SUPERNATURAL “Clap Your Hands If You Believe” Review

SUPERNATURAL (CW) Clap Your Hands If You Believe

SUPERNATURAL “Clap Your Hands If You Believe” Season 6 Episode 9 – Our first all-comedy episode of the season and I gotta say that I loved it. How can you not enjoy an episode where Dean has to battle tiny little people that no one can see but him?

And on that note, I am going to keep my opening comments really brief so as to allow for all of my favorite bits, as they were many. I think they speak for themselves as to just how much I enjoyed every single moment of this episode. 😉

My favorite bits…

The X-Files themed opening credits = So. Much. Awesome.

Sam telling the lady to add glue to the glitter she was sniffing and Dean explaining it away by calling it a “blood sugar” thing. LOL! Yeah, that’s one way to put it.

Dean offering to be Sam’s conscience until he “got back on the Soul Train”. In other words be his Jiminy Cricket. Oh there is just so much funny in that entire concept. Where do I possibly begin?

Sam reminding Dean that he was on his own for a year and doing just fine on his own. Good point actually. Though I’m kinda with Dean about being suspicious what his definition of “fine” was.

Dean screaming “UFO! UFO!” and “Close Encounters!” while running through a corn crop.

This line from Sam, and the best part being that he delivered it while calmly sipping his beer.
“Third kind already? I think you better run, man. I think the fourth kind is a butt thing.” – ROTFLMAO!!

Sam checking out a waitresses’ ass while his brother is being kidnapped by aliens. Okay I know he’s got no empathy but wouldn’t it seem prudent to go after Dean, even if purely from a logical sense?

Totally wanting Dean’s ring-tone.

Sam telling the chick that he’s had time to “adjust” to his brother getting abducted..30 minutes earlier.

Dean coming out of the while light firing away with both guns and then walking in on Sam getting’ busy back at the hotel room.

Dean re-thinking before sitting down on Sam’s bed. Teehee.

Dean’s reaction to Sam putting his hand on his knee and telling him it was a “safe room”.

Sam trying to pick up the waitress while Dean was trying to have a serious conversation with him. Ha! How’s it feel when the shoe’s on the other foot, Dean?

The entire conversation about suffering.

This bit:
Dean: “Can we just get out of here?”
Sam: “What’s wrong with you?”
Dean: “.before I hit you?”
Sam: “Okay, jeez”

Not only the fact that Dean got in a fight with a fairy, but the fact that it happened to the tune of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity”. So awesome.

The microwave “ding” as they went to commercial.

Dean inviting Sam to look at the “ech” and the “blech” in the microwave.

Sam checking to make sure he wasn’t supposed to laugh when Dean told him about the fight with the tiny little lady.. with nipples.

The way Dean said “she hit me..”

Finding out that the fairies took Dean because they only take first born sons. Huh, interesting.

The super-serious way Sam asked “Dean, did you service Oberon the King of the Fairies?”

Fining out that iron and silver work on fairies, and salt too, though not exactly in the same way as demons.

Sam’s massive hands trying to hold that teeny, tiny tea-cup.

Dean describing the place as “freaking full of Keeblers over here, man!”

Dean’s little freaked-out walk with a fairy on his ass. Okay, wow, never in a million years did I think I’d be writing that previous sentence.

Dean beating up the little girl’s father and calling him “fairy!”. Oops.

Laughing harder than I ever have in my life at Dean being put into the back of a police car while screaming “Fight those fairies!!!”

Wow, so all supernatural creatures really can tell that Sam is missing his soul. I’m still finding that very interesting and still wondering if there’s a reason they all keep pointing it out in each episode.

Sam telling the leprechaun he had a wish alright, and then hitting him the shotgun. Nice!

Sam finally remembering the damn salt so that he could send all those freaking fairies back where they came from. Go Sam!

Aw, the boys sharing a beer on the hood of the Impala. Just like old times.

Knowing without a doubt that Sam *was* having doubts about getting his soul back, despite what he said to Dean.

What did you think of this episode of Supernatural? How did it compare to previous comedy episodes from the series? Got any favorite bits or least favorite bits of your own? I’d love to hear from you!

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