Another season as passed us by, and what a year we’ve had. Its been a real journey trying to defeat Amara who was pissed at her brother for locking her up for eons. I loved Amara and what Emily Swallow bought, and even thought about Rob Benedict as God. He wasn’t what I imagined GOD would look like in our Supernatural universe. But hey, guess we can’t have it all. I love Rob as an actor, but still feel I wanted some actor with a bit more umph to play him, like Julian Richings.
I have enjoyed season 11 very much, and just wondered now what your thoughts are on it, and how you have felt about Monster of the Weeks and the Mythology side of the story. I have loved God and Amara combo, but felt a bit disappointed in their ending, considering how big in our universe these guys are. It felt a bit lame, and a bit deflated. All that hype of bringing back Lucifer, I was expecting some HUGE battle between the darkness and the light, but alas the writers didn’t make that happen. Instead we were privy to a hissy fit from Gods nearest and dearest. I wasn’t over keen on how God was portrayed on this show, seeing him as a take away geak scoffing food as fast as he could and watching porn, REALLY?? Is that something our GOD would be seen doing? I probably over thought his whole hype, and didn’t envisage this saga.
Had there been a massive battle, with all cast on deck I think it would have been amazing. Bringing back a whole host of Supernatural cast memebers to play in the gory, blood shed that might have ensewed. I often thought about Lord of the Rings, and how many men were used whether CGI imported or not, that whole image on screen was just mind blowining epic. Budget is the order of the day, and get this. But could they have even simplified the battle but still had one. Would this have made it more interesting? We knew Dean had tried to stab Amara, and that did jack squatt she merely felt a little twinge. A twinge that she managed to over come and defeat him in some way. Amara never wanted to hurt Dean, and Dean ended up being the soul bomb to blow her up. Would this if it had blow up been that more dramatic. But then what would be come of DEAN? Sam still thinks his bro is dead, so had that happened would his sacrifice have been worth it? To have put himself through that shit to rid the world of her.
So does the show see Amara as normal, not that evil bitch out for sucking souls where ever she could? Was she worth putting down and going through all that planning to defeat her since we see her disppearing off to heaven with her brother in a beam of light and dark smoke. Was that battle have produced any more of a big hype than both of them going up to heaven and being on a level playing field having sorted out their differences with the usual sibling, I’m sorry. Amara returned that favour to Dean by resurecting his mother, but was that the answer? Bringing back Mary after all this time is she the same person?? Will she fit in with the premise of the show now after 11 years of not having her around? How will the boys react knowing Mom is alive and kicking!
I had at one time thought Amara was totally evil, but have I got that wrong. When we see her acts of kindness sparing Dean, and bringing his mother back. Was she wrongly miss-informed and just wanted to be seen as a good being with a heart who wanted just to be part of that big family?
What did you think to the finale, did your thoughts come into play on screen throughtout the season?
Would a huge battle between The Light and the Dark have been been much more dramatic?
Dean being addressed as the Firewall, what part did that really play??
Billie addressing the EMPTY, has this finally come true, is that where Sam is at present?
How did you originally see Amara ~ Good or Evil??
How did you portray God in your own mind, were you happy with the writers portrayed him?
Were you happy with Mary being resurected as a thank you to Dean?
Is she really Mary?
Drop me a line in the usual way, would love to here from you, and what you thought of S11?
Written and Published By: Bella
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