1. ELO rocks… hard!
And here I thought they were more of a soft rock band. Either way, my love for them has been renewed, and I now have another song to download. Bonus question: Do you know what ELO stands for?
2. I’m a
Sam er, Jared uh … Sam girl.
After years of proclaiming myself “bi-bro,” turns out I was more excited to see Sam than Dean. Granted, that might be because of my new fascination with Sam Heughan, who looks remarkably like Jared Padalecki in some (but not all) photos. Unfortunately, with Dean having the mytharc story this season (which is awesome), Sam is relegated to support status, which seems to mean doing research on his laptop.
3. The show is better with the brothers.
I’m sure Jared and Jenson appreciate the ability to spend more time with their families, now that they’re both husbands and fathers. But the show was built on Sam and Dean, and that’s when it’s at its best. Castiel and Crowley were excellent additions to the cast because of their interactions with the Winchesters. But their separate story lines are Bor.Ring. Castiel has had two dull story lines, first with Hannah, then with Claire. Give it up, writers. He’s not that interesting on his own. Nor am I terribly invested in Crowley’s mommy issues. Get him back into the Winchester fray with the First Blade. After all, he is the reason Dean ended up with it in the first place.
4. Some things change.
Crowley’ bones are now in Guam? Weren’t they in Scotland in… the first episode that Jenson directed? (What was its title?) Or was Crowley joking? After all, there really aren’t seasons on Guam.
Sam tells Dean that Cain still has the Mark and has managed to live with it for eons. But, didn’t Cain transfer the Mark to Dean? Meaning Cain no longer has it? Wouldn’t it be fabulous if Timothy Omundson was available for another appearance so we could clear this up? Oh wait! He is!!! *Squee* ❤
5. Other things stay the same.
Seriously, Dean? You haven’t updated your ringtone in nine years?? ❓