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So.. This is the state of my desk right now (or lately … Ok, alright : Most of the time) I wouldn’t say I’m obsessed. I’d say I’m devoted to the show. Truth be told, I haven’t even watched an episode today (yet). #Supernatural #SPN #DVDs #Book #Desk #Tumblr #Fandom #Fangirl #Proud #Happy #instaphoto (à Paris)
OMG THAT GIF! Perfect.
If Sammy’s situation this season isn’t enough pain for you, here is a video reminding you of all the pain he had to come through.
It IS SUBLIME. Well, pain is not sublime but mostly Supernatural is about pain xD It just feels awesome to see such a perfect work on such a great character. I’m still and will always be in awe. Just watch it.
The comforting #Starbucks Caramel Macchiato after#CatchingFire because well… I knew it all but JEEZ HAVE MERCY!!! This film is the best thing. #cinema
#CatchingFire FINALLY I feel like everybody watched but me! With @kooky_lou #Cinema #UGC #instapic (à UGC Ciné Cité Bercy)
Tracy’s never ending list of favorite scenes → Mommy Dearest
Reason: There’s literally nothing I don’t love about this scene. I’ll start with Dean. How much of a freaking awesome hunter/badass is he? I mean honestly. He actually thought ahead enough to consider that Eve might try to turn him and if he drank the phoenix ash, it would be in his system and she would taste it if she bit him and it might be enough to kill her. But setting asides Dean’s total awesomeness, there’s Sam, Cas, and Bobby’s reaction to the plan Dean obviously didn’t share with him. Sam’s reaction is best, he starts struggling so hard against the 2 guys holding him, but Bobby also tries to get to Dean. Cas is totally helpless and he just doesn’t know what to do beyond call for Dean. It’s just so perfect. Dean is the ever perfect hunter and his brother and friends want so badly to help him. Beautiful.
Sophia Bush as Detective Erin Lindsay on Chicago Fire
When your favorite actress comes back on TV and suddenly life has meaning. She’s so talented and I’m not even biased by the fact I admire her outside her acting career. Sophia Bush is the first actress who touched me. I miss Brooke Davis so bad it hurts but I am so eager to discover more and more about Detective Lindsay. I am not even waiting for characters traits I’ve seen in her other characters. I just … I just can’t wait for her to awaken those feelings I get when I fall in love with her characters. I am trully happy and blessed that she is back on my TV. That’s all wanted.
Reason: When Dean hears the first explosion, he freaks. He yells through the gag and looks furious. But then the second explosion goes off and he looks like he’s holding back vomit. Barely. He tries to stay still, to keep from shaking, when he considers the fact that Sam could really be dead. But then, this. Sam stumbles into the room and Dean struggles to see him over his shoulder, to see his brother’s condition. He won’t let himself feel any sort of relief until he can be sure that Sam is alright. And the whole time this scene is going on, there’s a silent conversation going on between the two. It starts with Dean watching Sam enter. “Are you alright?” he asks without words and Sam reassures him by placing a strong but shaky hand on Dean’s shoulder before he weakly falls to his knees and begins untying the rope. A cute little detail is the way Dean wiggles his arm like he’s directing Sam to the very obvious problem. ‘Here, Sammy, this is my problem right here.’ Dean, as soon as he’s free of the restraints, stands and helps his brother straighten so he can look at him - so he can judge if Sam’s really okay for himself. The older brother surveys him, eyes taking in every visible wound, and angling his little brother so he can clearly see the damage. And Sam gives one last attempt to assure Dean that he’s alright by grabbing his arm and nodding. This scene has everything. Dean being incredibly protective, Sam helping him, silent Winchester communication, and little things that are too cute - like when Sam leans down to untie the rope, Dean’s hand angles towards Sam’s and Sam just barely touches him before getting started on the rope. I just… it’s cute.
Tracy’s never ending list of favorite scenes → The Song Remains the Same
Reason: What Mary is finding difficult to believe, besides the obvious fact that her grown son is standing before her, is the fact that her sons were obviously raised hunters; something she was adamantly against. Since she could remember, all she wanted was a normal life with kids that would grow up, go to school, and be whatever they wanted to be. And she was horrified.
But what Dean sees in her reaction is disappointment. She can’t believe she has a son that is as pathetic as Dean. She deserved better and he knows it. So, with that in mind, he sincerely apologizes that, despite her disappointment and probably wishing that it wasn’t true, he was indeed her son. And the look she gives him when he does apologize breaks my heart because it’s like she understands what he’s feeling and wishes he didn’t. She may have only known him for a few days but she could easily see that he was a step above a hero. He knew of Mary his whole life and the first thing he assumes when she officially meets him is that he’s not what she wanted.
OMG! This scene continually breaks me in million pieces everytime and yeah I get the whole “No, I can’t believe my sons are hunter” but I never thought that’s what Dean felt. That he knew she was sorry and disappointed for him to be a hunter and for not having the life HE deserved, OK. But that he actually assumed he was not what she wanted … NO. That’s probably true though. Knowing Dean, I can totally see him think like that. And Mary see through him.