“Prophet and Loss”— (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)
NO LOOKING BACK – Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) must figure out how to stop the bloodshed when Donatello (guest star Keith Szarabajka), who, in his current condition, is inadvertently scrambling the order of future prophets. Nick (Mark Pellegrino) comes face to face with his past. The episode was directed by Thomas J. Wright and written by Brad Buckner & Eugenie Ross-Leming. (#1412). Original Airdate 1/31/2019.
Post by AntiArbitrator on Feb 1, 2019 14:13:26 GMT -5
My favorite scene was when Sam passionately (and ) implored Dean to give up his plan to go inside the box. So much emotion and fire!
I was amused when Cas revealed he knew about Dean's plan and made it clear he was not on board with it. It is always a relief to see Cas has some angel juice rather than being impotent. Speaking of impotence, when was the last time any of the guys hooked up with a woman?
Donatello is back! Is he going to serve a purpose later on in the story? Or, as SoCal said, was this just a filler episode?
I thought the scene between Nick and his wife was interesting. Nick seems too far gone into darkness to be of use to anyone. Although I watch "Criminal Minds", I am not interested in seeing episodes of Nick being a serial killer.
Post by novemberschild on Feb 3, 2019 14:46:17 GMT -5
I am kind of with SoCal on this one, thee were only a couple of things I really cared about, otherwise it was filler.
( to answer a question about the last episode, In Nightmare Logic we found out AU Bobby had a son that ended up getting killed by angels, I think. You know the episode with Maggie the super hunter )yes, extreme sarcasm
I Loved seeing Sam bring Dean back to reality, that is something I needed to see someone pop Dean and make him realize that Winchesters don't give up. That is what he needed to hear, his brother needs him and I think Sam might have done whatever it took to sabotage Dean in his effort to be in the box anyway. Sam and Dean will never be ok with each other not giving their all to save the other, and I also don't think Dean had tired everything as he kept saying either.
as much as I like Cas I thought he seemed like an overeager puppy, just running around to save Dean or talk to Dean, it was odd. I did enjoy seeing Cas cure Donatello, and Donatello coming back was nice, he was kind of brain dead, but evidently when the writers want to, Cas can heal almost anything. I always liked Donatello and the actor who was great as Holz on Angel.
It was awful to see Nick leave his wife where she was, that was horrifying and a clear sign that there is no saving Nick from himself or his seemingly long slide to darkness, I can almost see it now, he somehow ends up as a demon or king of Hell, or whatever. Though I think the end of the storyline would be great also.