Tessa: I thought you wanted the girl to skate by?
Dean: No one skates by.
Not even Winchesters who have a way of cheating the uncheatable. They each carry the burden of their deals and even when they win they feel a loss. He whispers to the sleeping dad to say his goodbyes and then…takes the girl. That just hurt me. Not that he did it, but that it happens. It all happens. *shakes self* Since I had my daughter (which was at the beginning of Season 2) child-related tragedies are simply harder handle. Which, I suppose, makes them that much more effective because of what they also do to our hero.
The girl stands at the foot of her bed with Dean and Tessa.
Girl: What about my dad?
*sniff* It killed me that for her it wasn’t about ‘why me’ but ‘what about my dad’…it just felt really real as far as how a kid would react. It’s how my kid would react.
Dean: He’ll be fine.
Dean: I have no idea.
Girl: I can’t just leave him. It’s not fair.
Dean: I know.
Girl: Then why?
Dean: Because…(he crouches down to her level, his face drawn) there’s a natural order to things.
Girl: The natural order is stupid.
Dean: I agree with you there.
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