Not dead. He's in hell. I was totally shocked that Sam didn't save him... the ending was so poignant. I loved the part when Dean gave Sam the big speech about how he was going to let him to hell and when they zoomed up on Dean's eye and he screamed for Sam to help him... *wipes tear*.
And as a side note... Jared Padalecki does the lost/crying orphan face really well :D. Dean looked so desolate right before the Hell Hounds came... broke my heart.
That's an interesting thought about Dean being in limbo. I wonder what particular sin he committed in such excess that he's punished by being drawn and quartered in hell. Don't each of the seven deadly sins have their own specific punishment, as the story goes? Whatever's going on, poor Dean. I think Jensen Ackles is an incredible actor- he's so expressive. His eyes (AHBL II), his voice (the end of this episode when he screamed for Sam)... why haven't they been nominated for Emmy's yet?
Probably because it's the CW and no one takes that channel seriously. It's a shame, there are some good shows on there. Mostly Supernatural and Gilmore Girls, but GG isn't on anymore. I'm still sad about that.
Dean and Sam singing Bon Jovi... funniest thing, ever.
Just finished watching. It was SO awesome. I think I'm in love with Jenson Ackles. He is such an amazing actor. I kinda like(d) Ruby, she was neat.
The little blonde girl cracked me the hell up. "You're just a mean old man". lol:
Lol, Dean's singing's improved considerably since the Supernatural Christmas episode. Like, considerably.
He doesn't want social awkwardness? Come on, I thougt he wanted a normal day?
And aww, Sam, getting into the whole singing. Although, Dean's face at the end of that scene was touching. I agree, Jensen Ackles is an amazing actor.
"Life is just a chance to grow a soul" - A. Powell Davies
His voice has definitely improved. He was probably embarrassed after seeing the first one, LOL. Neither of them are spectacular singers, though. Does anyone remember the episode where they're in the car (with Ellen, I think) and it's an awkward moment, so Dean turns on the radio and it's playing 'Cold As Ice?' I seem to remember that Ellen reached over and turned off the radio, to which Dean made some little remark about it going to be a long ride. One of my fave moments .
The Bon Jovi sing-a-long was a touching scene. I'm still floored from the ending, though. Did anyone notice that, during the credits, you can still hear Dean sceaming? Just makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up.
I love the part where the crew dumps water on them when they start descending into that hole. Jared is so inappropriate... farting in the car? Not so cute. And you're right, they both have amazing smiles and laughs, but I won't get into that or else this'll turn into the Jensen Ackles/Jared Padalecki thread rather than Supernatural :D.
Yeah, that kid was way too much like Dean for comfort. I love the part where the bullies took the kid's gameboy (can't remember his name) and Dean encouraged him to go forcefully get it back, but the mother saw and confronted him. Poor Dean... bad timing (and he's not very good at lying) :P.
Are the first two quotes from Scarecrow? I love that episode. A Very Supernatural Christmas was a weeeird episode... I didn't like it. They haven't done flashbacks very much, but when they do, they always annoy me. The child actor who plays Dean looks too much like a juvenile delinquent for comfort. Those pagan gods that they were hunting were way too cheerful.
Mrs. God (don't know her name): You know what I say when I'm angry? Fudge.
Dean: ... I'll try to remember that.
[later] Dean: You fudging touch me again, I'll fudging kill you!
This show is funnier than people give it credit for.
Maybe I'm overthinking things (I usually tend to do so), but I constantly wonder how the boys can get slammed into furniture here, captured/tortured there and always get back up with barely a scratch. Remember Asylum, when Sam shot Dean full of rock salt and Dean just walked away? They must be untouchable or something.