The ratings last night says it got 2 million viewers. Their facebook page has 10 million friends. I don't trust the ratings numbers anymore.
Am I the only one who wants a new King of Hell? Don't get me wrong, I like Crowley, but he seems to warn his welcome with me. Maybe someone a little darker. I do like the quips, but I think I am ready for a more sinister KOH.
In the finale there, is further foreshadowing of Chuck's true identity: When Dean calls Chuck, Chuck answers the phone "Mistress Magda," and we briefly see a newspaper ad for a blonde women in a bikini named "Miss Magda" on Chuck's desk before he puts his glass on it. This may be a reference to Mary Magdalene who Jesus, the physical incarnation of God, healed of demons. She then become a follower of his, and an early Christian leader.
-Chuck, after narrating the events that take place, finally appears dressed in white musing on the difficulty of getting endings right. He then disappears
- Chuck, it seems, is God. In the final revelation it appears Chuck is God - the writer of Sam and Dean's story. The fact that they manage to follow their own paths, suggest that the deity chooses to allow free will within the "story" he is writing.
Or has it just begun?
This episode promises to not just build on was in our eyes a pretty excellent premiere, but also expand upon it by reminding us that much of the mythology associated with this show comes from pagan roots and not necessarily the more modernized versions of legends and various belief systems. This is why we have a nice little reference to Thor in this trailer, and we are going to see plenty of other interesting developments soon to go along with.
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I'm not sure if you are trolling or not