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The Multiple Sam hair
Not one episode ever, in the entire six seasons, has brought so much conflict for one man as "The Man Who Knew Too Much." Four different Sams, four very different tales in hair management. I gotta tell you, there were some triumphs and absolute freaking tear inducing tragedies. I'm still exhausted from taking it all in.
Even in the dream world, soulless Sam's hair was perfect. What did he know that his doppleganger doesn't?
Oh, but there was the opposite end, aka "jello" Sam. I guess when your brain is swiss cheese, the hair isn't going to do so well either.
Unconscious Sam had struggles too! Who knew a coma state would cause such conflicts? Because Eric Kripke is evil.
Then there's poor, poor, Hell Sam. So broken, so damaged, and freaking Lucifer and Michael didn't even spare the hair. Those bastards. For the love of humanity!
The real tragedy though is how the hair soars to new gorgeous heights (just see it flapping in the breeze) and that jerk Castiel has to go and mess with things. He did more than tear down a wall. Why oh why??
After all that, Sam becomes one and...the jury is still out. I'm not sure the merging went very well. It all became flat but organized. It could have been worse I guess. Let's just say the cliffhanger gives me some ammunition for season seven.
So what did season six teach us? Souls mess up hair, so do supernatural creatures, freaking angels and the owner of said mop himself. Just another day at the office for Sam Winchester.