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17 July 2010 @ 12:25 am
I'm waxing philosophical  
It must be past midnight.

This is from my (probably) upcoming meta on Chuck as God and the hints that were dropped in the show.  It's from the "crazy theory" section of the 4.18 portion.

So, who is the Monster at the End of This Book?  it’s a hotly debated question among fandom.  Some think it’s Zach.  Some think it’s Sam.  Personally, I think it’s Chuck.  God is the Monster at the End of this Book.  Because the end of the book (series) is Swan Song, and at the end of Swan Song, we find out who Chuck really is.  Just like Grover in the episode’s namesake, we get through all of the pages of the Supernatural series to find that the monster we were so scared of, the all-powerful being who has hovered like a threat in the air (the Will of God, the void that corrupt angels filled, the deadbeat Dad) has been there all along.  Like loveable furry old Grover, he was right there on the page, written in and an important part of the story.  We just didn’t realize it until the final page, when we meet the Monster.  Turns out, He’s not as scary as we all thought.

Thoughts?  Opinions?  Verbal beatings?  I'm not a meta person, if you hadn't figured it out.  I'm much better at theorizing/citing/metaing in fanfic, which is what I usually do.  But the above paragraph hit me, and I needed to get it out.  After all, isn't the identity of TMATEOTB still an unsolved fandom mystery?  That's my two cents.

cheerful_earl: bad romancecheerful_earl on July 17th, 2010 07:03 am (UTC)
You know, that more than anything would convince me that they actually planned it.