The Prophecy according to Cain?


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As in Executioners Song, Cain reminded Dean of the future and what was about to   foreshadow him. And what Cain envisaged would fall onto the eldest Winchester that eventually he would kill Crowley, Castiel and then finally his brother Sam. So if this prediction is to come true, and judging by canon it is more and more likely…. Crowley is the first on this list. So tart it up any way you want Crowley is gonna die. We can’t get away from this fact. This is like a gruesome tale of how many bodies will Dean drop before someone drops him.

As the season finale approaches I am, don’t know about you beginning to get a better understanding of where this season is heading up to our usual cliff-hanger come May. I think Dean will go utterly berserk and go on an ever ending killing spree. He won’t be able to control himself. I think according to spoilers Ruth Connell said on her Twitter feed in three words that ‘They go there’ So we assume that Hell is on the cards. We see Dean in purgatory in Book of the Damned when Benny returns. So I am confused at this point in time as to why Dean is alone without Sam back in Purgatory with his old PAL Benny. Also we have confirmation this week that Death is back on the scene. So has Sam’s attempts at Witchcraft FAILED??? Did Rowena plant Dean back in Purgatory? If this is the case it means he is finally out of her way and her sons.

So why do we think Dean engages in fisty cuffs with Crowley? What beef sets Dean off that sparks fly and the worst happens that the King of Hell is dead???? Does this leave the door open for Rowena to come back and save her son? Will she bring him back to life. We know that this is the shows tradition that people die and are resurrected. Crowley has NEVER died in five years of him being on this show. So how dramatically will they tart this up and follow it with a good enough send of, and conclusion….

Click to view full size imageWhen it comes to Cas’s death, this is a different kettle of fish altogether. Cas has died more than once and season 7’s death was very under whelming and lacked that decent send of Castiel so deserved. If Dean does the second worst deed possible considering how close the pair appear to be, what can we assume from this death, if Cas of course dies at Dean’s hands… I am worried for Dean through this chain of events. What the strain will have on him, the state he was he when Kevin lost his life still haunts me. Dean went to pieces and to a degree, still blames himself over Kevin’s exit.  Dean will not have any control over the killings, as we are aware it will take over him and he will loose all his ability to stop it from happening. Cain knew this was going to happen, and pre-warned Dean so Dean knows and what he’s about to face…. If he thought his battle with Cain was anything to go by, he ain’t seen nothing yet.

Click to view full size imageCatapulting this story down the line, like a set of standing domino’s falling one after another. I fear for Sam the most. If Sam looses Cas he has lost a connection and supernatural power around to help him if and when according to Metatron Dean goes nuclear!! This season reflects upon season 1/2 remembering what John Winchester whispered to Dean ‘If you can’t save him you will have to kill him.’ The reverse has and I think may happen. If Dean goes down into that final descent and battle all his wits and body strength, pitting himself against his brother to their deaths what will eventually stop this charade…. Jared has recently pointed out to us that this finale is on par with Swan Song and we all know how that ended. Will there be some huge sacrifice on Sam’s part. will he prevent Dean from killing him and take his own life. So Dean doesn’t go through with it. Or how I thought very early on, that Dean will not be able to kill Sam and turn the knife on himself. Imagine this as a cliff-hanger!!! We don’t know if Dean is with us or not.

Dean cannot die, as long as he has the Mark of Cain on him and the blade on him as in the season 9 finale Dean will come back as a demon again. Dean is fearing this situation having asked Cas to throw him to the sun if he turns into that thing he doesn’t want to become….

So how do you think Cain’s prophecy will turn out. Do you think the writers will go through with these multiply deaths and have three of our main characters dead leading into the summer. Who will LIVE and who will DIE by Dean’s hands. How will Dean prevent these deaths from happening if he is so overpowered by a supernatural force. What do we really know about the mark and what do we understand about its very make-up? How powerful is the mark, and to what lengths does this power go to and behold… In the bible God put the mark on Cain to show villagers not to kill Cain and that it was a lesson to all that God was not happy that Cain had killed his brother. So Lucifer’s mark in the bible didn’t exist. Metatron lied as to the source ending at the river… So how will Lucifer fit into this story. Is Lucifer going to show up, and put an end to Dean’s long battling curse. Has he the power to end it, will he again be so obliging to remove it. I could go on and as ever would love to know your thoughts as to where you think the finale is heading.

Has Sam set his sights on setting Lucifer free?


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There is talk on IMDb after Wednesday nights episode that Sam is still continuing to find away to help Dean. Some are really keen on the idea that Sam will break into Hell and the cage to have words with Lucifer. Of course if there is anything left of the man after all this time. I wasn’t sure at first if there was enough evidence of the writers going in this past direction. But now it feels more and more likely that it might happen. Sam hasn’t really gone dark yet as such to save Dean, so maybe this is it. What risks will Sam take to carry on finding away to get rid of The Mark of Cain? So if Sam contacting Bobby didn’t work what is Sam next real move, what is he planning to do?

Will it be so cut and dried for Sam just to be able to walk back into Hell. Last time he needed the help from the reaper who Crowley killed. So how will Sam find the evidence he needs to get back down into hell via purgatory of course, if canon remains the same from ‘Taxi Driver’. Sam had to be transported threw a false wall with help from the reaper. Not only this, he needs to gain access to the cage, and we all know from past experience that it took Death all that energy to get Sam’s soul back let alone for Sam to break in and even get near the cage itself. I can’t see Sam getting this far. But according to Metatron it ends at the source, Lucifer created the Mark, so it ends at his door. He must know how to free Dean from his Curse. If of course Lucifer wants any part of it. What will he want in return. Sam after all is his true vessel,  and I think Sam is putting himself in terrible danger again. Will he succeed? Will this be the cliff hanger for the summer to end all summer’s. Sam is Lucifer’s pet again?

So how do you think Sam will find a way into hell. Do you think he’s got the where with all to pull something as dark as this off to help Dean? Do you think Lucifer will want anything to do with Sam after past events and Sam ending up locking him away to put up with endless torture in hell? Most importantly if Lucifer does decide to help Dean and remove the curse what will Sam have to do in return? Lucifer won’t be so obliging as to do this big deed for Dean with no pay back for himself? So any guesses as to what his request will be?   I am not looking forward in finding out what Sam might have to do in return for Dean’s clemency?

The Men of Letters, a forgotten story?


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This set was introduced three years ago. When it was first introduce the fandom embraced it, and its become a real talking point since. The Men of Letters to me felt it stood for something, something important to the Winchester Dynasty that has almost become a trade mark of its former self. Henry Winchester has become the only descendant to make himself known as a Man of Letters, and lost his life for the cause.

We’re preceptors, beholders, chroniclers of all that man does not understand. We share our findings with a few trusted hunters – the very elite. They do the rest.

Henry Winchester, 8.12 As Time Goes By

Rowena in the last episode after torturing Olivette, finds to her amusement indicated that the ‘Men of Letters’ had bunkers “all over the world” and that they were too well protected by spells for the witches to enter. The Coven is aware that the American chapter had been decimated, but recently inhabited by the The Winchesters.

10.16 Paint It Black

Olivette reveals that the Men of Letters used their political power to whip the church and people of Europe into a frenzy over the Grand Coven, leading to many of the Grand Coven’s best being burned at the stake or forced into hiding. The Coven’s most powerful spells and potions were plundered by the Men of Letters and hidden in their bunkers across the world.

So what is Rowena wanting to find from the Men of Letters. How to conjure up more spells. For what real purpose? Is she going to use Dean for some grand master plan or both Winchesters?

Are we also to believe that none of those Men of Letters never had children. What of them? What role have they to play in The Men of Letters? It is such a shame that the writers might not even go here, and another potential story line wasted that could be so interesting. What happened again to all those other branches, they couldn’t have just disappeared without trace? Men worked in there, maybe descendants of Sam and Dean, who might be able also to remove the Mark of Cain?

Nicknames in 10.15 / Travis Aaron Wade explanation (long)


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By Supernatural Seriously Awesome

I wanted to address the nickname controversy. (…)

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I write this with the utmost respect towards the writers, creators and fans of Supernatural

As a Marine, there are so many things we are trained to do in times of war & combat. It is also very common for military men to give friends and enemies nicknames. Everything I brought to creating the character of Cole from page to screen was taken from my own military experience. It is a strong character choice to identify the people whom you are talking to with nicknames. There are so many reasons as to why one would do this but in the case of Cole and Supernatural, the reason behind “Sammy Boy & Deano” very simply put; is because it’s what the character would do. Cole has been tracking Dean half of his life. This is a man he witnessed killing his father when he was just a boy. Until it was revealed that his father was a monster, Cole had only one agenda and that was to revenge his father’s death. Upon capturing Sam, Cole would call Sam, “Sammy Boy” for two very specific psychological reasons.

The first reason is to make Sam feel comfortable, as if they were pals, and by giving Sam a nickname it would create a certain relationship between the two. Cole is not an evil character. He did not want to kill or harm Sam. Trust me when I say that there were so many other options to hurt and torture Sam. Especially when Cole brought out the hammer and could have crippled Sam for the rest of his life. Cole opted to create a fake phone call so that if Sam had not given up the location of his brother without serious injury, then Cole was going to use another method by dropping the keys and following Sam. Believe me when I say that if Cole wanted to truly hurt Sam he would have and he also would have tortured him to the point where Sam or any human being for that matter would have broken down and given the information. Well, everyone except Jack Bauer. Cole chose the most humane way to get to Dean through Sam and that is just fantastic writing by the creators of the show.

The second reason, this applies to his first meeting with Dean, nicknames can be used to degrade. (hence the several names that Dean calls Cole aka “Kungfu Grip or Sparky” etc…)

So when Cole first meets Dean, two things happen. One, he wants to degrade the man who killed his father before he kills him. Death is a release and there is peace in it. Words sting more and are more painful than death because you have to live with them so he wants to hurt Dean in any way he can prior to killing him. (or thinking he was going to kill him lol)

Also, Dean has been his primary focus for 1/2 of his life. So he feels like he knows him. Hence the way he does his hair and even speaks like him. You must study, learn and become your prey before you can kill it. So Cole feels close to Dean hence close enough to give him a nickname.

And we all know that once nicknames are given, then they stay with you the rest of your life, so even if Cole and Sam were to become best friends, he would still use those names. No longer to degrade or harm but now out of love and respect.

One of my closest friends in my life is Alex Martin. The grandson of the legendary Dean Martin. Recently, he and his wife Megan honored me with the title of Godfather to their unborn son who is due in 6 weeks. When I shot Alcatraz I honored my buddy and his family name by giving the nickname “paley” to my co-star Graham Shiels. Dean Martin use to call all his friends “paley” on a regular basis. So this time around it seemed fitting to honor the announcement of being named Godfather to Dean Martin’s great grandchild and heir to the Martin family name, by respectfully giving the nickname “Deano” to the great character that Jensen Ackles has created in Dean Winchester. I couldn’t imagine a bigger honor.

So when I see the fans having a problem with the nicknames I felt it was necessary to better explain.

As you all may have read recently the tweets between Jared and I about Stockholm Syndrome. It is a very real thing and because Sam, Dean & Cole have all now bled together and if history tells us anything, once men go to war they either come back dead, bitter enemies or friends. Hell the first time I met my best friend of 30 years when we were 10 the first thing we did was slug it out.

So all in all, I have heard and seen so many comments about giving the boys nicknames, but when you have been an actor for 15 years and you are asked to come on a show as big as Supernatural, you need to make strong character choices. This is not Travis Aaron Wade calling Sam and Dean Winchester nicknames. I have so much respect for this show, its creators, writers and the two men that been the face of this show for 10 years! Hell I am in disbelief that I am even writing this now and saying that I am forever a part of this show and the Winchesters story line. It’s why I don’t watch shows I audition for because I as well become a fan and a fan would never call Dean & Sam Winchester “Sammy Boy & Deano” BUT Cole Trenton would and Cole Trenton is a HUGE fan of Dean Martin and that era. None of this was done without the permission of the writers of the show and It’s now part of history so you don’t have to like it but you are going to have to live with it because it was exactly what the character would do and I am very fortunate to be working with incredible writers that are so intelligent and specific they allowed me to use it.

To close out, I want each and every fan to know that it is an honor to be a part of Supernatural. This has been an experience. If you look at the 4 episodes that I have shot, I hope you can all see the amount of hard work and care that I put into Cole Trenton. I wanted to give you all a character that you could love, hate or be confused about? lol The writers have done an incredible job with this characters arc so far and knowing them a bit, it’s just a tip of the iceberg. I have no idea what is next but I can tell you this much, I have come to love the character of Cole Trenton, The boys, the cast and crew and the entire production of Supernatural. Thank you for welcoming me to this  very special family. You have my word that I will always put this show and the fans first before my own needs. It’s what military men do and if Cole Trenton is called upon again I will honor the writers, creators and the fans of this show with nothing short of my very best.

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My own words on IMDb:

I love him more and more and more. I love the way he writes. And how compassionate he is about his character, the writers and the boys. I as a fan was niggled a bit at first. But what stuck in the back of my mind was that Sam didn’t even flinch at the nickname when spoken. Remember the Gordon Walker moment. ‘No one gets to call me that but Dean,’. Not even a remote annoying Sam facial expression moment. It was the word Boy at the end that was a bit low like he was demeaning Sam in some way. It felt wired because we hardly know Cole, if it had been a few more moments in I might have grown to accept it a bit more. I understood a while back it was through the military where a nickname is born which was still interesting and thought provoking to read. I think he is very genuine when it comes to the fandom, cast and crew. I hope we see you again and again Cole Trenton….

At first when we encountered Cole we didn’t know if he was the good guy or a bad one. He had an axe to grind with Dean and had got into the head of Dean for the last 15 years trying to track the man down. So had Cole more or less known at least Dean well enough to give him a nickname is more to my point. As I said on IMDb Sam didn’t even flinch when hearing the nickname. At least raising an eyebrow might have been appropriate. Its taken many years for characters to refer to the boys with nicknames. Crowley for example has had plenty of adorable nicknames for our boys. Including ‘Hello Boys’ does he not. So why this time have some fans been irked by these cute and cuddly nicknames. Was Cole trying to belittle and deliberately aggravate the boys, and provoke an attack. Or had the boys known by this time that Cole was a close comrade and were okay with the pun! Even though it is reserved only at times for family members and close nit friends. I do love Cole, and how he has integrated into the show. And what he’s bought. But even I felt a little on edge shall we say. Was it too close for comfort?

EDIT: I found out only this week that Travis Aaron Wade auditioned for the role of Dean? Coincidence? But I only thought Jared and Jensen went for the audition? I still think that Cole looks very much like Dean and Cole has Dean’s mannerisms down to a tee. I wonder what the show would have been like if Jensen was Sam and Cole was Dean? Answers on a post-card please ….

If it came to it, could Sam or Cas end Dean?


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In Season 10 episode 3 ‘Soul Survivor ‘ 

CASTIEL: Sam, he’s not your brother. At least, not now. You have to be prepared for—

SAM: Killing my brother.

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Dean asks Sam if he is prepared to do what needs to be done, if the cure doesn’t work.

DEAN: Who cares what you meant?! That line that we thought was so clear between us and the things that we hunted, ain’t so clear is it? Wow. You might actually be worse than me! I mean, you took a guy at his lowest, used him, and it cost him his life and his soul. Nice work.

[Sam plunges the next needle into Dean’s neck, and he screams in pain. Sam tosses the syringe onto the table, leaning over it, pain and regret on his face.]

DEAN: Let me ask you this, Sammy: If this doesn’t work, we both know what you got to do to me, right? You got the stomach for that, Sam?!

At the end of the cat and mouse chase in the bunker when Dean goads Sam to kill him, Sam backs off, only to have Cas catch Dean from behind. Would Sam have gone through with it if Cas hadn’t have gone back to the bunker to help a friend?

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Season 10 episode 9 ‘The Things we carried ‘ 

DEAN: Cas, I need you to promise me something.

CASTIEL: Of course.

DEAN: If I do go dark side, you got to take me out.

CASTIEL: What do you mean?

DEAN: Knife me. Smite me. Throw me into the freakin’ sun, whatever. And don’t let Sam get in the way, because he’ll try. I can’t go down that road again, man. I can’t be that thing again.

So quite a way back Dean new that he would have to be put down at some point. He knew he was a monster at this point, and the demoness in Dean knew what Dean did for a living. Dean’s exact words to Cas were that – And don’t let Sam get in the way, because he’ll try. So does Dean think Sam might or might not be able to take him out, if the crunch came? My thought then comes into this equation if Sam or Cas couldn’t do it the terrible god awful thing could Dean himself actually go through with it, and take his own life? This is where I’ve been thinking this season might go. This has been at the back of my mind bubbling away for an what seems like an age already. But if Dean is mortal that could never happen in their real world? He would just be bought back to life? So what’s the point in even taking the story there? It just tickled me that it was bought up more than once on the show, and that it might even still happen….

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A human has to put a pet down if the vet thinks the animal cannot survive. This is being brutal here, but facing facts we know Sam couldn’t cope with that awful task, could even Cas? Cas is getting pretty close to Dean these days, and we sense in some cases just as close as Sam is. Could Cas actually pull that trigger, or stab that Knife in and go for it? Cas already sees Dean as a monster, and in his eyes he has to end that monsters existence. But knowing its someone he knows well, could he stomach that awful act just as much as Sam has to bare? Is suicide the only option that is open to Dean right now? Or is there another different direction this could totally go?

Why don’t you do us all a favor and pick a bloody side!


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CROWLEY: Dean! How did it go?

DEAN: Fine. Fine. Uh… He’s dead, and you’re right –I-I feel amazing.


DEAN: Uh, Lester.

CROWLEY: The client? You killed the client?

DEAN: Does it matter? He was a douche. Now he’s a dead douche.

CROWLEY: Of course it matters! The deal was one dead wife for one soul. The wife’s not dead, I don’t get the soul. It’s math.

DEAN: [turning to leave] ‘Well…There you go.’

CROWLEY: Hey! don’t turn your back on me!

[DEAN turns around with cold eyes and with one shove sends CROWLEY sprawling on the floor. DEAN chuckles coldly.]

CROWLEY: Is something funny?

STUNT DEMON #2: No, sir.

CROWLEY: [getting up] Good. What do you think you’re doing?

DEAN: Oh, whatever I want.

CROWLEY: Really? Because I think you don’t know what you want. Tell me, Dean — what are you? A demon? If so, why isn’t Lester’s wife dead? Did you feel sorry for her? So maybe you’re human. Except you have those pretty black peepers and you’re working alongside me. Why don’t you do us all a great big favor and PICK A BLOODY SIDE?!

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‘Why don’t you do us all a favor and pick a bloody side!’

DEAN: Or what? Hmm? Go ahead. Make a move. See how it ends. I ain’t your friggin’ bestie, and I ain’t taking orders from you. When I need to kill, I’ll call. Until then, stay out of my way.

CROWLEY: Fine. It’s over. What can I say? Crazy ones — well, they’re good for a fling, but they’re not relationship material.

DEAN: Are you done?

CROWLEY: We’re done. You know what, Dean? It’s not me. It’s you.

[CROWLEY and his stunt demons leave the bar]


Okay, so what do you all make of this clip and dialogue? What is really going on here between Dean and Crowley. They want to work with one another one minute, then parting company the next. Crowley admitting that Dean is good for a fling, but not proper relationship material? So is Crowley cutting his losses before his deal with Dean has hatched? Was this pairing doomed to fail before it had really begun? Had Crowley invested too much time in Dean, and got much more than he bargained for? Pushing Crowley to the floor wasn’t a smart move. Or was IT? Had Dean seen the end coming of this partnership before Crowley ever did? Was Demon Dean wising up to the old fool?

Crowley was pissed because he didn’t get his soul after Dean took out the wrong man, or was it a deliberate act? Had Dean decided before hand that Lester wasn’t worth the time of day and he’d been cheating just like his wife? Was Dean right in taking out Lester? Had this pissed off Crowley that he could no longer work with Dean, that he was out of control, and that he couldn’t tame the beast within? If Dean hadn’t of killed Lester and did the job as he was supposed to and kill his wife, where would that have left Dean? Would he have walked away from Crowley and called it a day. We know DemonDean or even human Dean hated being dictated to and wasn’t taking any crap from Crowley. So why did Dean go with Crowley in the first place? Why didn’t DemonDean go off into the sunset on his own. If he was only to part waves with Crowley in the long term? What was DemonDean’s job in all this. Was he pairing up with Crowley just so Crowley could feed Dean bodies to feed the mark, or was there much more to this?

So much to think about in this clip, and again once more, what could have been …..

Thoughts on the rest of the season?


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10×15 : The Things They Carried
10×16 : Paint It Black
10×17 : Inside Man
10×18 : Book Of The Damned
10×19 : The Werther Project
10×20 : Angel Heart
10×21 : Dark Dynasty
10×22 : The Prisoner
10×23 : My Brother’s Keeper

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Okay the rest of the episode titles have been posted on IMDb giving us a clue as to where we might be heading. I myself have the odd idea. I think Demon Dean will re-surface in ‘Paint it Black’. In ‘Angel Heart’ I think that Dean might kill Cas to get to the blade which has been talked about. I can’t think of much yet between ‘Paint it Black’ and ‘Dark Dynasty’.  I think in ‘The Prisoner’ Crowley will take Dean captive as we have all the stuff going on with Rowena and the Witches Covern. I’m wondering if Crowley will use Dean to kill off the witches and help his mother out? ‘My brothers Keeper’ is as Cain predicted. That its Dean’s destiny to kill Sam – If the MOC takes over Dean completely, then he more than likely kill Sam. It could be the cliffhanger, where MOC/Dean attempts to stab Sam with the blade, and the screen goes black before he finishes him. And we spend the whole hiatus summer wondering whether he killed Sam, or himself. I am still on the edge of my seat wondering if Abel will show up? I also wonder where the Mark of Cain will take all of are major characters by the finale’s end.

Who will make it out ALIVE!

And who’s turn is it to die this summer? 

I like the idea that some have said that it would be an interesting turn around twist, if Crowley ends up dying (my idea) and is bought back from the dead by Rowena?

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So do any of you guys have any further thoughts ….. You know the drill!

Supernatural Season 10.01 ‘Black’


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This clip got me thinking and trying to read between the lines and what Crowley was stipulating to Moose.

[A phone rings next to CROWLEY as he watches DEAN playing darts in the bar. He looks at the ID and then picks it up]

CROWLEY: You’re dead.

SAM: Nope. Just using a dead man’s phone.

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CROWLEY: Moose. Took you long enough. Your brother and I were beginning to wonder if you’d hit another dog. You know?

SAM: My brother is dead, Crowley. I know you have some freaking demon parading around in his meatsuit, and trust me, you are gonna pay for that.

CROWLEY: Moose. Moose. I’m afraid you haven’t allowed yourself to dream quite big enough here. Your brother is very much alive, courtesy of the mark. And the only demonized soul inside of Dean is his and his alone. Wee bit more twisted, a little more mangled beyond human recognition, but, I can assure you, all his. There, now. Feel better?

SAM: And the, uh, Abaddon supporters you’ve been sending to kill my brother, how does Dean feel about that double-cross?

CROWLEY: If that’s what you think is happening, then you’re more out of your depths than I thought.

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SAM: I don’t know how you did this, what kind of… Black-magic stunt you pulled, but hear me –I will save my brother or die trying.

CROWLEY: You know what tickles me about all this? It’s what’s really eating you up. You don’t care that he’s a demon. Heck, you’ve been a demon. We’ve all been demons. No, it’s that he’s with me and he’s having the time of his life. You can’t stand the fact that he’s mine.

SAM: He’s not your pet.

CROWLEY: My pet? He’s my best friend, my partner in crime. They’ll write songs about us, graphic novels. “The Misadventures of Crowley and Squirrel.” Dean Winchester completes me, and that’s what makes you lose your chickens.

SAM: I am going to find you, I am going to save my brother, and then I’m going to kill you dead.

CROWLEY: Well, that’s the operative phrase, isn’t it? “Find you.” good luck with that.

[CROWLEY hangs up the phone and SAM looks at his. SAM then lays the phone next to his own on the hood of the car. SAM’s phone has traced the call and it reveals they are at The Black Spur in North Dakota]

It wasn’t until Sam said ‘He’s not your pet’. I thought of Cain and his words rang in my head. It was what Cain feared all along would happen to his own brother. This was why Cain killed Abel so he wasn’t a pet to Lucifer. That this is perfect symmetry.

  1. How did Sam know Crowley was double crossing Dean and feeding him demons to feed the mark?
  2. If Crowley wants Dean as his best friend, is this the best he can do?
  3. Why Dean, why was Dean SO important to Crowley that he wanted Dean on his side so badly? To fit what purpose exactly?
  4. If the writers were plotting this against the real Cain and Abel story so far back, where is this going to lead?
  5. Why did Cain say its Dean’s destiny to kill his brother?
  6. For what reason does Dean end up killing Sam? If of course this is where the series is going?

The picture and discussion for today’s entry is from ….


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I am now beginning to get bad writers block and at times I find that I can’t fight it. So because you guys are so loyal to me I thought of an idea to keep us going. I have a feeling where most of the show is going so I am drying up. I hope this will alleviate the wait between articles. Articles take a lot of thinking and I am not as fresh with ideas as I used to be. So I hope this works out better. I will try and post a picture or a you-tube window for you all to exam and ask you questions and you can chat among yourselves also. You seem to thrive on analyse so here goes.

Supernatural Season 10 Episode 2 Reichenbach

Sam Meets Deanmon

1. Why did DemonDean NOT last more than three episodes?

2. Has Jensen the knack for playing EVIL, is there nothing this MAN cannot do?

3. Is Whisky Dean’s BEST friend?

4. Had Sam dried up and was at a loss as to how to bring the REAL Dean home?

5. Dean was determined NOT to rip Sam’s throat out, but what really stopped him. Was it more than just Sam being his brother?

6. Did Dean sense this was a trap. Did he know that Sam was on his way. Had he pre-empted it? If so what sort of fight would Dean have put up if Dean didn’t really want to go home. We know demons like to aggravate the situation which Dean was clearly doing. Using alcohol to intensify the situation. Could Sam have coped so easily with a broken arm and a wayward brother?

7. When Dean cut himself with the blade, his skin regenerated which showed us that Dean can’t die as long as he has the mark and the blade. So could he take on Lucifer if he re-surfaced?

1. Cole had a better idea that if he let his bro go, that Sam would lead him straight to Dean. So has this scenario been played to death before? Are the writers being a tad lazy here in not thinking up something more original? Was it dumb to lead Sam to the spot of the fight, as when Sam awakes he would intervene and STOP the fight? Its so obvious.

2. June 21st 2003 was the day that Cole lost his father Edward Trent, who Cole suspects that Dean is his fathers killer. In 12 years was Dean supposed to remember, or even more so since his become a demon? Demons don’t have souls, so how can Dean remember what he thought? What it felt like for Cole to loose his father?

3. Cole thinks Dean is good, well good. But does he know at this point what he’s up against? That he’s destined to FAIL big time. Once Dean’s skin heals in front of him he’s horrified to learn what Dean really is? But at the time Dean in his eyes murdered his father Dean back then wasn’t a demon. So is Cole not seeing this? We know that at this point Cole doesn’t know what Dean does for a living, so does this make any real difference to the plot?

4. Why did DemonDean decided to change his mind in NOT killing Cole there and then? Was there some spark that Dean had, a more human side peaking through that evil exterior? Or did he suspect it was more fun this way that he thought Cole might come back for a second shiner?

Questions about season 10?


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I thought this blog entry might be a little different, I thought about putting questions to you guys and see how YOU answer them. I adored the last episode and there were so many highlights. I think the episode had to go to Jensen and Tim! They were dynamite!! It was a FULL 10 from me…

On IMDb I passed a few questions which still confuse me and others so here goes:

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After reading bits on the internet, there seems some confusion as to if Cain still had the mark when he transferred it to Dean. A number are saying its a copy as Cain still had it as it light up when he wielded the blade again. So my point to this confusion is, why did Cain want to pass the mark on to someone who he deemed worthy? What was the whole point in him just copying it over to Dean and not letting it leave his body? I thought he wanted rid of the curse, totally and be free of it?

All objects with powers so far in the stories when broken like Gods Tablets all lose power when broken. If Dean brakes the Blade would it lose its power, so that would get rid of the Mark.

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IIRC Dean didn’t lie twice. He didn’t lie about giving the blade back to Crowley at all. He said something along the lines of TFW and Crowley having a much bigger problem on their hands depending on whether Dean gave the blade back or not. That isn’t a lie, he never gave Crowley an answer.

Also Dean has reason now not to want Crowley around. It might have been cruel to ‘lie’ to Crowley about the kill list but his motive is not to kill Crowley. Dean might be reasoning that if he doesn’t kill Crowley then Castiel and Sam are safe?

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So I guess Cain isn’t the source as dean killed him and still has the mark. Now that Cain is ruled out what do people think the source may be? Lucifer, god or something else entirely.

Me personally, I feel it comes back to God. If you read up on the history of Cain and why he murdered his brother because he was jealous of what he offered up to god as a sacrifice it doesn’t even mention Lucifer as the creator of the mark of Cain? So how have the writers switched this, or is this the twist later on. That the boys do in fact end up searching for God to find answers?

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Why did Cain say it was Dean’s DESTINY to KILL Sam.

Any thoughts on this one? As I am still wondering …..

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Was Rowena right in saying that Crowley was the Winchesters bitch?

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Was the boy used as bait, real or just an illusion to lure Cain out of hiding?

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It was a wired kind of ending, but thinking back to the purge speech from Sam, he is totally different over his brother this time. We understood he was lying in the purge, and his face at the end of the episode said it all. He was scared for Dean, as Dean himself was. There was no getting away from the mess they are both in. My real burning question is, do we see a light at the end of the tunnel? Is there any way out of this nightmare for Dean? Is this what Sam’s face is portraying back to us?

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