i love this show, but it should have ended last season.

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    libra113

    [21]Apr 20, 2011
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    Well Ben and Lisa were a bad idea from the start.

    My point was that Dean isn't the type to just play house with ANYONE while his brother suffers in Hell no matter what promises he made or what the risks and if "Swan Song" was the ending that would be the situation we would be presented with.

    It just seems to fly in the face of everything we've seen from day one to think he would just quit and leave Bobby on his own, leave Sam to suffer and just hang out and have cook outs and get a real job. The whole concept is just silly and seemed to surve no other purpose than to they and shoehorn a happy ending where one doesn't belong.

    If you're gonna end the series there are better ways and I'm glad they did another season, if for no other reason, than to undo that horrible and forced ending.
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    basenji529

    [22]Apr 23, 2011
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    Perhaps not, but that's the world of shipping. Marriage or bust.

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    libra113

    [23]Apr 23, 2011
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    basenji529 wrote:

    Perhaps not, but that's the world of shipping. Marriage or bust.

    I'm still unclear why they felt it nessiary to pair off Dean with ANYONE.

    Even if "Swansong" had been the last episode ever there's not really any reason to pair him off with some chick and have him 'retire', espcailly when the whole ongoing theme of the show has been you're in the job until your dead.

    I mean even last night Sam told Colt there's no such thing as a retired hunter and Rufus even TRIED to retire, got dragged back in and died.

    It just seemed tacked on pointless. Just becasue the show ends doesn't mean Sam and Dean have to retire, die or anything. A lot of shows end with the story going on we just don't see the show anymore.

    Really, the only ending that makes sense is death or contining on, besides happy endings are NOT this show and I'm suprised they seemed to forget that.
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    [24]Apr 25, 2011
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    Love interest: What writers think women want to see.


    Especially when they know the show has a large slash fandom.

    Edited on 04/25/2011 8:05am
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    libra113

    [25]Apr 25, 2011
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    basenji529 wrote:

    Love interest: What writers think women want to see.


    Especially when they know the show has a large slash fandom.

    Funny enough, as I understand it, a large percentage of the fans would rather see Dean with either Cas or Sam than any chick.
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    basenji529

    [26]Apr 26, 2011
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    That's what I was referring to. The premise, as Trekkies used to call it.

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