Can we talk about the fact that Dean drank an entire 26er of hard liquor and was not only still cogent, but went out and drank more alcohol at the bar afterwards? It’s already been established that Dean has an immense tolerance for alcohol, but even though he might normally have been capable of drinking that amount and not dying/getting really sick/just passing out, he should not have been as cogent and functional as he was at the end of the evening as he was after all that alcohol.
Dean’s alcohol consumption in this episode is actually at an absurd level and I don’t think it’s just to highlight his use of/need for alcohol as a coping mechanism. I think the immense amount of alcohol he drank with little effect is to highlight that the Mark is changing him, in unanticipated ways. He’s becoming less human in many ways, he’s more brutal, more animalistic, now he’s not affected by alcohol the way a human is? While demons have been shown to drink, they’ve never been shown to be affected by alcohol (to my memory). Could we be looking at the first hints that the transformation to demon!Dean is already underway?
Can we talk about how the camera made love to Dean the entire episode?
please let’s talk about both
We need a brave knight who is willing to step up and kill the beast.
how did the crew manage to keep straight faces watching him do this
I think they didn’t and that’s why he’s smiling in those last two gifs
#maybe there will come a day when i won’t feel obligated to reblog this immediately
but not today
hottest thing on the planet
“Challenge accepted!” —SPN fandom.
omg this is still going
IT’S A RULE TO REBLOG EVERY TIME IT SHOWS UP ON YOUR DASH.
Third time reblogging it today, and I regret nothing
Broke 5 Million!
WE HAVE TO KEEP GOING
it still ain’t broken what the hell tumblr
if you don’t reblog the blue steel i am judging you
Jensen you are not 6’3” what did you do have them move the measurement so you could be as tall as Jared or did you just stand on a box?
They pushed his knees together.
i like where this man’s priorities lie