Yes, I am sad. Yes, I am frustrated.
But if I think about where it comes from, I realize: It’s in parts my own fault. Because I hang on to meta, read and write it, like the next fan. I let me give it hope, let it reassure me that what we want, what I want, what will become the truth, canon.
But I want you to understand one thing:
All fanfic, metas, theories and interpretations are NOT the reality.Continue reading
These are two eps I just have to say something about.Continue reading
So I just finished watched last night’s episode (after my alarm clock failed to wake me, argh) and…woah.
I don’t care if it’s impossible, implausible, ridiculous or whatever. I need to go to sleep and can’t do so as long as my brain doesn’t stop thinking, so I just write this down. Ignore me.
BEWARE OF SPOILERS.
reposted from my Tumblr
I’m rewatching “First Born” and it led me to have a disturbing thought. Cain’s story we all know – making a deal with Luce, killing Able, giving his soul so his brother can get into Heaven, whereas Cain himself ended up in Hell. He became a Knight, made other knights, and together they brought death and destruction upon the Earth.
There was this discussion on Tumblr about the season could possibly end, and this is a repost of my reply. It reacts to the following previous post:
I definitely agree that everything seems to be building up to something Bad happening, but I feel like they’ve kind of played the “death” card too many times for it to have any real impact anymore. If any of these three die, we know they’re going to come back. I think it’s going to be something much worse.
After seeing the promo for next week’s ep, I get this very nasty feeling that it’s not going to be Sam who is getting killed by Dean with the First Blade (as it is my theory for the finale), but that Dean is going to kill Cas, or even Cas Dean. No idea why, but the conflict between those two seems to be a greater one at the moment than the one between Dean and Sam.
I still think Jensen’s words regarding the finale fit Sam and Dean more (as it is, in the end, about the conflict between the brothers) but… mhh, maybe Dean wants to kill Sam and Cas tries to prevent it, getting hurt in the process (which is also the chance to bring in a Reversed Crypt Scene so many people are holding out for)? Though I doubt they’re really gonna write Cas out of the show (that would be…extremely stupid, for starters, and many others things also -.-).
Ugh, let me quote Cas at this point – I’m gonna be sick.
So there is this article/post which reports of Jensen saying at a convention that his reaction to reading the season finale scripts was the following:
Well, let me say this. I got to the last script, and just went ‘Oh. Wow. Oh wow. They went there.’ And that’s not something I often say.