#look dean#I’m hunting#I’m useful#I can do what you do Dean#I can be of help to you#Dean#please let me stay with you#please don’t shut me out#please don’t discard me like an used up tool with a broken handle#dean please#please love me#please#I thought maybe… (via yellow-turtle)
And you have to wonder, don’t you? How much of Cas’ decision to take Theo’s grace was because he wanted to be useful again- or maybe because he knew that he couldn’t be with Dean, human or angel, and the only thing that he could do was stay away the way that Dean asked, was to become the hardened warrior that he had put aside in Dean’s gentling presence. Dean doesn’t accept him as a human, not the way that Cas sees it, and so he steals another angel’s grace and distances himself again, because the worst pain of humanity isn’t the physical, it’s the roaring in his ears when Dean tells him to go.
Dean holding back his description of Cas; "Dark hair that curls a little at the base of his neck, real cute, got one hell of an ass, bluest blue eyes that ever blued, nice lips, about my size, athletic, swimmer’s shoulders, hot as fuck… anything of these sounded familiar? ‘cause that’s who we’re looking for."
Oh, I was waiting (hoping) for someone to put these moments together. This is entirely too funny.
Of course his descriprion of Cas is his… hair color, and his blue eyes and his attitude (“a little out of it”) which Dean totally doesn’t find endearing, and of course it’s completely different from his usual descriptions, with bonus stammering.
I know at least one Winchester who needs to get a griippp~
[about how she got cast as Johanna] I’m so not an angry person. So I was like, F—-, this is going to be a little complicated, and I don’t wanna go in there and give him something fake and ridiculous. but the morning I woke up, everything started pissing me off. And I was like, Whoa, whoa, whoa, what’s happening? And I was like, Oh, wait. She’s [Johanna] totally taking over. By the time I was in there, I was seething; I was frothing at the mouth. I don’t even think I said hello to Francis. I just walked in and said, “Tell me when you want me to start.”