DittyDotDot October 14, 2014 Share October 14, 2014 (edited) People in Bobby's town are coming back from the dead, but Bobby insists nothing is wrong. I adore this episode. I love seeing Bobby's wife and her making all those pies and I adore Bobby in this episode. I love how he wants to believe that nothing bad is going on--and I love he combed his hair and trimmed his beard and took off his grody trucker hat for her--but he's also prepared to take care of it if does go south (which it always goes south, so that's no surprise). I also love Dean and Bobby running and hiding from the zombies, there's some really funny stuff there. There's also some really nice camera work in this episode that is rarely seen since we lost Kim Manners. My only real irritation with the episode is that: 1--it was supposed to air before My Bloody Valentine so the transition from Sam doing a second detox while Dean is praying for help because he lost his last vestige of hope to hunting zombies is a bit jarring. 2--Death raising these people from the dead still makes no sense to me. Which leads to another irritation about S5 in general: angels and demons alike are trying to find Sam and Dean to compel them to say "yes", but Cass branded their ribs to hide them. Okay, fine. But, both sides know where Bobby Singer lives and knows that he's an ally to the boys and knows sooner or later they'll show up at Bobby Singer's dwelling in the lush rainforests of South Dakota--why the hell didn't either side think of staking out Bobby Singer's place? I know, it's fiction and these things happen, but this episode just reminds me of how silly this was. Anyway, this is a good episode overall. If nothing else, it gave us Sheriff Mills, who I totally adore! Edited October 14, 2014 by DittyDotDot 3 Link to comment
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