First impressions? Overall I thought this one was pretty good. It was an interesting twist that Sandy ended up being the monster. I figured something had to be not right with her after being locked down there for so many years and still being alive (and not having aged at all, apparently), but they tried to make us believe that it was those MOL people who were after her were the bad guys.
LOL, apparently Dean is still 5 years old with the way he sticks the Post-Its on Sam's back with "Kick Me" and "Ass Face" and etc. Kind of makes me think of the prank war from season 1 and this would have been right at home back then undoubtedly.
I loved Sam's excited little smile when he and Dean realized the location where they could find the missing piece of the puzzle to open the rift. That was adorable.
I still find it hard to take Colonel Sanders demon seriously. You'd think with the way he was whaling on Ketch that he'd insulted his "original recipe" with the 11 herbs and spices. *snerk*
Of course it has to be the cute guy who goes outside to see what's wrong and gets killed of by the monster. *grumbles*
I like how it was Sam (well...and those other MOL descendants) who saved Dean at the end there.
Meh, I still don't know what to make of Ketch. It's obvious he's pissed off with Colonel Sanders and doesn't want to deal with him anymore, but I still don't trust him. He did bring Gabriel to the boys, along with his grace, so that's a huge present but I can't help thinking he may want something more in return besides protection from Colonel Sanders. And now he and Dean are going into the other universe? Poor Sam, I totally understand his reaction but of course Dean is going back to the same old way he is, that he doesn't care if Ketch gets killed but he wants Sam to be safe (although he did say it was if something happened to Dean and he needed him to save him and Mom).
I guess we'll see how they make out in the next episode, and I'm curious to know if there's anything Gabriel with share with Sam.