Supernatural (Sam Winchester) Essay

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SUPERNATURAL (SAM WINCHESTER)
ENGL206-1104A
Unit 2 Individual Project
By: Amee Park
October 16, 2011
My analysis of a fictional character from a Television series would be Sam Winchester of Supernatural. This is a television series about two brothers who hunt down demons and kill them. I actually watch this show every morning so I have learned a lot about it, and Sam is my favorite character. Sam is the youngest child to John and Mary Winchester from Lawrence, Kansas. He has an older brother name Dean which is who he hunts with. Sam’s mother died when he was only six months old, she was killed in his nursery by the demon Azazel. The Demon that killed Mary was feeding Sam demon blood when he was six months old and his mom caught him
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Sam is an everyday fighter who tries not to let the things bother him but his brother can see he is having a lot of problems.
During the first season 1 Sam left college to go help his brother Dean find their father that went missing. After he defeats a woman in white and discovering a trail to his father, Sam returns to Stanford but when he get their he has to witnesses the death of his girlfriend Jessica. Her death was exactly the same way his mother died; with her dyeing it pushed Sam back in the direction of hunting and killing demons again to avenge his mother and Jessica’s deaths. (supernatural.wikia.com). In season 4, Sam meets a demon name Ruby which teaches him ways to become stronger by drinking demons blood to gain powers. Ruby became his companion he actually protected her when Dean wanted to kill her. Sam sort of had an eye for demons because of the demon blood in him.
Supernatural is a great movie to watch and you will love watching Sam Winchester, he is not only a killer but smart too. Watch Supernatural and you will find out just what I know about Sam and the things he goes trough we are now on Season 7.
Reference
shows/supernatural/about. (n.d.). Retrieved from cwtv.com. wiki/Sam_Winchester. (n.d.). Retrieved from

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