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So, Sam is REALLY angry and Dean is VERY afraid. 
Dean convinced Sam to go the elephant is not in the room route, once again. Of course it is the only way he knows, but you can see Sam wonders. Sam wonders and Dean is afraid, very, of losing his brother. In a way I think Dean is right, no amount of talking is going to make the crap that is their life any better; on the other hand, to just keep that much anger/rage inside and feed it with frustration is not going to end up a pretty picture.  
Oh, the Show is confirmed to have another season, I am not sure how I feel about it. However, I suspect it explained why we are half way through the 5th season and still haven't seem much of Lucifer.

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dime_for_12 January 22nd, 2010
I kept seeing this episode as Sam looking for help - to deal with his issues, to get help in getting away from the path his life is on...all that good stuff. And it seemed like Dean was just shooting it down. I was left going, 'but Sam's trying," he's being open and honest like Dean always says he wants, until Sam actually does it (?). I don't know. I guess I was kind of left scratching my head.

fourtenpm January 23rd, 2010
in Dean's defense, bury it is the only way he knows how to deal; and the only way Sam knows how to deal is to focus on Dean burying it. They both have been pretty good at not seeing the elephant. Dean wants Sam to be open and honest, as long as their vulnerability is left alone, 'cause they have to keep functioning somehow.
Looking back, Dean has been afraid and Sam has been angry since season 1, way to go on personality consistence, Show!

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