Supernatural Season 7, Episode 20 introduced Charlie to the series. Here are the five best lines from The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragon Tattoo.
“The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo” is one of my favorite episodes of Supernatural Season 7, and for one reason: Charlie Bradbury. We get to meet the computer geek for the first time, and immediately fall in love with her quirky but brilliant ways. It was clear that she’d make a great ally for the Winchester brothers.
It’s time to break down the episode with the best lines. You’ll find most from Supernatural Season 7, Episode 20 certainly come from Charlie or they’re about/to her.
This is about them Levis living here forever, one percenter-style, while we march our dopey, fat asses down to the shiny new death camps at every corner.
We knew that Dick Roman had a bigger plan that was going on behind the scenes. In a way, it does make him one of the most dangerous creatures on Supernatural. It’s just a shame that the execution wasn’t quite right.
Regardless, Bobby knew that there was more to the coordinates than he was able to share with the Winchesters. It’s no wonder he stuck around as a ghost! It just shows the unfinished business he had but also his protectiveness of the Winchester brothers.
You have that thing, that spark that makes humans so special. Not everyone has it, you know. Most people can be replaced, but people like you are impossible to copy.
I love this line because what seems to be a compliment about Charlie turns out to be a weakness for the Leviathans. It turns out that they can’t copy everyone, and it’s likely linked to their brains. While they can copy a look, they can’t get every element of detail, and they need the smart people like Charlie around.
It’s easy to overlook the clue into this weakness of a Leviathan. But every time I rewatch this episode, the line stands out.
I’m going to die. I should’ve taken that job at Google.
Charlie looks back at her life choices as she realizes what’s coming for her. It’s something we all do, right?
In this case, she shares that she was offered a job at Google that she turned down. Considering she’s into rights and freedoms, as told through the hacking at the start of the episode, it’s not all that surprising she turned down a job at Google. She possibly thought that Dick Roman was the lesser of two evils. Oh, how wrong she was.
Mine is Princess Leia in a slave bikini straddling a 20-sided die. I was drunk, it was Comic-Con.
This is a moment that Charlie’s personality came to life. And we could see it just from what we’d learned about her up to this point. The best part is that we felt like we were getting to know Felicia Day more on Supernatural.
She makes a remark about a tattoo that she seems to regret but doesn’t at the same time. After all, there is clearly a story but one she doesn’t have time to explain. Also, it’s important to her love for geeky culture.
She’s kind of like the little sister I never wanted.
Finally, it’s all about Dean’s closing line about Charlie. As the Winchesters see her on a bus, he knows that they all got along swimmingly. She did fit in with the brothers, and this line made it clear that she would never come back as a love interest (and not just because she made it clear she was a lesbian). Dean made it clear that she was instantly like a sister to them.
Of course, this also connects to future episodes. It’s no wonder Dean took Charlie’s death so hard. Charlie immediately became family in this episode.
What were your favorite lines from Supernatural Season 7, Episode 20? What did you think of Charlie’s introduction? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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