I don’t understand why Death gets lumped in with Supernatural villains. He’s the essence of neutrality. He doesn’t side with heaven or hell. His purpose is to get souls where they belong so they don’t become vengeful spirits.
The only time he actively killed people was during the apocalypse and that’s because Lucifer had him bound. The other horsemen enjoyed wreaking havoc but Death had to be forced to do it. Isn’t that a clear indication that he’s not evil
Plus, he likes junkfood.
How could somebody liking junkfood be a villain.
Death loving junk food is my favorite character trait because what do people always say to people who eat nothing but junk food? That stuff will kill you
People call Death a villain? He GAVE Dean his ring. Without it they wouldn’t have been able to stop the apocalypse. He went and got Sam’s soul just to be nice, he didn’t have to, Dean broke his deal (both ways-he fucked up being Death, and never bothered to check out the shit with the souls). Plus he kept the door open for the Leviathans to get dumped back into Purgatory, even though he didn’t get anything out of it but hassle. Death is a great big old softy.
"Look, little brother! Everything the light touches is our kingdom!"
"What about that shadowy part, Michael?"
"That’s Earth, Gabriel. You must never go there!"
*20580923 years later*
*casa erotica sounds in the distance*
wow, remember when demons used to be intimidating and a problem and it wasn’t like ‘oh, Dean and Sam vs. 5 Demons, those are some dead demons’ it was ‘OMG Dean and Sam and Bobby vs. FIVE DEMONS?! WHERE THE HELL IS CAS I THINK IT BROKE BOBBY’S ARM WHEN IT PINNED HIM TO THE WALL SAM DON’T YOU DARE USE YOUR POWERS OH JESUS’
In this episode, Sam is learning who John is / was through Dean’s eyes. He tries to mix it with his own view on John. He is open minded and not fighting as he would’ve done if it was in s1, for example. The thing I really loved is in the 4th gif, we see Dean talking about John, to Henry. The whole scene is Dean-Henry focused. But if you look at it, the way Dean looks at Sam, the way the camera focuses on Sam right after Dean finished talking , as if he was talking to Sam, as if he was trying to say : ‘I love our father, please see him at least a little like I do, please don’t hate my dad’, then Sam deliberately, return that look as a mean of ‘I understand you’ , and you see the process Sam has gone through in this episode. From ‘And dad made up for that how? By being father of the year?’ to ‘I know that. I… I do.’ and it isn’t easy for him, but it’s a very important thing to remember, as fucked up and horrible father John was, this was probably the best he could do. For Sam, that realization came in the right place, after he has gone through an angry process, after he knows his father’s wrongs and doesn’t romanticize him. Its part of the non-tunnel view Sam has. The part of him that knows that there are (at least) two sides of the coin. That a person isn’t ‘only wrong’ or ‘only right’, there is always in between.
N° 13 in the Series "Favourite SPN Shots"
4x09 "I Know What You Did Last Summer"
"And you’re Dean. The Dean? […] The angels talk about you. You were in hell, but Castiel pulled you out and some of them think you can help save us. And some of them don’t like you at all."
This will always be one of my absolute favourite shots and right up there with Castiel’s introduction in “Lazarus Rising” when the signs on the door at the abandoned gas station said “wings”, “positive” and “no smoke”. And while of course Anna’s introduction started right in the beginning of the episode with her sitting on her bed in a mental hospital listening to angels talk, this moment here - when Sam and Dean find her in the church - to me will always be the ~true character introduction of Anna.
Because the visual of Anna hiding behind a glass painting is not just beautiful on an artistic level, but because it is one of the most amazing foreshadowing shots the show has done over the years imo.
Anna, a girl, who thinks she is losing her mind, because she can hear angels talk hides behind the glass painting of an angel. The same girl, who would remember later in the episode that she is exactly what she was hiding behind: an angel. A fallen angel. A fallen angel, who became human by ripping out her grace, because she no longer wanted to hide, not behind a glass painting, not behind being an angel, but wanting to trade everything heaven stood for for human emotion. For pain, for love, for all of it.
But it’s not just the glass painting that foreshadows the reveal of Anna being an angel. It’s the following shots as well. Especially those when she gives up her cover and walks into the room, right in front of this huge painted and patterned window. In front of which she comes to halt dead center. And it’s not just the windows behind her, but Sam and Dean as well, who ~give her wings. As wingmen. Helping her to figure out, who she is and embark on a quest with her to find her grace…
people who hate on misha collins make me so fucking angry. there’s no fucking reason for it. honestly, he is what i hope to be in 20 years time.
he’s a poor kid from a broken family that fucking made it, and made it huge and cares and giving back in every way he fucking can and in ways he doesn’t even fucking know. he loves his fans. he tries so fucking hard. he is so damn humble.
don’t you dare shit on misha collins.
Dean + favourite scenes [8/10]"You’re just, uh… actually… not awful at that. You’re like… father material."
Jensen’s reaction - priceless
MY FAVOURITE THING ABOUT THIS is Mark’s reaction. HE LOOKS SO IMPRESSED WITH OUR FILTHY MINDS I CANT
BANGS HIS HEAD AGAINST THE MICROPHONE
and Ben’s just like, ‘yes, these are the fangirls I have raised. I’m so proud’
ben’s laugh is my favorite part
SPN10 Countdown Challenge (10/23): Day Ten: Road Trip
"I told him to run."