Heads up: This entry is going to remain public, but I'm not going to post any outside links to it for fear of wank from Sam!Girls. Yes, I am THAT pissed.


Sam has gotten to the point with his addiction where he's no longer in control. So in an act of desperation, Dean and Bobby lock him up in the panic room.

While detoxing, Sam sees the darkest side of himself in the visages of people he has either killed, lost, or betrayed; these people include: Alastair, Mary, Dean, and even a young version of himself. All the while he is confused, scared, alone, and in a great amount of pain.

Now at this point in time, I really did feel sorry for him - but that didn't last very long. By the end of the episode, I felt like hitting the boy with a baseball bat in hopes of finally knocking some sense into him. And he wasn't the only one either...


Confused, scared... and alone. Even with Bobby by his side the entire time, it was painfully clear to see the guilt of locking Sam away - even if it was for his own good - was slowly eating away at Dean. Still, he stood at the ready. He was even willing to sell himself over to the angels to protect Sam; to protect his precious little brother.


For the first time since he joined the series, I actually disagreed with Bobby. Even if Sam was capable of killing demons, the addiction was slowly but surely turning him into a "monster".

By the way, was I the only one who held their breath when he confronted Sam with the shotgun? I just KNEW something bad was going to happen. Thankfully, though, it didn't, and Bobby was allowed to live another day.


Girl needs to die. RIGHT NOW. Nothing against Genevieve, of course, I just think it's about time somebody killed her off.


Sam, you insufferable BASTARD. After everything your brother has done for you out of fear for your own safety, you turn against him? YOU were the one who threw the first punch; YOU were the one who clearly demonstrated that you're capable of killing your own flesh and blood, and YOU were the one who walked out that door.

Now tell me: Are these the actions of someone who hopes to "fix" his relationship with his brother? Yeah, I don't think so either.

As of right now, Sam and I are done. Professionally.


The cold and emptiness, combined with eyes that seem to be pleading for... something. Clearly whatever happened in Heaven was indeed major because - not only is Castiel back to the way he was at the beginning of the season - he is actually WORSE. He even betrayed Anna. I confess, I actually teared up when they took her away. She has been trying with all her might to help him think for himself, and he turns her into the 'Angel Police'.

And don't even get me started on how he acted around Dean. That practically deflated my fangirl heart. I don't think I can take much more of that...

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