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Supernatural 3.12 - Jus In Bello
Nothing brings our boys together faster than a common adversary. And nothing brings out the best in our boys better than a good fight. Add in the smart, implacable FBI man that is Victor Henriksen, the virtuous virgin with a healthy respect for the Devil that is Nancy Fitzgerald, and the two girls we mostly love to hate, and you have all the elements needed to craft one of the most awesome episodes of Supernatural ever! Oh, and it doesn't hurt to have Sera Gamble writing the script, either.

How much did I love this episode? Probably just about as much as you did. :) It was exciting, suspenseful, and action-packed, with moments that left me gasping in shock. It was also funny, heartbreaking, and mytharc-heavy, with moments both poignant and proud that left me desperate to hug Sam and especially Dean so very, very tight! Oh, boys.

This show keeps making it harder for me to like Bela. I really do appreciate her consistency, the way she is unrelentingly in it for herself, and she makes me laugh. Surprisingly, I didn't completely hate her after she shot Sam, told Gordon where to find the boys, or stole the Colt, or even, perhaps worst of all, when she invaded Sam's dreams to mack on our precious puppy. But after this week, Bela? We are so over! Bitch.

I loved having Henriksen back, and not just because he gave me the boys in handcuffs and chains. :) He is obviously a good man who has given up every hope of personal happiness to fight the good fight, to save the rest of us. Yes, people, he's Dean Winchester. Whoa, who knew? And, of course, I will forgive him his understandably misguided view of the boys, because he redeemed himself completely as soon as he was convinced of the truth. And how cool was it to watch Dean and Henriksen fight side by side and back to back, the proverbial comrades in arms? I pretty much fell in love with Victor as the episode went on. Which, of course, meant he had to die. *sighs*

Actually, the way Henriksen clung to his belief that Sam and Dean were the bad guys was very similar to Dean's unshakable belief that all demons, including Ruby, are evil. And I'm still not sure I disagree. I found Ruby to be insufferable in this episode. Yes, I believe that she was willing to sacrifice herself to save Sam (with Dean only along for the ride), but she's still a demon, after all, and her world view is necessarily skewed because of it. I did not find her logic compelling. Besides, she was condescending, rude, and pissy, and she left right before things got really bad. I think her demon-killing knife might have come in handy, y'know? When she came back at the end, I just wanted to tell her to shut up.

I am 100% with Dean (and Henriksen) on this one, you do not lower yourselves to the level of your worst enemy, and you do not entertain the notion of acceptable collateral damage. No sacrificial virgins! Just as in Houses of the Holy, right and wrong do not change with the circumstances. I was so proud of Dean when he held fast about this! And I'm a little concerned that Sam seemed to think things might be negotiable. Again, this takes me back to HOTH, when Sam was willing to kill at the behest of what he thought was an angel from God. I find it curious that the more traditionally faithful of the brothers is the one with the fuzzy view of the rules. And just to be absolutely clear, it wasn't Dean's fault all those people died, it was Lilith's.

I really liked the supporting characters in this one, especially Nancy. The actress who portrayed her captured her mix of innocence, faith, fear, and courage perfectly, and I fell in love with her, too, during the demon siege. Which, of course, well, you know. *sighs* I was kind of hoping that Dean was going to go back later and make sure she could never be a target again, if you know what I mean. :) How cute was the exchange where Dean could not wrap his mind around the concept of an adult who was still a virgin, and where Nancy defiantly asserted that it was by choice?

So, let's talk about the boys. Dean was my hero in this episode. He was the Dean with whom I first fell in love, the Dean who puts on a brave face, using his snarky humor not only as a shield for himself, but also to deflect attention away from Sammy. The Dean who doesn't care what people think of him, as long as he gets the job done and kills the big bad. The Dean who never gives up in the face of his own cynicism, even when he's up against seemingly impossible odds. And most of all, he was the Dean who has a code of honor, and never wavers from it. Like I said, my hero.

And Sam blew me away. I was worried that with the way they switched the order of the last two episodes, Sam's characterization would seem off somehow, but it totally worked. I loved how Sam was all about the silent and intense brooding, giving everyone those baleful looks that made even me nervous. I could really believe that this was a man who had spent every day of the past months hunting and killing. How crafty was he, totally turning on the puppy dog eyes to lure Nancy over, and then, just when she gives in to trusting him, attacking her to snag her rosary? I never expected it, and I loved it. And then with the latinating!! Three separate, glorious times, and from memory, no less. *swoons*

I'm not usually a big fan of fight scenes, but when they opened the doors to the demon horde, it was a thing of beauty. Dean, Sam, and Henriksen were all beyond awesome to watch, and I especially loved the filming technique they used that showed the flying salt and holy water to such great effect. I had no idea what the plan was, but when it all came together, it rocked! Nothing's sexier than men conquering evil, if you ask me. Rowr.

There were a number of exceptional moments in this episode. When Henriksen insulted John, and both boys sat up and took notice. BDW may have been a bastard, but don't dishonor his memory with either of our boys!



When Groves came in and shot Dean! What?! And Sammy, instantly coming to Dean's rescue, with deadly speed and unerring instincts. When Henriksen asked Nancy if she was okay, and she first nodded yes, and then, poignantly, shook her head no, her eyes filling with tears. Sammy's bitchface, when Dean said, "But you didn't shoot the deputy." hee! Henriksen's complete acceptance, when Dean said, "I owe you the biggest I told you so ever." Dean's realization that Sam has been keeping secrets from him, and with Ruby, no less. Not to mention Sam's silence in response. Ouch. And finally, the beautiful moment at the end, where Dean looks to the heavens as if to say, what more do you want from me, God? Broke. My. Heart.



Random thoughts: Dean's gun is pretty. What is Bela up to with the Colt? I loved Dean's wanted poster, Blue Steel mug shot, hilarious aliases, and all. Did you notice how Dean was fine with Ruby being vaporized as part of the spell? He only objected when human sacrifice was required. And finally, Sam in nothing but a beautiful, short-sleeved tee, again! Somebody up in Vancouver loves us, girls! :)


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Screen caps courtesy of marishna and oxoniensis, with my thanks!

I bow to Kripke's wisdom on this one, this was the perfect ending to the pre-strike season. Lots to fangirl over, lots to ponder. I don't even want to think about the torture that is this upcoming hiatus, but at least we do have some new episodes to anticipate. Thanks for the ride, Kripke, I hope we can do this again, and soon!

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sarie_wanderer From: sarie_wanderer Date: February 24th, 2008 12:51 am (UTC) (Link)
I loved the scene with the boys in the jail cell (granted, I loved every scene, but this one in particular). I love that despite how annoying it was to do so, they maneuvered so that Dean was sitting closest to the bars, because he would obviously be the one doing the talking and it was kind of like him always taking the bed closest to the door. I loved how miserable Sam looked and how the conversation between Dean and Henriksen was all snark from Dean until Henriksen threatened him with never seeing Sam again, and then it was just a quiet, frustrated "You've got the wrong guys".

I wonder how much of Sam's willingness to go along with Ruby's plans had to do with Dean. I mean, it's one thing to have your brother die, but knowing that when Dean dies he's going to hell might make Sam a little more desparate.

I was very sad that they all died in the end anyway. And then to have someone lay the blame for that at the boys' feet again. *sigh* I'm not sure who's more annoying in that regard: Ruby in this episode or Bela in RSaM with her one step away from serial killers comment. Oh, wait a minute, I do know - Bela *suppressing rant about that stupid stupid comment*

And watching the boys kick ass was awesome. And the fact that Dean said his wound felt awesome was awesome. Yeah, this episode didn't help my awesoming-way-too-often problem at all.

And Dean, you might want to reiterate that question to Sam "Anything else you didn't tell me?" (I might be quoting this wrong, but my husband's hogging the tv and I can't check). Cause the answer is a big ol" YEAH. Just a few things Sam might have forgotten to mention.

And oh, that t-shirt...
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: February 24th, 2008 02:08 am (UTC) (Link)
I agree with you completely about the jail cell, and of course there was nothing accidental about that. I feel like Dean has come out of his fog and is back to not only fighting for his own life, but protecting Sam at every turn as well. It was so cute that of course they had to go through that whole comedy with the chains, rather than just sit the opposite way. :)

That killed me, how Henriksen broke Dean with the threat of never seeing Sam again. I hated him in that moment.

I loved how Sam, always silent, was impassive at first, barely glancing at Henriksen, but as soon as Henriksen started talking about the Super Max and them being separated, he earned Sam's most intense stare. And then, when he made that insinuation about John, man, if looks could kill! I would not want Sammy mad at me, that's for sure.

I think you have a point about Sam's desperation. Any rationalization is going to sound reasonable if it means he can save Dean. Just as it was his desperation to see himself as a force for good rather than evil that made him believe in the concept of an angel of vengeance in HOTH. But I honestly think Dean would never make a similar choice. He's a warrior, not a philosopher, and as such his code is set in stone. His beliefs about right and wrong will always be in black and white. They form the framework of his existence, and must be unassailable.

I've actually always liked Bela better than Ruby, but I'm really angry at both of them right now. Bela needs to spend some quality time being tortured, and OMG, Ruby needs to just SHUT UP!

I loved the look on Sam's face when he looked at Dean's back after he got shot, it was so full of concern. *smishes boys* And I completely overuse awesome as well. How can you not? As a word, it's just so, well, awesome! LOL!

Word to Sam and his secrets! He had good reason to look so guilty, didn't he? The secrets just keep piling up, and each one is bigger than the last. Dean is gonna be pissed.
bananabehr From: bananabehr Date: February 24th, 2008 01:01 am (UTC) (Link)
You're so right! This was very much a season 1 Dean, the only thing that you could really argue that didn't fit was Sammy not protesting when Dean went to the car alone. But even that, there were innocents involved, it wasn't just about SamnDean, so the greater good came first. Dean is my hero. Clepto!Sammy and Latin!From Memory Sammy was freakin awesome!!!*swoon*

And 2 months is TOOO long. *sigh* Rewatch, here I come!!
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: February 24th, 2008 02:15 am (UTC) (Link)
I think maybe Sam didn't even know Dean went out to the Impala. He was busy making the devil's traps in the other room at the time, and they showed him still spray painting when Dean came running back inside.

I agree, Sam showed mad skillz, didn't he? Competence is so very sexy!

Yeah, two months is a very long time. *holds DVDs tight*
oceantriana From: oceantriana Date: February 24th, 2008 01:40 am (UTC) (Link)
I've disliked Bela from the beginning. When is Dean going to shoot her?? Hopefully that will be in the cards in the next 4 episodes.

I was kind of hoping that Dean was going to go back later and make sure she could never be a target again, if you know what I mean.

I thought for sure that Nancy and Dean would end up hooking up in a later episode...but then they had to go and kill her. *sighs* They always kill the good supporting characters. Why can't they kill the annoying ones (i.e. Ruby or Bela)???

Ruby was beyond annoying in this episode. Up to this point, she was growing on me, but after the very last scene, I just wanted to smack her.

He was the Dean with whom I first fell in love,

*smushes him* Yep - that's why I'm a DeanGirl. :D
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: February 24th, 2008 02:36 am (UTC) (Link)
When is Dean going to shoot her??

LOL! Really! Jared shot his own girlfriend right between the eyes for the show, and I didn't even have a huge problem with her character! :) I was beginning to like Ruby okay after MM (yeah, I'm not even going to try to get that title right), but now I'm back to pretty much hating her. I wonder if they'll ever have an episode where the girls meet. If so, I wonder if it will turn out that they have a backstory together. Hmm.

As someone else said (sorry, I can't remember who), there will now be masses of Dean and Nancy fanfics, starting with the one where they did it in the storage closet so Ruby can't have any second thoughts about putting her Plan B into action. :)
oceantriana From: oceantriana Date: February 25th, 2008 07:02 pm (UTC) (Link)
LOL at Dean and Nancy fanfics! That would have been awesome if Dean would have thought of that during the episode...then we might have gotten a little Nekkid!Dean. :D
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: February 25th, 2008 07:08 pm (UTC) (Link)
Not only that, but Nekkid!Dean with tattoo! *passes out*
oceantriana From: oceantriana Date: February 25th, 2008 07:12 pm (UTC) (Link)
OMG!!!! Yes, please! *drools at thought*

Damn Kripke and Co. for not putting a storage closet scene in JiB!!!!!
jeannev From: jeannev Date: February 24th, 2008 02:48 am (UTC) (Link)
Its really strange, but when this season started, I was OK on Bela, and really against Ruby. But as the season goes on, its Ruby that I'm OK with, and the Bela must Die! Gahd, such an insufferable bitch (and honestly, not a very good actress).

I wasn't feeling Ruby so much in this episode, but then I have to remember that she's not exactly been in touch with her humanity to quite this degree in a long time. She thinks about surviving, and coming out on top, not so much what you have to do to achieve that goal. Keeping that in mind, I got her in this episode. Even if it wasn't one of her more likeable appearances.

Henrikson was awesome. I'm in complete denial over his death. Please, please let him be alive. What a compelling actor, with tremendous presence.

Awww, Nancy :( I wanted her to have that opportunity to "have so much sex".

"I shot the sheriff"

How many people watching SPN across the country said Dean's next line before he did? I know I did.

I thought this was a great, taut, suspenseful episode, and the a really good way to go into a long hiatus.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: February 24th, 2008 03:55 am (UTC) (Link)
Hey! What are you doing here?! LOL! Did I already know you watched this show? I'm so happy to see you!

I agree that Ruby is totally being true to her nature. She's a demon who is struggling to stay in touch with whatever scrap of humanity still resides within her, and as you say, her actions in this situation are understandable. As usual, you articulate my thoughts before I even realize I'm having them, and I'm reduced to a feeble, "what she said!" :) I just don't want the boys to give in and let Ruby start calling the shots.

It just kills me that they spent this episode letting us truly meet Henriksen for the first time, and discover he's one of the good guys, only to immediately rip him from our grasp! I really felt like he and Dean were destined to become soulmates in the struggle against evil, albeit on opposite sides of the law. Would it have been so terrible to have an ally within the justice system, or would that just make things too easy? The actor was wonderful.

I wanted Nancy to "have so much sex" with Dean! :) And I said Dean's next line before he did too. You're right, I'll bet everyone did. Still, given the situation, he totally earned that bitchface from Sammy.

I had reservations about the episode going in, because I usually don't like fight scenes, but I enjoyed every minute. I should have known better, and trusted in my show.
jeannev From: jeannev Date: February 24th, 2008 06:36 am (UTC) (Link)
Hey! Yeah, I've watched SPN from the beginning. Never miss it. Love the boys. And Bobby. I LOVE Bobby to bits.

I just don't want the boys to give in and let Ruby start calling the shots.

I don't think they ever will. Sam might be tempted, especially given his present state of mind, but I think Dean will always be the balance there.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: February 24th, 2008 07:12 am (UTC) (Link)
I love Bobby, too. And he just keeps getting better. Jim Beaver seems to have such a great perspective on life in his interviews, and to be so appreciative of his role on the show. I like that he got the job because he's friends with Robert Singer, and then ended up playing a character who was named after him. I also get a kick out of the fact that Robert Singer and Phil Sgriccia (who directed this episode) worked on LnC together, and Jim Beaver played the villain on one episode, so all of them have a Superman connection, which I look for in everything! LOL!

I wish they would bring Ellen back. I know that before the strike happened they were talking about having her in an episode, but I don't know if they'll still do that now. And she was on Smallville, so there's my Superman connection for her! :) *is a dork*
starry_dawn From: starry_dawn Date: February 24th, 2008 04:49 am (UTC) (Link)
Did you notice how Dean was fine with Ruby being vaporized as part of the spell?

I read some of the sides for this episode, and there was actually a bit in which, after Ruby said the spell would kill her as well, Dean brightly chirped, "I'm loving this idea! What can I do to help?". It seems to me like they toned that down in the episode - he didn't bring it up, but he wasn't being obvious about it either. I have some thoughts about Ruby's motivation and where she's coming from - I might post something about it soon. :)

Bela can go die on her own, as far as I'm concerned. If the reason she stole the Colt is so she can fight her own personal demons, so to speak, I will seriously throw things at my TV. We already have one half-good, half-bad, sob story antagonist on the show right now - we don't need another one.

Boys! Love, love, love them. They're so different, and that's highlighted to us almost every episode, but deep deep down, they're all about saving the world and each other. Dean was just Dean, Sam was ... not really himself, but we'll see where things are heading with that.

I'm actually sort of glad they didn't go the cliched route of getting Dean to help Nancy with her little "problem" - the look on his face when he realized she had been killed was subtle, but effective enough. That pain, dear God. Ackles can just do wonders with his face.

ONE LAYER SAM! Second time in a row! Kripke really does love us! :D
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: February 24th, 2008 05:51 am (UTC) (Link)
I'm beginning to think I'm the only one who ever liked Bela at all. :) I will qualify that by saying that what I liked about her was her unrelenting untrustworthiness. She's not the thief with a heart of gold, she's just a thief, plain and simple, and I like her purity in that regard. And like I said, she makes me laugh. Uh oh, I'm afraid I may forgive her yet again. :)

I don't hate Ruby, but I sure feel like punting her. However, she is what she is, and we can't really expect her to be more. Love, loyalty, compassion and honor are all human qualities we admire in the boys, but we can't expect to find those same qualities in Ruby.

One of the things that I love about how this show has developed over the three seasons is how much the boys have changed. Dean started out as a fairly simple, straightforward archetype, and has become infinitely more complex and layered as time has gone on. Which, of course, is due as much to Jensen's talent as an actor as it is to the wonderful writing on the show.

And Sam has changed even more, pretty much going from boy to man, who no longer defers to his brother's greater knowledge and skill, but stands shoulder to shoulder with him, as an equal. Each of them fights this fight in their own way and with their own special skills, and yet they remain strongest when they work as a team. And with every episode I love them more.

I wish Dean would stop blaming himself for everything, but you're so right about Jensen. Those eyes just say it all! *sniffles*


Cap courtesy of oxoniensis.
whimsywinx From: whimsywinx Date: February 24th, 2008 04:50 pm (UTC) (Link)
You just sparked an epiphany for me!

First, thanks for the Ruby review. I've been feeling a little alone in my utter dislike for her. (I love to hate Bela and always have, but I just dislike Ruby.) I don't like where Ruby is trying to take Sam, and I'm very frustrated with Sam for letting her. But your reference to HotH has helped clarify things for me.

1. Sam is scared.

2. Sam isn't like Dean. He needs guidance. He is, I think, looking to relinquish some responsibility by passing it on to the "angel" or to Ruby. To be fair, the guy has been trained to take orders, and the kind of trouble he's in does not have easy answers. I think it would be better if John were around, because he could let loose some of his anxiety in a big fight with him; but Sam can't fight with Dean in the same way.

Does that make any sense at all?

And I really don't think killing Hendricksen off was the best move. True, he could have made things a little easier for the boys, but could have been used judiciously.

Edited at 2008-02-24 04:52 pm (UTC)
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: February 24th, 2008 10:50 pm (UTC) (Link)
Ooh, I like your way of thinking! You know, I've always had this fascination for the way people deal with religion. Some people examine the tenets of their faith, striving for a complete understanding of the moral framework within which they choose to live. Other people just want their religious leader to tell them what to do, so they can blindly follow the rules and not have any moral dilemmas at all. And of course most of us fall somewhere in between.

I think you're right. Sam needs guidance, and in fact craves the reassurance it provides, and I think that's why daily prayer is something he embraces. I don't think he can talk to Dean about it, because the big looming shadow he can't shake is that he's some kind of demon himself, and he's afraid of Dean's reaction. Maybe he thinks that if he can get Dean to accept Ruby, that will mean Dean will still accept him, no matter what.

I don't like Ruby, and I don't trust her either. I'm still not sure she's not working some gigantic con to manipulate Sam. But boy, do people on LJ seem to love her! I don't get it. But then, I don't get the deep, seething hatred for Bela either. I don't like Bela, but I love her as a character. Clearly, I'm a weirdo. :)
whimsywinx From: whimsywinx Date: February 25th, 2008 04:02 pm (UTC) (Link)
Maybe he thinks that if he can get Dean to accept Ruby, that will mean Dean will still accept him, no matter what.

That is brilliant! And just the kind of deluded thinking Sam would use. (And people think Dean is insecure!)

We are going to have to start our own Ruby Haters/Love-to-Hate Bela support group.

Edited at 2008-02-25 04:03 pm (UTC)
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: February 25th, 2008 04:31 pm (UTC) (Link)
We are going to have to start our own Ruby Haters/Love-to-Hate Bela support group.

Ooh, I'm in! :)
angieb5 From: angieb5 Date: February 24th, 2008 04:54 pm (UTC) (Link)
Did you notice how Dean was fine with Ruby being vaporized as part of the spell? He only objected when human sacrifice was required.

I wouldn't expect anything less from him, lol; especially when a pretty virgin girl was the sacrifice. :D
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: February 24th, 2008 10:57 pm (UTC) (Link)
I get that you're joking here, but I want to make the point that it wouldn't matter to Dean who the human was. His attitude here, to me, brings home that he still thinks every demon, even the one with the proverbial heart of gold, is better off destroyed, and every human life is precious and worth fighting for. I just don't think he's softening towards Ruby, in spite of everything that's happened.
angieb5 From: angieb5 Date: February 24th, 2008 11:05 pm (UTC) (Link)
I totally agree with you, and shouldn't they be destroyed though? You can't trust a demon. End of story.

I'm glad he's not softening toward Ruby because it would be out of character if he did. He's been a hunter for too long to fall into that trap.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: February 24th, 2008 11:22 pm (UTC) (Link)
Oh, I agree! You can't trust a demon. I don't want Dean to let his guard down for a minute. It's kind of like in Bloodlust, with the vampires. Dean was convinced to let Lenore go, but that doesn't mean he wants to be her best friend or anything. And in Heart, when he never lost sight of the fact that Madison was a werewolf. Monsters are monsters.
From: koosh2012 Date: February 24th, 2008 07:17 pm (UTC) (Link)
I find it curious that the more traditionally faithful of the brothers is the one with the fuzzy view of the rules.

Indeed.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: February 24th, 2008 10:59 pm (UTC) (Link)
To me this says that Dean is spiritual and faithful, just not within the confines of a traditional organized religion. If anything, Dean has his own relationship with God, and it's a private one. Or that's how I see it, anyway.
From: koosh2012 Date: February 26th, 2008 12:11 am (UTC) (Link)
Me too. Although Dean himself might protest. I stayed up watching Contact again last night, and I'd forgotten how poignant it is regarding God as interpreted from science (evidence) versus religion (belief). Faith is such a personal thing and while we may agree (or disagree) regarding the nature of our beliefs, faith itself and spirituality remains nonetheless a private experience. Experience, in my mind, is what matters most and I find Ellie's passion for scientific reason as spiritual as Palmer's passion for God. Ditto in the case of Dean and Sam.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: February 26th, 2008 05:32 am (UTC) (Link)
That's a good comparison, and I totally agree. And I loved that movie.
raputathebuta From: raputathebuta Date: February 24th, 2008 07:54 pm (UTC) (Link)
*waves* Hi all!

I like Bela. I want her to stay the same unrepentent thieving BITCH that she is right now. However, I DO NOT like the fact that she continually gets over on the boys! They are not dumb, yet she manages to one-up them every damn time she's in an episode. Besides, bitch SHOT Sam!!! Please let somebody (Dean) kick the ever-loving crap out of her soon! Please do not let her become the thief-with-a-heart-of-gold.

I also like Ruby (I just really don't care for KC too much), even though I don't trust her. How about a ToTheDeath catfight between Bela & Ruby? Then Ellen can come in & dispose of the one left standing. Speaking of Ruby, I so wanted to smack her for saying this: Don't thank me. Lilith killed everyone. She slaughtered your precious little virgin, plus half a dozen other people. So after your big speech about humanity in war, it turns out that your plan was the one with the body-count. Do you know how to fight a battle? You strike fast and you don't leave any survivors. No one can go running to tell the boss. So next time, we go with my plan. I was like, Look bitch, if you had stayed around to help, maybe that demon who slipped out past Nancy wouldn't have gotten away! Have a big cup of 'shut the hell up'! I would also have Bobby check out the mojo bags she gave them.

I'm really bummed about Henrickson. We all knew that it would take circumstances like these for him to see the light, but did they really have to kill him off so soon?!

One of my favorite lines belongs to Dean: You kinky son of a bitch, we don't swing that way. Jensen's delivery made me a little lightheaded. ]:) Plus, boys in handcuffs = major squeeage!
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: February 24th, 2008 11:14 pm (UTC) (Link)
I want her to stay the same unrepentant thieving BITCH that she is right now.

Absolutely! I love that she is just a ball of selfishness. And I get what you're saying about how she seems to hit the boys with the dumb stick every time she's around, but I write it off to their chauvinistic tendencies (no girl is better than us!) and their latent chivalry (I can't hit a girl!). Although after this last stunt, they'd better not just have a conversation when they catch up with her!

I was like, Look bitch, if you had stayed around to help, maybe that demon who slipped out past Nancy wouldn't have gotten away! Have a big cup of 'shut the hell up'!

OMG, so much word to that! I so wanted to smack her, too! And good point about the mojo bags. I don't trust her at all.

One of my favorite lines belongs to Dean: You kinky son of a bitch, we don't swing that way. Jensen's delivery made me a little lightheaded.

I know! Was that his Texas coming out? Because it was delicious.
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