look at me, bitch.

outpastthemoat:

the use of the term ‘bitch’ in an episode where the most important players on the board were women is sort of stupidly important.

on the rocky road to individuation one ends up crossing paths with one’s anima or animus -anima for men and the animus for women- and dean has been crossing paths with aspects of his anima all season long. with robin - with suzie - even charlie.  

and in this episode dean crosses paths with three women, all of whom represent aspects of his personality and experiences and trauma. dean is the bad mother selfishly bent on keeping her daughter by her side at all costs, dean is alex/annie, the child who has been shaped into a monster by the choices of her parents, and dean is even jody mills, defender of the innocent and protector of the weak.

dean’s go-to insult is always ‘bitch, and that is in part because of the fact that he has never in his life come to terms with his feminine aspects.





whitachi:

chris evans - for flaunt magazine

The photoshoot where Chris Evans looks like a truckstop hooker is an important part of manpelt.com



dancys:

@marvel Flattery will get you nowhere! Probably. Maybe. *looks the other way* 





mixgoldenphoenix:

castopsdeanbottoms:

mixgoldenphoenix:

castopsdeanbottoms replied to your post: superlology: mixgoldenphoenix: Someo…

Gabriel was a hallucination from Metatron to force Cas into accepting the role of “villain” against Metatron in the “hero” role. All of it was a hallucination, from Cas’s hotel to Metatron letting him go.

Sam and Dean stabbing the Trickster and murdering him was an illusion.

Dean dying every Tuesday and staying dead for about six months afterwards was an illusion.

TV Land was an illusion.

Kali killing Gabriel was an illusion.

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Except…Metatron made it happen and already owned up to it.

METATRON

Tonight, I thought I’d tell you a little story…Let you decide. That was my plan, anyway. I guess that’s where my story failed.

[he stops the music and removes CASTIEL’s gag. He then pulls back CASTIEL’s coat and looks at the torn pocket.]

Yes. This is “The Curious Incident,” eh, inspector Gregory?

The whole point of the scene/explanation that follows is that Metatron is trying to manipulate Cas into being the leader of the rebels so that Metatron can be the hero of the story and take Cas down. He needs a villain and he wants Cas to be the villain, but who volunteers to be the villain of any story?

That’s why Metatron decided to use the memory of Gabriel to change up the status quo and trick Cas into accepting the role Metatron allotted for him. In my opinion, that was the only take away from this episode; Gabriel isn’t back.

The episode is about subtext, after all…and the subtext is that the memory of Gabriel is just a means to an end with Cas.

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Yeah. Sorry. You’re not going to convince me of that. Nor the majority of the people I follow. Lol.



mixgoldenphoenix:

castopsdeanbottoms replied to your post: superlology: mixgoldenphoenix: Someo…

Gabriel was a hallucination from Metatron to force Cas into accepting the role of “villain” against Metatron in the “hero” role. All of it was a hallucination, from Cas’s hotel to Metatron letting him go.

Sam and Dean stabbing the Trickster and murdering him was an illusion.

Dean dying every Tuesday and staying dead for about six months afterwards was an illusion.

TV Land was an illusion.

Kali killing Gabriel was an illusion.

image

Except…Metatron made it happen and already owned up to it.

METATRON

Tonight, I thought I’d tell you a little story…Let you decide. That was my plan, anyway. I guess that’s where my story failed.

[he stops the music and removes CASTIEL’s gag. He then pulls back CASTIEL’s coat and looks at the torn pocket.]

Yes. This is “The Curious Incident,” eh, inspector Gregory?

The whole point of the scene/explanation that follows is that Metatron is trying to manipulate Cas into being the leader of the rebels so that Metatron can be the hero of the story and take Cas down. He needs a villain and he wants Cas to be the villain, but who volunteers to be the villain of any story?

That’s why Metatron decided to use the memory of Gabriel to change up the status quo and trick Cas into accepting the role Metatron allotted for him. In my opinion, that was the only take away from this episode; Gabriel isn’t back.

The episode is about subtext, after all…and the subtext is that the memory of Gabriel is just a means to an end with Cas.



acceber74:

fangedduckwithumbrella:

So who else wants the Falcon’s origin movie?

Yes. 

nah, don’t need another superhero origin movie; give me a Falcon solo movie!!! awwww yea





sailingsolo:

loki-dokey:

sunnymurasaki:

wtfml:

adventuresofawhitegirl:

simonwang:

I laughed so hard. It’s so in sync with the song.

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I actually cried laughing.

EVERY TIME THIS APPEARS ON MY DASH

this video this video is incredible

OMFG TEARS ARE ROLLING DOWN MY CHEEKS

I am laughing so hard that my dad just came to see if i was okay.