Honest, I'm sure the idea looked great on paper. It sounds like something Dean would do. If he was a virgin on his last night on earth, he'd want to get laid, so why can't the same rule apply to an angel? Still, when it all went down, even Castiel's completely freaked out look wasn't enough to save this clunky whorehouse scene. It would have been better to happen off camera. Dean may have been laughing, but I wasn't.
Some of the pictures (the goofy Misha or Jared at the premiere) I haven't seen before, thanks for that!
As for the free psychotherapy - anytime, dear! Anytime...
By the way: The changes on our site here look great! Did I thank you and Jen for that?
LOVED that the Impala got to be KITT & that Sam was her voice.
Thanks for doing these, Alice!
Once again loved the list.
To this day I still canâ€™t bring myself to re-watch Abandon All Hope. That one killed me.
The â€˜Donâ€™t get a Winchester Angryâ€™â€¦I thought Sam could get pretty scary when mad but Dean in thisâ€¦all I can say is YIKES! I hope they have Sam and Dean meet up with those idiots in season 6.
And Yeah what was the purpose of little Jesse, maybe they plan to have him return in season 6.
Anyways thanks Alice, these were fun.
I went from laughing at the hairy palm to tears popping out of my eyes for Dean and Jo in about 30 seconds.
Sam as the car and "I say jackpot" was hilarious.
So much fun!
Thanks for these awards, they made my week, heck my whole summer
Heartbreaking some, but funny and hilarious mostly, a nice way to think back at this season.
And I agree, that behind the scene story is the best of the best of the best
I wonder if just being a vessel is enough to protect your eyes from burning out... Maybe it's not just "your" angel you can look at... still doesn't explain the "only an angel can kill an angel" thing, though. I read more into that scene too.
JP might be trying to provoke the fashion police, but as for Sam Winchester, his ass-kicking prowess is such that he can wear any damn shirt he likes, as evidenced by numerous appearances in the Paisley Peril.
Viewer noms? Cool! I nominate "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" for the Eric Kripke Special Award for Gratuitous Gleeful Gore.