6-7/∞ of dean winchester
i literally find every iteration of this meme HILARIOUS no matter what fandom it involves
omg i just watched this episode and I GET IT NOW
“Will Graham is the dearest thing he has… The thing he loves most in his life.” — Mads Mikkelsen, making everyone cry (and confirming that Hannibal was crying in the season finale oh no)
“She [Bela] would have loved to be able to have a normal relationship with them [Sam and Dean], a normal friendship, to even be on their side. But I think she had grown accustomed to living defensively and not really opening herself up or making herself vulnerable. She would have loved to go around fighting evil with those boys…she did help them a little bit more at the end, and I definitely think she had fits of conscience when she kept stealing from them and impeding their progress.” — Lauren Cohan on Bela’s relationship with the Winchesters
Let me tell you a story about a beautiful woman
Let me tell you a story of a little girl who was abused for most of her childhood.
Let me tell you a story about a childhood so lonely, there was no one to hear her screams, no one to come to her rescue, no one to trust.
And that little, lonely, and scared girl decided ‘no more’.
So this is also a story of a strong child, who decided she would no longer be victimized, this is also a story of a girl that decided to do the unthinkable in order to escape the worst.
And this story is also about strength, and this story is also about choice, and this story is also about protection.
Some days, it worked.
Some days, she was a rich teen in middle school, she had friends, and her body was her own .
Some days she felt secure again.
But this is a very sad story as well.
For this woman’s deal was with the devil himself, with no compassion for a lonely, hurt child, this woman’s deal wasn’t about her at all. It was about her beautiful soul condemned to hell.
And she sinned, and stole, and lied, and risked, and killed.
Because she had nothing else to loose, she had already lost it all.
This is a story of a woman that should have been given a chance to redeem herself
Rudyard Kipling, The Light That Failed