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Still a little behind as I haven't seen the mid-season finale yet (as I was sick that night), but I'm already looking forward to upcoming episodes. I've enjoyed the season so far, even if it hasn't been as solid as last season. There isn't a strong overarching plot yet, though the characters have been spot on, for the most part.

That said, this is the episode I am looking forward to. Spoilers, obviously:
Question: Can the show give us any scoop on Supernatural Episode 11, which is rumored to have a de-aged Dean? —Kim
Ausiello: Dean’s not physically de-aging, but rather “trapped in a Memento-type loop, where he’s kind of losing his memory a little bit,” Dabb previews. “For him, as someone who struggles with all the baggage from years and years of doing a very, very difficult job, it almost becomes freeing, in a way. So you’re going to see a Dean that is a lot more fun and childlike. Jensen [Ackles] does a great job. Then it becomes a much more tragic story as he starts to forget Sam — and himself.”

Funny and tragic? Don't screw this up!!! That is my favorite type of episode LOL

Plus, there are Castiel episodes coming up and I always love those. Not to slight Sam or anything - I liked his episodes they showcased earlier this season.

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