We know Sam said these words during the final scenes of the episode, which by the way I’ve still not seen yet. But have sensed that Sam has finally come to terms with the bunker and doesn’t just see it as a place of work. He can relax and finally feel that he belongs some where and fits in. So finally we get to see and learn a bit more about Sam from his own room. I have also picked up that the only TV in the bunker is in Sam’s room. Which appears on the surface a bit wired. So from the layout in Sam’s room. How did it appear, was it as you expected. Neat, tidy and uniformed not a thing out of place? I would also like to think there was some form of a desk in there and a bookshelf and a few books scattered around the place. I can also imagine there a few old newspapers lying around to help them with any of their cases.
I would hazard a guess that we wouldn’t have seen any family photo’s, hence Dean’s room with a picture of him with his mum. So what did this tell you about Sam? What did we pick up from this viewing that gave us more details about Sam’s inner layers? Was the room enough of a give away into what he enjoys, or doesn’t enjoy in general? Did it give us any real further clues? Or wasn’t there much else to really uncover?
I understood we also got to see other rooms in the bunker; such as the Kitchen, and the newly furbished car show room hiding some very old classic cars and a couple of motor cycles. I feel the bunker is like an optical illusion that it appears possibly bigger than what it actually is. I think its vast underground with little to show on the surface. Also with Sam’s room being shown we’ve seen another three new sets which tell us a bit more about the place, and what history had gone before.
Its nice to think the boys finally have a place they can call home, in their every day lives and manic as it is a secure place to lay their weary head of an evening can only be a good thing. I hated the thought of the boys resting in horrible motel rooms even though it became a familiar (and still will be) fixture. Most of us in the world today have some resemblance we can call a home. We are used to going to work, and coming back to our home, cooking a meal and later going to bed. But for the boys this was never really possible to have such luxuries. We often tend to over look it, until the bunker arrived and faced up to the fact that finally they have a safe and secure environment they can call HOME! Even though it took Sam a while to warm to the place, he’s eventually owned up to the fact that he feels he does belong, and wants to put down some roots. We’ve seen in early episodes how the boys have been shunted around from pillar to post with only a matter of weeks at a time in one place. So this must now take some getting use to and register, that there will be no more moving and moving, and moving.
So when I think back to ‘The Wizard of Oz’ this episode probably did fit as there was never a truer line said for these boys at least, ‘There’s No PLACE like HOME!’. A place they can finally call their own ….. So what did you all think?