The cake is a lie!
I suppose I'd try a sip to see if it taste as much like grape Kool-Aid as it looks like it does. But I actually don't drink (not for any pious moral reasons, simply despise the taste). Still, I'd be curious. Actually, now that I think about it, I think the recipe for it was in the season 2 companion book.
Do you like that Azazel, Ruby, Lilith, Meg, etc. get played by different actors each time?
What do creeps you out more - the spooky or the gory bits?
Sorry, another open question, I know. But the alternative would be to pick one category and have you agree or disagree, and that's creating prejudice already - that's my marketing research background kicking in here.
Forgive my rambling while I try and sort this out in my own mind. I am not a fan of horror in general. Mostly because of the things jumping at you, but the OTT gore also gets me. After so many episode of Supernatural, I have noticed I can now usually anticipate both the spooky and the gore, which takes away a bit from the shock. And WHEN I can see them both coming, I notice lately that I enjoy the spooky, but still turn away when I see a circular saw or a garbage disposal come into frame!...so I guess my answer would be the gore?
Is there any specific episode you really wish had been expanded more? Like there was more to tell, it felt too rushed, or the story was just too good to end where it did?
Actually, I can't think of one offhand. The writers have been doing an amazing job at telling the stories and tying up lose ends, even if it's seasons later. One episode that appeared a bit rushed IMO was Sympathy for the Devil. I think they tried to cram a bit much into that one, so it left a few question marks. For example when Dean had the time to draw the blood sigil on the sliding door. But I can forgive them for it, considering what an awesome season premier it was.Is there any specific episode you really wish had been expanded more? Like there was more to tell, it felt too rushed, or the story was just too good to end where it did?
Do you agree with the spn.tv poll that Alistair is the best Spn villain ever?
Do you think God will ever show up?
Got this question from some fan complaints Kripke has talked about over the seasons. Do you think the show unfairly highlights one brother more than the other?
Did you enjoy the time travelling episodes on the show, and did they make sense to you in terms of cause and effect?
Do you think the pilot episode is still a good representation of what the show is about as a whole now that we are 4.5 years into it? (make sense?)
On the show there have been several instances where the boys - under the influence of some spell or spirit - voiced their resentments or jealousy of each other. And later denied that they had meant it. Do you think this is really an issue, or is it just the fact that the creature (e.g. the Siren) messed with their heads?
Can you notice a style difference for each of the various directors?
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If one of the boys had to die at the end of S5, do you think Sam would be able to better deal with his losing his brother than Dean would?