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The highlight is the way this scene evokes Dean’s experiences in Hell. Dean’s always had a very special relationship to torture: since Hell, where torturing others threatened his own humanity, his talent for causing pain has been one of his most bitter secrets. Deep down, he has a capacity to hurt and to take pleasure in pain, and it’s a darkness he’s forever fighting in himself. And this scene – well, it serves as a reminder that the Mark of Cain isn’t so much turning Dean evil as letting out a darkness that Hell awoke in him and that he’s never been able to put away since. The fourth season brushed aside the inevitable trauma Hell had to have caused, but this time Dean’s potential for evil is turning into a damn good storyline, and all I can say is finally.

Review of ‘Meta Fiction’ from DenofGeek

(via jensenacklespl)

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mrsmollywinchester:

ladydeleau:

moosezekiel:

lonelyasgardian:

noodlebatch:

phoenixthecookiemonster:

thescienceofjohnlock:

huntjumptardis:

breakS BUTTon PRESinG sO hARD

I see no downside here.

Downside what downside

Downside: having to wait patiently for Tom Hiddleston 

THERE’S ALWAYS A CATCH

thats okay, three years will fly by

Especially if they’re spent screwing jensen ackles

And only 4 to wait for Jared Padalecki. We good. *presses the button feverishly*