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I didnt really like "bugs" or "route 666"
I didnt like "Houses of the Holy" much either but i got used to it.. same with "On the head of a pin"
But I have read this website's plot line for the episode "Dark Side of the Moon" & I really hope that the description is wrong cause that really does sound like the worst episode ever.. shame cause I have enjoyed this season so far.
On the head of a pin is one of my favourite episodes, lol.
I'm racking my brain trying to think of a supernatural that I disliked, but to be honest, I can't think of any. Perhaps the episodes with Bella in them, mainly because she is number one on a long list of "badly faked english accents"...
I'm from England and Bella's accent wasn't typically British. She spoke using the queens English, which is rarely used. This tends to be the accent portrayed by most American shows when featuring a British character, (i'm sure in Britain it's much the same with American accents). It's cliched and annoying. Still Bella wasn't the worst culprit. Emily on Friends has a lot to answer for.
Lauren Cohan was born in Philadelphia, raised in New Jersey, and moved to England in her teens. I'm not extremely well versed on what it takes to form an accent. She didn't have to develop but it is very possible she could have. And it could also explain why her accent isn't perfect, if it is authentic. Anyways, the producers did choose her for Bela because she was British.
I wasn't criticising Bela, I actually didn't mind her. I just found her accent annoying.
"Family remains" was an X-Files episode first .then Supernatural got it and put their spin onit
That is true.. I didn't like the idea of "Jump The Shark" but the episode turned out pretty good.
Ok.. Dark Side of the Moon turned out not that bad... I thought it would of been the worst episode but it wasn't.. just another example of how the writers can make even the worst sounding story-lines turn into a good episode.