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postmodernmulticoloredcloak  asked:

These last few days I've seen you mention multiple times Bobby's knowledge of Dean's feelings in season 7 and how he must've been aware of what Cas meant to Dean, and I was thinking about it and I realized an obvious thing - Bobby is the one who basically directs Dean to Cas in 7x17, and I don't remember if it's said or implied that he knew that 'Emmanuel' was Cas all along but either way it's symbolically very relevant that Bobby allows their reunion...

Heyya :)

Yeah I love it, there are so many times where Bobby looks like he knows, it’s too many to ignore even if he never came out and said it, which of course he couldn’t because that is part of Dean’s subtextual story which isn’t supposed to be divulged before endgame, so we just get snippets here and there.  

Originally posted by thejabberwock

Bobby treating Dean like his son, caring for him, telling him to toughen up when he needs to, Sam and Bobby not even batting an eyelid when Dean’s siren is a guy, them both talking about how depressed Dean is due to Sam’s head being broken (which he immediately says is not that bad, so, its clearly not the main issue), and Dean losing CAS… with Sam’s facial expression as he says his name… literally the scene right after the first thing Dean says the thing he’s glad to be not caring about right now (ie. that he cares about DEEPLY when he’s not drugged up), is about Cas and the black goo…

Sam asks Bobby if he also feels like Dean is just going through the motions, that he’s not the same Dean and Bobby is like “how could he be?”…

Which just is a total reminder of:

Originally posted by thefanaticallife

and Bobby when his wife is resurrected even though he knows its wrong:

Originally posted by sparkling-lucifer

Which has now made me watch that episode, with Karen telling Dean he’s never been in love if he doesn’t understand omission of truth to bring peace not pain, which only a few episodes later is exactly what Dean does for Cas, which Cas even says textually to bring our attention to it *sigh*.

Originally posted by wildcas

Anyway, yes, I don’t know how I feel about Bobby leading them to Emmanuel knowing it was Cas, it feels a bit ghost ex machina tbh, how could Bobby have possibly known before he died, and why wouldn’t he have mentioned it before, I feel like he probably just thought it was worth a shot that they tried Emmanuel and was lucky that it turned out to be Cas… but heck, I’ll go for it :)

SEASON 7 IS THE MOST DESTIEL ANGST RIDDEN SEASON OF THEM ALL AND I LOVE IT!

Team Free Will:  A Complete Beginner’s Guide, by Dean Winchester.

1.  This is Dean.  The star of the show. 

He specializes in being being heterosexual and kicking monster ass.

2.  There are three things Dean Winchester absolutely does not do:

Shorts.

Chick flick moments.

And dudes.

3.  He’s also always 100% honest with himself.

4.  This is Sam.  Also known as “the less handsome one.”

He specializes in having stupidly long, girly hair and being really tall.

5.  Dean absolutely does not project his personal issues onto Sam.

Like wearing women’s underwear.

Or being attracted to guys.

Or flirting with Cas.

6.  He’s a bit of a weirdo.

(But if you touch even one stupidly long hair on his head, I’ll skip rope with your entrails.)

7.  And this…is Castiel.

He specializes in being a weird, dorky little guy and having stupidly pretty, stupidly blue eyes with stupidly long lashes, that you just want to heterosexually drown in forever.   

Oh yeah, and then there’s the whole “angel” thing.

8.  Cas doesn’t really get sarcasm.  Or pop culture references (though he’s kinda gotten better at that last part.)

When he’s confused, he tilts his head to the side and scrunches up his eyebrows, and you kinda just want to heterosexually hold him forever and ever.

9.  And most importantly, Dean Winchester is NOT attracted to Castiel.

He doesn’t have wet dreams about the sound of his voice.

He doesn’t touch him just a little more than he needs to, and think about it for days on end.

He never thinks about what it would be like to cook for him, and cuddle up on the sofa, and watch chick flicks together.

I mean, yeah, he does occassionally fantasize about what it would be like to run his fingers through his hair, but don’t ALL straight guys do that with their platonic bro-pals?

And yeah, he has occasionally gotten a heterosexual boner while looking at him, but that’s only natural.  I mean, just look at the guy. 

So yeah, Dean Winchester is not attracted to Cas.  Because Dean Winchester is 100% straight.  

10.  So yeah , that’s Team Free Will:  one ex-bloody junky, a high school dropout and my boyf- my huggy bear- and CAS. 

And no, we’re not accepting any new admissions.

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Nothing else mattered

It’s been quite a while since I wrote my last Supernatural meta. Some days ago I answered an ask where I said that time constraints were among the reasons why I hadn’t written much lately. The other powerful reason was lack of inspiration. The thing is that after watching episode 12x14, I felt that I simply HAD TO write about something in particular, no matter what. I haven’t had time to read any meta for this episode, and that’s a good thing because it means this is my opinion without anybody else’s influence. Without further ado, let’s talk about the part of the episode that inspired me to write again.  

Other more talented meta writers have previously stated that Mary’s arc this season parallels Cas’ arc in season 6. I totally agree. The whole “Mary is working with the BMoL and keeping it from Dean and Sam” is the same thing Cas did when he was secretly working with Crowley. At least, the writers are trying to undo some things from season 6 because in this case Mary decided to confess to her sons what she was doing without being forced. However, if somebody still had doubts that Mary is a Cas parallel, in this episode there was a very explicit shout-out to a memorable scene between Dean and Cas: Mary literally told Dean, “I’m doing this for you.” I know she meant both Winchesters, but she was talking directly to Dean in that scene. Besides, where have we heard those exacts words before?

There was something else that was very relevant almost at the end of the episode. If we’re keeping in mind that Mary is a Cas parallel, how much of what Dean said to Mary applied to Cas around 6 years ago? The thing is that Dean never expressed what he felt at that time, but he did it now. The fact that he’s trying to talk about his feelings is huge character development for Dean.

What did Dean say to Mary?

“The moment I thought something bad had happened to you, nothing else mattered.”

That pretty much explains this from episode 7x01:

It also explains why Dean was so worried and desperate when he thought Cas was dead, to the point where he told Bobby that maybe angels didn’t need to breathe. It explains why when Dean realized Cas was alive, he didn’t focus on being pissed.

Dean didn’t tell Cas there was no way to redeem himself. He didn’t decide to leave him right there; Dean actually wanted to take Cas with them. Why? Dean was hurt deeply by what Cas did, and didn’t like the choices Cas made. The same happened with Mary. Dean didn’t like the choices she made and was really hurt by them. However, when Dean thought that something bad could happen to Mary, nothing else mattered. There was no betrayal important enough to prevent him from running to her rescue.

That’s what happened back in season 7’s premiere. The moment Dean thought that something bad could happen to Cas, nothing else mattered. Nothing Cas had done was beyond redemption. The idea of losing the person he loves hurts Dean a lot more than accepting the choices the person makes. That’s why Dean forgave Cas in season 7, no matter what.

Of course, many of us already knew that Cas meant a lot to Dean even back then. I’m just glad the subtext of season 12 is somehow explaining things that happened so long ago in the show. If season 12 continues like this, I might feel inspired enough to keep writing as often as I used to.