ILoveReading March 10, 2017 Share March 10, 2017 (edited) 8 hours ago, Lemuria said: ILoveReading, I'm hoping that Dean's agreement at the end is that he knows now that both Mary and Sam are allying themselves with the BMoL and if he wants them to stay safe--and we know that is important to him--he needs to be there when they are hunting with the BMoL ( or with info from the British twits). If that's the case, I'll be interested in seeing what happens if Dean decides, "Nope, they're useless and we can't rely on them or their intel," but Sam and Mary want to keep working with them. I wish I could feel this way, but so far everything has been straight up. What you see is what you get. Sam appears to have drunk the koolaide. He can tell himself its on his terms but is it really? Especially if he's not questioning anything. Right now, Sam and Dean seem to have signed up to be puppets. They might not have the strings attached like Mary does but right now, its 'here's a hunt. Go' 'Sir, yes sir.' It seems Dabb really does believe these guys are the good guys, and I wouldn't be surprised to see Dean also start sipping from the cup they they hand him. It seems like all of Dean's inner circle are lying to him at this point. Mary lied, Sam lied, Cas lied and Crowley (admittingly to Sam too). That was another thing that bothered me about this episode. It totally undermined 12.12 (which Perez also wrote). Cas decided that the Winchesters are this home. Dean even said 'let go home." But I guess its "nope not really because my "blood family' wants me back. Family doesn't end with blood really feels empty after that. Edited March 10, 2017 by ILoveReading 1 Link to comment
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