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winchesxer:

This scene hurts me so much because you can see the desperation in Sam’s eyes - he tries so hard, so hard to believe this, tries so hard to hold onto the idea that this isn’t his brother talking but, for years and years, he has been saying the same things to himself, has been blaming himself for mary’s death and jessica’s death and dean’s life and he knows that none of this would have happened if he had never been born. And he knows that, maybe, at some point, even when he was human, Dean must have realized this too, even though his human filters would never ever let him believe that Sam was to blame. But those filters are no longer there and he lets every harsh word out. Maybe human!dean would never believe this stuff. But Sam does.

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Castiel will finally interact with Dean’s demonic side in this week’s outing. “It’s a pretty strenuous meeting,” Ackles previews. “Dean is still not quite Dean, and Cas is having to, unfortunately, use some powers he would rather not have to use against Dean.”


Even though the angel is facing his own problems and is low on grace, “Castiel is hellbent on ridding Dean of his demon and willing to do anything, no holds barred, to make sure he’s no longer a demon,” Misha Collins says, adding that their face-to-face is “a little touchy.”