I'm in love with the idea of an entire town coming together to fight the bad things. The post-apocalyptic feel of the little community, the kids packing salt rounds, the line of guns in church, the holy water in the tanker truck - brilliant! I loved it, though it was obvious there was something wrong. I never bought that Leah was a prophet. I found her progression from whispering things to her father to taking over for him nicely done - especially when she absolved the mom of any guilt for killing someone who'd been her friend for a long time. I loved how Leah's father realized there was something wrong, and I loved the holster on his thigh.
I was worried, and I guess I had every right to be, about Sam and Dean. Sam is determined to fight this thing, to win, and Dean could not care less about anything going on anywhere. Cass's arrival and his "I found a liquor store and drank it", brilliant. His lines were hysterical, especially when he called Sam an abomination. I'd hoped Dean could be the one to kill Leah, but at the same time I didn't want him to. What I feared ended up happening and that breaks my heart. The previews for next week have me all worried, but you've never let me down, Supernatural People, so I'll anxiously wait. Dean showing up at Lisa's and telling her when he pictures himself happy it's with her...*sniffle*. But dang, Thursday is way too far away!
I can't think about this season nearly being over, and I can't think about next season being the last. I don't know if I can bear it, though I don't want Sam and Dean to go all Fonzie on us either. I will be sad though. Really sad.
That is all.