It's back! My life is now in order.. I am sane again. There is a beam of sunshine through the clouds. Thank the lord!
7.16 Out With the Old is written by Jenny Klein and Robert Singer, directed by John F. Showalter. Honestly, I thought this episode was going to be a funny filler based on the stuff I read online including the photos. But I totally wasn't prepared for the gore. The Tchaikovsky stuff and that shot of the ballerina lying dead in blood really gave me goosebumps. I love the return of the curse objects, but obviously the rabbit's foot was a lot funnier.
|I swear that's a Mac. That's a really nice coffee shop by the way.|
Before anyone said anything about the Dick plan has been a bit choppy in season seven. I think that's the whole point. Just when you think this story or this town has nothing to do with the Leviathans, you're wrong. Integration is the point. Your dentist could be a Leviathan, your butcher could be a Leviathan, your boss could be a Leviathan, your dog could be a Leviathan. It's the Winchester versus the world. There is no place to hide.
Let's touch Sam. I am glad Sam told Dean about Lucifer's singing Stairway to Heaven to him. We are way pass the keeping secret stuff. Poor Sammy, Lucifer is driving him crazy, he won't shut up, he keeps singing to him (that can't be good if Luci's singing is as bad as Sam!). We know this insanity will drive Sam to break (see next week's trailer). But at least we know Sam is aware that Luci is an illusion.
My silent is your cue... What do you think about this week's episode?
My apology for a short review as I have a suit case to pack. Once this week is over, I will be free again.