…and miles to go before I sleep
Happy Season 8 Finale
Say you’re John Winchester. Say you are a father, with two kids, age 9 and 5.
A nine year old and a five year old.
Say you know that there is a monster on the loose in the same town as you that is specifically targeting children, with a special preference to children with siblings.
A. Warn your children of the specific dangers of the monster, and arm them with the appropriate weaponry?
B. Leave them in the safe hands of the family friends a few hours away?
C. Leave them in a motel room on their own, without any weapons that will work on said monster or any way to contact you and inadequate food supplies, FOR THREE FRAKKING DAYS. With the 9 year old child armed with a gun and expected to shoot and kill someone if necessary. And forced to stay in the same room the entire time.
Say you come home to find your 9 year old son holding a gun and trying to defend his little brother from being attacked by said monster.
Say your son says he went out for just a second, and came back to find the monster attacking his brother.
A. Comfort both of your sons, reassure them that they are safe and nothing further will happen to them, and reserve any discussions of responsibility or mistakes made until such time that both of them have recovered from any trauma ensued from the experience and you are able to think clearly and rationally about the events involved?
B. Comfort one of your sons, then yell at the other one about how irresponsible he was, blame a 9 year old child for the danger that you put your 5 year old son in? Then dump him on a friend and refuse to discuss it further? Leaving him with with no valuable learning from the situation but a lingering sense of guilt and belief that he had failed you and his brother because he dared to attempt an hour or so’s distraction from constant caretaker responsibility and a further emphasis of his inability to enjoy even basic aspects of childhood such as playing a game for fear of his brother dying as a result?
Say the monster resurfaces. Do you:
A. Learn from your mistake the first time around, and decide to do the right thing and finish off the monster once and for all?
B. Make your son clean up your mess by forcing him to revisit one of the more traumatic events in his childhood, while maintaining radio silence and refusing to assist or even give him accurate information, not even so much a ‘by the way, it’s a shtriga’?
If anyone ever asks me why I don’t like John Winchester?
Oh yeah. That’s why.
I really want a supernatural episode when the boys are on the road and they’re hungry and they’re looking for a place to eat and then they pass by
and they just look at each other and go nope and drives off
Now that I think about it I don’t think there’s another combination of two words in the English language that could make Sam feel worse about himself than this.
This shit’s epic.
CASTIEL`S WINGS THOUGH ON THE WALLS- usually hes our good natured angel, but that ‘in your face’ whipping out the feathers is kinda attractive like-DAYUM
Spoilers for the current season (obviously)
As we know there is both a demon tablet and an angel tablet, although we don’t have much information on the angel tablet I’m going to assume that it works in generally the same way, it closes the gates of heaven forever.
So this is my theory, you either have to use both tablets and close both heaven and hell or neither.
Clearly completing the tasks that are required to fulfill the demon tablet are taking a toll on Sam, and I believe the end will require some sort of self sacrifice, or will take a toll on the body so high it will result in death.
I also believe the angel tablet will work the same way and Dean will take on the tasks involved in the angel tablet (that much more heart wrenching of an arc due to his closeness with Cas).
They still assume they will survive the tasks and as they get close to completing the tasks, Cas will either fall from grace forever exiling himself from heaven or choose to say a thoroughly emotional goodbye to the Winchesters.
But as they near completion of the tasks it becomes clear that neither of them will survive, so the boys will sacrifice themselves to seal both heaven and hell.
At the end of it all, they’ll sacrifice themselves to save the world one last time, Cas (provided he doesn’t fall) will accompany them on one last trip to heaven and all that will be left of the Winchesters is the Impala and all the people they’ve saved.
gifmeme - supernatural + object
This past Christmas I wanted to give the Supernatural fans in my life something cool, but being a student, I’m on a limited budget… so I made them Hunter’s kits!