It’s not De-Void, it’s DiGiorno aka you can’t tell me this isn’t what the episode is about. [inspired by this]
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dont forget the part where you pretend you’re having a really sad moment in the rain
And the period shower where you stand and watch the blood flowing down the drain as if you just got back from a war or brawl.
As a girl I can confirm that all of this happens.
Yes it does.
It really does
the penis people’s showers are so boring compared to this
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This is kind of a piggyback onto that post (was it from johncroftianlullaby?) about all the things Sam has done for Dean that Dean doesn’t know about. It’s not something Sam did directly for Dean, it’s just something amazing that Sam did.
Dean doesn’t know about Tim and Reggie. He doesn’t know about the hunters who attacked him, held him down and force-fed him demon blood in an attempt to turn him into a weapon. He doesn’t know about how Sam managed to stop himself from swallowing the substance of his addiction and spit it back into his assailants’ faces when every cell in his body must have been screaming at him to take the hit. He doesn’t know how Sam then did not kill Tim and Reggie but let them go, head high.
Dean doesn’t know. Dean will probably never know.
i don’t think it was from me
yeah see, if “free to be you and me” is a book and the blood stuff did end up getting published i want dean to read it
HECK what if they see tim and reggie again and dean’s all buddy buddy and sam’s just like *takes dean aside* “dean, listen to what they did to me” like wouldn’t that be interesting like tim and reggie try to avoid them but dean sees them and he’s like yooooo and sam and the two of them feel so freakin’ awkward so finally sam tells him
I’d like that… only Chuck left out the demon blood arc because he thought it would make Sam look “unsympathetic.” So Dean couldn’t read it.”
But Sam could certainly take Dean aside like you said…
as of 4x18 he was leaving it out, but that was before 4x20, 4x21, 4x22, and definitely before 5x03. and then basically he may have changed his mind at any point before 5x22 too. so he may have kept it out for good or he may have changed his mind when he had more dreams. idk.
I kind of feel that if he was going to leave it out because it made Sam look unsympathetic before 4x18, he would probably have left it out by 4x21 because that detox makes Alastair look like Mother Teresa.
that detox makes Alastair look like Mother Teresa.
What do you mean by this?
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something i’ve always wondered about asoiaf: the starks are all “we’re wolves!” and the greyjoys are “we’re krakens!” and the lannisters refer to themselves as lions alarmingly frequently and then you have dany who i’m 98% sure believes she is a winged, fire-breaking dragon
but what about some of these other houses right like what about house redwyne are they like “aw yeah we’re grapes” or house selmy “we’re fuckin’ wheat y’all, watch the fuck out” like
I just saw a reblog (on one of my posts) that accused Sam of manipulating Dean into cutting off Benny and I’m feeling kind of annoyed.
Dean had every opportunity - every chance - to introduce Sam and Benny in a non-hostile fashion. Sam had been the most open-minded hunter when it came to non-humans on the planet. Instead, Dean hid Benny for as long as he could, only introduced him to Sam when he couldn’t avoid it and even then explained absolutely nothing, repeatedly told Sam that Benny was a better brother than Sam had ever been, offered no evidence to prove Benny’s innocence other than “because I said so,” and snuck around so Sam wouldn’t know he was conversing with Benny on the phone.
Dean actually faked a text from Sam’s former lover to make Sam believe she was in danger specifically to pull Sam off a case for Benny’s direct benefit, and then blamed Sam when those actions resulted in someone’s death. (Personally I think Benny was very much justified in killing Martin. But that’s neither here nor there.)
I don’t remember when Sam demanded that Dean give up Benny; I’m not saying he didn’t but I don’t recall it. I do remember Dean demanding that if the pair were to reconcile Sam had to give up not only Amelia but all non-hunting pursuits: “both feet in or both feet out.” Sam had previously only agreed to stay in the business until the gates of Hell were sealed.
Who, exactly, was manipulated here?
I get that Dean and Benny were close and I’m not trying to say that they shouldn’t have been. I actually really liked them together and I wish they’d done more with him. I’m just surprised at the idea that Sam is perceived as manipulative in this case.
I see that every once in a while and roll my own eyes. Sam didn’t put his foot down about Benny until (a) there had been two major incidents with Benny and (b) Cas was back. Like, he kept his hands off to a point where he was protecting Dean’s social safety net even as Dean was undermining his.