Whoa!….for once I was actually happy to see a ghost. Her timing was great.

Sam getting hit, again, with the dart gun.

Dean’s first response to “Sam” telling him he’s a good guy is “Wow, you are drunk.” Kinda sad but also pretty darn funny.

Dean finally catching on when the kid walks out with the lady from the bar and says “we’re gonna do it!!”.

The red-headed kid holding Sam captive totally reminding me of a young Steve Zahn.

Finding out that the demons have put a bounty on Dean’s head. Wow, they don’t mess around, do they?

Things going from silly to serious as the demon realizes that they’ve got Dean and Sam’s “meat suit” all ready for them to grab. Eek!

The idiot kid asking for his reward and me knowing exactly what was going to happen to him.

Poor Sam realizing he was never going to break free of those ropes in that puny little body.

Dean and the kid doing a tag team exorcism. That was so cool and it looks like Dean finally memorized the darn thing after all these years….okay except for the “adios” part.

Dean telling the kid that if he was voting age they would’ve killed him. Yikes. I guess it’s true but still…yikes.

Sam telling the kid to stop griping cuz his life ain’t that bad….and then admitting to Dean that the kid’s life sucked ass.

Dean’s “welcome back, Kotter” when Sam asks to turn down the Bob Seger. Yep all is as it should be again.

Overall a funny “body switching” episode that ended up being a lot darker and a lot more connected to the myth arc than I originally thought.


More Supernatural…..
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 1 “Sympathy For The Devil”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 2 “Good God, Y’All”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 3 “Free To Be You and Me”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 4 “The End”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 5 “Fallen Idols”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 6 “I Believe the Children Are Our Future”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 8 “Changing Channels”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 9 “The Real Ghostbusters”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 10 “Abandon All Hope”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 11 “Sam, Interrupted”

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