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01 November 2010 @ 05:40 am
THIS IS A MEGA!POST YOU BETTER RESPECT  
WHAT THIS MEGA!POST INCLUDES:

-BULLET LISTS LIKE THIS
-USUAL NONSENSE RAMBLINGS
-SPOILERS FOR 6.06 AND 6.05
-SEXUAL INNUENDOS
-ME PUTTING MY FOOT IN MY MOUTH
-HALLOWEEN PICS
-ME YELLING. SOMETIMES AT YOU OR THE UNIVERSE IN GENERAL
-CAPS (DUH)
-NO STRUCTURE OR REASON WHAT SO EVER

I'M ALMOST CERTAIN YOU WILL WONDER WHERE I GET MY TRAIN OF THOUGHT BECAUSE I WAS THINKING THE SAME EVEN AS I WROTE THIS. BRING IT.

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I can finally check off another one of my 'Things I Severely Dislike (I should just say hate by now shouldn't I?) About This Season' list!

- The Charger (I have that car, it sucks for a reason)
- Lisa and everything related to Dean's suburban life
- The Campbells (Sampa was growing on me there but then he said The Line In Which Get's One BitchSlapped)
- Sam and Dean being Dean and Sam <---- LETS WORK ON THIS ONE NOW, YES?
- THE LACK OF CLASSIC ROCK MUSIC <----- I'M GOING TO RANT MORE ABOUT THIS. I'M PISSED. REALLY, REALLY PISSED. I HAVE TO GET MY FIX OF CLASSIC ROCK MUSIC SOUNDTRACKING THE ADVENTURES OF TWO BROTHERLY TEXANS DRIVING IN A CLASSIC MUSCLE CAR FIGHTING EVIL FROM THE GOOD GUYS. WHILE IT'S AWESOME IT'S NOT THE SAME. FIX IT SERA. FIX IT NOW.

ON 6.06 AND THE DEAN/CASTIEL SCENE WHERE DEAN ACTED JUST SLIGHTLY PISSY MUCH, YEAH?

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IF YOU LIKED IT DEAN YOU SHOULD HAVE PUT A RING ON IT.

DON'T GET ALL BITCHY THAT CAS GOT OVER YOUR FINE ASS WHILE YOU CONTINUED TO BE SO INDECISIVE. JUST APOLOGIZE FOR NOT HAVING THE TIME (OR BALLS) TO PROPOSE TO CAS OVER A BASEBALL GAME BIG=SCREEN LIKE YOU INTENDED BECAUSE YOU WERE TOO BUSY FIGHTING THE DEVIL AND THEN SLAP SOME COLD METAL ON THOSE SEXY FINGERS. YOU BETTER HURRY BEFORE BALTHAZAR GETS TO IT FIRST. (NGL BATHY LOOKS LIKE THE TYPE TO PARADE AROUND A TROPHY-HUSBAND-ANGEL AT HIS DISCO SHINDIGS) 

Who am I kidding...Dean's cheap ass would most likely propose in one of their tacky motels or the parking lot outside. He just better get on a bended knee like how it's done right. And then he can do some other stuff while he's down there. c;

And because this gives me the excuse to use one of my favorite gifs!

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To be honest in some alternate universe where Dean does purpose to Cas (oh, why can't we live in that universe? :cries:) this is exactly how I see it happening. Dean: "Uh, oh hey Cas you, uh, wanna get hitched?" Cas: :nods enthusiastically: -PAUSE- Cas: "Oh, you meant marriage. Yes, that too."

:whistles: Wow, I'm just throwing out the double entendre tonight.

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PLEASE DON'T GO BUFFY. (because the guy who's holding Sam up and called him his "perfect monster" is assumedly the Alpha!Vamp from Dean's vision and that means more fangs) One ep about them is A-Okay but no more vamps please I just wont be able to take them over-running what has become my pop-culture haven, Supernatural. (no, I'm not dissing on things like Twilight or True Blood or Buffy, it's just not my thing and it never has been) Even though they're really gross pedos that get their heads chopped off, just.. no resemblance to that stuff okay? Let the line between SPN and Buffy continue to be clear. If you're wondering I've heard a couple comparisons to Buffy from the direction SPN is going and in a world where everything supernatural-esq is compared to Buffy or tries to be like it, I've felt like Supernatural was something different. I wince physically at the term 'teen-drama' latching itself into the show. Please, please, please don't give anyone the justification to call it that even though there have been some instances where it might apply once or twice but mostly in the first season where that's where they thought the audience was. This all could just be from an incident were me and my mom watched Live Free and Twihard together and she was not impressed. Granted it was hardly an impressive episode (although I think she caught on to Jensen's sexual appeal and laughed at all the jokes on Twilight and the like) but she was like expecting them to really tear into it or something, she was expecting more parody less...what it was. So was I but afterward she complained about how it wasn't funny enough and I told her that well, it wasn't supposed to be a funny episode. Supernatural isn't a comedy, it's a drama and you need to fit enough story into only 40 something minutes to combine a compelling 22 episode story arc. This isn't SG1 mom, the characters actually have to develop, drastically in a very short time. (I like SG1 too if you're wondering but it's a show not exactly known for it's character development, not on the level Supernatural is. Sidenote: SG1 is my mom's current fandom. Yes, my mother is in a fandom. Oh and she has an LJ account as well, years before I had. She writes slash too but not for SG1 and this is all information for another story) So I tried to explain to her that even though it wasn't what I expected either (and not really the type of episode I would normally defend but I felt like I needed to defend the show in general) that the episode did what it needed to do and hit the bullet points that where required of it. * Introduce a new alpha and it's possible mission/ introduce a new threat * Show that monsters are taking orders now while previously they didn't * Build a debilitating rift in Dean and Lisa's relationship (this was important because they needed to show how much of a drastic threat Dean is to Lisa and Ben but they very well couldn't have had Dean be violent to them on his own because that would be incredibly out of character so they needed to put him into a position where that would come to pass. Vamp!Dean on an empty stomach facilitated that need even if the scene felt a bit hypocritical. I thought we were meant to show how Vampires aren't exciting sensual creatures who girls want to bone) * Have Sam do something so incredibly WTF and put his brother at risk so that we cry in our sleep * Show that even Sampa is becoming suspicious of Sam * Have Dean then find out that OMG HOLYSHITBBQ HIS BRO IS NOT RITE * Cut off some vamp's heads And all that needed to be in the episode, the writers just used poking fun at the Vampire craze as a blue print for all of it, not the focus. So that didn't go well because you know what my mom said in response? "YEAH, WELL THEY COULD OF HAVE HAD ALL OF THAT AND STILL MADE A BETTER EPISODE. BUFFY HAD PARODY EPISODES ALL THE TIME."

facepalm,wtf,headdesk,verb

Oh and yeah, once upon a time my mom watched Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, she even made me watch the movie way back when. And yet she has the pompous righteousness to upturn her nose every time I talk about watching Supernatural. Seriously. I'm not saying one's better then the other, they're just not the same and my mom thinks so very little of Supernatural which is so very hypocritical of her with the type of crap we watch together. ARG. If you're new to this you might need to know I have an issue with my mom involving the show. We watch everything together, everything...but Supernatural. It is literally the only show I watch on my own which is kind of lonely when you've grown up sharing the experience of flailing around with someone about entertainment ever since you where little. And this just so happens to be my favorite Television show ever and that fucking beats the original A-Team tv show! For five years, five years, I've been hassling her to watch it with me and for five years she's scoffed at it. I think she's actually gotten better at it as time has gone on.

Okay. I'm done. I'm shutting up about that now. Moving on,

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I've heard an incredibly awesome theory that the man in the promo that looks just like the man from the vision Dean had isn't actually the alpha!Vamp like we had thought/ was insinuated but that he is actually the angel who came down to earth and created monsters to begin with. THE ALPHA!ALPHA !!

I LIKE THIS THEORY LOTS LOTS! I PRAY TO GOD (SLIGHTLY SACRILEGIOUS) THAT IT'S TRUE.

Even thought at the same time it sounds an awful lot like Lucifer using his army of demons to rage war against humanity or YED finding his 'children' to fight in said war. IDK, it's just a lot of plot recycling going on that's bothersome.

Also, to add to this theory, what if all these 'alphas' that we have seen..okay that one alpha we saw, the shapeshifter one is really just one guy. This main alpha dood being the alpha - and okay I've said 'alpha' too many times now it's bugging me, I've going to switch to and from that and daddy or other fatherly titles - of every monster we know! AND. It would explain why it was a different way he turned into people, a way that was similar to how we've seen Gabriel turn between to, because if he was a powerful angel he would be able to do stuff like that easy peasy. It'd be a part of his power. That would tie the monster mythology part of the show and the angel mythology part of the show up in a neat little bow.

Time will tell but so far I like this theory far more then any other I've hear so far.

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Anyone else kind of pissed that you can just kill demons by finding their original bones now? Sure it's a lot harder then looking in the local obituary but still, it feels like cheating. Remember when it was like KILLING A DEMON OMG NO WAI GET TAH COLT! And now we've seen, I think, four - five different ways of killing them now. Now it's like, DEMONS NO BIGGY, DON'T NEED TAH COLT JUST NEED TO MACGYVER A NEAT LOOKING FIRE-HOSE HERE FOR EFFECT. But this just proves how awesome Bobby is though. The Campbells didn't have the smarts to figure that out like Bobby did and they've been around for a supposedly :insert one handed air quotes here: long time. Sampa even said himself KILLING A DEMON NO WAI YOU CRAZY GUUURRL. Now Bobby's all BITCH PLZ CRAM YOUR CAMPBELLS SOUP VAMP CURE DOWN YUR PIE HOLE I FIGURED OT HOW TO KILL DEMONS AND THE NAME'S CALLED WINCHESTER. :pause for effect: BITCH.

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So, in a spoiler from Asylum 5 courtesy of Misha ~#*LOOK AWAY SPOILER*#~ Misha said that they are going to break the fourth wall again and not just jump the shark again this season, they're going to do somersaults over it. All I can ask is HOW!? I thought What is there to be done that hasn't been done before in this show? You've already canonized the Show and it's reputation (both production and fan) as a series of books that is not just another 'thang' but actually a huge part of the plot, made your writers characters, made your fans characters made your fictional characters fictional characters. Canonized fanservice, fangirls, slash, conventions (LA)RPing, uncomfortable convention questions, cosplay, fanfiction, the fact that you shoot in Canada but make it look like America, the actor's habits and characteristics (Jensen plays golf, Jared farts), admitted to your weak episodes and cliche symmetry and even had thinly veiled potshots at the CW and entertainment President (what's her name) and the production restrictions. :deep breaths: THERE IS NO FOURTH WALL ANYMORE. I DON'T BELIEVE THE FORTH WALL EVER EXISTED IN THE FIRST PLACE WITH THIS SHOW.

But then I had a thought.

WHAT IF THEY'RE GOING TO MAKE SAM, DEAN AND CASTIEL MEET JARED, JENSEN AND MISHA. O___________O

THEY WOULD DO IT TOO. THEY WOULDN'T HESITATE THE INSANE BASTARDS HAVE NO SUCH THING AS RESTRICTIONS.
BUT THINK OF IT THIS WAY: THE WINCHESTER GOSPEL GETS PICKED UP AS A MOVIE (PLEASE BE IT A MOVIE AND NOT A TV SHOW BECAUSE I DON'T THINK I'LL BE ABLE TO TAKE IT THAT FAR) AND DON'T TELL ME YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY READ THAT PLOT IN A FIC ONCE. ANYWAYS, IT PICKED UP AS A MOVIE AND IS CAST AND LO AND BEHOLD RPS IS CANONIZED.

I DON'T KNOW WHETHER TO BARF OR IDK. THIS IS JUST A THEORY BUT... I WAS MUTTERING TO MYSELF WHEN THIS IDEA CAME TO ME AND I WAS ALL 'NO, THEY WOULDN'T...THEY WOULDN'T DARE.' BUT NO, THEY WOULD. BEN EDLUND AND KRIPKE WOULD PROBABLY PEN IT THEMSELVES.

GUIZE. I'M SCARED.

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And next on our docket: 



SO MISHA HAD A TEA PARTY. YEAH. HE DID. YOU CHECKING YOUR TOTEM BECAUSE SO AM I.
You know I've always said (not to you obviously but in my head) that Misha was like Stephan Colbert from the Colbert Report. I also always said Jensen was like Mike Roe from Dirty Jobs. Notice the resemblance? They're both known for their sarcastic dry-wit it's just that Stephan, like Misha, just takes it that extra step and goes crazy with it. If you ever got Mike Roe and Stephan Colbert together it'd be like..well, it would be like Jensen and Misha. They look like they hate each other's guts at first but then end up smacking each other's asses and acting like their a part of some super private no-girls club in their clubhouse in the backyard. They even have a protective guard dog too, his name is Jared.

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GO VOTE.

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We have just until midnight PST time tomorrow (that's 3:00EST) SO GO VOTE. LIKE A HUNDREDBAGILLION TIMES. I've been voting pretty steady but don't you dare use that as an excuse! Don't go: oh, well other peeps got this, it's okay I don't need to vote. WRONG . EVERY VOTE ACTUALLY COUNTS. This isn't like a presidential election where your votes go to a representative to vote for you and who you voted for might not be who you voted for. This is legit. SO GO VOTE. NAOOOOOOW. RIGHT NOW. I'LL WAIT FOR YOU. I'LL STOP TALKING UNTIL YOU'VE COME BACK AND HAVE PUT IN AT LEAST TWO OR MORE VOTES IN FOR SPN.

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CLIIIIICK EEEEEEET AND VOOOOOOOTE.


















































































































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OKAY, YOU DID IT? YOU'RE BACK? COOL, NOW WE'RE ONTO ONE LAST THING:

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THE CLASSIC ROCK MUSIC RANT.



It has been six episodes. Six.

Six Pictures, Images and Photos

Yes. Six. You know how many classic rock songs have been used in that time? One. (and no I'm not counting the country song mostly because I'm ruined for it from Oprah's uber white rendition of it from The Soup)
 
ONE classic rock song in the expanse of SIX episodes.

How about we look at the amount of rock music was used in the first six episodes of previous seasons shall we?
(BTW, this would all make for a great SPN playlist if you guys needed one)

Season One

  Episode One
     - LaGrange by ZZ Top / Ramblin' Man by The Allman Brothers
     - Enter the Sandman by Metallica/ Back in Black by ACDC
     - Highway to Hell by ACDC
     - Back in Black by ACDC
  Episode Two
     - Hot Blooded by Foreigner
     - Down South Jukin' by Lynyrd Skynyrd
     - Fly by Night by Rush
  Episode Three
     - Round and Round by Ratt
     - Too Daze Gone by Billy Squire
     - Movin' On by Bad Company
  Episode Four
     - Paranoid by Black Sabbath
     - Working Man by Rush
  Episode Five
     - Rock of Ages by Def Leopard
     - Laugh, I nearly Died by The Rolling Stones
  Episode Six
     - In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida by Iron Butterfly
     - Poison Whiskey by Lynyrd Skynyrd
     - All Right Now by Free

Season Two

  Episode One 
     - Stranglehold by Ted Nugent 
     - Bad Moon Rising by Creedence Clearwater Revival
  Episode Two
     - Time Has Come Today by Cambers Brothers
     - The Road to Shambala Three Dog Night
   Episode Three
     - Wheel in the Sky by Journey
     - Back in Black by ACDC
     - Can't Fight This Feeling by REO Speedwagon
   Episode Five
     - Stonehenge by Spinal Tap
     - Fell on Black Days by Sound Garden
   Episode Six
     - Surrender by Cheap Trick

Season Three

  Episode One
     - Hells Bells by ACDC
     - You Ane't Seen Nothing Yet by Barhman-Turner Overdrive
     - I Shall Not Be Moved by J.B. Aurnett
  Episode Four
     - Run Through the Jungle by Creedence Clearwater Revival

Season Four
 
  Episode One
     - You Shook Me All Night Long by ACDC
   Episode Two
     - Lonely is the Night by Billy Squier
   Episode Three
     - Rablin' Man by The Allman Brothers
   Episode Six
     - Eye of the Tiger by Survivor

Season Five

  Episode One
     - Thunderstruck by ACDC 
  Episode Two
     - Long, Long Way From Home by Foreigner
     - Spirit in the Sky by
  Episode Three
     - Simple Man by Lynyrd Skynyrd
  Episode Four
     - Do You Love Me? by
  
Season Six
   Episode Two
      - Smoke on the Water by Deep Purple
   Episode Four
      - Fine I'll count Oprah's song too. :p

DID PEOPLE FORGET THE IMPORTANCE OF THE CLASSIC ROCK SOUNDTRACK? WELL, DID YOU? BECAUSE I AM IRREVOCABLY ASHAMED (SON, I AM DISAPPOINT) AT EVERY ONE OF YOU WHO DID. 

Supernatural without the Classic Rock music is like Dukes of Hazard without the hick-town horn tune that blows every time the General Lee jumps a ditch. It's like Star Wars without the Imperial March. It's like a Martin Scorsese movie without The Rolling Stone's It's Just a Shot Away (or any Rolling Stones song for that matter). It's like a Christopher Nolan film without a score by Hans Zimmer. It's like SUPERNATURAL WITHOUT CLASSIC ROCK.

You loose the country all-American feeling that makes it down to earth while dealing with a plot that's epic and should be ridiculous but it's not because it was there when Rablin' Man by the Allman Brothers is playing clearly in the background in a diner while they homage to Back to the Future as Dean meets young!John. It was there when Dean was in heaven and we all cried as he relived one of his favorite memories of a young innocent version of his brother cheer in while setting off fireworks and Knockin' on Heaven's Door by Bob Dylan was playing. It was there when we first saw evil!Dean and Hgnnned when In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida by Iron Butterfly was playing. It was there when the everyone jumped at the the Impala being blindsided by the sixteen wheeler driven by a demon and Bad Moon Rising by Creedence Clearwater played ominously. And everybody's favorite: It was there every season finale and we all sang Carry On My Wayward Son by Kansas under our breaths and it became our theme, our motto, our rallying cry.

I've read before in movie reviews about how some scores to the movie are like an extra character and that's very much true about Supernatural. It's like watching the show without Sam or Dean, it's like missing an essential character to the show.
In the introduction to the first Supernatural novel R.A. Keith DeCandido talks about what Supernatural is about and in that he lists the importance of music. And in his lastest SPN novel he talks about how the Classic Rock music in Supernatural is like it's soul.

You hear that?

THE ROCK MUSIC IS SUPERNATURAL'S SOUL. SUPERNATURAL IN SEASON SIX HAS NO SOUL. :AGGRESSIVE WINKING:

SO SERA, GIVE SUPERNATURAL BACK IT'S SOUL. I DON'T WANT TO CONTINUE WATCHING WITHOUT IT. I WILL CRY. AND THEN FIND MY STASH OF LINCH MOB WEAPONS FROM LAST SEASON AND FIND YOU. AND IF YOU'RE CATCHING WHAT I'M PITCHING (:SNICKER:) THEN YOU KNOW I'M TALKING ABOUT TWO SOULS THAT ARE VERY IMPORTANT TO ME. GIVE BOTH OF THEM BACK. NAOW.

But no, seriously, more classic rock by the next episode or I'm starting a petition. I'm not kidding. I've never petitioned anything before but this is important, it's like I said, watching Supernatural without heart or soul just the external appeal. Not necessarily bad to look at (in fact this season it's been particularly yummy) but it's just an empty shell of what it once was. Well, maybe not that bad but close enough. It's making me miss Kripke like burning so it's at least that level of bad. Kripke would of had The Road So Far /mutters.

AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST HAPPY AFTER HALLOWEEN!


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THIS YEAR I DIDN'T DRESS UP, I DIDN'T HAVE THE TIME SO I JUST WENT OUT WITH WHAT I NORMALLY WEAR.
LOL. YOU GUYS PROBABLY THINK I'M JOKING...

NIGHT YALL, IT'S 3:30AM OVER HERE AND I HAVE TO BE UP TO GO TO SCHOOL IN LESS THEN FOUR HOURS. AWESOME POSSUM. i ♥ YA!
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Current Location: BED
Current Mood: tiredtired
Current Music: Kansas; Carry on Wayward Son
 
 
 
Lynz: Dean - light-sensitiveblackcalic0 on November 1st, 2010 08:12 pm (UTC)
IF YOU LIKED IT DEAN YOU SHOULD HAVE PUT A RING ON IT.

(Jensen plays golf, Jared farts)

BWAHAHAHAA! You crack me up!

I voted another 10 times on top of the 20-odd times I voted earlier and the 100 or so I've voted since it's been open, so I've done my fair share.

Supernatural introduced me to the world of classic rock and music that was made before I was born. It's now my favourite genre and it takes up a large amount of space on my ipod, so I'm equally as pissed that it's pretty much non-existent in the show now. Maybe I should go back and watch S1...