#2 â€“ Sam Winchester
I hear you all. â€œYou better have a damned good explanation for this one, Alice!â€ I do, and I think Iâ€™ve got a point. Weâ€™ll see how much of a good one.
Samâ€™s greatest enemy is himself. All it takes is a viewing of â€œWhen The Levee Breaksâ€ and â€œLucifer Risingâ€ to see that. Come to think of it â€œI Know What You Did Last Summerâ€ has some pretty good clues too. If Gordon Walker started the graying of the fine line, Sam pretty much obliterated it. Why Sam went that route though is the most intriguing part. Itâ€™s because he could no longer live with himself.
In seasons one and two, Dean plays the role of Samâ€™s center, the one that keeps him in check as things slowly spin out of control. Then Sam dies and comes back, and Azazel hints to Dean that Sam came back different. Of course he did. Thatâ€™s because Sam finally learns through Jake that showing mercy is only going to get him killed and maybe Dean too. He realizes when learning of Deanâ€™s demon deal that he canâ€™t rely on Dean to protect him anymore, and heâ€™s the one that will have to save his brother this time. Thatâ€™s why in season three Sam doesnâ€™t hesitate in killing Casey, the Crossroads Demon, Gordon and others. He has to go against that gentle nature of is. Itâ€™s a necessity.
#5 - The Trickster
I canâ€™t explain what The Trickster did for us in just two episodes, but he became iconic. Sure, the episodes were two of the more talked about ones but still, for someone with such a deadly sense of humor, he managed to win us over. Of course, it helps when that twisted sense of mischief comes with amusing Demi-God abilities and the same love of chocolate that appeals to us sometimes hormonally challenged female viewers. Move over Q from Star Trek:TNG, this Demi-God is more fun.
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