Another solid episode—Walker is on a roll! Here’s hoping they keep it up and finish season 3 strong.
I’m going to go light on the recap to comment on the action—and the really big Supernatural shout-out we got this week!
I’m still a little gobsmacked and twitterpated! I was picked to ask "The Last Question" for the Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles (J2) Main Panel of Supernatural Atlanta 2023 convention! Nightsky asked me to share the experience since getting on stage with the boys is truly an honor in the Supernatural Family, so here we go!
My friend and I put our names in the drawing to ask Jared and Jensen questions on the first day (Thursday) of the convention. We did it on a lark, never thinking we’d get picked. I had a solo photo op with Jensen, and my friend and I shared an op with Jared and Jensen. (I don’t know what cologne they wear, but they both smell really good and the shirt/scarf Jared was wearing was very soft.)
By the time we got to the Sunday J2 Main Panel, I had forgotten we had submitted our names—until the convention organizers posted the list of who had won their lottery and was chosen to line up at the audience microphones to ask a question. My friend and I had both been picked!
That was no epic love story. That was an epic act of payback. I love it.
Seeing what we’ve seen, the title of this episode is suddenly freaking brilliant, isn’t it? Dean’s demise in the original series didn’t go over very well with many fans, and possibly Jensen himself. The fact that he used this finale to give Dean one more adventure, one more chance to fulfill his life mission of making his entire family happy and safe, one more chance to stick it to Chuck, he earned this moment to craft a more satisfying goodbye. It’s one that excites the audience yet still assures that he and Sam will meet on the bridge in Heaven in the future. Win-win.
Two weeks after it aired, Walker: Independence “Let Him Hang,” 1.13, still demonstrates that the best way to end an amazing season is with a mind blowing, incredible finale. The relationships built across the season all lead up to this moment, and the characters are perfection. All starting with our central character…
Wrangling Walker: "The Deserters" 3.13
The third season of Walker is really keeping its stride, which makes me happy. My preference is for a lot of crime drama and a pinch of family issues, which is what we’ve been getting.
I’ll skip the recap and go for my reflections, grouping by characters. I like where this seems to be going, and I can’t wait to find out what’s really happening!
I loved it. It was everything I hoped it would be, and more.
That’s it. That’s all.
Expecting me to say more about The Winchesters season 1 finale, “Hey, That’s No Way To Say Goodbye”? I’ll be happy to say more, but don’t blame me if tears well up in your eyes when I talk about how much it meant to me to see a coda for Supernatural’s last episode, “Carry On”.
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