The last one really fucked me over
Come on tho oliver wood was a babe from the moment he stepped onscreen
Yep, Oliver Wood always was the hottest of Hogwarts.
I’d be allover his wood. If you know what I mean.
Hungry trembly blowjobs with wing and anal stimulation! \o/
Jensen photo op - I had this idea in my head and thought I might not be able to ask for it….but surprised myself and didn’t even stutter! LOL
I just said, “Back to back, but looking at each other please?”
He said, “Love it!”
Love isn’t brains, children, i t ’ s b l o o d . Blood screaming inside you to work its will.
me: *points at adult character who is taller, stronger and older than me* small child. must protect at all costs. shelter. very tiny
So, last episode, Crowley tells Dean to “Pick a side”.
And, you know, I’ve been thinking a lot about this. And I’ve come to a few conclusions on this matter.
This season of Supernatural is supposed to be about internal problems, not external. It’s a season of character growth, one where characters are supposed to ask “Who am I?”, “Where do I fit in this world I live in?”, and even “Is it okay that I’m friends with monsters? That I’m a monster? Are humans really good or can monsters be good as well?”. The order Crowley poses fits well with the overall plot the writers have been talking about.
The first problem Crowley may be addressing is the obvious, surface problem of species identity. Is Dean human or demon?
Dean has been seen doing a lot of horrid things. His temper’s not in check at all and he flies off his handle at the drop of a hat. Yet, for the most part, the people he kill are deemed to be “bad” in his eyes. Most aren’t just random people. Most of them are either attacking him first or are people who the audience can understand to extent why Dean would murder the person over someone more innocent. This episode confirmed that Dean, even as a demon, is still righteous.
And what is Dean? Is he a demon? He sure has the violence of a demon.
Is he human? He still seems to have the morality of his human self, even if it’s skewed.
But, does Dean have to choose between either? He could just be a mixture - he could be exactly like Cain.
Before Cain found his Colette, he did a lot of wrong, yet after, he was able to act human once more.
Love conquers monster instincts, whether its vampires with Benny, humans with Gadreel’s friend, or demons with Meg. Cain, even without Colette around, was able to stay human-like. So, could we assume the same could go for Dean? That if he had already met his Colette, that that may be the reason he can flip between humanity and demonosity?
With that in mind, would Dean truly have to choose between being a demon or a human?
But there’s a deeper inner struggle that this surface struggle can represent. It’s a metaphor for Dean’s sexuality.
"Pick a bloody side". Do you know what’s interesting about the first episode this season? Crowley’s mentioning of triplets. Do you know why?
Because there was no specification of what gender they were. And then they play foosball with twins. What a coincidence? Especially since there is a guy in the background that looks similar?
Are you straight? Are you gay? Does Dean have to choose?
Maybe he thinks he has to. Maybe he still holds the fear of John in his mind, maybe his memory still looms over his head and makes Dean afraid of what he feels. Maybe he is scared of the openness that he may have experienced as a new demon. Maybe he doesn’t know what to think.
Or maybe not. Maybe he can be bisexual. Maybe he can accept himself as who he is and live proud of at least that.
This season’s about character growth. It’s about inner struggles and understanding who one is and their place in the world. I’m excited to see what they decide to do.
It’s easy to love someone when they’re happy. What’s hard is loving someone when they’re crying on the bathroom floor at 2am because everything came crashing down at once.