Happy Supernatural Day, my lovely people! And with it, I pose a question to the Supernatural fans on both my flist, and those of you who may be lurking:
Do you believe that Castiel has been contradicting in his conversations with Dean?
Now I know some of you are probably thinking: "What the hell is she talking about? Has she been smoking something?"
No, I haven't smoked anything - all I've had is one beer to relax me after the evening I had with a certain individual which caused my temper to flare somewhat. So, I'm thinking rather coherently at the moment.
This question actually hit me in the doctor's office today. You see, Castiel pointed out to Dean that all roads lead to the same destination. He also knew that Dean wouldn't be able to stop his mother's deal with Azazel. Now, if he knows what's lying ahead for the brothers, why did he tell Dean to stop Sam from going down this dangerous path? If he already knows what's going to happen, why has he been acting as if he doesn't? Is it all done to set Dean on the 'correct' path? If that's the case, then why make the remark that all roads lead to the same destination? This suggests that it really doesn't matter what Dean does, the outcome will be the same. So why bother asking him?
Also, did anyone else notice the small smirk Castiel gave to Dean when he asked what he was dreaming about? Was this part of the role, or was this just something Misha did.
Am I being too analytical? Yes? Ok, I'll shut-up.