"I'm not upset that you lied to me. I'm upset that from now on I can't believe you." - Friedrich Nietzsche
for someone who’s 70% water you don’t look very refreshing
water cannot be burned
guys who rarely wear suits look at least 385% hotter when wearing a suit while guys who usually wear suits look 451% hotter when wearing casual clothes trust me this is science
never rush me to do anything faster because i will panic and do it 23x slower
Then again, I mean, Sam could have just been under pressure or he could have lost some of his know-how when Gadreel scrambled his memory time and again or he could have just, you know, needed some time, like maybe he knew about how long he’d need. Maybe he didn’t fix stuff all that fast? Idek.
But yeah, it does sound a little, “Let’s write an episode about dogs where we never mention the GIGANTIC CHARACTER TRAIT OF SAM’S that is that Sam loves dogs.”
Meh, I’m done making excuses for inconsistencies like this. If Sam was fixing electric devices like air conditioners and vent fans, he shouldn’t need Linda to tell him what the U.S. electrical code is for a ground wire. Nope, not buying it. That’s the kind of thing that Sam would remember if not from his time as a handyman, then just from life experience in general. I don’t know that car ignitions follow the same color code, but we know that Sam has hotwired a car on more than a couple occasions.
The fact is that this set of writers dumb down the Winchesters when it is convenient for their plot. Not testing the workers at Castle Storage when they knew that Crowley had an accomplice there was dumb. Dean turning his back on Del in the storage locker was a rookie mistake. I’m tired of that kind of lazy writing, but maybe I’m being too hard on the writers. I mean, how can you write a character who is smarter than you are? That’s a serious limitation.