Explaining freedom to angels is a bit like teaching poetry to fish.
On Castiel being a stoic character
Interviewer: How difficult is that to maintain—
Misha Collins: —when Jared is grabbing your ass? It is somewhat difficult to maintain in that context. Honestly, I think that normally, it would be a bit easier, but there is a lot. I have to say, it’s one of the hardest parts of the show—not laughing.
looks too much like this
AJSFLKDJDKL OKAY SO, I SAW THE PICTURE BEFORE THE TRAILER AND I FREAKED THE FUCK OUT BECAUSE I DIDN’T KNOW WHAT WAS HAPPENING AND THOUGHT THEY’D GONE BACK TO END!VERSE AND AJSKDLFJSLD MY FEELS.
and then i realized, oh, hey, purgatory and aksfDSLKFFFFFF MY FEEEELS.
“I know you’re glad we’re back from Purgatory, Sammy, but I think you’re kinda freaking out Cas.”
Christ, his smile is so fucking infectious. Like thirty seconds ago I was throwing shit at my air conditioner because it’s not doing its job and I’m hot and irritable and running out of things to read and pissed at my life for sucking, and then I opened up tumblr and scrolled down and OH HELLO THERE MISHA COLLINS and all of a sudden I’m smiling like, ‘oh, okay, everything might kind of be made of rainbows and cotton candy and unicorn flatulence!’
HOW DOES HE DO THAT.
oh god. why am i seeing end!verse cas, learning to drive in one of the shittiest cars at the salvage because it’s the only one that’s still got gas and mostly works, high enough to smile at chuck and his camera, but not high enough to put an arm around dean, who’s just outside the shot, leaning on the roof of the shitty-ass car and wishing things were different - that cas didn’t have to learn how to drive in the first place.