"Most of the Intelligence community doesn’t believe he exists.
The ones that do call him the Winter Soldier.”
"…and he hasn’t been home in a few days"
goto-fled-is-that-music answered your post: “Alright, before I go fucknuts staring at the same old WIPs again,…”:Dean and Cas having an emotional confession while burning bones/generally ending a hunt?
Cas has never asked for this before.
Still, Dean helps.
There are seven angels following Castiel around these days. When Dean is near, they don’t hang around. They ask for their orders, are politely reminded there are no orders to give, and then they calmly discuss their next moves with Cas. When they come up with a plan, all but one disappear.
Well, not disappear. More, drive off, in pairs.
Eniel stays behind, blinking over his sister’s corpse.
What do you think about Castiel's real grace? The one he was, um, born with. Do you think he'll get that one back?
I think thats entirely dependent on whether the writers decide it was used up in the spell or not…
From the looks of how the season is going I’d guess that, though it might be mentioned, we wont have any plot line revolving around it. At the moment Cas doesn’t need to get it back as he’s running perfectly fine on the stolen stuff.
Its a shame grace has become so easily interchangeable like that, I really liked the original concept of only certain vessels being able to house certain grace. I do realize shows with lots of seasons often loose continuity, and there are new writers/show runners now, but I guess that shouldn’t be an excuse.
I’m a sucker for gag reels and teaser trailers for new seasons. One of the great parts of panels, especially on a show like ‘Supernatural’, which can be so dark, it’s fun to get up there and laugh and remember we’re only telling a story.
MISHA COLLINS MAKES HIS DIRECTING DEBUT — Dean (Jensen Ackles) struggles with the after effects of the Mark of Cain. Meanwhile, Sam (Jared Padalecki) hears about a case where straight-laced people are turning into violent murderers. Sam suspects possession and suggests to Dean that they investigate, but Dean tells him to go without him. While interviewing the local townsfolk, Sam meets an elderly woman named Julia (guest star Jenny O’Hara), who tells him the Men of Letters came to town in 1958. Julia tells Sam the story of a young man named Henry Winchester (guest star Gil McKinney) and his female companion, Josie Sands (guest star Alaina Huffman). While Sam is away, Crowley (Mark Sheppard) tests Dean. Misha Collins directed the episode written by Adam Glass (#917). [x]