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A Life of Noisy Desperation
"Swan Song," SPN 5.22 
13th-May-2010 09:30 pm
SPN - Metallicar R.I.P.

  • Chuck!
  • Sal Moriarty = On the Road reference?
  • DAMN. I can't imagine drinking one gallon of anything in one go, never mind "go juice."
  • "Oh, I'm supposed to lie." Hee! Aw, Castiel.
  • Nice tip of the hat of Dante's Inferno.
  • It's really hilarious to see Jared deploying the puppy dog eyes under these circumstances.
  • His prom date.

  • "Mistress Magda?"* Oh, Chuck.
  • "No one makes Dad do anything!" As usual, the Devil gets the best arguments.
  • And Dean invokes THE POWER OF RAWK!

  • "Dean. Even for you, this is a whole new mountain of stupid."
  • Holy shit! "Castiel. Did you just Molotov my brother with holy fire?"
  • Mother of all montages. God, they were so YOUNG when this show started. Their little faces!

  • Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!
  • "The fans are always going to bitch..."
  • The new Sheriff in town! Damn straight!
  • "I'm coming for Him next."
  • Peace or freedom? Chalk one up to Team Free Will.
  • WHAT. Did he just --? Sonovabitch!

* Oh for -- and Dean accuses him of having a virgin/whore complex! Oh clever, clever show!

Ooh, while discussing the finale with dr_is_in she suggested that Chuck isn't just God, but JESUS -- not the Father, but the SON. Appropriate, given that the show is about sons grappling with the burdens and expectations of their fathers.
14th-May-2010 09:33 pm (UTC)
Frak me, Chuck being Jesus makes a hell of a lot of sense!
15th-May-2010 04:05 pm (UTC)
I just read another good theory at io9.com: that Chuck is a prophet who, at the end of the episode, ascended to Heaven like the prophet Elijah. Heck, he might be the prophet Elijah:
In the Book of Malachi, Elijah's return is prophesied "before the coming of the great and terrible day of the Lord,"[4] making him a harbinger of the Messiah and the eschaton in various faiths that revere the Hebrew Bible.

I still favor the Chuck = JC theory because of the jokes cited above, but how awesome is it that a show that was initially about two hot guys roaming the American Midwest killing monsters could inspire this kind of debate?
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