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11.20 reaction 
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.
6th-May-2016 11:45 am (UTC)

Yeah, I can see that. It is easier to think in general that God is there but things just play out, good or ill, as they do. I admit to thinking along these lines alot of the time because it hurts to think, "why me?" Easier to think "stuff just happens"

It is odd that to Chuck's perspective he "saved them." True, they lived through the apocalypse but Dean suffered terribly and started it while Sam ended it a suffered terribly.

It's heartbreaking but it reflects the human experience. What they do next may ruin it all. I don't know. But they've created Amara to be as powerful as God. Even He needed help hiding her away the first time. Whatever they do, I don't see God being around for very long, tbh.

6th-May-2016 12:19 pm (UTC)
I agree. I think where they go next is crucial to how all this plays out. It could be handled extremely well - and they actually examine the can of worms this has opened. But history tells us (well, me) that what they are doing now serves only the purpose of the story right now and past mistakes and suffering caused by him not caring will not be addressed at all. I know Beren's is writing 11.22 so I hold out that he'll somehow make sense of all this for me (he usually does).
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