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I waited a day before I wrote this, as not to be hella bitter. It helped a lot that I went into the finale with great pragmatism and adjusted expectations, and upon watching it a second time, I'm marginally less annoyed with the overall ridiculousness and diminished quality of the storytelling. I feel like I have to note this from the get-go, so y'all know the sort of review this is likely to be. Carry on, so warned!
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And here's what bloomed from my brain for this year's spnspringfling. All my love to the patient and wonderful oddishly and glovered for keeping this gem running.
Title: The Redhead, the Raven Girl, and the Boy (AO3 here) Giftee: lady_simoriah Pairing/Characters: Jensen/Danneel/Gen/Jared Word count: 2145 Rating: PG-13 Warnings: grown-up words, depression, mourning, but hope! Summary: He's suffered loss, more than most. Not just from the wild fire five years ago that torched his land, his house, his family, but a deep-seeded death of the soul.
Last night, I watched the last two episodes for the second time (Bring 'em Back Alive and Funeralia) – which I don't always do this season, so that says something – and I'm not sure I'm any closer to feeling anything conclusive about this big ol' S13.
So I'll just make a few general observations, spinning into the last few episodes of the season.