Okay. So I, like much of my FList apparently, have a tiny embarrassment/humiliation squick. I am proud though, that not only did I not flinch away at all during this ep but I didn't cover my eyes either (Just the lower half of my face). Nor did I close my eyes for very long, nor did I push my glasses out of the way to make it too blurry to see.
Though I almost did during the scene where Sam hugs the kid, the one from the first Director's Clip?
So. Let's look at this.
Sam thinks Dean drinks too much and the chicks he picks up are skeazy and drunk (SHE THREW UP IN HER MOUTH!) and that he stuffs his face like a pig and has no manners.
Dean thinks Sam is swishy (How else can you describe Sam at the bar?) and says "pansy" things and is all girly and emotional. Also he may or may not lisp. And? Worth noting? Dean pictures his chicks kinda classyish and is completely aware of just how gorgeous he is. And apparently when chicks talk all he hears is them saying how magnificent he is. Dean totally sees Sam as a pissy, jealous boyfriend. Come on, did you see that scene?
Neither of the boys should ever change. Ever.
I'm not sure how much I like the new computer being referred to as Sam's but... Eh. I love that Dean surfs for porn on it. Though I still maintain, and site Nightshifter as proof, that Dean is an ass man.
I love Bobby. I love him, I love him, I love him. He reminds me of Snape in that one scene in Goblet of Fire when Snape smacked Harry and Ron.
I loved the Trickster too. He's not evil, just kinda warped.
I think Jensen with his cheeks full of food may be one of the funniest things ever. And every time he talked I couldn't understand what he said because I was too busy laughing. And the end part? Where he smiled and showed us his food? SUCH A BOY. Also? Yeah, I was having porny thoughts there too.
I love that my show is not afraid to make fun of itself, that it enjoys doing it even. It doesn't take itself too seriously, only as serious as it should.
In closing? "I know what you and your brother do," is the best quote ever taken out of context since time.