Random thoughts in real time
Hello to the gore.
If they're doing a take on "Christine" I will be most annoyed.
Good, they eliminated that particular angle.
OK, another moron running from something in a straight line - jump to the side, you twit, into a building! Oh, he finally did, but I'm betting it won't help him.
Ah, the "Ringer" commercial. *yawn*
Oh, if Michael Vick could get that
kind of karma....
LOL Dean mentioned Vick! They even had this guy "reforming" like Vick. Uh-huh.
Damn, I know this murderer guy from somewhere, but he's not listed on IMDB for this episode.
Jared is overstimulated. Back off the caffeine, dude.
Dean has a point - scumbags getting knocked off, is hard to want to thwart.
Alona Tal ("Jo") is in the credits, but Jo can't blame anyone for her death, except herself, and her mom. hmmmmmm
Well, at least we know the murderer guy, and the others have/had a conscience.
If Osiris hones in on guilt, he needs to go to my (Catholic) church.
LOL Sam referring to "The Good Wife" - but wasn't he pre-law?
Ah, so that's how they conjure Jo. Um, weren't her bones destroyed in the explosion?
I call B.S. Jo herself decided to be a hunter, against everyone's advice.
Wow, to be ancient Egyptian, Osiris' contemporary, American English, is fabulous. With an Indian or Pakistani accent, no less. *rolling eyes*
OK, Osiris is right about Dean dragging Sam in, but even without Dean, Sam would have gone hunting for Azazel, anyway.
Good, Sam acknowledges what I said about Sam going after Azazel, with or without Dean.
Amy? Please, she's a monster. Oh - because he lied to Sam, I'll bet.
Another "Ringer" ad. *yawn and stretch*
Oh tell Sam, already, Dean!
He can't find a ram's horn in a farming state? Surely there is a flock somewhere nearby.
Busted by a Rabbi - very bad. I hope Sam didn't kill the holy man.
Sounds like the real Jo, though.
That redhead knows nothing about walking around at night - you have your keys firmly in your hand, long before you leave the building.
This one isn't bad, but kind of lays there. The deaths seem to be the main point, but it dances around Dean's guilt about lying to Sam regarding Amy.
This show flies in the face of logic, with multiple religious beliefs being "true" all at once, but then, that's part of its whacked charm.
For the love of all that's holy, Jared, lose the mutton chops! (I can dream)
Next week is the one with Charisma Carpenter and James Marsters ("Cordelia" and "Spike" on "Buffy"/"Angel") She's Cordelia to me, in everything, even "The Expendables." Marsters is still Spike, but even though he's actually a Californian, not British (I know - I was shocked when I found that out, too!) He sounds fake when he uses his natural accent. LOL
love the title of that one - "Shut Up, Dr. Phil" - I'd add another word to that phrase, but this is a P.G. show.