That is my best Dean. And when we do, we’ll kill him. “You…” he mumbles, as Dean looks equally shocked. 'Supernatural' gets more serious with Funeralia, SURVIVOR: WORLDS APART Ep 8 Recap: Hali Ford Doing Jury Duty. Dean respects that, but Sasha then opens up to him, as people often do with Dean. Sam, you are a better man that most of the rest of us. As for Sam’s new role as leader….. well, he’s definitely a different kind of leader than Dean. Instead of ten different plot lines zigzagging through the episode, Glynn and director Darren Grant took their time, following each scene and letting the anticipation or suspense or fear or whatever emotion build before bringing it to a climax. I still want to punch Bobby in the face for what he said to you and you’re already trying to help him. no need to say any more. There was one – or rather two – things in this that really got to me. They also talk openly about the elephant always in the room – Michael. I tend to really appreciate the way Glynn characterizes Dean, and this episode is no exception. He hasn’t done any of the things that made me love Bobby Singer. Sam and Dean feel and act like Sam and Dean. It’s not like these folks were swimming in luxury back in the AU, or like they brought a lot over with them. As Mary and Bobby climb the stairs, Sam follows them with his eyes, trying to smile, then nervously glances at Dean as though to reassure himself that his brother is still here with him. The djinn attacks Dean, assuring him (and us) that he won’t hurt Michael’s favorite monkey suit, and reads his mind. After reading your review, I have to say you pointed out things that only emphasis what I believe is happening in the show. Dean mutters and Sam picks up his phone and starts dialing a number. Demon possession? Neither of them look convinced, and that’s heartbreaking. ... Supernatural recap: Sam and Dean live out a real-life horror movie. I still want to punch Bobby in the face for what he said to you and you’re already trying to help him. I did like that Sam and Mary are having more scenes together but it feels like it’s a little too late. With Season 15 of Supernatural bringing the series to an end, we trace the path of the Winchester brothers with one great segment per season from the beloved series’ 327-episode run. Dean (Mr. Be happy.” There are hugs and pats on the back, and the family theme plays, but it rings sort of hollow for me here. Now Mary really does know that Bobby’s got some issues. She always seems to be taking care of everyone else around her first, leaving her own sons to pick up their own pieces. Bobby and Dean are having their own conversation. I also saw a lot of adult fears in this episode — trying to let go the things you believe you can blame your parents for because of your troubled adult-life. When Dean asks him why, Neil says Dean told him to. Mary coming back had the potential to be such an emotional and powerful story line, but it has never entirely gelled for me. I just feel…numb. Dean could tell her about Lisa and Ben. Meanwhile, Dean … As for the AU hunters, its understandable they have no connection to Dean, he wasn’t there to shepherd them through the transition, maybe they are scared of him? I absolutely love the reciprocity of the brothers’ relationship and how that’s shown in these two back-to-back episodes. As long as we keep getting episodes where we see their relationship grow, I’m happy. Dean: And they’re checking in? It seems the writers are satisfying the legion of fans who enjoy having ‘the old Sam and Dean back together and hunting.’, Looking forward to exploring the rest of this season of this really great show. Grrrr. It left me as fascinated as I’ve been for fourteen years by the way Sam and Dean care about each other, and frustrated with all the people in the bunker who I don’t care about. I’m late to the party as I just found the emotional fortitude to watch the last two episodes. My emotional route into the show is through Sam and Dean, so it’s their pov on their mother that I feel as well. Latest movie tv news, celebrity gossip, sports tech news for geeks from the Movie TV Tech Geeks crew. It could be an interesting thing to explore – how does it feel to have someone who was SO important to you, who was like a father to you, whose death was incredibly painful, back suddenly? I tend to agree, that Michael is still present in Dean, in some way, shape or form. He tells Mary that if Bobby is closed off, there’s probably a reason, and maybe she should talk to him. The problem is, that doesn’t make me feel for her emotionally. I’m curious to see how Dean’s evolution continues to play out this season. Jim Beaver gets a pretty epic fight scene that ends with Bobby pinned to a tree with a blade. I am a Sam girl all the way, no matter what. The homeowner himself turns out to be comatose, taken care of by bubbly nurse Neil (Chris Patrick-Simpson). With Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Samantha Smith, Adrianne Palicki. Once again, they have to do the same thing to explain Mary’s absence since Samantha isn’t going to be in every episode this season (or the prior ones). Mary has more to say about Bobby, but like all the other AU hunters, I find myself not caring very much about this version of Bobby either. (The devil is in the details, as they say.) not unreasonable, but there been several scenes over the least few weeks where Dean’s been made to feel not welcome is his own home, when he fought to save them in their world. The Show has been guilty in the past for teeing something up and just leaving it (Example – Cas and the Big Empty. Ewww). We end the djinn saga with Dean unhooking Sasha’s dad and Sasha contemplating some forgiveness (which I can only hope is forthcoming from the dad as well, otherwise, ouch). I couldn’t wait for her reunion with her baby Sammy and Sam finally knowing his mom, but we never really got it. (Not that I don’t have things to critique, of course…). The episode didn’t leave me jumping up and down raving about my Show or even feeling happy. “You…” he mumbles, as Dean looks equally shocked. ~ Blessings! For that the djinn gets an upgrade, and is able to read minds and see nightmares and then make them come true. And that makes me sad. Then we’re in the overcrowded bunker, Chief Sam briefing a bunch of AU hunters. We've teamed up with Saje Flow to give our readers a 30-day life changing experience that could lead to you winning 3 months of life coaching. And we’re left with hmmmm that groundskeeper seems shady. ), shoots the djinn in the knee and pisses him off. I don’t have to say anything because you said it all, perfectly. That he’s still trying everyday to deal with the Mom he has versus the Mom he wants? So of course Sam Winchester, the brave brave Sam Winchester, heads for the attic. It plays out organically and realistically, and it gives us a beautiful glimpse into Dean’s headspace by paralleling him with Sasha. Excellent commentary, as always. It takes Sam a minute to realize that Dean means him, then he looks down almost shyly and a trace of a smile crosses his face. Thanks again. For that, the djinn gets an upgrade, and is able to read minds and see nightmares and then make them come true. They throw us a bone then pull the string as we go to grab it. Dean seems to be choosing life. I did a rewatch (like you have to do after the big reveal in the Sixth Sense) and yes, Glynn and actor Chris Patrick-Simpson were actually able to make it work by having the Djinn determined to play along. They haven’t fought together, he didn’t watch them grow up. She both loves them and is a stranger. If you feel an image was used without consent, please use our Contact Us section to let us know. The case itself ends up being pretty straightforward, with the episode monster being a djinn, something we haven’t seen in Supernatural in quite some time. The first red herring, but not the last – and I love that! Having to focus on these random folks as if they’re important for no other reason than they’re using Sam as a plot device to say, “See? And we see through his eyes when he finds Maggie. In return, Michael enhanced Neil’s djinn … Here they are, in this place that is an AU “to them,” and they have at their disposal all of the Men of Letters library and history–along with everything that add to Sam and Dean’s reputation. With no lamb’s blood anywhere, Dean manages to bludgeon the Djinn to death, with a deadpan delivery of “You don’t know my family.” I always thought Dean’s nightmare was the idea of burying Sam, but is there more? It’s all too different, and I feel like Show is asking me to forget just how different it is and love this Bobby like I loved the other one. Sam: We’re going to find Michael. I-I really, really do, but you're having some kind of psychotic breakdown, so, I...just –" Sam said. They’re not our Bobby and Charlie. Roku looks like they got a steal purchases Quibi's content for under $100 million dollars. They morph into the most adorable aw shucks representatives of the Historical Preservation Society you’ve ever seen. Sasha: My dad wasn’t the best person…. One of the challenges of television is that if the viewer doesn’t experience it, our pov doesn’t evolve either. This episode was smart and full of twists and turns and dead ends, which is just how I like my Show. Conventional Djinn feeding is stringing someone up influencing their thoughts while gradually draining their victim dry over time. Not to mention all the sleep he is sacrificing to make this all work. so happy to see that it was consistent throughout. AJAY Usually, mostly. She’s Dean in her avoidance and use of substances, and she’s Dean when she rebuffs his attempts to talk with a “Not really up for a heart to heart.”. . I liked this episode far more than I was expecting to, which isn’t saying much since my expectations for this season are quite low, but the focus on the Mary-Bobby (is it Mobby or Bary? Here I am with the last rant of the week - Supernatural. and that this has all been a test to see if he’s been upholding his part of the deal. Mary was hyper-focused on Dean in those early S12 episodes. He senses when Sam needs to hear that he’s doing a good job, especially when someone who is NOT a father figure to them but feels like it keeps telling him that he isn’t. Mentoring his little brother silently but effectively. It’s….confusing. ). I want to, I do – but I don’t. She’s hunting alone for some reason, and not very competently. There are way too many of them and I don’t like them in the bunker and that all translates into me just not caring very much what happens to them. It’s not, however, adorable that Sam isn’t getting enough sleep. * Particularly when there is no way to explain away how they’re managing to feed and clothe all these extra people unless they’re selling off some of the vintage automobiles in the bunker’s garage. He’s protective, encouraging Sam to sleep and eat and take care of himself, but he’s very gentle about it, without any put-downs. I *love* this show, but the AU hunters and dopplegangers of characters we loved and lost are exhausting to me. I never felt that Michael just “left” Dean’s body cause he was enjoying it way too much. He’s lived a different life, he doesn’t even know Sam and Dean. Also, I am thinking if Maggie was never in the story again I would never ask where she went. And yet not back, because this looks like Bobby and talks like Bobby and is surly like Bobby, but this is NOT Bobby. (Brilliant dialogue here, the progression of those three pronouns perfectly encapsulating Dean’s struggle to not take responsibility for what Michael did!). Neil set himself up in the home of Patrick Rawling, using his powers to put the man into a coma that was the apparent result of a stroke. What if what’s playing out was more or less set up by the nefarious two? Yes yes, those small moments and these actors’ ability to infuse them with so much emotional meaning are what makes this show the extraordinary thing it is. And the talk between Mary and Bobby was so reflective of what the Winchester brothers have lived through or off-screen talked about. The one that Lucifer supposedly welched on? I want my bad ass Cass back. Like everyone else, I don’t really care about the AU people. The focus in Western culture has been on the djinn or genie's ability to grant wishes, which originated in the tales from the book One Thousand and One Nights. Let‘s see what ideas Show throws at us then , Intriguing — and terrifying! It could be an interesting thing to explore – how does it feel to have someone who was SO important to you, who was like a father to you, whose death was incredibly painful, back suddenly? I wanted these scenes when Mary first returned. Check out all our books on Supernatural, including, Family Don’t End With Blood, written by the, actors themselves, at the links on the home page. Thanks, Lynn, for sharing your impressions of the “Nightmare Logic” episode. We don’t get to find out, because Dean channels all that rage we know he’s holding inside and bashes the djinn’s head in. He’s all awkward when Dean walks in, which is telling – Sam is clearly not comfortable being the leader when Dean is around. The brothers switch back and forth throughout the series, one of them stepping up and the other standing back and supporting, then vice versa. Anyway, Sam and Mary find a pile of discarded IDs and realize they’re from a hunter, who’s nowhere to be seen. I was excited about the potential for the AU being a way to bring back beloved characters who I think it was a mistake to kill off, but I’m not sure it really works. I mean, I wouldn’t want to keep attacking Dean Winchester’s little brother when that gets you a Dean Winchester who looks this angry, Bobby, just sayin. By Samantha Highfill Unlike some of the comments, I guess I have a different take or level of acceptance of all the AU folks being in the bunker. Obviously a lot of baggage there. THAT bugs me more than the unreality of all the people being in the bunker. I did the Sixth Sense thing, too! Nifty! So many ways that could go, but makes one think that Michael just might be sitting dormant there just setting up the hunters until he has a chance to pull the plug on the Winchesters. He offers a sincere “I’m sorry.” And some advice. It’s those little things that let me know that the actors also realize that Sam and Dean can’t be as okay with this as they’re trying to seem. I think the Djinn saw Michael in Dean’s head. Sam could tell her stories about college and Jessica. She could still be alive. Dean’s learned to let it go, but that doesn’t mean all that pain, horror, and trauma doesn’t exist inside his head. There are nightmare things. I’m pretty sure my husband thought I was crazy. You only sleep 3 hours a night. Not making dinner, cleaning the bunker or doing their laundry. Their final moments are upon them. She does the classic trip-and-fall-over-nothing trope and gives up, hands over her head waiting to die – but the hallway is now empty. Love your reviews, Lynn, and agree with everything here. Get out of the bunker”. They explore the Rawlings family’s private cemetery, Sam explaining to Dean what a walker is and Dean indignantly retorting “I know what a walker is, Sam!” Then it’s into the crypt by flashlight where they find marks of someone being dragged across the floor. We wouldn’t need to hear it all, just a word here and there. We don’t get to find out, because Dean channels all that rage we know he’s holding inside and bashes the djinn’s head in. It pains me to say that I also don’t feel the way I think Show wants me to feel about AU!Bobby. As you succinctly state, Show is trying to make us care about all of these extra hangers-on merely by their proximity to Dean and Sam, and I’m sorry, that’s not how you get your audience invested in new people littering the screen. It’s scary and disturbing just like it was in What Is And What Should Never Be (back when Show had the best titles EVER) but just as Dean’s eyes go white, the djinn looks positively stricken and pulls back, clearly shocked. Neil tells Dean he wouldn't hurt Michael's favorite "monkey suit", but is curious to know what Dean's nightmares are and tries to use his power on Dean. She remembers an entirely different life with John and the young Dean and Sam so to adjust and understand the life they had to grow up in is going to take a bit of time to grasp if ever. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. Do TPTB pay attention to what you say at all? Thank god for benzos. Best guess, it’s the combination of Dean’s many deaths and other sundry ‘fun’ experiences. But this Bobby hasn’t earned my love, or even my caring about him. Meanwhile, Sasha hears noises in the attic but when she goes to investigate, a vampire attacks her. She is 100% done with the Winchesters’ B.S. Bobby is not Bobby and Charlie is not Charlie. One year ago, Dean moved to Lisa's house to live a normal, "apple-pie" life with Lisa and her son Ben, as recommended by Sam, working as a construction worker. It’s funny that the whole premise of this episode was that “everyone deals with their worst nightmare” and yet nothing happened to Mary, really, besides her having to spend time with her two sons. There was a lot of that in this episode, and I appreciate every moment. Thanks, Debbie, That sounds actually pretty plausible… would be an interesting twist for sure! Bobby is even more surly than those ‘The Bobbys are surly’ were in that weird version of heaven. At least Dean is getting some really good scenes and character development so far, which is good because they owe us that much after hyping Jensen playing a different character and then having him play Michael for less screen time than he was Demon!Dean (and no, I do not trust the showrunner to address this adequately with his overarching “vision’ for this season). As a parent, as hard as it is to let go because you alway see your childern as 12-year-olds, you have to let them step out and be the person they need to be (in the shadows, being supportive but not being over protective) That is what I see Dean doing with Sam. We didn’t see her react when he staggered back into being himself, and we haven’t seen her ask Sam how he’s doing either. This episode was smart and full of twists and turns and dead ends, which is just how I like my Show. She tells the Winchesters about it, and they’re even more confused. At this point, Sam and Dean are stoic about their mother leaving, because that’s pretty much what she does. A shady seeming groundskeeper appears with a dangerous looking pitchfork and the boys have to come up with an explanation on the spot. Cas's body seized as blue fire coursed into his eyes, filling them with the djinn's poison. Once again you captured everything I liked and disliked about this episode (and even this season so far). Sure enough, she’s attacked and taken down by something that looks like a ghoul. I do not like them in the bunker. In my living room. She’s done the grand gesture (trying to kill herself in lieu of them with Billy, punching out Lucifer)… but it’s not the kind of daily emotional effort they actually are craving. I cringed at the use of the word “home” because the bunker is NOT their home, all the AU hunters. And their needs are emotional, not physical. Neil is a djinn and he’s killing hunters. That’s been consistent for the past few episodes and I really hope it stays that way. Sorry, Maggie. The second season of Supernatural, an American dark fantasy television series created by Eric Kripke, premiered on September 28, 2006, and concluded on May 17, 2007, airing 22 episodes.The season focuses on protagonists Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) as they track down Azazel, the demon responsible for the deaths of their mother Mary and father John. Poor Sam keeps being paired up with the AU people we don’t care about and can be relatively certain aren’t going anywhere for a while. There are way too many of them, and I don’t like them in the bunker and that all translates into me just not caring very much what happens to them. (The same advice Sam has clearly given himself when it comes to his brother). But this Bobby hasn’t earned my love, or even my caring about him. Sasha makes herself a stiff drink, then whirls on Dean, who is making lots of noise with his knife sharpening (while perched provocatively on a chair arm….). Sam and Dean bring Maggie back to the bunker (I refuse to say “home”) and the other AU hunters welcome her with hugs and smiles. In fact, this episode also wonderfully complements the last episode, in which Sam gets to show his protective side and his knowledge of his brother by taking care of Dean – and getting him out on the road on a hunt he can win. Sam manages to machete the vampire into dust and free Maggie. Directed by Philip Sgriccia. Dean: How? Damian is specifically aiming to take the team to Hell, which "is a backdoor to Purgatory," where Djinn is trapped. It’s….weird. Mary, sadly is not the Parent our boys deserve; every episode, I hope, every episode, she disappoints. Sasha: I’m just gonna go make that sandwich…. Just loving that finally the boys are being allowed to grow up and mature, well done show, never saw that coming but nicely played! She has literally lived another life. I mean, I wouldn’t want to keep attacking Dean Winchester’s little brother when that gets you a Dean Winchester who looks this angry, Bobby, just sayin. Ackles and Padalecki are such nuanced actors that we can see Sam and Dean’s ambivalence as they watch their mother leave again too. They are, praise the lord, still talking to each other openly. Anyway, Sam and Mary find a pile of discarded IDs and realize they’re from a hunter, who’s nowhere to be seen. It makes sense that, even if it’s in an awkward way or with very few words, that they would try to take care of each other (and not just by stitching up wounds). It left me wanting desperately to know what’s going on with Dean and what’s in his head (some part of Michael? With that being said, I, too, am a little tired of all the new characters now interspersed in the story. He almost takes a back seat to Sam, allowing him to exercise his leadership muscles, but he’s right there, paying close attention. Almost. I enjoy their episodes so much! Great review and wonderfully stated. It’s so simple, so complicated, so tragic and beautiful, and I can’t seem to get enough of it. I do not like any of them. Shifter? The only time we heard about a vampire was when NurseDjinn used one to scare off the daughter. But being a mother by caring and wanting to understand and listen to their life story that she missed. It's at this point in the conversation Roundhouse drops a reference to Supernatural, one of The CW's biggest shows, saying, "This is some straight-up Sam and Dean stuff." Bobby tells Sam that he realizes this job is no picnic and that he doesn’t know if he himself ever had it in him – but that Sam does. –Now, where the $ came from for all this tech like the new cameras, monitors, and cell phones is beyond me. And she even KNEW it was painful with her emphasis on coming back if called, but she did it anyway. He says he’s been trying to get past what “I…we…HE did” and that he was starting to feel like himself again. Well as always you got it exactly the way I feel about it all. Although Sasha is initially confused, Dean entices her to leave the room and pulls his gun on Neil. Another possibility on the table! Storyline needs to focuse on what a 35-plus adult might be facing because they have lived (survived) their 20s. Maggie was attacked by the “old man” and strung up. Still Dean found it in his incredibly large and forgiving heart, to wish her happiness. I never liked the AU “hunters” (using that term very lightly) setting up camp in the bunker. It’s scary and disturbing just like it was in What Is And What Should Never Be (back when Show had the best titles EVER) but just as Dean’s eyes go white, the djinn looks positively stricken and pulls back, clearly shocked. Ewww). Then someone realizes Bobby has once again disappeared and Mary goes off to find him. Exhaust smoke begins filling the garage. 2020 brought many changes to social media influencer marketing. Spot on review, Lynn! I absolutely love the reciprocity of the brothers’ relationship and how that’s shown in these two back-to-back episodes. Dean doesn’t hesitate to defend Sam again, saying that he’s doing his best – better than his best! Mary to the rescue, then Bobby to Mary’s rescue (pulling out that blade? It’s sad that Mary wasn’t really able to do that, and that the show wasn’t able to really make me understand why. Supernatural 14.05 Nightmare Logic, Supernatural ‘Optimism’ – Some Laughs, Some Feels and A Bit of Head Scratching, What The Hell Did He See In Dean’s Head? Sorry, Maggie. They come to the house to see the owner and find Mary and Bobby already there. This is a great scene, playing out slowly as I mentioned. If Michael is trying to break Dean what better way. Viewers keep looking at the “glory days” and wonder what happened. Dean Winchester is an alpha male and can’t take a back seat for too long. They are not the “two boys he raised, and they grew up great, they grew up heroes.” This Bobby doesn’t love them like his own sons. He offers a sincere “I’m sorry.” And some advice. How could a mother walk out on her clearly traumatised son, who has pleaded with her repeatedly for a connection and her affection. Two in a row, yeah, I dig it. Sure enough, she’s attacked and taken down by something that looks like a ghoul. Bobby tells Sam that he realizes this job is no picnic and that he doesn’t know if he himself ever had it in him – but that Sam does. Dean respects that, but Sasha then opens up to him, as people often do with Dean. I understood AU Bobby better at the end of this episode. Sam and Dean investigate a case that leads them to a devout religious family that lives off the grid. We end with the brothers, because Meredith knows how much this means to me and that this is how Supernatural should always end. I spent the whole hour talking out loud to myself, taking in each twist and turn as it came in an attempt to figure out what was going on. Out of all the former monsters, Jenny was once the innocent human that Sam and Dean tried to save, but was turned into a vampire. "Look, I wanna help you, all right. I have to say it was at this point last season I had a lot of hope for the season and was very dispointed. That’s a familiar combination for this Show, and it feels right – my own emotions about all three of those things let me know that I’m still as passionate about Supernatural as ever. Mentoring his little brother silently but effectively. He’s clearly talking about both the trauma of his childhood and the recent trauma of being taken for a ride by Michael and all the awful things the archangel has done since. I loved Dean praising and being protective of Sam. Female superheroes have come into their own lately and here is a tribute to the best ones out there. In fact, this episode also wonderfully complements the last episode, in which Sam gets to show his protective side and his knowledge of his brother by taking care of Dean – and getting him out on the road on a hunt he can win. Interesting theory. The look of resignation on his face when she was leaving again was painful. I love feeling like oooh I can’t wait for next week’s episode, maybe we’ll find out a little more! BuzzFeed includes FDEWB in their list of books that will change your life! The guilt, blame, not wanting the life. Just spitballing here – there was a scene last season – before Michael took up residence in Chez Dean – where Lucifer and Michael met up and made a deal? They’ve played their final card and Chuck is announcing curtain call. That little movement of his hands? And we see through his eyes when he finds Maggie. The episode didn’t leave me jumping up and down raving about my Show or even feeling happy. And Sam keeps looking back to make sure his safety net is there but still inches out to the ledge because he needs to in order to live/survive. That would go a long way in my accepting Mary as their mother. He hasn’t done any of the things that made me love Bobby Singer. It’s also weird, though I assume we’re supposed to assume that Mary has had some conversation with Dean over the weeks that have passed, but we’ve never seen it. 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