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12 November 2013 @ 10:19 pm
SPN #9x06 Heaven Can't Wait  
I've got a nagging headache so that may influence me here, but here's my review.

IDK, maybe I need to watch it again but I wasn't all that enthralled with this one. We learned some stuff, sure, but the angels are being d!cks as usual and it kind of annoyed me that there were nearly 3 separate threads going here....Cas with his "date" and being upset still after falling; Dean dealing with the cases going on which was linked to Cas' thread as far as Ephraim goes; and then the Sam/Kevin/Crowley thread with Bonus Abbadon.

I'd also complain about Sam's hair and ask them to stop putting so much bacon grease in it, but I think it's a lost cause now...:( LOL

Anyway, Cas is mislead into thinking he's going on a date with his manager but turns out she needs him to babysit her infant daughter while she goes out on a date. Honestly, that truck that got in Dean's way...so predictable to me that they were up to something.

Which brings me to Ephraim. Not only is he a d!ck but he's stupid, and/or really naive? He kills a girl who was upset that her boyfriend broke up with her in front of the other kids?? To him that was intense suffering? Seriously?

So the new stuff we learn is that the spell or whatever Metatron did is irreversible. And now Dean is being evasive with Cas about that. And of course he wouldn't let Sam work the case with him, presumably because of the Zeke thing...uh is Sam still concerned about this, hopefully?

Last thing...what was up with Crowley injecting himself with the syringes filled with Kevin's blood? Hmm...

That's all I got. Sorry it wasn't more positive, I just wasn't crazy about it.

Current Mood: soresore
percysowner: pic#76397689percysowner on November 13th, 2013 12:43 am (UTC)
I think Crowley was injecting himself with Sam's blood leftover from the final trial. He may want to cure himself or just want to feel human again. But when he asked for the phone call Sam pulled out the syringes and didn't roll up his sleeve as if he was going to use what was in them for the call. Instead Crowley demanded Kevin's blood. I can't see them drawing more of Kevin's blood than was needed for the phone call and Kevin was drawing his own blood, so I would expect him to be careful with it. But Crowley could have palmed another syringe from the pack. I hope they clear this up though. He could have been injecting Kevin's blood, but I can't see why.
jessm78: Supernatural: AHBL Sam and Deanjessm78 on November 13th, 2013 11:45 am (UTC)
Yeah, I was kind of confused about that. At first I thought it was Kevin's blood since I saw him filling up the syringe, but then I thought they'd used it all for his phone call to Abbadon. There was that one missing, could it have been left over from Sam when he was doing the final trial? I guess it's possible. I hope they clear it up too.
percysownerpercysowner on November 13th, 2013 11:55 am (UTC)
The writer said on Twitter that it was Kevin's blood. So I was wrong.
jessm78: Supernatural: AHBL Sam and Deanjessm78 on November 13th, 2013 09:29 pm (UTC)
That's interesting, thanks. When I watched it the first time I'd assumed it was his but your first comment had me wondering.
Yellowbulmayellowbulma on November 13th, 2013 03:45 pm (UTC)
I'm guessing Crowley what's to be human or feel more human? It was nice seeing Abbadon again and I liked the Sam/Crowley scene's but that was it. =/

Next week's episode looks promising and a ghost case too!! A much need break from angels I can tell you. -__-
jessm78jessm78 on November 13th, 2013 09:30 pm (UTC)
That's what I'm wondering. Maybe the way he's acting in front of the boys is a front of sorts and deep down he does want to feel more human? Hopefully they'll explore that a bit. I liked seeing Abbadon and those Sam/Crowley scenes too, but not much else.

Next week's does look like it'll be good, here's hoping! I'm missing the ghosts too lol
cuddyclothescuddyclothes on November 13th, 2013 09:16 pm (UTC)
I enjoyed the episode. So, if it's Kevin's blood, to what end? I have a slightly hard time believing Crowley wants to be more human. I'm enjoying his scenes, and wondering what it's like to do all of his acting sitting down in chains. Maybe he really, really likes it.
jessm78jessm78 on November 13th, 2013 09:28 pm (UTC)
I am very curious about that. Unless the way Crowley is acting in front of our boys is a front and deep down he really does want to be more human? That's the only thing I can come up with. Hopefully they'll explore it some more. I am enjoying his scenes, always like the way he and Sam play off one another. Heh, I'm wondering that too, and I wouldn't be too surprised if he did like it. ;)