Is Sam telling us the whole truth?

And WHY is Dean still annoyed with Sam, when Sam did his best to save Dean? Why did Dean need to bring it up? Was entrapping an innocent to lure out a demon, and killing a human host the worst thing Sam did when he was alone for six months, without Dean. What is Sam keeping back from Dean that he’s not fully revealing? “There ain’t much difference from what I turned into to what you already are,” says Dean to Sam. Which is a pretty high statement from someone who is already a monster himself? So in a roundabout … Continue reading Is Sam telling us the whole truth?

I had an idea where this arc was going, did you?

Yesterday I was talking to a friend who remembered we both had a strong feeling where the story was heading. But I can’t remember how far back I had begun to piece it all together. As you know many of you may remember how I felt about Sam not looking for Dean back in season 8, and I thought that someone had given Sam a transplant that he wasn’t the same person. (sarcasm) Who was this man before me who came into my heart all those years ago, as a young man who would do ANYTHING for his brother, who … Continue reading I had an idea where this arc was going, did you?

Do all the trails have a meaning?

I’ve been thinking about the trials a lot, wondering in fact if they are connected. Sam has performed two of the three and is about to take on the third. List as follows: 1. Kill a Hell-hound 2. Rescue an innocent soul from Hell 3. Heal someone Do these three trials actually have a connection. Do they all link to one compendium? Does each trial have a purpose to how Sam is changing? Did God actually scribe these trials for a reason. Are they part of parcel of what Sam is changing or regressing into? God must have had an … Continue reading Do all the trails have a meaning?

Is Dean’s biggest FEAR loosing SAM?

It got me thinking about another thread, about the ending of the series all together. And I know this has been played to death over the seasons. But John’s last dying words when he whispered in his sons ear on his bed in My time of dying, Season 2. We never as the audience heard those last words but assume the words might have been ‘if you can’t save Sam, then you must kill him.’ We no later Dean revealed that he would do everything he could to save Sam. All the way through the series we have seen Dean … Continue reading Is Dean’s biggest FEAR loosing SAM?