Asked by Anonymous
They also should maybe stop holding hypocritical grudges against each other. I honestly do not see much of a difference between “Sam settling down with Amelia while Dean was in purgatory” and “Dean settling down with Lisa while Sam was in hell.” Actually, there is a difference: Dean knew exactly where Sam was, and Sam had no way of knowing Dean had even gone anywhere other than “died.”
Asked by Anonymous
Nah, Metatron did that. He’s kind of a turdbird. I’m still a little confused as to why all those angels were in vessels, though. I generally thought that the angels who are in heaven full-time don’t bother to put on a body.
I do, however, think that the responsibility for all demon related nonsense from this point on lies at least partially with Messrs. Winchester and Winchester, because they knew it would happen, had a chance to stop it, and knowingly chose not to do so.
A bit of a sexist BUT FAIR What does that even mean, Metatron? Ugh.
Apparently it means that the “Supernatural” writers don’t understand that “sexist” and “fair” are mutually exclusive character traits to assign to someone, and if you make the claim that someone is sexist, but fair, then you expand the definition of “fair” to include sexism, essentially saying that discriminating against someone on the basis of their gender is inherently fair.
Honestly though if I were in Sam’s shoes I would have fucking closed hell, even if it meant I died, no matter what my family said
Because if I have an opportunity to cut the world off from the source of all evil, and if I don’t do it, that kind of makes me responsible for all the evil that comes after that
Especially when it LITERALLY JUST HAPPENED LAST EPISODE
Riddle me this, sports fans. Why exactly didn’t they cure Crowley, seal hell, and let their friend who can raise the dead take care of Sam, then go take care of some of the angely business? They were super not working on a deadline on this one, and everything might not have gone balls-up if they were working together.
Hey something occurs to me about Supernatural
A month on earth is ten years in hell
So knowing it’s 2013 now (it should be 2015 in the Supernatural universe, since a year passed after season 5 and season 7, respectively, although the in-universe dates all still match up to the dates of broadcast, so these are the two “lost years”)
If Dean was born in 1979, then he should be 36 (34 regular years plus two lost years), but he also spent four months in hell, which brings his actual age up to around 76 years old
And Sam was born in 1983, which makes him 32 (30 regular years plus two lost years), but he also spent a year and a half (18 months) in hell, which brings his actual age up to around 212 years old
Adam was born in 1990, and went to hell in 2010, making him 20 years old at the time. In the worst thing yet, both lost years happened since he went to hell, meaning he has spent 5 years (60 months) in hell, bringing his true age up to approximately 620 years old, and since he’s still in hell, every three days that passes on earth, another year goes by for Adam
Now, that’s a whammy all on its own, but here’s the real kicker:
At the start of the series, Dean was the oldest, then Sam, then Adam. Now, Adam’s the oldest, then Sam, then Dean.