|I'm not in Kansas anymore.|
Yep, Charlie's back. And it turns out she's been doing some hunting on her own in the meantime. The boys are less than approving of her hunting alone, and with good reason, but nonetheless it's to business. She's able to hotwire the computer or something, but before they can use it, they notice something weird on the wall. You see, earlier, when they were messing with the computer, they knocked over this bottle of liquid that spilled onto the wall. And now a girl spills out of a cocoon-like thing that grew from the liquid. Just who is this girl?
|Auntie Em, Auntie Em!|
So, back in the present, the trio gets caught up on Dorothy and the Witch, who came to this world looking for some key. Luckily, Dorothy knows just what key she means. That is, a key that opens any door directly into Oz. She believes the witch would like to go back to Oz and decimate it for good.
Luckily, there are now ways to at least slow the witch down thanks to some tireless research done by some old Men of Letters. Charlie whips up some poppy bullets and they head out to find the key that Dean conveniently had just seen not too long ago, and also has somewhere in his room. He and Charlie go to get the key, only to get the witch after them. She goes to green lightning bolt Dean, only Charlie jumps in the way, which kills her. But because this is Supernatural and death means nothing, Dean asks Zeke to bring her back. Zeke agrees, but says that he's only at half strength so this is going to mean he'll have to stay in Sam longer.
|V-necks for Hunters.|
But, no luck for her, because Charlie saves the day, killing her with the red high heels. And, because she's had a nice connection with Dorothy, Dorothy invites her along to go back to Oz with her and finish whatever rebellion she started. And, because Charlie has been lamenting the lack of magic in the hunting life, she of course decides to go with her. So, I guess that gets rid of Charlie for a while.
- Game of Thrones references! Always love me a good GoT reference. Also fun to see what the boys do in their downtime, because honestly, they must have some downtime, you know?
- There's a lot of talk about how Sam hasn't moved in to the Men of Letters bunker and how he's never really had a home and anytime he has, it's pretty much gone up in flames, blah di blah. Age old discussions of misspent childhoods for $200, Alex.
- How many times are we going to see someone die arbitrarily so Zeke has to save them? Can we be done with that now? At least Sam finally heard the name Zeke and is wondering just who that is. Sam ain't no dummy. Dean's stories aren't making a whole lot of logical sense.
- When the young, impressionable Man of Letters was killed after being all starry-eyed about everything, it seemed to me that meant Charlie would die too because of the symmetry and whatnot, but then I thought to myself, no, that would be too obvious. Well. She did die. Ba dum bum.
- Next week's episode looks stupid, I'm sorry. Do we not remember the last time we had some dog-centic storyline and how terrible that episode was?
Dean: This was your idea?
Sam: Do you see anyone else in here?
Charlie: I took down a teenage vampire and a ghost. Which sounds like a YA novel when I say it out loud.
Sam: So... you've been hunting.
Charlie: I know. Not a good idea according to the Supernatural books.
Sam: You really can't delete those from the internet?
Charlie: Not even I can do that.
Sam: Nothing. Nobody. No bells. No.
Charlie: You keep your porn meticulously organized, but not--
Dean: Don't judge me.
Charlie: Ding dong, bitches.
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