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I'm Kelly and I'm 17. I love vidding dearly. Avid Ravenclaw and TV lover. I watch more shows than I care to count.
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20 Reasons Why Supernatural will be My Favorite Show Long After it Stops Airing:
18. It’s all in the details.
The storytelling in this show makes me all ‘skdjfhdjfhd gahhh’ the majority of the time.. and I think a part of that is the writers’ abilities to create parallels, connections from the past and also weave everything back together so seamlessly. Sometimes it’s bigger things, like the comparison of Sam and Dean to Lucifer and Michael, but a lot of the times it’s the little things. The things the writers think a lot of people won’t notice because they might not be looking hard enough. But they’re there. And they’re so beautiful.
2.14 - Houses of the Holy
Dean: “She used to tell me when she tucked me in that angels were watching over us. In fact I think that was the last thing she ever said to me.”
5.13 - The Song Remains the Same
Mary: “It’s okay, baby.. angels are watching over you.”
In 1.03 (Dead In the Water) Dean goes up to Lucas who’s playing with army men, and he picks one up and says, “I used to love these things..”
In 5.22 (Swan Song), Chuck references that Sam put a army man into the glove compartment of the Impala.
In 6.11 (Appointment in Samarra) Tessa is talking to Dean about the girl he chose to save when he was supposed to kill her as part of his deal. She says, “she’s disrupting the natural order by being alive. Chaos and sadness will follow her for the rest of her life,” referencing essentially every time Dean came back to life when he wasn’t supposed to.
All I’m saying is, it’s obvious the writers take pride in their work to take the time to put all these little details in.