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#1 FarscapeOne

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Posted 18 May 2017 - 08:12 PM

Lucifer battles Sam, Dean and Castiel for control of his unborn child.

#2 Lord of the Sword

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Posted 19 May 2017 - 12:05 AM

Alright, I just got to ask: If you walked outside your house, saw a single column of flame just standing there in mid air, every now and then it disrupts the power and what not, are you just going to walk up and touch it? LOL.

So apparently Lucifier's child gets born as a full on adult? Guess they didn't want to have to do another "Darkness growing up, taking half the season thing".

Before I forget...I do believe there is going to be a problem with Dean next season. When Cas healed him, Dean's cheek sparked yellow...the same yellow that Lucifer's kid was leaving all over the place. It made me remeber Billy's warning about cosmic consequences for breaking the deal they made.

We got to see what the world would be like if Sam and Dean had never been born....very interesting.

Now we come to the deaths. Damn. Cas dying, IMO no big deal. They can, and probably will, have Lucifer's child bring him back. That would be the easier way to do it, but either way I'm sure Cas will be back. I've actually lost count of just how many times they've killed off Cas. Crowley sacrificing himself like that...Didn't see that one coming, although it does make sense given that he was tired of constantly defending the throne, plus he really was nothing more then the Winchester's b*tch. Not surprised that Rowena died at all.

Mary sacrificing herself like that. Oh Damn. And Lucifer's face when the portal closed...Man he was PISSED! I don't think Mary is going to have a good time at all. But on the plus side, Lucifer got exactly what he wanted: A world with all of God's toys in ruins.

Very nice meeting Bobby again, even if it was briefly. I'm just hoping Supernatural is going to be going in the direction the superhero shows seem to be going in, with regards to the multiverse.
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Looks like the Liberal Elite of Exisle have finally managed to silence the last remaining Conservative voice on the board.

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#3 RJDiogenes


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Posted 21 May 2017 - 04:37 PM

Okay, that was eventful-- mostly in the last half hour or so.  :mellow:

I've been worried-- or more like fatalistically expecting-- that May would die at season's end, so I was quite encouraged by the ending of the first episode. May is saved and reunited with the boys. Psycho chick, Ketch, and Margaret Thatcher are all dead at the hands of Ketch, Mary, and Sheriff Jody respectively. Now we can move on to Lucifer. But things did not go so well in part two.

Okay, so Mary's not dead, which means there is still hope. But the last time we saw her she was upon to be sprang  upon by a thoroughly enraged Lucifer after she pounded him back through the wormhole with magical brass knuckles, trapping him in the Post-Apocalyptic Mirror Universe. That's a hell of a cliffhanger all by itself. If she's going to survive, something drastic will have to happen in the next half second. I'm guessing that Mirror Lucifer will intervene. I guess it really depends on if they actually want Mary to continue on the show.

And we got to see Mirror Bobby, looking like Khan on Ceti Alpha V.   Man, I love Bobby, in all universes.  :D

And then there's Crowley. Even before that re-humanizing ritual a couple of years ago, he was pretty soft hearted for the King of Hell-- he's been called on it many times, and he's tried to prove it's not true, but now he's finally owned up to it. He threw his lot in with the boys in flannel, admitted he wasn't interested in ruling Hell, and even offered to close the gates permanently. And then ultimately gave his own life to defeat Lucifer. A nice ending for the character if he's really done, but I hope he does find a way to come back.

Castiel, on the other hand, I'm pretty positive will come back. He's like Captain Scarlet. It doesn't matter how many times he dies, he somehow manages to recover no matter what.  Undoubtedly it will have something to do with the new kid on the block.

Speaking of which, he's kind of creepy, sitting there in the corner in the dark like that. But I have a feeling that he will not be evil, as Lucifer hoped and expected, but probably not as good as Castiel believed-- he's going to be trouble, but the question is what kind of trouble?

And the other question is, why did that portal to Wasteland World appear like that. It seems a little too specific and convenient to be a random sign of a Nephilim birth. I'm betting we'll find out that the kid provided it, either deliberately or instinctively, to give the boys a place to banish Lucifer because the kid didn't want Daddy around.

Season Thirteen looks like it will be quite interesting.
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Posted 19 July 2017 - 04:43 PM

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