So Dean is on a bender, which is never a good thing because when Dean gets drunk he gets all self-loathing and pitying. And I like good time Dean; the one who loves pie and just wants to get laid while making random pop culture references.
And Sam… Sam is all shiny and new and handling the whole hell thing extremely well. Which is creeping me out. I’m sure this is not going to last long, but for now, Sam is jogging and I mean honestly, than man doesn’t need to jog. Have you seen him without a shirt?
Anyway Sam and Dean are on a case per usual. This one involves a lady whose brain got fried by one of those hair dryers at a salon and a guy who got shot by a nail gun in a port-a-potty when there was absolutely no way for the nail gun to get plugged in. Oh, and the port-a-potty was owned by “BM disposals,” anyone else see the humor in this. Come on, I can’t be the only one.
Anyway, turns out it’s witch who was extremely pissed off at her husband for cheating on her and was out to destroy anyone that her husband comes into contact with. (The woman who fried, ya, that’s the woman he cheated on her with.)
Oh, by the way, did I mention Leviathan is on the brother’s trail the whole time?
Dean calls Bobby, gets some magic hoodoo spell to destroy the witches only now it’s not just the woman who is causing havoc, the husband is equally as pissed. He ruined her art exhibit, knocked off her best friends head with a silver platter, and oh, it is on!
The husband and wife witch duo meet up at the husbands house, Sam and Dean bust in try the spell, and it doesn’t work. Crap. Cue Sam and Dean getting smacked around a bunch while the couple is arguing. Sam mediates, the couple makes up. Awe, but if it was me, I wouldn’t have made up with that man. You cheat on me, I chop your nuts off. Just saying it was a little to cut and dry for my liking.
Anyway, the boys go back to their motel, and hello Leviathan who makes threats to kill them when the husband witch guy comes in and knocks the Leviathan dude out. Turns out the witchy wife was trying to kill the boys because in all fairness “they tried to kill her first” and the witchy husband came to stop it.
The boys lock knocked out Leviathan guy in the Impala Sam once again asks WTF is going on with Dean, Dean says it’s his thing to feel guilty about everything. Again, I miss happy time Dean.
Jenny: “There were tiny beating hearts in my cupcakes. There were hearts in my cupcakes. Hearts in my cupcakes. That’s never happened before, hearts in my cupcakes!”
Dean: “Shall I slug her?”
Sam: “Give it a second.”
Dean: “Okay, uh, obviously you two are capable of wiping each other out. Right? But you haven’t, huh? Which means that you two… you still value whatever it is you got. And–and you want to keep that dance going. Maybe it’s punishment, maybe it’s sick, messed-up, erotic, kinky, clamps-and-feathers kind of love…”
Sam: “Okay, okay, that’s–that’s going way too deep there, cowboy.”
Dean: “Sam, I am so very, very, very, very, very, very tired.”
Sam: “Dean, like it or not, the stuff you don’t talk about doesn’t just go away. It build up. Like whatever’s eating at you right now…”
Dean: “There’s always something eating at me. That’s who I am. Something happens, I feel responsible. All right, uh, the Lindbergh Baby–that’s on me. Unemployment–my bad.”
Overall Grade: B. Liked the episode and James Marsters and Charisma Carpenter as the witch couple just made the “Buffy” fan in me extremely happy. I really hope they bring them back in the future when the whole Leviathan thing gets out of hand, as it will inevitably do… I mean, this is “Supernatural.”
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Next new episode of Supernatural airs October 28th at 9pm EST on The CW