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By John Keegan
Actually, the first three acts of the episode were a logical extension of the previous episode. As obvious as it was, I never picked up on the idea that Meg was actually a human being possessed by a demon. Just that little piece of information is enough to make sense of some of the season arc elements. It also points to the most obvious direction for a final confrontation.
Like the previous episode, Meg wasn’t nearly as annoying as she’s been in the past. The exorcism scene was a nice touch, because it allowed Dean to show the darker side of his personality. Dean is right to be concerned about his lack of remorse for causing the deaths of human beings. He was already seeing himself above and beyond normal human society, and this would be a big step towards becoming the very thing he hunts.
- Triumph – Fight the Good Fight
- Joe Walsh – Turn to Stone
- Creedence Clearwater Revival – Bad Moon Rising
On a mission to save their father (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) from Meg (guest star Nicki Aycox), Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) seek help from an old family friend, Bobby (guest star Jim Beaver). When Meg shows up on Bobby’s doorstep, the brothers lure her into a trap and exorcise the demon from her body after learning where John is being held prisoner. While trying to rescue John, the demon shows up and a full battle ensues between the Winchesters and the demon they have been searching for all their lives.… Read More
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