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13 May 2010 @ 10:42 pm
SPN #5x22 Swan Song (episode review)  
Okay, I highly doubt I'll be very coherent here. Plus I might've missed a few things because twice the audio cut out on my stupid CW affiliate... not long but for a few seconds and of course it was while people were talking..... *sigh*

I am seriously crying my eyes out now. And going "WTF" and just flailing.

"The Road So Far" with "Carry On Wayward Son" gets me going and my tv screen gets blurry.

We then open with Chuck talking about the Impala, going back to her inception in 1967. Looks like Chuck has some narrator duties here and there in the episode. Nice tribute to the Impala... the story begins and ends with her.

Then it's at Bobby's junkyard with Sam reclining on the car's hood. Dean joins him for a beer and tells him that he's in, he's on board with the Satan thing. Sam is surprised. "You're gonna let me say yes?" Dean: "No, that's the thing. It's not on me to let you do anything. You're a grown ... overgrown [hee!!] man. If this is what you want, I'll back your plan." Sam again is surprised. "That's the last thing I thought you'd ever say." Dean: "Might be. [aw :(] Not gonna lie to you though, it goes against every fiber I got." He says that watching out for Sam is more than his job, it's who he is. Sam's not a kid anymore and he can't treat him like one. Dean says that maybe he's gotta grow up too. He doesn't think they have a snowball's chance but he does know that if anyone can do it, it's Sam. Awwwww. :) Sam: "... Thank you." Dean asks him if this is what he really wants. Sam says he let the Devil out, he's gotta put him back in.

So we see them gathering the demon blood... ugh. And you can tell Dean isn't too happy about it. Bobby finds out that the temperature dropped 20 degrees in one little area and Dean believes Lucifer is in Detroit.

They're on the road to Detroit with Cas sleeping in the back seat. Dean has a bad feeling about this whole thing because it's Detroit and that's where Lucifer is supposed to jump Sam's bones. Sam tells Dean "you know, if this works, I can't come back." He makes Dean promise him he won't try to bring him back. Nooooo!! Dean can't do it, but Sam insists. He tells him to find Lisa and live a normal, apple pie life. He makes Dean promise him but Dean doesn't exactly answer.

In Detroit Bobby goes up to the boys and tells them "Demons... at least 2 dozen of them. You were right - something's up." Dean: "More than something. He's here, I know it." Dean then walks away from them, going behind the car. Bobby goes up to Sam and says "See ya around, kid." Sam: "See ya around." The look on Dean's face... *sniffle* :( And even on Cas' face.... *more sniffles* Bobby hugs Sam, awwww. :( Bobby: "When he's in you fight him tooth and nail, you understand? Keep swinging. Don't give an inch." Sam: "Yes, Sir." He then goes up to Cas, offering his hand and saying "Take care of these guys, okay?" Cas: "That's not possible." (Eh... okay? LOL) Sam: "Then humor me." Cas: "Oh, I'm supposed to lie. Uh...uh... sure! [cue cheesy grin] We'll be fine!" Sam: "Just-just stop...talking." Heh.

Then Sam goes up to Dean and tells him not to watch him ingest the demon blood. Dean obliges. What? No hug?? *sigh* He drinks the blood and they go. Sam calls out to the demons and two of them drag the boys inside to Lucifer. 

Is it me or did the commercials seem much more annoying than usual? I think I'm going to boycott TGI Friday's for a while now....

After this commercial break ends we're back to Chuck talking about the Impala. He tells about how John got it, and then about Sam and Dean being kids in it. Sam wedged a little toy soldier in the ashtray or something like that, and Dean got legos or something like that inside that you can still hear a rattle from. These little things are what make the car theirs. Nice seeing some really quick scenes of Wee!Chesters. :)

Anyway, back to present... Sam tells Lucifer he's not here to fight him, he's here to say 'Yes." He kills the demons with his mind? Ooh, niiice. He will say "yes" but when it's over, he and Dean live and they get their parents back.

And this is where the audio cut out for a few seconds. I was literally shouting at the TV. GAH. All I got from that was that Lucifer wanted the rings and if Sam wins, he jumps in the hole.

Sam says yes and outside Bobby and Cas see the light from the window. Sam's lying on the ground and Dean tosses the rings at the wall, chanting something. The wall falls away and Sam wakes up, saying he can feel Luci. Dean wants to leave when, oh crp, it's Samifer and he says he was just messing with Dean ... "Sammy's long gone." Oh, look at Dean's face here. :( Samifer tells him "I told you this would always happen in Detroit" and then is gone. Dean looks just devastated.

We see Sam inside Lucifer fighting him. Interesting how they did that to show Sam and Lucifer separately in the mirror. Lucifer taunts him with things like "are you angry at me or the face in the mirror?" He tells Sam he knows he felt out of place in his family, that they were more like a foster family and Lucifer is his real family. Sam denies it. Lucifer tells him that every time he ran away from them, he was running towards Lucifer. He tells Sam he wants him to be happy but Sam doesn't want anything from him. He then shows Sam a few people, like his grade school teacher, one of his friends and his prom date. Asks if he wants to take anything out on them.

Meanwhile Dean, Bobby and Cas are seeing reports on TV of chaos. Cas says it's starting and says that they should "buy copious quantities of alcohol." Yep, that's your answer to everything nowadays huh Cas? Dean wants to stop it but Cas says they can't. He tells them about Lucifer and Michael's showdown in a field. Dean insists they are not giving up but even Bobby looks like he's giving up and says he doesn't know what else to do.

This destruction is going on and Lucifer asks Sam if they're having fun yet.

Another way too long commercial break and then we're back to Chuck talking about the Impala and the boys. Basically about their good times and how it was like home to them. Awwww. I loved that little scene of the two of them just looking up at the night sky. *sighs happily*

Chuck is interrupted by Dean calling. Huh, so the thing with Becky didn't work out... he had too much respect for her? Okay... Anyway Chuck knows that Sam says yes, that he saw it. He tells Dean the battle is at high noon at Stull Cemetery outside Lawrence. It has to end where it started apparently, although Chuck doesn't know how it ends and says the angels are keeping that secret.

Dean tells Bobby and Cas that he's going to talk to Sam. Bobby thinks it's a dumb idea but Dean doesn't have anything to lose. Cas says that the only thing he'll see is Michael killing his brother. In that case, Dean won't let him die alone. Aww. *heart is breaking*

So Lucifer is in the cemetery when Michael (in Adam) shows up. Luci wishes they didn't have to do this, but Michael says he has no choice. Luci says God made him who he is, that he wanted the Devil, so why make them fight? He doesn't appear like he wants to fight but Michael says he has to, that he's a good son and has orders. Luci says he doesn't have to follow them. Wow, could the parallels between them and Sam and Dean be any more evident? Michael says that Lucifer is a monster so he has to kill him.

All of a sudden we hear the Impala roaring up. Dean puts a tape in (and for the life of me I can't remember the name of that song 'cause I'm still crying like a baby but I have heard it before....). He asks Michael and Lucifer if he's interrupting anything and says they need to talk. Dean wants to talk to Sam but Michael says Dean's not in this anymore since he's not Michael's vessel.

Then he gets interrupted by Cas saying "Hey, Assbutt!!" (uh... 'kay?) He sets Michael ablaze and gets rid of him although he will be back after a while (but I assume that Adam himself has been killed?). Lucifer gets angry at Cas and says that no one dicks with Michael but him. And he kills Cas!

Dean is trying to get through to Sam, but Lucifer beats him up, badly. Bobby tries to shoot him but he kills Bobby!!! *flails*

Dean is still trying to get through to Sam. His "Sammy, you in there?" breaks my heart. As Luci beats him up, Dean insists that he's not going to leave Sam. At that moment Lucifer stops and sees the little army man in the ashtray of the car. Suddenly Sam breaks through as he starts to remember how it got there and then all his memories flood back (and we see little scenes from all the past episodes, the last one being Dean hugging him in AHBL Part 2... *cries*). Sam takes control seemingly and tells Dean "it's okay, Dean, it's gonna be okay. I got him." He takes the key , tosses it onto the ground and does the chant.

The ground falls open and I knew something bad was about to happen. Adam as Michael comes back and tells Sam to step back, that he has to fight his brother - it's his destiny. He grabs onto Sam and the two of them go down into the hole.


And of course it's time for another stupid commercial break.

Cas returns and it seems that God brought him back, better than before. He heals Dean and he revives Bobby. *phew* But that was it?!

Chuck talks about how hard endings are, trying to tie up loose ends, the fans are gonna bitch and there are always going to be holes.

Dean and Cas are in the Impala and Dean asks what he's going to do now. Cas doesn't know what God wants but Dean is really angry and says he's coming for God next. He's angry that he didn't get anything out of it, he didn't get Sam back or anything else. Cas tells him that he got no Paradise, no Hell, just more of the same. He asks if Dean would rather have peace or freedom. And then he's gone.

Chuck tells us that this is the last Dean and Bobby see of each other for a long time. So they go their separate ways, I'm assuming? He says that Dean wants to die or bring Sam back, but he can't do either because he made a promise. So we see him go back to Lisa. Oh God, I can't watch this...  crying too much :(

Chuck says that this was a test of Sam and Dean, and they did alright because they chose family. He says that endings are hard, but nothing ever ends, does it. Hm, good point, Chuck.

And with that, we see a streetlamp flicker and Sam is standing there, looking in on Dean who is with Lisa and Ben.


Okay, I'm back. But I'm still crying. So I guess it really was about family. Sam ended up breaking through to Lucifer and not killing Dean when he thought about the Impala and all the times he had with Dean. Dean tried so hard to get through to Sam and he managed to do so, and then kept his promise to Sam at the end.

So who was the character who was supposed to die then, as dictated by the spoilers? Bobby died but Cas brought him back. We thought Cas died, but he's apparently an angel again. I guess Adam (as Michael's vessel) was the one to die then since he ended up in the hole with Lucifer? Or was it actually Sam who died? I still don't get it at the very end. I assumed that when he appeared, he was a spirit. If he's dead, how will he come back for next season? Will it be like a Lazarus Rising redux? God, I hope Show doesn't go there again. And I also hope it doesn't take place years in the future, even several years, 'cause I dunno, I never liked big time jumps in shows much. What if they make our boys look all old and icky and... not like themselves? *worries*

Dammit Kripke, you bastard!! Yes they tied up a lot of loose ends, but I'm still all discombobulated and confused and still crying here. I honestly can't believe a show is affecting me this much (last one to do that was Stargate SG-1 when its final episode aired).

Current Mood: depressedcrying
Mizramizra on May 13th, 2010 11:03 pm (UTC)
You and me both, honey. My friend and I went through a box of Kleenex this evening. I'm still crying.

Really, I can't believe (but sorta can) that it ends like this. But if Sam is back... does this mean that Lucifer somehow got out of his box? And Castiel will HAVE TO TAKE CHARGE, since he's the new "sheriff in town" and all.

Dude, Castiel cannot trash talk. I guess that's what was up with the whole "assbutt" thing. My assumption, anyway.

AND WHAT THE FRAK ABOUT LISA AND DEAN? Really, the kid isn't his. Why Lisa? I doubt Dean will really ever want to be a part of that family. He wants Sam. Sam is his family.
jessm78jessm78 on May 13th, 2010 11:20 pm (UTC)
Yeah, I'm still crying myself. And I should really be in bed since I have to get up early for work. No chance.

I still don't understand the whole thing about Sam being back. I wonder if Chuck is God now. I'm thinking again about how he said that nothing really ever ends, and then it cuts to the scene where Sam appears outside the house.

I can't get used to Castiel with the trash talk. I still can't get over how jarring it was when he told Raphael "you're my little bitch" back in FTBYAM.

It's hard for me to get behind the Dean/Lisa stuff too. I know they tried to hint that he probably did have feelings for her with that vision or whatever of her on the picnic blanket in DALDOM, but she was only in one other episode.

Now they'll leave us hanging all summer wondering just how the boys are going to get back together next season.

*empties another tissue box*
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Paige: SPN_Thursdaykate_mct on May 13th, 2010 11:27 pm (UTC)
Since Kripke and Sera said that the original storyline would wrap up this season, I don't think it's Lucifer!Sam. I think Season 6 will start with Dean getting bored with the apple pie life and goes back to hunting. I also think that Sam's going to keep hunting and try to let Dean have his peace. I really need for it to be September now.
jessm78jessm78 on May 14th, 2010 09:50 am (UTC)
Yep, I think you're right about that. I can't imagine them leaving it on a cliffhanger like this if they're wrapping up that whole storyline.

I'm wondering now if we've already had a bit of a time jump. It seemed that even a little time had already passed between Dean first going to Lisa and Sam appearing at the end, just from the way we had Chuck's narration in the middle about Dean and Bobby not seeing each other for a long time and etc.

Just as long as our boys find their way back to each other eventually. Is it September yet?
mcsheploversmcsheplovers on May 13th, 2010 11:29 pm (UTC)
Oh my, the tissues came out as soon as Sammy was saying goodbye in the alley to Bobby and Cas. It broke my heart that he didn't want Dean to see him guzzle the "go juice"---poor baby is ashamed but he has to do it.
Then when Dean tells Bobby and Cas that he can't let Sam die alone.....*sniff* and then when he said to Sammy/Lucifer, "I'm here Sammy, I'm not gonna leave you." Aaarrggghhh. Killed me.
All the flashbacks were heartwrenching and I loved seeing the boys as little boys....
I'm wrecked.
jessm78jessm78 on May 14th, 2010 10:35 am (UTC)
Yes! Same here. I actually started tearing up when "Carry On Wayward Son" began, but needed the tissues big time during Sam's goodbye.

So many moments that just broke me into tiny pieces. :(

I'm still broken from it, although trying to keep in mind that they'll be back next season, so things have to get better... somehow.
Melcoltshot_1 on May 14th, 2010 12:00 am (UTC)
I don't know about this episode. Parts of it were really, really awesome and parts of it really, REALLY pissed me right the hell off.

So I'm kinda torn.
jessm78: Supernatural: Sam & Dean (ELAC final scejessm78 on May 14th, 2010 10:40 am (UTC)
Yeah, I kinda feel the same way, which is why I refrained from giving a final rating/grade/whatever to it.
bella66sammy1966 on May 14th, 2010 03:23 am (UTC)
I'm really a mess right now... this is, without a doubt, the most amazing hour of television I have ever watched. Everybody was excellent tonight but Jared's performance was mind-blowing. And I thought, well even the most hardcore Jensen fans will have to agree with me. So, I went to this forum and this is one of the first comment I saw:

- by Brit_Canuck 2 hours ago (Thu May 13 2010 21:13:25) UPDATED Thu May 13 2010 21:13:59

"Although I don't think he's as bad as he used to be, he is still by far the weakest link on this show, and does not have much ability as an actor. The emotions definitely feel a lot more forced with him, and I didn't think it was a seamless transition from Pellegrino to Padalecki; Pellegrino had many layers to the performance, but Padalecki was still very one-note and flat. From week to week, I just find myself thinking, 'This boy really can't act. Just my opinion, of course." -

I was so furious I started to yell and curse at my monitor... my boyfriend had to calm me down. As you can see, I'm very protective of my puppy. I just don't understand people saying cruel and unfair things like that about him...specially not after his amazing performance tonight. Do I make any sense Jess??
jessm78: Supernatural: Sam & Dean (ELAC final scejessm78 on May 14th, 2010 10:43 am (UTC)
I still have no words for it. I thought Jared knocked it out of the park.

*tsk* It's so sad that these people can't see beyond their bias and be objective. As much as I love Jared, whenever Jensen does a good job I'll give him credit for it - not totally denigrate him. I know everyone has different opinions but with all the "weakest link on the show" talk their agenda is showing through. You make total sense, hon. It really aggravates me, too.
Pensola: Unbelieveablepenamesolen on May 14th, 2010 04:43 am (UTC)
I swear, I had this feeling in my chest all the way throughout the episode, except for then Lucifer and Michael talks at the graveyard. It was a really tension-filled episode.

I feel cheated when it comes to the "a beloved character faces death". Let's count our beloved characters: Sam, Dean, the Impala, Bobby, Castiel and in some degree Adam and Lucifer (because he's awesome in general :)). Dean gets hurt and close to death, but never died; Sam and Lucifer got into the cage, where they would live eternally without dying, but come back; the Impala got a broken window, but survived; Bobby and Castiel Disney-Died; Adam is likely alive.
NONE of them died permanently. Saying that Bobby or Castiel where the beloved characters is like cheating, because when they say, "faces death", it should mean, "dies permanently". If it was any others, they should have written, "faces his destiny".

It was really sad, this ending. Though I didn't really like Michael falling in the pit with 'em. I mean, Sure, it was to give Castiel a reason for promotion (let us completely forget about Archangel Raphael could rule), and it was kind of symbolizing how the brothers were ready to meet the end with each other. But... it just sounded too random for me. Not to mention that if Sam got himself out, what about Adam and Michael?

About Lisa, I don't really have any bad feelings for her (I'm not from the sexist part of the fandom), but ever since Jo's death, I thought SHE was the one Dean loved, and it was her death that started to change his mind about saying yes to Michael. But then he went to Lisa and told the opposite, and I just feel that he could at least explain it somehow, like, "I met this girl, and she reminded me of you... I knew that if I was close to you, you would get hurt, and so I wanted to be close to her as if it was you. But then she died, and I realized that we're never safe, and that's why... I'm going to fix some arrangements for you and the kid to be safe. 'Cause you are what I imagine when I feel myself happy, and it took a dear friend's sacrifice to understand".

I can only think of two ways the next season will be about (possibly spoilers?):

1. Sam comes, tells Dean that God let him get out from the cage so that they could be together again, and Dean, realizing that he does not feel comfortable with the apple pie-life, tells Lisa he'll go on a field trip and be back at the end of the year. Then they go and hunt monsters of the weeks. Personally, I'd hate them if they did this ending, because after all that has happened, they're just going to hunt again? It's just... I don't know, I just wouldn't like it. As I've said before, I don't want an entire season that tells me how the boys continue to hunt after the fricking Apocalypse.

2. Sam and Lucifer somehow got themselves out of the cage (forget whether Michael and Adam did, as well), but Sam and Lucifer made a deal that Sam will be in control and show Lucifer why humanity shouldn't be destroyed. That's why, since he still is fused with Lucifer, AKA angel power, the light reacts.
OR, he could be possessed by Michael, who is pissed at Dean.
OR, Sam became a demon and doesn't want to be close to Dean as he knows Dean is having the apple pie life.
I mentioned in another thread that I first thought he would be a demon, but then the whole "how did he get out of the cage, and how didn't Lucifer get out, too?" thing came, so I wanted to change it to Sam fused with Lucifer, but then the question about why they are hunting different monsters came. Hunting monsters isn't exactly the best way to show the good parts of humanity.
And I will NOT accept that God came and freed Sam and Sam only. It's so Deus ex Machina, I'll write one long, long, LONG letter to Eric Kripke and the others to complain. Yes, I can do that. If I can get the number of Jan Thomas, I can get the personal adress of Eric Kripke.

I must admit, though, I love how Mark plays Nick!Lucifer. You know the Facial Shrug Alerts in your picspams? Mark does them too. And with the whole "Made For Each Other" thing, I just love the symbolizing that some of their features are the same, since technically, Sam was made to be Lucifer's perfect vessel.
jessm78jessm78 on May 14th, 2010 10:57 am (UTC)
I felt the same way. This really was a tense episode.

I was pretty confused about that whole thing. Although, as far as I know, they'd originally said "a beloved character faces death" and then later changed it to "a beloved character dies." Which, given what happened, probably makes less sense. Sure, quite a few characters died, but they came back (although I'm still not sure about Lucifer... if he is back in his cage, does that really count as "dying"?).

Good point about forgetting Raphael. I wonder what is going on with him now. Last we saw of him was in FTBYAM. Did they just leave him there, or free him eventually? I'm having trouble remembering. I wonder if Adam/Michael are trapped in Hell now with Lucifer?

For some reason I see something like #1 happening... I doubt it would actually be that easy. I think something pretty important would have to happen to get them both out hunting together again. For some reason, I doubt this is all over for them. Sam drank all that demon blood to take on Lucifer and it's possible that he could have come back a little different (remember what the YED in AHBL saying "how sure are you that what you brought back is 100% pure Sam?" and there was this question for most of the season if Sam came back different? Maybe they will do something like that again, but it will be more meaningful).

The second one sounds intriguing, but I don't know if they'd still have Sam as Lucifer, or be an angel, or a demon, if they're supposed to wrap up this whole storyline. I personally liked the idea of God getting Sam out because he'd redeemed himself by choosing family (as Chuck said at the end). But I guess I can see how it looks a lot like an deus ex machina type thing. I just wonder how they're going to have Sam next season if this whole storyline is supposed to be wrapped up and not dragged into next season. Would they suddenly have him as Sam and he'd just have to explain how he overcame Lucifer at some point between the finale and the next season premiere? Even if he is still fused to Lucifer, that's still one remnant of the whole Apocalypse storyline that they seem so intent on wrapping up. I still admit that it's a very interesting idea, though. :)

Mark did an excellent job with that. I noticed that Mark does them too - pretty cool. :)

Edited at 2010-05-14 02:58 pm (UTC)
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ckllckll on May 14th, 2010 06:35 am (UTC)
When they showed the whole Impala story, i thought of her dying but it's Adam and..Sam?? Did he die? Was he a ghost in the end?
jessm78jessm78 on May 14th, 2010 09:28 am (UTC)
I thought he was a ghost at the end, but now I'm thinking he was actually brought back. Maybe God brought him back... pleased that Sam did well in the "test"? It was interesting how we see Chuck (who I now think was either God or a vessel for God) talking about endings and how they don't always end, and then we suddenly see Sam appear, looking in at Dean. I think that if he was a ghost we would have seen him vanish before the end credits. But he was just standing there. Hmm....
Amaranth Traces: lostamaranthtraces on May 14th, 2010 07:47 am (UTC)
Question for you - didn't actually read your post because I haven't seen the episode yet. In fact, after seeing your "trembling" or "shaking" or something cut for the last episode's review/recap I decided not to watch that one until the next episode came out because I figured it was a cliffhanger and I wasn't really in any mental state for that kind of thing.

I'm still not, really, so...this latest episode. 5.22. Is it the season/series finale? Is there more this season or a summer break then sixth season? Because if there's another episode this season, I'll be waiting until the season finale comes out before watching, I think. I'm in the mood for some conclusion of plot lines.

I don't need actual spoilers regarding what happens. Just wanting to know if it's safe to watch ;)
jessm78jessm78 on May 14th, 2010 09:26 am (UTC)
This was the season finale. There's going to be a sixth season, which I guess is going to start in September like usual (although there's been speculation about it not airing till mid-season time, around January, but no one knows for sure yet).

Not going to spoil you, but there were some loose ends that were tied up. It seems actually like a series finale and I think it's what they would have done if the show wasn't renewed (although you can tell they did tweak a few things, probably after finding out about the renewal). Comparing it to SG-1, I'd say it's a lot like Moebius.

So, yep, should be safe to watch. ;)

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anastdean: picAdam 5x18  (NEW PACK)anastdean on May 14th, 2010 08:28 am (UTC)
I'm kind of torn actually.
Parts of this episode were really, really awesome and parts of it really, pissed me off.
Pensola: Embarrasedpenamesolen on May 14th, 2010 08:40 am (UTC)
What pissed you off?
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The Sarcastic Kitty: Sam Merlotteoresteia on May 14th, 2010 11:40 am (UTC)
Honestly I had worse reaction to private practice because when the show didn't end with everyone dying I knew something was up. However, I will admit I'd love to know what exactly Sammy is now or who is most importantly.
jessm78jessm78 on May 14th, 2010 12:11 pm (UTC)
I'm still very curious about that as well. I think at the very least he is still Sammy but came back a little different. Maybe all the demon blood he drank has something to do with that? Unless God did bring him back, you would think that would be taken care of.

I guess we'll find out next season. If they are truly wrapping up this storyline, I can't see them leaving a really big cliffhanger about it.
Flory: Looking into your eyescamelutza25 on May 14th, 2010 01:11 pm (UTC)
There is just so much I feel and want to say about this episode, but I am still not coherent enough at the moment after such a mind-blowing finale of 5 incredible seasons! I am completely in awe with it, it was everything I have hoped for and was afraid of wrapped up in one, a smile-inducing, nostalgic trip down memory lane mixed with moments when I bawling like a baby, my heart hitched up in my throat! Kripke is pure genius! Jared's performance as Lucifer was absolutely STELLAR, especially when playing against himself, much like Dean did in "The End"! He simple shined!!! And Jensen's way of expressing his desperation, faith, love - it just never ceases to amaze me and touch me to the very core!! And the end with Sammy watching Dean, I could not believe my eyes, but God, he's still there one way or the other and Dean looks just miserable no matter how much Sam insisted that he gets his apple-pie life and be happy after Sam is gone!!! I have no idea how I'll be able to wait so many months until next season will start, I'm just too curious!
There are million other things I wanted to say, but I just cannot find the right words to express to express how much I loved this episode and this show! <333
jessm78jessm78 on May 14th, 2010 03:54 pm (UTC)
I felt the same exact way! I'm still trying to piece it all together. I just loved all the flashback scenes... they made me feel warm and fuzzy while making me cry at the same time. Jared really knocked it out of the park with Lucifer. And Jensen did such an awesome job with all the emotion in every facial expression... BRAVO, boys!! When I saw Sammy at the very end there, I didn't know what to think. I'm thinking that he actually did come back (maybe God/Chuck brought him back? For passing the test? Hmmm). Oh I know, they are just going to leave us hanging all summer and there are so many questions out there!
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bella66sammy1966 on May 14th, 2010 02:24 pm (UTC)
I would like you to pm me about the spoilers too.

Thanks Jess :)
jessm78: Supernatural: Sam & Dean (ELAC final scejessm78 on May 14th, 2010 03:44 pm (UTC)
Sending you a pm now, Isabelle.

No problem :)
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jessm78: Supernatural: Sam/Dean hug in Mystery Spjessm78 on May 16th, 2010 07:00 pm (UTC)
Awwww hon... :( *BIG HUGS* I don't know how I was able to write it either... I was crying so much that night.
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jessm78: Supernatural: Puppy Love Sam (5x16)jessm78 on May 16th, 2010 07:04 pm (UTC)
Hey hon!

I'm still in shock (and I'm making my screen caps for the picspam now, you can imagine how hard it is to do that!)

Aww, thank you so much for your kind words! I am feeling maybe a little better now? I have some theories about what happened at the end. It still makes me crazy that we don't know exactly what it is, and won't know until the summer is over! Argh!

I sent you a PM about the spoilers. :)
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jessm78: Jared Padalecki: Friday 13th textlessjessm78 on May 16th, 2010 05:57 pm (UTC)
I feel the same way, Fabi! *still sobbing*

And now I am upset because people are believing that Sam is a ghost and that he'll be a ghost next season! Noooo I don't want this to happen! :(

*cuddles Sammy*