in my house there are only two water temperatures: winter is coming and fire cannot kill a dragon
In all seriousness, I think Dean’s anger at Castiel is a good thing.
I think it’s a sign of Dean actually starting to think of himself as worth something, instead of as a person that can be walked over.
He knows he deserves more than an apology this time - and he’s demanding that he get more.
And that, to me, is some great character development.
Does anyone else really admire Crowley?
- He does his research
- He doesn’t care what anyone thinks of him
- He has worked his way up in Hell
- He’s smart
- He’s well dressed (and wears an apron when torturing)
- He’s witty
- He loved his dog
- He is multi-lingual
- He’s a hands-on king
- His job carries lots of responsibility
- He’s always one step ahead
- He gets shit done
- He’s a sassy motherfucker
- He can make muffins
When I grow up, I want to be just like the King of Hell.