And boys -- let's watch the swearing.

Mayor ,'Chosen'


Supernatural 3: Family don't end with blood

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§ ita § - Jan 05, 2015 1:05:11 pm PST #29 of 807
Well not canonically, no, but this is transformative fiction.

We are to assume, I think, that being killed with the colt or anything that does that flashy effect means you're terminated forever. And, concomitantly, that *killing* a demon or an angel ends them utterly.

Amelia--utter despisation, or whatever that noun is. She had no upside, and the actress's voice didn't help matters any.

Can anyone give me some good Sam or Jared tumblrs that don't hate on Misha-Cas or Jensen-Dean? I really don't have enough of him on my dash.


-t - Jan 05, 2015 1:15:48 pm PST #30 of 807
I am a woman of various inclinations and only some of the time are they to burn everything down in frustration

I vastly preferred Gabriel as a Trickster to being an Archangel. Have not gotten over how much I dislike the portrayal of Metatron (it's so wrong that he was taking dictation!SO WRONG!)


§ ita § - Jan 05, 2015 1:57:21 pm PST #31 of 807
Well not canonically, no, but this is transformative fiction.

I'm not sure how I'm supposed to get past Mystery Spot, in all honesty.

How do you think Metatron was supposed to be portrayed?


-t - Jan 05, 2015 2:04:50 pm PST #32 of 807
I am a woman of various inclinations and only some of the time are they to burn everything down in frustration

As the Voice of God, not a scribe, basically. It just sticks in my craw.


§ ita § - Jan 05, 2015 2:48:50 pm PST #33 of 807
Well not canonically, no, but this is transformative fiction.

So your stance is that he spoke for God, not repeated/transcribed what God said?

I can't see Show going to full fledged Word of God while the Chuck question is unanswered officially.


-t - Jan 05, 2015 4:14:11 pm PST #34 of 807
I am a woman of various inclinations and only some of the time are they to burn everything down in frustration

Repeated is fine, it's the writing down I object to.

Possibly pretty far from rational, but I can't always choose where I draw my lines.

Chuck, for example. I will never accept Chuck being God.


§ ita § - Jan 05, 2015 4:32:34 pm PST #35 of 807
Well not canonically, no, but this is transformative fiction.

Chuck, for example. I will never accept Chuck being God.

Kripke has said so in interview, but it doesn't count if it's not explicit onscreen.

I'd be surprised if they went there solidly before the end of the series.


-t - Jan 05, 2015 4:46:22 pm PST #36 of 807
I am a woman of various inclinations and only some of the time are they to burn everything down in frustration

Yeah, I know he said so, but it offends my sense of How Things Should Be too much. Even if it clearly becomes canon I cannot get on board with that.


§ ita § - Jan 05, 2015 4:59:23 pm PST #37 of 807
Well not canonically, no, but this is transformative fiction.

I think it's hysterical that they wrote themselves as God and shipped them/God with the audience, but I admit that's irrelevant to worldbuilding protocol.

My problem with it is that it reads like a retcon, not anything inherent in the premise.


-t - Jan 05, 2015 5:07:52 pm PST #38 of 807
I am a woman of various inclinations and only some of the time are they to burn everything down in frustration

That is part of my problem with it. The retcon-ness, that is. You are absolutely right that the meta/ship is pretty funny. I can appreciate that.