I hate Zachariah and the angels' manipulation of the Winchesters, that smug conviction that the boys are just tools to be used then thrown aside once they're finished.
So many questions - and that threat at the end was shiver-worthy. Because we all know how focussed on revenge that Sam can get. Look what happened last time.
Playing on Sam's guilt - on either Winchester's guilt, actually - is something that the angels and demons alike hone in on very well - and it tends to work at times, too. Especially with Sam.
I'm worried now, what that little talk will do to a mind already off-balance by the withdrawal.
And was Zachariah really there, or was Sam merely hallucinating again? Just because there was broken glass, didn't mean he didn't just throw it at the hallucination.....
And if he was real, how did he know where to find Sam? Just how many spies does he have out there? And how much is Sam in danger from being found and used as a pawn to force Dean into saying yes to Michael?
The awkward moments between the boys at the end was so painful. Neither knowing quite what to say, and Sam with the added burden of Zachariah's guilt trip.
Scary one, Jacq.
Scary indeed, even gave me the shivers and I wrote it!
I still think Sam will be hunted by Angels as well as Demons, and Zachariah is so certain he knows the future, but I think he bases what he believes on his own personal bitterness and has lost the faith that Castiel still has.
Sam, and Dean, need to remember that some Angels lie as much as the Demons do.
How did they know how to find Sam/Dean?
Where Bobby lives wouldn't be a secret, and they would only need to keep a watch there, knowing how close the boys are to him, and the Panic room was only designed to keep evil out. Wasn't it?
And was Zachariah really there? The answer to that is...with Mr Kripke maybe??
Thank you so much Jules for taking the time to write your thoughts on this script/tag.
We had the last sprinkling of snow March 1st, now its very springlike wiith many of our spring flowers starting to come out.