Okay! Outside, we see someone has spattered Metallicar with... er... white stuff. At first I thought a bird (or a flock) had a problem. It sort of looks like white paint. I think it's supposed to be shaving cream. Dean and Sam survey the damage. Dean walks around to Baby's driver's side, looks off across the parking lot and yells, "ASTRONAUT!" I am highly suggestible and have been walking around yelling out, "ASTRONAUT," here and there, whenever something annoys me. I think my family's going to lock me up. "ASTRONAUT!" Sam's already in the car by the time Dean gets in and slams the door. Sam's silent and preoccupied. Dean's still pissed. He asks Sam, "What?" Sam thought angels would be different -- righteous. Dean says, "Well, they are righteous. That's kind of the problem." That's quite astute. And not just for Dean. "There's nothing more dangerous than some a-hole who thinks he's on a holy mission." True, but the election has passed. Let's let sleeping dogs lie. Sam's issues run more deeply than that -- they're personal. "This is God and Heaven? This is what I've been praying to?" Dean tries to encourage Sam in his faith. There's a sentence none of us ever expected to read in a Supernatural recap. Honestly, even I'm not sure how it got there. Anyhow, Dean says that just because there are a couple of bad apples -- that doesn't mean the whole barrel is rotten. "For all we know, God hates those jerks. Don't give up on that stuff is all I'm saying. Babe Ruth was a dick, but baseball is still a beautiful game." My husband snaps, "Babe Ruth had his issues, but he wasn't a dick. Ty Cobb was a dick. Baseball is a beautiful game." Thanks, babe. I'm glad that's all cleared up.
Episode Report CardCindy McLennan: B | 1691 USERS: B
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