Yesterday I put a post up in a thread which sparked me to write this blog thread, here my words from yesterdays post below:
“May be the writers have over dramatized the plots a lot. In the old days it was simple stories with no real brother dramatized plots. The writers might have over done plots by over working certain area’s and not kept it simple enough. I know shows need to involve and characters need to grow. But this year was really all about the relationship, conflict and heavy drama. And what really came of it, more unhappiness between brothers”
Have the writers pushed and pushed the relationship the last four or so years, just to up its ratings and help the characters evolve? These brothers are feisty headstrong and very independent. So at the best of times we will result in a bit of angst. Have the writers up set the apple cart by involving to many heavy Sam in particular plots. Could these have been broken down and extended, with just the odd plot. We no Sam has made some bad, bad choices in his life, which has helped move the story along I grant you. But as a writer could you develop a brotherly bond without the heavy drama? Can it get by without it? Can one character take on too many bad moments, and angst?
As I said in my post, the old days it was different what I generally call pre-hell days as the boys were young, and unaware of what was coming their way. In terms of loss, abandonment issues and strained partnerships. Could the story have worked out any differently if Sam’s stories were, less lite? We assume as fans we no the series revolves mainly about Sam, and Dean guiding his brother along the route. So have the writers over worked their own stories and over dramatized the brothers relationship? Has it really damaged them beyond repair, that writing would be hard to put right? Is there any way to repair that damage, and correct it before its too late?
We have talked about the brothers humor lacking and the nature of their jobs wearing them down, and having too many things to focus on, without having any real fun. Its true however, that these men are slowly growing up, and need to develop with certain problems flaring up occasionally. As when one incident occurs, another and another appear to follow suite. Can we sense that the writers may have damaged the boys in the long term without understanding why?
So Bella is in an inquisitive mood today, wondering what you think if the brothers have suffered at the hands of the writers, in the direction that they have taken them. Do we feel the relationship has suffered in later years because of the high drama. How would the brothers have fared if they have had less drama would they be any further forward? So type away little ones as Aunty B is dying to no. …. 🙂