It was great seeing Charisma Carpenter and James Marsters again. That being said, it just seemed like something was missing from the episode. It was incomplete or something. I don't know how to describe what I mean. I guess I am still not used to the changes since Sera took over. I hadn't even thought about why Dean killed the witch in the earlier episode but didn't kill them. Interesting.
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Fitness Minutes: (88,955) Posts: 8,320 10/22/11 1:12 P
It's been nice to see the boys back in some "OLD FASHION" episodes, so to speak. And yes, I do agree that it is odd for the boys to have left the two witches live. Maybe they will serve a bigger purpose in future episodes.... you never know.
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Fitness Minutes: (3,118) Posts: 326 10/22/11 11:35 A
Ok, so last nights episode was great. I love Buffy and Angel so it was wonderful to see James Marsters and Charisma Carpenter together again. But, I had a problem with the episode.
Dean killed the girl that Sam asked him not to a few episodes back. I really didn't like that he did it, but understand why he felt that he had to. She killed people, I get that. But then we get to last nights episode and here are too very powerful witches that are killing people just because they are mad at each other. And what do Sam and Dean do? They let them go once they make up. Now was it because they couldn't kill them? I'm sure that with a little help from Bobby they could have found a way. It just really bothered me that they let them go, yet Dean killed the other girl and left her son without a mother. maybe I'm reading too much into it, but it bothered me. Let me know if this bothered any of you.
Like I said though, I thought it was a great episode. I laughed my butt off through most of it. Everytime Dean called Sam Lance, I laughed. And Sam all sweaty after his run? Hello nothing wrong with that! lol
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