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TV Episode Recap/Review – Supernatural “The Third Man”

by on Oct.18, 2010, under Drama, Horror

Hi folks! Here’s an excerpt from my review for Supernatural Season 6 Episode 3 “The Third Man”

CLICK HERE to read the entire review at Daemon’s TV.

My favorite bits..

Knowing Dean was really back when I saw him sleeping in the Impala again.

Okay, I gotta say it. How can I not put it on my list? Sam’s body. There. Need I say more? Really?

Dean telling Ben he knew he lying and to admit he broke the thing and take his punishment like a man. So in love with him acting like a father.

Dean calling Sam’s car a “plastic piece of crap”. Not sure I’d refer to a Charger that way, but then again all other vehicles pale in comparison to Dean’s baby.

This bit – Sam: “Were you just racing me?” Dean: “No.. I was kicking your ass.”

Covering my eyes so I didn’t have to see the locusts crawling out of the cop’s head. Ick!

Dean praying to Castiel to get his “feathery ass down here”.

Sam asking “he’s standing behind me, isn’t he?” – Okay so how many other NCIS fans immediately thought of Gibbs when he said that?

Cas saying that he and Dean share a “more profound bond”. Oh man, I think I just heard all the Dean/Cas fangirls squee with joy all at once.

Cas asking “what part of ‘I don’t know’ escapes your understanding?” – Whoa, badass Cass, very badass.

Cas saying that they could rule out Moses as a suspect.

Cas’ completely wrong use of “quotey fingers” as he tried to explain how his “people skills” were “rusty” after spending the last year as a multi-dimensional wavelength of celestial intent.

The argument over tracking the angel who took the boy’s soul – Dean is understandably disturbed at the idea of torturing a kid, Cas has to do it and can’t afford to care and Sam just wants to get the deed done.

The awesome shot they did by panning up from Cas getting up off of Sam’s completely totaled car to the boys standing in the window.

Dean pointing out the upside to Cas being thrown out a four story window… Sam’s car was destroyed. LOL.

Dean and Cas playing “Who’s on first?”. LOL!

Cas walking into a.. disco?

Agreeing with Cas, that was a really bad joke.

Balthazar telling Cas that he was following Cas’ footsteps, by rebelling the way he did when he stopped the fight between Lucifer and Michael.

Raphael showing up and kicking Cas’ ass literally all over the room. and even down some stairs. Poor Cas!

Balthazar saving the day by turning Raphael’s vessel to salt. Nice.

Cas saying “I believe the ‘hairless ape’ has the floor”.

Finally finding out why an angel would wants souls – for the power.

Sam finding Ben’s Halloween costume – a wendigo mask that Dean obviously made.

Dean pointing out that Sam is different after his trip to hell and Sam trying to say that he’s okay after his trip downstairs as it didn’t torture him the way it did Dean. Oh man, I so can’t wait to get that whole story.


More Supernatural Reviews…..
Supernatural, Season 6 Episode 1 “Exile on Main St.”
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”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 17 “99 Problems”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 18 “Point of No Return”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 19 “Hammer of the Gods”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 20 “The Devil You Know”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 21 “Two Minutes to Midnight”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 22 “Swan Song”

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TV Episode Recap/Review – Supernatural “Exile on Main St.”

by on Oct.18, 2010, under Drama, Horror

Here is an excerpt from my review for Supernatural Season 6 Episode 1 “Exile on Main St.”

CLICK HERE To read the entire review at Daemon’s TV.

My favorite bits…

Loving the opening scenes, Dean’s life before compared to Dean’s life now. They all made me so sad though.

Dean describing his previous job as pest control. LOL, well I guess that’s one way of putting it.

Dean telling his neighbor his gun was for killing possums.

The Impala was under a blanket??? NOOOO!!! Poor baby!

Totally freaking out when the ball came rolling from behind the car. I swear if there had been a ghost-child back there I was gonna scream my head off.

The return of YED made me jump pretty high but it was nothing compared to the squeal that came outta me when Sam showed up.

Yay! Another brother hug! It’s almost worth it each time one of them gets killed, because we always get great hugs after they are brought back to life.

Finding out that Sam has been back from hell for a year but didn’t want Dean to give up his regular life.

Samuel telling Dean to take a minute after all the resurrections he’d seen in one day. Yeah I’d be needing a minute, too. Maybe two or three actually.

Bobby assuming that if Dean was there, something was wrong. Dontcha just love how optimistic everyone is whenever they see each other? First Dean assumes he’s dead when he sees Sam and then Bobby assumes something’s wrong when he sees Dean. Okay yeah, except Bobby was right though.

Bobby saying that the tv was broken, but there were plenty of Reader’s Digests to read. LOL. Yeah that’s what every kid wants to hear.

Finding out that Bobby knew that Sam was alive, too. Oh, poor Dean.

Lisa calling Dean an idiot and telling him that she expected a guy who showed up at her door after basically saving the world to have a couple of issues. That was awesome.

Dean proving to his cousins that though he’s been out of the hunting game for a while, he still remembers a thing or two.

Kinda wanting to smack everyone around for going through Dean’s house and making fun of it. What, so they wanted him to live a normal life but all signs of that normal life are fodder for jokes? Um, make up your minds people!

Dean asking Sam if he wanted to talk about hell, because if anyone could relate, it was him.

Poor Dean having to see the image of Lisa burning on the ceiling and Ben drinking the YED’s blood. Yes it was just the djinn’s poison, but still.

Dean offering Sam the keys to the Impala because “she should be hunting”. Kinda surprised that Sam didn’t take her but also not, the Impala is his and he’s gonna need her when he does get back to hunting (cuz come on, we all know he will at some point).


More Supernatural Reviews…..
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”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 17 “99 Problems”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 18 “Point of No Return”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 19 “Hammer of the Gods”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 20 “The Devil You Know”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 21 “Two Minutes to Midnight”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 22 “Swan Song”

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Positively Positive Review – Supernatural: Swan Song

by on May.18, 2010, under Drama, Horror, Television

Supernatural Swan Song Sam Dean Lucifer

I have to apologize for this one being late. First off I had to watch this episode not once, not twice, but three whole times before I could wrap my head around it enough to even begin talking about it. Secondly I had a crazy busy weekend (yay to my friend who graduated law school and whose commencement, etc I attended) and finally, for some extra fun, my internet went down. Jeesh.

Like everyone out there, I had a lot of theories about how this season would end. None of them involved Dean living a normal life though. That one took me by surprise, even after he went to visit Lisa a couple episodes ago. When I thought of the possibility of Dean going off to live the apple pie life, it was always something I pictured as part of the series finale (that is, if he survived it of course).

This season ended with all of the characters basically going their separate ways, something that I found very interesting not just because usually at least some of them are together when a season ends, but also because none have any intention of being together. It makes me wonder how next season will start out and where it will go from there. What exactly will bring all of these characters together again now that they’ve all gone off to do different things?

I’m already excited about next season and it’s not even here yet. This is gonna be one long summer. Sigh.

Highlights….

The finale montage, as always, done to “Carry on Wayward Son” by Kansas. Somehow any other song just seems wrong for the season finale now.

Chuck writing the history of the Impala. I loved learning all about her, especially the bits that even Sam and Dean don’t know.

Dean calling Sam a “grown…..overgrown man” and saying that he has to stop treating Sam like a kid, a part of that being that Dean has to grow up too and go along with Sam’s plan to put the Lucifer back in his cage.

Noting that that was the quietest opening scene I think of any Supernatural episode. When the blood went across the screen with the title card, I practically jumped.

Dean’s “Aw, ain’t he a little angel” when he spotted Cas snoozing in the backseat. Then Sam pointing out that “angels don’t sleep” and both of them realizing the implications of what that meant. Cas appears to be heading towards the person he was in the ep ‘The End’ and, as much as I was enjoying his trip to humanity, I realized that I didn’t really want that particular end for him.

Sam asking Dean to let him rot in hell and to go live “some normal, apple pie life”. Oh man, I was not expecting that.

Bobby telling Sam to fight Lucifer and to keep swinging until the end.

Cas not realizing that part of a normal, tearful human goodbye (especially when things appeared as hopeless as they did) was to lie….and then trying to lie and failing miserably at it. Well at least he tried.

Sam asking Dean not to watch him drink the blood. Eep.

Learning about all the little things that the boys have done to the Impala over the years. Loved the little toy soldier in the ashtray. I bet my dad’s old car probably still has some toys stuck in it. Those kinds of ashtrays were awesome toy holders.

Lucifer remarking that Sam was “choc full of Ovaltine”

Lucifer asking Sam to “drop the telanovela”. LOL.

Lucifer quoting the famous “Devil Went Down to Georgia” by the Charlie Daniels Band. “A fiddle of gold against your soul says I’m better than you” is one of the best lines and that’s one of my favorite songs, like, ever. I used to sing it all the time when I was a kid. So awesome that they referenced it in the show.

Dean opening up the cage and having to force his brother to go inside. Yes of course it all turned out to be a trick and Lucifer was never going to step inside, but Dean didn’t know that and I can’t imagine how hard that was for him.

The way Jared played Lucifer, speaking softly and putting in little mannerisms that reminded me of Mark Pellegrino. The whole conversation in the mirror was brilliant.

Lucifer telling Sam that they were “MFEO” (which I had to look up to find out meant “made for each other”).

Finding out how many demons have been watching over Sam his whole life and Lucifer telling him that all those times he ran away, he was running towards him.

Dean calling Cas “Bukowski” (as in Charles Bukowski – my friend had to tell me he was a writer well known for drinking) oh and also calling him a “junkless sissy”.

Finding out that Sam and Dean did things like go to Ozzie concerts and Jayhawks games in the Impala. I also love that Chuck mentioned how they were never really homeless, because they always had the car. I said the exact same thing in my novel-length Supernatural fanfic (‘Black Cat’). Guess great minds think alike eh? Then again, I bet every fan has had the same thought, it’s just nice to actually hear it said on the show.

Dean telling Cas and Bobby that, even if all he was going to see was Michael killing Sam, he was still going to go there and not let his brother die alone. Oh my god, what a line.

Reading SOOO much into the conversation between Lucifer and Michael, and how it related to Sam and Dean. I still would have preferred Dean as Michael but it was still a fantastic scene and Adam (Jake Abel) did a great job.

Dean roaring up in the Impala and popping in a cassette of “Rock of Ages” by Def Leppard. Oh yeah baby!! Love that song. I think this one beats the ‘Renegade’ moment in the season 2 ep ‘Nightshifter’

Cas calling Michael “assbutt” and hitting him with a holy fire Molotov cocktail. That was awesome! Of course then it became less awesome when Lucifer snapped him into a bloody mess a few seconds after. EEEK!!

Not one minute after killing Cas, Lucifer snapping Bobby’s neck like it was nothing. Okay, seriously beginning to wonder if anyone was going to survive this episode.

Dean telling Sam, even as Lucifer was beating the living daylights out of him, that he wasn’t going to leave him. Oh my god….there are no words for what that did to me.

The montage of the boys ending in Dean hugging Sam, all of it happening after Sam spots the little toy soldier and manages to get a grip on Lucifer. Him telling Dean “it’s going to be okay Dean, I’ve got him” was another moment that just killed me.

Dean watching not only one brother have to dive into hell, but both of them, as Sam is forced to take Michael/Adam with him when Michael tries to stop him.

The friggin’ scary good job the makeup department did on Jensen’s face. I found myself unable to look at him, especially when he was sitting on the ground after everyone in the world he cared about had just been killed or sent to hell.

Cas returning??? New and improved!! Bringing back Bobby and healing Dean!! Holy cow!

Aw, so cute the way Dean asked if Cas was God.

Chuck’s comments about how hard endings are and that no matter how much you try “the fans are always gonna bitch”. LOL! Too true.

Cas pointing out to Dean that he actually got what he wanted since they never wanted the battle between Lucifer and Michael to happen on earth, taking out all of humanity with it no matter who won.

Dean fulfilling his promise and going off to live the life that Sam asked him to, even though everything in his being said to go find Sam. The way his voice broke when he told Lisa that he’d like to take her up on that offer of a beer practically broke my heart, as did the hug. I guess he does have someone now to turn to.

Chuck disappearing in a poof?? WTF? Okay so the moment that happened I jumped up and yelled “Chuck is God???!!” because it was the first thing that came to mind. After all, he knew everything that was going to happen and that little “poof” of his was different than the way we’ve seen any other creature disappear on the show so far. No matter what, he is something new, even if he’s not God himself. But for now, that’s my theory and I’m sticking to it.

Sam watching Dean living his new life? Or was that Lucifer? WTF? Okay I gotta admit that one threw me, I so wasn’t expecting that and I have no idea what it means. Is Sam out? Is Lucifer coming for Dean?? I guess we’ll have to wait and see.

Overall an epic episode that is sending this series off in a whole new direction.

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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”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 17 “99 Problems”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 18 “Point of No Return”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 19 “Hammer of the Gods”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 20 “The Devil You Know”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 21 “Two Minutes to Midnight”

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Positively Positive Review – Supernatural: Two Minutes To Midnight

by on May.07, 2010, under Drama, Horror, Television

Supernatural Two Minutes To Midnight

The second to last episode of this season of Supernatural has become my new favorite. The Apocalypse is nearly upon Sam and Dean and the rest of the ‘good guy’ team and it’s game time. They have to get the final two Horsemen’s rings so that they can set the trap for Lucifer. Sam’s plan is to say yes so that he can try and fight back enough to make Lucifer jump in it (killing himself in the process). Meanwhile Cas has turned up alive, but is stripped of his angel powers and fearful that he is no longer useful to them. Oh and Bobby has sold his soul to a demon.

Sounds like a pretty normal day in the world of the Winchesters.

But there is some good news as well. Crowley is holding up his end of his and Bobby’s deal, not only giving them Death’s location (and his scythe!) but also giving Bobby his legs back. They manage to get Pestilence’s ring and miraculously Death actually surrenders his. Everything is set up for the battle of the century (and maybe the millennia) and now we’ll just have to wait until next week to see what happens.

Highlights….

Pestilence counting down to the second when the poor lady was going to die. So fiendish, but I just love the way Matt Frewer played that whole scene. I’ve loved that guy ever since he was in Max Headroom.

Cas calling Dean. So happy he’s alive. Yay!

The whole phone call between Dean and Cas. Everything from how Cas (as always) matter-of-factly delivered his unusual news (being found on a fishing boat, waking up in a hospital after the docs thought he was brain dead), to finding out that he was basically human now that his batteries have been tapped out. I’ve heard Misha say that he made a deliberate choice to play Cas differently due to him not being human (like purposely not blinking, for instance), and I noticed that in this scene in particular (despite being laid up in a hospital bed), Cas was much more animated than normal. Very interesting to watch what he’s doing with that character.

Cas telling Dean that he owed him an apology and that he’s not the “burnt and broken shell of a man” he thought he was…..okay so maybe Cas still has some things to learn about being truly human.

The name of the hospital being ‘Serenity Valley’. They must have gotten that from Firefly and if so, I wonder if they did it as a little nod to the fact that Mark Sheppard (who plays Crowley) also played Badger in that show.

Dean saying that the depressing hospital was probably like ‘Dollywood’ to Pestilence. LOL. Yep, that’s probably true.

Pestilence completely losing his cool when one of his minions suggests that they follow orders not to mess with the vessels. Whoa.

Sam and Dean (literally) falling down ill just by coming near Pestilence. Gotta say, I didn’t realize that would happen. Yikes.

Pestilence giving the boys not only scarlet fever and meningitis but also…..syphilis? Okay that’s just not nice. (A very rude joke about Dean probably already getting syphilis comes to mind, but I’m not gonna say it, as that would be mean).

Cas busting in the door to save the day, only to fall down too, but then fighting back and cutting off Pestilence’s ring. I adored his little “maybe just a speck” line. Go Cas!

Cas saying “I don’t understand your definition of good news” when Bobby told them that Chicago was about to be destroyed.

The way Sam just had to ask “Did you kiss him?” and Dean yelling at him to get him back to the important part of the conversation. It was such a great ‘little brother/big brother’ moment.

Bobby telling them he didn’t kiss Crowley….and Crowley showing them a pic!! LOL!!

“Why’d you take a picture?”
“Why do you have to use tongue?”
*Sam and Dean’s heads swivel from Crowley and back to Bobby with matching looks of shocked curiosity* (OMG!! I was dying!)

Getting a peek into the Impala’s trunk again. Man, it’s been a while since we’ve seen her rear end……um wait, that didn’t come out right. I mean we haven’t seen the stash of weapons back there in a while.

Crowley’s “and……scene” at the end of Sam’s sad speech about how he’s the least of everyone else but the best chance they have. I love it when the writers poke fun at themselves and there’s no doubt they were doing it there, considering how many times they’ve written scenes where the boys have a heart to heart while leaning against the Impala. Genius.

The scene introducing us to Death. I have loved that song (‘Oh Death’ by Jen Titus) ever since it appeared in the preview at the beginning of this season and I’m so glad they actually used it in the show. I loved that it was all in slow motion, I loved that it was a nice long cut of the song and I loved that we never really got to see Death’s face. Such a perfect scene and very eerie.

Poor Cas feeling useless without his angel powers and getting a pep talk (of sorts) from Bobby.

Sam asking Dean if he remembers when they used to hunt wendigos and how simple things were back then. I have been thinking the same thing myself recently. Maybe they were giving us a foreshadowing of next year. Something tells me that after all this Apocalypse stuff they might just go back to some good ol’ fashioned hunts next season. I think that would be awesome. It’s been a long time since the boys just were out there “saving people, hunting things – the family business”.

Crowley giving Dean Death’s scythe. Holy crap!

Crowley telling Bobby about his little secret clause in their contract and making Bobby walk again!! DOUBLE HOLY CRAP!!! I so did not see that coming!! Yay Bobby! That was so awesome and the way they did it was perfect. I always expected Bobby to somehow walk again but I was afraid of how it would happen, that it would be too unrealistic (yes I know that sounds weird when talking about this show but y’all know what I mean).

Cas telling Sam that he and Dean have a way of exceeding his expectations. LOL, that just struck me as hilarious.

Finding out that Sam will have to drink demon blood again in order to take in Lucifer. Jeesh! Can it get any worse???

Sam and Bobby taking out a whole warehouse full of zombies and demons, especially the way Sam kept saving more and more people. Go Sam! That’s our boy!

Crowley popping back into the Impala to repeat what he said to Dean from across the street. I’ll tell ya, there are plenty of times I can think of where I wish I had that particular talent.

Cas discovering that maybe he (and his sawed off shotgun) can be useful, after blowing away a zombie that was choking Sam.

The look on Dean’s face when he noisily dropped the scythe as he was trying to sneak up on Death. Too funny. Sometimes Jensen can look like such a little boy and that was one of those times.

The funny little affirmative raise of the eyebrows that Dean did when Death asks him if he likes the pizza.

Finding out that Death has been enslaved to Lucifer and because he wants out, offering Dean his ring to help take out the devil. Okay yeah, there’s something I didn’t see coming either. Nicely done show, you’ve managed to surprise me a few times this ep.

The sexy way that the Impala was parked in the background behind Bobby and Dean in the final scene. Um…..is it wrong that I just called a car ‘sexy’?

Bobby describing Sam as “ass-full of character defects”. LOL! That is the best description ever. I’m totally gonna steal that. I think all of us could be described as that at least some of the time.

The way the show ended when Bobby asked the ultimate question of Dean, whether he was afraid of losing…..or of losing his brother. Wow.

Overall definitely one of the best episodes of the season, with all of our favorite characters plus some new ones that were fantastic as well.

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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”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 17 “99 Problems”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 18 “Point of No Return”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 19 “Hammer of the Gods”
Supernatural, Season 5, episode 20 “The Devil You Know”

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Positively Positive Review – Supernatural: The Devil You Know

by on May.01, 2010, under Drama, Horror, Television

Supernatural The Devil You Know Mark A Sheppard

My favorite part of this episode was hands-down the performance given by Mark A Sheppard as Crowley. He plays such a great snippety Brit and I think it works so well for that character. Especially now that Crowley has been knocked down a few notches after helping the boys try and kill Lucifer. Every demon is after him and he’s had to move from his swank digs to a run-down hole in the wall. He finds Sam and Dean to help them get to Pestilence so that they can go ahead with the plan to trap Lucifer back in his cage.

I like that the boys are getting help from a lot of interesting sources now that we’re nearing the end of the season (and getting closer and closer to the Apocalypse). Last week they got a bit of assistance from the archangel Gabriel and now they got some from a demon. Makes me wonder who else is going to come out of the woodwork.

Highlights….

Dean thinking that he looked like ‘The King of Pop’ in his mask.

Crowley asking the boys if they’d “Fancy a fag and a chat?” (a fag is a cigarette, by the way). I just love how he said it, so casual considering he’d just popped up in the back seat of the Impala and Sam had tried to kill him.

Crowley being completely inconsolable because the demons after him not only destroyed his house but also ate his tailor. LOL!

Finding out that Crowley has been tracking Sam and Dean ever since they met him. Hmm…interesting.

Crowley referring to Pestilence as ‘Sneezy’. LOL!

Finding out that Pestilence is only releasing something as simple as swine flu so that he can release his ‘vaccine’, which is really the Croatoan virus. Scary to see how close we’re getting to the possible future we saw in the episode ‘The End’.

The flies coming out of the bowl of blood. Ick.

Sam considering saying yes to Lucifer so that he can take his body back long enough to trap him. Oh man, it’s scary because it could actually work.

Dean’s countless cries of “Oh crap!” when he realized that Crowley’s ‘plan’ was to kill of the humans between them and Brady.

Knowing as soon as Brady started kicking Dean’s ass that it was all part of Crowley’s plan, even if Dean didn’t.

The extra long preview for the final two eps of Supernatural they showed during one of the commercial breaks. The new version of the song ‘Oh Death’ was perfect, so very creepy and cool. Now I think I’m going to have to download that one, too.

Crowley beating the living snot out of Brady with a crowbar. Ouch, but also, kinda awesome.

Crowley telling Sam that Dean “replied with a colorful rejoinder about my cornshoot” when he begged Dean not to come back. Absolutely hysterical to take what was probably a really disgusting retort and make it sound almost polite.

Finding out that Brady was a friend of Sam’s from college. Whoa! I totally did not see that one coming.

Crowley’s explanation for why he believes that Lucifer will destroy the demons if he gains power. I’m glad they had him explain it because I have to admit that I was wondering why he was worried about it. Very good point about the fact that Lucifer is an angel and not a demon. It does make sense that he would get rid of them, especially seeing as how he’s treated them in the past.

Sam locking Dean in the bathroom. Those boys are getting really good at trapping each other, aren’t they?

Finding out that Brady set up Sam with Jessica just so he could kill her (under the YED’s orders), effectively destroying his life and sending him on the path he’s taken for the last four years.

Crowley coming back from taking on a bunch of demons and (oopsie) letting one of them get away…. with the idea that he and Brady are lovers against Satan. Okay, THAT is freaking brilliant. Have I mentioned how much I love this guy??

Dean’s “well good for you!” when Sam pulled the old “I told you so” after Crowley took off and left them to deal with the Hellhound on their own. Poor Dean, it can’t be fun facing down something that literally killed him a couple years ago.

Crowley coming back with his own ‘pup’ and telling it to ‘Sic’em boy!” OMG, so freaking awesome! The invisible dog fight was the best bit of action I’ve seen in a while. The fact that we couldn’t actually see the hounds made it so much better than if they’d dumped a bunch of money on special effects and CGI.

Dean trapping Brady in the alley so that Sam could take him out.

Crowley showing up at Bobby’s place and telling him that he could give them Death’s location, but there’s a technicality – Bobby would have to give up his soul. He also claimed that it would only be temporary and I know I’m probably biased because I dig Crowley so much, but I gotta say that I believe him. It wouldn’t surprise me that he would need something that powerful to work his little spell and considering that every other Winchester has either sold their soul or tried, I can’t imagine that Bobby would end up fully going down that road.

Overall an interesting episode featuring what I think had become one of my favorite demons on this series.

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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”
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