Happy Friday TV fans! After watching the CW’s Supernatural season 14 episode 3, Jack reminded us that you don’t need to have supernatural abilities in order to truly make a difference and save someone. Sometimes someone ordinary can become extraordinary just by not giving up. Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet. In last night’s episode, “The Scar,” Sam tries to get through to Dean about Michael’s possession, but Dean wants to race ahead to the next case. Meanwhile, Castiel and Jack desperately try to help a girl named Laura who has been cursed by a witch. My top 5 moments from Supernatural season 14 episode 3 are:
“No people say that.”
In the beginning of the episode, Dean brings back the laughs, revealing that at least Michael did not kill off his sense of humor. He starts describing something that is a bit like a nightmare and we initially think he is talking about the possession, but quickly learn that he means Sam’s new beard. Sam defends his choice in facial hair and explains that some people say it looks good and Dean hilariously replies, “No people say that.” Even though Dean has been through a lot, this is what Supernatural does best. They know how to perfectly blend in some light fun to offset all of the drama and darkness that the Winchester brothers have to face. It’s good to have you back Dean.
“Like someone stabbed you with a giant meat fork?”
After Castiel taps into Dean’s memories, Dean remembers that the thing that killed Kaia in “The Bad Place” had a run in with Michael and actually managed to injure him, leaving behind a scar that Dean is now forced to bear. Sam and Dean decide to head off to Sioux Falls to meet up with Jody and chase down a lead. It’s good to have Jody back. While I’m disappointed that “Wayward Sisters” did not get picked up, Jody really elevates the show and brings a fresh perspective to everything. Jody explains that she thought she was dealing with a serial killer here, but soon realizes that it may be connected to the thing that killed Kaia after all. Small world.
“You saved us.”
Sam and Dean soon run into the hooded threat and capture her, stunned that she looks identical to real Kaia. Other Kaia explains that she is a dream walker too and she is a sort of double or connection to the real Kaia. She was able to see what she could and she further explains that she killed her by accident, as she was really trying to kill “the blonde one.” We know she is referring to Claire Novak here, Jody’s adopted daughter. As Kaia begins to open up, she no longer appears to be the bad guy and she is being hunted by vampires who are trying to take her weapon. Michael sees the weapon as a threat to him since it was able to hurt him, but Kaia is not about to give it up without a fight. When Sam, Dean, and Jody are under attack by vampires, Dean manages to set Kaia free and she makes the decision to save their lives, proving that there is some goodness within her. While her existence may be complicated, it’s clear that she could be the key to stopping Michael.
“You proved that you have the mind of a hunter and the heart of a hunter.”
While Sam and Dean head off to Sioux Falls, Castiel has his own crisis to deal with, as he tries to reverse the curse of a witch on Laura. Castiel explains to Jack that she has been “enchanted” and Jack hilariously asks, “Like Sleeping Beauty?” Castiel calls up Rowena for guidance and is ready to try his best. After casting the spell, the curse is not lifted and the aging spell speeds up, taking away Laura’s life force. Jack is beyond devastated, as he spent some time with Laura and feels some kind of bond or connection with her. Jack glances at her amulet and realizes that he can still help Laura. He explains that the witch bullet may have killed the witch, but it was still keeping Laura’s life force trapped in a way. Jack takes a chance and destroys the amulet and saves Laura. Jack proves that knowledge really is power and Castiel is extremely proud of him and even suggests that they all go on a hunting trip together. It seems like Jack is finally finding his place in the world without his grace, only he begins coughing up blood at the end of the episode. Jack hides this from Castiel, but it looks like his own life may be in immediate danger. Let’s hope that he fills in his family before it’s too late.
“I thought I could make it out but I wasn’t strong enough.”
After shutting Sam out for most of the episode, Dean finally opens up to his brother on the way home. Dean explains that he just wanted to race ahead and skip to the part where he got to take down the bad guy, but recognizes that it’s not that simple. Dean confides in Sam that he felt like he was drowning underwater and that he was constantly clawing and fighting for air. Dean tried to be strong, but he wasn’t strong enough to defeat Michael. Dean clearly feels guilty about everything that has happened and thinks that everything that Michael is doing is on him. While this was absolutely heartbreaking to hear, I’m glad that Dean finally decided to open up to Sam. Dean may not be able to resolve everything overnight, but at least he knows that his family and friends are there to support him. Stay tuned!
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own thoughts and theories on Supernatural in the comments section below. Happy viewing!
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