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20 September 2009 @ 02:51 pm
A tisket, a tasket, a green and yellow basket  
++ Sendhil Ramamurthy should do comedies more often. After Friday's Psych and his video blog piece promoting a movie he doesn't appear in, it's so obvious that he should just do something in the comedy-line of work. Perhaps he should go on How I Met Your Mother or something similar to that. Maybe he and Zachary Quinto and Nathan Fillion and Misha Collins should get together and do something hilarious . How awesome would that be?!

++ Saw Eliza Dushku's movie Open Graves last night when it aired on SciFi, and hoo-boy was it horrible. So very, very horribly bad. The only decent thing about it was Eliza, of course, otherwise I swear I could have had a better time watching paint dry. It makes Soul Survivors and Wrong Turn look like masterpieces, I am so not joking. It was that bad. But I had to watch it because it had Eliza. Oh bb, the things I do for you.

But all wasn't lost, because I saw a very short Caprica teaser for the series. \o/

++ Like most I watched the SPN 5.03 spoiler clip and quite frankly, I loved it. I know there are some Dean/Castiel fans that are uncertain how to take what happened in this clip, but I've determined a few things after rewatching it:
01. Dean is going to make sure that Castiel doesn't die, I'm certain of this. Even if his attitude seemed more or less the "oh you'll die by tomorrow, sucks dude" that's just the Dean Winchester front. Of course we don't know anything in context of what is happening so maybe he had this freakout prior or whatever. But if there's anything Dean does, is not let his angel get threatened to be killed. Not after all what Castiel has done for him, this would be the perfect episode for Dean to see how precious and valuable Castiel is to him.

02. I view Castiel's reaction to the talking about sex more of an embarrassment on his behalf that they're having this conversation than embarrassed that he never had sex before. He's becoming more and more human with his emotional reactions that his awkward looks and fidgeting may indicate that he just does not feel comfortable talking about something like that with Dean. His "I never had the occasion" comment I think was more focused on the fact that being an angel he couldn't do so.

03. Besides which, aside from the blatant slashy innuendo ("special oil"? "Bert and Ernie are gay?" Castiel following Dean?) I highly doubt anything will happen unless it is Dean that deflowers Castiel. I view this episode as something like The Bro Episode between them, establishing that they are teaming up as equals and confidants instead of just mere man and angel having business transactions. Dean attempting to pimp Castiel out will not end in him losing his innocence and purity. Lord, I hope not, because we DO NOT want a repeat of the lame sex shit like last season. No, we do not. No, this episode is more about the growing bond between Dean and Castiel and this is just Dean's way of doing what he does best. But it will backfire because really, what doesn't?
And that's that. I understand the worries a bit, but again the SUBTEXT between them is all that we need. And this episode will have tons of Dean/Castiel scenes just for that. Which I cannot wait for.

Besides, I think there's fanfic of this scene, and more than one. I've read several that had the exact same concept with Dean and Castiel. Oh Kripke, you sneaky bastard, you've been trolling fandom!


++ I've been meaning to do a recommendations post, which I may write up later. But here is something I have to rec out today, because it's simply fantastic:

"Chosen", created by k9lover27 (music video)
For those who love Draco Malfoy, you'll enjoy this fanmade video which illustrates perfectly the conflicts and turmoil he suffers through HBP. The way it was edited with the music, the scenes, the voiceovers, it's really very excellent. I found this just the other day and fell in love. It does an nice job with placing the mood for my poor Draco and what he goes through. ♥
 
 
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Shonaille: Christina Hendricks Heaven Sentkalikahuntress on September 21st, 2009 12:13 am (UTC)
I think even I forget that Dean is a dick, it's his coping mechanism and I get it but damn it even get's me sometimes. Which is why I edited my latest LJ post because I keep on forgetting. Dean can be sweet but when he's really freaked out, he's not very nice.

I just don't want any of the women at the brothel demeaned in anyway for jokes, that is my main concern. No way they will have Castiel sleeping with some down on her luck young woman who happens to be a prostitute, I mean he can read minds he knows what he would be doing is wrong. Hell, we don't even see Dean frequenting whorehouses, he usually picks up willing women who find him hot. I guess Dean would bring Cas to a brothel because as handsome as Castiel is in his vessel, he couldn't pick up a chick if he tried.

The show has done a lot to mend their past errors in regards to women and minorities with the last two epsi.e not immediately killing them off or having them as love interests, more than any show ever has in a good while IMO and I hate for them to ruin that for cheap laughs.

Edited at 2009-09-21 02:34 am (UTC)
Renée: Castiel. Bookish.rogueslayer452 on September 21st, 2009 03:36 am (UTC)
Yeah, it's one of Dean's flaws at times. He can sometimes be a dick without really thinking about it, and it's that flawed part of his character, but that's what makes Dean, well, Dean.

I definitely agree about the whole brothel thing. Dean is known for hooking up with random girls for a quickie and then moving on, but there's no way Castiel is going to do the same. Very doubtful he will. As mentioned, this is more of the budding relationship between them, nothing more. It'll be hilarious because this is what I've been wanting more of, Dean and Castiel teaming together on hunts, and this seems like something Dean would be doing if he had other friends or buddies besides his own brother. So to me, it signifies to closer relationship they're having now, which I like.

The show has done a lot to mend their past errors in regards to women and minorities with the last two epsi.e not immediately killing them off or having them as love interests, more than any show ever has in a good while IMO and I hate for them to ruin that for cheap laughs.

Agreed, on so many levels. I was actually impressed that two episodes in there wasn't any killing of women or minorities. I hope they keep this up.
icecoldrain: Defying Gravity - Zoeicecoldrain on September 21st, 2009 12:19 am (UTC)
I saw that episode today, it was hysterical. Cheesey, but hysterical lol. Sendhil should definitely leave Heroes, he's being wasted there.

But really bad SyFy movies are fun to watch lol. There was this one on called Gravedancers(or something, I know grave and dancers were in the title though lol), and it was just such a bad movie.

I think you've read/seen more spoilers for supernatural than I have this season lol. The last ones I read were some small ones in a Misha interview.
Renéerogueslayer452 on September 21st, 2009 02:04 am (UTC)
I agree. Sendhil is so being wasted and underused in Heroes, they already ruined his character and now they're pushing him to the background like everyone else. And by everyone else, I mean those that aren't Sylar or a Petrelli. :/

Hehe, bad SciFi movies are just too hilarious. Same with really cheesy horror flicks.

It's funny, because I haven't really read anything spoilerish other than that clip, which I felt obligated to see because it had Castiel and Dean. Otherwise, I know nothing else of what is going to happen. Heh.
icecoldrain: Defying Gravity - Zoeicecoldrain on September 21st, 2009 02:19 am (UTC)
Actually, pretty much everyone is being underused on Heroes lol. You forgot about Cliare lol. But yeah, I think this is going to be the last season of Heroes. I saw a clip on the NBC fall previews thing, and it looked pretty bad. I hope it's better than how it looked.

SciFi movies are so bad they're good. I think there was a half shark half T-rex movie once lol.

I only know two spoilers. Judging by the clip you were talking about, one will be in the third episode and I don't know when the other one is going to turn up lol.
icecoldrain: Defying Gravity - Zoeicecoldrain on September 21st, 2009 02:22 am (UTC)
You forgot about Cliare lol.
Cliare? That with cheesey instead of cheesy, apparently I can't type today lol.
Renée: Firefly. Big Damn Heroes.rogueslayer452 on September 21st, 2009 02:58 am (UTC)
Well, technically Claire is a Petrelli, so she counts in that category. They're all in cahoots with each other, so yeah. I agree this will be the last season, and they've been cut down some episodes instead of the generic 22. There are some things that look okay, but the show has had certain concepts that looked good but landed in the shithole, so.

Misha Collins is going to be in an upcoming SciFi Channel movie called Stonehenge Apocalypse. Predicting it'll be so bad that it's awesome. XD
icecoldrain: Defying Gravity - Zoeicecoldrain on September 21st, 2009 03:12 pm (UTC)
But I think Claire needs a seperate catagory lol. When Claire thought she was the catalyst, I was like please not be. I think they need to know when to stop following a character, Hiro should not have been kept past the second season. I loved Hiro, and now it's like just like why is he on? Same with Niki/Jessica/Tracy. I think it would have been far more interesting if Trace turned out to be another personality of Niki, then a whole new person. What they did was interesting for like five seconds lol. And of course Mohinder, he shouldn't have been on past the first season.

Stonehenge Apocalypse
OMG I'm going to have to watch that lol. It should be so cheesy and bad it'll be hysterical. I once spotted Jack Coleman on a bad SciFi movie, it was the end but it looked like he was in a submarine that was in a volcano lol.
Renée: Castiel. Bookish.rogueslayer452 on September 21st, 2009 08:40 pm (UTC)
I do agree about the Hiro thing, but not with Niki or Mohinder. I loved Niki/Jessica and thought they had something going great with her in season one, but I was so confused in season two and they completely retconned her entire character's storyline (I would have preferred if Niki/Jessica stayed alive, even though Tracy is kickass). I consider Mohinder a very vital character in the series from seasons one and two, and I really enjoyed season two and where they were going with his development. It could have been interesting where they took him afterward but they ruined that is season three by turning him into Jekyll/Hyde Spider-Bug-Man. :/

The show really overuses these characters due to contracts I think, and try to make ridiculous storylines make sense just to keep them around more, often ignoring continuity and consistencies and actual character development with them. I mean, what is the point of Sylar anymore? Seriously. He should have gone away like, since season two. Hell, S1 he should have just remained gone.
icecoldrain: Defying Gravity - Zoeicecoldrain on September 21st, 2009 08:58 pm (UTC)
I thought Niki/Jessica was so boring. Everytime it looked like something was interesting, it kind of fell flat to me lol. I would have liked it better if Niki/Jessica kind of got pushed aside by Tracy after the fire, but instead they made it just a whole new person. I hope they don't bring Barbara in either, that'll just be like why? lol.

Sylar kind of lost it a bit last season. I think they over did him and the shape-shifting to. It was kind of like OH LOOK, I CAN SHAPE-SHIP EVERYWHERE! Although I thought him turning into his mother was surprising.

And as I've been saying, they need to think about how they want the show to end and work toward it. With the type of show they've created, they can't just do random things everywhere and forget about what they did in the past volumes.
Renée: Gaius Baltar. Politics = boring.rogueslayer452 on September 21st, 2009 09:43 pm (UTC)
I really loved Niki/Jessica because of the mystery of whether she did have a split personality or whatever, and I had wanted her to become one after the S1 finale, but it's when they had the multiple personality thing that really threw me off. But I do agree, they are really using Ali like crazy for multiple people which of course, this is Heroes where they just overuse things ad nauseum. It's getting ridiculous.

Sylar is so boring and overrated. There is nothing new with him and it got old fast. :/

With the type of show they've created, they can't just do random things everywhere and forget about what they did in the past volumes.

THIS THIS THIS. It's the biggest pet peeve of mine with this show, because Tim Kring obviously has no plans whatsoever of how the story is going to end, or even where it's all going. They've done this song and dance before with characters wanting to go back to "normal lives" and whatnot. The show should just get canceled already, I don't foresee anything beyond the same old bullshit they've been doing.
icecoldrain: Defying Gravity - Zoeicecoldrain on September 22nd, 2009 12:26 am (UTC)
I did like it better before it turned into multiple personality caused by having an ability. I thought it would get a little interesting when they showed her as Gina, but that went nowhere.

Tim Kring obviously has no plans whatsoever of how the story is going to end
I think there was even an interview where someone mentioned that there were no plans far in the future and I was like WE CAN SEE THAT. And that is the shows problem, but I will be with it until the end lol. I think this will be the final season unless they pulls themselves together. What's the point of having different volumes if you omit the past ones as a new one starts?
Renée: DH. Echo. Blank slate.rogueslayer452 on September 22nd, 2009 01:14 am (UTC)
I actually had a theory that Jessica had an ability too, and after she died she would live in inside of Niki which would then reveal whatever that power was. I thought that would have been nifty to see. But yeah, the Gina character was so utterly random. And it got DL killed, which made me sad. Such a waste.

I won't be following it. Maybe for the lulz, but otherwise I think it'll crash and burn.
icecoldrain: Defying Gravity - Zoeicecoldrain on September 22nd, 2009 01:43 am (UTC)
That's an interesting theory. Mine was more along the lines of almost possession but not quite lol. Like she was Niki, and Jessica was Jessica, but the somehow fused without it being a multiple personality order if that makes any sense lol.

I was interested in seeing where they were going with the Gina storyline, but obviously that went nowhere. And before Tracy was a triplet, I thought it was like Nikki was killed and was now Tracy which could turn into someone else(even Jessica). I had the Five Years Gone episode in mind because Jessica was killed and it was just Niki.

I'm still going to watch, I love Heroes lol. Even with all it's problems, I still find it good and I'm going to stick with it until the end. I just hope they have one big season finale since I think this is going to be the last season lol.
srs bsns: castiel darkibroketuesday on September 21st, 2009 12:23 am (UTC)
Your comments on the promo make me happeh. :3

ETA: Sendhil should be one of Misha's costars in Stonehenge Apocalypse. If not, I second aurilly's idea that Sendhil, Misha and David Anders should all be lawyers in a lawyer show.

Edited at 2009-09-21 12:35 am (UTC)
Renée: Castiel. Bookish.rogueslayer452 on September 21st, 2009 01:59 am (UTC)
I try to think positive and honestly, I can't see it playing out any other way in my head. :)

YES, SENDHIL SHOULD BE IN STONEHENGE APOCALYPSE! That would be so amazing and awesome and crackalicious. But I am also loving the Sendhil/Misha/David being lawyers thing. Maybe they should all join in Jamie Bamber in L&O:UK.
srs bsns: castiel crony poniesibroketuesday on September 21st, 2009 10:15 am (UTC)
I try to have faith in the writers. But after Heroes, it's so hard. :((

Mmm. Jamie and Misha look enough like that they could play estranged brothers.
The Large Purple Weed: Castiel <3tracy on September 21st, 2009 01:26 am (UTC)
Your comments on the clip make me happy too. I hope it's exactly as you say. ♥
Renée: Castiel. Cute and sneaky.rogueslayer452 on September 21st, 2009 01:57 am (UTC)
I can't think of anything else that would happen, because I do simply see this as the bonding time between Dean and Castiel. If that means going to a bar where Dean's attempts at hooking Castiel up and it fails and backfires due to awkwardness or apocalyptic stuff happening, then so be it.

But I do see the nervousness in thinking otherwise, of course. Nevertheless, it will be a Dean/Castiel episode that we'll love.
noybusiness on September 21st, 2009 01:36 am (UTC)
Personally, I don't usually watch movies because a favorite actor is in them. No Wishmaster 4: The Prophecy Fulfilled (other than the end, which I caught while channel surfing) despite Michael Trucco, no My Bloody Valentine 3-D despite Jensen Ackles. Although if Jensen is in Resident Evil 4: Afterlife as rumored, I'd like to see it. It's not exactly up my alley but I saw the first movie and it wasn't that bad.

I like that you like Eliza Dushku. I've seen too many people call her acting "wooden", which I don't agree with at all. Faith and Caroline are very different, for example, not to mention all the other flexing her actor muscles get on Dollhouse.

Silly Dean-rabbit, of course Castiel is a virgin. Sex with humans would be hampered by the fact that he's usually just light and fire, and sex with angels would be incest. Although I can imagine some angels sneeking in extracirricular activies after they get their human bodies, Castiel isn't the type.
Renée: Castiel. Guardian angel.rogueslayer452 on September 21st, 2009 01:53 am (UTC)
I have a tendency to watch such movies for the actors sometimes, even if it might be horrible. I remember when on SciFi they made a huge deal about Katee Sackhoff in The Last Sentinel, which bombed so hard even Katee is embarrassed for the fans who watched it and continues to say people can get their money back for the time they wasted watching it, lol.

I'm actually pretty baffled at how many people rag on Eliza. Her acting is not wooden, she's proved time and again she has versatility and with Dollhouse they are certainly experimenting with such things like playing different characters and expanding their ranges. Eliza has that range, and I speak as a huge fan of hers because I have seen all her projects she's done over the years. There are certain roles she's chosen that are quite...questionable (Open Graves, for one) but she is a talented woman nonetheless. I love her.

Sex with humans would be hampered by the fact that he's usually just light and fire, and sex with angels would be incest. Although I can imagine some angels sneeking in extracirricular activies after they get their human bodies, Castiel isn't the type.

This, yes. I'm thinking along the same lines, since angels are all brothers and sisters and have a more familial kinship rather than romanticizing, this is just Dean thinking with a one-track mind when dealing with the "last night on Earth" dealio. Hell, that happened last season and look how that turned out (which I mainly want to forget ever happened, perhaps this is Kripke's way of having the Bros Before Hos way of making up for that lame storyline, heh). So yeah, highly doubtful Castiel will do anything like that, but again, it's furthering evidence that Dean and Castiel are going through that bonding stage.
noybusiness on September 21st, 2009 03:23 am (UTC)
Well, they're actors, they have to keep getting paid.

I wish Scifi Original Movies weren't so uniformly bad. I watched The Immortal Voyage of Captain Drake because the name and the preview seemed cool, and it was disappointing, though more plain than ugly, as it were.
Renée: DH. Echo. Blank slate.rogueslayer452 on September 21st, 2009 03:27 am (UTC)
True. Especially with actors just starting out, they don't have that luxury of picking and choosing their roles it's more like crossing their fingers that they get a job.

Yeah, they do have a reputation for being uniformly bad, except for a few that are actually pretty good. Tin Man was exceptionally awesome, imo. But the majority of them, not so much.
noybusiness: Leoben/Anders/Starbuck threesomenoybusiness on September 21st, 2009 03:57 am (UTC)
That was an Original Miniseries, as with Taken and Firestarter: Rekindled, they're usually better. I liked it.
Tracy: Casalexwhitman25 on September 21st, 2009 02:17 am (UTC)
I see we both had to cave and watch the clip, lol. I felt guilty afterwards, but no way my willpower could last.

I totally agree with you that Cas isn't going to actually take it that far. If he does, Kripke will be getting an earful from me! Yes, Cas is exploring his more emotional/human side, but I just don't see Cas being comfortable with that going down.

As for the Dean/Cas dynamic, Dean's bitchery is nothing new. So I wasn't surprised to see it. But I do hope at some point in the episode we get to see him more serious about the situation. Not just for all the lovely Dean/Cas squeeage, but because after what Cas said to him last week I would like to think that Dean would show some gratefulness to Cas and acknowledgement of what he did. The guy picked him over everyone and everything else in his life.

Sendhil was AMAZING on Psych. I would really love to see him do more comedy work. At this point, Heroes isn't doing any of the cast any favors. I would love to see him in a fun, new vehicle.
Renée: Dean/Castiel. Peaceful.rogueslayer452 on September 21st, 2009 03:17 am (UTC)
I couldn't help myself, once reading that it involving Dean/Castiel goodness I had to cave and watch it. I am weak like that. XD

Yeah, this episode is going to be more of the budding relationship between them, that trust continuing to build up. Castiel wouldn't do something just because, and he's more serious about what is happening than Dean is (at least, in terms of his demeanor, his an angel trapped with being cast out from Heaven with nobody but Dean, so he'll have to adjust to situations). But yes, Dean actually taking him seriously would be nice, acknowledging what Castiel said about him losing everything for him. That is something huge and big and I hope it does get addressed in the episode.

I was laughing out loud at Psych, it was such a perfect role for him. He really does need to quit Heroes and branch out like this more. He seems to really have enjoyed working on the set of Psych, as reports everyone from the cast and crew there thought he was just gorgeous. Which, duh. Of course he is. ;D
sanguis: Cas <3/Dean !godofstrife on September 21st, 2009 07:42 am (UTC)
I'm one of those who are a bit apprehensive about the whole get Cas laid thing. I wish I could find that article with Misha where he says that it all ends in a disaster or that Castiel acts like a deer caught in the headlights or something like that. I don't think I could take another show pulling shit like Merlin or Torchwood.

Other than that, I'm so excited about this episode it's verging on epic! DEAN JOINS CAS ON HIS QUEST! OH. MY. GOD.

Since I've seen the clip, I also have this scene in my head: Cas storms out out of the room, away from the prostitute and out of the brothel. dean follows, wants to know what's up or what isn't (oh god, did I just say that?) and Cas hurl him around, back him up against the Impala and kisses him. I would owe Kripe a lifetime of sexual services if he went there.
Renée: Castiel. Nngh.rogueslayer452 on September 21st, 2009 07:56 am (UTC)
I highly doubt it will happen. It just isn't in character for Castiel at this moment who is all serious business with his mission and not exactly familiar with humans enough to just randomly get sexed up like Dean does on a daily basis with women. Besides, aren't angels genderless of sorts? They can inhabit any form, man or woman, how come Dean didn't ask about whether he preferred women or men? Now that would have been more interesting than the "booze and women" comment.

Cas storms out out of the room, away from the prostitute and out of the brothel. dean follows, wants to know what's up or what isn't (oh god, did I just say that?) and Cas hurl him around, back him up against the Impala and kisses him. I would owe Kripe a lifetime of sexual services if he went there.

Oh, so much word to this and now I'm expecting a similar scene to happen. Because it is SO OBVIOUS that Castiel totally is in love with Dean, like hopelessly devoted to his human charge like, whoa. I wouldn't put it passed that clip where he looks all awkward that he's actually thinking "well, I would have a go with you, but..." ;p

Kripke knows of slash, he blatantly did WINCEST on the show for goodness sakes! He should know of the Dean/Castiel crowd.
sanguis: Dean/Castielgodofstrife on September 21st, 2009 08:14 am (UTC)
Besides, aren't angels genderless of sorts?

The show isn't really specific about it. But from the implications I would assume that angels are either genderless or at least asexual. So far they've addressed every angel according to their vessel's gender, except for Cas when he was in Claire. Then there is Dean's comment about being 'junkless down there', which isn't based on anything but Dean's presumptions. I think the unclearness of the angels' genders and sexualities are mainly based in man's inability to look beyond those categories.

And I also was a little peeved that Dean just assumed that Cas is straight, although it is in character for Dean to do so.

IT NEEDS TO BE THURSDAY EVERY DAY!
Renée: Dean/Castiel. Forgiven.rogueslayer452 on September 21st, 2009 08:55 am (UTC)
That's actually something I would love more exploration on, the very nature of angels in Heaven and such within the show's mythology. With Castiel now cut out from Heaven I would think he and Dean would have some discussion about the way Heaven operates, what angels are really like and all of that. There are a lot of complexities regarding angels and who they are, what they look like, their roles and ranks, etc. There can be some heart-to-heart talk between them of all of this.

Thursday just can't come quicker, I'm going crazy over here!
thandiethandie on September 21st, 2009 08:38 am (UTC)
Your 3 points about the clip are great, I can't ever be that eloquent.

I think the same as you about Dean's coping mechanisms, he's all 'booze and sex' because they are HIS way of coping (I mean, season 3 anyone?!), and I think he's also trying to distract *himself* from the fact that they could die the day later.
Also, I don't think Dean is REALLY thinking he's going to deflower Castiel for real, I saw it as a proposal for a way to pass the time and bond and embarass Castiel a little so he doesn't have to 'sit there quietly' and brood all night long ;)

I hope things go HORRIBLY wrong though, and they end up together in some bar and Dean will teach Cas to hustle pool or something, THAT is soemthing I'd like to see :)
Renéerogueslayer452 on September 21st, 2009 08:47 am (UTC)
Yeah, I think Dean just wants to distract himself instead of the "sitting quietly" scenario, which hardly does him any good. But that's something that Castiel does. Of course, he just can't not follow Dean, so that's what he does. But it will gone badly, of course, because Castiel isn't Dean and doesn't do well in those kinds of situations, at all in fact. It'll be uncomfortable and awkward, and either something happens a la their mission or Dean swoops in and saves Castiel from embarrassment.

Though I am liking the idea of Dean teaching Castiel to hussle pool. The man-to-angel bonding thing. Love it! :D
lloyd, i'm ready to be heartbroken: because you're wreckedsapphirestar_ on September 21st, 2009 08:52 am (UTC)
Maybe he and Zachary Quinto and Nathan Fillion and Misha Collins should get together and do something hilarious

... *ovaries explode*

I view Castiel's reaction to the talking about sex more of an embarrassment on his behalf that they're having this conversation than embarrassed that he never had sex before.

YES. i really can't see the angels in supernatural having any interest in sex (at least, sex as humans know it. perhaps when they're in their vessels, yes, but castiel doesn't seem the type), so it doesn't really make any sense for castiel to be embarrassed about not doing something he's had no previous interest in experiencing. but yeah, i do hope they'll do the brothel scene well. i expect there'll be lots of awkwardness and the like, but hopefully no actual sex, because that'd just be ... just no. i so can't see castiel being a-okay with it.

and ditto on the dean thing. i never thought that he wasn't concerned, because he always pretends he isn't. besides, i do think there's some slight hint of worry there, in the clip, because after cas says, "you do," clearly indicating that he doesn't expect to survive it, dean sort of pauses for a bit before he starts with the jokes. i mean, idk, it's possible (and probable) that i'm just reading too much into it, but there's no way dean's just okay with cas dying, not after all they've been through, not after cas having already died once.

also, YAY FOR DRACO VID! \o/
Renée: Dean/Castiel. Peaceful.rogueslayer452 on September 21st, 2009 09:06 am (UTC)
i expect there'll be lots of awkwardness and the like, but hopefully no actual sex, because that'd just be ... just no. i so can't see castiel being a-okay with it.

Me neither. Castiel is this embodiment of not only a fierce motherfucking angel of the Lord, but of pure innocence and has this childlike wonder and fascination with humanity and our world in general. He is so inexperienced with being amongst humans that I doubt he'll be okay doing anything like this. So yeah, I expect much wide-eyed horror and gaping, maybe bumbling like an idiot and whatnot, but nothing will come from it because...it just isn't Castiel. That's Dean and perhaps loads of other human males, but not Castiel. Not this angel of the Lord.

And really, I don't want another repeat of the "oh last night on earth, let there be booze and sex!" because it really is unnecessary. Seriously.

i mean, idk, it's possible (and probable) that i'm just reading too much into it, but there's no way dean's just okay with cas dying, not after all they've been through, not after cas having already died once.

Oh, absolutely. Dean was already a bit pissed when learning about Castiel and the archangel in the premiere, I have no doubts he's worried about Castiel with the situation he's under now. Dean deals with his worry be concealing it, burying it down and making light out of heavy situations such as this. It's just the Dean Winchester Way. But I'm sure when it comes right down to it, he won't let his angel die. Which of course he won't, obviously, but still. That threat is still there and I want them to be together for a LONG LONG time.