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SUPERNATURAL - S14, E20 - "MORIAH"...


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#1 FarscapeOne

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Posted 25 April 2019 - 05:56 PM

Sam, Dean and Castiel are thrown into an epic battle. Meanwhile, Jack becomes disenchanted with all the lies, and an old friend from the past shows up.


The season finale.

#2 RJDiogenes

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Posted 25 April 2019 - 07:13 PM

An "old friend," eh?  Wink, wink.  ;)  :lol:
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#3 FarscapeOne

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 07:43 AM

Wow.  Just... wow.

So a lot of things the boys killed over the years... Bloody Mary, the clown, the woman on the road... are all brought back.  That's a LOT of things for them to kill over again.

Chuck was a major douche this time around, which makes me think it isn't Chuck.  We see Lucifer in the Empty with Jack, and Billie says they need to talk.  I wonder if the Empty took the form of Chuck this time... he wore a red jacket.  Maybe that was a clue.

What a way to lead into the final season!

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 03:35 PM

And we were worried about, Jack!

I'm glad you explained that, FarscapeOne.  I thought the black goo was the big empty, I didn't realize it was Lucifer.

Red jacket. lol  That reminds me of the red shirts in Star Trek.

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 07:11 PM

Well, yeah, Holy Crap indeed. I've been looking forward to Chuck's expected return, but I wasn't expecting anything like this. But you know what they say:  Chuck answers all prayers, but sometimes the answer is "Zombie Apocalypse."

One of the things that's always intriguing about Chuck's appearances is the suggestion of limitations to his powers. Apparently he can't just restore Jack's soul with a snap of his fingers like he can restore the world.  And he seemed to admit that he was nervous about Jack because Jack has "Chuck-level" powers. Or was he lying?  Is it really all just  about the story, about Chuck's favorite show?  Are they really suggesting that all the pain and misery in the world is just because God is nothing but a writer? You know, I'm really offended and outraged at the negative portrayal of writers on this show. Writers contribute a lot to society. We deserve better representation and agency. Or at least better agents.  Anyway, it seemed very odd that all-knowing Chuck could be surprised by Dean's actions-- and it seemed even weirder that he tried to bribe Dean by offering to resurrect Mary. Not to mention that he was able to fry Jack so easily after saying that he couldn't.  I kept thinking that everything that was happening was some kind of test-- or temptation-- to see how the boys and Cass performed.  And I still don't think that that is necessarily off the table.

But for all appearances, as we head into the final season, we've got the actual Biblical Apocalypse when the graves give up their dead and stuff, however that goes.  I find this intriguing, because for a long time I've thought of Supernatural as the Third Testament, and that the Winchesters would be game changers in the state of the world and its relationship to Heaven and Hell. Perhaps that will actually happen.  It could be that Chuck is testing humanity by means of the Winchesters or it could be that he will be the Big Bad of the final chapter. Maybe one or both of the Winchesters will replace him.  Assuming they aren't both consumed by cannibalistic Zombies and that the final season isn't set in the Squirrelverse.

And what about Jack, out there in the Big Empty?  Was that wiggly black thing the Big Empty Curator or Lucifer?  And there was Billy, telling Jack that they have to talk-- the assumption would be that she wants to talk to him about being dead, but I think there's something more to it than that, especially after she came up in conversation between Dean and Chuck.

Looks like next season is going to be a mighty weird finale.  I can't wait.  :lol:

View PostFarscapeOne, on 26 April 2019 - 07:43 AM, said:

Chuck was a major douche this time around, which makes me think it isn't Chuck.  
That's a good thought. I'd be happy with that, because I don't really like Chuck being a douche.  But would the Big Empty Guy really have that much power?  To teleport people, to undo Jack's truth spell, to set the world right, to fry Jack's eyeballs?  I guess we don't really know the extent of his power.
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