Supernatural: Pac-Man Fever Review Comments -


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DaForce1 4/28/2013 2:52:41 AM

 I found this episode to be the worst of the season. I even fell asleep in the last few minutes, woke up, went back, fell asleep again, and gave up. Honestly, I'm kind of hoping someone will give Felicia Day a show on some channel I don't get just so we can start cutting her boring cameos on other shows down. 

Tim, you call her quirky, I call her annoying. So much so, that here's to hoping that she gets offed by Crowley by the end of the season. This filler episode was an F all the way around. The writers could have easily made this one about the search for Kevin...or even the search for Cas, but instead we got a lame cameo from yet another quirky 'nerd' girl. Ugh.

DaForce1 4/28/2013 2:54:31 AM

 Oh, and Charlie didn't discover that the monster of the week was a Djinn...that was Dean using Papa Wincester's Book. 

Bryzarro 4/28/2013 9:36:56 AM

 Yeah this was a bad episode to me too. I would barely let it go with a C. Day was good for that episode last season but is nowhere close to what a good Supernatural natural should be.  I too find her annoying.  Please let this be the last of the writers trying to lure other fans into the show by casting the likes of Day. 

Get on with the season arc which it looks like next week will be.  But how about that closing scene with Sam. That was the best part of the episode to me. 

SarcasticCaveman 4/28/2013 5:50:02 PM

 Huh.  I love Felicia Day and her character.  I agree with the review, the "threat" in this episode was meager at best, but then again, in this episode the actual monster was kind of secondary.  It was Charlie letting go of her personal demons that was the real issue.  The Djhin just put the actions to do so in motion.  I'm still hoping for another Ghostfacers episode too.  I really miss those nerds.

TheSilentKiller 4/28/2013 8:33:09 PM

I thought Felicia was fine. She's no Bobby, but then - who is? I do agree with Caveman about the point of the episode, and the Djinn as a secondary focus.

But where did those wacky Nazi's get to?

SarcasticCaveman 4/28/2013 8:40:55 PM

 YES! Bring back the Nazis! (I would never EVER say that if it weren't for this show...LOL)

SarcasticCaveman 4/28/2013 8:43:43 PM

 I also thought it was a beautiful moment at the end when Charlie told Dean that she loved him, and he gave her the Han Solo response.  She trusted him enough to say the words, and he admires and respects her enough to know that she doesn't mean in an erotic way.  Name any other time that Dean Winchester wouldn't hit on a cute redhead or freak out after one said those words to him.  Talk about some character development.



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