Regular lurker reporting for the first time!
Lovely analysis, as per usual. The time-travel-paradox issues had my eyes spinning, but this episode was so good for the drama.
One question, though -- what of the deals that Azazel made in "In the Beginning"? Here's assuming that he was targeting the, uh, "Cain-and-Abel" bloodline, which comes from John. Why the deals? Why couldn't he have just traced the kids down and tainted their blood with his? (And he ended up killing Mary anyway) It's been a while since I saw ITB, so forgive me if I'm forgetting something obvious, but even so.
"how Mary and the brothers realized John had gone to the garage after his phone call"
I wondered that, too - before I thought that maybe Mary figured that the only place John would go on such short notice and promise to return so quickly from - without specifying its name - would be his workplace.
And, uh, I've only ever seen snow twice in my life, and both times I was thousands of miles away from home, so sorry, I can't sympathise. :p
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