So, I’m warning you now, this is a sad one. This was a surprisingly full episode full of an equally surprising amount of loss!! The episode follows Carol, Tyrese, Lizzie, Mika, and Judith as they happen upon a small pecan farm.
This episode exclusively followed Beth and Daryl and we got yet another focused look at a character we didn’t know a whole lot about. Sure, we know both of them on the surface, how they react, and that Daryl is a badass hunter/tracker/walker killer, but we don’t know what they were like before the apocalypse, what their desires are, anything.
Finally, Supernatural is back! This time until further notice! They kick it right into gear and directly into our feels this episode, recapping all the pain, loss, and harsh words that have befell our beloved Winchesters.
This episode gave us a look into what some of the main players from the prison have gotten into since they escaped the prison. The way they did the mid season finale allowed the writers to reintroduce characters back to you, and have you get very excited to see their faces again! I think that’s brilliant.
In “Bad Boys,” we traveled back into Winchester history to a two-month period where a 16 year old Dean found himself living in a home for troubled boys run by a man named Sonny after being caught stealing bread and peanut butter from a local market. He had to steal food because he had lost the food money John left them in a card game. Sam got sent to live with Bobby and John left Dean at the boys home as punishment. Read More »