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Stream of Consciousness, Episode 4.20


 

OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG…

 

*I need wine*

 

 

I’ve been doing my best to not be spoiled for these last three episodes—previews and titles only. But the title for this epi alone had me spinning. See, in Sunday school I learned about the Baptist’s view of the Rapture. I was told how believers should be excited for the second coming of Christ. I was told that when He returned, believers would simply be taken to Heaven without having to experience death.

Thing is, I wasn’t all that excited about that. All I could picture was the mayhem and fear: drivers suddenly disappearing from cars, pilots from planes, you get the idea. The chaos left behind for those not taken up… it terrified me. Even if I was one of the ‘chosen’ there would be people left behind to continue to fight the battle and what they would be left with… *shudders*

Then, I thought of a poem by W.B. Yeats called “The Second Coming.” In that poem there is the following line: The best lack all conviction, while the worst are full of passionate intensity. I’ve found myself thinking about that often throughout my life and it practically echoed in my head and around me as I watched this episode. Knowing that this episode was called The Rapture left me with a butterflies-in-the-stomach feeling. I trust Kripke… trust him to totally turn my world sideways.

First? May I rant? Does anyone else fine the CW’s commercial COMPLETELY ANNOYING?! Good GOD! It’s almost worth waiting until AFTER the show just so I can skip through the 475 previews for GossipFreakinGirl… *takes breath* Sorry. I worked right up until viewing and then right after viewing, too, so I’m a little revved up.

While Kripke’s “Rapture” didn’t fall in line with my Sunday school “Rapture,” we still saw someone taken up. Someone good, who had been chosen, who didn’t ‘deserve’ to have anything ‘bad’ happen to him. But, y’know, I think ‘deserve’ and ‘fair’ fall into the same category in life: Useless Words That People Use To Justify Actions. Good things happen to bad people and bad things happen to good people. It’s just life, right?

I have to say that I’ve never really given Misha Collins much thought. Castiel was a character that simply added to the ambience of the show and complemented Dean’s journey this season. But as a performer, Misha impressed the hell out of me in this episode. We actually got to see him be two different characters. Nicely done, that.

The opening scene after the “Then” was one of the prettiest, most peaceful things we’ve seen all season. I mean, I even found my tired muscles relaxing as we panned up Dean’s legs, past the tackle box, to his hands loosely holding the fishing pole. He looks as caught off guard as I was, and then takes a breath and sinks into the moment. It was gorgeous.

Then Dean starts as he catch’s Castiel’s figure off to the side of the pier out of the corner of his eyes. It’s then that he knows he’s dreaming, though I'd actually had a smidgen of hope that he got a second of real peace. Cas says they have to talk some place more private. Dean’s all “we’re in my head.”

“Someone could be listening.”

Um… freaky, man. My dreams? Are totally wacked out. Again, ask Terry. I don’t want anyone “listening” to that. Seriously.

Cas gives Dean a paper and tells him to meet him there. Now. Dean jerks awake with the sound of a car horn. We see the twin lights of the brother’s flashlights as they explore the location Cas gave Dean. It is completely destroyed—Sam even comments that it looks like a bomb went off. There’s a symbol on the wall that Dean recognized from when Anna used it. Dean’s like, “there was a fight here.”

I couldn’t help myself. Despite the seriousness of the moment, I went straight to Princess Bride and Prince Humperdink’s, “There was… a great battle…” recount of the swordfight between the Dread Pirate Roberts and Inigo. *ahem* Sorry.

Sam says with awe that it was an angel fight, and that’s when Dean sees Cas. Or so he thinks. Turns out it isn’t Cas—it’s Jimmy. They take Jimmy back to… the motel? I’m guessing? And the way he devours a cheeseburger and fries totally puts Dean to shame.

“You’re going to give me angina.” BWAH! That guy kills me. Slowly. With each blink of his eyes… *sighs*

And—totally random, but did it look like Sam was wearing eyemake-up in this scene? Just me? Okay then.

It was here that I really marveled at the difference in Misha’s voice, eyes, face, mannerisms as Jimmy. He was almost literally a different person. And honestly? I kinda liked him better as Cas. I mean as Jimmy’s story played out over the course of the episode, I felt for the guy, and I thought a lot about his plight, but as a character… I really dig Cas. Maybe it’s the Batman-like voice. *shrug*

“Having an angel inside of you is like being chained to a comet.” I’m going to have to remember that one…

He says that he remembers he’s Jimmy Novak from Pontiac, IL. And this is where my brain starts tickling—like that scratch inside your ear that drives you crazy but you just can’t reach. Dean died in New Harmony, IN. He was buried in Pontiac, IL. Where Jimmy Novak is from. I looked them up on Mapquest. They are 4 hours apart. So, for some reason that I haven’t been able to figure out, Sam (or Sam and Bobby, perhaps) drove Dean’s mangled body 245 miles to bury him in a wooden box in the middle of the woods.

Right where an angel had selected a vessel. Because, presumably, the whole selection, faith-testing, wife-thinks-I’m-batshit-crazy period of time happened prior to Dean’s resurrection because it said “One Year Ago” and Dean hasn’t yet been back for a year. Right?

I’ll have to chew on that for a bit.

We get a good sense of the man Jimmy Novak was. Good husband, good father, God-fearing man. Prayed before meals, fell asleep in front of the TV (watching a reality “I encountered an angel” type of religious program). Just your average guy.

Until the TV goes wonky ala Poltergeist and he falls to his knees, holding his ears from pain and has a seizure when he first hears the angel’s voice. Flash back to now and the brothers are arguing about what to do with Jimmy.

And, like with Adam, I could see both sides of the argument. Neither brother stood out as Really Right. Dean wanted to let Jimmy go back to his family. Of course he did. Because the job used to be about helping people, returning them to their family. Saving people before hunting things. That’s how Dean is BUILT, man. Vengeance and righteous anger was only justified when his family was in danger. Other than that, he just wants to stay off the grid and do the right thing.

Sam, however, thinks that Jimmy is their only lead – that perhaps the man doesn’t know what he knows.

Dean asks, incensed, “You want to go Guantanamo on the guy?”

Sam, with this adorable little flip of his head to get that long hair out of his eyes, points out that if they have questions for Jimmy, you can bet the demons will, too. This argument sways Dean. But… Jimmy doesn’t agree. He’s done. He just wants to go home to his wife and daughter. Dean can sympathize. You can see it on his face. He hurts that he has to agree with Sam when his brother points out that Jimmy will just put his family in danger.

Sam steps in front of the door—using his size to stop Jimmy. And now Jimmy is a “prisoner.” However, while Dean sleeps, Sam sneaks out to get a demon blood fix by the pop machine and Jimmy runs away. Whoops.

Random observation… I have no idea if it means anything, but Sam and Jimmy snuck out at 4:34am and they were staying in room 9. Why I noticed those numbers I have no idea. You would think I watch a lot of LOST or something, which I don’t.

ANYWAY. It’s now light out (so, they wasted a bit of time for some reason) and Dean is casually brushing his teeth while Sam is frantically packing and trying to get his brother to move it already. Dean chuckles, giving Sam a hard time about letting Jimmy get away. He’s actually glad that Jimmy is free, it seems. I mean, he doesn’t want bad things to happen to Jimmy, but I think that he doesn’t really take seriously the threat to Jimmy’s life at first.

Dean wants so badly for his life to be back to his version of normal—back to what he knows and can somewhat control—that he’s happy if someone else gets to turn his back on the epic Angels vs Demons war and go home.

Sam, though, has left any yearning for normal behind. I mean, he crossed that line so long ago the line is a dot to him. It’s all about the war for him now. He seems to have stopped seeing people as people. They are pawns, chess pieces, meat to him. He sees the liability and the assets where Dean sees the humanity.

I can’t help but think that is more a by-product of his power addiction than a true change in Sam, himself. Addiction does scary things to you. I’ve not experienced it first hand, but I’ve watched loved ones spiral downward from it and have been helpless to stop their fall. I’ve watched them change from a sister to a stranger. I’ve watched the person I knew die in their eyes and be replaced by a need. To me, the only thing more heartbreaking, is watching someone you love actually die.

We get another Jimmy Flashback to when his faith is being tested by Castiel. Hand in a boiling pot of water tested, to be exact. Yipe! Poor Amelia. I mean, even the most God-fearing believer is still human and would have a hard time accepting that their husband/wife/sister/brother/father/mother/son/ daughter was actually talking to an angel. For a moment there, it made me wonder about mental health issues. What percentage are actually crazy and what percentage are chosen… we just don’t accept what they're claiming as possible truth.

The brothers (I’m trying hard not to call them “the boys”) are driving toward Pontiac, silent, each wrapped in their own cocoon of thought when Anna suddenly appears in the backseat, startling Dean so badly he swerves the car.

Hee.

After an indignant “You ever think about calling ahead?!” he looks back at her.

“You look terrific.”

Oh. Yum. Seriously? I know the writers will never give the boys real peace, or a home with a wife, or even an honest-to-God (no pun intended) relationship, but I would love Dean to have some more lovin’. He’s just so damn sexy when he looks at women. Even angel women.

Anna notices something different about Sam—and Sam, the geek, actually says that he cut his hair… what. ever.—but she can’t put her finger on it. She gives them hell for losing Jimmy and says that Cas got his angelic hide painfully yanked back up to Heaven and was probably getting a thrashing good and proper. She also worries that Jimmy is already dead.

And that’s what flips the switch in Dean. I mean, he was going there anyway, but his heart wasn’t in it. It wasn’t enough that his suddenly all-go-no-quit brother thought that Jimmy was safer with them; he had to hear it from a higher power. Which made me sad. Because it used to be enough that Sam said so.

Back to Flashback Jimmy and we see Amelia has had enough and says that if Jimmy doesn’t get help, she’s taking Claire and leaving. And who could blame her, really? Jimmy heads outside and he can hear Cas, accepting the offer/request to play the part of the vessel. There’s a blinding white light, and then Claire steps out onto the porch calling for her Dad.

Misha turns and he’s once more Castiel. Stance, face, eyes… voice. “I’m not your father.” Man, talking about screwing a kid up for life.

Now!Jimmy is talking to Amelia, repentant, saying he was crazy, but he’s better now and nothing is more important to him than she and Claire. He wants to come home. But Amelia needs to start small. They decide to have dinner and Jimmy gets to hug his daughter and he just breathes her in. I knew that feeling. Sometimes when I’ve been away from Mo Chuisle just for a day or two, I can’t get enough of feeling her in my arms. Smelling her hair. It had been a  year for him.

Meanwhile, Sam is somewhere—gas station? Another motel? I couldn’t tell and haven’t watched it again yet—and he’s leaving Ruby another voicemail pretty much freaking out he’s jonesing for a demon blood fix so bad.

Back at the Novak’s house, a family friend—Robert? Roger?—comes to the door because he thought he saw Jimmy “wander in.” What, was he watching out the front window ala Gladys Cravitz? It’s all, “how ya been, man! Been a long time” until Amelia leaves to get them beer and the neighbor’s eyes go demon black. Jimmy starts to beat the hell out of him and Amelia freaks out and tries to stop him (of course, sigh).

Somehow, Jimmy manages to get everyone into what looks like a pantry and tries to keep Amelia and Claire in there with a line of salt, but Amelia truly thinks he’s full-on Jack Torrance crazy. There is a scramble and next thing you know, Demon A has Claire by the throat and Demon B jumps Jimmy, showing her eyes to Amelia who FINALLY realizes that Jimmy WASN’T crazy and they are all in Very Big Trouble.

Which, is right when Dean steps in, slicing Demon A’s throat and freeing Claire while Sam tries to use the Force on Demon B, barking to Dean to get the family out of there. Sam tries, but he’s weak, and he wavers, and Demon B smirks with a, “Can’t get it up, can you, Sam?”

Dean’s all, “Yeah, but I can.” And Demon B runs away in a black cloud before Dean can kill it. Sam’s woozy and Dean grabs his arm and gets him out of there, his face tight and his wheels turning. Somewhere else—parking garage it looks like—Sam is harsh about Jimmy having to leave his family. Forever.

Jimmy's a vessel—even if he doesn’t know anything, the demons will want to see what makes him tick. Dean lets Sam do most of the talking, his face set. Sam’s almost vibrating with intensity about Jimmy doing what he says. Dean just looks… grim. And hurt. Not physically hurt, but… how much more of this do we have to take hurt.

Sam says that there is no getting out and no going home.

“Don’t sugar coat it for him, Sam.”

“I’m just telling him the truth, Dean. Someone has to.”

So much anger. Fueled by need. A need he hasn’t stopped long enough to think about the price he pays.

I think back to Route 666 and Dean confessing that he told Cassie The Secret and the discussion about no attachments, no real friends that weren’t hunters… nothing that could anchor them in the world, really. Which, while dealing with Jimmy’s sacrifice, had to be playing havoc in Dean’s subconscious as he tried to find a place to put the knowledge of Adam.

Because John had attachments: Kate and Adam. He let himself get close to them, and let himself find solace in them and thought he was keeping them safe by keeping them “away” from the truth… and they both died. Horribly.

It just makes me so sad for their future. And, yes, I know they’re not real. But for one hour a week, they are to me.

Dean watches Jimmy say goodbye to his wife and daughter and the look that crosses his face is like a kick to the gut. Sam hotwires a car for them and then… they leave. I was like WTF…  you’re leaving?! You’re not going to watch the girls drive away, make sure they get away safely? WHAT. ARE. YOU. THINKING?!

And, sure enough, the second they’re out of sight, DemonAmelia reveals herself and smacks poor Claire across the face. That kid is going to be screwed up for life, man.

Jimmy is asleep in the backseat and Dean and Sam talk softly about Sam’s mojo. Dean is worried. Worried about Sam—because he almost fainted—and worried about what they need to do in a fight. He’s not trying to pick a fight, but he’s scared.

“You used to be strong enough to kill Alistair and now you can’t kill stunt demon #3?”

*giggle*

Before they can get too far down that road, DemonAmelia calls Sam’s phone and Jimmy’s all “Oh my God.”

So, they head to the meet sight and Jimmy asks for a minute alone. Sam’s all “you know this is a trap” and Dean tosses back a cocky “that’s why I have a plan.”

And… I’m still trying to figure out if his plan actually failed, or if he knew that Cas was going to come back… because he looked pretty confident in that moment. But then again… he’s Dean.

Jimmy has a bit of a meltdown yelling to Cas that he PROMISED Jimmy’s family would be protected. I know we were supposed to really feel for Jimmy in that moment… but I really didn’t. I can’t explain why. Maybe because it’s a totally typical human reaction to stamp our feet and shake our fists and demand to know WHY a bad thing happened to us. Because it’s not FAIR… But by this time, I’d already given up on fair.

Jimmy enters the warehouse and begs DemonAmelia to free his family. Claire is tied up across the room, head down. DemonAmelia tells him he should have come alone.

“Like I didn’t think you’d bring Heckle and Jekyll.”

The guys are hauled in by some random demons. They look rather roughed up, which makes me think maybe Dean’s plan did go sideways… but at the same time, they both look like they’re waiting for something. Sam’s all, you got us, let them go.

“Oh, Sam. It’s easy to act chivalrous when your Wonder Girl powers aren’t working.”

DemonAmelia decrees that everyone dies and points a gun at Sam. Dean looks panicky for one heartbeat, and then DemonAmelia turns, unexpectedly, and shoots Jimmy. Dean’s face pales and he literally looks like all of the air was sucked from his lungs.

DemonAmelia tells random demon #1 to kill the girl and then… Claire. Kicks. Ass. Or, rather, Cas inside Claire. She angel-fries the demon coming to kill her and Sam and Dean take advantage of the distraction to take on their respective demon captors. Dean is getting the crap beat out of him and CasClaire goes to him first, angel-frying the demon that has Dean on the ground.

We look over at Sam, though, and his struggle with the female demon, and I actually said out loud, “Oh, Sammy, no.” My husband was playing some soccer game on his computer and he looked over at my sympathetically. Unable to control his lust (we’re back to Sam, now), he dives on the demon’s bloody neck and drinks deeply, coming up with a bloody mouth like some kind of vampire.

Dean is staring at him with a mixture of horror, betrayal, fear, sadness, disgust, and sorrow. They all swim across his face as he locks eyes with his baby brother. It's similar to the expression he had when he saw Sam take on Samhain in the masoleum. Just a holyshitwhatamIgonnadonow expression. Sam raises his hand—seemingly directed at Dean—and Dean flinches away, scared and confused. It actually took me a minute to realize that Sam was aiming for DemonAmelia behind Dean. He takes out that demon, leaving Amelia intact, and Dean helps Amelia up, dividing his shocked attention between Sam and Amelia.

Meanwhile, Jimmy is dying. CasClaire kneels next to him, and it’s in this moment that I truly felt for Jimmy. Misha did painful dying very well. I felt my gut clench for him—and that’s usually reserved for Dean. CasClaire is going to let Jimmy die and go to Heaven, to his eternal reward, his peace. But Jimmy begs that Cas take him instead of his daughter. Cas explains that it’s forever. He’ll never die, he’ll never age.

Dean, Amelia, and Sam (his chin still stained with blood) are watching, and you can see that they’re each absorbing different things from the moment. Jimmy begs again that Cas take him and leave Claire to her childhood.

“As you wish.”

And then Jimmy is gone. His soul taking a backseat to the greater good. His sacrifice complete. Cas is back, voice and all, and Claire, poor kid, is a mess. Amelia goes to her daughter and Cas walks between the brothers, looking back at Jimmy’s family once with a soft look of sorrow on his face.

Dean stops him, asking what he'd wanted to tell him. But the moment is gone, apparently. Whatever the Cas of before had wanted to say didn't matter to the Cas of now.

“I learned my lesson while I was away, Dean. I serve Heaven, I don’t serve man. And I certainly don’t serve you.”

Umm… what?

Dean’s face was a mix of WTF and Come Again?

I’m not sure I get that yet. I mean, I get that Cas was apparently schooled when he got yanked up to Heaven. I get that he was probably lectured about what he’d done helping Dean save Sam from Lilith by using the prophet. I get that he was probably reprimanded about getting too close to Dean, about caring too much about how this Mission was affecting Dean the person.

But CASTIEL was the one who said that they had to do what Dean said. What’s changed? Is he just pissed because he got in trouble? I hope we find out, because I’m worried that a layer has just been exposed in the overall Dean arc that we won’t get to the bottom of until next season. And I hate waiting.

Back in the Impala, Sam wants Dean to react to what he saw. Pull the car over. Yell, take a swing. Something Dean-like. Dean… he’s not mad. He’s disappointed, but mostly? He’s tired.

The best lack all conviction while the worst are full of passionate intensity.

Dean has always tried to do the Right Thing. But he’s tired. Of sacrifice—not just his own, but his brother's. He’s tired of losing. He’s tired of being a chess piece in a game that has always been too big for him. For any human. He’s tired of secrets and lies and trying to wait it out and trying not to care when he cares too much. His conviction is wavering and his faith is thin and he's gonna need both to survive.

Sam is revved up and vibrating with the need to stop Lilith, to make a difference in this war, to be the one that saves the world from Armageddon so that his destiny will be worth something. So that the demon blood dropped in his mouth when he was too young to know about it can be used for good and not evil. So that Dean doesn’t have to be the one to fight the good fight alone. So that he can have just one more rush of power, just one more hit. His intensity is palpable and scary.

Dean’s calm inside the car is sad and suspicious. Bobby calls and we see him walk out of his panic room, away from a cot with a neatly folded blanket at the foot, telling the boys they better haul ass to his place. Once there, he takes them down into the basement, tells Sam to head into the panic room, he wants to show them something. Sam’s all, “what’s this big demon problem?”

Dean and Bobby stand in the doorway, looking at him with determination and sadness in their eyes. It's totally obvious in that moment that Bobby's call had been plotted, that Dean had called him for help somewhere between Cas walking away and climbing back into the car. They close the door and lock it, Sam pounding on the other side. Oh. My. God.

I usually don’t go into previews in this ramble, but what they showed us had my stomach tightening up into a serious knot. And… it’s said “SOON.” What does SOON mean?? Does anyone know? When is the next episode?

I thought it was next week… but the SOON made me think we were taking yet another break.

Well, whenever it is, I hope to see you back because I’m so far down this rabbit hole I’m going to need spelunking gear to get myself out. Need ya’ll there with me.

PS

Arafel, if you’re reading, I will try to check out TVGuide.com and Tina’s blog, but I don’t think the site likes me very much, because I could never get past page 4 of the comments from last week. Just wanted you to know.

Slainte all.

 

Comments

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chemm80
May. 1st, 2009 05:07 am (UTC)
You know how I was saying last week that I'm incapable of disliking an episode? Never say never, I guess. I was irritated by the time they spent on Castiel's backstory. I kept thinking, "I don't know whether to hope they're going somewhere with this, or that they're not. Because I really didn't want Jimmy riding around in the back seat all next season. (And that's another thing...Jimmy? Seriously? That's the best name they could come up with?) Of course, now that he's fully Castiel again, I'm assuming they're going to give us a good reason for the reset. By the way, I agree with you about Misha's acting--he did good. It's just Castiel that I can take or leave.

I can’t help but think that is more a by-product of his power addiction than a true change in Sam, himself. Addiction does scary things to you.

I'm not sure that Sam hasn't always been this way to some extent. Remember in Salvation how he was so ready to sacrifice himself for the cause? He was a hair away from shooting John in Devil's Trap, Dean's pleading with him not to probably what swayed him. Like his father, Sam's been a "big picture" kind of guy since Jessica died, IMO, ready to do anything for their cause, their mission. This was just intensified by the pain and helplessness of losing Dean to Hell. He was bent on revenge before he started drinking the demon blood.

I know we were supposed to really feel for Jimmy in that moment… but I really didn’t. I can’t explain why. ...But by this time, I’d already given up on fair.

I'll tell you what my reaction was...that's not even scriptural. When did anyone in the Bible ever get to set conditions on service to God? It's all or nothing, baby. That's the sacrifice. "Let the dead bury their own dead..." anyone?

And I'm a complete poetry ignoramus, but I love "Second Coming", the lines you quoted and "the centre cannot hold". sylvanwitch have talked about this poem many times in relation to the Supernatural universe. What "Rough Beast", indeed?

gaelicspirit
May. 1st, 2009 12:37 pm (UTC)
And that's another thing...Jimmy? Seriously? That's the best name they could come up with?

*laugh* I thought the same thing... He SO didn't look like a Jimmy.

I'm not sure that Sam hasn't always been this way to some extent...

This is a really good point. One I hadn't really thought clearly about last night. I guess I am/was trying to explain away his actions and think "there's a way he'll come out of this" but it could very well be that this is what their life has done to him.

I'm not sure which way makes me sadder.

When did anyone in the Bible ever get to set conditions on service to God?

Another good point. That's why the choice to follow God is so hard for many (most) people.

"Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world."

Oy vey. This is gonna be a bumpy ride...

Thank you for coming by. You always manage to help me look at things differently.

(Anonymous)
May. 1st, 2009 05:15 am (UTC)
Soon means soon. It was a combination of the last two episodes. Next week we will have epi 4x21 and I've heard different things - possibly a week or two break for the last epi.
gaelicspirit
May. 1st, 2009 12:38 pm (UTC)
Okay, this made me laugh. I'm all "ACK! When are they coming back!!!"

And you're like, Dude, chill. It's gonna happen when it happens.

Thanks! *grin*
erinrua
May. 1st, 2009 05:19 am (UTC)
... I don't even have words.

Although this? It’s almost worth waiting until AFTER the show just so I can skip through the 475 previews for GossipFreakinGirl… NO KIDDING! It was enough to make me wonder which show I was watching, SPN or GG! *face-palm*

Anyhow, gonna read your reaction over again, as between this episode and the freakin' PREVIEWS, I feel like I've been hit by a bus. *whimpers and cringes*
gaelicspirit
May. 1st, 2009 12:39 pm (UTC)
Anyhow, gonna read your reaction over again, as between this episode and the freakin' PREVIEWS, I feel like I've been hit by a bus...

I know, right?? Hang in there! If you find words, lemme have 'em. I'm curious. :)

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lovinjackson
May. 1st, 2009 05:57 am (UTC)
Hey :) I have been pn my feet almost all day if you take out the hour I sat down to "watch" the episode with Ridley and Tidia which is really torure trying to decipher what they are saying and what is going on when i dont have it playing out in front of me lol Work is insanely busy to the point that i have literally standing all day, no lunch and I feel like i have been here all day and night but sadly its still only 4pm in the afternoon ... i have another hour of this!!! if I get away ... wait! Stop!! He just said i could go home... its a miracle ... i need to go home and watch the episode so I will talk to you in my review ... but just let me say that I LOVE yours as usual and it help me get past the day and made me feel better about the ep :) ... if thats possible with what we have to look forward to at the moment ... cya soon *hugs*
deangirl1
May. 1st, 2009 07:56 am (UTC)
I have to ask --- Did Ridley and Tidia SQUEE when Dean was fishing! I did -- I turned to my hubby and said -- Ridley and Tidia will be squeeing -- it's Pastor Jim's pond....
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deangirl1
May. 1st, 2009 08:02 am (UTC)
I can never talk this coherently about an epi after only seeing it one time!

Soon is next week and the week after... I know this for a fact. I will be off to watch the finale with my bestest SPN buddy in Livonia... so I've looked into it.

And just one other quick comment -- I was on to what a brillian actor Misha is after I saw vids of his first con appearance -- he is NOTHING like Cas...

Ok -- more than one comment -- thank you for the tiny squee over Anna -- I freakin' loved that scene -- I thought Julie was looking particularly attractive too... I also liked that she sensed the demon blood in Sam but didn't rat him out -- I think she could have... and the Impala saw a lot of people thru the backseat this ep! LOL

And really, last blather -- Dean's face when Cas blew him off? OMG. Devastating. He finally thought he had a friend, someone in his corner, and it took him until TMATEOTB to really accept that Cas was those things -- and then to have it all ripped away...
I think that in part it is to de-stabilize Dean to make him more willing to swear his loyalty to the lord -- that scene in the preview just smacked of another crossroads deal to me -- only this time to God, not a demon...

Thanks so much for this ---
gaelicspirit
May. 1st, 2009 12:45 pm (UTC)
You're so funny. Thank YOU for this. :) I love seeing your reactions and YAY I'm so glad to hear that we get the next two one week after another!! Although... I think my parents will be visiting next Thursday. Let's just hope they head to their hotel before 8pm CT. *wink*

Dean's face when Cas blew him off? OMG. Devastating. He finally thought he had a friend, someone in his corner, and it took him until TMATEOTB to really accept that Cas was those things -- and then to have it all ripped away.

EXACTLY!! Oh, man. That hurt.

See you next week?
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apieceofcake
May. 1st, 2009 08:17 am (UTC)
My understanding is we are going to get the ep next week and then they took out the weeks hiatus now, so no breaks!

I liked the backstory, was really impressed with Misha :-)

I'm not religious and this ep made me glad I'm not..cause heaven and angels *shrugs* doesn't give you much faith in them. No offence meant!

When Sam went to suck that demon's blood i had my hand over my mouth and although I wasn't spoiled I was expecting something like that..it still hurt, and I was screaming internally.

The previews for the last two eps..left me shaking..LOL! Have to hang on to my icon ;-)

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gaelicspirit
May. 1st, 2009 12:48 pm (UTC)
I'm not religious and this ep made me glad I'm not..cause heaven and angels *shrugs* doesn't give you much faith in them. No offence meant!

None taken at all. Even those who ARE religious have their faith shaken sometimes, so I am with you here.


When Sam went to suck that demon's blood i had my hand over my mouth and although I wasn't spoiled I was expecting something like that..it still hurt, and I was screaming internally.

That was just... man. How far he's gone is just... yeah. I was much more coherent last night! *laugh*

Thank you for coming by. I always love to see your take.

I'm curious to see the banners/icons you'll do for this one. There were some from Jump the Shark that were simply breathtaking.

All of Dean of course. *wink*
sanderspleen
May. 1st, 2009 09:05 am (UTC)
I wish so bad I could be watching the next 2 WITH you!
I got home from work at my usual time these days (any time after 11pm...my life sucks ass these days) and no matter how exhausted, I couldn't go to bed without watching tonight's ep first. There was so much emotional confusion for Dean in this one that I'm really scared of what the next 2 episodes are going to do to him. He's caught between finding a place of respect and Trust with Cas that, as you stated, he may feel is gone for him now and then the place of disappointment and DIStrust he now has with Sam when he used to trust him completely, without question......now he truly has NO.ONE. As soon as this episode was over, I had to jump on and check your thoughts and I loved the poem you referenced; "The best lack all conviction while the worst are full of passionate intensity." As soon as I read that, the car seen in the end is exactly what I saw. Dean, the good soldier, the hero, just tired and fighting mostly just because he feels he has to. Sam, justifying his addiction as the necessity now to win this fight, driving his need to win and his need now driving HIM.

I could go on here, and normally would, but I really must sleep....to get up 4 hours from now and do this day all over again. *sigh*

Your reviews can be so thought provoking, as if watching the show doesn't do that enough already.....but I love reading them. Pointing out things I didn't notice or forgot about and so many things that I find myself agreeing with you on (like the friggin' gossip girl commercials! GOOD GOD! Shut up already CW!) If only we could watch the last 2 episodes together...........how AWESOME that would be! Watching it with my husband....as enduring as it is that he likes the show too....it's just not the same!

The "soon" scenes for the next 2 episodes have me so worried. I'm with you...spoiler free. So I'm clueless other than the previews we were given after the show today, but I'm fearing a cliffy that may keep us hanging over the edge for the summer.

Hmmmm.....well, on the other hand, a cliffy is what drove all the obsession to fanfic over the summer between season 1 and season 2, so maybe this is a good thing? Ha ha! I need SOMETHING to look forward to these days.
gaelicspirit
May. 1st, 2009 12:50 pm (UTC)
Re: I wish so bad I could be watching the next 2 WITH you!
*pets you*

You poor thing. I got your email, too. Don't worry, chica. I'm not going anywhere. :) I'm tenacious like that.

And YES it would be made of awesome if we could watch the last two together. Why are KS and CA so far apart?!

He's caught between finding a place of respect and Trust with Cas that, as you stated, he may feel is gone for him now and then the place of disappointment and DIStrust he now has with Sam when he used to trust him completely, without question......now he truly has NO.ONE.

*sniff* This makes me so, so sad. But you're right. The cliffie from last season kept us all holding on with hope even when Hell is hopeless.

I know one thing, though. After I write the ramble for the finale? I won't be able to talk about S4 until like... July.
mymuseandi
May. 1st, 2009 10:30 am (UTC)
Just finished the eppy, and i think i should start writing my own review right now, but never got around to it, so never mind, thought it's more fun to comment on other people's reviews...

Sam, with this adorable little flip of his head to get that long hair out of his eyes, points out that if they have questions for Jimmy, you can bet the demons will, too.

I noticed that as well, and i thought that was Jared and not Sam. LOL Cuz a few of the gag reels Jared so love to flip his hair..

He seems to have stopped seeing people as people. They are pawns, chess pieces, meat to him. He sees the liability and the assets where Dean sees the humanity.

I can’t help but think that is more a by-product of his power addiction than a true change in Sam, himself.


I thought that this development is more to Sam himself, and maybe a tiny bit influenced by the demon blood. I always thought that after Jess, and then John, and then Dean died, he kinda harden his heart towards any sentimentality, and that maybe Ruby kinda screwed with his head as well...never did like that demon, and next week's eppy do look encouraging..LOL

Love Misha as well, and i do like this week's eppy, a background story to Castiel's vessel....and Castiel's possession of Claire is creepy...little girls again!!!! *shudders*
gaelicspirit
May. 1st, 2009 12:54 pm (UTC)
I noticed that as well, and i thought that was Jared and not Sam. LOL Cuz a few of the gag reels Jared so love to flip his hair..

LAUGH! You're probably right. I think it's cute when a facet of their real personalities or quirks shines through their performances. I mean sometimes I get so wrapped up in who Dean and Sam are that I almost forget there's just some regular guy in there bringing that character to life.

I thought that this development is more to Sam himself, and maybe a tiny bit influenced by the demon blood.

chemm80 said something similar above and you both have made me think about how I look at that. I think that's gonna take more processing for me because for me, by looking at it as a by-product of the demon blood addiction, I see there being hope for him to "come back" but if it's more a facet of HIM... well, I'm not sure. *thinking*

Thanks so much for coming by and commenting! It's fun to hear what you think.
qultng1
May. 1st, 2009 11:23 am (UTC)
I kind of rejoiced when Castiel told Dean that he served Heaven. That's what angels are supposed to do, but you're right...their orders were to follow Dean's orders. I used to question what I perceived as a confusing change in what I thought God was telling me until I read a poem called The Weaver by Author Unknown. Maybe you know it.

My life is but a weaving
Between my Lord and me.
I cannot choose the colors
He worketh steadily.

Oftimes he weaveth sorrow,
And I in foolish pride
Forget He sees the upper
And I, the underside.

Not till the loom is silent
And the shuttles cease to fly
Shall God unroll the canvas
And explain the reason why.

The dark threads are as needful
In the Weaver's skillful hand
As the threads of gold and silver
In the pattern He has planned.


I just mean that I've learned to wait and see what transpires in God's good time.

Jensen, of course, acted his socks off in this episode. I was so heart broken for him in the car before Bobby's call. He seemed almost at the end of his tether. *pets him*

The fishing thing was awesome and had me VERY confused. Dean doesn't seem the fishing type, but he looked really comfy and cozy there. Loved the lake. We live on a small lake and love it, but have to say, it's not often that peaceful. (Did you know that geese don't sleep at night? They mutter all night until something upsets them and then it's cacophony!) It was a beautiful thing, tho.

I, too, loved the difference in character that Misha was able to put forth in this ep. It was quite amazing. I'd seen several interviews with him and Jensen and Jared in Australia after the con there. His animation and huge smile were amazing. Speaks volumes to his acting ability. I've enjoyed his character up until now, but wasn't head over heals or anything. Still not head over heals, but have gained a greater appreciation.

When I saw the blood on the neck of Sam's demon, I knew what he was going to do and my heart sank. :( *shakes head*

They showed us previews from the final two eps last night. It's what they meant about "soon". I'd be looking forward to the summer break if I actually thought I'd really get a break from this emotional roller coaster. There won't really be a break for me. It'll just be a kind of 'vibrating hold' until it returns in the fall.

Sorry I'm all rambly and uncoordinated here. Been up a loooonnnnnggggg time.

Really enjoyed your review and agreed with you tons.
gaelicspirit
May. 1st, 2009 12:57 pm (UTC)
Hey there, Nana.

I hadn't heard that poem before -- but I really like it. I collect quotes and copied/pasted that one into my collection. Thank you for that!

Dean doesn't seem the fishing type, but he looked really comfy and cozy there.

Y'know I had that fleeting thought as well, but then I think that also shows us the journey Dean has taken. Where before peace for him might be driving 80 mph on a deserted road with AC/DC screaming Back in Black, now that just makes him think of the person he decided to become for the sake of others... and now, peace is... stillness. And what is more still for a GUY'S guy than... fishing? *shrug*

Just my take.

Thank you for being rambly. :) Makes me feel like I'm among my own kind.

See you next week?
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thruterryseyes
May. 1st, 2009 01:33 pm (UTC)
I've decided I'm not gonna watch the show anymore. I'm just gonna read these. It's bad enough hearing about it, I'm not sure if ever have time that i actually want to see it in person.

(And yes, I'm skirting one of my moods. It's rained for 5 days and i'm going to hurt someone if the sun doesn't come out.) Preparing myself for a huge disappointment (you know what) so I can really wallow in it.

This however had me on the floor, intentional (as I suspect) or not, in reference to Mark's sympathetic look. : "Unable to control his lust (we’re back to Sam, now),"

Snorkle.
gaelicspirit
May. 2nd, 2009 12:30 pm (UTC)
*laugh* I thought you might get a kick out of that.

Okay, so kick that mood to the curb, woman. Things are bound to improve when you least expect it. Plus? You got me! What more could a girl ask for, yeah? *wink*

Now... go watch the epi so that you can see the beauty that which is Dean and be good and proper prepared for the next two weeks.

*gulp*
sparky_joe
May. 1st, 2009 01:46 pm (UTC)
Gaelic,

As always I loved your Stream of Conscience ep review, you always seem to give me insight into the episode that I might otherwise have missed or not come to without lots of thinky-thoughts!!!

As someone who appreciates music, I thought you might find this interesting... I tend to watch a lot of TV with the CC on because I just can't seem to make out what their saying half the time!!! Its also interesting because you often "hear" things that either weren't actually said in the televised episode, or that are background noises too faint to normally understand.

Well in last night's episode, in the opening scene when Dean was Dream-fishing, my captioning indicated that CCR's "Green River" was (supposed to be?) playing.

This also happens on occasion, the captioning will show music that's not playing, which I think maybe means they *tried* to obtain rites to the music, but for some reason it didn't happen, or maybe they just changed their minds.

For whatever reason, I still found it interesting, and being the music lover you are I thought you too might appreciate it.

-j
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gaelicspirit
May. 2nd, 2009 12:34 pm (UTC)
Well in last night's episode, in the opening scene when Dean was Dream-fishing, my captioning indicated that CCR's "Green River" was (supposed to be?) playing...

Wow! I didn't have any music when I watched -- just utter silence in that scene. And Green River would have been cool. I wonder why they didn't play that... they've played CCR before. Hmmm.

Thanks so much for telling me!
arafel979
May. 1st, 2009 01:49 pm (UTC)
I AM reading and I had the same problem as you with the site until Sunday afternoon, then p5 came up and everything was okay after that. I don't know when you tried last but I will post another link for you to this week's. I have a new routine now, though. I come here first. I actually feel more comfortable here, and while I usually agree with most of what Tina says, no one comes as close to putting my thoughts into words as you, and not just on the show. The comments over there, too, have left me a bit tired and weary of late. Like our Dean, I think, I'm a bit tired of fighting and trying to find the right words to NOT piss people off, but still wanting to stay true to my thoughts and words and pissing people off any way. And some of the people REALLY piss me off, too! LOL! But I can't and won't stay away because I cut my teeth on blogging over there and there are some incredibly intelligent and insightful people there who I just don't want to give up(and Tina ROCKS!) and while I feel I don't have the time nor the ability to write a blog of my own, I think I am capable of a meaningful comment now and then. :) Apologies for going on about this; my point was to let you know, I like it here as much as I do there-and maybe even a little bit better, at this point in the story. All that being said, settle in because this comment is going to be long because I SO LOVED and agree with almost all your thoughts on this one, and what's more important-I didn't even know what half of my thougths WERE until I read your re-cap-so if that makes any sense whatsoever-thank you, dear one!
I laughed out loud at your opening two sentences! I felt a bit underwhelmed at most of the ep until about the last 15 minutes, and then, yeah OMGOMGOMG!...but instead of wine-whiskey, please!
I was raised in a loosely, and I mean LOOSELY Catholic household, but I feel exactly the same as you regarding The Rapture.
No quote I have read better reflects my feelings about this season than the Yeats quote you used-again, thank you, thank you, thank you, for finding a way to put my thoughts into words.

"I have to say that I’ve never really given Misha Collins much thought. Castiel was a character that simply added to the ambience of the show and complemented Dean’s journey this season. But as a performer, Misha impressed the hell out of me in this episode. We actually got to see him be two different characters. Nicely done, that."

I was trying to evaluate MC's performance in this one. I am a very harsh critic when it comes to acting-only two actors have made me cry in the last ten years-Russel Crowe and Jensen Ackles. In fact, the reason I love Jensen so much is that he can bring a lump to my throat with a downward glance. And usually when I am underwhelmed with an episode of this show, it's because I greedily felt that I didn't get enough Jensen/Dean to feed the need. I LOVE the chemistry between Jensen and MC as much as I love the chemistry between him and JP-and while MC and JP on-screen by themselves do not affect me in the same way as when they are on there with Jensen-there is no denying that MC is a very strong actor and a GREAT addition to our show. The guys need rest after four years of being on-screen in almost every scene of every episode and I am glad that they found someone who could give this to them. I am with you, though-He IS Castiel, not Jimmy-VERY, VERY nice performance by him in this one. I better post. I think this is getting long...

arafel979
May. 1st, 2009 02:37 pm (UTC)
comment cont'd
"The opening scene after the “Then” was one of the prettiest, most peaceful things we’ve seen all season. I mean, I even found my tired muscles relaxing as we panned up Dean’s legs, past the tackle box, to his hands loosely holding the fishing pole. He looks as caught off guard as I was, and then takes a breath and sinks into the moment. It was gorgeous."

LOVED IT! Especially when he closed his eyes to soak in the peace....GUH! I knew it was a dream then, though...

“Having an angel inside of you is like being chained to a comet.” I’m going to have to remember that one…"

Ya think?, Foreshadowing much, maybe?...

"So, for some reason that I haven’t been able to figure out, Sam (or Sam and Bobby, perhaps) drove Dean’s mangled body 245 miles to bury him in a wooden box in the middle of the woods.

Right where an angel had selected a vessel. Because, presumably, the whole selection, faith-testing, wife-thinks-I’m-batshit-crazy period of time happened prior to Dean’s resurrection because it said “One Year Ago” and Dean hasn’t yet been back for a year. Right?

I’ll have to chew on that for a bit."

Really interesting and I hadn't realized this.

"Flash back to now and the brothers are arguing about what to do with Jimmy...That’s how Dean is BUILT, man. Vengeance and righteous anger was only justified when his family was in danger. Other than that, he just wants to stay off the grid and do the right thing...Dean can sympathize. You can see it on his face. He hurts that he has to agree with Sam when his brother points out that Jimmy will just put his family in danger."

I LOVED this scene especially because we get to see Dean who will always be about "Saving People" first, and yet, he listens and weighs what his brother has to say, realizing that it's not that simple anymore. Listening and weighing what a loved one has to say to you, Sam-see, that's how it's done...

"After an indignant 'You ever think about calling ahead?!' he looks back at her.

'You look terrific.'

Oh. Yum. Seriously? I know the writers will never give the boys real peace, or a home with a wife, or even an honest-to-God (no pun intended) relationship, but I would love Dean to have some more lovin’. He’s just so damn sexy when he looks at women. Even angel wome
n."

I LOVE Dean Winchester SO MUCH!!

I could keep doing this for your entire post, so let me just finish this up. Sam's addiction is a bad, bad thing and I, too, know of it from the loved one's perspective. I have been at a place where I jumped and worried every time the phone rang that it was going to be the police asking me to come down and identify my brother's body. And I remember feeling like this for weeks/months on end. I thought the best part of this ep was from when Dean finally saw whith his own eyes and realized what Sam has been doing to "power up". Everything, EVERYTHING, you said, mirrored my thoughts. I can't help it. I just identify so closely with DEAN on this journey that these two brothers are on.

"Jimmy's a vessel—even if he doesn’t know anything, the demons will want to see what makes him tick. Dean lets Sam do most of the talking, his face set. Sam’s almost vibrating with intensity about Jimmy doing what he says. Dean just looks… grim. And hurt. Not physically hurt, but… how much more of this do we have to take hurt.

Sam says that there is no getting out and no going home.

'Don’t sugar coat it for him, Sam.'

'I’m just telling him the truth, Dean. Someone has to.'

So much anger. Fueled by need. A need he hasn’t stopped long enough to think about the price he pays."

I scrolled back to Yeat's quote after reading this, and of course, this:

"Back in the Impala, Sam wants Dean to react to what he saw. Pull the car over. Yell, take a swing. Something Dean-like. Dean… he’s not mad. He’s disappointed, but mostly? He’s tired.

'The best lack all conviction while the worst are full of passionate intensity.' "

Like I said, I can't help but identify more with Dean. The previews were absolutely unbelievable. My heart feels heavy this morning, though...*sigh*...This show... Thanks again, Gaelic. Your words, as ever, move me in such a way that I again feel so lucky and happy to have found such a kndred spirit in this life. *hugs you*














arafel979
May. 1st, 2009 02:46 pm (UTC)
Oh man, just one more thing...

"Cas walks between the brothers, looking back at Jimmy’s family once with a soft look of sorrow on his face.

Dean stops him, asking what he'd wanted to tell him. But the moment is gone, apparently. Whatever the Cas of before had wanted to say didn't matter to the Cas of now.

'I learned my lesson while I was away, Dean. I serve Heaven, I don’t serve man. And I certainly don’t serve you.'

Umm… what?

Dean’s face was a mix of WTF and Come Again?

I’m not sure I get that yet. I mean, I get that Cas was apparently schooled when he got yanked up to Heaven. I get that he was probably lectured about what he’d done helping Dean save Sam from Lilith by using the prophet. I get that he was probably reprimanded about getting too close to Dean, about caring too much about how this Mission was affecting Dean the person.

But CASTIEL was the one who said that they had to do what Dean said. What’s changed? Is he just pissed because he got in trouble? I hope we find out, because I’m worried that a layer has just been exposed in the overall Dean arc that we won’t get to the bottom of until next season. And I hate waiting."

This. Was Cas just play acting in case someone was "watching"-someone who can even see into Dean's dreams?! I'm pretty sure Cas WAS reprimanded severely, but by who? Bobby is the only left who Dean can trust implicitly now. Please don't let anything happen to Bobby, Kripke...*Arafel worrying*...
gaelicspirit
May. 2nd, 2009 12:50 pm (UTC)
Girl, you are awesome. Three comments! LOL. I am just going to reply to them all here, if that's okay. Mo Chuisle is next to me and a two-year-old patience is, well... thin. :)

That thing with the change in location from when Dean died to where he was buried has bothered me all season. I am trying to coerce anyone I know that goes to cons to ask that question (no luck yet). I'm sure it's just one of those random things that doesn't matter... but it BUGS me. *laugh*

I feel I don't have the time nor the ability to write a blog of my own, I think I am capable of a meaningful comment now and then...

I totally and completely agree with this! I also think you COULD write your own blog because you really dive deep into these epis, and your comments always ALWAYS make me go "huh... I hadn't looked at it that way... COOL!"

Thank you so much for your compliments about my write-ups, but mostly I love that we are kindred spirits. :) Hee. And OMG share the Dean love... sigh...

I haven't gotten over to Tina's blog yet because I get frustrated when Technology doesn't work for me right when I want it to, so I'll wait until naptime tomorrow... but I hear you in the "trying to figure out the right thing to say that won't upset anyone..."

That is exhausting and why I like that people feel safe expressing their opinions here -- regardless if they reflect my opinion or not.

Oh, and last thing -- I hear you on the Bobby worry. Terry said something last week about Dean's life now being a series of trap doors, and I think that analogy works so well. You're right - Bobby is the ONLY one Dean has left that he can trust. And I am so, so worried that the way things are going, The Powers That Be are going to take everyone away from him until he's truly, utterly alone just to see if he can handle it and Do The Job... ugh. It actually makes my stomach tighten to think about it...

PS
I studied Yeats when I was at school in Ireland. I even got to go to the home he built for his wife, George. Yes, her name was George. This is an interesting man, ya'll.

tuya_moon
May. 1st, 2009 03:48 pm (UTC)
I just wanted to say I LOVE reading your episode reviews every week. (I found you via fanfiction.net) You're so insightful.

Typically, I'm more of a Dean-girl, but I just about died when they locked Sam up at the end. I should have seen it coming because that's type of ending I like to write and watch/read, but all I could say was "omg, omg, omg". And after watching Sam slurp demon-blood (Seriously, from his hand??! Wouldn't drinking it directly from the flask be easier?), all I could think was that he really, honestly thought he could control it. It's sad, but true. I think all of us, to some degree or another, think we can control our vices. It's starts out small and before we know it, it's taken over. You are so right about addiction; it's awful watching a loved one die right in front of you; their personality--everything that made them THEM.

Well, thanks for listening to my mini-rant and for letting me takie up some of your blog. But more than anything I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy reading your blurbs every week! :)
gaelicspirit
May. 2nd, 2009 12:57 pm (UTC)
Hi there! Thank you so much for coming by each week! I am pleased that the reviews resonate for you -- and glad you came by from ff.net!

Typically, I'm more of a Dean-girl, but I just about died when they locked Sam up at the end...

Girl, I'm so with you there. Hence the "omg omg omg" at the beginning. EEEK!

Seriously, from his hand??! Wouldn't drinking it directly from the flask be easier

I thought the same thing! I was like "eww! Dude!"

I had this whole thing play in my head in the commercial after that scene. *ahem*

DIRECTOR: Jared, take a big swig from the flask.
JARED: *does it*
DIRECTOR: Okay, yeah, it just looks like you're taking a nip... could be whiskey. We need people to know you're drinking blood. Let's see... okay, pour it in your hand...
JARED: I could lick it up...
DIRECTOR: Try that.
JARED: *does it*
DIRECTOR: Dude! That's totally disgusting! Do it again!
JARED: Tastes like crap.
DIRECTOR: Well... it's blood...
JARED: *does it*
DIRECTOR: Yes! That's it! Complete squicked me out! We're keeping it!

*Gaelic laughs at self*

Thanks for coming by -- hope to see you next week!


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