A special episode for me, as it is the one I watched in Los Angeles while attending the Convention there. The only one I could watch live and in synch with you yanks, which was great! Who knows when I will be able to do that again.
Apart from that it's heartbreaking, a glimpse at Bobby's life. He loved his wife, he is not only a surrogate father to the guys, he is also a man. Personally, I loved this view at his love story. We don't find that often when it comes to middle aged people.
Well, ahem, the local sheriff knows Bobby Singer.. So much for your cover, guys.
Dark Side of The Moon (5.16)
*Heaven, I'm in Heaven, and my heart beats to that I can hardly speak.* Oh, wrong movie. Would my personal heaven involve Fred Astaire? I doubt it.
This episode, however, is another one that loves to put my heart through an ordeal I hate to admit. There are again so many moments that are out there to move us to the core. So many layers. So many emotions.
Favourite scene: Dean sharing one happily sad moment with Mom
99 Problems (5.17)
Religious fanatics come in all colours and shades, really. It's always creepy to watch how desperate people are ready to believe just about anything.
The brothers get to make the experience of having backup. Doesn't help much, though. Dean is pushed more and more to saying yes. Sam can't help him, yet.
I have two favourite moments here:
Drunken Cas who found a liquor store and drank it!
Dean visiting Lisa to say goodbye. And he freaks her out big time.
'I wanted you to know, that when I picture myself happy, it's with you. And the kid.' Sniff.
Point of No Return (5.18)
One Hundred Episodes. How proud am I of this show. Great, great job, folks! And this episode is by all means a worthy one..
Sam is the one fighting for hope and trying to convince everyone (and himself) that they stand a chance. For a while it seems as if he doesn't reach his brother, but , he does. In the end, when everything seems forlorn, Dean remembers how he doesn't want to let his brother down and goes for a courageous move: he says yes, but it is a lie , he kills Zachariah and betrays descending Michael who, unfortunately, then takes Adam.