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Sep. 14th, 2007

Hm, I`m in a strange place right now. I actually kinda wanna see a new episode of Supernatural Season 3, like yesterday. Now, I guess you all won`t find it odd but my motive is more a lip-biting "please be okay, please be okay". I want to know if it`s still the show I love, you know? And that`s kinda sad because last year I was all about the excited squee. Sigh.

I can just say if I wasn`t reading spoilers, like the actual sides, all the interview and general promo stuff would NOT make me wanna watch. Violently so. Man, I find that stuff depressing. It`s basically a manifesto of "all the stuff I HATED in Season 2 - only more of it." Urgh. I need to stop reading interviews, I guess. Actual spoilers are the way to go. :-p They are the only things giving me hope so far.

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katikat
Sep. 14th, 2007 10:11 pm (UTC)
I know exactly how you feel. I'm excited about the season but scared at the same time. I didn't read the sites - that would be too much spoilers for me - but I went through the general spoilers and I must tell you that I'm quite worried. All we hear about these days are the girls. Cassidy and Cohan here and there and in this interview and in that interview. WHERE ARE JENSEN AND JARED? It feels like they were shoved into the background completely. I'm afraid that they are turning it into another Buffy show and even though I liked Buffy, one Buffy was more than enough. And besides, Kripke said that the girls wouldn't travel with them, Cassidy said that she would travel with them. I feel like on a roller-coaster. Who is lying here? The creator who is trying to keep his audience or the actress who is actually playing the part?
astri13
Sep. 14th, 2007 10:18 pm (UTC)
I know. I also really don`t care for the cheeseburgers and sex stuff for Dean. That`s all nice and well as a bit of fun on the side but if that`s supposed to be ALL, I`d be annoyed. I wanted him to get his passion for hunting back.

Without going into any details I can at least tell you that the sides (most of them) still seem like the show we`ve known for the past 2 years. There is some good stuff in there for the boys. Only one was "girl-annoying".
katikat
Sep. 14th, 2007 10:39 pm (UTC)
I agree. The cheesburgers and sex are kinda... over the top. Sure, I can see him enjoying himself but if I should go to Hell, I would be interested in doing many more things than just humping somebody's leg, really. I hope that Kripke is speaking figuratively here.

And I really hope that the show will stay the same. But the fact that Kripke already "paired" the girls up, Cassidy and Jared, Cohan and Jensen, simply means less time for the boys together. Which even Jensen confirmed saying, that their schedule is not so tight anymore...

I don't know. Maybe if there have been recuring females characters from the very beginning, I wouldn't be so annoyed but now it feels like more and more girls are creeping out from dark holes all around like rats X( This show has always been about MEN! I don't want any chicks with attitude!

If they wanted girls, why couldn't they keep some of the likable ones from S1? Sarah, Andrea, Kathrine... Missouri for that matter. No, it must be a chick whose only goal in the show will be to make the men look dumb.

*takes a deep breath* Okay, I will stop ranting now. Hehe, see, I'm pretty nit-picky myself :P
aizjanika
Sep. 17th, 2007 09:46 pm (UTC)
I also really don`t care for the cheeseburgers and sex stuff for Dean. That`s all nice and well as a bit of fun on the side but if that`s supposed to be ALL,

I don't even like those things as side things. That's not how I see the character of Dean at all. I thought it was cute to see him eating as part of a scene (like eating the French fries in...whatever episode that was *g*), but when they started turning it into a THING--that's what I stopped liking it. The eating stopped being incidental--a natural part of the scene--and became a reason for a scene, a character thing.
aizjanika
Sep. 15th, 2007 02:06 am (UTC)
That's basically how I feel, too--it's all the things I disliked about season 2, but amplified.

So far, though, I've found the actual spoilers to be even worse than the interviews. *g*
astri13
Sep. 17th, 2007 10:45 am (UTC)
So far, though, I've found the actual spoilers to be even worse than the interviews. *g*

I like them because it shows Dean actually doing more than stuffing his face. Yes, I`m such a minimalist. Damn, I don`t want to have to go look for another show to give my soul too. I`m a creature of habit and I loathe changes. :-p

And I just know as long as Jensen is there, I will watch it because I`m weak. *hangs head* However I do know that after this show not only will Jensen and possibly Jared not have a place anymore on the CW - aka Tweener Central - but I will be finished with this network too. Yeehaw.

And then afterwards, can Jensen please come to House? Would be my personal dream. Of course only if House is still good by that time. I`m pretty sure it would still be ON, anyways. :)
aizjanika
Sep. 17th, 2007 09:43 pm (UTC)
I liked the latest sides except for the hated phone call with Bela.

I understand your feelings about watching as long as Jensen is on the show. I used to feel that way, too, until Stargate. I have sat through all sorts of ridiculous movies and TV shows and anything to see my favorite actors, but I never loved any character as much as Daniel Jackson. I never wanted to stop watching Stargate (or anything) as long as Michael Shanks was in it, but Stargate killed that love. I ended up really hating the character by the end, and it sort of soured my love for the actor a bit, too.

I don't want to end up feeling that way about Jensen or Dean.

I've never seen House. *g* I'd love to see Jensen on some other kind of show that I'd actually really like.
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