samndean

Share the love!

Since I'm on a campaign to remind myself of why I fell in love with Supernatural in the first place, and to beat back the clouds of negativity that seem to always surround the current season, let's have a pleasant wallow in our favorite bits of this wonderful show.

  • Have a favorite scene?

  • A line you find yourself constantly quoting?

  • Something that makes you laugh (or cry) every time?

  • An episode that you think everyone should watch at least once?

Please Share!


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Have a favorite scene?

I have two - Safehouse, where Sam ends up holding Dean and stroking his hair (for various extremely obvious reasons, lol) and Fan Fiction, that moment where we see Sam and Dean listening to Carry on my Wayward Son in relation to themselves. We've always associated the song and the lyrics with them, but seeing Dean realise that they are perfectly describing their lives is both heart breaking and elating.

A line you find yourself constantly quoting?

Dude, you Fugly. Driver picks the music, shot gun shuts his cake hole. Parts of the speech from Yellow Fever.

Something that makes you laugh (or cry) every time?

Laugh - Yellow Fever Speech, because it just makes me howl, I have to rewind and listen at least four times. Cry - Dean talking to Sammy lying on that filthy mattress in All Hell Breaks Loose Part 2

An episode that you think everyone should watch at least once?

On the Head of a Pin because it perfectly shows Dean's struggle with his two sides. Yes, he got coerced and forced into the things he did in Hell, but he also worries that's who he's naturally meant to be. The look on his face as he's dousing the knife in front of Alistair is chilling.


This was fun, thank you ♥
I love that moment in "Safehouse"--and the one near the end of "The Werther Project", where Dean does the same thing to Sam. Oh yes. <3

"On the Head of a Pin" really is a masterpiece on every level--the story, the acting, the gorgeous cinematography...
It really should've, yeah. Not only flawlessly implemented, but also dealing with some pretty weighty topics.