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Picspam Reaction: Supernatural 6.19
So, this is a reaction for 6.19. A little late, yeah. Life just sucks sometimes. 6.20 is going to take a while to get watched too.

Contains profanity, capslock and speculation. Even though 6.20 has aired, I'm still speculating.

Spoiler and Theory Summary

Amber Benson is in this one. Amber freaking Benson. Know what that means? LENOOOOOOORE! THE COW-SUCKERS ARE BACK!!! FINALLY!! \o/

Lenore and her crew are some of the few 'monsters' that are willing to talk to Sam and Dean and vice-versa, and given the whole Purgatory/Eve thing going on, they're going to need info from somewhere. The boys kind of killed the Alpha vamp though, didn't they? What do Lenore and her crew think about that? And how are they being affected by Mom hanging around all of a sudden?




Never ever ever, upon seeing an interview with a guest star whose character is dead, should I think “Well, there can’t be any spoilers in that, his character’s dead!”

...what show am I watching again? Oh, right. The one with the reality-bending monsters, time traveling angels, and the revolving-door afterlife. Duh. *gets to 'so how hard was it not to let on that your character isn't really dead?' and backbuttons at the speed of light*

SOOOOOO. CROWLEY’S NOT REALLY DEAD. *GRINS* Good. I liked the evil bastard.

Oh... Hey.... Castiel’s the one who burned Crowley’s bones.... WHAT IF CASTIEL’S IN ON IT!? :-O He might have been tricked into burning the wrong bones, but... I wouldn’t have thought it before the recent peeks at Castiel’s activities, but seriously, stranger alliances have been made in war and Castiel’s a bit naive sometimes and.... Oh crap. Which would mean Castiel’s trying to overthrow the PTB in Heaven with the help of Crowley, AKA the current King of Hell.... Who hates running Hell if what he said to Bobby earlier this season is to be believed, but he's stuck with it because he aimed to have the job, and demons lie and never do anything without a reason, and if Crowley can get another angel to try to take over Heaven and then Fall to replace his incarcerated Boss.... oh Cas. You absolute desperate moron. D-:


Bring it!

Picspam Reaction, with speculation and randomness for Supernatural 6.19 - (I don't know but if it doesn't have "Blood" somewhere in the title I'll be very surprised.) "Mommy Dearest" (Hunh. I am suprised.)

-Due to technical issues didn't manage to skip all of the Then. Hi Crowley. If I hadn't found out you weren't dead already, this would have confirmed it. Aaaand there's Castiel with the bag of bones. He's totally in cahoots with Crowley. Cas, you dumbass.

-Hitting on a girl who is wandering around at night barefoot in a white nightie with blood on it. That's true class.

-Oooo, weird veiny touch effect. Last time it was the earworm, what's it gonna be this time?

-Locking the doors and ripping off the door handles. Never a good sign, unless you're hoping for a massacre.

-"Are you okay, Miss?" Aw, the one nice guy in the bar who actually notices the bloody nightie isn't some kind of fashion statement. He'll probably die first, just like the trucker that just wanted to help. Darn monsters, killing all the nice guys.

-Or she'll infect him with the monster-blood-disease-whatever of the evening. Hey, since Amber Benson's going to be showing up, I wonder if she's spreading vampirism?

-Yep, bloodbath. Looks quite vampirey, at least as far as SPN vampires go. More tearing out of throats than sucking of blood. Rapid development due to getting it from the source. *nods*

-They're loading poor phoenix-man's ashes into shotgun shells. Sure, whatever works. I still wonder how they determine an effective ratio of special ammo contents. Like how pure does a silver bullet need to be, and how much rock-salt goes in a salt round. Those they could have established by trial and error, but this is kind of a unique deal and there's only one bottle of the guy's ashes and... I'm over-thinking this aren't I?

-Nifty to see the shell-building process though. *takes caps for educational purposes*

-Of course it didn't burn you, Dean. You aren't the mother of the monsters. Or something. Um... you do realize you're rubbing the remains of a dead guy into your skin? Just checking.

-...And I didn't block the guest stars. Samantha Smith. So. MARY!!! O.O Holy crap. They're doing a whole lot of everything in this ep, aren't they? *blocks rest of guest cast credits*

-"I think maybe it's time you made a call." Yeah. Call Castiel. He needs to be sat down and interrogated offered tea and cookies. Both actually.

-"It's not like Cas lives in my ass." They're really having fun with the Dean/Cas shippers lately aren't they? If what I think is coming up tonight is what's happening, I can understand why. Ooo.

-Hahaha, Castiel, I seeeee you....

-"I was never in your..." *snerk* Pardon me while I headdesk for a moment. XD

-I like the framing and composition of this shot, so I'm capping it.

-Lenore's looking a little spooked, and oddly younger.

-Written by Adam Glass, directed by John F. Showalter, familiar names both.

-"Well if it makes you feel any better, he turned into a vampire and I chopped his head off." Hehehe. Not quite chopped, there Sammy.

-*smiles all over at the conversation between Lenore and Sam* I missed Lenore. I really did. It's weird.

-"Kill me." Oh god. Sigh. What show am I watching again? Right. the one that finds a new way to rip my heart out every other week. Although my ponderings in the spoiler section regarding Lenore and the cow-suckers have been rather conclusively answered.

-Wow. So, angel-touch is multi-purpose and not just demons then. Good to know.

-"We needed to move this along." Yeaaaaah. *headshake* Castiel. Tact. Or... something.

-"I was expecting more Zombieland, less Pleasantville." Hee! Come on, Dean, if it was Pleasantville it'd be in black and white.

-Heh. Castiel brought them all there, which makes sense. If the enemy knows you're coming, driving across country and giving them a chance to take pot-shots at you along the way is a really bad idea if you have faster, more direct means of transpot like teleportation that isn't shielded against (speaking of which, why isn't it shielded against? Could this be... A TRAP? Dun dun duuuuun!) however, in this case, given the reveal that's probably coming in this episode, given that Crowley is alive and the THEN supports the idea of Castiel being in on it, when that reveal comes down and the shouting starts, Castiel's probably going to take off and these guys are probably all gonna be stuck in Grant's Pass, Oregon without a ride. Not that that would be their biggest worry at that point.

-"I'm gonna need a computer." Things you wouldn't expect Bobby to say, but probably should have. *nods*

-Oh my god, they got Bobby an iPad. "No, a computer has buttons!" XD

-Heh. Castiel's blocked. Yep. It's a trap. SURPRISE!

-"Without your power you're basically just a baby in a trenchcoat." Dean, Dean, Dean. That 'taking the celestial backup for granted' thing's gonna smack you in the face hard, really soon I suspect.

-Hee! Castiel might not be able to actually flutter away right now, but he's doing a damn fine impression of "talk to the feathers, mortal" while stuck in a restaurant booth.

-Oh, hey, it's Mr. Charming from the pre-title bloodbath. Looks like he survived Eve's kissing disease. Briefly.

-"I have a uh... painful burning sensation." *SNORT*

-Dean makes a salient observation about the doctor's absence, is perceptive and finds the corpse. Yay for smart and perceptive Dean! \o/

-"Casual Friday agents?" Hee!

-And Bobby fast-talks the cop. "Just hurry, idjit." Why have we not had Bobby along on, oh, I don't know, EVERY HUNT EVER?

-...But what the heck are Sam and Bobby driving? Is that a late 70's early 80's Ford Fairmont? Yet another disadvantage to travel by angel; having to crowd-source local transportation.

-And Dean and Castiel in a... I'm not sure. Another four-door, though. Maybe an early eighties Thunderbird? Naw. Buick?

-"Then that's not his twin." Oooo. Well spotted Castiel!

-"I'm thoroughly unpracticed with firearms." Don't sell yourself short, dude. You managed okay with a sawed-off shotgun in that warehouse with the Croatoan-tainted vaccine a season or so back.

-...ooookay? Yeah, I'd blow a boggle check too. Even the clothes are cloned. Which one's the live one that just closed the curtains? This is the point where shooting everybody becomes the rational plan.

-Oooo, set design had fun with this room!

-Oh ho! So... Eve turned everyone into Mr. Charming? Or Doppelgangers? I don't think it's a shifter thing, because they have a different kind of *handwave* mechanism hoodydoo. Hm. Monster mechanics. *ponders*

-"An ambulance is on the way, okay?" ...really? *eyebrows Sam*

-"A girl in white." *facepalm* Six years and it's still those damn white nighties. If they aren't monsters, they're victims. Sam and Dean need to load up Supersoakers full of fabric dye and just hose down everyone in white nighties and dresses. Half their problems would be solved.

-"Well, I'm bathing in Purell tonight." Now there's a product placement image that's gonna get lodged in a few people's minds.

-Oh, that's gonna smell pretty. How long has it been since the massacre? :-P

-"You'd think he'd notice this many missing folks." Yes. You'd think. Unless this was all a TRAP or something. Golly.

-Yup. Vampires.

-OHHHH! Also Wraith! So, like, massive-combo-mega-monsters, or some kind of hybrid experimentation where the strongest monster wins the bar brawl and goes on to become Alpha of a new line or something?? Nifty! \o/

-"Well congrats, you discovered it, you get to name it."/"Jefferson Starships." *chokes on drink* HA!! (Random: I had an extended conversation with a Radio DJ once about the ever-changing name of Jefferson Starship/Airplane/etc, but be damned if I can remember any of it.) I agree with Sam's eyebrows.

-"... because? They're horrible and hard to kill." I dunno. I liked 'We Built This City', but I was in high school in the 80's, and I like vocal harmony and cheese. ("White Rabbit" was Jefferson Airplane, not Starship. Although it's really the same band. Sort of.)

-Starships. Hee. Though really, Starship and Jefferson Starship are different- okay, fine, I'll shut up.

-"Does everyone in this town have the Mutaba virus?" That's another Trek reference from Dean, isn't it? That's the one that's got something to do with a Mugatu? *googles* Nope, it's from Outbreak. Ah yes. The one where the graphic of the virus spread had it stopping dead at the Canadian border. Dean spent a lot of time in movie theatres in the mid-nineties.

-Yeah. Getting conveniently discovered by the cops in a bar full of very dead people. Not a trap at aaaaaaall.

-Hee! Sneaky Dean.

-Handcuffs for everyone! Whee! Heh. Nice look straight into the camera there, Misha, like Castiel knows what people watching are probably thinking about handcuffs, and finds it confusing.

-Beer brand continuity! \o/

-Aw crap. MANDROIDS!

-"Je- Ju- Jefferson Starships!" Seriously, when naming things that might need to be shouted in warning, pick something short and easy. XD

-I have no reason at all for including this screen cap. It just paused that way.

-The good news is, beheading seems to slow them down considerably.

-Aaaand it's interrogation time. Since the concept of "it's a trap" seems to be escaping our heroes this evening.

-Oh crap, now there's kids. Seriously, guys, TRAAAAAAAAP. Like textbook trap. How do you get the good guys to let their guard down? THROW THEM SOMETHING THAT LOOKS LIKE A VICTIM NEEDING RESCUED. Heh. That capslock was accidental, but I stand by it.

-Oh god, I can't even look.

-Well, at least they're testing the kids. Okay, maybe in this case my paranoia was a bit over-zealous. Maybe. But why would they leave kids alive and tied up in a jail cell if they weren't a trap? Hmm.

-"They said we were food." Okay, yeah, I guess if everyone's converted it makes finding lunch a little awkward.

-"There's a greater purpose here."/"I'm getting a little tired of the 'greater purposes', okay?" *facepalm* Dean. You are a moron. Also about to get smacked square in the complacency regarding Castiel, I think. Within the next 20 to 30 minutes.

-Also, Uncle in another town, haha. If I were Eve and those kids weren't a direct trap for the Winchesters, they'd totally be handy little vectors to carry the hybrid monster contagion to other towns. But that's me, and I'm nobody's mother.

-Craaaap. What the heck is Dean's family theme doing in there?

-Okay. I'm paranoid. But I still think this is the stupidest thing they could do. Although they obviously identify with the big brother and little brother thing... whiiiiich makes me think it's even more likely these kids are deliberately picked to be a Winchester trap and/or Winchester-delivered monster-vector, because of course they'll identify with them and want to trust them. Aaaaaarg. And that's why the family theme is hanging around. Geez. *headdesk*

-Poor abandoned, taken-for-granted Castiel. Poor ill-advised, stupid, co-operating-with-the-king-of-Hell-to-take-over-Heaven Castiel. Probably.

-"They may find more 'wayward orphans' along the way." Ohhhhhh, that little break in his voice, omg CAS YOU POOR WUBBY, LET ME WRAP YOU IN A BLANKET AND FEED YOU SOUP!!! Ahem. I, that is, um. *koff* Carry on.

-"Pardon me for highlighting their crippling and dangerous empathetic response with 'sarcasm'." Hee! Finger quotes. I see Castiel's got the same paranoia I have. Which means we're probably right. Arg.

-Castiel's not having a very good episode. Powerless, taken for granted, not heeded when he's being paranoid making tactically sound statements. He can't even poof his suit clean. That's gotta suck.

-Yeah, this is gonna end in gouts of blood before the next commercial break.

-"I need five minutes alone with him." Oh my. O.O

-Yeaaaah. That's totally not foreshadowing for Castiel possibly going darkside at aaaall.

-"That's the plan?"/"Yeah. Pretty much." This is Dean's 'I am being a strategic genius, do not doubt my mad tactical skills' face. Looks about right for the context. *facepalm*

-"Crap. Crap. Crap."/"Anyone in this diner who isn't a flesh-eating monster?"/"Yeah, me and you." Yeeeesss. It's called a trap. And you're soaking in it. I repeat. Again. *facepalm*

-Oh, hi Eve! (Ha! Name tag says Angela, cute) Wouldn't have recognized you in something other than a white nightie, so thanks for announcing yourself.

-Just in case Bobby and Castiel had any doubt things had gone south, nothing like the blinds suddenly getting closed to clue them in.

-"Destroy these. Thank you." Gotta admit, I like an adversarial character who is polite to her minions. And a quiet and efficient minion he is. Actually I guess they're all her kids, aren't they? Nice to see kids being helpful for their mom. ... heeeey. Did this episode air the Friday just before Mother's Day? *googles cautiously* nope. 29th of April. Missed opportunity there.

-"And dragons. Really?" Hehehehehehe. Yeah. A lot of people said that. XD

-"My children, no thanks to you, started getting kidnapped and tortured, even my firstborns." Ah, yes, Grandpa Campbell and Crowley's hunt for Alphas and Purgatory. Ten minutes or so to go, expecting big reveals aaaany minute now.

-YES! Hi Mary! Heheheheheeheh. It's been about a week since I saw her in the credits (yes watching this has been slow going) and forgot about that 'til now. Love it. I hope Samantha Smith keeps on as Eve. MIIIIIINDGAAAAAMES!!! \o/

-"It's Crowley I want dead." Ha, ha, ha. Yeah. Here it comes. Damn I wish I hadn't clicked on that article, because that would have been a hell of a one-two punch reveal.

-"Is that what he told you? It's about the souls." Hee. I totally just chortled.

-Nuclear reactor, the sun, oilwell.... we're all over the energy source metaphor map here. Throw in hydroelectric, geothermal and a wind farm and that'll cover just about all the bases.

-"I'll turn you all. Every soul. Mine." Oh I like her. How do you defeat an enemy? You remove the enemy's capacity to fight back. In this case, by controlling all the soul power.

-"Call it beta testing." I really like her. As an adversary. Not that I want her to win, but I like her.

-"I had to see if it could slip past hunters undetected of course." I'M NOT PARANOID, I'M RIGHT! AND SO IS CASTIEL! HA! \o/

-"Little Ryan." So, just the pre-adolescent one. Figures. Children. Yeesh.


-Okay, so gouts of blood before a commercial break, just not the one right after I said that. *handwaves*

-"Ryan was bound to work on you. Little wayward orphan, just like yourselves." Yep. Despite their acres of experience with evil children. He did pass all the assorted testing though, which is freaky. Did the kid not show up as having laser-eyes yet, or is his batch of beta-test laser-eye-free? Hmmm. Wonder if phoenix ash would detect them somehow? *ponders*

-Incidentally, where the heck are Castiel and Bobby while all this is happening?

-Samantha Smith is so damn cute and smirky as Eve. I really hope she does keep on in the role. That would rock.

-Ah, there's the wayward angel and wayward curmudgeon. Since we've tossed the word 'wayward' into the script twice this episode like there's, I dunno, a montage in the near future or something, why not use it some more.

-'Take the deal, and I won't kill your friends.'/'Hell no.' Castiel and Bobby exchange eyeshots of something that looks a lot like 'WTF?' Heee!

-"Don't test me." Oh yes. Please. Can we keep her? Please??


-Oh wow, Bobby lurching forward out of the woman's grip, the expression on his face, wow! *applauds Jim Beaver*

-...OH YOU DIDN'T! Did Dean eat some phoenix ash? Which OMG EWWW, but wow! Smart Dean. Smart, creepy, cannibalistic Dean. O.o

-"One shell, one ounce of whisky, down the hatch." And there's a new shooter to try to emulate for conventions. What could be used instead of the ashes of a dead guy, though? Hm. Espresso grind coffee? ...yeah. That'd be about the right chewy consistency.

-Damn. I really wanted her to stick around. Of course, here, she'll die, Crowley will show up, all hell will break loose because Crowley's primary opposition just got smoked, and yeah. The season finale's looking miiiighty interesting.

-"Shut your eyes!" And Castiel's got his juice back in time to nuke the Starships. Pft. Starships. I hope they get a rename since they're out in the broader world and likely to recur.

-'We should take you on all the hunts.'/'Can you clear up the monster conversion too?' Yep, and they're all back to taking Castiel for granted, and there's about... hm... eight minutes for that to bite them in the ass.

-Okay, maybe there's no more Starships after all. That'd save the rename. I'm guessing Crowley, yes?

-Heh. Yep.

-Could you look any smugger, Castiel?

-"I'm an angel. I'll look into it immediately." Suuuuure you will. Hm. Or maybe I'm wrong on the Castiel being in cahoots with Crowley thing. I don't feel wrong though.

-And you guys are all stuck in... waitaminute. *goes back to check something* Nope, I don't think they goofed and had them drive to whereverthehell Uncletown in the Impala. It was dark, so it was probably one of the 'borrowed' cars. Still, they're all stuck there now and need to steal another ride.

-"How did Crowley get away?" Yep, here it comes. I think.

-Yeah. Ow. Still. Shouldn't have taken him for granted, guys.

-Hi Crowley! Damn do I love Mark Sheppard for keeping quiet about this and insisting his name be out of the credits so as not to spoil the reveal, and damn do I hate myself for forgetting that 'dead' on this show can often mean 'temporarily inconvenienced' or 'guest-starring on another show'. :-P

-Ow. Whatever Castiel's doing, he's not happy about it. (Pst. Cas. You've got red on you. Still.)

-"How many times am I gonna have to clean up your messes?" Ooo. Yeah. Castiel, you poor, desperate, taken-for-granted dumbass. The sad thing is, he's probably doing all this to keep the Apocalypse from getting reinstated, and I suspect he's gonna Fall for it. Oh Cas. D-:

Friendship and true family is a two-way street. They support you and you support them. Castiel hasn't been getting much in the way of support for a while now, and is in a pretty desperate situation. Even so, Dean's going to see this as a betrayal, and the next episode is gonna HUUURT. *bounces in anticipation*

Now, if I can code like the wind, I might be able to sneak in watching 6.20 before Monday... but no guarantees. Particularly since LJ isn't talking to my uploader anymore and I'll have to upload all 90 screencaps through the LJ upload screen. Blaaaah....

(PLEASE, NO SPOILERS OR REFERENCES TO SPOILERY MATERIAL IN COMMENTS! Any and all promo material for unaired episodes is considered to be a spoiler in this journal. The further definition of what constitutes a spoiler for this journal is located in left hand sidebar. Theory and speculation based on aired episodes only.)


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ciaranbochna From: ciaranbochna Date: May 16th, 2011 01:21 am (UTC) (Link)
No comments, and I am saving new icons until you watch--because I had enough brain left to remember that;)

Oh my, Cas...just...craaaaap. He needs tea, a blanket, and possibly chocolate, or something else that might work on the heavenly host;)

*Hugs* because I hear you need some of them.
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: May 16th, 2011 02:11 am (UTC) (Link)
No comments, and I am saving new icons until you watch--because I had enough brain left to remember that;)

Much appreciated.

He needs tea, a blanket, and possibly chocolate, or something else that might work on the heavenly host;)

Castiel needs cuddles. *nods*

*Hugs* because I hear you need some of them.

Staying as far out of my own head and reality for as long as possible isn't helping much, but it's better than the alternatives.
ciaranbochna From: ciaranbochna Date: May 16th, 2011 02:22 am (UTC) (Link)
Reality is a terribly evil place.

borgmama1of5 From: borgmama1of5 Date: May 16th, 2011 03:08 am (UTC) (Link)
Well, you clearly have a twisty enough mind to be a writer for this show, you called most of the big reveals. I'm impressed.

caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: May 18th, 2011 04:11 am (UTC) (Link)
I don't know whether to be flattered or worried... O.o
izhilzha From: izhilzha Date: May 16th, 2011 03:11 am (UTC) (Link)
Grants Pass is the town I grew up in. I may have slid partly off my couch, swearing gleefully, when they said its name.
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: May 18th, 2011 04:12 am (UTC) (Link)
The Northwest doesn't get a lot of coverage in this show, so congratulations on hitting the hometown jackpot!
blackcat333_99 From: blackcat333_99 Date: May 16th, 2011 03:49 am (UTC) (Link)
You are much cleverer than me, lol. I figured the kids were bait to lure the boys into the cell, and then we'd be treated to a clang! and oops for those good intentions.

But no, the trap was more elaborate than that; we didn't even get a small save for the boys -- although as much as Castiel was right about the bigger picture, the boys are right about not forgetting the smaller/humanity part of the picture too. Sorta that It's the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester type of choice all over again. Never easy. Hard decisions are hard, yo.

Eeep! I hope you have a chance to get your 6.20 review up by Monday morning -- I'll be on complete Internet blackout from then on through the rest of the week and possibly into the next -- not peeking at all until I get my review of our finale up, and RL will be taking me away from my computer until at least then.
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: May 18th, 2011 04:15 am (UTC) (Link)
Didn't make the deadline, but I hope the net-less lands are treating you well, and I look forward to your finale posts for SPN (and CM when you get to it). :-D
silverblaze85 From: silverblaze85 Date: May 16th, 2011 04:08 am (UTC) (Link)
Someone else mentioned this on their episode review: Eve walks past the boys two or three times while Bobby's fiddling with the Ipad and Cas realizes he can't flutter out.

\o/ for oblivious boys!!

"A girl in white." *facepalm* Six years and it's still those damn white nighties. If they aren't monsters, they're victims. Sam and Dean need to load up Supersoakers full of fabric dye and just hose down everyone in white nighties and dresses. Half their problems would be solved.

*snerk* Oh man. Totally. 100% agreeing here. Someone needs to write this, you know.
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: May 18th, 2011 04:20 am (UTC) (Link)
I totally missed Eve walking past! Take the monster out of the nightie and I go blind apparently, along with the Winchesters. Actually, had they seen her in the flesh before then? I thought they'd only seen a bad CCTV image?

silverblaze85 From: silverblaze85 Date: May 18th, 2011 04:29 am (UTC) (Link)
....you know, I don't know. I just assumed they had, when dealing with the trucker. *needs to go back and rewatch*

I did wonder if Cas would be able to 'sense' her or not, you know? But then I got totally distracted and didn't really care anymore as I flailed excitedly and frantically. Oh, Cas. </3 And on a totally serious note... thank you so much for doing these and sharing. It's always a riot, and you tend to point out bits that I glance over watching it the first time through. It's always a thrill when I see a new review go up. ^_^
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: May 18th, 2011 05:27 am (UTC) (Link)
Aw, shucks, thank you! :-D
irismay42 From: irismay42 Date: May 16th, 2011 05:12 pm (UTC) (Link)
You're right, the Crowley reveal was a helluva thing when you're unspoilered like I was!

Mark Sheppard said at the Asylum con this weekend that he is the actor who most has to keep his name out of credits and lie on his Twitter about where he is in order to keep the fans unspoiled! (Bless him - total sweetie and Dr Who fanboy!)
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: May 18th, 2011 04:22 am (UTC) (Link)
I was SO ANNOYED with myself for clicking that link. Mark Sheppard is an awesome awesome person for being so spoiler-conscious.
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