Great episode but – do anything you have to and get Crowley back! I do not care what the reasons are that he is gone. Well, I was wrong, Asmodeus was that stupid to leave Ketch and Gabriel alone to make that escape. But glad to see Asmodeus gone! Didn’t like him.
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Disappointed that Gabriel left them high and dry but he did that before and then he came back anyway only got “killed” by Lucifer. Loving the scene when Lucifer tried to stop the exorcism, a demon Anthony pretending to be Satan was hoping that it was Lucifer who came and stops Asmodeus from taking Gabriel, but cool to see Gabriel got his power back, but so strange he got it back from one little grace after years of losing it to Asmodeus, while Lucifer took a long time to get full power back. Stop the inconsistencies please. Supernatural Dean And Castiel. Unfortunately, there is now very bad blood between Mark Sheppard and TPTB because of the way Crowley was handled in season 12. Mark had the “audacity” (sarcasm) to say he felt like the character was spinning his wheels and not really progressing (which was the truth), and rather than try to come up with something new for Crowley the writers got pissy and killed him off.
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TPTB should do anything they can to get him back, up to and including selling their souls to a crossroads demon – not that I think they could get one to deal with them at this point. Mark/Crowley is gone for good.Why can’t people understand that you can’t force someone to do something they don’t want to do whatever the reasons are for why they aren’t doing it.And the showrunners/writers aren’t going to change what they’re doing to pander to him. who is asking them to pander? All we’re doing is expressing our sadness that he’s gone and our wish that they *could* get him back. Furthermore, I happen to be an actor, and if you think it was out of bounds for Mark to mention his concerns about his character’s development after seven years of appearing on a show (as your post seems to indicate) then you simply don’t know anything about the way collaborative artforms work. Mark saying, “I don’t feel like Crowley’s really going anywhere this season” is no more out of bounds than it was for Misha to ask to be written into the 200th episode. Only in one instance, TPTB looked at the actor making the request and politely declined, and in the other, they said, “Fine, we’ll just kill you off. How’s that for character progression?” See how one of these responses might have been a bit of an overreaction that has led to them screwing themselves by permanently losing a fan favorite?