Post by AntiArbitrator on Mar 22, 2019 11:41:56 GMT -5
I enjoyed both adventures in the episode. There was a tragic monster and he died ugly. I was wondering how Sam was going to exit the cabin while the pool of stomach acid was in front of him. But there was no need to worry – his long legs probably easily jumped over the pool.
Sam’s comments to Dean in the car led to them telling Jack the truth about why he was not taken on the hunt. Jack kept a straight face when they told him the truth, but I wonder what he really thought or how he felt. However, I felt Jack was being honest when he agreed to not use his powers yet. Unfortunately, something always happens and that promise will be difficult to keep.
I was entertained by Jack’s interaction with the teenagers, particularly when he was trying to tell them his age. He was having fun showing his abilities; the problem was he did not stop when the kids kept asking him to. I was so glad Jack was able to repair the knife wound. It would be good if he could discuss what happened with the guys, but he did what the Winchesters do – suffer in silence.
Post by novemberschild on Mar 23, 2019 13:19:56 GMT -5
Hello, I have only watched it once which is a record for me to not watch something at least twice, but I was not happy with this one so I will hold the negative comments. I just felt is was very disjointed, like it was in pieces, it was odd, but that is all I will say.
I did like seeing Adam Beach I liked him on Law and order SVU, and was glad he didn't die.