This is my favorite two lines in the entire episode. The Jensen, Jared, and the writers do such a great job at summarizing Sam and Dean’s entire relationship through out this season in this one scene that it’s amazing.
Dean, as always, is desperate to save Sam. He could care less if the whole world went to hell, as long as Sam was ok. However, this does not mean Dean gives (or has been lately) Sam a free pass for all of the mistakes he has made, and he is certainly not afraid to let Sam know.
Sam, at this point, is so hyper aware of everything he has done wrong in Dean’s eyes that he doesn’t care if he lives or dies. Death, in which Sam knows before Dean even blurts it out is a very likely outcome, is something he is fully prepared and willing to face. Not because Sam has made so many horrible mistakes, but because he feels this is the only way to even begin to make up for letting Dean down so many times.
Why did I start writing?
I was not born with a pen in my hand. I don’t have an undying need to put my words on a page. I don’t yearn to reach out and touch hearts with my writing. I have not been writing since before I could walk.
When a character death is so sudden you just sit there in shock for three minutes wondering where the hell that came from
i think you were talking about finnick odair
I think you were talking about Sirius Black.
I think you were talking about Ned Stark.
I think you were definitely talking about Fred Weasley.
We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion. And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for.
- Parents: Don't talk to people on the internet.
- Me: Trust me, I try to get them to talk to me all the time and they don't want to.