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8th-Oct-2011 01:34 pm
Relax!


I was really scared going into that. My flist seemed ..um... worried (yeah, yeah I peeked at the posts for reactions but didn't spoil myself). But I have stop doing that because all through the episode I was like... wow, this is awesome. What's everyone so upset about?!

And then came the end.

Before I get to that thought can I just squee... COLIN FORD!!!!! \o/ WHEEEEEEEEEEEE! Man, he was great. And that gal that played young!Amy was FABULOUS! Oh man... Sam and Amy. Two kids with puppy eyes. if that wasn't a match made in heaven. Which of course it wasn't because SAM LIFE SUCKS!!

I think Jensen can be credited with getting those performances out of those young actors.

Other squee....

*Dean in hospital and all wooby!
*Sam on a gurney and out cold. (whaaaa - we didn't quite get hospital!Sam... but close enough)
*Bobby! (he didn't seem too upset about losing his place.... *head scratch*)
*Books planted for safe keeping. (But of course)!
*Flashbacks! I do eat these up. We get little bits of extra canon. (though there were no real surprises there..)
*Wee!Sam is a friggin hero and awesome researcher (which... yep! Already knew that one too.)
*Dean freaking out about missing!Sam. (always love that stuff..)
*Bobby being the sane voice of reason (Dean really relies on Bobby for his point of view on stuff methinks)
*Cake that isn't pie. :)

Ok. So. Now the bit that I figure is going to get fans up in arms.

I have to say my heart was in my throat during Dean's killing of Amy. That was.... hard. Very hard. Not just because he killed a monster after we had grown to sympathise with her, but because he lied to Sam.

I actually get the killing - I do. My understanding is that she actually did do those killings. (yes?) Not just feeding off already dead people. She needed to kill them for her son. So, yeah. Being a hunter is about killing monsters who actually kill people. Truth is, she is very likely to kill again so Dean felt it had to be stopped. Dean IS a hardened hunter after all. I really don't think that has changed over time.

It also harkens back to season two when Dean was spinning out of control. I think that's an important comparison because we are beginning to get glimpses that Dean is not in control as much as he might think he is. He is (I think) heading toward some sort of meltdown and this kind of killing might just be there to show us that.

But the blatant lie to Sam. That's harder. When he said he had to start trusting Sam at some point I actually thought he meant it. As in, this the start of something new. A turn around. (YAY!!) But alas. No. *whaaaaaaa*

But I'm not up in arms about it I have to say. Ok, so the show is still going to deal with trust issues between them. There has to be something that they still need to work on and I can see that trust (at this stage in the game) is a worthy candidate.

That's not to say that that didn't hurt. But IT"S SUPERNATURAL!! THAT"S WHAT THEY DO!.

I'll be curious to see how Sam reacts when he finds out. My feeling is that he'll be hurt, but it's all par for the course for Sam. He knows he's untrustworthy and I reckon he'll not be surprised that Dean lied to him. Sad probably. But not surprised.

There's also the issue of Sam being a "freak" again. Both in his own eyes and in Dean's. *sniff*

I suppose Show had to throw a spanner in the works to what was looking like their relationship being on the mend. It was just going to be all too easy if they were suddenly all trust (and open communication) again. *sigh*

BUT IT'S COOL! Both boys are in a weird space at the moment and until we can see what the future brings there's no point getting too worked about about it.

I really enjoyed it. I was entertained. My heart was in my throat for a lot of it. (But freakin' HORRIFIED by the hot cheese sauce. ARCK! Oh Show. My first "turn away from the screen" moment of the season).

I still love you. (Even though I thought you might have given us a little break from the heartache... HA! idiot me for thinking that .. *g*)

*bounces*
Comments 
8th-Oct-2011 05:44 am (UTC)
This episode was like serious tinder for the fires, that is for certain. I'm mostly like you - I don't see quite what's started as much mess as there is going on now. I may be a weensy bit cynical, but if you look back, neither boy has ever totally trusted the other. I mean, not ever. They trust each other with their lives and their health, but deeper than that, they just can't seem to do it.

Dean never forgave Sam for leaving him umpteen times, and you can tell from all the demon/monster taunts that Dean thinks everyone is going to leave. I don't think Sam ever trusted Dean to side with him over their Dad, and it just kept on from there.

So, I'm not concerned with the lying or the killing - Dean is very much a hunter, after all, and I would have been surprised if he really did capitulate that easily. In lying, he could have either been trying to protect Sam so he wouldn't have to know what Dean was doing, or he was trying to avoid a fight. Maybe we'll find out during the trial next week.

What does concern me is the freak thing. I guess after thinking of Sam as the abomination Robo!Sam maybe that thinking kept on or something, but I just don't like Dean thinking of Sam as a freak. Sam thinking of himself as one, yeah. He kind of always has. It's sad, but understandable. But Dean? I don't like that AT ALL.
8th-Oct-2011 10:51 am (UTC)
Yes, yes. Dean thinking Sam is a freak (and making it quite obvious to> Sam that he thinks that) is really very sad. Remember when he used to hide it from him? I think Dean has always worried about Sam's "freakish" nature (way back when the nightmares began) but he used to try and make Sam not feel so bad about it. But in that ep....hmmm. I'm not sure. He didn't seem to hide it all. But then when he tells him he trusts him and really doesn't whaaaaaaaa

I think Dean just couldn't resist those puppy eyes and Sam's heartfelt plea that he felt compelled to say ok. He had to lie to Sam's face.. *sniff*

It's heartbreaking but interesting also...

I wonder if they are heading down a particular track with this....

8th-Oct-2011 05:48 am (UTC)
I totally &hearts you with all of this. Especially the part about not getting to worked up just yet. Let's trust Show and see what's coming next.

Can we still squee about all the awesomeness that came before That Ending???? Is it just me or does Colin look more and more like Jared the older he gets? He's really a lovely actor. I am just loving Sam this season.... his woobie face and owie hand and sanity just teetering on the edge....

And Dean's bare leg under his hospital gown and his uneaten cake and his worry...

Yep. Show, I still love you, even though you never let me rest easy.
8th-Oct-2011 11:43 am (UTC)
Hee! That Ending™!

There were moments when I was watching Colin and I really could believe he was a younger Sam. Some of the mannerisms and soulful eyes. I really think having Jensen direct him was great for Colin because he knows Jared so well and would be able to help him out.

And SAM!!!! His woobiness is made of awesome. He's going through hell but he's so determined to deal with it.

And Dean is going in directions that are soooo interesting. I kinda love that they've given him such a strong thing to do here. Hard to watch... but damn interesting.

HA!! Show letting us rest?! What is this rest you speak of?

<333
8th-Oct-2011 07:32 am (UTC)
I suppose Show had to throw a spanner in the works to what was looking like their relationship being on the mend. It was just going to be all too easy if they were suddenly all trust (and open communication) again. *sigh*

It's one of those things. They end seasons on absolute solidarity. There's always some yelling and lying and punching in the middle. It's sad and it's uncomfortable, but it's supposed to be, so I'm okay with that. They always fix it. :)

And ... I can really see both points of view. On the one hand, it's always been Sam's great strength that he can assert his identity in the face of tremendous pressure to be something he doesn't want to be - evil leader of a demon army, Lucifer's vessel, whatever. If he's going to survive, he needs the space to take control of who he is, and Dean has to deal with that. But on the other, it's only been three weeks since Sam was shooting at nothing and having conversations with Lucifer. It's not really surprising that Dean's worried, and if Sam's going to leave a context-free note and refuse to answer his phone, I'm not sure freaking out is an unreasonable response. I mean, it's nice that Bobby can be phlegmatic about this - but he missed the meltdown in the warehouse. He wasn't so calm when Sam was soulless and trying to kill him.

It begins with Sam lying to Dean and ends with Dean lying to Sam. With a cast on Dean could hardly come along, but Sam could have explained where he was going. Cutting him off like that, keeping him and his attitudes about monsters from getting involved ... that wasn't exactly trusting either. They should have had the conversation they had at the end at the beginning. Saying 'you have to trust me on this' after all your actions have indicated 'I don't trust you on this' is a bit much. But if that was how it was, then that's what Dean should have said, instead of running off to deal with it himself. That just compounds the problem. I kind of want to give them both a clip over the ear right now. :)

I actually get the killing - I do. My understanding is that she actually did do those killings. (yes?) Not just feeding off already dead people. She needed to kill them for her son..

*nods* It's one of those awful situations where there was no right answer. Amy was a nice person, she wasn't killing for the fun of it, she didn't deserve to be what she was or to die for it. But at the same time, Dean was probably right: what if her kid got sick again, what if she got sick, what if their supply of corpses got cut off? All it would take would be another crisis and there would be another string of deaths. So whether they killed her or let her live, somebody was going to die. It was a complex judgement call, which is why they should have had a proper conversation about it. Idiots. :)
8th-Oct-2011 11:57 am (UTC)
After typing this I got to thinking about the lovely comparison between Sam shutting Dean out and then Dean going behind Sam's back.

Sam didn't trust that Dean would let his childhood friend live. He knows Dean that well. He knew Dean would take her out if Sam let him in on what was going on. He wanted to check it out before Dean just got in there and killed her.

I think deep down Sam knew she should have been killed but he just had to give her the benefit of the doubt.

And likewise Dean. Dean didn't trust Sam's call on this. Knew his emotions had got in the way of making a good judgement call. He knows Sam that well. This is the Sam he knew from before. The one that got all teary eyed at the thought of killing certain monsters.

So yeah. They mirrored each other in the episode I think in many ways.

A very interesting, thinky episode. It also reminds us (once again) that these boys are flawed. This is what makes them such interesting characters.

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8th-Oct-2011 01:22 pm (UTC)
A very interesting, thinky episode. It also reminds us (once again) that these boys are flawed. This is what makes them such interesting characters.

I think, looking at the past three episodes, at the moment the writers are very interested in this habit they have of lying because they think they know how the other one will react. They've worked through a lot of their issues over the years, and I think they nearly had this one knocked on the head by Swan Song - Dean talked to Sam a fair bit in early season six about what he was feeling, and tried to get Sam to reciprocate - but since talking to soulless-Sam was completely useless, Dean had clammed up again by the time Sam got back, and then Sam clammed up again in response.

Dean didn't tell Sam he was on the edge of despair and ready to give up - Sam walked in on a conversation between him and Bobby. Sam didn't tell Dean about the hallucinations - Dean heard it from Death. Dean was wrong not to rely on Sam - Sam knew how to talk Castiel down and fixed the crisis they were facing as well as anyone could. Sam was wrong to believe Dean couldn't help him - he was probably the only one who could. I think in some ways they know each other too well. They get caught up in their images of each other, and their concern for each other ... and they don't realise that just talking about things can have surprising results.

So I'm not entirely sure Amy's death was inevitable no matter what (they've made different decisions about dealing with sympathetic monsters over the years, usually by talking about it), but I do think it was inevitable given the way the story was presented to us, because when we inhabit Sam's point of view we're looking at an unhappy teenager with the best of intentions, and when we inhabit Dean's we're looking at a mother with a child to feed who's proved she'll kill if she has to. Those two points of view never met - Sam was too anxious to let her go to ask hard questions; Dean never had a chance to develop sympathy for her.

If they'd come at this a different way, I think it's possible that things might have ended differently. But I think it's just as likely that they'd still have killed her, because it's made pretty clear this is a no-win situation. It's kind of moot, because the point isn't that there was a right way to deal with the monster - there wasn't - but that there was a right way for them to work together. They're at their best when they balance each other's excesses and let each other play to their strengths. They weren't doing that here, so things got messy and uncomfortable.

Sorry, I just keep talking. Some days my brain won't stop. :)
8th-Oct-2011 01:42 pm (UTC)
Oh please don't stop... your thinky thoughts are always awesome.

You've summed all this up so well. I couldn't possibly put all that into coherent sentences. :)

It's also made me realise that even if in one episode it looks like they've made progress (in the way they communicate etc) doesn't necessarily mean that it will continue that way. It depends on their head space at the time and the nature of the hunt. In this case it came down to Sam personally knowing the MoTW. It might have even come down to Dean being somewhat stir crazy with being laid up. So even though we've had episodes where they have appeared to trust each other doesn't necessarily mean they would in different circumstances. (I kinda feel hope in that. There's hope that this hasn't meant a huge set back. I really don't want them to go back to the distance between them of S4).

I also think both boys were true to their personalities in this episode. These guys can't suddenly become completely different people. In certain situations they will react in a certain way. And in this case it meant for things getting messy. And messy is good. As in good watching. Be damn boring if they always did the "right" thing. Or the most sensible thing... or the things we are yelling at them through the tv screen...:)

xx
8th-Oct-2011 07:32 am (UTC)
I have two comments for this ep that stuck with me.

We've never had anyone able to track down the boys via their false cards/IDs before. Firstly, how could anyone possibly know all the boy's aliases enough for one of the minions to create a search program to track them... unless that one person knew a helluva lot about the Winchesters. And if that big bad boss instructing said minions is inside a certain angel who has been around the boys for the last four years, that knowledge becomes accessable. (Yes I'm fluffing around, but it was the only thing I could think of in the wake of the 'huh?' moment I had after that scene.)

And two... jeez, watch with the knocks to Sam's noggin already! I was waiting every time he got KOd for the flashbacks/hallucinations to restart. :P

And Jewel Staite Squee! I love that woman. (Don't mind me, was watching Firefly all this week and my head is a mess. :P)

Edited at 2011-10-08 07:35 am (UTC)
8th-Oct-2011 12:05 pm (UTC)
YES! Why have we never seen the boys tracked down by credit cards before?! I guess that this shows us how clever the leviathans are. But I have no idea how they would know what aliases the boys have.... is this one of those hand wavey moments maybe?

Hmmm... big bad boss being inside Cas all this time?! Oooh.... that never even crossed my mind..... could that be possible?

And YES!! How many times does Sam's poor head have to be hit?! I thought they were actually going to make a moment of that...like it had some after effect. But no. As if his head wasn't already scrabbled eggs...

Yikes...so Jewel is that young girl's name? I haven't checked the credits. She was wonderful..

Hee... and my heads a mess just from watching that ep. Or maybe that's the glass of wine I'm having...
8th-Oct-2011 09:16 am (UTC)
I have to say my heart was in my throat during Dean's killing of Amy.
I can't say my heart was in my throat, but I felt really... strange. At first I was kinda pissed at Dean? Because seriously? Then I kind of understood him, his motives and all, but in the end I still feel like he doesn't fully trust Sam even though he thinks it's for the best. Like, he's the big brother, right? He's always right and he knows better and all. And it felt like he wanted to do things right even after listening to Sam and why he didn't kill Amy but let her go. On the other hand, it felt a little as if Dean killed Amy just to prove Sam wrong. If it makes any sense? Like, he's so stubborn and can't admit that Sam's right about the fact that people can change that he just went behind Sam's back and killed the girl. And as if it wasn't enough, how he talked to that kid?.. I don't know, the kid's response made me feel a little better, like, maybe Dean was right after all about monster being a monster till the end :\

Truth is, she is very likely to kill again so Dean felt it had to be stopped.
But remember what Sam told him? Like, if it was them, they would probably do the same thing, if not worse. I mean, not eat-someone's-brain kind of worse, but...you know. I think if something happened to Sam and to fix that Dean had to kill someone, he would do it in a second. I mean, he said it himself, and I quite believe him. The only difference is that Amy had already done that, and they boys hadn't.

I just hope that they will somehow explain it in future episodes, because I still hope that this ending was kind of necessary for the next ep. They do that? We're totally good :D

I'll be curious to see how Sam reacts when he finds out.
HA. The big questions is IF he finds out. I mean...I'm pretty sure they won't even remember it next week :\

There's also the issue of Sam being a "freak" again. Both in his own eyes and in Dean's. *sniff*
Well, at least they talk openly about it now. But I still want to cuddle Sam :'(

BUT IT'S COOL! Both boys are in a weird space at the moment and until we can see what the future brings there's no point getting too worked about about it.
BLESS YOUR WORDS. Until then I'm gonna go work on another angsty-instrumental music-sad-Sam hurting-video :DDDDD \o/ Everyone is coping in their own way *___*
8th-Oct-2011 12:30 pm (UTC)
Dean killing Amy is indeed very tricky. I think everyone is going to have a slightly different take on it. I think Dean did do what he thought was right. Not sure if it was to prove Sam wrong, but - as you say - he's the big brother AND the one that (he thinks) can make the better judgement call.

The moment with the kid was very interesting also. He was also a "monster" but Dean didn't kill him because he hadn't killed anyone. Though I wonder if he hasn't, in fact, released the monster in him. The child is now without a mother and will be full of anger. He may start killing sooner rather than later. Dean probably should have killed him also. But *guh* can you imagine the uproar if he had done that?

I hope it will be all addressed also, but Show doesn't always do that. They often leave these things open and up in the air.

YAY!! Vidding as a coping mechanism. Oh Sam has just so much awesome stuff to vid at the moment (wish the hell I could get my head around it...).

I actually made a little Cas vid - which completely amazes me because I haven't exactly been hurting over the loss. Though I do feel for those who are.

Oh Show...
8th-Oct-2011 04:52 pm (UTC)
YAY VIDDING :D I spent the whole last week vidding bits and pieces here and there when I had time and I spent the whole day today finish it up. I'M DNE :DDD muhawhaw

I'm curious what you dean with Cas vid. When will you post it? :)
9th-Oct-2011 01:02 am (UTC)
I'M DNE :DDD muhawhaw

And OMG! It's incredible. How the hell do you DO that?! Your vidding never (ever) ceases to amaze me. Damn you! (in a good way of course).... but nothing like feeling woefully inadequate...

I've just had some beta notes on the Cas vid so I'm doing some reworks. I've trying (desperately) to create that kind of ghostly feeling you have with yours but I just can't do it! I've tried an overlay, but I just keep thinking it's getting in the way. I just can't seem to work it in seamlessly like you do. But. I'm going to try again. I've got a new focus so I'm going to try something else. *fingers crossed*

Ack! I ranted. Sorry. Your vid has gotten me all excited... (and reinspired..)

(hee! And did you notice you wrote "what you dean with the Cas vid"? Ha... it is a DeannCas vid actually...)

9th-Oct-2011 12:05 pm (UTC)
heee I don't know? /o\ I just like playing with music, clips and colors. I'm glad you like it though! ^__^

I've trying (desperately) to create that kind of ghostly feeling you have with yours but I just can't do it!
I think a lot depends on the song/music? *thinks* Do try! If you need any help or if you want somene to beta-watch it, feel free to PM me ;)

HAHAHAH OMG IT WAS LATE AT NIGHT OK?! :DDDD
9th-Oct-2011 12:08 pm (UTC)
I'll PM ya.. :)
8th-Oct-2011 10:27 am (UTC)
I agree with you about the Dean thing, it hurt like crazy and really really suprised me, but I think it plays into the way Dean thinks he's fine but isn't very well.

I think his obsession with seeing Sams other shoe drop so to speak is that he himself waits for the shoe about himself to come down.

But damn, telling Sam he trusts him and then doing that? And basically making a hunter-killing machine out of the Jakob-kid? not cool man

But I squeed so much during the flashbacks!! oh my god I love Colin Ford he is the perfect Sam (even though they kind of have to push back Sams growth spurt in canon because of him XD)

Also, can we now say that Sam can canonically read Japanese? As a Japan studies student this makes me all sorts of happy! I can totally make him read stupid stuff in Japanese and be all like "but people, thats canon now!" glee

I also loved his delivery in his little scenes with small Amy (especially the "wiry" comment lol)

I think this season is going to involve a lot less of Sam psychological issues and a lot more of Deans because as this episode proofs: Sam is kinda ok with who he is and who he has become...Dean so, so isn't there yet (I think his whole Lisa-Ben deal shows that as well)

so excited!!!
8th-Oct-2011 01:04 pm (UTC)
I think his obsession with seeing Sams other shoe drop so to speak is that he himself waits for the shoe about himself to come down.

Oooh yes. Good point. Whilst looking after Sam he doesn't have to look after himself. He's probably wanting Sam to "loose it" so he has to deal with that and not himself. Which means, if Sam is coping, then Dean probably isn't.

Yay... love the mess of that. :)

YAY COLIN!!! \o/ I love it when they bring him back. He's the perfect Sam. And flashback mean tidbits of extra canon. Wheeee.. :)

The Sam and Amy scene when they were flirting was so adorable! Sam's first kiss!! (that would be his first yes?!!!) AND he asked Dean how to talk to girls. AND he looked liked a kicked puppy when she told him to go away. AND he was a knight in shining armour. AND he fell for the neighborhood monster... oh Sam.

I think this season is going to involve a lot less of Sam psychological issues and a lot more of Deans because as this episode proofs: Sam is kinda ok with who he is and who he has become...Dean so, so isn't there yet

I think you are very right. I love that it appears that Sam will be the one who will have psych problems but in fact it's Dean that will be the one who has the melt down.

In the end, I think both boys look out for each other. Even if they have trust issues. :)

xx


8th-Oct-2011 11:04 am (UTC)
It was hard to see Dean kill Ami... He is really acting the older brother again, deciding what is right. I guess with Sam having Lucy in his head he sees it as his duty again to take charge and draw a clear line between family and monsters. Maybe that is keeping "his own wall up" (if that makes sense).

Bobby has copies of his books...of course...why didn't I think of that possibility? I really thought they were lost. Bobby is clearly smarter than me. ;D
I wonder if loosing his place was freeing for him in some way...maybe all old memories burnt with it? However, the boys are on the road again, rather than hanging out at Bobby's as a sort of home. I guess the writers thought we were getting to comfi with the homi feeling. ;)

And that cheese thing at the end.. (Eating cheese will never be the same again. lol.)It made Dean's killing of Ami nearly look like an act of mercy.

Loved seeing Young!Sam again. Great episode all around. :)

8th-Oct-2011 01:12 pm (UTC)
Oh yes. Dean being all "big brother"....I think you are definitely right about keeping his up his own wall. Yay, how interesting. I love that parallel. They're playing with a few parallels with the brothers this season (as they do). I love it.

I like the idea that Bobby feels "freed" up. Maybe he will rebuild. He will still need his business and he probably has insurance. Maybe well see a new Bobby house.

(You know, when Bobby first appeared I thought he was in Dean's dream. He seemed almost dreamlike...)

Oh man. That cheese was just horrific. Yes, yes... it did make Dean's killing look merciful. I wonder if that's why they did it like that.

Those leviathans are nasty pieces of work. They are on the Winchesters' tails. I wonder what they would do if they every catch up to them....*shudder*

Yay SHOW!! *hearts* it
8th-Oct-2011 04:22 pm (UTC)
(You know, when Bobby first appeared I thought he was in Dean's dream. He seemed almost dreamlike...)

Yes, I felt that way, too! :)

And, yes, those leviathans have an evil sense of humour.. very wicked. Turning that man into a cheese dip? *cringes* Sam and Dean need to gear up...

8th-Oct-2011 12:35 pm (UTC)
I loved this episode. Truly loved it. Colin Ford is utterly adorable and so well cast, and Jensen did a bang-up job with directing.

I don't think the freak label is as big a deal for Sam as it used to be. I really think he finally gets it that "freak" doesn't necessarily equal "bad." Unfortunately, Dean isn't in the same place.

Dean doesn't have nearly the control he likes to think he has and his opinion of himself is at an all-time low. I'm excited to see where they go with this and thrilled that Sam had that little "episode." It's nice to see they didn't forget all about his problems this ep either.
8th-Oct-2011 12:48 pm (UTC)
Hee... I think you were commenting on my post at the same time I was commenting on yours.

Wheee....

And yes yes.. Dean is not in a great place. I liked a comment that was on your post saying that Dean is reverting to the simpler truth of "kill it because it is evil". It's something he knows and can help him feel in control. Did you notice how self assured he was in that scene. He showed absolutely no doubt whatsoever. It was really rather scary. It was like he was almost too calm.

I think they've been building Dean's issues really well this season. Little hints to his inner troubles. Sam's troubles are more open (as is Sam's nature) and Dean's locked down. They have to come out at some point.

*hugs*
8th-Oct-2011 03:33 pm (UTC)
Yes, yes, yes! Sam's emotions (and problems) are on the surface, but Dean's run so deep. It's been that way since season one.

Love it!
8th-Oct-2011 05:11 pm (UTC)
I really enjoyed the ep, including That End! BUt like you before I mention that, let's have a moment of squee for crutch, woozy!Dean *dances around* Ok anyway, Dean's seen how this stuff goes, like back to that ruberoo, rugeroo, ruberoogeroo erm... that bloke that they tried to stop turning into a monster but majorly failed (but allowed for knocked out!Dean and stuck in a cupboard!Sam moment of yay lol) On the road to meltdown or not, he's a hunter that kills monsters that kill people and what's to say the kid wouldn't get sick again? I understand why even if it was a bit shocking after Sam's sympathetic turn. But for now I agree with the lie cos not sure Sam needs to know. It wouldn't achieve anything. Whether that backfires and it comes out in the future... OK shutting up now - it seems yours is the only ep reaction post I ever comment on LOL *waffles on* Oh and something else I totally agree with...Everything DOES taste better with cheese!
9th-Oct-2011 10:14 am (UTC)
*glomps*

I always love hearing from you hun! *shares the cheese dip*

And yes. The more I think about it the more I reckon Dean might have just been protecting Sam against what he had to do. I even wonder if Sam actually realised it (deep down) that Dean would take "care" of her. Hmmm....

Show likes to mess around with us that's for sure.

But! Whaaaaa... what's with the "three weeks later"... I wanted to see Dean hobbling around with a broken leg!
<3

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