I have been looking around the net, on various sites and comments box’s and it appears many are saying similar things. See what you think to my list and if you agree or disagree. I thought it would make an interesting discussion point. Here goes …..
– Demons are no longer scary … Remember Azazel, Alistair, Ruby, Meg and yes to a point our modern Crowley. You could at least tell they were scary and acted the part. At least they were scary in their own ways. Even Abaddon has shown promise just to be a one of poster girl with her story telling cut down in her prime.
– They are killing off Angels to give Cas a purpose. Fans have lost count of the times that how many angels have been slaughtered just for the sake of angst. Angels no longer have a responsibility.
– Meat-suits of demons and angels are randomly being killed off and the human suit isn’t really being thought about much any longer. Not like it used to be when the boys wanted to save Meg for example, they used to do all they could to save the host. Now without much thought hundreds of angels and demons are dying purely for dramatic reasons.
– Was Dean going to apologize to Sam in this week’s episode?
– Some are saying Sam won’t give Dean the opportunity to apologize. Did Sam block Dean and prevent him from finding out?
– Many fans think that Sam is scared of being alone without Dean as vice versa. Both save each other when they know they have too. As both are charged up, scared stiff that something has happened to the other. Their biggest fear is being alone, and having to cope without the other. Is Sam reflecting his own thoughts to Dean, is this what Sam is really scared of too. Sam was lost, and had a breakdown when Dean was in Purgatory and in Mystery Spot. As we saw he went to pieces.
– Every 5-6 episodes – too much filler and monster of the weeks. Not enough forward movement on the show’s arc and character progress.
– Dean has been far more aggressive at Sam in the past, and for a lot longer. Let’s give Sam his due, he so right to be pissed.
– Sam’s point was, what is Dead should stay Dead, as Dean remarked on in Season 2, he knew it too. Or we thought he did. No deals with anyone for a reason. It’s started a domino effect like it always does. Sam would have expired. The life or death of one person changes the core of the Natural Order. Sam survived, Kevin died in his place. Sam feels guilt for Kevin’s death for two reasons.
– Are there structural severe problems within the show itself? Has the quality of the writing dropped?
– Have the writers changed direction with the bro-mance? From the pranking around, and bitch/jerk moments. Have they gone into over kill by turning them against each other?
– Is this season feeling like one big filler?
– Do we see a season which is having problems of over abundance of muddled stories that are going nowhere? There is NO fluidity nothing is joining – gelling together as one fluid arc or seasonal arc yet.
– Are they taking too long to get to the CRUNCH of the PLOT?
– Cas is the leader of an Army when the angels crashed to earth we were promised mayhem and chaos, and even death and we never got it.
– Did it make any sense for those angels to choose Cas as their leader?
– Angels keep gathering behind idiots that don’t seem to have a plan beyond ‘I want to be the king of Heaven’? – Season 6 mark 2
– Does the moment the episode naturally stop when the story shifts over to Cas?
– Does Jeremy seem to be keeping characters apart? I.E Cas and the Winchesters. As they rarely appear to be on screen as much as they used too. It’s been this way for several seasons now.
– The more interesting story lines such as Abaddon and the Mark of Cain, have been shelved or have appeared to have little progress throughout the season until the finale draws closer.
– Dean new that Sam would have rather died, than cause all this destruction and disruption. That is now happening.
– Sam only walked away from Dean after he saw Kevin leave the bunker with his mum. We don’t know how Sam feels when he walked away, only he does. But could have been one of three things.
– A) Overwhelmed by the moment
– B) He was tired and wanted to go to bed
– C) Or he was angry at Dean and wanted to leave the room. It depends on what brother you lean towards as to how you interoperate that end scene. Remember that Dean called out for Sam, and Sam came running in a state of anxiety.