does he see one

i like to imagine that clark kent’s search history is mostly normal but then there’s stuff like “improved superman costume concept art” because he wanted ideas

Listening to Jazz/cafe music


Sam Winchester knows his brother. He knows what he’s thinking—what he’s dwelling on, what’s tearing him up inside.

“What about Cas?”

“Are you sure you want to do this, Dean? It’s Cas.”

“Maybe he can come back …”

Sam asks the questions and goes over all the possibilities because he knows that Dean won’t say a word of it out loud.

Dean will stay quiet … at least, he will when someone’s looking.

But that was the main focus in this episode, wasn’t it? What happened when Sam—when we weren’t looking, made all the difference in the world. At the start, the plot went on and left us asking questions. “Why are you leaving the cabin? Where’s Cas’s body? Did you just leave him out there?”

I was genuinely worried that that is what they were implying went Dean and Sam left in the impala—but then, the next scene comes and we see Castiel’s body, inside—covered with a sheet.

High off the ground.



It was not shown, yet—it happened.

Dean carried Castiel into that house and laid him out on the table. He went and found a clean white sheet to cover him with.

The chair by Castiel’s head was pulled out—where Dean had most likely sat and cried, and tried to will his best friend to open his eyes.

But they didn’t open.

Castiel didn’t move.

So Dean got quiet again.

He got quiet and dismissive and spiraled, just like Sam thought he would.

But then, Dean prayed—as soon as he was alone and had the chance to scream and shout and explode the way he wanted to, he did. And he prayed to God to bring back all that he lost. “Everything” he said he lost everything, and that list began with Castiel.

Every time what had happened the night before was remembered, the first name on Dean’s lips was “Cas.”

And when Sam was busy leading Jack into the room to say goodbye to the mother he never truly knew—Dean was back beside that table, hoping that when he pulled away  the sheet, it would be someone else underneath it. But it wasn’t—it was still Castiel, and that other angel’s words suddenly rushed back into his head. “He’s dead—really dead.”

And the silence is all Dean has now, so he covers Cas’s face once more and looks around—noticing the yellow curtains … yellow, the color of a fallen soldier and, that seems fitting. If any of this is to seem right at all, then maybe it’s that. So he tries to switch to autopilot—bind the body so it can be burned; but as he lifts that weight and begins to wrap the cloth around it, it’s suddenly all too familiar in his hands.

He has felt that weight too many times—in too many ways.

There is no denying what that weight means to him, and with its absence, it’ll weigh heavier on him with every breath he breathes.

So he stops.

Dean stops and looks back up the lines that he has looked up so many times before—times that we also have never seen, because now we know: there is so much that we don’t know.

There is so much we haven’t heard, haven’t felt, haven’t experienced … but Dean has.

He has experienced everything—and everything, well … everything is lying dead on a table in front of him.




Dacre Montgomery, the man who plays the part of Billy Hargrove, says that Billy’s comments to Lucas were not racially charged and that it has nothing to do with race.

I literally just stumbled across this article that was published a day ago and, wow, I’m glad to know that I’m not the only one who thought that Billy would’ve done the same thing had the person been white. Even the actor believes Billy would’ve done the same regardless of who it was–Lucas or Dustin.


Z Nation meme | four relationships [¼]  —– Murphy and Warren

I’m counting on you.


“…I still want to see video game reviews like the ones he does!”

-PeanutButterGamer: Follows a very similar style of game review to Jontron, but with minimal sketches, and focuses a bit more on the game itself rather than his own comedy. Less cut away gags, though the sketches that he does do are always entertaining enough to actually justify a cut away gag, something that Jontron surprisingly still has yet to perfect. His content is clean, like most of the Youtubers on this list, but clean in a sort of Tumblr level of obscure that gets a good laugh without offending anyone. To quote his Tumblr: “ I’m all for not offending people. I mean, I actively attempt to be as inoffensive as possible on videos and on social media, “. He also recently voiced his distaste for what Jon has been saying lately, a bold move, considering they work for the same company.

-BrutalMoose: Brutalmoose does both video game and TV show/movie reviews the same way Jon does, and unlike PBG, he does have a few videos with a bit more mature content in them, like his reviews of “adult” games. While he does play “mature” games from time to time, and the content/comedy of those games can be offensive, his own comedy is still clean, but on the borderline of dirty. The kind you’d see on the likes of the Simpsons. Jokes that are adult, but still don’t hurt anyone. (Also…Tumblr is kind of obsessed with the fact that he’s gay? Don’t go overboard with that info, kids.)

-SpaceHamster: If you were a fan of JonTron’s knockoff game videos, you’re gonna love SpaceHamster! He’s done multiple knockoff and rom hack compilation videos, and his humor is up there with PBG. Heck, PBG and him even game together on PBG’s side channel!

“…I still want to see movie reviews like the ones he does!”

-Nostalgia Critic: If you’re looking for completely inoffensive comedy, then Nostalgia Critic probably isn’t the first place you’re gonna want to go, but hear me out. Nostalgia Critic’s offensive content differs from JonTron’s in that not only is he self aware of what is and isn’t acceptable in comedy, he’s willing to apologize when a joke goes too far and learn from his mistakes, instead of attacking his own critics. He’s made videos discussing “the line” in comedy, does countless charity shoutouts, and started the “Where’s The Fair Use” movement, a movement created in hopes of holding YouTube accountable for taking down videos that fall under Fair Use laws. He’s a genuinely decent guy!

-CinemaSins: I feel like CinemaSins is popular enough that I hardly even need to signal boost them, but their content also falls under that “adult but harmless” category. Not only that, but they’re not afraid to call out movies like 50 Shades of Gray for being ungodly shitty.

“…I still want to see sketch comedy like the sketch comedy he does!”

-JacksFilms: Remember that guy? The Your Grammar Sucks guy? You might also know him as “the guy who made parody videos calling out both Leafy and Keemstar for being shitty uncreative people” or “the guy who has videos featuring fans art and complimenting them”. Another genuinely decent human being.


Hoshi making sure Jun gets screen time in Going SVT and embarrassing him in the process


Well… at least one of my council involved AU Ricks is the sort who believes in the citadel.