Dear writers of Supernatural I know GoT is huuge and many of you may aspire to be liek Georeg RR Martin but... YOU DO NOT KILL DEATH!!...especially after u killed off lovable Charlie just 2 episodes ago... .... Don't try Valar Morghulis please...
First of all I strongly doubt death is dead, The guy probably created 'Death' duh . But the 10th season was pretty intense, although some don't think so which I could agree, This isn't one of Supernaturals Greatest seasons, But so weirdly in my mind I was expecting someone extremely strong come out at the end when Sam and Dean got taken in the darkness, I pictured a Godlike figure (Maybe Archangel/Or GOD Himself) come outta no where and jump in front of the darkness and create a magical shield, and leave right there on a Cliffhanger.. Haha I don't know, It's probably just me but I wouldn't mind a CliffHanger like that lmao. :)
I like your idea of "something" emerging out of the darkness - great concept. Remember the darkness from the season 10 finale. If season 11 is as unpredictable and poorly written add on terrible pacing of episodes we might not see The Darkness again until episode 21, 22 or the Season 11 finale. Carver has this way of getting people excited with the season finale and then the next season starts and you wait and you wait and it was all just hype, mostly. Carver is a great writer, I wish he wrote more episodes but I guess we will be at the mercy of Klein, Glass, Ross-Leming, Buckner, Chameleo, Snyder who write some of the worst episodes. Dabb, Thompson, Berens, and Carver are about the only good writers the show has. What's up with that? Could we please get Raelle Tucker back now that True Blood is over and how about John Shiban. Wouldn't it be great if Ben Edlund and David Nutter returned? Even if Kripke got a little involved. I doubt any of this because Edlund is writing for Gotham, Nutter is directing Game of Thrones and I'm not sure what project Kripke is working on. I just hope he never partners up with JJ Abrams again who I believe killed Revolution. Anyway, great idea.
One reason why I keep watching Supernatural despite the repeated story of Dean going someplace ( Hell, or Purgatory) or Sam ending up in Critical care Unit is that the story introduces new well written characters. However the finale did seem tad rushed and inconsistent with Oscar and Unnecessary fight and Killing off Friggin' Death with a different Death's Scythe than the one from Season 5. I thought Dean may talk Death into putting him in Purgatory like it was hinted in ep 19 this season. After the Angel fall where i expected major destruction if this new 'Darkness turns to be a dud then we might as well accept that the only major genocidal villain in Supernatural was Lucifer, which would be redundant since Darkness required God and Archangels to be put down.
I'm thinking this some creepy Stepford wife body double type thing going on. Clones and government conspiracies are afoot.
This show reminds me of a show NBC did a while back called Persons Unknown. I'm more scared of Nurse Pam than I was of Nurse Ratchet.
Carissa, Hey Girl...im looking forward most to watch 'scream Queens' on fox and 'Scream' on MTV, plus new season of Hannibal...plus Blindspot on NBC...plus give me some "pretty little liars"...Aquarius on NBC...
after Allison died you just know things will get really bad...so yeah you wonder what is the point of hoping for a happy ending when there are no guarantees...
They try to make her tough and independent, but she comes across spoiled and annoying. Plus, her face always looks constipated.
Yes I was shocked and I cried when Derek died. But it made sense for Meredith to leave, she had to mourn, she had to look after herself and her children and I was absolutely thrilled that Derek and her were able to have another baby Ellis Shepherd. Yes we needed to year jump and it maybe too soon but I hope Meredith finds love again, because Derek would want her to move on with a new man.
Apparently Commissioner Reagan and the lesbian nun forgot about the Lord's words that a man will leave his father and mother to cling to his wife. It is a myth that the Church is anti-gay. The Church considers any sex outside of marriage a sin. Blue Bloods has generally portrayed people of faith in a good light, hopefully this episode is an isolated incident.
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