Supernatural Season 10 Review “Girls, Girls, Girls” – Hello, Mommy!

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In this episode of Supernatural, called “Girls, Girls, Girls,” Dean joins a dating site that leads to a demon running a brothel, while Castiel and Crowley both have issues of their own.

You can tell how much I enjoy an episode if the first thing I do when it’s over is turn around and watch it again. That’s exactly what I did with this one as there were so many elements, I had to go back and see what I missed.

Rowena the powerful, natural witch is Crowley’s mother? Even after watching it twice, I’m still trying to wrap my head around that. There wasn’t a ton of information, but one thing I noticed right away was how seeing her stopped him in his tracks. That’s an emotional response we’ve never seen from Crowley before and I’m curious to see how he continues to act towards her. I already thought Rowena was a fantastic character, but that last moment made her appearance even better.

As for the brothers, it was nice to see Dean acting like his old self again and chasing after the ladies. But it was interesting to see that another one of his old behaviors popped up again as well. Dean is a master at blaming himself for everything and that speech he gave to Cole was surprising and yet not. It was surprising to hear him say that he was beyond saving because he hasn’t shown that attitude since becoming human again. Yet it wasn’t surprising at all, knowing what we all know about Dean.

The look on Sam’s face when Dean said it was very telling. Sam didn’t know his brother felt that way and I know he wasn’t buying Dean’s “I said what he wanted to hear” any more than I was. Could this be another symptom of the Mark or simply Dean realizing that the Mark will kill him one way or another? Either way, I think it’s time that thing gets handled once and for all.

Castiel and Hannah’s story took a turn I didn’t expect at all. I had a feeling she was going to have a hard time fighting off her growing attachment to Cas, but I didn’t think it would drive her to leave him and give up their mission. Then again, I never expected her vessel’s husband to show up either. I was struck by her speech about how the feelings they were experiencing didn’t belong to them and how they should get back to their original mission of protecting humans. That was a point of view I hadn’t considered.

Hannah returning home and releasing her vessel obviously has Castiel thinking about his own vessel’s family and I can’t wait to see how that storyline progresses. In fact, there were so many great storylines in this episode it’s hard to know which one I’m looking forward to the most.

My favorite bits:

That profile pic.

The way Sam said Dean’s screen name. That is all.

Sam reading the texts from Shaylene.

Sam finding out the hard way that Shaylene wasn’t some guy named Bruce.

Dean driving hours out of their way to get laid. Well, it’s nice to see the old Dean back.

Castiel trying so hard not to look when Hannah stripped.

Hannah: “Does this bother you?”
Castiel: “Bothered? I’m not.” – Ha! My guess Cas is going to need that shower next.

Dean discovering exactly why Shaylene was so available. Oopsie.

Dean’s code: “No cash for ass.”

Dean’s hooker asking for his soul. That’s what I call an expensive call girl.

Shaylene taking the demon out on her own. Wow!

“Hardly the most appetizing process in the world, but killing demons always makes me hungry.” – I like this chick.

Castiel meeting Hannah’s “husband.” Awkward.

That kiss. Whoa. I know it started out as an act, but it got very real about halfway through.

Crowley: “I’m evil. That’s tacky.”

Castiel talking about Jimmy’s family. Aw.

Hannah describing how Caroline was screaming inside for her husband.

Hannah giving her vessel back to Caroline. Wow.

Elle punching Rowena. Good for her!

Cole showing up at the worse possible moment.

Deciding that Dean taking a splash of holy water to the face will never stop being funny.

This line killed me: “The people who love me, they pulled me back from that edge.”

This line killed me more: “I’m past saving.”

Sam reminding Cole that his family needed him.

Castiel dropping Caroline off and then looking up Jimmy. Oh man, I so can’t wait for him to see his (oops, Jimmy’s) daughter again.

Dean claiming he was just telling Cole what he needed to hear. Sorry, I’m not buying it.

Crowley mumbling about the people working for him being needy, squalling, incompetent infants.

Crowley stopping dead in his tracks when he met Rowena. What was that about?

Wait. Mother?? Holy crapoly!

What did you think of this episode of Supernatural? Got any favorite bits or least favorite bits of your own? Sound off in the comments below, I love hearing from you guys!