Sammy is always taking the heat for something or another. Now the British Men of Letters literally wants to turn up the heat on him. With a flame. No kidding! Odds this turns into a beautiful friendship? I say 75% yes. Beautiful friendship with at least one of these women. A disdainful and sarcastic ride along from the other. Who's with me?!
The skepticism on Sam's face pretty much says it all. THIS IS CRAZY. What kind of Men of Letters outfit is the British organization that they would rather tie up a fellow member instead of serving him tea and crumpets? Bunch of creeps, that's what.
How does Sam explain in 15 minutes or less taking on some of the greatest evils ever set upon man? Can the British Men of Letters really be that out of the loop to think the Winchesters were like children tackling a Ouija board?
Is Toni taking notes or asking questions? It would be rather awkward if she was taking notes on Ms. Watt's performance as a torturer, don't you think? She didn't kill him with her gunshot, so now she's torturing him. Cas needs to get here to set her straight about what the Winchesters have done with Archangels, Leviathans, and the Darkness. They definitely didn't consider their actions playing. So why does she?
Ms. Watt is standing by at the ready to take on Sam Winchester. It doesn't appear to be a fair fight, though, does it? He's tied down, and she's standing there all sure of herself with a weapon in hand. PARTY FOUL!!!
Mary may not have had the time to become a tested Winchester Warrior, but I wouldn't want to be on the other side of her after she was just reunited with her sons and you were hoping to pick one or two of them off. With divine intervention on her side, she may be capable of just about anything. Who knows?!
If Ms. Watt was holding a camera instead of pointing a gun straight at Dean's face, it might look like Dean was taking up a sexy pose. Alas, instead it seems Ms. Watt got the better of two fellows before her. Well done! I mean, hey! Who does she think she is, anyway???
Bronagh Waugh is one of the British Men of Letters. Or, Women of Letters. Whatever Sam did to get on her bad side, he did a good job of it. She's holding him bound and torturing him. Will she spill the beans to Dean?
Can you imagine coming to life to two grown sons? Two incredibly capable sons, who are also very good looking (stop it, don't pretend you didn't imagine that part), and who are always in constant trouble? It has to be difficult for Mary to come to terms with what has become of her family.