Thinking about how the plot of season 6 wouldn’t make sense if you do not acknowledge the fact that Cas and Crowley working together was an affair, or at least it felt like so to Dean.
Majority of the people that I heard saying that they disliked that conflict, say that it doesn’t make sense because Dean should’ve understood Cas’ point of view. And that Dean has also worked with demons before, more than once, out of desperation. Which is why he doesn’t have the right to be mad. And I understand that. But it wasn’t about working with demons. No. Not really. The thing that hurt Dean the most about Cas’ choice was how he chose to ask for help from Crowley, instead of him. Cas chose Crowley over him.
“Look me in the eye, and tell me you’re not working with Crowley…”
“You’re in it with him? You and Crowley?? You’re going after purgatory together??? You have, huh? This whole time!”
“No, you had a choice. You just made the wrong one.”
“I was there. Where were you?”
The plot literally doesn’t make sense if you do not acknowledge destiel or crowstiel or deancascrowley. And I think that’s insane, especially for a show from 2005.
Let me tell you everything
I apologise for this but i have this disease where any time i see [a picture of someone wearing a coat] my brain goes OwO? Cas? Is that Cas?
ID: Digital drawing of Castiel from Supernatural, in a low crouch with his fingers laced in front of him. He is looking up to face the viewer. Behind him is a snowy scene with a bench, some flowers and trees, taken from episode 6x20. There is red writing in the top left corner of the image reading: "War criminal... Or AUTISM". End ID.
the types of camera shots used in the holy fire scene in tmwwbk. its like. we are filming an intervention but i want you to know that you and i both know there is one person here whose feelings matter the most
let's do some mid shots for sam
how about medium close ups for bobby
but how will everyone know that we should identify most with dean's emotions? how will they know that dean's lip wobble is the most important thing in this room?
even his over-the-shoulder shots are so much tighter. like. hey bedlund, buddy, friend, i love what you've done with the place
And yet, when Cas leaves, when he walks towards the door and doesn’t look back, Dean was watching him the entire time. He looks away not because he couldn’t look at Cas. But because after what he said (which he knew was wrong), he couldn’t have Cas look at him. And if you see the parallels of this scene to 6x20, it makes perfect sense. Cas couldn’t look at Dean for the same reason Dean couldn’t look at Cas. It wasn’t hate, it was shame.