Supernatural Season 7, Episode 8 may not be one of my favorite episodes ever, but it had some great lines. Here are my five favorite lines.
“Season Seven, Time for a Wedding” certainly isn’t my favorite episode of Supernatural. In fact, it’s an episode I passionately dislike and tend to skip over. The only benefit of the episode is Garth’s introduction. And it’s Garth’s introduction that brings many of the best lines from the episode.
We’re getting back into the look backs at Supernatural Season 7. Here are the five best lines from Episode 8.
The only place people understood me was on the message boards. They were grumpy and overly literal but at least we shared a common passion.
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Becky does get one of the best lines. I think for me, this line really looks into what she’s feeling inside. It doesn’t justify her actions but it explains them, adds a reason to them. She struggles in the real world, and I think we all feel like that sometimes.
I know after being at a Supernatural convention that I’m better off remaining online chatting. I still struggle with people in person because of my introverted nature. But online, I can be more like myself. But Becky does note some of the downsides to the message boards. There are many more!
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He said you’d be all surly and premenstrual working with me.
Garth gets one of the best lines. In fact, he has another one coming up. I just love that Garth and Bobby have already discussed Dean. Bobby knew exactly how Dean would react to seeing Garth and purposely warns Garth about it.
Personally, Garth won his way into my heart immediately. Now I worry every time he shows up because he might die. I’d rather keep a character off-screen and believe he’s happy somewhere than watch him die.
…hopefully fix this and everybody’s home in time for America’s Got Talent.
The next line from Supernatural Season 7, Episode 8 is another Garth one. He started off so optimistic. In a way, he’s like a child, but he also has a great mind for hunting. He’s confident even if he doesn’t look like the standard hunter.
And who doesn’t like America’s Got Talent? My favorites are always the dancers and the comedians.
Yes, when a person bargains away his soul, he gets a decade, technically. But accidents happen.
Guy does get one of the lines. I love that he makes a point of finding a loophole to call in the deals early. Why hasn’t a demon thought of this before. Well, we get to find out next.
This isn’t Wall Street, this is Hell! We have a little something called integrity. If this gets out, who’ll deal with us? Nobody! Then, where are we?
Yep, Crowley steps in at the end. He has some excellent lines as he makes a point of deals and sticking to them. This is the one that stands out the most. He pokes at the Wall Street scandals, making a note that Hell has more integrity.
You know why Hell has more integrity? To make sure people still keep making deals. After all, the demons need people to make deals to ensure plenty of souls head there. You can’t blame Crowley for wanted to stick to his word. That’s always been what he’s good for.
What were your favorite lines from Supernatural Season 7, Episode 8? What did you think of the twists at the end of the episode? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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