Day 12 - Your favorite funny scene
When Castiel was drunk in the beginning of "99 Problems", mostly because he has a bitchier attitude towards the brothers than usually and despite it being somewhat depressing knowing the reasons why he got drunk in the first place it was still kind of hilarious and entertaining watching him because we got to see him saying that he drank an entire liquor store, bitching out both Sam and Dean, attempting to make inside jokes that neither of them understood with the "it's funnier in Enochian" line. And yeah, I don't know, I just found it highly amusing.
Then again, Castiel has a lot of funny scenes because of his lack of understanding of human interaction or sarcasm, what with his constant "I don't understand that reference" and "he's not on any flatbread" one liners and all. ^_^
As for particular episodes, I adored "Tall Tales" because it demonstrated yet again the brotherly dynamic between Sam and Dean on on typical level: ridiculous sibling squabbles. It reminds me so much of my own quarrels with my sister every now and then that it just makes me laugh. Especially the one-upping of over-exaggerated storytelling, lol. I also wanna give a shoutout to "Free To Be You And Me" because of all the Dean/Castiel interactions which were adorable and funny at the same time, especially with Castiel's failed attempt to pretend to be an FBI agent. I mean, who can forget this adorable scene:
HEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!! ♥ They need Castiel on cases more often, just for moments like this. ^__^
Rest of the 30 Days of Supernatural Challenge.
Regarding the postponement of the new episode of Supernatural...I'm strangely not bothered by it, in all honesty. Perhaps it's my disconnected feeling I have towards the show talking, idk. I can understand the mass confusion about the questionable decision to abruptly change the schedule the day before the episode supposedly was going to air, particularly after all the spoiler clips and reviews arising. But fandom's collective uproar has me scratching my head. Then again, I've been desensitized to this because some of my shows have had prolonged midseason hiatuses, one was preempted and rescheduled several times for almost a year before it returned.
So really, one week of waiting is hardly in comparison to that, imo. /kanyeshrug