Supernatural Episode 12.13 “Family Feud” SAM AND DEAN ASK ROWENA TO FIND CROWLEY’S SON – When Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) look into a murder at a museum, they learn a ghost from a merchant ship that sunk in 1723 may be at the heart of the mystery. After realizing “The Star” was the same ship that Crowley’s (Mark A. Sheppard) son Gavin McLeod (guest star Theo Devaney) should have been aboard, they enlist help from Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) to track Gavin down. Kelly Kline (guest star Courtney Ford), still pregnant with Lucifer’s child, takes refuge with a demon after an angel attempts to kill her. PJ Pesce directed the episode written by Brad Buckner and Eugenie Ross-Leming (#1213). Original airdate 2/23/2107.
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you know what takes my breath away? the fact that John and Sherlock always wanted to learn more about each other. they wanted to find out all the little details from the past because when you love someone you wanna soak up all their ups and downs, their history, to know about their relationships with siblings, to imagine their childhood time. john always was curious about Sherlock’s love/sex history, about his family, about his feud with Mycroft, he was very impressed to see his parents, he wanted to know when his birthday was, he wanted to know what Sherlock had inside his mind palace and what topics he found irrelevant. same thing about Sherlock trying to find out John’s middle name or investigating Sholto. now what wraps it up… is that John married the woman with a completely fake identity and he didn’t even notice that. I can’t stop thinking about it. she made it all up so neatly he believed everything? or he just didn’t ask her about these small personal things from her past at all? I believe the second is what actually happened. he didn’t care much. he didn’t need to know her. he accepted a facade of the person. and that, folks, is not love