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Can you believe we've made it this far? I can't. But I am thankful we have gotten to #200 and I'm thankful for each of you who have joined me on this weird and wacky little journey. Honest.

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Huh.  Go figure.  I actually loved “Golden Time”.  I’m wracking my brain trying to figure out why, because it wasn’t a complicated or fast moving story by any means.  Maybe because it finally ended with a win.  Maybe it’s because I watched a really crappy episode of “The Flash” before it so the bar was very low.  Maybe it was just the wine.  Either way, it still looked good on the rewatch, so they did something right. 

Oh sure, I could nitpick the canon, which did skate along some questionable lines, but hey, I was hopeful in the end.  That hasn’t happened in a while.  Plus it seems that canon is in “do-over” mode anyway, so my mood after an episode now determines how much I hand wave the embellishments.  This week, I’m waving like a beauty queen.

This week is a great example of how MotW episodes should be done: using them to examine our characters. They even gave us a double dose of monsters to examine the brothers and Castiel both.

Quick note: I don't write the name of G-d, because I'm Jewish, so that's why I use the "-". :) As you were.

I HAVE SO MANY FEELINGS. This episode caught me right in my feels and I loved every second of it.

What is there to say about “Golden Time” really? It was a fine episode, nothing outstanding but far from a terrible episode. Eileen joins the growing list of familiar faces gracing season fifteen – but perhaps not as a one-stop appearance – and Castiel came away seemingly renewed. All great things. Still the episode lacked a punchiness and vigor in many respects. Let’s consider.

THEN:  Cas and Dean argue in the bunker, Cas defending himself because plans change.  Cas kills Belephagor (in Jack's body).  Rowena talks Sam into killing her and falls into the pit to hell.  
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