And this was the flag it was flying when it did. Lights exploding, a door bursting open, thunder crashing and - suddenly - a man in a trenchcoat. They've had to be creative because Destiel isn't canon. Jeff said as he came up beside them, pulling on a pair of latex gloves. Jensen shook his head.
Jeff had just said they got pleasure from stretching around? It's also through Sam and Dean that he learns the importance of individuality and the right to self-determination. They're still holding out hope that it might happen and, considering how determined they are, they won't give up until it does or until the show ends - whichever comes first. And this was the flag it was flying when it did.
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Seeing this line written out is a bit confusing. It's very unusual for TV shows to write scripts about their fans. You have to admire the Supernatural fandom. It must be the love that keeps them beautiful. The loss of their centrality to fan culture is only proof that they wield powerful, dangerous truths the management is trying to suppress. Or at least some of the cheesy photo shoots he did during that time.
Understandably, it takes Claire a while to see the same thing we do. Squeeze one in between your thumb and forefinger, please. They'll research everything - from throwaway lines of dialogue to religious symbols - and then share it with Tumblr so that we all stay informed. It means the angels have fallen, that the apocalypse is near or that God's evil sister is awake. But the motivation to believe even the most questionable insider information is not fueled by misconceptions about closeting in the entertainment industry. Well done.