Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Timelord Victorious, Oct 9, 2013.
Meh. It was OK. I was just happy that Garth survived the episode.
Same here. I thought he was a goner and that the other Werewolves would turn out to be killers. I'm still afraid they might go back to it in a future episode and screw it up. Garth should go back to being the new Bobby, because they need somebody in that role. And, at this point, that somebody should be based at Men of Letters HQ.
I wouldn't be surprised if the next tie we see Garth that they've been killed off. No one seems to get a happy ending with this show.
Yeah, with Kevin dead, they really need to introduce at least one more recurring good guy. Right now it kind of feels like the only actual good guys around for more than one episode are the Winchesters and Castiel. For a couple minutes last week I thought maybe they were doing that Tara, but they appeared to kill her off, and then this week I thought they were bringing Garth back into the fold, but the end made that look unlikely.
I'd really like to see the MOL HQ become a bustling beehive of activity over the next couple of years. Garth, Charlie, and the kid with the Golem would be good to have around. And they could introduce some new characters who don't die.
^Heh. The Supernatural Superfriends.
There you go. Sounds better than Tribes.
That's what I'm hoping they're building towards for the end of the series. The series can end with the deaths of Sam and Dean, but with a fully rebuilt Men of Letters. Throughout the entire series we've seen the horrible and lonely lives that hunters are forced to lead in order to protect the world, but the Winchesters' will leave behind a legacy of a better life for the next generation of hunters.
Of course, if they keep killing off people like Kevin and Tara that's not going to happen.
I like that idea.
That's what I thought during the episode. One more team member for The Supernatural Avengers.
The show really should end with Sam and Dean as game changers in some way.
FYI, tvline.com has some info about the characters in Supernatural: Tribes.
Sounds good to me.
Meh. Would have preceded Supernatural: Men of Letters
I thought it was going to star two female characters?
The big downside of a spin-off is that it limits the ability of the writers to really mess with the Supernatural universe in the regular show's grand finale. I agree with RJDiogenes that Sam and Dean should really end up as game-changers in some way.
Unless Supernatural outlasts the spinoff. It could happen.
A fish taco? Oh, a pishtaco. If such beings existed, I'd pay them to suck on my gut so I wouldn't have to try so hard on my elliptical machine.
Not a bad episode. Though I've noticed lately, they end the show with some brotherly drama. "Come on, Dean. You wouldn't allow me to die because you're afraid of being lonely. "
Leave that stuff to the Wincest-loving slash fanfic writers.
Kind of harsh on the poor fish taco lady, she was trying her best. An odd message at least that it's presumably OK for her to be in Peru but not America.
Almost every episode for as far back as I can remember usually ends with some sort of Sam and Dean conversation drama, some more meaningful than others. This time I thought it was an especially important moment. Dean didn't save Sam just because he wanted his brother to live, he also did it for purely selfish reasons, because he didn't want to be alone. That's totally in line with Dean's character going all the way back to the pilot. He's just not wired to be by himself.
Sam's different. He doesn't get as emotionally attached as Dean does. And he looks at the big picture.
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