Or maybe it’s engineering I need. Bioengineering. That doesn’t look like a word. I miss spell check.
There’s only one ending for Supernatural that I could stomach.
It’s not the ending I’ll get.
And everything was for naught.
Close the book and burn it.
That’s a nice otp you got there
it’d be a shame if one WAS BRUTALLY EXECUTED IN FRONT OF THE OTHER
burn this post
This happens too much in supernatural.
And it never gets old
Okay, but that looks like it’s inferring that Bobby and Cas were totes lovers.
sometimes u say things and i hear michael jones
Not gonna lie, sometimes I say things and I hear various Achievement Hunters saying them, too. For instance, “Yolo,” is always said like Ray. *nod*
How the fuck did I lose three followers because I pointed out Sam can be ruthless all on his own?
Oh, I’m so sorry. Were you unaware of the canonical evidence that Sam Winchester is just as much of a killer as his brother is? Or do you just like sticking your head in the sand and ignoring that fact?
If you’re gonna like a character, at least acknowledge all facets of said character. Come on.
Why are you people suprised by Sam’s actions to get Dean back?
Do you not remember what he turned into during Mystery Spot? Truly? He didn’t just stalk Gabriel for months, he was willing to murder someone to summon him. A complete stranger. Just bleed them dry for enough blood for an ancient ritual. He stabbed Bobby on a hunch he wasn’t Bobby.
…And you wonder his actions now?
(By the way, that episode was written by Jeremy Carver.)
Sam’s rage and drive to save have always been big parts of his character. The only difference is that, now, he doesn’t have fancy mind powers to torture the demons with to get the info he wants. He’s only got the tool kit Dean used on Alastair.
The precious puppy has always had fangs and claws. He’s just using them again. It’s not suprising, though it is repetitive and, frankly, a boring tale. Just another excuse for the writers to write in more torture and to make him, yet again, a monster. Yawn.
Either that, or ‘Winner of the 2014 Prize for Creepiest Family Portrait’,