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I’m going on record right now as to calling our bad gal, aka Abaddon(Alaina Huffman), a super sexy bad girl and Ezekiel, an uber sexy good angel! Course Zeke hanging out in Sam’s(Jared Padalecki) body helps just a tad! With that thought, Crowley continues his nastiness from season eight. In spite of his ‘humanness’ crying out to be loved, I suspect our fun loving, teasing Crowley is gone forever. Crowley all tied up, beaten and attempting to deal with the Winchesters mirrors ‘The Blacklist’, a new tv series. Andrew Dabb wrote “Devil May Care” and fan favorite Guy Norman Bee directed the episode. And who else is loving all the back stories from the hunters’ lives? So the question is: DOES the devil care? Let’s talk….

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Many noticed Crowley(Mark Sheppard) losing his accent in “I Think I like it Here”. Crowley’s roots are in Scotland so that question is up for answering! Loving how Sam and Dean ‘Hannibal Lector’ Crowley down to the basement(with all due respect of course!). Warning Kevin(Osric Chau) against even speaking with Crowley was a lesson learned the hard way. Any and everything that Crowley could use against Kevin, he used. The hope of Mama Tran still being alive was almost too much tease for poor, bunker confined Kev.

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No one can take Bobby’s place but Kevin absolutely did his nerd magic when called upon! “Kevin Solo” at your service, sir yes sir! A perfect, sweet scene for geeky still fairly innocent Kevin. The pitiful prophet seems to have reached his locked up limit. I hope that Dean’s(Jensen Ackles) impassioned ‘we’re family’ was heart felt enough to keep ol’ Kevin from bolting again. Kevin, like Sam and Dean, has sacrificed everything for the good of mankind. He and the Winchesters ARE family.

Abaddon, who hates this little family, kicks butt and takes no names, officially making her quite the adversary for the Winchesters. As a “knight of hell”, she’s smart, and wiley, very wiley. Using military meatsuits almost ensures a victory over the hunters: automatic rifles, military training and Kevlar which saves her pretty bacon. Also being a warrior from hell, Abaddon appears to be quite the strategizer which will force the Winchesters into a more chess-like cat and mouse game of hunting and of being hunted.

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One of the best scenes ever with Dean and any female happens between he and Abaddon. Is it because Dean is just so darn sexy, or because tough guy Dean is kinda irresistible or could it be… This list goes on forever. Bad boy Dean exudes major bad boyness, no, manliness: the girls want him and the boys want to be him. Yep….

And Sam, what to say about our Sam. He’s better than he’s been in a long time from the beginning to the end of this fight. Ezekiel(Tahmoh Penikett) is obviously healing him on the inside. He appears stronger than he’s been for a long time now. Ezekiel’s protecting Sam when Sam should’ve been killed was outstanding. Not only does Sam have Dean’s protection but he’s got Zeke, feather light and weak but still powerful. Without Zeke’s angel juju, this battle would’ve been the end for both Sam and Dean. So another angel rescue saves the day.

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In my opinion, Ezekiel is exactly what he says he is: an angel who takes his mission of protecting humans very seriously. Just for this arc, I think the Winchesters need a ‘Zeke’ while Castiel flounders around as a human. Both stories have great potential. So my question to you is this: do you believe that Zeke possessing Sam, will end well? Or do you envision those rainbows and unicorns that follow the Winchesters? All thoughts are good and welcome!

How do you all feel about Dean trusting Ezekiel? Can he or should he? I love Dean’s angst of being truthful to Zeke/Sam. Dean’s discomfort was obvious and he actually showed some fear after Zeke blew the demons up. Not trusting is Dean’s middle name so this interaction will be interesting!

When lying to Sam before, Dean felt validated. Now, after being in his head, knowing Sam’s willingness to let go of his soul, Dean will feel a different weight than ever before. Sam is being healed, possessed and saved because Dean couldn’t, wouldn’t let him go. Like Dean said, “There ain’t no me if there ain’t no you!”  And that is the beauty of the Winchester chronicles. We can all relate to that love, which Dean “doesn’t do”. Til Tuesday, stay supernatural!

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