Dean’s all, what the hell, Sam?
Sam: You wanted to screw over Crowley. Merry Christmas.
Dean: You want to work with a demon again?
Sam: We’re working with demons now. I’m doing this because I want to stop.
Dean: She killed Ellen and Jo!
Not to mention Caleb and Pastor Jim. And she almost killed Dean while inside Sam. Meg needs to die. I really hope she has a significant role coming up because, seriously? Why is she still alive?
Sam: You can’t look at this emotionally, Dean. We need her.
Dean: That little bitch is gonna screw us over so fast….
Sam: We’ll screw her first. We’re bringing insurance.
At this point, I thought he meant they’d bring her bones—hold them hostage. But, no. While Dean is inside…researching or something…Sam goes outside and calls for Castiel. Hilariously, he claims that they’ve found a gold box that the Nazi’s wanted back in the day, only when they opened it, it melted their faces off. I was grinning at that, even before Cas showed up asking for the box and Sam revealed that it was the plot to Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark.
This exchange between Sam and Cas had me really feeling for Cas and irritated with Sam—soul or no soul. I’m starting to get over the whole not being able to blame him for being a jerk simply because he has no soul thing. He has a brain. He’s able to reason. And he knew exactly what he was doing and saying to Castiel—a soldier in the middle of a bloody Civil War that just because Sam and Dean can’t see it, is no less real.
Sam: I can’t believe you fell for that.
Cas: I’m mid-battle.
Sam: I don’t care—you owe me.
Which, yeah, I would concede that point. Dean said the same thing the first time they were able to pull Cas down to pay attention to them. Sam made the ultimate sacrifice and stopped Armageddon. However, that didn’t result in utopia and a war was now raging. Cas owes him, but his reward may have to wait.
Cas: You may not care—
Sam: Do you really think you’re here to talk this out? If you don’t help us, I will hunt you down and kill you.
At that, Cas’ whole demeanor changes. He shifts from a weary plea for understanding to the squared shouldered Being who reminded Dean that he’d be wise to not cross him as he was the one who’d pulled him from Hell and he could put him back there. He steps up to Sam (and dude, I never realized how short Castiel was in comparison to Sam—he and Dean always seemed evenly matched, but Sam just towered over him).
Cas: Will you, boy? How?
Sam: I don’t know yet, but I will look until I find out. And I don’t sleep.
Cas: You need help, Sam.
Sam: I need your help.
*takes big breath*
So…I think that’s going to come into play again. Sam threatening to kill Cas? I don’t think that was said lightly. It wasn’t some temper tantrum. It was a serious threat. And something in me says that Sam wouldn’t hesitate to do so if he were able to gain something out of it. Even if that gain was a twisted sense of retribution.
They head inside the room where the guys are staying and Dean comes around the corner with papers in his hands, totally surprised to see Cas behind Sam.
Dean: You actually showed. Well, Sam, I owe you a chicken dinner. What happened?
Sam: No big. This is what friends do for each other.
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