So last night, we had an entire town of people – who apparently raided the cargo jacket section of Old Navy – being duped into believing the ”prophesies” of the Whore of Babylon. Dean and Sam of course cracked the case, saving a group of ”sinners” from being burned to death, but not before the boys added another innocent death to their busting-at-the-seams consciences.
One of the saddest moments of the episode (for me, anyway) was when Dean compared their save-the-world-mission to the Titanic. They did a great job of making him appear worn and dejected in this episode, and it broke my heart. To top it all off, Dean abandoned Sam to go do what I think we all hope he won’t do. Whatever he’s going to do, we know it’s big. He even made a stop to say farewell to the apparent love of his life, who we remember from a previous episode. I have nit-picks about that last scene, and I’m anxious to see if you share my frustrations. But let’s move on to the happy so I can try to learn how to smile again
Among the gloom, there was the signature Supernatural humor, provided mostly by our favorite trench-wearing angel Castiel. Check out the 5 best moments of comic relief:
“‘You have reached the voice mail of‘ — I don’t understand. Why do you want me to say my name?” [sound of numbers being pressed] [beep] — Castiel’s voicemail message
“Was it something I said?” — Dean, as the bar begins quickly clearing out
“No drinking, no gambling, no premarital sex. Dean, they basically just outlawed 90 percent of your personality.” — Sam
Sam: What the hell happened to you?
Castiel: I found a liquor store.
Castiel: I drank it.
“It actually means you breed with the mouth of a goat. [awkward silence] It’s funnier in Enochian.” — Castiel
Feel better? Me too… just a little. Although, I still feel a little bit like the Zoloft blob right now – sad, incapable of a smile and like a dark, apocalyptic cloud is perpetually following me. Funny thing is, I only get this way on Thursdays at 10 p.m. It’s really the strangest… Oh, wait…
But let us gather in our sadness: What did you think of the episode, PopWatchers? What was your favorite part? And are you as excited about episode 100 as I am?