Bella’s Tribute to Supernatural the 200th Episode part 1.


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Hi all,

Lou has asked me over on Supernaturally Devoted to compile pieces for the 200th episode. So since we are on hiatus and my brain is dead, with very little brain activity. I thought I would impress you all with my choices and share them with you too. Over the next coming weeks I will add a few sections to show you my favorite episodes, choices of music, brotherly moments, favorite villain and so on. So I’d love you to come back and walk down memory lane with me. So we start of with favorite Bro Moments, and my favorite music from the show. Sorry its long winded but I think its fun looking back and remembering how these boys have grown up, and are a huge part of our lives. I love both brothers and its so hard picking scenes and narrowing them down when there have been so many. I hope you like my selections over the next few weeks. And don’t forget to drop me a line!!

Love Bella xxx

5 Favourite Brotherly Moments

2.22 All Hell breaks loose Parts 1 and 2

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This is my personal favorite episode of all time. It had so much going for it, that it captured my imagination in every single way possible. I never saw the first three seasons live, and I can only begin to imagine what loosing Sam must have felt like to those watching. It must have been terrifying for Dean, when I remember him looking up into the diner window realizing something was up when the radio turned static. Where had Sam disappeared to, then Dean found sulfur on the window ledge and realized the obvious Sam had been taken by supernatural forces? The physic kids began to materialize and Sam had come to an unknown location to him, a spooky un-habitated village. Dean searched and searched for Sam with the help of Bobby and Andy telepathically tries to reach Dean. Who understands where Sam is. Dean eventually finds Sam only to see Jake kill his brother with a single stab wound into his spine. Dean is holding his brother in the pouring rain calling out his brother’s name three times. Even now this scene continues to haunt me that I feel their plight and misery that Jake caused. How scary that must have been for Dean finding Sam then losing him. What was going to happen next> I wonder ….

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4.10 Heaven and Hell

I still fill up with all sorts of emotions when I ever watch this clip. How Dean felt about his time in Hell, how he was describing every moment to his brother out loud. It’s a tossup between this scene and Dean talking to Sam’s dead body in ABHL, which I think are Jensen’s best ever performances. He is so perfect at crying, and showing us that one single tear trickling down his face. But it for the first time made me feel how strong Dean actually was, that he’d spent 30 years on that rack before dealing out some of that crap to others, that he had endured himself. How vividly he appeared to be recalling his time to Sam, and that he felt every second of it. That Alistair tried to break him and he did actually succeed. Demons had Dean right where they wanted him…

5.04 ‘The End’

This end scene is possibly one of my most ever favorite lines of the show. Sam had just found out that he was Lucifer’s true vessel, and that Zachariah had zapped Dean into the future. Sam wanted back in and Dean refused his first request but once he’d returned from the future and seeing Lucifer kill his future self he allowed his brother back because it was more than that ‘we keep each other human.’ Dean couldn’t be without Sam no matter what. So all of Zach’s past efforts were an utter waste of time. Because family at the end of the day trumps all EVIL!

7×02 ‘Hello Cruel World.’

Sam was having hallucinations of Lucifer and was in a real bad way and Lucifer sneakily shape-shifts into Dean to fool Sam into taking him to the warehouse, to make Sam go insane. The real Dean arrives in the nick of time and realizes what is going on. Dean tries to convince Sam what is real, and that the wound on his hand is real as he attended to it and sewed it up. And that he should make that his stone number one and build on it. This to me conjures up a great brother moment knowing how well they know each other, and that Dean can make Sam believe that he is the real brother and the other is an impostor.  Sam had been in a right state mentally, and for Dean to pull him through was a great achievement. One scene I will always fondly remember …

9×23 Do you believe in Miracles?

It was a tossup between this and Sacrifice and I had to really think about the dialogue and the meaning behind the moments, and Dean saying ‘I am proud of us’ stole it for me. It also felt like perfect symmetry, a reflection of ‘All Hell breaks Loose’ season 2. It was a perfect moment and the crowning glory, and that the roles were reversed. That Dean was on the receiving end of death this time, and the one dying. And this clip had my favourite instrumental piece playing in the background. I also found out much later on that it’s also known as ‘Dean’s Theme.’

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5 Favourite Songs:

Supernatural has two score composers. Christopher Lennertz and Jay GruskaChristopher Lennertz received an Emmy nomination for his work on the series’ first season in 2006. A few words have to be mentioned for the little tingling piece of guitar music at the end of the show which is seldom noticed among fans. Its gentle, rock notes emerges as we sigh… that our episode has come to an end, for another week. So I give a nod to Jay Gruska for his brilliance in bringing us this score which has been present to us fans for the past 10 years. ‘Carry on wayward son’, often comes up and is notice more by fans, and is the shows main theme song, but this little instrumental rarely hits the headlines. So I hope we notice his efforts more frequently in the future …

My second and most moving piece of instrumental music has to go to ‘American’, which I have only recently found out its title and origin. It is the haunting piece that is often played during sad brotherly moments, deaths, and remembrances. It almost every time moves me to tears, and I am a blubbering wreck! Its orchestral piece seems to enhance the magic between the brothers every time, and ejects certain calmness within me too. I was so interested in finding out more about this piece but, couldn’t find it on you-tube.

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02.12 Faith

(Don’t Fear) The Reaper – Blue Oyster Cult:

All our times have come
Here, but now they’re gone
Seasons don’t fear the reaper
Nor do the wind, the sun or the rain
(We can be like they are)

Come on baby
(Don’t fear the reaper)
Baby take my hand
(Don’t fear the reaper)
We’ll be able to fly
(Don’t fear the reaper)
Baby I’m your man

When I remember playing back Faith this soundtrack continuously played in the back of my mind. I remembered thinking how evocative it was, and that the music was such a perfect fit to the story itself. And how it made me feel for Dean and his safety and also Sam’s struggle in how he did everything he could to save Dean. Those Reapers were really scary, and the story telling was superb in this episode. Especially thinking that these people thought this man could heal them. When it turned out to be a con.

5.02 – Good God, Y’All

Norman Greenbaum – Spirit in the Sky

When I die and they lay me to rest
Gonna go to the place that’s the best
When I lay me down to die
Goin’ up to the spirit in the sky …

I have some fond memories of this track, as this was the first season I remember watching live. I also recall the clips and pictures that came through on the spoilers and thinking wow that over turned car, this looks a strong episode. This is where the boys first start to encounter the four horsemen of the Apocalypse. I thought it was again perfect lyric telling in the song which matches the scene amazingly well. This I think was my first real taste in the feel of the music for the show. I still remember in my mind Sam switching off the radio in the over turned car. Those boys looked scared ridged wondering when some demon might pounce on them! I fondly remember Ellen giving Dean a hard slap around the face for not calling her…

5.03 Free to Be You and Me

Lynyrd Skynyrd – Simple Man

Mama told me when I was young
Come sit beside me, my only son
And listen closely to what I say.
And if you do this
It will help you some sunny day.
Take your time… Don’t live too fast,
Troubles will come and they will pass.
Go find a woman and you’ll find love,
And don’t forget son,
There is someone up above.

And be a simple kind of man.
Be something you love and understand.
Baby, be a simple kind of man.
Oh won’t you do this for me son,
If you can?

This episode was the first time I remember seeing the brothers alone without one another. The symmetry between their lives was so close. I loved thinking how Dean looked over to Sam’s seat in the Impala and he wasn’t there. Sam washing down the sink top in the bar, when Dean was washing The Impala down. This was the episode where they both found out that they were to be both angel vessels for both Michael and Lucifer when he finally finds Sam and pays him a visit disguised as Jessica. The music was just utterly mind blowing, and so fitting.

8.01 We need to talk about Kevin?

Styx – Man in the Wilderness

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Another year has passed me by
Still I look at myself and cry
What kind of man have I become?
All of the years I’ve spent in search of myself
And I’m still in the dark
‘Cause I can’t seem to find the light alone

Sometimes I feel like a man in the wilderness
I’m a lonely soldier off to war
Sent away to die, never quite knowing why
Sometimes it makes no sense at all …

Scream the lyrics when the Season 8 Premier begins to unfold.

This episode turned out to be quite sad, wondering how Dean would get out of purgatory and how living topside would affect him once again. Sam had spent time alone without him, hitting a dog and meeting that woman who shall remain nameless. Season 8 was and still is tough to watch, but this particular piece of music I found emotional as the lyrics really touched my heart sensing a man had gone off to war, and is in search of himself. It fitted Dean’s situation so perfectly it was like it was meant to be. Whenever I watch the scene I always turn up the volume and feel my emotions rising, my heart skips a beat. It really makes me think…

9.23 ‘Do you believe in Miracles.’

Can’t find my way home by “Blind Faith”

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Come down off your throne and leave your body alone.
Somebody must change.
You are the reason I’ve been waiting so long.
Somebody holds the key.

But I’m near the end and I just ain’t got the time
And I’m wasted and I can’t find my way home.

Come down on your own and leave your body alone.
Somebody must change.
You are the reason I’ve been waiting all these years.
Somebody holds the key.

This piece of music once again finds its way in to my top five, as it was so haunting and the lyrics were so apt. It moves me to my outer limits and touches my soul. Sam alone once again in the bunker contemplating what to do about his brother, and drinking himself silly with a glass of whiskey. Dean can’t find his way home, who is he now, a person we no longer no. What has he become?

5×21 Two Minutes to Midnight

O’Death Jennifer Titus

Once again I feel like I am being transported back in time to Chicago and Death meeting Dean in the Diner sharing a Pizza. What could be more explosive than watching Dean’s face wondering if Death was going to smite him on the spot. This pair have great chemistry, and Death is possibly one of my favourite guest stars out of the whole ten years, so I had to include his monologue. Julian Richings just oozed death and played him with such gravitas. He still stands the test of time today. Death lives up to his name; he is an awesome, epic character. The opening scene with Gen singing still haunts me, and when threads come up on the board about favourite music moments, this one often hits the note for me. It’s always in my top ten. Death wasn’t a horseman to be reckoned with!!

O Death

O Death

Won’t you spare me over another year?

Well what is this that I can’t see?

With ice cold hands takin’ hold of me

When God is gone and the Devil takes hold

who will have mercy on your soul

No wealth, no ruin, no silver, no gold

Nothing satisfies me but your soul

O Death

Well I am Death, none can excel

I’ll open the door to heaven or hell

O Death

O Death

My name is Death and the end is here.

9×10 Road Trip

Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band – The Famous Final Scene

plays over Dean’s opening montage

Think in terms of bridges burned
Think of seasons that must end
See the rivers rise and fall
They will rise and fall again
Everything must have an end
Like an ocean to a shore
Like a river to a stream
Like a river to a stream
It’s the famous final scene

Kevin’s death played a huge part in season 9 and I felt I had to mention this one final piece  as Jensen was outstanding, and it just showed off his craftsmanship down to the last tiny dot. Jensen’s expressions said it all he just went with it and it played out to the audience beautifully. The music again was a perfect match, it blew me away…

Could Lucifer make a comeback?


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A post on IMDb this week raised the question, and its been plaguing me wondering if he could emerge, thinking that the Mark of Cain is his property … Lucifer Gave Cain the mark as we know. The mark in some way or other has to be removed from Dean. I can’t see the writers allowing him to keep it for ever. So how will this mark be removed? I think one of two ways, that Cain might reverse the mark and take it back if Sam manages to track him down. The actor is making an appearance so this news is definite. However, I have not heard any news that Mark Pelligrino is returning. He may be on another project since The Tomorrow People was cancelled. Either way, if Lucifer does make a comeback, he could get wind of the exchange between Cain and Dean but would he have noticed this the first time around. Would Sam dare to make contact with Lucifer, could he? Does he have the wind power at his disposal?

Cain did say to Dean that when he called in ‘First Born’ and he would, that he wanted Dean to end his days so he could be with his beloved Colette. But then if Dean does end Cain, this still leaves Dean with the Mark? So would Dean be wise to return to Cain? If Lucifer were to return, I could see him intervening putting pressure on Sam, convincing Dean to keep the mark. But doubt the writers would release Lucifer from the cage just for this. It would have to be a big story line to force Lucifer out of the pit. Would this be worth bringing Lucifer back is my real main point. Has Lucifer been done to death, and there is no real story here for him other than the mark was originally his, and his alone.

So me tell, guys what do you think? How do you think the mark will be disposed of. Is it just as easy as Cain reversing the mark just as easily as he gave it. After all that Dean went through to prove he was worthy? Would Cain so easily want the mark back that had caused him so much pain and misery during his life anyway? And what would Lucifer have to say if he got wind that Cain didn’t want his beloved mark back? Could Lucifer cause trouble for Dean knowing he has the mark? Would this be a feasible way to release the devil himself ….


Did Chuck show up for a reason?


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The final scene ….

“The ticket you left with the publisher, someone claimed it”

I know the second half was a little bit wonky and had a some issues, but  blah blah …. what did you think?’

“Not Bad” Chuck replies, nods his head approvingly and smiles.

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Yes it was a cameo appearance but I cannot get this thought out of my head that if he is GOD, that has god shown up for a reason? Why is he back on Earth, to keep an eye on his flock and to see what the production made of his own story. He had appeared to approve of the production, and smiled which said it all! Some still don’t believe that Chuck is god, so had God bought Chuck back as the prophet since Kevin is no longer around just to see that events had gone smoothly, to his own interpretations? Or do you think this will still be left an untold mystery? A one time thing, just for the concert?

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One poster the other day said this “But this is what I got out of it, when Dean accepted the amulet, God showed up… ” Which some thought was smart and got me thinking that if Dean had accepted the amulet was this why God was back? Had God got further work for the boys to do? Their journey was NOT over by a long shot. Was he making sure that the brothers were finally getting back to being just brothers and appeared happy that HIS story had gone to plan. That Dean was in denial about the brothers relationship, and that he isn’t any longer that Dean approves of what they do and what they really mean to one another….

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God/Chuck/Prophet, so is there a more underlining reason why he briefly showed up. Why he had to pop in and make his presence felt in that school production a story about The brothers, Winchester? Why was he back on Earth? After all God works in mysterious ways? Is there a deeper meaning to Chuck showing up than just pondering over his own glorified words.

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So what do you think? Was there something in it, that because Dean accepted the amulet and what it truly meant, that God was happy with this and is happy that the brothers are getting along again and God is at peace with himself knowing the brothers are on the mend. Or do you think its even deeper than this. That you think God doesn’t give two figs if the brothers are getting along or not. Or That there is another problem brewing, that we don’t know about yet.

Your own feelings about this show?


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Today is a very special day for us fans and the show. So I felt I had to put some ink on the paper and celebrate and designed a new blog banner especially for the occasion.  So how do you as a fan really feel about this triumphant milestone? So much has happened within 200 episodes and so many stories have touched our hearts and melted us so many times. I think the writers were amazing in thanking us all in contributing to put their own story and nod us in its milestone. As after all, if it wasn’t for us watching, there would be no show to celebrate.

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I am dedicated to this show not because of the most obvious reason that it is in fact a horror show. The horror for me has never really come into its equation, but adds drama to the existing story line. I became hooked because of a human using supernatural powers. Seeing Sam use something so unnatural to humans stirred my imagination and engaged me on his journey. I was in ore of his struggles and how he came to try and over come them on a manly level. I think the second reason for me was the brothers relationship, this really got to my heart strings and melted me so many times I just had to stay with these boys to see what happened. 7 years on I am still with these boys and find them so captivating even more so 7 years on. Sam cannot live without Dean, and Dean cannot live without Sam. So what do they do when a death to either happens, try to bring them back by supernatural means, making a deal springs to mind. I applaud their determination to carry on, and shine a torch for each other. How through the hard times they manage to attempt to try and live without one another and have been apart more than once in 9 years. But are drawn back into the life because they cannot support themselves on their own without the other. It is heart wrenching to watch. I also think my third feeling for this show comes back to family and what FAMILY really means to them both.  Being the last men standing, and possibly being the only man standing scares them ridged to the core forcing them to do strange, unhuman things so they are not completely alone in the world. They lost their parents to the supernatural which had some considerable affect on them both for many years, and still feel their loss. Not just loosing them, but in the horrific way they died at the hands of demons.

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I think Eric Kripke’s vision was an amazing adventure, the twists and turns he implemented into the heart of these boys journeys were and still are ore inspiring to many. Some say the story is not as good as it was under his reign which is a testament to him. And others say its improved under new show-runners. Either way the boys still travel on those back roads fighting demons and other things that go bump in the night. We wonder what might happen to them next and what dangers they both have to face and over come in their supernatural world.

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Some amazing support guest stars have also been created along the way, who I feel have to have a mention, as without their talents the show would be a little duller. Honorary mentions have to go to Misha Collins, Mark A Sheppard, Mark Pellegrino, Jeffery Dean Morgan, Samantha Smith, Samantha Ferris, Tracey Dinwiddie, Kurt Fuller, Jake Abel, Robert Englund, Julian Richings, Charles Malik Whitfield, Linda Blair, Christopher Heyerdahl, Rob Benedict, Richard Speight Jr … to name but a few amazing actors to tread these boards spanning 200 episodes. Names which will linger with us for many years after the show ends. They all bought something rather special to the table and have grown to love and hate so many of them respectively. Some characters only appeared in the odd episode as a cameo but others left a more lasting impression on us that still haunts us to this day and wish they’d make a return to the show!


So I have read huge negativity for this episode considering its event and I have to say I feel them. I am not so optimistic that it will be a good one. I just don’t feel that musicals really sit well on this show. Perhaps that is the story the meta episode that will make it as special as episodes like The French Mistake and Changing Channel’s. I knew of the musical episode being introduced but never dreampt that it would be included on the 200th. If it were a rock musical I could see it fitting into the shows genre. As rock music is a big part of this show. I as a whole love musicals so my own opinion is so torn with this idea. I didn’t like the idea of seeing fake Sam and Deans, and a cut-out Impala. Okay yes, this is a high school musical school production where a case comes up in the middle of the story. But I am still not excited over the thought of sitting through 42 minutes of dread. No Castiel, No Crowley!! just young silly, school girls with a crush on the show. Not what I was expecting. I am hugely disappointed, but perhaps I maybe rewarded and give it higher praise this week, but don’t hold my breath. I did however, want to see more Demon Dean ….. Which was cut short in its prime.

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So what are your feelings for this show. Why did you tune in, and what made you stay the long haul? How do you feel about this important milestone, that is rarely scene on TV these days. Also what do you think of our cast, and what they all bring, not just the leads. Celebrate with me and walk back down memory lane as the 200th episode airs tonight. Such a HUGE achievement beckons our horizons so how will you celebrate? Are you having a Supernatural party? for example. And what do you love about this show that still holds true with you today. Finally what are your true feelings about the story line for this episode, are their to many moaners among our fans? Or can’t you wait for it to air? Will you have a FANGIRL meltdown? You know the ritual, drop me a line and share your memories with us all …. Can’t wait to here from you!

Is Sam telling us the whole truth?


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And WHY is Dean still annoyed with Sam, when Sam did his best to save Dean? Why did Dean need to bring it up?

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Was entrapping an innocent to lure out a demon, and killing a human host the worst thing Sam did when he was alone for six months, without Dean. What is Sam keeping back from Dean that he’s not fully revealing? “There ain’t much difference from what I turned into to what you already are,” says Dean to Sam. Which is a pretty high statement from someone who is already a monster himself? So in a roundabout way, what has Dean got to really bleat about? They are both as bad as each other, or what else is Dean trying to make us all think? I felt particularly in the car we were walking on egg shells and not really getting to the truth of the matter. Sam was being evasive, or was it ‘just me’?

“You might actually be worse than me.” Dean Snarks ….

Is Dean accurate in his assumption that Sam might actually be worse than him, and he knows there’s more than Sam is ready to tell yet? Has Dean been spying on Sam knowing damned fine well what he got up to? His spies inform him that Sam’s unsavory deeds so are we going to find out what Sam did actually do during those six months apart?

Dean: So what’s this about me not being ready back there?
Sam: I’m — I wasn’t… trying to start something, Dean.
Dean: I was just saying, I thought that was the whole point of us taking a break. You know?
Oh, no. No, yeah. I get that.
Sam: And, you know, there’s no worries there.
Dean: Okay
Sam: But I gotta ask. What about you?
Dean: What about me, what?
Sam: Are you ready?
Dean: Why wouldn’t I be ready?
Dean: Lester.
Sam: Lester?

Flash back to Sam in the bar meeting Lester:

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Lester: My wife kicked me to the curb.
We haven’t had s*x for four months, but not that she hasn’t been having plenty.
It is possible that you can have your revenge.
CRD: Who summons me, and for what purpose?
Sam: Lester! Don’t!
Lester: Kill my wife, and my soul is yours.
Lester: Who are you?
Lester & CRD seal the deal with a kiss: Uhh! Ow!
Lester: You’re a punk-ass demon!
CRD: And you work for me now.
Again the pair continues to kiss [ Squish ] Uhh!
Sam: You’re serious? This is about Lester
Lester: Um, don’t get me wrong. I’m not –
Sam: I’m not — I’m not trying to start anything either, okay?
I’m just saying, maybe… maybe we oughta talk about that.
Okay, expect there’s nothing to talk about.
Dean: Okay.
Sam: Okay.
Dean: I just figured, since we’re opening up veins that maybe you’d want to talk about the guy who you made sell his soul.
Sam: The guy who you then killed, right? I mean, that’s the same guy we’re talking about?
Dean: I was a demon.
Sam: Oh, you were a demon? Oh, I didn’t realize that.
[ Chuckles ]
Dean: Hey, man, Lester was gonna pay for that soul shake sooner or later. So technically, it’s still on you.’

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Sam: What do you want from me, Dean?
Dean: Look, I w– I’m not happy about it, okay?
Sam: But I needed to find you. So if I had to… bend a few rules…
Dean: Go dark. Go dark.
Sam: Sure. Label it if you want.
Dean: Look, man, again, I’m not complaining, okay? In fact, I’m doing just the opposite of complaining. I… I just… You know, between Lester and the others…
Sam: There weren’t others.
Dean: Okay, either way, maybe we both needed that time off. This is good. This is good.
Sam: Yeah. [ Whispers ] Okay.

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Dean seemed really judgmental regarding Sam’s actions. I felt Dean was quizzing Sam like the demon in him was still wanting answers and nagging him. Yes Dean has nagged Sam in the past, but this seemed niggly like he was picking on a moment just to rattle Sam. So are we to assume that Dean thinks there were others, other humans that Sam may have conned into making a deal? Is this what Dean is suspicious of? Doesn’t Dean trust Sam again here? Sam forcefully insures Dean that there were no ‘OTHERS.’ So why the pussy footing around when Sam had it under control so he thinks? Sam after all this time did save Dean’s hide, but I felt like he was thanking him one minute. Then laying his law down thick on him the next. Sam was caring and wanted to find out how Dean was. But was he prepared for the backlash that came from Dean.

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Maybe I am reading too much into this, but it just seems a shame when Sam goes to all this trouble and effort for him to have his big brother hi-jack his efforts. How did you see Dean’s remarks about wanting to know if there were in fact ‘others’ that Sam might not have been telling Dean the whole truth? Do you think he is keeping anything back that hasn’t been fully explained, or ironed out? Do you think that they are setting up Dean to kill Sam. Something doesn’t feel right with this whole Mark of Cain still lurking in the dark. Could this dark magic still be drifting towards something a confrontation between the brothers that is sparked by the mark. Dean still needs the urge to kill, and Sam is closest to him at the moment. Is Dean’s anger beginning to bubble under the surface?

Could Dean be faking it to get to the blade?


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On IMDb discussions are taking place that is Dean faking being cured, to find the blade? I noticed and hoped others did that his eyes un-glossed when Sam injected the last needle into Dean. So I took it from this that Dean wasn’t faking it. Some are suggesting that Cas could see Dean’s true form and he would know?

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His only reason to fake being cured, and hunt with Sam, could be to eventually find out where The first blade was hidden. My guess if he was faking.

This thought really made me think, if he was tricking Sam and make him believe that he was cured, Dean could pull it off, could he? The Mark is still apparent and is to reappear later on, so this could be a strong indication that the demon may still be lurking deep in Dean some where. Is Dean still human, technically as to me when Metatron stabbed him, Dean was dead!! So how much humanity is still in there? What appears to be there is that the demon is supposedly cured, and that Dean is still not okay? As the Mark of Cain still remains and that if Dean finds the blade it just reignites the demon that might be laying dormant?

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So how do you feel about Deanmon, do you think he’s home and all is hunky dory? But I wonder if our writers could twist this into something rather magical. Many columnists and recaps have all said the same thing that Dean’s story was cut short, which again makes me think that its not over until the fat lady sings? I always remember Azazel telling Dean when he came back from the dead, was Sam 100% Sam, and I can’t help but feel the same here?

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So I hope you all enjoy the episode tonight, and leave messages for me in the morning. I think with the girl from ‘Bitten’ coming back, it won’t be all that exciting but I might be proved wrong. Not long to go now. Paper Moon is a song title, so I wonder what the connection will be this time mmmmmh.

So has this been Sam’s worst act so far?


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I have been dreading finding out what Sam did during those first six months without his brother. Knowing how Sam has been in the past about Dean being missing from his life and the lengths that he would go to, to save Dean. Sam is very regimental in his approach to this touchy subject, and we knew it might involve and innocent life, which in this respect it clearly has. Sam is anxious about finding Dean and bringing him back home whether he dies trying or not. But have those actions harmed someone, has Sam used a person to get information from a demon to find Dean’s location?

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Was this really low for Sam to go is the question I’m asking. Has he gone to far this time in honing in on a man who was clearly troubled, and had problems of his own. Who wasn’t in his right frame of mind who had been coursed into something he may not have been compass mentice about? Has Sam condemned an innocent man to hell? Did he really need to do this, in order to trap a demon?

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In the end Dean killed an innocent man. So had this act snowballed involving both brothers. And did Leicester really need to be the pawn in all this? Was his sex life and pity something that Sam used in order to get to the meat of his problem? Had Sam completely lost his mind this time? Had he got in too deep and the act had got out of hand. Leicester had really done nothing wrong and I was surprised that he had used an innocent man, when Sam could have used a drug offender or any evil person.

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So taking Sam’s feelings into account, how would you have dealt with this if you were Sam? Was it an act of sheer desperation that Sam couldn’t do this any other way. Was this the best way to achieve making contact with a demon. The question on my lips is, will Sam regret this move later on? So do you feel Sam has condemn an innocent life to death at the hands of his brother. Do you think it was a good twist to the story, or do you think the writers got it wrong, and have twisted this to make Sam look bad again, when Dean has done some bad stuff too? Has Sam this time taken away Dean’s Agency and gone against his wishes? Was Sam causing unnecessary suffering when he didn’t really need to?

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Why was Sam such a prick?


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I can’t believe I didn’t think of this sooner, but something bugged me about this episode and that was when Crowley decides that he can’t handle Dean and gives him back to Moose. Then Moose the twat hands the blade back to Crowley. Why oh why did Sam not dispose of it himself, or even ask Cas to deposit it. Why the hell did he give it back to the damned devil who started all this mess off in the first place. I thought that Sam had so much more damned sense. Was this a wise thing to have done considering?

Usually I am so proud of Sam, but this really peed me off that he would trust Crowley after everything when he said himself in the bunker dungeon, you got him into this mess, you can damned well get him out.’ Sam wants to gank him for what he’s put Dean through then all of a sudden he appears on best terms with the man, who clearly can’t be trusted. The Mark of Cain still lingers on Dean, and that is going to surface again later down the line. Who’s to say that Crowley will dispose of the blade, or keep it close by so he can entrap Dean later on again. I don’t know what the writers were trying to prove with that scene considering how much we all know Sam hates Crowley. How can he even breath the same air as the man.

What did you think of this move from Sam? Do you think it was the right move? Would Cas have been a better more responsible move knowing of Crowley’s one upmanship to lure Dean into this trap in the first place?

Dean’s note to Sam?


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On IMDb this thought came up in a posters head canon that they don’t think that Dean wrote the note to Sam when Sam went into find him. They seem to think that Crowley could have written it. Dean’s writing was analysed looking back on a note from Dean in Point of No return Season 5. The third photo which I have found from Season 7 when Dean sends a letter back to the future in ‘Time after Time is also very similar the writing doesn’t flow as much its printed handwriting.

 When I actually look at the two pieces of handwriting I begin to wonder this myself, that the hand writing is more flowing where as the second photograph looks more capitalized. This begs the question if Crowley did write the note, what state was Dean in when he woke up. Had Crowley written this before Dean woke or zapped him some where and came back to write the note. If Dean is this far gone that worries me as there couldn’t be any feeling there for his brother what so ever. Or has Crowley softened and acting his more human self?

This saddens me because Crowley if he has written the note is being more sympathetic than Dean? I was hoping its from Dean as it would have much more meaning behind the note. So do you think the note is FAKE?

Are there any distinct differences between the brothers?


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Many of us watch the show because we love both brothers or one brother more than the other. So Over the years and this evening being a rather special night moving forward into season 10, how do you really see the brothers? A question I feel I have thought about for sometime now, and wonder myself what differences there are or even how alike they are as brothers. What appears to be missing from their lives as apposed to what they do have currently going on in their lives.

Jeremy Carver has recently stated in an interview that regular Dean, if he’s anything, is loyal to a fault. I think you’ll see a Demon Dean who is a much more questionable moral character than regular Dean, even though regular Dean has his moral failings. You’ll see definite distinctions. I think the interesting part which we sort of explore is how much real Dean is still in there in terms of how much control does real Dean have over Demon Dean. And that’s something we deal with head-on in certain circumstances and in some ways we leave it open to interpretation.

So taking into account that Demon Dean is so very different from regular Dean how will he fair going into season 10? Dean has as JC said you will see distinctions between the two characters as to see how far off the rails DD will go. How different will DD be to when Sam didn’t have his soul for example. Will the stories be similar in the fact that they are both not themselves, and not human any longer? Is this what makes the boys distinct that they are human, and having to deal with these unusual supernatural interference’s that as a viewer we have a hard time deciding how far this non human character goes before we think that’s bad, the writing has crossed the line. Do you fear for your character going so far dark that it might put you off them because of that particular story being told?

So after nine full on years, how do we really understand these boys? what is in their make-up that makes them stand out, and appeal to us that we can’t put the story down and say that was a horrible story, or that was a great story? As far as the writing goes I have found that Dean has the purer story behind him where as Sam has this dark cloud over him virtually from the jump, or at least end of season 3 where Sam started to change in personality. So when we look at what the boys have been dealt, do you sense any real differences that no one might have noticed that appealed to you or didn’t?

So here we are going into season 10 on this amazing mile stone and this Blog’s 2nd birthday on Thursday how do you feel the relationship will pan out and develop. Do you have any nagging doubts that the boys won’t be on even terms or that they will struggle to be both heard throughout their nightmare of a story line. I wonder where the second half of the season will take us, as Carver tends to split the season up with two separate arc’s once Deanmon is over following on from the MoC story where will the back end of S10 go, do any of you have any clearer ideas?

So remember the drill as usual guys, please give me all the juicy details of how the episode went and I will look forward in reading them tomorrow. I hope its a cracker of an episode premier’s usually are. Thank you all again for sticking with me and this blog for another year, your all amazing everyone of you! I’ve also been looking through some talented fan art and I think these drawings are amazing. Hope you like them.

Hope you all love the show Supernatural Season 10 Episode 1 ‘BLACK’


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