Destiel's Delight

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castiel-knight-of-hell:

castiel-knight-of-hell:

Andrew Dabb, who wrote both these episodes, said on the season 8 DVD that he honestly believes the Road Runner cartoons are a statement on man’s pursuit of God

In Reichenbach Cas woke up to a Road Runner cartoon and then shared a touching moment with a human child. Maybe he’s ready to stop chasing the divine and join humanity

I just realized the motel room in Hunteri Heroici is decorated in the colors of a Road Runner cartoon. A+ to Jerry Wanek for expressing the cartoon theme of the episode without making it look childish

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So I know that there have been several people who’ve talked about Crowley’s line of “Pick a bloody side!” and “I think you don’t know what you want” and how it’s a metaphor of Dean’s bisexuality. They’ve said that Bisexual’s don’t have to pick a side, obviously, just like Dean doesn’t want to. 
But really. 
And there’s something else I’d like to point out.
In the scene where Crowley demands that Dean “pick a side” there are four people in the room. Dean and Crowley face each other in a stand off, and a male demon is one one side of the room and a female demon on the other side. 
Dean is directly in the middle the entire time. 
The scene could have easily been shot with another “Just Dean and Crowley confrontation” but they decided to have these two other demons placed just so and they don’t really serve any other purpose. 
Dean stays right in the middle of the two and refuses to pick a side. 

Supernatural - or “six thousand ways to suggest your character is bisexual without actually saying it”…

thebloggerbloggerfun:

So I know that there have been several people who’ve talked about Crowley’s line of “Pick a bloody side!” and “I think you don’t know what you want” and how it’s a metaphor of Dean’s bisexuality. They’ve said that Bisexual’s don’t have to pick a side, obviously, just like Dean doesn’t want to. 

But really. 

And there’s something else I’d like to point out.

In the scene where Crowley demands that Dean “pick a side” there are four people in the room. Dean and Crowley face each other in a stand off, and a male demon is one one side of the room and a female demon on the other side. 

Dean is directly in the middle the entire time. 

The scene could have easily been shot with another “Just Dean and Crowley confrontation” but they decided to have these two other demons placed just so and they don’t really serve any other purpose. 

Dean stays right in the middle of the two and refuses to pick a side. 

Supernatural - or “six thousand ways to suggest your character is bisexual without actually saying it”…

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Anonymous asked: idk if its just me, but i was expecting more destiel scenes on last night's ep (considering that dabb wrote it and he is a huge ass shipper)

bakasara:

I’m sorry you were disappointed. Personally, this episode is what convinced me once and for all romantic Dean/Cas is endgame. I have no idea how explicit is gonna be (though, IMO if you’re gonna put THIS MUCH effort in it, seriously, do yourself a favor and go big otherwise why didn’t you altogether stay home), but I’m 101% convinced it’s endgame.

Time together=/=forwarding destiel. And overt references also are not nevessarily what forwards destiel more than everything.

Ok, let’s go. I’ll try to be as articulated as possible, but please excuse me if it’s a bit all over the place because I’ve finished watching a couple hours ago and I’m still freaking out. I’ll mention a lot of things and themes intersecting so if any connection I’m making between stuff isn’t clear, just tell me and I’ll try to make the passages more explicit.

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This is very well articulated, although (not wanting to rain on anyone’s parade) the writers can still  go ahead, as they have done now for six seasons and counting, and tell the love story of Dean and Cas in the sub-textual layer of the narrative (as they are doing here) without making any of their prolific signs and parallels explicit. 

Filed under Supernatural Destiel 10x02 Still subtext Will they won't they?