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Scarab Sages

I did enjoy last night's episode, and the preview for next week was really cool. Liked the music they played. Also...

Spoiler:
The guy they had to play Death looked really creepy. I liked the scene where they show him walking down the street, guy bumps into him and collapses.

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Purple Dragon Knight wrote:
Arnwyn wrote:
Balodek wrote:
Next season will be about the aftermath of the last few seasons.
Hrrrmm... :/
I know... I can see a whole season of shirtless winchester action looming on the horizon too... "Season 7: the chick market segment season! tune in gals! them boyz got some fyyyyyyyyne abs!"

In the straightest way I can manage this ...

... they really ARE nice abs.

Jealous I am.

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Misery wrote:
Purple Dragon Knight wrote:
Arnwyn wrote:
Balodek wrote:
Next season will be about the aftermath of the last few seasons.
Hrrrmm... :/
I know... I can see a whole season of shirtless winchester action looming on the horizon too... "Season 7: the chick market segment season! tune in gals! them boyz got some fyyyyyyyyne abs!"

In the straightest way I can manage this ...

... they really ARE nice abs.

Jealous I am.

Yeah my wife has a thing for Dean, she even started buying me clothing so I would be dressing similar to Dean, luckily I used to dress that way so I don't mine the new cloths. ;)

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Dragnmoon wrote:


Yeah my wife has a thing for Dean, she even started buying me clothing so I would be dressing similar to Dean, luckily I used to dress that way so I don't mine the new cloths. ;)

She hasn't suggested that you start killing random people because they're possessed, has she? Cause that might be a sign she's taking it too far...


Alright, I just felt that I had to say the following:

Death rocks!

Scarab Sages

F. Castor wrote:

Alright, I just felt that I had to say the following:

Death rocks!

Damn skippy! That dude was uber creepy, yet injected just enough of the god-like being speaking to an insect attitude. I really hope we see him some more.

Scarab Sages

It felt like a scene out of the Matrix. Death was good... the four horseman got better and better as the series has moved along.

Scarab Sages

Hmmm, not sure how I feel about last night's season finale.

Spoiler:
I kind of liked the prophet guy narrating everything, but at the end, when he disappeared - does that mean he was God all along?

I liked when Castiel burned Michael with Holy Fire, then Lucifer got all "nobody f&+$s with him but me" and toasted Cas with a snap of the fingers.

I didn't like when he scragged Bobby, though, so I was glad the resurrected Cas brought him back.

Also liked the bit in Detroit where Sam just kind of blinked and scragged those two demons - of course, he was hyped up on gallons of demon blood.

No real explanantion of why the final battle took place where it did other than a quick "must be ending where it all started" line. Kinda lame.

Michael and Lucifer's conversation was cool, but would have been better if it were between Sam and Dean meatsacks. And I kind of wish they'd have at least actually had a chance to throw a few punches or something. Still, I like that they both ended up in the cage.

All in all, I'm not looking forward to a season 6, unless they explain Sam coming back as God brought him back because the Apocalypse thing distracted God long enough for the Old Ones to escape their prison and re-invade earth. So now God needs the Winchesters to hunt down Cthulhu and his ilk.

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Aberzombie wrote:

Hmmm, not sure how I feel about last night's season finale.

** spoiler omitted **

There was so much COOL build up, the ending seemed underwhelming.

Spoiler:
The conversation between Lucifer and Micheal was interesting. The song choice (Def Leppard) was lame. Had to be a hundred better metal tunes for that scene.

I am not sold on (the actor playing)Sam as Lucifer, I think the other actor they had was playing him better.

But, yea, the Cthulu angle is always cool if it happened. My guess:

Spoiler:
when Castiel said he was better than before or whatever, he is now secretly an avatar of Nyarlathotep. And revived Bobby will be his first minion. And if Sam/Lucifer wants a second chance at Micheal to fufill their destiny, he has to obey Gods wishes.

Or we all get tentacles..........

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Dean's apocalypticus interruptus might have made more sense if he'd brought up the 'God loves us humans more than either of you chuckleheads' argument and followed it up with a 'Take your apocalypse and get the hell off our planet.'

But Dean's really never been the deep thinker, so it probably fits his characterization that he didn't think of that. :)

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Was Castiel's line "Hey, Assbutt!"? Best. Line. Ever.

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Some talk on finale

Spoiler:

Even with Chuck disappearing I see him as simply being done with his work.

I think God was the car, the Impala. The most important thing there. Pure. Always there. It was the car that snapped Sam out of the daze he was in and as it happened an eye opened up ... and it didn't look like Sam's.

All in all, I think it was a great season finale. Was hoping it would be the SERIES finale but oh well ...

And yes ... Assbutt will go down in the history of awesome.

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Just finished the last three episodes; I loved the finale... I just really, really wish they'd close up shop.

I didn't think the end was lackluster at all, and I honestly like it much better than the end of Lost.

Unfortunately, the show is coming back in October, and I honestly don't see where they can go from here. After building up to the actual Apocolypse, there's nothing left. I suppose 22 episodes of Sam and Dean psychodrama might be interesting, but... After beating Lucifer, wendigos are pretty lame.

Cthulhu, FTW...

Edit:
You know, all the leadership is out for the count. Chaos, whether it's Cthulhuian or not, makes for good drama.

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Andrew Turner wrote:

Just finished the last three episodes; I loved the finale... I just really, really wish they'd close up shop.

I didn't think the end was lackluster at all, and I honestly like it much better than the end of Lost.

Unfortunately, the show is coming back in October, and I honestly don't see where they can go from here. After building up to the actual Apocolypse, there's nothing left. I suppose 22 episodes of Sam and Dean psychodrama might be interesting, but... After beating Lucifer, wendigos are pretty lame.

Cthulhu, FTW...

Edit:
You know, all the leadership is out for the count. Chaos, whether it's Cthulhuian or not, makes for good drama.

Tagged for spoiler of upcoming season.

Spoiler:

Talks are that after everything that happened in season 5 that both heaven and hell are kind of in disarray and the boys get back together to clean up the mess they feel like they caused in the first place. This results in extra weird stuff happening and since thats what they do ... they go monster hunting.

I have to agree myself for the ending. Not lackluster at all .... very satisfying ... and I wish it would end on the awesome note it did. However, all I can do is hope the sixth season does the show justice. And PLEASE, if 6th is the final season ... don't botch the ending.


I thought the ending was awesome... and very sad. It was well done.

I don't believe Chuck or the Impala are god. Chuck = Kripke and as Kripke leaves the show... so does Chuck. Sure, Chuck could have been god, but I'd like to believe god is... different than that.

The Impala... again, I hope god has something better to do than to have Dean and Sam sit their asses on him 24 hours per day. But that's just me. God = a silent "Kit" from Nightrider? The idea makes me vaguely sick to my stomach.

Tbh, I think it's silly whenever any show "reveals god". God is better left unrevealed.

I'm glad they are doing season 6, because I LOVE the show, I just hope they don't screw it up with a season 6+. I can't see how Sam will EVER get rid of Lucifer. I can see how he'd get out, after all, Michael also has to get out, which would leave an opening for Lucifer as well.

The lamp going out at the end symbolizes for me that Sam = Lucifer. If the lamp didn't go out, I'd say it was just Sam.

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Jason S wrote:

... I can't see how Sam will EVER get rid of Lucifer. I can see how he'd get out, after all, Michael also has to get out, which would leave an opening for Lucifer as well.

The lamp going out at the end symbolizes for me that Sam = Lucifer. If the lamp didn't go out, I'd say it was just Sam.

You know, there wasn't necessarily any indication (revealed research by the Dark Scoobies) that returning Lucifer to the Pit resulted in a reset to the same stipulations of incarceration as before.

Maybe the door is open both ways now, and LuciferSam can come and go, but since the Apocalypse is nullified, the signs already fulfilled, his Power is lessened. Not to mention, now he needs Purpose...

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I think Sam is Lucifer's cage now, like he's gonna have to keep him controlled and in check.

Thoughts?


I actually liked the earlier episodes a lot more than the current fare, though I do agree, Supernatural does kick arse; speaking of which, the various entities are rather weak.

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Aberzombie wrote:

Hmmm, not sure how I feel about last night's season finale.

Spoiler:
I kind of liked the prophet guy narrating everything, but at the end, when he disappeared - does that mean he was God all along?

I liked when Castiel burned Michael with Holy Fire, then Lucifer got all "nobody f*&%s with him but me" and toasted Cas with a snap of the fingers.

I didn't like when he scragged Bobby, though, so I was glad the resurrected Cas brought him back.

No real explanantion of why the final battle took place where it did other than a quick "must be ending where it all started" line. Kinda lame.

Michael and Lucifer's conversation was cool, but would have been better if it were between Sam and Dean meatsacks. And I kind of wish they'd have at least actually had a chance to throw a few punches or something. Still, I like that they both ended up in the cage.

I agree with a lot of this:

Spoiler:
I think that Chuck was in fact God. In the final scene everything is white, including his clothing and the computer. It just seems... right.

Cas going pop was funny and sad all at once.

Booby going like that was just sad.

I did think however that the actual confrontation was a little anti-climactic. I mean we knew what was going to happen but it just seemed like it was over way too quickly.

I must say though that after it's all said and done, I actually enjoyed Season 5 a lot more than I was expecting to (in fact two of my favourite episodes have come from this season). It just goes to show that Superbnatural still has it and hopefully the trend will continue into Season 6. :)


Haven't watched supernatural in ages. I stopped watching when(imoO) it started going off the rails a bit, becoming less H:TR on TV and more funky psuedo Buffy superpowered stuff, but I'm glad its still got some viewers and seems to be going strong.

Liberty's Edge

So the new season started!

... and I am sadly very underwhelmed. I was afraid this might happen by extending the season 1 length longer then it was intended. *sigh* Still, it was just one episode so as a fan I'm holding out hope.


it was relaxing, but why did we had to know that Skinner is a villain so soon?


How do you guys like this season, with Sam without his soul?

I was kind of worried the season would suck, and it kind of did for the first couple of episodes. I didn't really like the new Sam tbh.

But the season is turning out pretty good. Not as good as the last season, but good enough that I'm really happy it's still on. It's still my favorite show and I'm looking forward to seeing where they're going to take the story from here, especially regarding Purgatory.

It's too bad

Spoiler:
Crowley is dead, I really liked that character.

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Jason S wrote:

How do you guys like this season, with Sam without his soul?

I was kind of worried the season would suck, and it kind of did for the first couple of episodes. I didn't really like the new Sam tbh.

But the season is turning out pretty good. Not as good as the last season, but good enough that I'm really happy it's still on. It's still my favorite show and I'm looking forward to seeing where they're going to take the story from here, especially regarding Purgatory.

It's too bad
** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
It has gotten better now that Sam has gotten his Soul back, Also Crowley can come back if he went to Purgatory.
Scarab Sages

I wonder about that...

Spoiler:
They made it pretty clear that Purgatory is a monster thing, but Crowley was a demon, made from a human soul. Would he go to purgatory, or back to Hell?

Silver Crusade

So, what will "the Mothers" name be.

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brent norton wrote:
So, what will "the Mothers" name be.

Lilith. ;)

Silver Crusade

My first thought too but they used the name for the the super demon chic.

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brent norton wrote:
My first thought too but they used the name for the the super demon chic.

They can use Tiamat


Unlike the deaths of their father, Ruby x2, demons, and other characters, I found the death of Crowley and especially Samuel to be especially unfulfilling this season.

In general though, the season has been improving a lot and it's back to it's former level of awesomeness, especially the episode where they were transported into the "real world". That episode was hilarious.

Love Supernatural!!!!!!!!


Jason S wrote:
How do you guys like this season, with Sam without his soul?

Crappy. Didn't like no-soul-Sam, and don't like him with his soul back. Oh boo hoo me! I'm remembering hell! Blah blah blah. Should have killed the series at the end of last season, which was a good ending.

Seems way more lame and angsty than previous seasons (I'm especially looking at you, Dean), though I'm hoping it'll get better. But trying to make this Mother (likely 'Mother of all monsters') thing to be a scary big-bad? Meh. D00ds, you already did the f@%*ing devil. End of story.

Any episode with Bobby is an awesome episode.

Scarab Sages

I *really* tried getting into Supernatural. I don't hate it. I love their chemistry as brothers & like the episodes I've seen.
But I'm so used to Buffy & Seasons 1-3 of Angel. (& a good half of 4 & 5 season moments - I cannot forgive them for Cordelia because the original storyline was going to be so EPIC!)

Anyway I had been renting all the DVDs from Netflix, & I just could not go on. The episodes were so disconnected, like a lot of how early SG1 was, but not much tying it together. A lot of it I had seen already in other shows.

I do like the writing when Ben Edlund writes. & I laughed so hard in the French Mistake episode. SO GREAT!!! But the characterization & overarching plots just are not there. The writing is not my thing on this show either (sans Edlund). But it will never be Buffy/Angel for me. Even Firefly, which I'm not a diehard fan of but still love, felt so much deeper than Supernatural to me.

I realized that it is not as good as Buffy & Angel. But I can forgive it because, for me, nothing really is. (TV wise).

If you want to tell me about any episodes that are similar to the French Connection in tone, please do though! I'm not against watching it ever again. I just can't go through with watching every single one like I had planned after seeing that episode haha

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Funny... i never got into Buffy or Angel myself, but Supernatural really hit the spot for me. The suspension of disbelief is a bit better in Supernatural (i.e. if monsters *would* exist, I could imagine an underground network like the hunters... I don't really care about Sam's and his blood drinking fueled powers, but I really dig the regular Joes with no powers just using guns, daggers, etc. and doing good old Google research to try to find monster weaknesses -- the only thing they haven't really explored is all the knowledge contained in the Vatican's vaults and I've been wondering if they're going to go there at some point and bring in some kind of badass guest star italian priest exorcist with all kinds of gooddies/weapons for them... the show is almost at its end so I'm not really hopeful, but hey, just think this would have been cool)

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Purple Dragon Knight wrote:
I really dig the regular Joes with no powers just using guns, daggers, etc. and doing good old Google research to try to find monster weaknesses -

I love how they do that, giving many of the creatures specific weaknesses (can't cross line of salt, burn the bones, paralyzed by dead man's blood, etc.), instead of necessarily requiring anyone to have super-powers to be a hunter. (Not that Sam's temporary super-powers weren't awesome...)

It makes for a great hook for monster design, to come up with ways that mere mortals who don't have a golfbag full of magic weapons or a 10th level positive energy channeling cleric handy can still do *something* against a demon or a vampire or whatever.

I liked Buffy, in the first three seasons, when research in the library could find what they needed to know to save the day, and the support of her non-super-powered friends was a huge part of her successes, but it degenerated into 'you ain't got super-strength, get the hell out of way, you whiny stones around my neck' in the last seasons, which was kinda depressing.

Sam developed that mindset when he was all hopped up on demon blood, that Dean was just slowing him down, and that he was stronger and smarter and didn't need puny non-super-powered Dean anymore, but the show, thankfully, didn't validate that demon-blood-fueled jerkishness by making him right in that assessment or rewarding him for it.

Like Buffy, Supernatural is one of those shows I never would have watched, but my roomate got me into it. My first episode was a demon at the crossroads episode, about some jazz singer, and I was blown away that they were using elements of real world occult lore, instead of the made-up monsters of the week that would show up in other shows.

Plus the music was cool. :)


Since you guys have so glowingly talked about this show; I began watching it Series One; have watched the first six episodes.

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Supernatural actually ended up pulling in MORE viewers on Friday night than it did on Thursday night ... which is odd to everyone, CW people included. However it also ended up being the reason that Supernatural has been picked up for a 7th season. I haven't heard word yet about the actors signing on but I doubt they'd try and do another season without them at this point.

To me, I'll always think the first five seasons were just fantastic. I'm still quite entertained by season six and hope to be by seven. Not sure what they can do next and all but I'm looking forward to the ride in any case.


Season finale this week!

Doh and I missed the last two episodes before this.

Scarab Sages

I'd just like to point out that, in the preview for this week, I saw two words that made me smile....

Spoiler:
......Lovercraft and Cthulhu.

The first was on what appeared to be the bloodspattered title page of a manuscript. The second a real quick shot of the cover of a book some kid (maybe Ben?) was reading.


Aberzombie wrote:

I'd just like to point out that, in the preview for this week, I saw two words that made me smile....

** spoiler omitted **

Umm... Is the "r" supposed to be in the first word mentioned under the spoiler tag? Because, if it is, I think I'd also be smiling - if only because of the incongruity of it in a Supernatural episode...

...Sorry - I just couldn't help LOLing at the possible "Freudian slip" there ^^
It's just not quite what one expects in the show - unless you're one of the fans who gets a kick out of the interplay between Dean & "this week's lady interest" or supports the shipping of Dean & Castiel...
And let's not forget the shipping of Dean & Sam... (Yes, those fans exist, too. No, I'm not one of them, thank you for wondering - or not.)

OK, OK. So there is an element of it in Supernatural. Just, not so blatant as the title to that manuscript you mentioned would be...

But, thank you for the laugh! :D

--C.

Scarab Sages

Oops. Blame my poor typing skills. However, to expand on that - Just read an article this morning that gives a bit more insight into the season finale, and perhaps the direction of the 7th season....

Spoiler:
Apparently, they're going to discover that someone tried to open the door to limbo once before, about 100 years prior - a gentleman named H.P. Lovecraft...... :)


Aberzombie wrote:

However, to expand on that - Just read an article this morning that gives a bit more insight into the season finale, and perhaps the direction of the 7th season....

** spoiler omitted **

Wow... that would make for a truly awesome season.

I thought season 6 turned out to be overall a pretty terrible season, and kind of regretted them making it... I wasn't really entertained much at all. But if they went in the direction noted by Aberzombie - woo!

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Arnwyn wrote:


I thought season 6 turned out to be overall a pretty terrible season, and kind of regretted them making it... I wasn't really entertained much at all. But if they went in the direction noted by Aberzombie - woo!

Spoiler:
I did not start enjoying the season until Sam got his soul back, but even after that the episodes where just ok, except for a few that where really good.
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Season Finale

... I won't even use a spoiler. I'm just going to say:

"... what the hell?"

Scarab Sages

Misery wrote:

Season Finale

... I won't even use a spoiler. I'm just going to say:

"... what the hell?"

Yeah, that was....interesting. Not the way I was expecting/hoping, but interesting nevertheless.

One thing I did like...

Spoiler:
....When uber-Castiel snapped his fingers and exploded Raphael.

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Aberzombie wrote:
Misery wrote:

Season Finale

... I won't even use a spoiler. I'm just going to say:

"... what the hell?"

Yeah, that was....interesting. Not the way I was expecting/hoping, but interesting nevertheless.

One thing I did like...

** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
I enjoyed that as well ... even if he did go off the deep end which saddens me.

I REALLY hope they do more with cthulu next season and they didn't just name drop lovecraft for one episode.

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Strangely, what Cas says at the end there doesn't sound too different from what the old God said in the beginning...


The finale of season 6 was really good and a little surprising!

I like how the characters (both good and bad guys) are actually smart... instead of stupid.

I can season 7 is shaping up to be one hell of a season. Sam and Dean are a little out of their league now.

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Jason S wrote:
I like how the characters (both good and bad guys) are actually smart... instead of stupid.

Crowley's immediate figuring out of what happened and hasty reaction was perfect. I've gone from finding the character an annoying sarcastic smarmy creep to a *fun* sarcastic smarmy creep.


Set wrote:
Jason S wrote:
I like how the characters (both good and bad guys) are actually smart... instead of stupid.

Crowley's immediate figuring out of what happened and hasty reaction was perfect. I've gone from finding the character an annoying sarcastic smarmy creep to a *fun* sarcastic smarmy creep.

He did turn Hell from torture and fire to waiting in line for all eternity.


BTW, did anyone else catch a whiff of foreshadowing back in season 5, when Death tells Dean that one day he'll "reap god"?

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