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5th-May-2016 11:07 pm
That's Just not right
A very short, very negative reaction. Please be warned (I mean it. Not a happy camper - so, you know, don't click).

(*meep* and my comments are full of unmitigated bitterness too. So yeah. Don't read! You know the drill!)



That, quite possibly, has become the most rage inducing episode for me in the history of the show.

All I can say is FUCK THEM and their manipulative, canon and character destroying bullshit. I used to like Robbie, but now I'm just *side eyeing*

(I had a heap of stuff written up but I just couldn't post it. Too ragey and messy. I hope to gather myself and write a constructive crit on why that episode was the ultimate in mockery and manipulation. Or maybe it will come up in comments).

(and no, Dean calling "SAAAM!" didn't make things better - though the hair petting went some way in helping...;D)

ETA: Dammit, I have to add - making God real is the single worse thing they could ever have done. Just think about what he's allowed Sam and Dean to suffer (Rape, torture, loss etc etc). And think about how, with a snap of his finger he could change EVERYTHING. Every. Single, Thing. Curious to see how they write themselves out of that one.
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5th-May-2016 03:34 pm (UTC)
Hair-petting = always good!

Just think about what he's allowed Sam and Dean to suffer (Rape, torture, loss etc etc). And think about how, with a snap of his finger he could change EVERYTHING. Every. Single, Thing.

This, so much. I was so confuzzled when he said he loves Sam and Dean, because whut. That's how you show your love? Although in a sense he was always the 'missing dad', so we shouldn't really be surprised. :-/ Kinda hoping now that Amara kicks his sorry arse, gets bored of messing with the planet, and takes Lucifer off somewhere. Several problems solved. ;-)
6th-May-2016 12:49 am (UTC)
Well yes. The upside is maybe there will be a conclusion that wipes them all out and Sam and Dean can go back to hunting monsters and saying people.

I suppose, looking back, I've never been a huge fan of the mythos in this world. It's just so grand - so huge, that somewhere along the way it lost it's ability to connect in a way that makes sense. Well, to me anyway.

And maybe - and I think this is more the point, I just hoped that they were going to go in a different direction that actually giving God a persona. I think I wanted Chuck to be some sort of conduit rather than actually God. It just opens up far to many holes for me.

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