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I'm liking Craig's theory - a cop out, right enough, but a viable theory.
I hope Bobby survives. I also don't think Cas is gone for good. I think he'll be back. It might be a little while, but he'll be back.
I personally did like the episode although I was disappointed that it didn't actually have to do with the Jersey Devil. I'd have rather had the Jersey Devil storyline than the leviathans. That could possibly be because I am from New Jersey though.
I loved Dean's stoned comments. I also love how he said that he thought Crowley was being generalistic about referring to Dick, when in fact he realized he meant a specific person.
I enjoy the comedic episodes. I also prefer them hunting weekly things as opposed to a major storyline going on in the background. This show is good enough with two hot guys in a hot car with hot music hunting supernatural creatures.
If they are bringing people back, I wouldn't mind seeing John or Bela make an appearance.
Craig, I think you're exactly right. It only makes sense since they just completely forgot about the Hellmind that Sam had. Good call, I hadn't thought of that. It's a big gamble though. "It was all a dream" is not just a little hackneyed.
The leviathans are working on a way to fatten humanity up and eat us.
Well bobby isn't dead ...... Coz he is present in the next episode , where he calls some mystery person of his past for help
No worries about bobby even if he is killed. I think I see where this entire season's finale is headed.
1st we have sam's head cracks open and he goes near completely loonie.
BUT all of a sudden he gets 'better' somehow gets a handle on it.
Yeah right, they don't put in plot elements like that and just push it aside.
The hallucination of lucifier is partly right: Everything that has happened since his break in the warehouse (where he almost shoots dean) is all one big hallucination.
That for the last several months Sam has been really locked up in his old iron cell raving at the walls. No leviathan, no castiel dead, all of it a mirage.
OH MY GOD! If Bobby gets killed off, Sera Gamble will officially lose what little respect I have left for her! That being said, it's hard getting used to such simplistic episodes. It's weird going from intense mythological-infused conflicts leading up to a bigger picture, that it's hard to get used to them just "hunting" again. Also, I miss Cas! He was such an awesome addition to the show. She killed him off too!
BOBBY CANNOT BE DEAD. Sera Gamble is honestly scaring the crap out of me. First our Cas is gone and now BOBBY?! Is she nuts?! Within less than 10 episode she killed off two of the most important characters?! No, I refuse to believe either are dead. Gotta say though, this seasons amazing as always. Love the entire Leviathan idea but really? Cas AND Bobby? That's just wrong.
I'm getting a nasty feeling that we're getting set up for the last season of Supernatural. The main support characters are getting killed off, Sammy's still struggling in his own mind, Dean is finding it harder and harder to care about anything.....I can see this being the last season where the boys go out in a big blast trying to kill something that can't be killed. I hope not, but we all know it has to come to an end sometime. On the other hand, just because you get killed on Supernatural doesn't mean you die. Overall I thought there were some great lines in this ep, but it was like they tried too hard. They either need to pick up the pace with the Laviathon or end it and start something else. Personally, I just want the Impala back. That Dodge has got to go.
This episode did not disappoint at all! Dean was cracking me up after he ate the turducen delight and I like that we got to see Bobby actually get more of the limelight for an episode however, its Bobby and I would be very disappointed if he was actually dead come the beginning of the next episode. I'm hoping that it won't be the end of Bobby Singer and they won't let just a simple bullet be the end. Supernatural won't be the same without Bobby.
I am disappointed mostly by the fact that they took this to a location that has an infamous monster, but scoffed at it and barely commented on it at all. Yet, even the promo for the ep name dropped the Jersey Devil and teased that we were getting a Jersey Devil episode. The Bobby stuff is great. The Leviathan stuff still has more questions than answers, though I can't blame them for furthering the overall season arc with the episode. I just wish they hadn't played up the Jersey Devil theme with the promo and used the episode taking place in the Pine Barrens as the ep they did that in. Not my favorite of the season, but still better than most of season 6.
I liked this episode. I didnt think it was over done or anything, and I love bobby, so that was good. I think It was at least 4 stars, and I really hope bobby is ok!
Aside from the damned leviathan stealing the thunder from the Jersey devil (which I was looking forward to) I enjoyed this ep for the stellar Bobby moments. It had genuine laughs and he can deliver some of the best lines on television. Jim Beaver! His name was escaping me and I could onlythink of his twitter handle. If that hole in the hat and his kickass chance to shine mean he's leaving the show and the leviathan are staying, I'm going to take serious issue with the Supernatural team. Losing one main character per season is enough. Period.
1. I've never had turducken, but always wanted to try it. Not so much anymore. Ewww.
2. Bobby CANNOT die. They (Dean and Sam) and we can only take so much. They already killed off Cas, Ellen, Jo, Daddy and Mommy......how much more are we (and they) supposed to take?!?! We all have a breaking point and killing Bobby is mine! Of course, I'm okay with a tension-filled episode that results in Bobby being okay.
3. This episode gave us some much needed Leviathan movement, although I'd still like to have a greater sense of them. They're supposed to be so bad and yet they seem rather wimpy compared to all the other evils. Apocalypse is scary. Oozy turducken sandwiches is yucky but more goofy than frightening.
4. I was a little disappointed there was no jersey devil. I kinda figured it'd be Snooki or something.
5. Dean - high off of his turducken sandwich - was the most fun he's been in a long time.
@tabitha I completely agree I thought the episode was pretty damn good!!! And they were trying to show the the leviathan can get to anyone even the most powerful of people!!!!!
I actually really liked this episode. We don't know that the Leviathans endgame is, but Bobby found something at one point. So there was movement on that score. Also, I am pretty sure that Dick did all those things (wrote the book and became famous) before his shape was commandeered by the Leviathan and the real Dick was killed. He was targeted because of who he was which means the Leviathan are trying to gain a foothold at the top of human society. I like it.
I too thought the bibbing thing was...odd but there is a kind of tongue in cheek
I don't know why so many people complain everytime it's not a episode where they just hunt!!! They need to do episodes that move the storty line so stfu!!!!! And I deffinettly hope Bobby isn't dead cuz he is the last friend they have and is a great part of the story, but since castiel I really dont know :/ I freaking miss cas!!!!!! They have to bring him back and not like 2 episode from the end!!!!
Not cracked up about the mid-season finale being a two-parter about Bobby, and I'm sure Bobby will live and his shooting will be the impetus for Dean getting his head back into hunting. The episode set up the theme of the season -- evil corporate America -- so that kind of kills the interest I had in the Levi. Brilliant dialogue in this one and that's why I liked it, but didn't care for the political message. It makes me think the writers are really out of story ideas.
I disagree with you as well. This would have been a poor Monster of the Week episode, buts its not a MotW. Its a two-parter episode that will be resolved next month. As such I think its good that the Leviathans were brought in since a two part episode of hunting one monster in the woods would be kinda dull.
And I think the Leviathans just jumped up a whole notch on the scary scale. Their plan to enslave us by using our food is quite scary, because we won't see it coming. They are successfully manipulating humanity, but their end game? That is something I cannot wait to see.
And if Bobby dies then it should be declared a national day of mourning for Supernatural fans around the globe. Though from what i've read of the next episode I think he might be dead, but I don't think he'll stay that way. :)
Well the next episode has bobby getting help from a unlikely source so he is prob coming back or not dead. Hope he survives he is awsome.
Sorry to say this Sean but I don´t agree with you. Even you wanted for this episode to be a stand alone Monster of the Week, it will felt stupid and ridiculous. Since the Leviathans are bid bad in this season and too much haven´t been tell about them, is not appropiate to don´t appear in more episodes. For me it was good how it was built it up and the reasons are very simple. Since it looks like a simple Monster of the Week episode it brings you more about what are this creepy animals and what is their master plan until season finale of next year. It is a really shame we can´t see the outcome of this one until two weeks, but what hell, the suspense has always been the mother of attractive more fans for this show. All I can say right now is was an excellent episode, a good cliffhanger and by the way happy Thanksgiving to everybody. Until them, see you in two weeks!!!!!
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