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Old 02-25-2014, 04:57 PM   #106
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I still watch the show pretty regularly and still like it quite a bit even if it hasn't returned to the lofty heights of seasons 2-5.

I do appreciate the little things they do to shake up the series. But, I am so tired of the Sam and Dean bickering/lying/breaking up/getting back together that seems to run through half of every season. And over the past two seasons, I have enjoyed Dean's team-ups with new partners far more than I have enjoyed seeing the brothers together.

But, I will also say that the Cain episode was one of the best they've had in years. I'd actually really enjoy seeing Dean and Crowley run around together a lot more. I really hope that episode is a sign of things to come.

But, outside of the tired brother drama, the show is still pretty sharply written and has managed to keep coming up with pleasant surprises.
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Old 02-25-2014, 06:27 PM   #107
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Yes, even though I kinda lost interest in the series, it's still at the top of the genre when it comes to television.
I really loved when Dean and Crowley teamed up, the chemistry and the kind of "Good Cop, Bad Cop" feel of it just worked great. I wish they are forced to team up again.
Hell, kill off Sam and put Crowley in the game instead
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