#double bitch face #hahha #ho fudging ho
if sam winchester were held together literally by only duct tape and safety pins inside he would still give them away freely to anyone who might need them
#Benedict #I can’t stand your acting #you are cutting my heart out #the fucking endless and deep sadness in his eyes and a tiny movement #betrays him for what he is #not a sociopath #but a young man #a loner who finds it hard to relate to people #isolated and mocked but #still willing to work for rather than against them #maybe out of self-interest #the excitement of the chase #of the game #but still #he could turn his back on them and wreak his revenge #he may be on the side of the angels but he isn’t one #fuck how terrible it must be for him #to be surrounded by people #whose actions and personalities are so alien to him #but he is the one who is alien #and he’s often told so #but as I said he still solves the crimes #even among a workforce that hates him #’freak’ #he should get credit where credit is due #and finally John Watson is giving it to him #in every possible variant available #to the English language
Exactly. These are all my thoughts put into words. He must have had an awful time growing up, with people calling him “freak” and not realizing that he really has a gift. Smart kids always have the toughest time, but it’s okay because when they grow up, they’re so much happier. Sherlock, however, is still treated like one of those kids who is too smart for everyone else, and everyone still hates him. He loves what he does, but he’s always left on his own because everyone else is too intimidated by his power to befriend him. Until John comes along. Sherlock deduces the hell out of John’s life, and John is stunned by Sherlock’s abilities— and he tells this to Sherlock. That is more than anyone else has ever done, and Sherlock is a bit taken aback because he can’t believe it. Sherlock Holmes, who never has to second-guess himself, checks to make sure that John means what he says. “You really think so? That’s not what people normally say.” “Do you know that you do that aloud? No, it’s…fine.” Sherlock is a show off by nature, but he’s always been shut down because of it, until he finds someone who not only appreciates it, but lets him know that he appreciates it. And this person becomes his first true friend.
never gets old
never ever ever gets old
So I know this seems like a pretty minor scene, but somehow it really speaks volumes about something we already know: Dean will choose Sam over the entire world.
The sky is burning, angels are falling, people are in danger… but all that pales in comparison to the fact that Sam is dying.
So Dean’s gonna stay right there next to his brother, even though the world is ending again. Because no matter what happens, Sammy comes first.
"Don’t you dare think that there is anything, past or present, that I would put in front of you."
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Sometimes I wonder what it would’ve been like if Jess had lived
If Sam and Dean had gotten back half an hour earlier and stopped Jess dying, but she’d seen too much now and wanted to help them.
If she’d been there to fight Yellow-Eyes and Meg, and finally meet John. [Who wouldn’t want to get to know her because let’s be real, she looks more than a little like Mary, and he wouldn’t want to feel the pain all over again.]
If she’d become good friends with Jo, and get hit on by Andy, and become the third member of the nation-wide infamous trio that Hendrickson searched for.
If she’d cried over Sam and not realised what Dean was doing until Sam woke up again. If she’d clashed with Bela, and Ruby.
If her and Sam had broken apart for a while after Dean died, at least romantically, but still worked together to find a way to bring him back.
Who she might see when the dead rose in season 4, and how’d she’d interact with Cas.
How she might travel with Dean at the split in season 5 because she’s not ready to get back together with Sam yet, and how grossed out she’d be when Sam told her Lucifer had tried wearing her face.
What Gabriel might have thought of her, and Lucifer, and Crowley.
If she and Sam had gotten back together long enough for him to say goodbye.
If she’d left to try and have some life of her own too after Sam fell into the Cage, and if Dean would’ve called her to tell her Sam was still alive.
What her reaction to finding out Sam had ignored her because he had no soul was. What Balthazar would have said to her. If she’d have believed in Cas too.
If she’d help Sam through the hallucinations, and mourn Bobby, and maybe get sucked into Purgatory too.
Sometimes I really do wonder.
I don’t think I’ll ever let myself watch the Merlin finale. Because if I don’t watch it, it never happened, right?
Sometimes I feel like maybe I’m never gonna actually be alright.