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I too was disturbed at how this one ended, and have a hard time forgiving Dean.. but on second watching this episode had a lot of great things.

The return of the Grover Cleveland time machine, remember that old piece of stupid, I have been waiting for that since season one. With a time machine and teleportation the final episode of the season should be interesting.

I have a prediction for "scare bear". With him holding Hank we get an idea of his scale. He could really only be either Brock or Hatred. With Brock being dressed at different times as a wookie, a yeti-mummy, a robot, and at one point in the Christmas episode as the ghost of Christmas future he has dressed in costumes before. I don't know why he would reveal that to Hank or how he physically could be able to ( time travel?) but my guess is "scare bear" is Brock.
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Sep. 28, 2018, 7:08pm
"And he's got a knife-superpower." - So it could be Brock, I suppose. JB says in THE BOOK he had a whole story planned for Scare Bear for last season with a happy ending for him but they had no time to fit it in. Hmmm.
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Sep. 28, 2018, 9:17pm
  • by Repressed Grotesque Human
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Jackson also says in the 'Faking Miracles' section of the book: "A little Easter egg is that there's a crazy homeless guy in the background of the jogging scene [in Central Park] who was supposed to be a setup for a whole subplot that I had to cut out of another episode. I wrote twelve pages of this thing that I am definitely going to use next season."

Scare Bear also found Hank with his head cut open near Central Park. When Hank said he had to 'rescue his girlfriend', Scare Bear knew who he meant and where she would be. Maybe Scare Bear is that homeless guy. He could have been watching Hank and Sirena, and then Sirena and Dean from afar.

Or Scare Bear is just magic and the homeless guy may or may not have his own subplot this season. Completely unrelated.

It's cruel for Dean to essentially cheat on Hank with Hank's girlfriend, but it'd be even crueler if this was Brock's way of breaking it to Hank. There'd be a lot more crying and yelling with Sgt Hatred.
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Sep. 29, 2018, 3:08am
Scare Bear is based on an art piece called "Sleeper" so maybe Hank is not really awake. Probably not, but it's a possibility. I actually stumbled onto it myself about a year ago online. As soon as I saw the image I knew that's where they got the idea from.
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Sep. 29, 2018, 10:16am
  • by Captain V
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Glad I wasn't the only one deeply disturbed by the ending.
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Sep. 29, 2018, 6:18am

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