From Saga #16 by Vaughan/Staples.
“May I ask why you felt little Tiffany deserved to die?”
I’m pretty sure this is why Tumblr gave us photosets.
To this day, I still have absolutely no idea if he actually did the right thing by shooting little Tiffany. His story was very convincing…
I totally bought that he was right.
I always though this was about not demonizing people based on how they look, instead focussing on what they do.
THAT’S RIGHT AGENT J
my favorite part though will always be when he pulls the table up to write on his paper because that is like some common sense shit right there
If you don’t like Elizabeth Swann you’re wrong.
do you ever daydream of dressing straight boys in better clothes
Doctor Who References in Leverage
#no everyone stop i love this #cas was actually ostracized from sam dean and bobby in the end of the sixth season #and was sent to his death essentially #this is cas speaking from experience #and telling dean his good intentions were valid #just as cas’ were in ‘the man who would be king’ #but nobody stopped to try to understand cas’ intentions then #and cas KNOWS from the pain of that that dean needs someone to stop and understand him in the same way #cas made a deal with the devil to protect sam and dean #and dean made a deal with an angel to protect sam #cas understands the confusing pain of having the best intentions twist against you #and ruin everything that you have #because while dean lost kevin and sam #cas lost sam and dean the same way#this is cas giving dean the validation he needs #that no matter the outcome or the consequences #the love you have for people and the intentions to protect them prevail over anything else #even death itself (via mishcollin)
"Stand behind me. The one time I ask."
This quote from “Let it Bleed” wasn’t about Cas needing Dean’s help. God knows he didn’t. What he needed was for Dean to try and understand that he is “doing this for you, Dean.” He’s “doing this because of you.” Cas just wanted Dean to understand. And to be the pillar of immovable strength that he always has been. The Righteous Man. For Cas.
So yeah. I’d bet my life that this was a character development in Castiel borne from season 6. And Dabb wanted us to see that.
THIS MOMENT WAS SO SO IMPORTANT AND I’M SO HAPPY PEOPLE ARE RECOGNIZING THAT
Because on top of accepting Dean (which Dean DESPERATELY needs right now), Cas is finally, FINALLY, beginning to accept himself. He’s done stupid crap but it was always, always for the right reasons and now he can finally recognize that those reasons MATTERED, even if everything went to hell afterward. He can accept that that meant he was trusting, not a dumbass. He’s realizing that the reasons for his mistakes define him more than the consequences of his mistakes.
Now don’t mind me I’ll just be over here crying over the fact that my boys are growing up.