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  1. Do share the author - it sounds like a great read.
  2. I would also hope that even IF there was some "Winchester connection" series, that it would have a whole new set of producers, writers, and an sane showrunner. In other words NO FUCKING BADD!!!! I could see them trying for a second generation "Dean" training young adults in hunting. I wouldn't care for it, but some younger fans may.
  3. No, they have a built-in line that basically says that any actor not available doesn't refund any money paid for seats; just for photos. In other words, good luck seeing who you paid to see.
  4. That will be a lot easier if he forgoes any future conventions in person. If the questions are censored by someone in an online Stagit convention, he has a better chance. I say - move on completely from Supernatural and conventions.
  5. Something tells me that Kim Manners saw Jensen's talents and probably encouraged him to bring more than what's on the page.
  6. Yes, we have so many more creative people on this site than in the so-called "professional" writers' room. I really, really hope that Badd's new show crashes and burns after one episode!
  7. You are so right! I think I die a little bit when he does onscreen. I was thinking about his mother. I would imagine that she (and other family) watches her son in his show. How in God's name could she watch that???? Yes, I know, acting, fiction. But still, if I'm still crying thinking about that death scene, how must it affect his mother? Today I watched "Bad Boys" on TNT, and so help me, in the end scene when Sam mentions to Dean how much he gives up for Sam and family, I started tearing up and thought - I'll say, he gave up his life for saving people/hunting things. It still seems so wrong. ๐Ÿ˜ฅ
  8. My guess is, honestly, that many former fans who long since left the show (probably because of its decline in the Badd years), did come back to see how it ended. The long run of Supernatural will probably never be challenged by any supernatural/fantasy show in the US. I believe it will stand as the longest run.
  9. This! Badd probably couldn't help himself - I think he hated envied Jensen that much. So he did to Dean what he couldn't do to Jensen. Such a small man! And yes, Jared's profuse love of the finale doesn't shed a light on him either.
  10. Do you think that Covid was the reason? Or maybe the long break between Ep 18 - Cas' sendoff and the two separate "finales"? I'm aware that Badd is the most one-dimensional writer/showrunner that still has a job, but something more was missing, like you said. Thoughts?
  11. I thought it was verrry interesting that Mark Sheppard was featured prominently and no sign of Mark Pellegrino! I give major props to MS for taking the high road and appearing in their finale special. I would like to think that he did so for his many, many fans who wished they could have seen Crowley in the final seasons. Way to go, Mark!!
  12. I'm going to say it could have been worse. Of course they ended with the song that usually began the season finale. I mentioned in a post way back when that that's the way it should be done. But my God, Jensen, what an actor you are! You've created the most memorable character I can even imagine. You gave us a death scene that moved me to tears. Dean got his peace when you were he was done. Dire Straits' "Brothers in Arms" really did me in. A dear friend of mine, Will, loved that song and sang it while playing a guitar. He died too soon, so double whammy for me. The hunt/death was mundane, but I've read fanfic that depicted that kind of mundane death for one of the brothers, so sometimes shit happens. I would have preferred "Butch & Sundance" - a scene where they're surrounded, but don't know it, and go out to kill the monsters. But for that, Speight would have to be the director, since he's the one who rips off pays homage to other films. I expected Sam to die honorably and Dean be left alone - his worst fear - so all in all, I have to admit that this set better with me. I suspect we would have seen several of Dean's friends/family in Heaven, but you know, Covid. ๐Ÿ˜ž It certainly wasn't a finale for the ages, but we knew we wouldn't get that from Badd, so I guess I'll take Dean sitting in his Baby, driving down Heaven's highways - peace when he was done.
  13. O yeah, the wine comes out tonight. Love drinking games - unfortunately they get the better of me. ๐Ÿ˜ž From your list, @gonzosgirrl, I'll be having several glasses! And if Dean dies in any non heroic way, I'll try to find a real witch with real magic, and see what horrible spell we can cast upon Badd!!!!
  14. Thanks for that wonderful article. I'm so sorry for the loss of your brother. Supernatural is truly a family and I'm so happy that you were able to share that with him. The cons are also great and my daughters and I enjoyed several of them in my hometown area of Chicago.
  15. I think this is going to be a tough night for me. Watching since day one. ๐Ÿ™
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