Yes. And I don’t like it. I mean, so much for free will over fate, and tearing up the script, right? Now it looks like, blah blah, Free will is just an illusion, and no matter what they do, they apparently can’t get off the train to nopes-ville. Yawn.
(also human!Cas is like the one thing I never wanted to happen, and I certainly didn’t want it to happen without his consent)
finally somebody mentions the fucking leviathan
i guess they’re still around then?
can we finally learn how to kill a leviathan?
…unless the reason they’re bringing back Sarah Blake for episode 8x22, “Clip Show”, is that Dabb’s actually writing a clip show, which is to say he’s writing an episode that’s meant to serve, in full or in part, as a “greatest moments” highlight reel of Sam’s life.
Which omfg I kinda really want that now.
Sarah Blake? Really? Really?
Don’t get me wrong. She’s totes cool. But of all the characters in seven and a half seasons that the writers could bring back who might offer interesting character interaction with Sam, why in the world would they choose Sarah before:
For what she is, I guess I like Naomi fine. She serves as an excellent foil to Crowley and the Winchesters, and wow, Amanda Tapping really acts the hell out of the role.
Generally, I just really dislike mind-control plots. Once you as author show that your characters’ memories are unreliable and even being altered by an outside source, then you can’t ever go back. Your audience will never trust your story fully again. I don’t know that there’s ever any hope of me trusting the soundness of Cas’s mind ever again, you know?
I’d be gobsmacked if Naomi makes it out of the season. And as far as her becoming the new Meg, I’d rather just have the old Meg back. :)
Maybe? I didn’t know there’d been any fuss over it, and I didn’t notice that the flapping was any louder than usual.