A question from set: does Sam still have demon blood in him? I have MY opinion, but I'm hoping there's an expert out there who knows
Rather interesting Tweet from Jared TWIT
Sam still has residues of demon blood and if the writers tie his visions with demon blood again it will look circular and out of any fresh ideas.Curious, I googled "SPN Sam has visions again" knowing it was likely a spoiler. Wow! Finally something is happening to Sam that isn't standing in the background being worried! Normally I don't like spoilers but its such a relief to see Sam getting attention. *zips mouth* That's enough from me. I don't wish to spoil anyone still trying to avoid spoilers.
And I have to agree with Cheryl. The scene where the purifying was brought up in the first place was
what was a crime though was that they put the possibility of Sam not having demon blood any more out there
and just dropped it, unresolved. Sam's demon blood is a core issue on the show since the beginning. To bring it up
and then dump it is a major issue for me. It needs to be resolved one way or another and given it's due. Now that
Sam seems to be experiencing "visions" of a sort again,
it could be that he still has demon blood in him or grace in him or both. I'd love to see both of those
dropped plot lines receive some attention.Imagine if demon blood, angel grace and human blood made a new
The offspring of a demon and a human was the anti-Christ child, the one with the powers to make things
happen just by thinking them.
WOW Thanks everyone this Throw Out line by Jared has created really great discussion THANK YOU We all feel that Sam is pure - some of the twitter responses thought that Sam was confusing Purification with Dying - They believed the trials where killing him not clensing Sam.
Maybe Jared and the writers were tossing a idea around because of these visions Sam is going to have next season
But Cas wasn't an angel. He was human. So yes Hael still needed permission.
No, this isn't correct.. it was confirmed in season 3 that a demon was a human soul corrupted by years and years of torture in hell. The human was bad enough to go to hell in the first place and then their souls are corrupted. Humans and demons have a connection, humans and angels and demons and angels do not.
Demons and humans share a connection. Humans and angels don't and neither do demons and angels.
Yet they [angels] almost never made it onto the show. In the first three seasons, Kripke had a staunch "no angel policy." Supervising producer Sera Gamble posited the idea of angels back in season two, with her episode 'houses of the holy', "but the reason [the creature] didn't turn out to be an angel in that episode," Kripke relates, "was because at the time I had the no angel rule - I just didn't want them.
Eric Kripke: . . . "Demons and angels actually have more in common with each other than they do with humanity, so they play by the same rules in a way."
Co-executive producer Ben Edlund elaborates. "The existence of non-corporeal entities possessing from both the demonic stripe and the angelic stripe indicates an underlying physical world that we don't know about, which is consistent with the supernatural physics of our universe. Lucifer, who was an angel, goes to Lilith, and using some of his angelic powers, which comes from God, he twists her into a demon, so it's like using good for bad. Demons are linked to humanity, but they are different, and their difference comes from angelic intervention, so ultimately demons are a bit of a fusion between human stuff and angel stuff, therefore it makes sense to me that their ability to possess, their ability to become non-corporeal, and all the other things that are not normally the province of humanity actually stems from the angelic perversion that came from Lucifer."
If there was any that remained after all the rezes and heals, it should have DEFINITELY been removed from him at close of S8 where he speaks about the trials "purifying" him. I mean if that didn't get rid of the demon blood, then there's no meaning to the word "purify" any more.
Also in S9, seems like having Gadreel inside him would have purified what was left as it seems unlikely for any non-Lucifer angel to be able to occupy a demon blood infected body.
ONLY possible exception is that when Crowley went into Sam to get Gadreel out, he reinfected the boy.
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