What about all that stuff God said about balance and light, a threat to the world order if God dies? I suppose Jack will take his place?
Nice! Very much.. i like this
OK so I have mixed feelings about this luck situation
On one hand I think luck is very important and valuable thing to have and it being on your side doesn't make you less worthy of the things you achieved with its help, even in business they say luck is a major key of any successful business
And on the other hand I think them emphasizing on how bad my boys need their luck to do what they have always been doing like killing monsters and saving people is really undervaluing the time, skill and dedication the Winchesters have put all these years into being heros and earning all their feats
In the end of the day, only a foolish would say luck isn't important, heck they both went into impossible situations and made it out and that had nothing to do with skill but rather a pure luck and God's wish to have fun with his story
The important thing now is them being aware that God is playing with their life's narrative, so I hope they can resist his influence and have true freewill
And yeah Jack is back and wants to kill God, I guess you can say it's a divine coup LOL
Last thing we kinda got a hint that old Gods hate Chuck, so are we gonna see my boys team up with other Gods and help take down Chuck especially that Fortuna the goddess of luck kinda already teamed up with them by giving them all the luck they need
Anyway I'm excited
All right, all right. Time to crawl out of my hole and finally finish this season in time for the finale. If not for my rereading my old comments, I'd hardly even remember what's happened this season. It's been subpar thus far, and I don't have high hopes that it'll turn around.
At least Sam bothered to write a note. We all know Dean wasn't going to.
"You're better than me at pretty much everything. That's okay. I'm not mad. I'm proud."Well, that's certainly going on a list for top 10 most precious moments this season.
Sam is terrible at haggling. They literally started with a fair game. Win gets luck. Then he tried to throw in the condition of helping everyone in the bar. She says "no" and throws in the condition of their lives. He agrees. WTF? He should've just kept his mouth shut.
"Our kind?""Heroes."I laughed so hard, I started choking. A minute later, I'm still coughing.
This episode was all right, but I started getting bored halfway through and started getting sleepy with 10 minutes to go. The last 2 minutes with Jack were the best part of the entire episode. The rest just felt like filler. It's the last season. Why are we still getting so much pointless padding? This is precisely why I didn't feel bad about getting behind on this show...
This entire season has been a CHORE. How do you take a finale like 14 and turn that story into this boring mess.
SPN 15x11"Don't play his game. Make him play yours"
The boys recognized as heros by a deity, lovely Jack coming back, HUGS, great acting, comedic one-liners, an origin story for pagan gods and its connection to Chuck... And Team Free Will 2.0 back together again.
And all of this in a pool hall!
What an episode! My favorite this season. I loved the boys at the verge of completing the here's journey. The mentions of all epic heroes while alluding to them was also great. The previous lighthearted episode was so good I didn't think this one would be better given the premise, but it delivered.
Lets talk about Jack. My sweet baby angel. I loved seeing him back but one thing, is his soul restored? Is he still soulless? Has Billie got anything to do with it? Or resurrection by Death resets him into factory settings, soul included?
And what happens to the balance of the universe, light, darkness, coexistence, if not the world disappears, yada yada yada? Yeah, they're setting it for Jack to become the new God, but I don't think I bite it.
The last scene made me super emotional. Sam just hugging him as if he were his kid and Dean holding his neck and just looking at him and Cas.
The guys being on a budget and only having 4.60 made me laugh so much. And asking for "two waters, por favor". I seriously love when they use my language in an American series.
The actress playing Fortuna was beyond excellent. Her presence only lit the room. I loved that she recognized the heroes that they are. The character was very well written and the fact that such a powerful Chara ter was able to recognize Sam and Dean as heroes and that she showed respect after just meeting them was perfect.
Let's just talk a little bit about Cas. Or, more precisely, Misha. He's been all sorts of excellent this season at playing Cas' pain and grief over Jack's passing. He deserves some freaking recognition for that. The way he huggers Jack. Damn! That kind of emotion is something that we haven't seen in Cas so much.
The only thing that worries me is that deal he made with the Empty. If he's happy, it'll take everything away from him.
Memorables quotes from the epislde: "When? Between nap time and snack" Ans my personal favorite. "Beach read? Lady, im Tolstoi.
Overall, excellent episode, great lore is great lore, Jack back, Death stepping up and our boys being recognized as the heroes they are. The only bad thing has been this 6 week break coming out of nowhere. Other than that, I seriously hope that tomorrow's episode delivers.
Very happy Jack is back. I must confess I never liked him to begin with. What kind of terrible things will he need to do though I wonder? The other God's origin stories sound plausible.
Also nice looks like the lucky brothers are back now old school music when they drive :)