Summary: in an AU where the Winchester family owns a multi-million dollar company, Dean’s in a bit of a pinch. Grandpa Samuel is threatening to cut him off if he doesn’t straighten out and stop getting into trouble. Instead of taking some responsibility, Dean comes up with an ingenious plan: find someone to pretend to be his girlfriend. You and Dean have never gotten along, but a fake relationship seems to be beneficial to you both…
Part 5 -
Dean struggles to deal with the rest of the morning, and then gets an unexpected call. The two of you go on a double date with Sam and Jess.
Part 6 -
Jess informs you about Dean’s past, and Sam teases Dean. After dinner, Dean brings you home to find someone unexpected waiting for you, and helps you deal with it.
Part 7 -
Dean meets your mother, and you go dress shopping with Jess.
Part 8 -
You and Dean head out to his hometown, where you finally get to meet Mary and John. The sleeping situation causes some minor problems.
Part 9 -
You and Dean have an interesting morning, but Sam interrupts. Later, you and Mary have a little heart to heart, and Dean says something surprising.
Part 10 - The gala finally arrives, and Dean is absolutely floored by your dress. An interaction with Samuel leaves Dean fuming, but you calm him down. Dean finally admits his feelings.
Part 11 -
Dean reflects on the evening, and the two of you have a talk
Part 12 -
someone delivers some unexpected and unpleasant news, sending you running. Sam and Benny confront Dean, and the three of them go looking for you.
Part 13 -
you head to the only safe place you can think of. A talk with your father gives you the courage to return to work, where Dean finds you immediately. But he’s not expecting your reaction. Charlie and Cas come to the rescue.
Part 14 -
Dean tries to cope with your breakup, and then gets a surprise visit from Crowley. Your friends take you out to try and cheer you up, but eventually you head home alone, only to find someone waiting for you.
Part 15 -
You have an encounter with Mark, and Dean shows up just in time. The next morning, the two of you talk things out. Sam arrives with some news.
Part 16 (conclusion) -
Dean responds to Sam’s news. The two of you pay a visit to Samuel, who lashes out. Secrets are revealed and threats are made, leaving you reeling. You and Dean discuss the future.
Epilogue - A few months after the events of part 16. Sam and Jess’s wedding, a housewarming party, and revealing conversations.
Epiloge Part 2 - The Fourth of July finds you and the Winchester clan at the lake to celebrate the holiday. Jess shares some news and Dean surprises you with an important question.
The list is long, and many are the legends, for there is scarce a noble house in all the Reach that does not boast of descent from one of Garth Greenhand’s countless children. Even the heroes of other lands and kingdoms are sometimes numbered amongst the offspring of the Greenhand.
“ A wise man once told me, “family don’t end with blood,boy” but it doesn’t start there, either. Family cares about you, not what you can do for them. Family’s there through the good, bad … all of it. They got your back … even when it hurts. That’s family.“
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Narratively speaking, Garth was the one who should have been killed in 12x21, not Eileen.
Why? Because Eileen is human, whereas Garth is, since 9x12 Sharp Teeth, a werewolf, although he’s still a hunter and he doesn’t eat people.
S12 has had such a strong theme running through it, woven into the BMOL vs Winchesters’ storyline, one which is spelled out for us in this exchange between Dean and Mick in 12x16 Ladies Drink Free:
MICK: “Killing monsters is what we do. Or maybe, palling around with demons and witches, you’ve forgotten…”
DEAN: “You thnk it’s that simple, huh?”
MICK: “I really do.”
DEAN: “Yeah? I used to think the same thing. Well, here’s a little tip. Things ain’t that black and white out here.”
Dean then goes on to tell Mick the story of Magda (from 12x04 American Nightmare) and how despite the fact she was psychic and had killed people with her powers (without meaning to) they let her go and gave her a second chance, because, Dean says, “It was the right thing to do.”
Of course this is all a horrible irony for the audience, as we know what Dean doesn’t - that Ketch found and murdered Magda, cleaning up, from the BMOL perspective, a “Winchester mess”.
This theme, of a clash between the Winchester brothers’ grey area perspective and the BMOL’s black-and-white view of the supernatural, has been tied throughout the season into another narrative thread of S12 - namely disinterring the Winchesters’ family psycho-drama, thanks to the return of Mary Winchester.
In particular this has meant the haunting of the S12 narrative by the ghost of John Winchester, which the BMOL in fact exist to provide a parallel to - because John also had a very black and white view of the supernatural. This John/ BMOL parallel is made particularly evident by having BMOL assassin Ketch become Mary’s lover, just like John before him.
See the post below for more on the ghost of John Winchester:
The John Winchester’s ghost theme is made explicit for the audience in 12x21 There’s Something About Mary, when Lady Toni taunts Mary by filling her in on John’s less than stellar parenting:
Lady Toni: “The drunken rages, the weeks of abandonment… child abuse, really.”
My point is, that the BMOL’s monster-genocide plans should have been enough, within the narrative, to get Sam and Dean to reject them. And that would have been logically underlined by the killing of their were-wolf friend, Garth.
Making the BMOL additionally decide to exterminate all the American hunters, is a narrative cop-out. It dissipates the tension, carefully previously set up, between “all-monsters-are-bad” and “some-of-them-are-cool-and-our-friends”, perspectives.
Hating the BMOL for killing Eileen and planning to kill Sam and Dean, is easy for the audience. It sinks Dabb’s attempt to make a successful subterranean parallel with Trump’s America, which would have been much better served by making the audience realise (along with Sam and Dean) that the BMOL’s desire to exterminate every member of a group for being different (even if they are “monsters”) is inherently morally wrong.
John Winchester himself would have been outraged by Eileen’s death and by the BMOL’s kill order on American hunters. On the other hand, the BMOL murder of were-wolf Garth? Probably not so much.
So, quite apart from the way Eileen was killed, tossing her away disrespectfully in the cold open of 12x21:
Castiel/Dean Winchester Words: 600 roughly Warnings: pure fluff A/N: This is my celebration of Cas’ birthday and of the day that Cas and Dean first met forever ago. The ending IS a Harry Potter reference, so all credit to the queen J.K. Rowling for that one. I hope y'all love it!! And I promise there’s more writing to come!
“Welcome home.” Dean whispered as he pulled Cas in for their most memorable kiss yet. “Happy birthday. Happy anniversary. Happy wedding day. Happy everything, Cas Winchester.”
Swaying and soft touches were the only things that Cas could really comprehend as he stood in the middle of the War Room which had been cleared earlier in the day. He could hear the muted voices of the small group of people surrounding him, the people he loved most, as they watched the center of the floor, and the quiet music coming from the record player in the corner. His only focus was on the pair of sparkling green eyes staring back at him, dimming the rest of the world compared to their brightness.
Dean and Cas held onto each other, already having given up on any attempt at formal dancing. Instead, they swayed to the rhythym of the slow Zeppelin song in the background. Dean had already loosened his tie, letting it dangle around his neck. He smiled at Cas with a crooked grin so wide that it lit up the room. He didn’t think either of them had been happier.
As the music faded to a close, Dean pulled Cas close, resting one hand on his back and the other on the back of his neck. They kissed passionately before Dean said, “I love you, Castiel.”
My Older Sisters have an insane Supernatural Theory
So my two older sisters have this theory about Supernatural and how it's gonna end. I always tell them "It's like saying Voldemort. We do not discuss the end of Supernatural!" but I willingly listened to their theory. So get this...Sam and Dean are in a mental hospital their parents John and Mary to them are dead until Mary visits a few times but barely. Charlie, Garth, and Kevin were just patients in Dean and Sam's room but get moved out. Bobby is a family friend who ends up in the hospital as well but recovers the boys are unaware that he made it. All the angels are doctors or nurses so are Crowley, Rowena, and Meg. Chuck and Amara are Head Doctor and Head Nurse. All that stuff of saving people, hunting things, the family business is all in their heads because they have psychological issues and all the rock music just comes from a music player Dean has in his and Sam's hospital room.
They say when all that's revealed Carry on my wayward son should play and it all fade to black.
I asked them about some other characters they came up with a bunch of other ideas that I can't remember but in the end I told them to shut up and never bring it up again.
Honestly, if I don’t get a shitload of Saileen next week, I will throw a bona-fide tantrum.
Actually, here’s my wishlist for “There’s Something About Mary”:
-allllllll the Saileen
-GARTH AND EILEEN COME OUT OF THE EPISODE ALIVE, PLEASE
-Mary gets rescued, hopefully a joint effort by our American hunters, but, like, Dean leading the way cuz that’s his mommy and he haS WORDS FOR HER, but for a good reason
-did I mention Saileen?
-I cannot wait to see Sam shielding her omg I’m so here for it
-if Garth isn’t the opening scene kill or whatever, can he please see the Bunker? He’d think it’s the coolest thing he’d get so smiley
-ITS ALL I WANT
-MORE SIGN LANGUAGE FROM SAM