Brat Farrar (bratfarrar) wrote,
Brat Farrar

WoL Wednesday: #RedeemThisEpisode

Originally posted by bratfarrar at WoL Wednesday: #RedeemThisEpisode

CHUCK: Did you really have to live through the bugs?

DEAN: Yeah.

CHUCK: What about the ghost ship?

DEAN: Yes, that too.

CHUCK: I am so sorry. I mean, horror is one thing, but to be forced to live bad writing... if I would have known it was real, I would have done another pass.

As Chuck demonstrates here, we all have episodes we just can't stand, for whatever reason. But I'm going to borrow an idea from Melanie over at The Sheila Variations and suggest we take a shot at following Sam's theme for season 11 and save/ redeem everything. So tell us the episodes that you can't stand (no need to tell us the reason, but to keep things semi-organized, please list each episode in its own comment), and the rest of us will offer ways in which those episodes redeem themselves. (Gifs/screen caps are totally valid options, btw)

For example, let's take the two episodes that Chuck apologizes for:


  • Dean calling Sam "honey" and slapping him on the butt! Them squatting in the house just so Dean can try the steam shower! Kim Manners makes the episode look like a million bucks! Jared and Jensen talking about having to film with the bees will always be hilarious!


  • More house squatting! Dean in a tux! Dean having a panic attack over the disappearance of Baby! Sam shouting Latin in the middle of a graveyard while it pours!

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