DittyDotDot October 14, 2014 Share October 14, 2014 A group of teenagers decide to go after the demon bounty of Dean. I always forget about this episode. There are some good funny bits, but mostly I watch it thinking "I don't care how far apart Sam and Dean are, no way that Dean doesn't figure this out sooner." If they wanted to me to believe Dean wouldn't know it was Sam, they needed to do it earlier in the season--before or after Fallen Idols--the boys were back to a better place by this time in the season, so it just doesn't work for me. It's kinda weird for me to see Gary when Dean would have been seeing Sam (even though it was really Gary), but I also don't know how they could have done it differently, so that's not really a complaint exactly, just an observation. I also thought it would have made more sense if it had been Dean that got to see the "apple-pie" life wasn't all it's cracked up to be since it was him questioning it here. And, I think they hit the Sam is a boring pissy-pants that never smiles or has any fun what so ever far too hard and in the end I'm really not sure why that's funny. I won't even go into the whole "empty vessel" nonsense because that just opens up a whole can of worms that still doesn't make sense and probably never will. All that being said, the actress who plays the girl that gets possessed was superb! As were the other two teenage-playing actors. And I happen to think the opening sequence is kinda funny and Jared played the gag well. I also liked meeting their old babysitter and it was funny when Sam asked Dean if he still had a crush on their babysitter--I love Dean's shifty-eyed little "No...weird"--he totally still has a thing for their babysitter, IMO. ;) 2 Link to comment
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