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WRITTEN BY: Sera Gamble
DIRECTED BY: Charles Beeson
ORIGINAL AIRDATE: May 8, 2008
SUMMARY: "In 1816, a doctor sought the secret to eternal life by harvesting vital organs from the living. Maybe he found it: the doc is still going strong in 2008."

MY THOUGHTS

*Sooooo glad to be rid of Bela

*This is the episode where we meet Rufus

*Jared is looking REALLY good in this ep

THINGS I LIKED ABOUT THIS EP

*The desperation. One ep and Dean goes to Hell. You can almost feel the stress coming out of both Sam and Dean. Loved it.

*Rufus, and his hints that living as a hunter will eventually turn you mad.

*The end of Bela. About time.

*The story, very interesting, very appropriate for the plot at this time. It was a MOTW, but a MOTW that fit very well into the story arc.

*Dean's refusal to become non-human in order to survive. Quality of life issues, concepts of what it really means to live pop into my mind.

THINGS I DIDN'T LIKE ABOUT THIS EP

*Bela. Is it possible for her to be any more unlikeable?

*I wish they'd shown us more of why Bela wanted her parents dead. I don't think it was just money.

*Sam and Dean should know better than to split up. It always turns out bad.

Screencaps here...

RATING
M.O.T.W.: A-
OVERALL: A
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