WRITER’S BLOCK! No seriously, I haz it. But I’ve still been watching, and I just need to give myself a push, so let’s barrel through, right?
This episode was the return of Henricksen, who showed up once Sam and Dean got intentionally thrown in jail to work a case for their dad’s old friend Deacon. Sam insisted that this was the dumbest and craziest thing they’ve ever done in a long, storied career of dumb and crazy, but Dean said that Sam and Dean aren’t saints, but they’re loyal and they pay their debts. True.
Okay, two things I really loved in this episode. First of all, Deacon turning out to be the asshole guard was really a nice twist. And secondly, I loved the “REALLY pretty sure” exchanges. But beyond that, I totally adored how much Dean fit into prison. He doesn’t smoke but he’s amassing cigarettes because they’re currency, he gets respect for fighting, and he’s friendly with people and can therefore come by info.
Oh, and before I forget, not that it was major, but I loved Sam’s buddy, the old jailbird, who said, “Cons all love to talk but we’re all liars.”
Anyway, long story short, the boys got away with the help of Deacon and thanks to their public defender believing Dean that he wasn’t the bad guy and telling Henricksen and the FBI boys the wrong cemetery. Sam and Dean reiterate that they’re screwed and they’ve gotta go deep. Yes, please.
Surely there was more, given that this was a prison episode, but all I caught were two craps, which brings the count to:
- Ass: 63
- Bitch: 22
- Son of a bitch: 42
- Bastard: 16
- Dick: 3
- Crap: 59
- Damn: 84
Okay. That wasn’t so bad. We made it through. And we’ll be through S2 by the end of the week! Yay! Any thoughts on this episode? Fave moments? Cuss words I missed? Moments relative to the future? Comments!