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GIFS. Like, from 9 onward. Cas is fucking in love, and hurting because of it. And Dean has to suspect it (and, hell, he’s angry that Cas is buddy-buddy with Crowley again, but they’re bonding over you, you numnut). And Crowley fucking knows. I mean, look at his face. Look at it. His face says: Oh… YOU want to be a stupid, stinking, emotional pile of meat so that you can grow old with another stupid, emotional, stinking pile of meat. Seriously, Crowley actually looks sorry for Cas (well, as much as a selfish King of Hell can feel sorry). Fuck, no wonder they cut out that scene. I mean, I’d be screaming destiel for weeks.
This is literally one of the… two episodes that were worth to be seen in S9.
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