Fans knew the entire episode would take place in the Impala — and some might have even thought to themselves, "How is that going to work? Won't it be boring?" Granted, the episode moved a bit slower than most (don't get me wrong, there were exciting scenes), but it was those slow moments that showed Sam and Dean bonding like the true brothers that they are. Not only did viewers get a glimpse into what actually goes down in the Impala (eating, joking, singing, sex) at all hours of the day, but they watched Sam and Dean have some deep conversations about the future, family and The Darkness.
Supernatural definitely did Baby justice and delivered everything fans could've hoped for, including these 11 moments.
So this is how she stays looking so young, so fresh and so clean. Keep up the good work, Sam and Dean!
It's good to know that Sam and Dean jam together during car rides, especially to Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band's "Night Moves."
It was nice to see Sam and Dean talk about Mary, John and the simpler lives they once led.
It was definitely a change of pace to see them talk about the future, marriage, having families and settling down. Sadly, they both know this probably isn't a reality for either of them.
The episode wouldn't have been the same without Sam and Dean joking around, like when Dean got irritated with Sam putting smoothies in the beer cooler.
Finally! Sam told Dean he was infected. That took long enough. Baby clearly worked her magic.
I mean, how could he not make that joke? It was worth the wait. (FYI, it's in reference to Eric Clapton's "I Shot the Sheriff" song.)
Anyone else get all the feels when Sam and Dean said, "Goodnight, jerk. Goodnight, bitch."?
Baby is another Winchester and she is always there for Sam and Dean, especially when they need a place to sleep, to have sex, to eat or to chop off creatures' heads. Whatever they need, she has their backs.
Despite not having a real home (save for the Men of Letters bunker) and constantly being on the road, Baby is Sam and Dean's home.
Did anyone expect to see Matt Cohen reprise his role as young John Winchester? That was a nice surprise, even though it wasn't really John, but someone or something pretending to be him. Whatever the case, what an unexpected and exciting cameo!
Supernatural airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on The CW.
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