The ‘Supernatural’ season 6 finale is upon us! With the battle for heaven coming to a head, and Sam’s mental wall coming down, will the Winchester brothers be able to save the day?
Supernatural Seasons 1-6 DVD for Sale Starting things off with a tale of betrayal, the kidnapping of Dean’s former family – Ben and Lisa, served to perfectly set the tone for finale, and prepare viewers for what’s to come. With Castiel becoming desperate in his actions, it’s intriguing to see a series such as Supernatural delve into the grey area of what may, or may not, be acceptable in a situation – given its perceived importance.
Even though transforming the fan-favorite character of Castiel into a quasi-villain was one of the simplest ways to enact television’s familiar “twist,” there’s still something to be said for the series’ ability to slowly blur the lines of what is right – and allow the audiences to come to their own moral conclusion.
It seems everything starts going darkside when Crowley gets sick of the brothers meddling in his plans to build a Purgatory can opener, he has his minions kidnap Lisa and Ben. And given that he's in league with Cas, it's hard for Dean to believe that Cas isn't somehow involved in this evil distraction. So the brothers call on Balthazar for help, who gives them the old quirky grin and "I'll help you because it helps me" speech, even though it's pretty clear that he's as worried about Cas as the Winchesters are. As Cas gets more powerful, his decisions are getting morally questionable. "I'll be your double agent," Balthazar says, promising to let the brothers know what Cas is doing behind their backs.
It turns out that Cas wasn't involved in Crowley's kidnap plan, but he's also not willing to rescue them. He promises Dean that they'll remain safe as long as the brothers just stand back and let him crack Purgatory.
Seemingly to balance all the darkness, we were also shown the few bright spots in his life ,all of which featured Sam and Dean, which I guess, in a way, also means the boys played a big part in the episode despite not having an overtly active role. In one scene, Bobby ignored John’s orders and took a maybe 8-year-old Dean to the park to toss around a baseball, telling him that he deserved a chance to be a “regular, snot-nosed little jerk.” Bobby, you poet. Watching this play out, present day Bobby smiled, just a bit and I smiled a lot.But easily the best moment came at the end of the episode, when the Reaper appeared to tell Bobby he was out of memories in which to hide. “This is the last chance for you to come with me and move on. For your own good, Bobby, let go. They’ll be okay without you,” the Reaper told him. “Last memory, huh?” Bobby asked. “Glad I saved the best for last.”And Bobby like DVDs for sale online,too.