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10.22 poll and, a different approach.. 
14th-May-2015 09:48 pm
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Poll #2011057 10.22 episode reaction

I thought 10.22 was:

Awesome! Intense and everything I expected from the penultimate episode.
Pretty good! The great stuff overshadowed the not so great stuff.
Ok. Not everything I hoped for, but still not entirely bad.
*meh* Aside from one or two moments, I was unimpressed.
Nope. Nope. Haven't we been here before?! Time to change the record. :(

This might not work, but I'm keen to try it. I have a heap of thoughts about this episode. So many I'm not really sure where to start. So, instead of writing it all down, how about you share what you thought and we can chat about it? OR ask me a specific question and I'll answer it. That way the conversation will become the episode reaction. If that makes any sense (if not, I'll write something up later…*g*).

I adore talking about the show and accept the individual responses to it. I won't harsh your squee, nor will I spew rainbows over your discontent. At the moment I'm all over the damn place about the episode. I could squee and I could bitch. I saw brilliance and I saw major fail. I'm just…what is this show?! How dare you make me care so much when I see through your contrivance.

In other words…I need to talk!
14th-May-2015 03:06 pm (UTC)
Pretty sure the Dean who admitted he'd rather have Sam burning on the pyre, instead of Charlie, is the MOC influenced Dean, but how sad is it that we're not sure? I honestly feel Dean is holding so much resentment toward Sam, that a part of him really does feel that way.

I want to see Sam succeed in everything he does, but I was relieved when he (Rowena) failed to kill Crowley. I felt so conflicted during that scene.

I've been holding out heaps of hope that Sam will finally be the one to save Dean, and I still posses a little of that hope, but with only one more episode to go this season, I'm now wondering if the MOC story is going to continue into next season, especially now that the Stynes are out of the picture... not really sure how I feel about that, except that I'm growing weary of this Dean, so I guess that means I'm ready for a change.

Overall I enjoyed the episode, and I look forward to checking back later to see the conversation going on here... this kind of 'review' is a great idea.

15th-May-2015 01:24 pm (UTC)
but how sad is it that we're not sure?

I actually had no doubt. I think that's why I coped with this episode much better than I thought I would. When I saw the spoilers I wasn't sure, but after seeing it, it really became obvious. The mark has well and truly taken over and Sam bore the brunt of it in those first scenes. The sad thing for me was Sam acting like he deserved Dean's wrath - even though he knows it wasn't actually Dean talking.

I felt so conflicted during that scene.

I was too. I actually wanted Sam to kill Crowley (it's been a long time coming) but when he didn't and Crowley returned to full on evil, I was happy about it. I've never understood why the boys have not tried to kill Crowley before (especially after he killed Sarah) so I was happy to finally see an attempt (and Sam was awesome in that scene!).

I hope the MoC concludes this season (or changes direction at least). I'm not sure the Stynes are out of the picture though? Didn't they mention there were heaps of them? I'm thinking revenge is on the way maybe? I would be cool with that. I don't mind them as a "big bad".

I enjoyed the episode, but I think it had some problems. And it's always hard to watch the brothers at massive odds. Though with Dean not Dean is makes it easier. SO much better than last season's "at odds". That was the worse (imho)

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