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I for one enjoyed THE season finale (not the series finale).
I found what Dean done was selfless, but also sad for himself. Because eventually they were the family he was going to go back to. I always thought they'd be the people for Dean and that they were his normal and simple life. But looks like hunting is always going to be Dean's specialty.
As for Sam, I disliked his story in the second episode and found it irrelevant. I think they could have done a complete and utter different way to bring back his memories from hell. I think that it'll be interesting to see his development from hell next year.
As for Castiel, I thought it was going to turn back on Crowley and Castiel may have used that blood to destroy the gate way to Purgatory, turns out I was wrong. I hope that Castiel is not their enemy next season. Castiel is too great to be killed off. I'll still watch if his character is no longer present as much, I just think it won't be as fascinating.
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Amazing series to say the least, and the finales just get better season after season. One thinking I have to say is how put-together the storyline really is. It is very easy to get carried away with a subject matter that involves theology, but this series does very well to keep it together. When Season 4 ended with unleashing Lucifer, I thought Season 5 was going to suck because the devil being unleashed on Earth has been done so many times it is old. But I was amazed at how the series progressed. Same with the Apocalypse in Season 5. I thought, how on earth can you trump that!? But once again, Season 6 was a blast. And now, at the end of Season 6, we get a Castiel with God-like powers! Oh, I would love to see how this series progresses in Season 7. Will the real God finally come into play? I sure hope he does! It is very interesting how the concept of Angels, Demons, Purgatory Creatures, The Four Horsemen and Lucifer has been handled. God is the only one left out so far. That would be
@ Liz, several trade mags have already announced that the series was picked up for next season. Year seven, who's the real God in town.....
I can't believe Cas demanding that the guys to bow down to a self proclaim God. I am curious what the "real" God will have to say about this. Which also makes me wander if the writers are going to finally have the actual deity show up in Season 7. Can't wait to see what happeneds next year.
Ok I have it on DVR and will have to watch it again, but wasnt that "dream-state" Sam in the end stabbing Cass? And Cass said that no matter what happened he would bring Sam back..right? It was sooo hectic here last night and like I said I will re-watch it, but thought I would ask.
castiel... used to be my favorite charactor. along with bobby of course, but after seeing him kill balthazar. huff, lol anyone know of castiello the unexpected?
@puppybunny1 Don't worry, CW released this summary of season 7. "Sam and Dean reeled from the betrayal by their friend — and raced to stop the angel and demon before they opened that dangerous, otherworldly door. Now, in season seven, the Winchesters will find themselves in an increasingly sinister, changing landscape, up against a new foe unlike anything they’ve ever fought. They’ll find their old tricks, weapons and hiding places all rendered useless. All they’ll have is each other. And the certainty that, like the last of the cowboy outlaws, whatever they face, they’re not going down without a fight. The series stars Jared Padalecki as Sam Winchester, Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester and Misha Collins as Castiel."
I never claimed to be a 'fanatic'. I'm posting as a guest. I googled 'supernatural series finale' and this came up. It seems weird to tell everyone that this is the final season just to take it back later. Oh well, I am glad to hear it. I really like this show, and have been watching since the pilot. Hopefully the real series finale will be better.
I was not impressed with this season until the last few episodes. I'm a big fan of Castiel and agreed with Rachel's assessment of the relationship (very one-sided) the boys shared with him. In one of the first few episodes of the season Castiel said, "It's always about you," to Dean. It's true. Even when he's saving everyone's lives, Dean is still NOT thanking him but continuing to ask for favors. Dean lamented that Rufus was wrong to hold anything against Bobby because they were, in essence, brothers-in-arms, and should forgive each other anything. He didn't not follow this credo with Castiel. Castiel was used by Dean and stabbed in the back for his devotion. Whatever happens after that....Dean brought it on himself!
@Liz They haven't said it was the series finale in quite some time...maybe a real "fanatic" would have read up on that?
@ Liz. They are coming back next year. It was announced about a month ago. I agree - last year's finale would have been a spectacular way to go out. I did enjoy this season though. Looking forward to next.
Why is everyone saying that they wonder what will happen next? That was the SERIES finale. It's over. From the beginning of season 6 they said it would be the final season. Unless they change their minds, that was it. As interesting as that episode was, I think they had a much better finale last season. It wrapped up a lot of storylines while still hinting at what was to come. That would have been a better way to end such a wonderful show.
Only until the original GOD comes back in town.
I thought the show lost a little ground this season but that just brought it all back. Amazing the writers are genius
I love how they clean up the Lisa and Ben storyline.
I love the acting. Castiel, Sam, and Dean showed great emotions. Misha really showed angst. I thought that he wanted to cry. I hope that the absolute power doesn't corrupt him. This has a lot of Charmed aspects. So the rumors of Misha leaving the show is still in the air. I hope that someone should make a comment about it.
@kamja - I think the full extent of the scene will be explained next time around. For now, angel or God, Castiel has become extremely powerful and a force to be reckoned with. Yes, the way Dean tried to talk him down was great.
@james - I think there will always be someone or something attempting to have power. It's unfortunate but true. Hopefully the brothers will eventually be able to find a way to counterbalance and keep the side of good on the top.
im over all the power struggles, isnt there another way for all of us to live in peace without being slaves to someone else's vision of the world? if not kill me and may i never live again.
Why didn't we get it? Will it be on again next week in this area? Northern Illinois had the Cubs game on!
It was AMAZING!!! I just can' t handle the idea of Cas being the NEXT BIG BAD GUY!!! Oh My God!!! Or, shall I say, Oh My Cas?!?!?!
I have problem with interpreting the back stabbing scene. Just a coincidence or hello obvious?
And I really like the part in the end when Dean spoke to Castiel the way you speak to a crazy person who's about to detonate some bomb.
I feel somehow Sam now remembering hell will allow a way to disrupt Castiel's plans. that is the only reason i can see it surfacing here, well that and we all wanted to see what would happen when...
Yes, even as a woman, Raphael still, somehow managed to evoke a sense of power...color me shocked.
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