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Dr. Sexy has a new job ?!
After a return without Cas, this Thursday Supernatural finds the angel and Jack headlining their own murder investigation. Her victim: a member of a faith group led by a pastor played by Steve Bacic, the same actor who made Dr. Sexy brought to life in the episode “Changing Channels”. Of course, this isn’t the first time the show has “reused” an actor as a different character. In fact, Nicole Muñoz, the actress who plays the pastor’s daughter, Sylvia, also appeared in a season two episode. But I have to admit, for a brief moment I thought we were going back secretly Dr. Sexy, MD. But unfortunately the pastor is just a pastor.
The sheriff, who is very dubious about FBI agent Jack because he looks greener than Baby Yoda, informs Castiel and Jack that the deceased carved a “liar” into his body and that all of his fingers were pushed down his throat. Another victim is later handcuffed and has nails hammered into her fingers for being a thief. (Between this and when Sam’s fingernails were torn off last week, I squirm. A lot.)
Cas calls the crossroads demon Zack for answers about what killed the young man. “Are angels now solving human crimes?” Zack wonders. “To like Highway to Heaven but with murder or something? Because I would see this show! “Unfortunately, Zack is of no help when it comes to the investigation and tells Cas that there are no more crossroads because Rowena has the philosophy that people end up where they belong. As a result, Zack is so bored. #DemonProblems
Jack sets out to join the faith group (“Hello, where can I find the Kool-Aid?”) And connects with the pastor’s daughter about her father problems. “Trust in God, not in people,” advises Sylvia Jack. But this cute girl is a killer! She stabs her friend and explains, “I believe. You never did that ”, then attacks her own father for not helping her dying mother and making fun of her when she believed in God. The people in the group worship him“Not God,” exclaims Sylvia. Fortunately, Cas can have Sylvie euthanized and heal two of the victims. “What are you?” Says the pastor after seeing the miracle. Cas admits he’s an angel when Sylvia is taken into custody (by Zack the demon!). In spite of everything, the pastor vows to find help for his daughter.
On the way back to the bunker, Jack confesses he lied about something: Billie’s spell turns him into a bomb, and if he gets Chuck and Amara out, he’ll die too. Cas refuses to see him die again, but Jack reminds him that it is not his choice and asks him not to say anything to Sam or Dean. “That’s the only way they’ll ever forgive him,” adds Jack. But when the episode ends, Cas tells Dean that he is going to find another way to stop Chuck and should he not come back there is something Dean and Sam need to know.
Speaking of Dean and Sam, they start the episode on a road trip to Atlantic City to find Amara. Sam hesitates to prepare her for her own death, but there aren’t any better options. Before Dean and Sam can even reach Atlantic City, Amara shows up at the gas station where they refuel. During a Pierogi lunch at a nearby diner, Dean explains that they need their help to catch Chuck, but Amara refuses to betray her brother, who is almost ready to destroy the other universes. Amara doesn’t think Dean and Sam really understand what she and Chuck really are. They came together as creation and destruction, light and dark. When that balance was upset and they broke up, “all of this” was created, she explains. And although Chuck later threw her in the cage, she believes it hurt him deeply, and doing this to him would be torture.
Dean and Sam leave the restaurant after failing, but then Dean goes back in to ask Amara a very important question: Why did she bring his mother back? What did she want to show him? Amara says she wanted him to see Mary as a real, complicated person, not the idealized version he built in his head, and for him to let go of the myth of a better life his mother lived in. She also thought that Mary would rid Dean of his anger, but obviously failed.
“You’re damn right,” explains Dean. He is furious that they are all caught up in Chuck’s story, Amara included, and she does nothing to stop them. “Do you think he’s giving a rat his ass over you? Well who lives in a dream world now? “Amara asks if she can trust him. “I would never hurt you,” he lies. She promises to consider his offer.
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