Friday, May 9, 2014

King of the Damned Review

Once they showed "Scotland, 1732", I knew right away it was going to be about Crowley. I actually thought at first that Abaddon was going to try to kill Crowley before he became a demon. It turns out she was just after leverage. It's going to be interesting to see how Crowley's kid makes out in the 21st century.

I'm surprised the boys didn't kill Crowley right then and there. He'd exceeded his usefulness, there's no longer any point in keeping him around. If I were Dean, I would have just taken the Blade and chopped off his head.

It seems the remaining two episodes are going to be about Metatron. He and Abaddon haven't had much screen time for the main villains of the season. This season has had a lot of episodes that weren't relevant to the story arc. They've told some great stories, but the big story they're trying to tell has been rather lacking.

Most season finales so far have had some sort of cliffhanger. I'm having a hard time figuring out what this season's is going to be. They had a main character death last season, so we probably won't have one of those this month. My money is on the emergence of a new villain. Either that, or the reappearance of an old one, such as Lucifer. I want that because I want to see more archangels.

Dean is definitely turning into a demon. In this episode he showed clear telekinetic powers and superhuman strength. He needs to get rid of the mark before he turns into a full demon. In fact, the cliffhanger of this season might involve Dean's eyes turning black.

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