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User talk:Anderson54

627 bytes added, 01:50, 2 March 2011
Gender is a tough issue with beings that are naturally disembodied. I would agree with you that Raphael is a masculine entity just as Anna is a feminine entity. I am on the fence about the pronoun, though, because referring to Raphael as a she helps to distinguish the existence of a new vessel. Both 'he' and 'she' are currently being used in articles about the episode. This may be an issue that gets decided by the show, come to think of it. If Sam and Dean refer to Raphael as a 'him' or a 'her' once they are accustomed to the new vessel, then it'll be canon. --[[User:MisterGlass|MisterGlass]] 01:50, 2 March 2011 (UTC)
Hello again. I have nothing new to add on the issue of the horsemen's rings, and probably will not until Death's next appearance, which I assume will be later this season. As far as pages that need updated right now, I haven't had a chance to look in depth, but I think some episode entries need spell checked. Table of Death made need the latest episode added. Episode 15 had its good moments, but it is not my favorite. I feel that The Monster at the End of This Book and The Real Ghostbusters were better. I disliked the depiction of the 'real' world. There is something about Sam and Dean invading the lives of real people that makes me uncomfortable. And seeing some of those real people killed, even in a satire, made it worse. Misha's death in particular was disturbing. --[[User:MisterGlass|MisterGlass]] 00:53, 28 February 2011 (UTC)

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