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SPN 9x01

META!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Bring it. \o/\o/\o/


Oct. 10th, 2013 12:55 am (UTC)
Oh I hate them, trust me. And that goes double for Castiel who has effectively survived the past five seasons by dint of the fact that he's a fan favorite.

Like - I don't mind the Sam wounded and Dean by the bedside because it somewhat mirrors 2.01; it's just that at this point it feels pointless and yet another deus ex machina. Additionally - I just get sick of angels and demons. For all its faults and really I didn't mind it as much as most I really liked S6 for the Eve / Purgatory plotline and S7 for the absurd Leviathans being silly. Angels are just too powerful and convenient.
Oct. 10th, 2013 01:05 am (UTC)
YAY! Someone else who actually LIKED seasons six and seven. Oh I hate the angels and have a special dislike of Cas. He is a fan favorite and that's why he's stuck around, but they never quite know what to do with him. I am sincerely hoping that if the spin off gets off the ground they will decide to transplant Cas to it. Then he won't have all the baggage from what he's done on this show and his fans can be happy.
Oct. 17th, 2013 04:39 am (UTC)
I am sincerely hoping that if the spin off gets off the ground they will decide to transplant Cas to it.

Totally plausible, I think. And if that doesn't happen, I'm sure he and the boys will be popping in to help launch it and boost ratings. It'll be interesting to see how much air time secondary and/or new characters get this season in prep for their jump to the spin off. I'm hoping it's done organically and doesn't feel weirdly forced, like they suddenly hijacked SPN.

Edited at 2013-10-17 04:40 am (UTC)
Oct. 17th, 2013 04:34 am (UTC)
by dint of the fact that he's a fan favorite

Show runners sacrificing their vision of the story (if they have one ... they should) and capitulating to the whims of the audience makes me want to bang my head against a nail-spiked board. It's one thing to listen to your audience and make changes to things that aren't working; it's something else to completely overhaul the story and maneuver it around a single character at the expense of everything else. Show runners, lay out the main plot points, know your ending, and stick to your guns--write a story that makes sense and is internally consistent and cohesive. Not one that meanders all over the place, feels manufactured, and contradicts itself. Argggh. However, I don't dislike angels or Cas in general. I just don't like it when *anything* or *any single character* seems to be catered to in lieu of the story.


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