I liked that the episode began with the changed timeline. It was a funny if false reason to save the Titanic and I actually agree with it, I didn't dislike the movie that much, but considering how much it was hyped and the Celene Dion song being played over and over, I grew to hate Titanic and that song associated with it.
It also cemented in my mind that the academy awards are a farce when it won best picture that year in comparison to the other movies it was up against: L.A. Confidential, Good Will Hunting,As Good AsIt Gets, The Full Monty. Plus it didn't win a single acting award and wasn'teven nominated for best original screenplay.
That whole scene after Castiel reveals to the boys thatFate is after them was hilarious as they see all these things coming at them that could cause their death. "They're juggling knives and hatchets!!"
The boys in a western, yeah, bring on next week.
totally agreed about the awards being a farce though. 2009, Dark Knight was totally snubbed. I wasn't expecting it to win best pic [Iron Man was also awesome, but its director wasn't even nominated either]. Some foreign film won best pic [when they already had a seperate category for best foreign pic]. So 2009 was the final nail on the coffin for me about my thoughts on that show.
As for this episode: Loved it. Balthazar is my favorite character, that actor is just awesome [loved him on fringe, so sad they offed his character]. I.P. Freely, awesome fake name And then the freeze frame when he was holding his dagger near Fate's neck.
I'm just glad I'm able to record this show while watching Fringe. I hate how both are pitted against each other. I love them both. But at least I can always go back and rewatch segments of SPN that I really liked.
If they keep Balthazar through the end of the season [and hopefully if there's another season], I'll have an incentive to keep watching this show.