Recap: Supernatural Episode 7.08 – Season 7, Time For A Wedding

Garth says some stuff I didn’t catch about putting Wifey in with his cousin in kind of a hunter’s version of witness protection, and Dean says he has a bad feeling about who is next in this series of short deals. He wants to get to Sam.

Back at Becky’s, she’s calling Guy for help with more elixir and Sam’s stumbling around, holding his head, trying to figure out where the hell he is and why the hell he’s with Becky. He wants to call Dean. So, Becky does the only thing she can: she hits him on the head with the waffle iron. With the amount of times this guy is hit in the head, it’s no wonder his brother thinks he could still be buckets of crazy.

Annnnnddd…we have Misery. No, seriously. I swear whoever wrote this likes their Stephen King. Sam wakes up and is tied, spread eagle to a bed – in a cabin where they were going to spend their honeymoon. So somehow Becky (who is half the size of Sam) got an unconscious Sam out of her apartment, into her car, into the cabin, into the bed, and tied him up. *hand wave*

And not only is he totally tied up…he has no pants on. Because they were too constricting, Becky said. But he is covered with a quilt. As Sam is busy dying from humiliation (or helpless frustration, I’m not sure), Becky’s asking him if he feels concussed, telling him to calm down, asking him if he’s thirsty, and (OMG) asks him if he needs a bottle so he can “tinkle” – she can help him. There’s no way I would have been able to get through that scene with a straight face.

Just then, Becky gets a video chat ping from Guy and tells him she needs more elixir because it’s wearing off faster and faster. She’s like, “This is not the honeymoon I had in mind…well, parts of it is, but not in that context.” HA!

Then she laments that they haven’t even consummated their marriage yet, and I was like, oh, thank GOD. Because just…eww, y’know? He was dosed, she was desperate, it would have been all kinds of wrong. Plus, as totally stalkerish as she was, I had kinda started to like Becky in spite of myself. Well, maybe not like, but felt for her. I didn’t want her to die bloody, okay? There.

Guy tells her to meet him in an hour and Becky goes back in to Sam – who has heard the whole exchange. There’s an awkward exchange between them – mainly awkward due to Sam’s being tied spread eagle and half naked to a bed – where he tells her Guy is her dealer and she argues that he’s her friend. He tells her that Guy is the one killing people, but Becky argues that he’s a wiccan, not a witch. Whoever is killing people is something else.

Sam: It’s never something else. When are there ever two crazy things in town at the same time?

Fair point.

Sam tells Becky that she’s next on Guy’s list, but Becky denies it, saying he doesn’t charge her anything for the elixir (course not, honey…has to get you hooked first, then charges for your desperation) and besides, it wouldn’t work unless Sam really loved her, deep down inside. *rubs heart* Poor Becky.

Sam: So you think I love you?

Becky (hesitant): Deep…deep down?

Sam: Then untie me.

Instead of doing that, though, she shoves a rag in his mouth, gagging him and tells him that he’s still working through his emotions. Sam garbles something through the gag and she’s all love you, too as she leaves.

Gaelicspirit

Gaelicspirit is a storyteller. She is a recent addition to Whedonverse Network, but has been writing and posting recap/reviews of Supernatural on LiveJournal since 2007. She works as a freelance writer and consultant in the real world, and is ever-connected to the six-degrees of Joss Whedon.

Gaelicspirit

Gaelicspirit is a storyteller. She is a recent addition to Whedonverse Network, but has been writing and posting recap/reviews of Supernatural on LiveJournal since 2007. She works as a freelance writer and consultant in the real world, and is ever-connected to the six-degrees of Joss Whedon.

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