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Jane Austen might never have imagined that her 1816 novel Emma could be turned into a fresh and satirical look at ultra-rich teenagers in a Beverly Hills high school.

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As a demon, Dean's soul became twisted and he no longer empathized with others. He cared only for himself and what he needed. His change was so drastic that he stalked Sam throughout the Bunker with the intent of killing him using a hammer, only to miss by a few inches. He carried out this task calmly, and coupled it with taunts, giving the impression that he was enjoying himself. This is furthered by the fact that instead of an axe, he decides to use a hammer to break through a door and kill Sam, despite both tasks requiring much more force with a hammer than with an axe. Demon Dean apparently cared about , something old Dean despised. He even considered himself, as a demon, a part of the natural order, and that it was all set up in this certain way.

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When a witch curses him to lose his memory, Dean gradually forgets important facts about himself, but a more childlike demeanor, coupled with a fascination in cartoons and a happy, normality-loving personality begins to surface, a likely indication of what kind of person Dean could have been had he not become a hunter. As noted throughout the season, Dean has become more open about his interests and preferences, switching within a day from hating vegetable juice to drinking it without another word. As of recent, Dean may be losing much of his bravado, the tough, sarcastic and careless personality he carried with him for most of his life is slowly slipping away to reveal the true Dean Winchester underneath, whom not even Sam recognizes.

 

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"I think the film really represents the younger generation falling in love with Gen X and vice versa," explained Chaney, quoting the book's broader thesis about the romance between Cher and her former-stepbrother Josh (Paul Rudd). "It's about the merger of these two ideas. And I think that Josh does represent what we were seeing not just with teens, but youth culture in general at that time. He was more emblematic of what the prevailing pop-cultural tone was, as far as young people were concerned."

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"What was great about working with [Heckerling] was that she was like a phenomenal fashion editor, where she would push me and say, 'What else you got?' and also know when to pull back and stop," said May. "For that first outfit, we knew red was too bold, green was something Cher would never love, blue wouldn't pop. And we knew that it was her first day of school, she would want to stand out. That yellow plaid piece wasn't us trying to be cool or use Cher as a mannequin. It was something that felt true to what this character would love."