My first thought after the episode ended was: What are the other four things? Referring to Lucifer’s comment that there are five things the Colt can’t kill and he’s one of them. I am going to assume that God is one of the other four things, but I am still curious as to the other three. Of course I could be wrong and the other four things are the Four Horsemen—now that could be interesting.
I am curious as to why and the hell Castiel, Dean and Sam assumed/hoped the Colt would work on the devil. He’s not a demon, the creature the Colt was intended to be used against, he’s an angel and if they wanted to test it out then they should have summoned another angel and attempted to shoot them or, hell, shot Castiel. At least then they would have known whether or not the Colt would work on an ANGEL.
Now I’m sure you all know that I adored Ellen and sorta liked Jo. I couldn’t say I liked what I saw of Jo this season because she barely spoke, so I’m sticking with my original ‘she’s eye candy for Dean’ assessment of her from season two, but damn if I can’t respect what she did. No, I didn’t cry when the two bite it, apparently I’m heartless, I actually thought they were brilliant and utterly pointless deaths. In no way did their deaths progress the plot other then to get Sam and Dean outta Dodge and I’m certain they would have come up with something. Though why were the hellhounds left to their own devices when they obviously would have ripped Sam apart had they tried to escape via stupidly? Doesn’t Lucifer need Sam?
I kinda loved the Castiel and Lucifer interaction and I really, really want to see more scenes with them together. Castiel going badass on Meg was just fun and kinda heartless which made me like his character all the more and it gives another dimension to him. I’m interested to see where they go with him during the rest of this season because I am already a wee bit tired of him as Dean’s patsy. He’s supposed to be an angel for Pete’s sake, not the butt of all of Dean’s jokes. *commence eye roll*
I will end these thoughts with the true and tested fact that Bobby owns my heart and I would prefer to see either brother eat it before him. What? Don’t look at me like that. We all know that Kripke would bring those lucky bastards back, but Bobby, well Bobby, would just be gone and I’m not sure I could accept that.