Raphael causes a huge storm and tries his hardest to scare Cass and Dean, but realizing they won't get any more out of him, they leave, but not before Cas delivers what is truly the best line of the night to the archangel who killed him. "Today, you're my bitch."
I'm not afraid to say that in that moment, I realized that adding Misha Collins as Castiel is probably the best decision Eric Kripke has made for Supernatural. He adds such a strong and unique presence to the show, and I love every minute of it.
On the car ride after their harrowing night, things get sentimental as Dean admits he's actually happy Sam is gone, because he doesn't need to worry about things anymore. When he says things like that, I get kind of mad at Dean. Of course life is easier without Sam, but do you know what's not easier? Stopping Lucifer. Family doesn't always make you happy, but you have to love them anyway.
Speaking of Sam, this brings us to the second part of tonight's double feature. Sam, or Keith as he's now calling himself, is a bartender in Oklahoma, but a waitress named Lindsey is drawn to him and wants to know his life story.
Now let's hold on for a moment. Jared Padalecki is dealing with characters named Dean, Jess and Lindsey? As in Dean and Jess, the two boys Rory had to choose from on Gilmore Girls
, and Lindsey, the woman Jared's Dean married? Is this a huge Gilmore Girls
shout-out, or am I reading too much into it?
Anyway, Sam hears about some apocalyptic storms nearby and calls Bobby to send some Hunters to fix it. Clearly Bobby hates being in the middle of these two idjit brothers fighting, but he goes along with it and sends three random Hunters to help.
They're curious why Sam isn't doing this himself, but they go and come back later, only one of them was killed by the demons. They also heard some crazy stories about Sam, all of which are true, so they want him to admit it and threaten to kill Lindsey if he doesn't. Wow, even the Hunters have gone wild.<<PREVIOUS (1) (2) (3) (4) NEXT>>