Where episode one of the new season focused on the angel problem and episode two the return of Abaddon the third episode takes a quieter moment to follow the journey of Castiel and his adjustment to being human.
As Sam and Dean attempt to find their wayward former angel Castiel tries to make his way across the country to the Winchester bunker, spending his time working in a shelter, making friends with the homeless and even unwittingly flirting his way into a woman’s bed. All this is done with a child like blunder and naivete that is more touching than silly.
|Bartholomew plots his campaign to retake heaven.|
A slower paced but personal episode that sidelines the Winchesters to focus on Castiel yet also manages to introduce another of the ‘big players’ in the season story arc. The episode is also noteworthy for introducing the first ever onscreen angel possession. A beautiful special effect that acts as a perfect opposite to the demons black smoke.
A great episode that pushes Castiel to the fore and gives Misha Collins a chance to show more of his acting range. 8/10
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