Originally Posted by photoshopgrl
Well let's go right to the painful part. That conversation with Sam and Dean at the end.......
And Sam I don't believe you. You've proven in the past that you would go just as far as Dean would. I honestly think that's where they are going with this. I think it's somewhere toward the finale, maybe even the finale, Sam is going to be forced to let Dean die or go to drastic measures to save him. And we know which he'll pick. Why must they do this every season? My heart can't take it.
Weren't you the one complaining about how Sam didn't look for Dean at all after he was blown into Purgatory with Castiel?
I think the conversation does show that Dean really doesn't understand why Sam's so angry with him.
Not at all.
And I have to give myself a little credit when Sam hit him with the "You're terrified to be alone" or without "family" speech as I did mention it last week.
It's a pattern that's not that hard to discern.
John Winchester goes missing. Dean promptly goes to Sam to drag him back into "the life".
Sam gets killed at Cold Oak. Dean promptly finds a crossroads demon to bring him back to life.
Sam is ready to sacrifice himself to close the Gates of Hell.
Dean won't let him and tricks him into letting Gadriel possess him.
I suspect that Dean also would have jumped into the Pit after Sam/Lucifer if he was physically able to.
No issues there.
BTW, when was the last time Sam saved Dean?
It would be a change from Sam always being the monster's victim.
And how much is Dean drinking now?
Sam with the fanny pack amused me.