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It's at this point in the conversation Roundhouse drops a reference to Supernatural, one of The CW's biggest shows, saying, "This is some straight-up Sam and Dean stuff." I never liked the AU “hunters” (using that term very lightly) setting up camp in the bunker. Jim Beaver gets a pretty epic fight scene that ends with Bobby pinned to a tree with a blade. Dean tells Sam that Maggie wants to get out there and hunt again, and Sam is surprised. ). The episode didn’t leave me jumping up and down raving about my Show or even feeling happy. Just a few more scenes to show a growing adult parental relationship with genuine affection would mean so much for Mary’s character. Why would I? That’s a feeling I often had in the early seasons of Supernatural, so once again, that makes me a happy fangirl. Anyway, Sam and Dean and the Impala, so yay. I just have gotten used to a faster pace on this Show, so it took until the halfway point for me to realize I was actually appreciating the Show taking its time for a change. This surprised me because I usually enjoy Meredith Glynn’s writing quite a bit. By Samantha Highfill Dean confronts the Djinn, who it turns out thinks he’s Michael come around to test the Djinn to see if he’s following Michael’s instructions: kill as many hunters as you can. Like humans, they can be good, evil, or neutrally benevolent. It’s all too different, and I feel like Show is asking me to forget just how different it is and love this Bobby like I loved the other one. We end the djinn saga with Dean unhooking Sasha’s dad and Sasha contemplating some forgiveness (which I can only hope is forthcoming from the dad as well, otherwise, ouch). . Smooth): Sasha, why don’t you go make me a sandwich? And yet not back, because this looks like Bobby and talks like Bobby and is surly like Bobby, but this is NOT Bobby. Our leading heroes, who we’ve fallen in love with over the course of 13 years, are now being used as narrative tools to develop boring side characters in ways that feel forced and land flat because we have absolutely no reason this late in the game to start caring about people from an alternate universe who can’t even be bothered to acknowledge their hosts with a “thank you” when they bring home a young girl who shouldn’t have been hunting on her own in the first place and surely wouldn’t have returned without them. The poison can be used either to kill their victims quickly, or to leave victims in a coma-like state while the djinn feeds on their blood over a long period of time. It’s those little things that let me know that the actors also realize that Sam and Dean can’t be as okay with this as they’re trying to seem. Dean: And they’re checking in? so happy to see that it was consistent throughout. Protective big brother Dean gets on his back about it, clearly worried. It’s like she’s the only one of the random AU people who has a name, so she keeps getting tossed into the story. This was one of my favorite scenes of the episode – again, it’s not rushed. Bobby is even more surly than those ‘The Bobbys are surly’ were in that weird version of heaven. I love feeling like oooh I can’t wait for next week’s episode, maybe we’ll find out a little more! Yes yes, those small moments and these actors’ ability to infuse them with so much emotional meaning are what makes this show the extraordinary thing it is. Not making dinner, cleaning the bunker or doing their laundry. Ever since he came back its been clear he is literately not the same man, sure, he’s going through the motions of anger, guilt and grief for his impetuosity, as he would have done with every other major mistake he’s ever made ( Hell, Mark of Cain, to name just a couple) But there has been a seismic shift in how he is dealing, realising and admitting to putting them all in danger, when he ran headlong from his fears and guilt, His quite,measured, almost normal reaction, withdrawing to his room to deal with the changes in the command structure and occupancy of the Bunker, that for so long was his sanctuary and home. She does the classic trip-and-fall-over-nothing trope and gives up, hands over her head waiting to die – but the hallway is now empty. "Look, I wanna help you, all right. It undermines her character. Supreme Panther Djinn Supernatural Powers And 24 Similar Items. I hope we get a payoff for what the Djinn saw in Dean’s head. I wanted these scenes when Mary first returned. This is a great scene, playing out slowly like I mentioned. Only it wasn’t really Dean, it was Michael. Anyway, Sam and Dean and the Impala, so yay. Those days are over. Loving the brotherly interactions especially now that Dean is getting back to more of his old self, but yes, whatever that djinn saw was enough to send it reeling–very powerful! This is a great scene, playing out slowly as I mentioned. Granted, it does always boil down to the fact that in the grand scheme of everything, Sam and Dean really do only have each other. lol I think most people would agree with you – on both counts! I think we’re supposed to assume that some of those conversations have taken place, but because we’ve never heard or seen them, it’s impossible for our view of Mary and her relationship with her sons to change. Dean does that a lot when he is worried or upset. In my living room. Sasha: My dad wasn’t the best person…. They feed on humans after poisoning them and inducing a dream-like state. "Cas!" I’m also in the same boat as you when it comes to AU Bobby. It’s not, however, adorable that Sam isn’t getting enough sleep. I am glad you are more honest about your feelings of each episode. And yet not back, because this looks like Bobby and talks like Bobby and is surly like Bobby, but this is NOT Bobby. At least Dean is getting some really good scenes and character development so far, which is good because they owe us that much after hyping Jensen playing a different character and then having him play Michael for less screen time than he was Demon!Dean (and no, I do not trust the showrunner to address this adequately with his overarching “vision’ for this season). Sam and Dean feel and act like Sam and Dean. Then someone realizes Bobby has once again disappeared and Mary goes off to find him. Just loving that finally the boys are being allowed to grow up and mature, well done show, never saw that coming but nicely played! And notice Dean’s reaction, when Sam sends him that glance? Ouch! Dean: But no blood. We have a small group of characters who we really care about and I don’t have it in me to add a whole lot more to that list, especially if it tends to push out the ones I DO care about. Because as a fan I thoroughly detest this whole AU arc which was written just to being back favorite characters. I don’t like my show being crowded and it’s been too crowded with side characters this season and once we get back to the main story arch it’s going to be jam-packed with – A, B, C and possibly D storylines. Mary has more to say about Bobby, but like all the other AU hunters, I find myself not caring very much about this version of Bobby either. I think Michael is still very present in Dean. They’ve played their final card and Chuck is announcing curtain call. The beginning scene is Maggie, whose name half of my timeline can’t remember, which says something that isn’t good. As for Mary….. she is the most frustrating part of the show for me. She doesn’t write down to the viewer, letting us be confused about what’s going on just like Sam and Dean are and rarely hitting us over the head with those painful anvils. The problem is, that doesn’t make me feel for her emotionally. While I know Dean is trying to support his brother, there will definitely come a time when he will need to pick up the reins again. The thing is, intellectually I feel for Mary too. How does being able to read someone’s mind and then actually dish up their nightmare in real time help them feed? I’m curious to see how Dean’s evolution continues to play out this season. Everyone is clueless about horror movie tropes in this episode. I think that’s something Dean is struggling to learn for himself in many areas of his life, but perhaps most when it comes to his parents. Meanwhile, Dean … They come to the house to see the owner and find Mary and Bobby already there. The beginning scene is Maggie, whose name half of my timeline can’t remember, which says something that isn’t good. So kudos to Meredith Glynn for another solid episode that felt like Supernatural. Storyline needs to focuse on what a 35-plus adult might be facing because they have lived (survived) their 20s. My emotional route into the show is through Sam and Dean, so it’s their pov on their mother that I feel as well. Dean: And they’re checking in? Demon possession? I just want the Dabb and company to remember that Sam and Dean are the heart of the show. Instead of ten different plot lines zigzagging through the episode, Glynn and director Darren Grant took their time, following each scene and letting the anticipation or suspense or fear or whatever emotion build before bringing it to a climax. But Dean still has a few seconds left. Dean has the nightmare that Michael didn’t hold up to his end of the deal after killing Lucifer. Instead of ten different plot lines zigzagging through the episode, Glynn and director Darren Grant took their time, following each scene and letting the anticipation or suspense or fear or whatever emotion build before bringing it to a climax. I loved that moment so much, loved that throughout this episode the brothers were entirely tuned into each other and trying to give each other what they need. In the Arabian tradition, djinn are creatures made of smokeless fire, which were created after angels and before humans. I don’t blame him one bit. Sasha makes herself a stiff drink, then whirls on Dean, who is making lots of noise with his knife sharpening (while perched provocatively on a chair arm….). I can’t stand new Bobby and I just wish they would hurry up and write Mary off the show. Let‘s see what ideas Show throws at us then , Intriguing — and terrifying! And then in the ending, when AU Bobby calls Sam over to apologize – The look on Sam’s face when AU Bobby calls, and as he walks over. Cas's body seized as blue fire coursed into his eyes, filling them with the djinn's poison. I don’t know if the writer’s intend it this way, or if Jared and Jensen just brilliantly play it so, but they always look like two little lost boys when she leaves. It’s….confusing. Unlike some of the comments, I guess I have a different take or level of acceptance of all the AU folks being in the bunker. This episode could have worked better if it were Jack in peril instead. I did a rewatch (like you have to do after the big reveal in the Sixth Sense) and yes, Glynn and actor Chris Patrick-Simpson were actually able to make it work by having the Djinn determined to play along. “You…” he mumbles, as Dean looks equally shocked. Sam manages to machete the vampire into dust and free Maggie. Great review that echoes most of my thoughts, too. Recap of Supernatural Season 12, Episode 4: American Nightmare. They haven’t fought together; he didn’t watch them grow up. Sasha: I’m just gonna go make that sandwich…. I have spent far too much of this season already yelling at my screen, “WHY DO I CARE?” and we’re only six episodes in. Neither of them look convinced, and that’s heartbreaking. So of course Sam Winchester, the brave brave Sam Winchester, heads for the attic. Almost had tears in my eyes, and trust me – that takes a lot, I don’t tear up easily over fiction in general. A few seconds to right the only wrong he’s ever truly regretted. It’s a tragic story, and Dean knows tragedy. Everyone she walks away from her boys, my heart breaks for them. I *love* this show, but the AU hunters and dopplegangers of characters we loved and lost are exhausting to me. (Not that I don’t have things to critique, of course…). The guilt, blame, not wanting the life. It’s one of my favorite songs. That’s what I love most about the story. I want the bunker emptier and the cast of characters less like a nameless horde, but I like that this season is spooling out hints about what Michael is really up to and how that is tied up with Dean little by little, and that I legitimately don’t know where that story is going. Anyway, spot on review. BuzzFeed includes FDEWB in their list of books that will change your life! I mean, I wouldn’t want to keep attacking Dean Winchester’s little brother when that gets you a Dean Winchester who looks this angry, Bobby, just sayin. Supernatural 14.05 Nightmare Logic | My Eclectic Writings. He offers a sincere “I’m sorry.”  And some advice. He says he’s been trying to get past what “I…we…HE did” and that he was starting to feel like himself again. After reading your review, I have to say you pointed out things that only emphasis what I believe is happening in the show. Dean was obviously unhappy with the situation, but instead of being angry, he decided to accept and adapt, to make what Sam built in his absence, work. I also agree that Sam and Dean never wanted to be babied, they just wanted to be loved. As Mary and Bobby climb the stairs, Sam follows them with his eyes, trying to smile, then nervously glances at Dean as though to reassure himself that his brother is still here with him. It’s not, however, adorable that Sam isn’t getting enough sleep. within about five minutes and kicks them out. Dean’s fear of dying alone during a hunt forgotten. (The same advice Sam has clearly given himself when it comes to his brother). Sam manages to machete the vampire into dust and free Maggie. The brothers switch back and forth throughout the series, one of them stepping up and the other standing back and supporting, then vice versa. Instead, it left me scratching my head and wondering where the hell we’re going from here and what the hell the Djinn saw in Dean’s mind. Meanwhile, Maggie is strung up in the attic, and oh, that looks familiar…. Mary, sadly is not the Parent our boys deserve; every episode, I hope, every episode, she disappoints. What if what’s playing out was more or less set up by the nefarious two? The first red herring, but not the last – and I love that! We didn’t see her react when he staggered back into being himself, and we haven’t seen her ask Sam how he’s doing either. For that the djinn gets an upgrade, and is able to read minds and see nightmares … I couldn’t possibly care less about Not-Bobby, because he’s *not Bobby,* or his blossoming relationship with Mary, since I don’t care about Mary either and am waiting at this point with baited breath for her to die so she can go back to Heaven and be with the two boys she actually loves. That’s a feeling I often had in the early seasons of Supernatural, so once again, that makes me a happy fangirl. He chooses to hang back to take care of Sasha,the way he hung back to take care of Dirk and Stuart last week, and Mary in season 12’s “Who we are”. Plus, they are eager to learn from one of the best (Sam), beyond whatever they used to know back in their old existence. We end the djinn saga with Dean unhooking Sasha’s dad and Sasha contemplating some forgiveness (which I can only hope is forthcoming from the dad as well, otherwise, ouch). Dean again is protective and pissed and jumps to Sam’s defense, but Bobby’s not having it. ghoul school in process, and in the world of Sam and Dean it is very much a thing. In return, Michael enhanced Neil’s djinn … I’m pretty sure my husband thought I was crazy. One of the challenges of television is that if the viewer doesn’t experience it, our pov doesn’t evolve either. This time is less onerous, with Mary assuring them that she’s just a half day away and she’s there for them if they need her, and Dean assuring her “Mom, go. So kudos to Meredith Glynn for another solid episode that felt like Supernatural. It can’t feel okay, it can’t not be meaningful, but I fear not in the way Show wants it to be. I want to, I do – but I don’t. Dean: There was this one time. Once again, they have to do the same thing to explain Mary’s absence since Samantha isn’t going to be in every episode this season (or the prior ones). Funny thing is, I worshipped him when I was a kid. As a parent, as hard as it is to let go because you alway see your childern as 12-year-olds, you have to let them step out and be the person they need to be (in the shadows, being supportive but not being over protective) That is what I see Dean doing with Sam. But this Bobby hasn’t earned my love, or even my caring about him. It left me as fascinated as I’ve been for fourteen years by the way Sam and Dean care about each other, and frustrated with all the people in the bunker who I don’t care about. Ackles and Padalecki are such nuanced actors that we can see Sam and Dean’s ambivalence as they watch their mother leave again too. Eh, now that I typed it out I’m thinking that’s an awful lot of things that would have had to fall into place to work so – never mind. Dean (Mr. When Dean and Sam come face to face with Lucifer/Michael both of the boys terrors will be unleashed at seeing what their nemesis’ have done because they once had to say YES for very good reasons. For that the djinn gets an upgrade, and is able to read minds and see nightmares and then make them come true. I wouldn’t expect AUBobby to feel that way, but his affection should have at least grown for Jack. I’m so over Mary. That breaks my heart to say, because I would LOVE to have OG Bobby back and I love Jim Beaver more than I can say – but this is NOT our Bobby. I don’t have to say anything because you said it all, perfectly. He stabs it with his machete, and it dissolves into a cloud of dust that gets all over him. I tend to really appreciate the way Glynn characterizes Dean, and this episode is no exception. I think the Djinn saw Michael in Dean’s head. There’s almost always – or at least in the best episodes – underlying meaning as well. She tells him that Bobby’s wrong, that what she’s seen is that Sam is doing what he’s “born to do.”  She also tells him far too much about her relationship with Bobby, lamenting that he’s “not open like your dad.”. I also saw a lot of adult fears in this episode — trying to let go the things you believe you can blame your parents for because of your troubled adult-life. My guess is that it’s the things Michael’s done but being a Sam & Dean fangirl I want it to be Dean’s intense fear of losing Sam or something else Sam related. Dean “raised’ Sam so even through they are brothers, Dean is has also been the parental figure. Unless he just had sadistic streak! How could a mother walk out on her clearly traumatised son, who has pleaded with her repeatedly for a connection and her affection. It took me a little while to realize that the pace was slower than I’ve grown used to – but once again, that turned out to be a good thing. I love Jim Beaver. It’s so simple, so complicated, so tragic and beautiful, and I can’t seem to get enough of it. Dean and Bobby find a deserted rustic cabin in the woods, which is always a bad thing in a horror film so is probably a bad thing here too. Nobody thanks Sam and Dean, and in fact they stand on the sidelines in their own home, looking left out, which hurts my heart. Perhaps he’s had enough time to wrap his head around and embrace Sam’s vision , see it’s a dream they can share for a better world, free of monsters? Thanks. I did the Sixth Sense thing, too! Thanks again. Dean: How? I look forward to reading them every week! Despite the fact that Bobby was just critical of him, Sam Winchester hangs onto his empathy – because seriously, Sam Winchester is the most empathic character to ever empathize with anyone. With that being said, I, too, am a little tired of all the new characters now interspersed in the story. When AU Bobby rips into Sam about being a bad leader, and you can just see Sam stand there taking the blows, thinking he deserves it. I know there are fans who don’t like that Dean is suddenly not the leader and that he was on the sidelines this episode, and let me say that I don’t want it to stay like this either, but I can enjoy a little while of role reversal as long as it gives me insight into Dean’s head space and gives him an important role to play. He doesn’t love Sam and Dean – and I don’t love him. I cringed at the use of the word “home” because the bunker is NOT their home, all the AU hunters. It makes sense that, even if it’s in an awkward way or with very few words, that they would try to take care of each other (and not just by stitching up wounds). Meanwhile, Sam and Dean realize that the vampire manifestation was probably trying to keep Sasha out of the attic. Thanks again for another great review! That’s a familiar combination for this Show, and it feels right – my own emotions about all three of those things let me know that I’m still as passionate about Supernatural as ever. Sam, you are a better man that most of the rest of us. I scratch my head. That knowledge is locked somewhere in Dean’s mind. ), shoots the djinn in the knee and pisses him off. For that, the djinn gets an upgrade, and is able to read minds and see nightmares and then make them come true. AFFILIATE LINKS USED WHEN AVAILABLE. What the heck IS going on in Dean Winchester’s head? It’s subtle but powerful, and much appreciated – I’m talking to you, Davy Perez and Meredith Glynn! She doesn’t write down to the viewer, letting us be confused about what’s going on just like Sam and Dean are and rarely hitting us over the head with those painful anvils. Yes, it’s true, whether because it’s in the script or because Jared and Jensen are great actors who know these characters, but Sam and Dean do always look like lost little boys as they watch their mother leave :/. He débuts in the first episode of the first season. They explore the Rawlings family’s private cemetery, Sam explaining to Dean what a walker is and Dean indignantly retorting “I know what a walker is, Sam!” Then it’s into the crypt by flashlight where they find marks of someone being dragged across the floor. They haven’t fought together, he didn’t watch them grow up. Sam and Dean bring Maggie back to the bunker (I refuse to say “home”) and the other AU hunters welcome her with hugs and smiles. With Sam alive, Castiel missing, and Campbell cousins in tow, he tries to pull himself back together. To recall Season 1, Sam, Dean, and John enter the vamp nest to save any human victim. Dean seems to be allowing himself to breath a little free air, free not just from Michael, but from the ghosts of his past. Conventional Djinn feeding is stringing someone up influencing their thoughts while gradually draining their victim dry over time. Michael told Neil to find a quiet place to set up shop and kill as many hunters as possible. Dean protecting Sam, Sam looking up to Dean, both boys taking care of each other…. Mary, you need to see what a great family you have! He’s all awkward when Dean walks in, which is telling – Sam is clearly not comfortable being the leader when Dean is around. And when we do, we’ll kill him. We just get to see the guys do their thing in little episodic bits and pieces (the good parts, too, no doubt about it). The fourteenth season of Supernatural, an American dark fantasy television series created by Eric Kripke, premiered on October 11, 2018, on The CW, and concluded on April 25, 2019. Almost. The homeowner himself turns out to be comatose, taken care of by bubbly nurse Neil (Chris Patrick-Simpson). It’s just awkward. Cheers Marion. She tells him that Bobby’s wrong, that what she’s seen is that Sam is doing what he’s “born to do.”  She also tells him far too much about her relationship with Bobby, lamenting that he’s “not open like your dad.”. 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