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hateruess:

i always feel so bad when people leave me nice messages and they’re like “i’m so sorry if this is creepy” like no are you serious you’re not creepy at all have you seen my blog i’m the fucking creepiest person alive

rabbiting:

sailor moon, doing moon stuff with her moon swords

rabbiting:

sailor moon, doing moon stuff with her moon swords

vinebox:

When substitutes try to play this shit

I need you;

           I miss him.

Anonymous : I don't know if anyones said this yet but if not, then it has to be! Cas sais "i miss him" and it would have been very easy for the writers to just add "yeah, me too" or just "me too" from Sam. But that's the thing they didn't! Sam only replays "yeah" as in "i know you do, and so do i but i miss him differently" and tbh that's the only way i can read that scene. No matter what i'm still 99% sure that was a thought through choice of words. uvu

crossroadscastiel:

That scene to me read like a brother-in-law talking to a spouse and it wasn’t just the “I miss him” and what Sam said in response either. Sam wasn’t the one seeking comfort or reaching out for a tiny bit of hope…it was Cas. He needed Sam to reassure him that there was a chance they would find Dean and he would still be their Dean.

I also loved how Sam said “when WE get him back” rather than “when I get him back”, making it quite clear that Sam knows just how badly Cas wants Dean to return as well.

arasiriel:

[X]

enerjax:

Crowley feels

writer-of-rainbows:

thewinchestercave:

"Howling at the Moon" is great and all … but sometimes it has a downside.

How are handcuffs a bad thing!

datfamilybusiness:

what really happened in the episode

squidsinspace:

Imagine person A of your OTP talking about how much they miss person B of your OTP while lying naked in bed

spookywinchester:

deancasheadcanons:

subtext

You even had to ask, Hannah, I mean really.

crossroadscastiel:

I think easily the most poignant thing about this entire conversation was Cas asking for reassurance from Sam that Dean would still possibly be Dean somehow. I guess it could be argued that Cas was in bed because he’s sick and dying, but this scene reads to me as a man who’s sick with worry more than anything. Pining for his lost love, and hoping for a miracle. 

It sounds to me like he had been working with Sam to find Dean, but Sam pushed him away after he suffered his injury. So the image of Cas lying in bed waiting on word from Sam if he had found anything out? Absolutely heartbreaking. He could have been out helping Heaven after he was no longer with Sam I suppose, in fact he never really explained to Hannah why he didn’t go to Heaven and the angels sooner, but I have to assume the answer would be something like “I was searching for Dean, you know, the one I gave everything for. Then I came back to this motel room and laid around sadly waiting for word he was okay.”

Once Hannah showed up however, he seemed sort of resigned to his fate. Not only to death, but to life as an angel before his grace fizzles out for good. He needs hope that Dean is still alive somewhere, that he’s still himself, but after that conversation with Sam he has none it seems. Free will isn’t nearly as appealing when the one man he wanted to choose above all else is gone, without explanation, and there’s seemingly nothing he can do to find him.

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hateruess:

i always feel so bad when people leave me nice messages and they’re like “i’m so sorry if this is creepy” like no are you serious you’re not creepy at all have you seen my blog i’m the fucking creepiest person alive

rabbiting:

sailor moon, doing moon stuff with her moon swords

rabbiting:

sailor moon, doing moon stuff with her moon swords

vinebox:

When substitutes try to play this shit

I need you;

           I miss him.

Anonymous : I don't know if anyones said this yet but if not, then it has to be! Cas sais "i miss him" and it would have been very easy for the writers to just add "yeah, me too" or just "me too" from Sam. But that's the thing they didn't! Sam only replays "yeah" as in "i know you do, and so do i but i miss him differently" and tbh that's the only way i can read that scene. No matter what i'm still 99% sure that was a thought through choice of words. uvu

crossroadscastiel:

That scene to me read like a brother-in-law talking to a spouse and it wasn’t just the “I miss him” and what Sam said in response either. Sam wasn’t the one seeking comfort or reaching out for a tiny bit of hope…it was Cas. He needed Sam to reassure him that there was a chance they would find Dean and he would still be their Dean.

I also loved how Sam said “when WE get him back” rather than “when I get him back”, making it quite clear that Sam knows just how badly Cas wants Dean to return as well.

arasiriel:

[X]

enerjax:

Crowley feels

writer-of-rainbows:

thewinchestercave:

"Howling at the Moon" is great and all … but sometimes it has a downside.

How are handcuffs a bad thing!

datfamilybusiness:

what really happened in the episode

squidsinspace:

Imagine person A of your OTP talking about how much they miss person B of your OTP while lying naked in bed

spookywinchester:

deancasheadcanons:

subtext

You even had to ask, Hannah, I mean really.

crossroadscastiel:

I think easily the most poignant thing about this entire conversation was Cas asking for reassurance from Sam that Dean would still possibly be Dean somehow. I guess it could be argued that Cas was in bed because he’s sick and dying, but this scene reads to me as a man who’s sick with worry more than anything. Pining for his lost love, and hoping for a miracle. 

It sounds to me like he had been working with Sam to find Dean, but Sam pushed him away after he suffered his injury. So the image of Cas lying in bed waiting on word from Sam if he had found anything out? Absolutely heartbreaking. He could have been out helping Heaven after he was no longer with Sam I suppose, in fact he never really explained to Hannah why he didn’t go to Heaven and the angels sooner, but I have to assume the answer would be something like “I was searching for Dean, you know, the one I gave everything for. Then I came back to this motel room and laid around sadly waiting for word he was okay.”

Once Hannah showed up however, he seemed sort of resigned to his fate. Not only to death, but to life as an angel before his grace fizzles out for good. He needs hope that Dean is still alive somewhere, that he’s still himself, but after that conversation with Sam he has none it seems. Free will isn’t nearly as appealing when the one man he wanted to choose above all else is gone, without explanation, and there’s seemingly nothing he can do to find him.