I'm in Taho. It's cold. It's also without internet unless I steal my mom's laptop and feel like my privacy will intact while using it because idk, I'm rather paranoid with using other people's things to get on my LJ. I'm afraid they're going to learn about the porn or something. Anyways, the point of this is simply to get some feedback on the latest SPN episode that I was unable to watch last night. I'm not going to be able to watch it untill Monday at the earliest and I'm wondering if that's a good thing? From what I've already read about it, it seems to be.
Fandom really seems devided on this one but that's nothing really new right? From what I see of my F!List one side is all OMG IT WAS FLAWLESS/FAB/I WANT TO HAVE IT'S BABBEHS and the other side is all RAGE OMG RAGE I HATE YOU SHOW RAGE MOAR. Now from what I gather, while I watch, I should just not care about characterization, canon, characters that I love, pretty much anything that makes sense and basically everything else that I hold standards for the things I watch because if I do that I should be golden, right? That seems to be the thing to do to be able to enjoy Supernatural these days anyways, I'd love to be one of those peeps who can just go "OOC? LOLOL OH SHOW ILU" I'm not mocking, srsly, I want to be able to do that. I'm going to try for this one, perhaps, come Monday, I'll be able to enjoy watching it instead of feeling like I'm being trolled constantly by Sera. Or maybe I should just only be excited for the Ben Edlund episodes and 'eh' about all these random nobody writers and Gamble. But I've never really cared for those episodes anyways. I'm really hoping the US verson of Being Human fails so we can get Jeremey Carver back and some quality writing along with it.
Whatever, I live in fandom more then canon these days anyways. I only really watch the show now just so I get to see my pretty boys act.
So feel free to tell me anything you like about the latest episode in my comment section I'd like to know what I'm geting into before I actually get into it.