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SUPERNATURAL - S15, E5 - "PROVERBS 17:3"...


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#1 FarscapeOne

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Posted 14 November 2019 - 06:40 PM

Sam and Dean's routine case turns out to be anything but.

#2 RJDiogenes

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Posted 14 November 2019 - 08:45 PM

I don't think anything will be routine this year.
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#3 FarscapeOne

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Posted 15 November 2019 - 11:26 AM

This has been a great season so far.

First off, the ghost pepper jerky.  That scene was hilarious.  Exactly why I will miss this show.

Werewolf brothers... and how that ended.  That was unexpected.

And Lilith is back? I didn't think Chuck had any powers in the Empty.  Unless he created that realm, too.  That needs some explaining.

Dean's right... how do you fight god when he has it in for you?  Clearly, the question that created the theme for this season is how some people "feel god has it in for me".  Though, given what the boys have been through in their lives, it sure seems like he's always had it in for them.

Something occured to me... remember Kali back in season 5, "HAMMER OF THE GODS"?  She was the only other godlike being who was able to hold her own against Lucifer.  It was almost certainly because so many people in the world still believed in her... conversely, the pagan gods had almost zero followers, and were killed quickly by Lucifer.  What if THAT is how they defeat Chuck?  Find a way to get people to not believe in him.  It would fit previous lore for other gods, and it brings up good questions about how our thoughts do shape the world.

I've got a new idea for how they might end the series... Sam and Dean start telling EVERYONE about monsters, demons, demigods.  Everything.  Including that he's just writing things, toying with everyone's lives.  I'll bet enough people will be so pissed that they simply will stop believing in Chuck.  Or at the very least, create so much doubt that it weakens Chuck to the point that maybe the boys CAN kill him.  He HAS shown that he can be weakened, both in season 11 and with that gun.

Another possibility... Dean goes to Amara for help.  Maybe she creates a new gun for them.

So much to look forward to this year.  It looks like the series will go out on top... and with a bang.

Edited by FarscapeOne, 15 November 2019 - 11:30 AM.


#4 RJDiogenes

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Posted 15 November 2019 - 07:35 PM

Okay, so we had some thought-provoking turns in this one.  For one thing, this is the second episode in a row with a monster who demonstrates self sacrifice for the sake of others-- I don't know if this one counts, since Lilith implied that it was orchestrated by Chuck as foreshadowing, but interesting nonetheless.

And Lilith is back with a brand-new body, implying that the proprietor of the Big Empty is involved in Chuck's plans somehow. That remains to be seen, I guess. But Lilith did succeed in her mission to destroy the Equalizer.  I'm wondering if the boys had the foresight to bring that lump of metal back to the Bunker-- even melted, it may have magical properties that someone like Castiel could exploit (if he ever returns, which I'm sure he will).

Sam is still having visions, which seem to be rotating through all of the series finales that Chuck is contemplating, but thanks to Lilith's monologuing the boys realize that Sam's wound has connected him to Chuck, which has got to figure into the resolution somehow.

Dean is at a low point wondering what you do when God is out to get you, but they've seen God on the ropes before-- and if he was such a big threat, why is he sending Lilith to do his dirty work?  It seems that he may be less of a threat than they think, and probably because of Sam's new connection to him.

And then there's always Amara, who is the one who had him on the ropes the last time.

View PostFarscapeOne, on 15 November 2019 - 11:26 AM, said:

First off, the ghost pepper jerky.  That scene was hilarious.  Exactly why I will miss this show.  
That was a great scene.  Sam was having a really good time watching Dean suffer.  :laughtears:
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