Based on this post, in which a lovely nonnie pointed out how awesome it would be if Sam Winchester and Matt Murdock were crime-fighting lawyers together. Please note that I’m only 6 episodes into Netflix’s Daredevil, but also that this is just painting the idea in broad strokes.
Imagine Jess lived and Sam stayed in school, but instead of going to Stanford Law, he went to Columbia instead. He and Jess are engaged by then, so she moves to New York with him, gets a job at an art gallery.
And at Columbia, he meets Matt Murdock and Foggy Nelson, and they become the best of friends. He’s there with them, through school and their internship, and rejecting the job offers that big fancy firm gave them because they want to help people, make a difference. They were groomsmen in Sam and Jess’ wedding.
Sam and Matt know there’s something up with each other, but they both decide to live and let live, to not mention their awareness that the other has physical training and skills a bit out of the ordinary.
And this is a world where Tony Stark is Iron Man, the God of Thunder is a good guy, and Loki and a bunch of aliens wrecked New York. So Sam’s not so afraid of his abilities, hones them even. The telekinesis thing could definitely come in handy; the ability to exorcise demons he discovered totally by accident, but that’s handy, too.
While Matt fights the human monsters preying on Hell’s Kitchen, Sam can’t help but notice the literal ones that are also taking advantage of the situation, the vampire nests and vengeful spirits, kitsune and vetala, even demons, though those are mostly there to watch the fun.
Matt and Sam recognize each other’s injuries, and they wonder, but still they don’t say anything.
In the mean time, Jess and Karen became friends as soon as Karen entered all their lives. Sam told Jess about monsters years ago, and she knows what he does at night. And Karen describes the masked man who saved to her Jess a little more thoroughly than she did to Foggy, and Jess tells Sam, and Sam figures it out.
So he and Matt have a nice long, honest talk, Matt introduces Sam and Jess to Claire, and then they go on with what they’re doing.
After all, they’ve got a city to protect.