What did I think and what were my first impressions?
I thought Cain was a great introduction, and I liked the writers filtering in the story of Cain and Abel and that it was a sad demise for Abel. I also noted how violent Cain was and how many people he had slaughtered for his own gain. I also loved the introduction of the knights of hell and that Abaddon was the one to get away unscathed.
I also have to mention Sam and Cas how they are beginning to click as buddies and are working together amicably to sort out the mess they are in. Again Sam went and endured yet more pain from the trials in getting out the remaining Grace left behind by Gadreel. To put in a spell to summon him. It was a shame that Cas never had enough to work the spell. So they decided to abandon the task. Sam looked heart broken and depressed. I found it interesting that he didn’t feel himself worthy of living and still wanted out of this world, and would have done anything to get away from it. The hug between them was kinda of awkward as Cas simply didn’t know how to respond. But it was still a moment not to be missed. I thought at the beginning the peanut butter and Jam sequence was humorous and a well thought piece of script to insert. How different and noticeable Cas was, and what new traits he’d picked up on, when his grace returned. Like the Jam tasting of molecules and didn’t suit his taste buds, if he has any now.
I love Dean and Crowley together, I have to say and their partnership is very different. I liked how Crowley continued to play Dean for a fool, but Dean by the end had played him at his own game more or less. I again found myself admiring Crowley for collaring Dean about his worthiness and Dean replying oh great’ are you gonna get all touchy feely now too. The problem is mate, nobody hates you more than you do, believe me I’ve tried. I am also interested in learning about the tattoo on Dean’s arm as in the end scene it was bothering him and leaving its mark behind for sure. Is Dean now immortal, can he live for ever? Is Dean a demon now too, and Sam not a hybrid any longer have those tables turned?
Ikeke you were right, I did walk away from this liking it. I do love my mythology, and your getting to know me well. I found the demons outside Cains house a bit cheap I think that was my only real negative. I also loved Kara who reminded me of Ellen in many ways. Damned demon ending her days, women do not last long on this show. The fight sequence from Jensen was epic, and will be remembered for a long time to come. The work he put in won’t easily be forgotten. I hope we stay on a role now, and for the vote I am giving this an 8.5 – 9 out of 10. Mainly for the lack of Sam screen time. The boys being apart, and the demons surrounding Cain’s house. I did adore the actor who played Cain. I hope we see him again. What did you all think? I have also been working on Supernaturally Devoted and put a review up for Road Trip and will be working on a proper one for this episode too. So don’t forget to pop over when you can, they would love to see you. Entries have been slack lately but I hope this will change as my head is beginning to take in much more notes so watch this space. My show is back!!!