Title: Is Sam Really Sam?
Description: What is happening to Sam in S6?
Ozsix(sic)six - October 21, 2010 07:08 PM (GMT)
I haven't read anything up on episode 6 so i'm not sure if any hints have been given as yet.
Do you think it's possible that, time, in the cage is a lot longer than in hell itself?
4 months was like what 40 years in hell? And Sam was in the cage all but what? a few hours?.....What if an hour was a lot longer than in hell itself? And Sam was long on his way into the change of becoming inhuman? I Think it would certainly be a good reason for why his behaviour as become so detached from his former self. Or maybe it's spending years in the company of Lucifer and as somehow torn away at his soul?
Anyone else got a theory?
WhatsInTheDark - October 21, 2010 07:36 PM (GMT)
I always thought the the cage was just like a part of hell, so time wouldn't be any different. It's an interesting thought though.
I wish I did have a theory as to why Sam's so weird. All I can think is maybe it has something to do with having Lucifer inside him or maybe the demon blood. It's like all of that evil was just feeding into the dark side of him, which is what Dean always feared. I'm interested to see what the reason is, and I'm hoping that it's a good one.
Nightshadeisis - October 21, 2010 09:07 PM (GMT)
My husband and I developed a theory after his and Dean's conversation by the car about how different he was. And I'm hoping that we're right, just for the fact that it would at least explain him and the prostitute and I'd feel a little less shocked by it.
I don't think Sam has his soul.
Rosewood - October 22, 2010 12:57 AM (GMT)
|QUOTE (Nightshadeisis @ Oct 21 2010, 05:07 PM)|
| My husband and I developed a theory after his and Dean's conversation by the car about how different he was. And I'm hoping that we're right, just for the fact that it would at least explain him and the prostitute and I'd feel a little less shocked by it.|
I don't think Sam has his soul.
Yes, that's my current theory since the Castiel/Balthazar episode talking about how valuable souls are and the cut away to Sam.
Though it's just as possible that the torment of the Cage destroyed it. Dean's soul was pretty much destroyed from the Pit - remember Famine told Dean he was empty inside which was why Dean could even stand in Famine's presence.
Nightshadeisis - October 23, 2010 01:30 PM (GMT)
Dean suffered PTSD when he got back, and rightfully so. The point of that problem is when you're dealing with something that was beyond the level of trauma your body and mind have ever experienced and are capable of handling. I've had it myself so I can relate, and if there's one thing that's shown me, it's that Dean's reactions were spot on. You shut down, you isolate. You're quick to temper outbursts, especially when you are pushed to "Talk about it." There is a LOT of emotion that goes in to having that problem. Sam can' even muster up one seriously Sam-like anger outburst at the moment. That was what made me start thinking, and obviously it got my husband's hackles up too. LOL.
Team Winchester - October 23, 2010 06:43 PM (GMT)
From the first episode I was afraid that wasn't the real Sam. Now after watching Friday's episode, my fears seem confirmed!! I was Crushed when I saw Sam smile after that gross old vampire made poor Dean swallow his blood!! Sam didn't care that Dean was being turned!! Why Sammy???
Please tell me Sam isn't Lucifer!!! Trying to return all the alpha's that escaped hell after Sam went down with the devil!