Dean: What did you expect
Sam: Long drive?
Dean: Well, I wouldn’t have had to make it if you hadn’t have hung up on me
Sam: Well I heard all I needed to hear
Dean: No, you heard what you wanted to hear, I told you Benny wasn’t killing hell, I watched him in the fang banger that was.
Sam: How about Martin, how did he end that?
Dean: Stupid, just like I said it would, crazy son of a bitch didn’t give Benny a choice it was self defense.
Sam: Seriously Dean, that’s the story your going with, that the Vampire was the real victim here,
Dean: Hey, like it or not, that was the truth okay. There was a time when that actually meant something.
Sam: Yeah, yeah no kidding
Dean: What does that mean?
Sam: You think this is just about Benny?
Dean: What the hell are you talking about
Sam: What the hell do you think I’m talking about
Dean: Amelia. Come on man, I sent you that text cause I needed you to, to to
Sam: You needed me to what, to tear ass to Texas! To be afraid of what happened to Jessica, might happen that everyone we care about, might have happened to her
Dean: You were going to kill Benny, what was I supposed to do?
Sam: Is that what we are you save a Vampire by making me believe that the woman I love might be dead.
Dean: What do you want to hear Sam? That I was wrong. Fine I was wrong. Okay
Dean:If you’d of heard me out, if you’d of trusted me, all of this could have been avoided
Sam: You didn’t want me to trust you, you wanted me to Benny and I can’t do that
Dean: Great, okay then what the hell do we do now,
Sam: That depends, that depends on you, on whether or not your done with him.
Dean: I’m gonna say I don’t no. Glad I made the drive.
Dean walks out and Sam pulls his usual face
Now this scene has baffled and flummoxed me for ages. Was Dean wrong in apologizing about Benny. Was Sam in the right pulling Dean up about the text message. Or was Sam behaving a right as Americans say ‘douche’ we say prat. Or was he right in being aggressive over Benny, and Amelia. Was the Vamp the real victim in all this charade was Benny the real crux of this tense moment. Could there have been another way to get Sam out of the way, with out involving Amelia, was it a cruel trick? As Dean said, all of this could have been avoided.
These little scenes I am pulling my hair out over this year, sometimes I think Sam is so OOC, that I don’t no him any more. Or is this the old Sam rebelling once again, is he in the right for charging at Dean with the evidence he’d got up his sleeve. Why was Sam so argumentative about a man he’d never even met until that day. Why of course did Sam trust an unstable man like Martin in the first place, which still baffles me. We all knew it wouldn’t end well, and his head ended up on the chopping block. Did Martin give Benny a choice, as Dean raised it was self defense?
So how do my colleagues here feel this scene went. Are we happy with Sam’s outburst. Did he handle it well, was he right to jump of the handle at Dean. Was Dean right in apologizing to Sam, when Sam originally hired Martin. I would love you all to help me out on this one, and see where we end up this time. Keep your thoughts coming, as you know Bella loves to hear from you all.