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Supernatural 3.16 - No Rest for the Wicked
I've been trying for ten days now to find the words to talk about this episode. What can I possibly say that isn't already completely obvious? That I'm devastated? That I cried buckets? That Dean is my hero? That I believe, have to believe, that Sam can and will save Dean? That I hate Kripke? That I love Kripke? That Kripke owns my soul? Because you knew all of that already, didn't you?

I'm so glad the show saved some of its meager music budget for the finale, and that they were able to bring back Carry On Wayward Son for the previouslies. That song and Renegade will forever be Supernatural to me, and the emotion hearing it brought forth had me crying before even a minute of the show had passed. I pretty much watched the entire episode through tears. Over the past weeks, the inevitability of Dean's fate, the grim hopelessness with which he faced it, and Sam's growing desperation as the deadline drew near all had been leading up to this night, this moment, and I knew in my heart it couldn't end well. And yet even as I despaired, I couldn't look away.

Everyone on the show made this finale amazing. Killer script by Eric Kripke. Stellar direction by Kim Manners. Fantastic sets, from the creepy, decrepit house in which the boys were squatting, to the cookie cutter perfection of the suburb Lilith was terrorizing. Haunting, evocative music. Visual and special effects that I wish had been a little less good. And the acting. The beautiful, unbelievable acting, from everyone involved. This episode was a masterpiece.

Dean was a little rough around the edges in this episode, as might be expected. He was scared. He was also determined to fight until the end, but only on his own terms, and only so far as it didn't risk anyone else. Jensen Ackles' performance was perfect. He was the Dean we love so much, strong, stubborn, and snarky still, but with layer upon layer of nuance. The stark look in his eyes and the hoarse catch in his voice told us volumes beyond the words in the script about the state of Dean's mind and heart. Dean had learned well the lessons of the Winchester past, and he made sure that the last time he saved Sammy, he saved him from himself. We knew how afraid Dean was of what awaited him on the other side of midnight, and yet he faced it with courage, steadfast, his last thought of Sammy's future, and Sammy's survival. His speech to Sam in those last seconds before the clock started to chime broke my heart:

"Keep fighting. Take care of my wheels. Sam, remember what Dad taught you, okay? And remember what I taught you."

Dean's final moments just about killed me. I've watched the episode four or five times now, and that scene, where the hellhounds literally ripped Dean to shreds, still makes me recoil, and physically throw my hands up to ward off the assault on my senses. I shudder, I cry out, I weep. And Kripke spared us nothing. Not Dean's screams, his writhing agony, his skin being cut into ribbons, or the geyser of blood spurting from his chest. To finish us off, we were treated to the sight of Dean in hell itself, in some black hole of unimaginable torture, suspended by hooks through his very flesh, screaming for Sam. That is the image I carry with me, burned onto the inside of my eyelids, guaranteed to invade my thoughts and dreams for months to come. *cries*

Sam wanted so badly to save Dean, to return in his own way the sacrifice his brother so recklessly made for him a year ago. Repulsed by the knowledge that he has had some connection to the demon world since he was an infant, Sam has never dared to fully explore what that connection may be, or how it makes him the unique and special individual who so fascinates the big bad. He was ready to take that final step in this episode, but Dean wouldn't let him. And so he did the only thing he could do, stand by Dean's side and fight.

Over the past three years, Sam has changed, from a smart law student with a hidden past, to a smart and ruthless hunter with secrets that remain hidden even to himself. Through it all he has kept a compassionate heart, which he no longer wears on his sleeve, but rather conceals deep inside, and an immeasurable love for his brother, who means more to him now than ever before. Over those same three years, Jared Padalecki has become an increasingly accomplished actor, and if he had any less talent, he could never have given us the Sam we saw this week.

Sam was a whirlwind of different emotions in this episode. First he was the embodiment of faith, seeking to bolster Dean with gentle assurances that everything was going to be okay. Next he was frustrated and desperate, when Dean refused to summon Ruby. Then stubbornly independent as he summoned her himself. Angry that Ruby had held information back from him, and wouldn't go along with him now. Both hopeful and afraid that Ruby was right about his dormant powers. Resigned as he agreed to follow Dean's lead. Deadly as he dispatched Lilith's demonic guards. His tender side even emerged as he hesitated to kill the little girl who was Lilith's human host. And finally we saw his unbearable, unwatchable pain as time ran out for Dean. Sam's tears destroyed me, as did his screams of anguish as he watched his brother be torn asunder right before his eyes, and his complete disintegration as he held a lifeless Dean in his arms. Oh, Sammy, what are you gonna do?

I'm left with so many questions, and so many fears. Can Dean even be brought back, with his body dead and well beyond repair? Will he come back human, or as something else? How long will the boys be apart? Is Sam doomed to become the emotionless killing machine with extreme OCD tendencies we saw in Mystery Spot? Was the power within Sam that defeated Lilith good or evil, and can he control it? To what lengths will Sam go to find and rescue Dean? And finally, will I survive this summer until Supernatural returns?

A few other moments between the brothers bear special mention. The callback to Crossroad Blues, when Dean hallucinated that Sam was some kind of an aberration, alive only because of Dean's deal, seriously creeped me out. It was made tremendously more effective by the way the vision ended with Jared's own distorted face, without any CGI enhancement. *shudders* Dean's conversation with Sam about how they are each other's weak spot, and how they have to fight the good fight the way John taught them, made me love these two boys even more than I did before, which I didn't think was possible. Dean Winchester, you are my hero. And of course the awesome, momentarily carefree moment when Sam and Dean drove in the Impala, singing their hearts out to Bon Jovi's Wanted Dead or Alive, made me smile in spite of my sadness and dread. That was an inspired scene, Kripke, and I adore you for giving it to us.

The rest of the cast rose to the occasion right along with the boys. Jim Beaver's Bobby was the epitome of loyalty and love, proving his declaration: "Family don't end with blood, boy!" Katie Cassidy gave us her best performance yet as Ruby and Lilith. Can she come back? Her host body is dead, right? She was shot by Bobby in Sin City, if she wasn't already dead by then. I would think that means the demon can come back, like Meg, but not the actress, but I don't know. And the latest in Kripke's long line of creepy little girls, Sierra McCormick, was the best one yet, careening crazily as she did between sweet moppet and evil personified. Yikes.

Although Dean spent most of this episode bloody and bruised, if not worse, Jensen still managed to look incredibly pretty. The eyes! The eyelashes! The lips! Guh. The scruff! The frackles! *flails*

But it was Jared who completely stunned me with his ethereal beauty. And I'm a Dean girl! But just look at him. Even his hair looks perfect, and don't even get me started on his skin. I could well believe that Sam would be Dean's savior, because he looked like an angel! And that jaw? Those cheekbones? *melts*

Screen caps courtesy of oxoniensis, with my thanks.

Random thoughts: Ruby called Dean a dick! hee! And yes, I'm 12. :) I loved how the Impala had one taillight out. It brought me right back to the one headlight in the Pilot. Grandpa literally fell in pie when he died! That has to be a shout-out, right? Why did Sam wipe Ruby's bloody knife on his own clothes? Yuck. Why the hell did Lilith kiss Sam? And even in hell, Dean still has his necklace, which for some bizarre reason gives me hope. *is grasping at straws*

So, there you have it. I finally took all that heartache and anguish and worry, and put it into words. Perhaps now it will stop haunting me. One part of me is embarrassed that a mere television show can have this kind of emotional impact on me, this much sway over my life, and the other part of me is just eternally grateful that such a show exists. Thank you to everyone who makes Supernatural possible for another wonderful season. And a very special thank you to Jared and Jensen for all their hard work, and for reaching so far within themselves to bring us the depth of emotion and the unguarded vulnerability we see so perfectly portrayed on our television screens. And to all my fellow fangirls, I echo the question that is being asked all across fandom: Is it September yet?

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whimsywinx From: whimsywinx Date: May 26th, 2008 03:56 am (UTC) (Link)
You've watched 4 or 5 times! I can't work up the courage to watch it again, even for the Dead or Alive sing-a-long! *is impressed*

Dean telling Sam not to go so far to save him, not to sacrifice himself for Dean broke my heart. Finally, a Winchester got it. (I'm not terribly sure that Sam got it, but that's for next season. Which I hear starts Oct 4. Is it October yet?)

Bobby was my hero, too, for not letting the boys go alone. And I suppose I should thank Kripke that he still lives. Seeing Jared with all those tears was just heartbreaking. And I yelled at sarie_wanderer's TV when Kripke brought us through Dean's eyes in that last scene. Bad, Kripke, bad. (And don't think I don't know you're out there somewhere, laughing your ass off at our angst. You'd better already know how you're getting Dean back in his body. Oh, and if CMM makes a cameo in next season*, I really will hunt you down and smack you.)


Good episode. Carrry On My Wayward Son is the defacto Supernatural theme for me, and when I hear it, I know things are going to be bad. Kinda like Back in Black signals that things are looking up. (Notice we didn't hear that one this year.) October cannot come too soon.

*Yes, I know the CMM thing was a joke, but since such a big deal has been made of it, I wouldn't put it past Kripke to run with it.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: May 26th, 2008 04:35 am (UTC) (Link)
It took me DAYS before I could rewatch it the first time, but I have to watch multiple times to find my focus for my review. The thing about this one was, it didn't get any easier, no matter how many times I watched it. New trauma every time. It was brutal, and I'm glad I'm finished with it. And the caps were worse. Pure horror, frozen in time.

Yes!! Dean did get it. And fought so hard for Sam and Bobby to get it, too. My hero. And October?!! Why am I not surprised? *sighs*

Bobby was beyond awesome! That prom date line was hilarious. And I, too, thank Kripke for not killing him off. And then hate him for that last shot!! Was that really necessary? You know he's laughing at our anguish! And speaking of Sam's tears:

Oh, baby. *hugs Sam*

LOL! A CMM cameo would make me laugh and laugh and laugh! Has someone made a manip promo photo yet? Could you believe the fangirls who thought that was true? *rolls eyes*

Okay, my new motto is "Back in Black when the boys come back!" :)
trystan830 From: trystan830 Date: May 26th, 2008 04:03 am (UTC) (Link)
know what? i don't want to wait until september... i want S4 like yesterday.

ooooh, now you can go read my Flatliners post. heh.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: May 26th, 2008 05:35 am (UTC) (Link)
And now Whimsy says it's October!! Time to start over with the Pilot, and watch every episode again to get me through the hiatus!
bananabehr From: bananabehr Date: May 26th, 2008 04:16 am (UTC) (Link)
I'm impressed by 4-5 times. I watched the one time. And then I was kind of drunk and wanted to show my BFF, who is a Bon Jovi FREAK, the scene with the boys singing and I squeed all over again. Then it goes to the moment where Dean realizes how true those words are and I almost started to cry again.

Again with the eloquent words, T. Everything I was feeling, and some things I didn't even know I was feeling, all right there.

Don't forget about Dean calling her their "slutty little Yoda..." that cracked my shit right up!

And seriously, is it September yet?!
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: May 26th, 2008 05:43 am (UTC) (Link)
Well, you know how hard it was for me to rewatch that first time. And now that this is written, I'm giving myself a break from the episode for a while. It's back to S1 for me!

Thanks for your kind words. It really means a lot, especially since this one was so difficult for me to write. *hugs*

LOL! That Yoda line was good! He had a lot of great lines, and each one was so true to his character. Kripke writes Dean so well, and then Jensen fills in the spaces between the lines in the script to give us Dean's heart. They make a truly amazing team.

Whimsy says it's actually October. *sighs*
starry_dawn From: starry_dawn Date: May 26th, 2008 05:25 am (UTC) (Link)
Oh, man. The finale already feels like such a long time ago. Can we have the new season now, please?

But argh. What a way to leave us hanging. I knew he was going to do this, but I think we've all been softened by the S2 finale, when things ended on a (relatively) good note. These sort of cliffhangers just drive me crazy! I'm going to try not to think too much about it, because if I do, I'll just end up speculating like an idiot and that leads to all sorts of unnecessary problems. And oh, denial helps too. Dean? He just fell on pie. He'll be up and walking anytime soon now - he just needs Sam to help him up. LALALALALA!
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: May 26th, 2008 05:49 am (UTC) (Link)
Actually, I think the finale was a long time ago. *facepalm* LOL!

'Tis madness, I say! And my head spins every time I think about what S4 might bring, so I'm determined to put the whole thing out of my head. Smallville, too. I like your mantra, I hereby adopt it as my own! LALALALALA!

And yay!! Now I can post my Every Episode tomorrow!! \o/
angieb5 From: angieb5 Date: May 26th, 2008 05:55 am (UTC) (Link)
GREAT REVIEW! You echoed everything I felt. And if it makes you feel any better, I have not been able to re-watch the episode. I have actually tried several times, and I just can't. I don't know how long it will take me, but I suspect it's going to be a while. Every time I've read the line you posted that Dean said to Sam right before the hell hounds got him I tear up.

This show is a heck of a lot more than just a show, and when they're broken, part of me is missing.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: May 26th, 2008 06:13 am (UTC) (Link)
Thank you so much, Angie! I'm so glad you liked it! I had banned myself from playing on LJ until I finished this, so I am beyond happy it's finally posted. Now I can catch up.

I'm just now finally reading and commenting on everyone else's reviews, and I'm so impressed that you were able to write such a comprehensive review from one viewing. I could never do that.

When I first tried to watch the episode again, it was as if I had had aversion therapy. I just couldn't push play!

This show is a heck of a lot more than just a show, and when they're broken, part of me is missing.

Oh, I like the way you put that, and it's so true! I'll need lots of diversions to get through this hiatus.
sarie_wanderer From: sarie_wanderer Date: May 27th, 2008 01:20 am (UTC) (Link)
I was able to watch it 4 or 5 times the night it aired, but I haven't been able to watch it again since. Every time I think I'm going to I end up watching a different episode instead. I've been reading a lot of fanfic to get my Winchester fix, but I refuse to read anything that has to do with this finale, and I'm staying away from all speculation so that I can stay in denial. I can just chant to myself "Trust Kripke", ignore how naive that is, and believe everything will be alright.

Anyway, excellent review. Yeah, the boys were awesome, both Sam and Dean and Jensen and Jared. I've been meaning to get Dead or Alive of iTunes for ages, but now I don't know if I can hear it without crying and laughing at the same time. And oh, the pretty...
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: May 27th, 2008 02:52 am (UTC) (Link)
I think it's fine if we all give ourselves a break from this one. And I'm staying far away from the speculation, too. I'm starting over at the Pilot and watching all of S1. Who knew how carefree those episodes would seem in retrospect?

Thanks for your comment, I'm so glad you liked my review. I'm a huge Bon Jovi fan, so I already have two versions of Wanted Dead or Alive on my iTunes. One is from Slippery When Wet, and the other is a live version, from One Wild Night. They're both awesome. God, I love that song, and I love it even more now. They should totally get Jon Bon Jovi on the show! He loves to act. :)

Edited at 2008-05-27 02:52 am (UTC)
jude_judith82 From: jude_judith82 Date: May 27th, 2008 01:42 am (UTC) (Link)
This episode broke me. I can't believe you've watched it more than once I can't even think about it. The boys were wonderful as always and Bobby! The line about being ditched like a prom date was priceless. Jim Beaver will always be Ellsworth to me first but as Bobby he's much cooler. I think I'm going to go cry again. *sniff, sniff* I can't wait to see what happens next.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: May 27th, 2008 03:02 am (UTC) (Link)
I had a terrible time making myself watch it again, but I couldn't write my review if I didn't, and I couldn't have one episode with no review! Now that I have it written and posted, though, I'm staying far away from this episode for a good long while, believe me.

Bobby was beyond awesome, wasn't he? I love how they went as a team, a family. Now if they would just bring Ellen back, I'd be completely happy!

It's going to be a long four months. *sighs*
oceantriana From: oceantriana Date: May 27th, 2008 07:44 pm (UTC) (Link)
Wonderful review, Tariel!

Jensen Ackles' performance was perfect. He was the Dean we love so much, strong, stubborn, and snarky still, but with layer upon layer of nuance.

Oh yes! Jensen did an amazing job in this episode. I definitely saw the Dean of Season 1...and I realized how much I've missed him.

Why did Sam wipe Ruby's bloody knife on his own clothes? Yuck.

He didn't even do that good of a job, either.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: May 28th, 2008 05:41 am (UTC) (Link)
Thanks, Ocean! I was getting a S1 Dean vibe, too, and I loved it. Everyone was great in this episode, but more than anything else, it reaffirmed that I'm a Dean girl through and through.

He didn't even do that good of a job, either.

I know! It was still covered in demon blood. Gross. I would have stopped in the kitchen and washed it off. LOL!

Pretty Paul icon! That is Paul, right? I still remember the time I thought your icon was PW, and it was actually Dean. Granted, it was only a torso, but I still can't believe I mixed up those two. *facepalm*
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tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: May 28th, 2008 05:50 am (UTC) (Link)
That part killed me, too. *sniffles* Oh, boys.

I love Bobby pretty much as much as the boys now. He's so gruff and so fiercely caring at the same time. He's just plain awesome. I live in fear that Kripke will hurt him.

I can't see a way out, so I'm going to watch S1, not think about it, and wait for Kripke to reveal all in the fall. *is determined* I just might watch S2 of Dark Angel and S1 of Gilmore Girls, too. Anything to keep my mind off of Dean in hell. *cries*
From: (Anonymous) Date: August 6th, 2008 05:11 am (UTC) (Link)

Kel's Comments

Hi Tariel! Remember me? I finished watching Supernatural a while ago but here are some thoughts on it.

I first watched Supernatural because of the boys, both on shows that I watched previously (Gilmore Girls and Smallville of course). I remember reading that you said Supernatural is superior to Smallville in some ways and I agree. This is going to sound very sad but they're like two friends to me. Both are incredibly attractive friends but Smallville's a little richer and lighter (not so much the 7th season but you know what I mean) while Supernatural is darker so it depends on what you like. I love Smallville more because it's been a friend longer but Supernatural definately is better in terms of continuity and character development. The writing is better in that even if a writer likes Dean more, there's only two main characters. There's another person who writes for Sam in the next episode you know? On Smallville, everyone loves Chloe, Jimmy, and Lex but I feel as if Lois and Clark are written poorly which of course is incredibly wrong. That being stated, I hate to say this but Supernatural bores me more easily than Smallville. I would say even though Smallville is a stupid friend, it's more entertaining and you can spend more time with it. I can rewatch more episodes for it but not Supernatural, possibly because of the violence. See? I told you I was sad. Maybe you can have a post that asks which show is better? I would love to see what people think.

As for Bela, I'm glad she came on the show because Lauren Cohan is very attractive and I wouldn't have known about her if she wasn't cast...or at least it would have taken me longer! I knew Katie from before but it was cool to see her on the show, although Lauren is probably the better actress. As for her character, it doesn't surprise me that they got rid of her. They made her so unlikable that there was no way to fix her. It was ridiculous how mean and cruel she was.

Now onto the season finale: I have NEVER seen a show send one of its main characters to hell. Not on Buffy, Smallville, etc. Of course, characters die but being sent to hell is unimaginable and Krike did it, the mofo. At the beginning of the season, I thought Dean was going to get out of it for sure. I wonder if the writers' strike actually convinced Krike to do it? Speaking of the strike, while I supported the writers, it really did mess Supernatural over didn't it? 16 episodes? That just makes me angry.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: August 6th, 2008 07:28 am (UTC) (Link)

Re: Kel's Comments

Hi! *waves* I'm happy to see you again! I was afraid I had scared you off with my response to your last comment. :)

I actually started watching Smallville and Supernatural at the same time. I was bored and looking for something new to watch during the summer between S4 and S5 of Smallvile, and ordered the S1 DVDs on sale from Amazon. I was completely hooked by the end of the first disc, and ended up watching all four seasons in about two weeks! At the same time, I saw the commercials for Supernatural and couldn't wait for it to come on. I knew Jared from Gilmore Girls, but I had never seen or heard of Jensen before. So my first exposure to him was a double dose! I guess you might say I came for Sam, but stayed for Dean.

I totally get what you're saying about Smallville and Supernatural, and I don't think it sounds sad at all. Obviously these two shows are a huge part of my life, and have brought me a lot of joy, especially here on LJ. I don't think I could choose one as being better, per se, because they're so different. I will say that Supernatural has better writing, absolutely, and as you say, wins at continuity and character development. I think everyone connected with the show is phenomenal, and they all display a tremendous commitment to the quality of every episode. The boys are both amazing actors, and I can't believe what they give of themselves to make their performances what they are. The show astounds me on a regular basis. And I love it beyond all reason. But truthfully, I still love Smallville more.

I don't know that I can explain it, or that I even want to try. :) A lot of it is that I adore Tom Welling so much, of course. Duh. :) Like J2, he gives so much, and he consistently rises above the material, IMO. But it's much more than that. I just love the show, and everyone on it, and I never get tired of watching it. I agree that in general, it is light where Supernatural is dark. Each fulfills a different need in my life, and they are both very important to me.

I loved Bela! Yes, she was bad, but consistently and deliciously so! I will miss her. And I didn't like Ruby at first, but by the end of the season she, and Katie, had completely won me over. Everyone was so worried about the girls taking too much time away from Sam and Dean, and that they would become love interests, but neither of those things ever happened. I put my trust in Kripke. Kripke knows best. *nods*

I think Kripke always intended to send Dean to hell. He would never let himself back down from Dean's deal. But that didn't stop me from deluding myself for most of the season that Sam would find a way to save Dean. *cries anew*
From: (Anonymous) Date: August 6th, 2008 05:12 am (UTC) (Link)

Kel: Continued

That last image was terrible wasn't it? Dean in hell, with chains through his shoulders and crying for Sam! I'm glad they saved their money for that shot. I also liked the little girl who played Lilith, she was so good. Some children are so honest. Yet, I must ask what kind of parents would let their daughter play such a role? She was covered in blood! Oh, maybe you can enlighten me but why does Lilith have the mentality of a 10 year-old? Even in Ruby's body, she was still acting like a little girl? Strange, how can you be evil at such a young age. I liked that Sam heisitated to kill the little girl, I mean after all she still looks like a cute little baby right? I noticed Sam wiping the blood off on his jacket as well, I think it's a reference to Born Under a Bad Sign, where he did that? It might have been Jared's choice. I also liked the kiss between Jared and Katie, it was bad reasoning like you mentioned but at least it was hot. Ha, I'm shallow! Now a serious question, by the end of the show will we even recognize Dean and Sam anymore if you get my drift? I mean they were sort of becoming increasingly insane in season 3 and I worry that both will turn to the dark side more. I've heard that Dean will be even more insane in season 4. I just hope that they bring him back in a cool way unlike how they brought back Buffy. "Oh, we found a spell to bring her back!" Okay... I can't help but speculate how they're going to do it but I have no good ideas...maybe hunt down Lillith and trap her? I just feel awful for Dean. I love acting and actors so I always put myself in their shoes and my goodness, if I was in hell I would just weep constantly. Yet, when he comes back as a human and the physcial pain is gone, will he be too forgone to save? Will he even care about hunting? ARGH! Help me!

P.S: My real name is Kelvin. I'm thinking of joining Livejournal because you guys are cool, but my question is, will you still get my comments a month after you first post your review or no? I'm very slow.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: August 6th, 2008 08:15 am (UTC) (Link)

Re: Kel: Continued

That last scene haunts me still. It was horrible. Oh, Sam. Oh, Dean.

I wonder about the parents who let their kids take on these scary roles, too. I guess they know it's all pretend, but I wonder if it's good for them to even know about such things at such a young age. That said, all the creepy little girls on Supernatural have been really good. Wasn't that funny when the big bad in Provenance turned out to be little Emily Dinsmore from Smallville? And Lilith's mother was Not!Mercy. It's a small world, especially if you're an actor in Vancouver. :)

As far as Lilith acting so young, I just figured she was a little girl when she died, and retained a little bit of that mentality as she changed into a demon. OTOH, why would a little girl go to hell in the first place? So maybe it's just a game she likes to play? And I liked the kiss between Bela and Sam in Sam's dream in DALDOM better. :) Especially because he was so hilarious when he woke up! hee!

Sam and Dean are already so different from the boys we first met in the Pilot. I wonder where they will end up by series end as well. I have so many questions about S4, but speculating ties me up in knots, so I'm determined to just wait and see. I'm weird that way: I read every spoiler I can find for Smallville, but I'm a complete spoilerphobe for Supernatural. LOL! How's that for being inconsistent?

Hey, I just had a thought. Didn't Angel go to hell in Buffy? And Buffy sent him there, in order to close the Hellmouth? I can't really remember, I haven't watched my DVDs in awhile.

Obviously I think LJ is great, but you're always welcome to comment here whether you're on LJ or not. I have email alerts turned on, so I get an email whenever someone comments on one of my posts or comments. If you do join LJ, let me know, so I can add you to my flist! :)
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