Monday, October 1, 2018

S03E05: Bedtime Stories

We weren't entranced by this Disney rendition of of Supernatural, but we are particularly spellbound by Sam's badassery in S03E05 "Bedtime Stories."

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  1. Hello again, ladies! I agree with you that "Bedtime Stories" is not one of the stronger episodes, but I feel like I need to defend Wile E. Coyote (both the man and the tattoo). Correct--a coyote and a wolf are two very different animals. But remember, this story is through the eyes of an 8-year-old child. When an 8-year-old hears stories about a "big bad wolf," what pop culture reference might easily spring to mind? Looney Toons' Wile E. Coyote.

    For the man with that tattoo? I really feel badly for him. For all we know, he was a perfectly stand-up citizen before this all happened with coma girl. His Wile E. Coyote tattoo might have been a reminder of warm childhood memories at his grandmother's house, eating freshly baked cookies and watching Looney Toons. He might do charity work every weekend, working with children from broken homes, and his fun tattoo was a way to break the ice and get a child with haunted eyes to smile for the first time in months.

    And now, all because of an 8-year-old's connection between Wile E. Coyote and a Big Bad Wolf, coma girl's supernatural ability to alter the lives of strangers has turned this man into a murderer and a kidnapper beyond his control. Sam and Dean leave town, the doctor says goodbye to his daughter, and the daughter moves on... but now Coyote Man is facing capital punishment for crimes he committed while under the spell of the little girl.

    Justice for Coyote Man!



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