Even when not flashing his contagious smile, young Sam is adorably cute. The baby face, the innocence in his eyes, the bangs and the messy hair combine to form an irresistible package.
2.04 "Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things"
2.15 "Tall Tales"
3.02 "The Kids Are Alright"
In season 4, a new Sam begins to surface - one that is full of rage and power. The chains on Sam's soul frame the first shot from 4.16 "On The Head of a Pin." Sam's transformation is nearly complete in the second shot from 4.23 "Lucifer Rising."
Ironically, the ultimate grasp of his evil power leads to one of the most chillingly sublime shots of Sam in the history of the show. From 5.04 "The End."
By season 6 (coincidentally post-Hell?), a good looking young man with more knowledge, experience and pain starts to emerge from the previous teen-boy innocence, as seen here from 6.11 "Appointment in Samarra."
Sam's new look is more sultry and dangerous, as hotly capitalized upon by his soulless (and shirtless) escapades in 6.03 "The Third Man."
The man who Sam Winchester ultimately became is strikingly handsome and intensively expressive, befitting the intensity of the saga he has endured. The first shot is from 13.01 "Lost and Found". The second is from 13.21 "Beat the Devil."
His intensity is never more impressive than when Sam is on the job. Warrior, hunter, hero. From 12.14 "The Raid."
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