This sparked my imagination on a thread the other day, and a poster here had a good idea also. It has been mentioned that Bobby might come back as a memory, so would this entail a flashback perhaps, as the show is fond of this type of tool. My original theory on IMDb thought that Bobby did actually envelop into Sam’s arm so would this thought work in accommodating in bringing Bobby back? Its also been suggested here that Sam could be transforming in some sort of way, as this looked obvious in the finale. It appears that Sam may heal as soon as the first episode airs, but he may not. So you no how angels and demons use souls as energy and Henry Winchester used his soul to time jump. Here’s the theory that could Dean use Bobbies soul to stop or slow Sam’s transformation? We no recently that Jared said Sam changes but this might not be permanent. This seems a familiar pattern that Dean does do deals to aid Sam’s safety and result in something supernatural occurring.
I find it hard to think of idea’s lately as what we seem to think of doesn’t often come true. As I think our writers are not this imaginative, or they simply don’t want to go there. Tweaking stories in my own mind is fun, but annoying when we don’t see it visualizing on screen. Does this prove how amazing we are as fans to think up mind blowing theories?
I found myself thinking why was Bobby being bought back again, and again! As on threads recently it surprised me that many didn’t want Bobby back, so how do you all really feel deep down about Bobby? Is he a fan favorite as most of us thought he was? It did I still feel it cheated the memory of Death’s door and gave the writers opportune moments to bring him back after the event. I can take or leave Bobby, as John Winchester always stole my heart, as the boys father and found it difficult to enjoy Bobby. But that’s just me, I don’t hate him but at the same time if a death means a death should it stay this way. Does the show often make a mockery of death in general for effect which too has always been a bug bearer of mine. Bobbies death being a prime example. Even to the point of Ellen and Jo how heroically they departed the show, just to be bought back in a dream and as a ghost. So what is dead should really always remain dead, unless a suitable wow plot dramatizes it.
So Bella wants to no how do we think Bobby might come back, in what form as its not supposedly in a human format, as we are used to seeing him in. How do you really feel about his character over the years, have you wondered in and out of love like myself for Bobby. Do you think sometimes that the writers kill characters off for the sake of it, allowing them to produce another story further down the line? Should death mean death and not be supernaturally enhanced for the sake of it. So type away angels and relate to us all how Bobby fits into your Supernatural world?