Supernatural’s “A Most Holy Man” was a sneaky episode. I didn’t really enjoy it at first. By the half way point, I was rather confused. By the end, though, I loved it. It snuck up on me! Most of my comments during the live watch related to the classic movies it seemed to be copying.
THEN: Mary says, "I love you" to her boys, then fights Lucifer. There are images of Alt World and a summary of the ingredients for the spell needed to open a rift. If they can gather those things, they can "bring everybody home."
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Thoughts on Supernatural 13.14: “Good Intentions”
“Good Intentions” was a rock solid episode in nearly every respect. This was quick paced, emotionally catching, character motivated, action based and plot-driving. And let’s not overlook the beautiful visuals that we are offered in Apocalypse Universe either! Where to even begin when talking about this one?
NOW - It's dark and we hear echoing voices. Jack is asleep on a pillow in a bedroom in the bunker. He sits up as he hears Sam and Dean discussing how happy they are now that Jack and Mary are safely back. Jack smiles, but suddenly an alarm goes off and the sinister red warning light suffuses the bunker. Jack runs to the hallway which is beginning to fill with smoke. He hears Sam and Dean calling for help from behind a locked door. Flames lick under the door as their voices become more panic-stricken, begging him to rescue them. Jack tries desperately to open the door with his power, but he can't!
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