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Here's another shot where body language tells the story. Lisa's very slouchy and doesn't look like she really wants to be going over this yet again, but Dean is so earnest about making sure she can protect herself and Ben that she does it anyway for his sake. It's all for Dean's peace of mind here. And yeah, he's still going to worry because he's Dean and that's what he does. But you know he would never, ever leave if he didn't think Lisa could handle things in his absence.
Is this where anyone thought the Winchesters would be, in a supermarket with a baby? I'm glad it happened, though, because hilarity ensued. It's impossible to show in one cap, but when the baby turns its head towards him, Jensen does the most amazing startle reaction. It made me laugh and laugh.
What a picturesque setting. I adore old, slightly falling apart buildings like this one. There's something so beautiful and melancholy about them, like all the sad things that happened in that building are expressed through a rusted roof and warped wood. Also, holy awesome cars, Batman! That never hurts!
Dean's magic-finger obsession has returned! This was a really fun callback. But the real reason I want to talk about this image is the label on the magic fingers box. If you look real close (and magnify the image, heh) at the bottom of the label, it says "home units available." Dean must not look at that thing too closely because if he did, he surely would have one of those things in his house.
Here's a great shot of the Campbell compound. It looks like it's in the middle of nowhere and is on a farm. And with the sunset in the background, I'm sure this is the prettiest it's going to get, judging from the way the inside looks.
Forgive me, but this scene in the panic room had a lot of awesome things happening, so the next four images come from that scene. I really enjoyed it! Now, overall, this panic room is lame when compared to Bobby's, but the porthole instead of the door slit is pretty cool. So here is the fantastic jump-scare when the alpha shapeshifter pops up in the door porthole as Sam. My theory on why the alpha decided to shift into people it was fighting against was to show its dominance. I mean, it knew the hunters would know what it was, so why not take one of their shapes just to mess with their heads? "I'm going to do some bad things dressed up as you, and there's nothing you can do to stop me." Psychological warfare at its best.