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Posted: December 5, 2012 by ddbabygirl13 in Uncategorized
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“Supernatural’s” mid-season finales like to leave us with plenty of anxiety to enjoy over the holidays. (Remember the year that Dean was about to tell Sam what John whispered to him on his deathbed, and then the end credits rolled? That was not a merry Christmas in our house.) The final episode of 2012 is no exception; fans can expect the episode to end on a nail-biting cliffhanger for the brothers Winchester.The episode kicks off with Sam and Dean headed to Louisiana to investigate vampire killings, which Sam believes are linked to Benny. Suffice to say that Dean isn’t particularly thrilled to learn that Sam asked their old hunter friend Martin Creaser to track Benny. Yes, the same Martin who we last saw in a mental institution back in Season 5, after hunting became too much for him to bear. In fact, Martin’s history of crazy is exactly what made him the man for the job, according to executive producer Jeremy Carver. “He was something of a really great character. We really loved him, and you’ve got certain points in this episode where the quote-unquote ‘crazy guy’ might be the sanest guy in the room,” Carver tells us. “He’s dropped into a situation where you’ve got the Winchester brothers literally arguing about how they’re going to essentially deal with monsters in a way that he’s never heard hunters discuss monsters before. The idea of Dean having a relationship with this thing is so far from Martin’s understanding. In a weird way the guy who has had [mental] issues in the past lends a bit of balance to the episode, and, frankly, an element of unpredictability as well.”Martin becomes convinced that Benny is responsible for the bodies that have been piling up in his Louisiana hometown, where Benny has landed a job at a diner. Sam’s feelings about Benny are pretty clear — but Dean asks the other hunters to hold off on taking action until he can check in on his friend.

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