I thought this blog entry might be a little different, I thought about putting questions to you guys and see how YOU answer them. I adored the last episode and there were so many highlights. I think the episode had to go to Jensen and Tim! They were dynamite!! It was a FULL 10 from me…
On IMDb I passed a few questions which still confuse me and others so here goes:
After reading bits on the internet, there seems some confusion as to if Cain still had the mark when he transferred it to Dean. A number are saying its a copy as Cain still had it as it light up when he wielded the blade again. So my point to this confusion is, why did Cain want to pass the mark on to someone who he deemed worthy? What was the whole point in him just copying it over to Dean and not letting it leave his body? I thought he wanted rid of the curse, totally and be free of it?
All objects with powers so far in the stories when broken like Gods Tablets all lose power when broken. If Dean brakes the Blade would it lose its power, so that would get rid of the Mark.
IIRC Dean didn’t lie twice. He didn’t lie about giving the blade back to Crowley at all. He said something along the lines of TFW and Crowley having a much bigger problem on their hands depending on whether Dean gave the blade back or not. That isn’t a lie, he never gave Crowley an answer.
Also Dean has reason now not to want Crowley around. It might have been cruel to ‘lie’ to Crowley about the kill list but his motive is not to kill Crowley. Dean might be reasoning that if he doesn’t kill Crowley then Castiel and Sam are safe?
So I guess Cain isn’t the source as dean killed him and still has the mark. Now that Cain is ruled out what do people think the source may be? Lucifer, god or something else entirely.
Me personally, I feel it comes back to God. If you read up on the history of Cain and why he murdered his brother because he was jealous of what he offered up to god as a sacrifice it doesn’t even mention Lucifer as the creator of the mark of Cain? So how have the writers switched this, or is this the twist later on. That the boys do in fact end up searching for God to find answers?
Why did Cain say it was Dean’s DESTINY to KILL Sam.
Any thoughts on this one? As I am still wondering …..
Was Rowena right in saying that Crowley was the Winchesters bitch?
Was the boy used as bait, real or just an illusion to lure Cain out of hiding?
It was a wired kind of ending, but thinking back to the purge speech from Sam, he is totally different over his brother this time. We understood he was lying in the purge, and his face at the end of the episode said it all. He was scared for Dean, as Dean himself was. There was no getting away from the mess they are both in. My real burning question is, do we see a light at the end of the tunnel? Is there any way out of this nightmare for Dean? Is this what Sam’s face is portraying back to us?