Outside, Sam walks through rows of wrecks, shouting Bobby's name. He walks right past the wreck (which is up on a lift, or atop another wreck or something) containing Bobby and the Shining Twins. One of them has her little hand over Bobby's mouth and he is terrified. My phone rings, but I check the caller I.D. this time, and let it go. I'm going to have to change my number, aren't I? Inside, Dean walks through an upstairs hallway, and let me tell you, this is quite the house. He's in front of the beautiful stained glass windows. He calls out for Bobby and two doors slam shut, while a third opens. Gun at the ready, Dean says, "Come out, come out, whoever you are," and his breath is like smoke. He straightens up as a figure fades in behind him. It's Meg, whom we knew to expect from the THEN clips which completely threw off my recapping timetable. Her hair is about shoulder length now and back to a more natural color, which makes no sense, because she still had the short blonde hair when she died. And don't give me that 'hair and nails grow after death' crap. I Snopesed my own aunt on a political (lying!) e-mail she sent me this week, so I'll certainly Snopes you. "Dean Winchester, still so bossy." Oh oh, Meg. You just lost every Dean-Girl who once thought you were the only one (or one of two, if we count Ellen) female characters to share a screen with Dean who didn't deserve a grisly death, or in your case, the grisly death you got. "You don't recognize me?" Dean has a black and white (well actually, sort of blue) memory of Meg in all her short-haired glory. Ghost!Meg says, "This is what I looked like before that demon cut off my hair and dressed me like a slut." I'm not buying it, Kripke. Everyone else has their death clothes on, and Meg's shirt is dirty, too. Dean remembers more clips of Meg including the ones covered in the THEN, so please don't make me type them again. He finally says, "Meg?" She smiles. "Hi" and we go to commercial which gives me a moment to complain. They did this back-asswards. Henrickson was more significant to Dean and Meg was more significant to Sam. The confrontations should have been in the opposite order. Oh my, look at the time. Complaint over.
Episode Report CardCindy McLennan: A- | 2662 USERS: B
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