Happy Friday TV fans! After watching the CW’s Supernatural season 14 episode 7, I realized that it’s not the big moments that count the most. It’s the memories we have and the “time together that matters,” as Jack so eloquently pointed out. Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet. In last night’s episode, “Unhuman Behavior,” Jack’s health takes a turn for the worse, as Sam, Dean, and Castiel desperately try to figure out a way to save him. Meanwhile, Nick continues to head down a path of darkness, revealing his inner true nature. My top 5 moments from Supernatural season 14 episode 7 are:
“He was stabbed through the heart and exploded.”
Even though this episode was an emotional roller coaster for me, Castiel provided us with a laugh out loud moment to break the tension. After Castiel determines that he cannot help Jack, he takes him to the hospital and everyone is beyond stressed about the situation. After Dean has trouble coming up with details about Jack’s birth date, the family medical history seems like it could be handled, especially since we know that Jack’s biological father, Lucifer, is dead. However, Castiel bluntly tells the woman at the hospital exactly how Lucifer died, which leads to some strange looks from her and Sam and Dean.
“His body is shutting down.”
After Jack’s hospital tests come back negative, this seems like a good sign, but the doctor explains that Jack’s body is actually shutting down and they can’t figure out why. It is later determined that Jack needs archangel grace to survive, but it’s not like this is easy to find anymore. Against the doctor’s recommendation, Sam and Dean take Jack out of the hospital and refuse to give up. They are ready to use all of their resources to help him. While they begin discussing what Jack needs, Dean repeatedly zones out during the conversation. Does this mean that Michael is somehow still linked to Dean? Could this be the key to helping Jack? We’ll have to wait to find out, but there is definitely something not quite right with Dean.
“Is this a trick Samuel?”
Our favorite witch is back! After realizing that they cannot help Jack, Sam calls up Rowena. Rowena initially thinks she is there to help Dean, but quickly learns that Sam wants her to help Jack. Rowena is not exactly thrilled about this at first since she does not have the best history with Lucifer, but Jack approaches Rowena and explains, “I’m trying hard not to be like him.” He tells Rowena that Sam and Dean say such nice things about her as well, revealing his innocent charm. Rowena agrees to try and help Jack, but quickly realizes that she is in over her head.
“I like doing these things and I don’t want to stop.”
We finally catch up to Nick in this episode and learn that he is continuing to spiral out of control. Nick is obsessed with finding out what happened to his family, but his journey is leading him down a very dark path. Nick seems overwhelmed by all of these feelings, but the darkness continues to win, as he brutally murders anyone he determines to be guilty. The ex-cop reveals to Nick something about the name, Abraxas, which seems familiar to his Lucifer memories, but we don’t have too much to go on here just yet. Later on, Nick begins to pray and reveals that he actually likes tapping into the darkness and begs Lucifer to return to him. Nick has clearly stirred something up inside of him, but is it enough for Lucifer to re-surface? I’m thinking that it’s only a matter of time before he makes himself known.
“It’s time together that matters.”
Jack has accepted his fate, even though his “Dads” refuse to give up. Jack just wants to have a chance to really experience life and Dean agrees to accompany him. Dean teaches Jack to drive and hilariously reminds him that, “R is not for race.” Jack really tries to be like Dean here, which is absolutely adorable and even screams out, “It’s like I’m you!” This is definitely a heartwarming father-son moment and it looks like Dean needed this just as much as Jack did. Later on, Jack expresses a desire to go fishing with Dean and tells him that he remembers that it is one of Dean’s fondest memories with his own father. Jack opens up to Dean here and really gives us all an important lesson about life when he explains that it’s about the time together that truly matters. After the Serbian Shaman’s “experiment” fails, Jack is in even worse condition and Sam, Dean, and Castiel are completely helpless. They stay by Jack’s side to support him, but is there any other way to save him? Let’s hope so because I can’t bear to see Jack go. He has made such an impact on everyone and they truly think of him as a son. 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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