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If you go to his favorites he has Jared’s tweets too. It’s just like Dean and Sam. These dorks.

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Anonymous said:
Thanks for replying ! I agree with all you said, and i will add, i'd so much prefer a spinoff abt Mary Winchester than JW and seeing people supports a JW's spinoff makes me wonder if they understand how abusive and shitty he was to his sons. I personally think most of them support more Matt Cohen than the actual character based on twitter. That's so, we have enough white manly man on TV , thank you very much. Sorry it was long ! Have a nice day too !!

From what I’ve read, there’s a division, as in everything. I agree that you can like a character and at the same time see their flaws, John was an interesting character indeed, but he was abusive and that’s out of the question. It feels bad when people don’t see that, but I understand too that a lot of people was raised in a toxic environment that didn’t allow them to compare or knowing they could have a healthier lifestyle. 
This is why I think the weight of this story made a deep impact to a lot of us. From such an abusive fictional storyline, you can question a lot of things you thought it was normal when you were a kid, because you didn’t see better. Something Dean still don’t understand.

Yes, I think there’s this confusion about Matt, because he’s a great actor, and he seem such a nice individual, I understand that, I miss other actors and characters in the show too. But there are plenty other positive ideas that can make that happen if they wanted to. It’s always great when we get to see Mary or even John in time travel episodes, or AUs or memories. There’s so much to explore in SPN without having to mess with canon.

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Anonymous said:
Glass' tweet had been picked out of context, if you go on his TL he said that they can't do a spinoff abt JW because he became a hunter after Mary's death and it'll have to be JDM and not MC. That said, his tweet was completly out of canon, not surprised =/ BTW love your blog !

Hello.
I read the conversation to have an idea about the tweet before having an opinion, and it still bothers me because the idea of having a John spin-off it’s already an idea some people supports, so a writer who’s thinking out loud about changing canon it fuels the idea of that project.
Generally, who supports it, makes John look good, and/or “not abusive” and that’s what I’m worried about, because the main character of a show is almost always that someone who everyone excuses, and there’s nothing good about that character to present as a good example of parenting. And I’m not really waiting to see the bad example either, we know it already from SPN.

And even if you take the supernatural world out of the story, or the idea of the abusive father blinded by revenge, he still was an absent father when Mary was alive.

I’m not surprised either, is just that I can’t with that idea.

Thank you so much!!! Have a nice day :)

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In the 1890s, when Freud was in the dawn of his career, he was struck by how many of his female patients were revealing childhood [sexual] victimization to him. Freud concluded that child sexual abuse was one of the major causes of emotional disturbances in adult women and wrote a brilliant and humane paper called “The Aetiology of Hysteria.” However, rather than receiving acclaim from his colleagues for his ground-breaking insights, Freud met with scorn. He was ridiculed for believing that men of excellent reputation (most of his patients came from upstanding homes) could be perpetrators of incest.
Within a few years, Freud buckled under this heavy pressure and recanted his conclusions. In their place he proposed the “Oedipus complex,” which became the foundation of modern psychology… Freud used this construct to conclude that the episodes of abuse his clients had revealed to him had never taken place; they were simply fantasies of events the women had wished for… This construct started a hundred-year history in the mental health field of blaming victims for the abuse perpetrated on them and outright discrediting of women’s and children’s reports of mistreatment by men.

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The Mark gives Dean more power than your average Demon, so when Crowley tries to get him focused on the task at hand, “he’s just like, nah.”

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Jensen has portrayed [a character] for nine years and knows inside out – as a different character, yet not a different character, Dean, but not Dean. A demon, but still one with Dean’s memories and perhaps some of his emotions. Jensen confirmed that it was a significant challenge.
Dean doesn’t care about anything, not his brother, not saving the world — all humanistic emotions are gone. And yet, Jensen said, there are traces of that Dean who does love his brother – so playing that was a challenge.

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Jensen again said that he and Jared asked to cut the scene short and not say all the dialogue that was written. There was something like “we played it through”, but they felt it would have more impact if it was just “I’m proud of us.” I think they were right. Jeremy agreed. Jensen said it’s great to work with someone who doesn’t say, ‘just read what’s on the page, please’.

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Jensen also talked about Dean’s death scene in the S9 finale […] He liked that it was quiet. They chose to make it quiet, and the quiet simplicity of it only made it that much more horrifying. That much more real. Jensen played Dean’s reaction to being stabbed as shock, because that’s what would probably happen in real life. People lose an arm or a leg, they don’t yell and scream, they go into shock, not moving, not fighting. It’s not what we expect of Dean – we always expect him to come back swinging, grab for a knife, fight back. Or for Sam to get there just in time and swoop in and cut off the bad guy’s head. This time, none of that happened. The moment played out, almost in slow motion, almost silent except for the whoosh of Dean’s breath as his lungs are punctured, the grisly sucking sound of his flesh being pierced.

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