Once again I went to my trusty Tupperware container and pulled out four more episode titles and put my thoughts on each. What are your thoughts on the following episodes? Is it a scene, a moment, a line or song? And why? It is your favourite or is it the emotional impact it has on you? Maybe it simply makes you laugh or hide under the covers.     

Faith


I just loved this episode. This one had so many great moments. Sam's call to his father. How Sam hovers over Dean, helping him walk to the chair of the motel room when Dean first left the hospital. And when Sam helps Dean out of the car and when finding a seat in Roy's healing tent. I loved the Don't Fear the Reaper montage. And Dean and Layla's talk at the end.


But the one that stood out for me was when Dean was talking to Roy after being healed.

Dean: Can I ask you one last question?
Roy: Of course you can.  
Dean:  Why? Why me? Out of all the sick people, why save me?
Roy:  Well, like I said before, the Lord guides me. I looked into your heart and you just stood out from all the rest.
Dean: What did you see in my heart?
Roy: A young man with an important purpose. A job to do and it isn't finished.  

The Kids Are Alright

For this one it is when Dean is at the birthday party and is noticing the similarities between himself and Ben. He starts calculating the time frame between his last encounter with Lisa and Ben's age. Dean's reaction and expression cracked me up.  


Free To Be You And Me



The first thing I always think of is the opening montage to Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Simple Man," showing the parallel moments between Sam and Dean while apart. I thought it was beautifully filmed but it also left me with a heavy heart as it confirmed that they really had gone their separate ways.  

Family Matters


With this episode the scene I always think of first, is opening scene when Sam comes too tied to a chair after his beating from Dean. Where he is confronted with a very hostile Dean and a curious Castiel. After getting the "Angel Cavity Search" to find out he was soulless, he looked so helpless with his patent puppy dog eyes. All I could see was the old Sam and I have to admit it was the first time that season I actually felt sorry for him.  

So what's your scene for each of these episodes?