The Fangirl Business

39: "Carry On" - Pain, Trauma, and Processing

December 01, 2020 The Fangirl Business Season 1 Episode 39
The Fangirl Business
39: "Carry On" - Pain, Trauma, and Processing
Chapters
0:00
intro
11:25
the day of the finale
13:29
the PR campaign for the last 7 episodes
14:55
the fallout from the episode airing an hour earlier in Canada
17:57
the retrospective episode
19:07
Chrisha and Catherine's reactions as the finale was airing
30:04
the real time trauma response to Dean's death and the rest of the episode
42:23
overview of episode trigger: found family erasure
44:31
overview of episode trigger: ableism and the erasure of Eileen
45:13
overview of episode trigger: childlessness and the focus on living on through children
45:53
overview of episode trigger: misogyny and the erasure of, violence against, and silencing of women
46:53
overview of episode trigger: abuse and John's presence in heaven
47:23
overview of episode trigger: queer erasure of Cas and Dean
47:43
overview of episode trigger: suicide and suicidal ideation regarding Dean's death
52:42
the implications of Dean's death for his queerness
58:40
Cas' absence from the finale
1:03:29
"Carry On Wayward Son" discussion
1:06:03
Chuck's "white male privilege" ending
1:08:54
the wider reaction to the episode
1:13:45
if you are hurting, you're not alone
1:16:35
coping discussion
1:32:37
outro
The Fangirl Business
39: "Carry On" - Pain, Trauma, and Processing
Dec 01, 2020 Season 1 Episode 39
The Fangirl Business

*S15E20 SPOILERS BELOW*






In their overview of Supernatural’s finale, Chrisha and Catherine discuss their personal reactions and the many triggers embedded within the narrative.

Note: There are no audio clips in this episode of The Fangirl Business.

CONTENT WARNING: Discussion of abuse, childlessness, ableism, misogyny, queer erasure, suicide, & suicidal ideation.


IF YOU NEED SUPPORT:

  • https://www.imalive.org/online/ (offers online chat)
  • Text SHARE to the Crisis Text Line
    • 741741 in the USA
    • 686868 in Canada
    • 85258 in the UK
    • 50808 in Ireland

IF YOU WANT TO DONATE:

Additional Links:

PS: Catherine here. I say at one point that the CW is generally progressive. We recorded this before I realized just how much hurt the CW has inflicted to other audiences this year, including Riverdale and The 100. I have been so saddened and upset to learn all of this. 

Show Notes Chapter Markers

*S15E20 SPOILERS BELOW*






In their overview of Supernatural’s finale, Chrisha and Catherine discuss their personal reactions and the many triggers embedded within the narrative.

Note: There are no audio clips in this episode of The Fangirl Business.

CONTENT WARNING: Discussion of abuse, childlessness, ableism, misogyny, queer erasure, suicide, & suicidal ideation.


IF YOU NEED SUPPORT:

  • https://www.imalive.org/online/ (offers online chat)
  • Text SHARE to the Crisis Text Line
    • 741741 in the USA
    • 686868 in Canada
    • 85258 in the UK
    • 50808 in Ireland

IF YOU WANT TO DONATE:

Additional Links:

PS: Catherine here. I say at one point that the CW is generally progressive. We recorded this before I realized just how much hurt the CW has inflicted to other audiences this year, including Riverdale and The 100. I have been so saddened and upset to learn all of this. 

intro
the day of the finale
the PR campaign for the last 7 episodes
the fallout from the episode airing an hour earlier in Canada
the retrospective episode
Chrisha and Catherine's reactions as the finale was airing
the real time trauma response to Dean's death and the rest of the episode
overview of episode trigger: found family erasure
overview of episode trigger: ableism and the erasure of Eileen
overview of episode trigger: childlessness and the focus on living on through children
overview of episode trigger: misogyny and the erasure of, violence against, and silencing of women
overview of episode trigger: abuse and John's presence in heaven
overview of episode trigger: queer erasure of Cas and Dean
overview of episode trigger: suicide and suicidal ideation regarding Dean's death
the implications of Dean's death for his queerness
Cas' absence from the finale
"Carry On Wayward Son" discussion
Chuck's "white male privilege" ending
the wider reaction to the episode
if you are hurting, you're not alone
coping discussion
outro