So once again I have visited my Tupperware container and have pulled four new episodes titles and have put my thoughts to them. What are your thoughts on the following episodes? Is it a scene, a moment, a line or song? And why? It is your favourite or is it the emotional impact it has on you? Maybe it simply makes you laugh or hide under the covers?
Sex and Violence
I had a hard time with this episode. So much distrust and hurt feelings between the brothers in this one. There was a couple of scenes that stood out for me. Bobby with his various labeled phones, so he knows who he's suppose to be. Him in his Kiss the Cook apron as he's cooking and giving Agent Nick Monroe shit. The sex scene between Sam and Cara. And I enjoyed the quizzing of Led Zepplin between Dean and Nick. But the one I have to go with is the look on both Sam and Deans face after Bobby saves them from the Siren. The look of bewilderment once the Sirens spell has been broken and the realization of what had transpired between them, how close they came to killing each other.
This one had a couple of scenes that really stood out for me. The shock to find out Crowley was alive and working with Castiel. Dean tricking the Mother of All by consuming the Phoenix dust. However I really loved the scene when Sam and Dean are in the car with the two young brothers. The way the older brother comforts the younger you can see Sam and Dean relating to that affection.
The Slice Girls
With this episode the only scene that really stands out for me is the sex scene intermixed with the death scene, with AC/DC's "You Shook Me All Night Long" booming in the background. (From Alice - Sorry, all I remember is shirtless Dean...)
Seeing Ronda eating a heart raw was definitely memorable. But the scene when Elenor is telling of her life with Brick and how they had to keep changing identities every 10 years was sad. From going from his wife to cougar to mother, had to be hard.
Also for him to kill himself because he knew she was going to die someday and he couldn't live without her. What also grabbed me about this scene was Sam's reaction. I really got the feeling that he understood Brick's suicide, that he himself had either attempted or considered it during his loss of Dean.
So what are you favorite scenes from these episodes? It's your turn to share!