so I’m student teaching in a 5th grade classroom and they are reading this tall tale called Thunder Rose by Jerdine Nolen and it’s pretty frickin amazing and you don’t know how badly I wish it could be the next Disney movie or something i~i
ok so i just rewatched Tall Tales and noticed something. when the trickster ‘dies’, the man with the chainsaw and the two woman evaporate yet the bed, disco ball and lights don’t suggesting to the winchesters and bobby that they are real. can we all take a minute to imagine gabriel hauling all that stuff into the auditorium? putting on the bed sheets, setting up the disco ball …
What gets me about Sam and Dean in the episode Tall Tales is that when Bobby sees the two brother bickering, he even states that, “No, come on. You’re bickering like an old married couple.” Dean says, “No, see married couples can get divorced. Me and him, we’re like, uh, Siamese twins.” and then Sam retorts with, “It’s conjoined twins!”. What I am trying to say is that the brothers view their relationship as stronger then a marriage which most people view as forever. But no, they compared each other to conjoined twins. You know what happens to conjoined twins when one of them dies, the other ones dies shortly after. They are implying that they cannot survive without each other. SOULMATES!!!!!!
During Tall Tales, when Gabriel was pretending to be the Trickster/Loki, he had that random dog.
And I have been going out of my mind like why the fuck did he have a dog But then I remembered In Norse Mythology, Loki fathered a son that was actually a wolf. It’s either an insane reference or that is, in fact, Gabriel’s son in a Jack Russell vessel.