I am still a little half empty kind of girl who isn’t sure whether Sam apologized to Dean for not looking for him. My mind is in a turmoil, not fully understanding the confession and what really happened. Are we to assume that Sam was feeling worthless because he could never live up to his brother and could never do anything right in his eyes.
I think Dean grew to no how Sam was really feeling and why he felt so depressed about himself. But was it in all truth, an out right apology? Did the confession go in some way to build those bridges between them. What were the writers really trying to put across. Just because he asked for forgiveness is this really enough. He didn’t direct this at the person he should have, Dean.
So with an empty confession box does this make the object of the exercise null and void. Is a confession an apology two different things? As one confesses to ease ones burdens, so has Sam really fulfilled in this task? Did it count? Or was the whole point of his “confession” was to finish the third trial. It wasn’t about “confessing” to Dean. So did the big ‘bro-ment’ come about as a result of the actions of the third trial, Was it a heat of the moment discussion that was incidental to the confession that Sam made. So did the confession have any real impact. It threw me off guard trying to work out the whole confession, perhaps my angels might shed some light on this one.
Why are the writers continuously portraying Sam in this manner, that he does continue to make mistakes. Is there something that the writers like to see in Sam that this guy is a hero but creates all these problems along the way. Why does Sam always seem to draw the short straw. Can Sam truly recover from this syndrome, that he feels he can’t live up to his brothers expectations. If in fact there were any. Had Sam been working himself up, for no real reason all his life. Was Sam in his own little world where he felt he couldn’t do a damn thing about it.
So how do you all feel now the finale has panned out. Has this bugging issue Sam not looking for Dean really, truly and honestly been resolved. Or will we get to taste it in the premier Has it all fully come to a head yet. Type away my little angels, as Aunty B is so wanting to reply.