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Supernatural 9.05 - Dog Dean Afternoon

-That THEN! 'SAVING PEOPLE HUNTING THINGS'! All the crack! WOO! Best Non-Music-Montage Then Ever (although I haven't watched most of them, so...)

-Thought for a second the stuffed rodent with the doublet and sword was supposed to be Reepicheep from the Narnia books.

-Tie Report: Dean - Brown with filigree diamonds, Sam - steel grey with either very subtle stripe-like lines, or a basketweave texture. Regardless, this may be the case-iest case they've had for a long while, but no one's really too on-the-job about it.
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-Funky hotel wall dividers! \o/

-"Hunters are all selfish dicks who define themselves by what they kill." Har har har.

-How much do I love Sam and Dean working case theories in a random hotel? A WHOLE LOT.

-"Kevin, hey, it's me. How do we speak to a dog?" Oddly, I kind of envy Kevin's job?

-Sam and Dean with a dog. There's just something aww-worthy about that.

-And then Dean starts playing fetch and barking at postal workers which is adorable as hell, but dammit Supernatural, stop sideways Jossing Sherlock fanfic I've got 2000 words done on and have been fiddling with since the fall of 2011! If I ever get it finished now people might think it's derivative. Thanks.

-As I said during a Torchwood reaction post years ago: Poodle. *facepalm*

-Mice! Sadly due to sound muddiness on the DVD, I had to watch most of this with the subtitles on, and the voices were labeled as 'Mouse1', 'Mouse2' etc, so there wasn't tat moment of 'what's that?' altough really, except for the accent they sounded just like the mice on Hitchhiker's Guide so it wouldn't have been a big surprise. On the upside of watching with subtitles, it labelled off-screen Sam speaking as "Sammy". *glee*

-"Empty one of these in his head, see what it does." I approve of this plan. He needs to die.

-SHARKTOPUS REFERENCE!! \o/

-Dean's pack of strays freed from the pound was a little doggie-ex-machina, but still cute. Until it got to the attack point and then I had to fast-forward, because I'm phobic and my nightmares have enough fodder thanks.

-There have been more 'Sammy's so far this season so far than in some prior seasons all together. Advance balm for future developments, methinks. Also, "Don't make me lick your damn face." Hee.

-Ha ha ha dog conspiracy. Great.

-"Only a matter of time before it completely takes over." And suddenly it's all meta about the cure being worse than the disease and Sam's head full of 'Zeke' and the clock ticking on his possession, even though we don't really have a defined clock on that yet and it's going to go badly anyway. Of course. Because Winchesters.


Supernatural 9.05 - Heaven Can't Wait

-Castiel in customer service and practicing being human by imitation is both adorable and sad. And now he's going by the name of Steve it seems.

-KEVIN! HI KEVIN! With the ancient languages and geeking out over research, yay!

-Aw, Castiel's camping out at the store.

-Tie Report. Dean only. Lots of stripes everywhere. Methinks someone is overcompensating for being distracted by other stuff and also only having taken this case to avoid research.
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-There is no way the contents of a human being end up being a spray that colour unless the person being atomized has just swallowed a gallon of white paint.

-There's something rather sweet about a person checking on their own grounded guardian angel.

-Castiel needs to dial back the intensity of that 'Good Luck!' a bit.
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-Is 'beef jerky and a pack of menthols' a reference to something? I didn't think Dean smokes and if he does, menthols really don't seem his kind of thing.

-Dean judging Cas for having a normal job now is threatening to harsh my squee, particularly since even if Cas couldn't stay at the Bunker, it would be easy enough to fake up a resume and references (if they can pretend to be FBI, why not the manager of a 7-11?) and get him a job somewhere closer to the bunker in Kansas. Although if they're buying he's an angel magnet then fine, whatever, *handwave* but still, Dean should know enough about doing what you have to to survive not to judge or shame a person for getting a normal job instead of surfing fraudulent credit cards.

-"Everything I ever attempted went wrong." Awwwwwww.

-I find the Rit Zien angel particularly interesting, and I'm assuming this guy isn't the only one. The rest either aren't embodied yet or are doing better at not vaporizing anyone with the blues.

-Castiel babysitting. Hee. Probably for the best that that twist happened though. It would be a little gauche to give his suddenly-interested-in-dating-her-employee boss her own flower.

-Ephraim: "I won't stop until I wash the planet clean of all suffering." Heh. Good luck with that. It'd take you a while. But then he went foom, so never mind.

-I'm not sure what Crowley's doing at the end there, since neither Sam or Kevin really noticed any additional blood being drawn (and really it's not that simple for the average untrained person to just jab in a needle and get a blood draw, I have had more than enough blood draws recently to reality check that aspect :-P), but it's an interesting development.

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borgmama1of5 From: borgmama1of5 Date: October 14th, 2014 08:24 am (UTC) (Link)
Best part of 'Dog Dean Afternoon'--Jensen's comedic timing and faces!!!

When I did my recent rewatch I paid close attention to the conversation the manager had inviting Cas over, and that dialog was so massaged to hide that she was really asking for a babysitter...I was annoyed by how contrived it was...

Cas empathizing with the baby on how life sucks...I felt that...

And yeah, Crowley with the extra syringe...you kind of have to assume Kevin filled a 2nd syringe with his blood which Crowley then stole...except why would Kevin do that???

I just filed it under 'inexplicable things that writers put in to move the storyline along...'
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: October 14th, 2014 04:08 pm (UTC) (Link)
I'm hoping we get some kind of explanation for it later. It'd be kind of weird if Crowley turned out to be using his own blood and doing a little blood doping for some reason.
ciaranbochna From: ciaranbochna Date: October 15th, 2014 02:19 am (UTC) (Link)
I must say, Dean judging Cas bothered the hell out of me. Frankly, I was proud of him for trying.
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: October 15th, 2014 05:03 am (UTC) (Link)
I know. Admittedly, Dean doesn't have a lot of experience with regular jobs, but he was kind of a jerk there.
ciaranbochna From: ciaranbochna Date: October 15th, 2014 05:05 am (UTC) (Link)
Ah well, momentary lapse. Moving on:)
malevolent73 From: malevolent73 Date: October 17th, 2014 03:08 am (UTC) (Link)
I honestly barely remember these eps but I'm still enjoying the minicaps. I have to comment though, on the blood draw thing. Ya know when something on tv bugs you so much that every time a show shows it, everyone in the room looks at you because they KNOW you're about to spout off about it? That is my kids with me, every time someone either takes blood or tries to inject something intravenously. I get so aggravated. "Veins don't go in that direction! Stop stabbing it straight in and thinking your getting anything in there (or out of there)! Finally, a realistic angle!" etc. Pet peeve alert. LOL
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: October 17th, 2014 05:08 am (UTC) (Link)
I know, right? And the times when they wiggle the needle around randomly. I mean there's a difference in needing to locate a vein or artery and sweeping a pointy bit of metal through someone's arm or neck tissue willy-nilly because the actor isn't keeping track of the angle of the needle.
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