The Winchesters found themselves on the same case in Supernatural Season 7, Episode 7. Here’s are my five favorite lines from The Mentalists.
After the events of Episode 6, the Winchesters decided to go their separate ways. That didn’t last long. Supernatural Season 7, Episode 7 saw them join together for a case involving spirits and psychics. It’s time to delve into the episode, looking at my five favorite lines from the episode.
This is one of those episodes that you may initially overlook. Coming off the back of “Slash Fiction,” it was always going to be tricky to follow. However, it’s got a beautiful storyline within the spirits, one of sibling rivalries but a need for each other. Here’s a look at the top lines from “The Mentalists.”
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When was the last time we saw a real psychic? Pamela? Missouri?
I do love when the show brings up some of the past. This was one of those cases. The Winchesters have only met a small handful of real psychics in the past, and we got the mentions of the two most important ones. Oh, how I miss both of them!
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Of course that was just a stage name… they weren’t actually brothers. That was a cover for their alternative lifestyle.
Ah, you’ve got to love the time period, right. Yes, sarcasm there. One thing I do love about this line is that Supernatural sticks to real facts. Many people who lived an “alternate lifestyle” would pretend they were siblings in a new town. It was more accepting.
However, it’s clear that because they weren’t siblings was the reason they likely got along so well. But there’s no judgment from the museum curator in this line. Just a statement of fact.
I’m sorry I don’t normally do this during business hours, but do you know an Eleanor or an Ellen? She seems quite concerned about you. She wants to tell you, pardon me, if you don’t tell someone how bad it really is? She’ll kick your ass from beyond.
Dean doesn’t ask for the museum curator to prove that he’s a real psychic. In fact, we don’t even get the feeling that he could be a real psychic. Yet, he says that there’s a message from the beyond.
What’s interesting is that he doesn’t get any of this information from Dean. Most fakes will hear the name or wait for an expression to confirm something. This psychic just focused on what Dean needed to hear. I loved that he proved he could do something for good and not just to make money.
See, there’s, uh, fake whoo-whoo crap, and there’s real whoo-whoo crap.
Dean has a way with words. This isn’t the first time in the show that he’s pointed out there’s fake magic and real magic. He knows that a lot of psychics out there are fakes, but he also knows that there are some very real ones.
His way of trying to explain things has always been fun. This is just one of those times.
Well, answer’s hazy. Try again later.
I just had to chuckle at this line. Melanie was a great character, and had great chemistry with Dean. I just loved her sarcastic answers, especially this connection to the Magic-8 ball. Each time I rewatch this episode, I chuckle away.
What did you think of Supernatural Season 7, Episode 7? What were your favorite lines? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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