The awkward moment you’ve reblogged something from someone you should have never reblogged anything.
I must be dumb but where in the hell did the notion that Jensen and Misha have this great friendship that Jared and Misha somehow don’t have?
As far as I can tell, Misha has a pretty equal friendship with J2. Yet, I never see anyone in the fandom gushing about how cute Jared and Misha’s friendship is or anything like that.
It’s like some fans are minimizing Jared to make him look less liked or something? I don’t know. It makes no sense. What am I missing?
05х18, Point of no Return
Q:Hey. I wanted to ask a question. What do you think about Castiel. Not as in Destiel and Wincest or anything. Just as in a chara of the show. Bcs I've seen some blogs in tumblr say castiel is a dispensable chara. But I think that's mostly because of a stupid war (or it seems) between Destiel shippers and Wincest shippers. I just wanted to ask your opinion cause you really seem like a cool person who so far I've read has great opinions.
Castiel is a great character. I genuinely think that he’s great. There have been a lot of complaints about him, but I think that it’s mostly been coloured by ship-goggles around the fandom, and that’s really sad.
Bearing in mind that Supernatural brought angels in to free Dean from Hell thanks to the writer’s strike. Sam was originally going to save him, but with limited time, that wasn’t possible. So, we were faced with an angel of the Lord, all power and inhuman understanding.
The truth is, some may want to hark back to the earliest seasons, but there is no way that a monster-by-week formula could have lived on like that indefinitely. It was only logical to bring Heaven into the mix after the introduction of demons. The show needs big, complex arcs to work.
Castiel himself has been through major character changes. Some have been handled sloppily. It would have been nice to see a short scene where Castiel was ordered to release Sam from Bobby’s panic room, for example. His human form was believable, too. Yes, he has been around humanity for a long time, watched from afar even longer, but perception and experience are two entirely different things. There was a great deal of anger over the toothpaste episode, but, realistically, when did Castiel ever need to brush his teeth before? He was never taught the intricacies of day-to-day living. Until last season, he had never felt true sensation. No excess heat, cold. He had never needed sleep or tasted food.
He and his arcs have helped to push the show on, create both bonds and tensions between both Sam and Dean. His innate bond with Dean brought him close to the boys, but with greater understanding of humanity, Sam is equally as important to him. He’s often misguided, but pushed on by his desire to do good, which is a very interesting narrative choice. If you remember the old saying, “The road to Hell is paved with good intentions,” then we have watched a Heavenly being descend into evil and destruction, all because he had thought that he was making the right decision.
Castiel is a creature who was created to serve and obey, who has been served and obeyed. A soldier who has rebelled. A monster become human. A creature become God. He’s worry and importance, comic relief and frustration.
I love Castiel. I do. And I will be sad to ever see him go.
Me after watching the first promo video: not enough Castiel.
Other fans after watching the sneak peek: why did they denote Hannah to a love interest?
(Granted those fans don’t want Castiel to be denoted to a love interest for Dean - that’s sarcasm) Why does Castiel have a story outside of the Winchesters?
Me after not watching the sneak peek: why did they remove it? Was it accidentally leaked? Why can’t i watch it?