What Jensen and Misha said about the trenchcoat scene was NOT homophobic.
They said it was out of character. I agree.
“A part of me always believed you’d come back.”
“I guess I really hoped you’d come back one day.”
Can you really imagine Dean Winchester saying either of those?
They ARE corny.
Personally, I much prefer the way they handled it. Dean just giving the trenchcoat back to Cas says it all. Any lines at that part would have been overkill and completely unnecessary. (I thought the wordless handover catered to my ship much better anyway. Just saying.)
Honestly I don’t think this is something Destiel shippers need to worry about, and it’s most certainly not something people who don’t ship Destiel need to gloat about.
This was not them denying the possibility of it becoming canon, or whatever you think. They were simply discussing the way they went about the scene.
I believe that Misha and Jensen both know their characters inside and out. They know what would be natural for their characters to do in every situation. You need to trust them to know that.
I’m not giving up hope for my ship, but I’m also not having unreasonable expectations. Because after Friday’s perfect in every way episode, I’m feeling pretty confident about these final episodes, no matter what happens.
I have to agree with this. People are wrongly equating “Dean wouldn’t say that” with “Dean doesn’t care about Cas,” or something.
What people are forgetting is that Jensen is the one who decided Dean would take the trench coat in the first place. TPTB originally didn’t really have any plans for it, and he was the one that thought Dean wouldn’t just leave it behind, that he’d pick it up and try to fold it. The fact that Jensen thought Dean would still have picked it up even after Cas did the whole Season 7 fiasco clearly shows Jensen thinks Dean cares a whole lot about Cas. So, I doubt in the course of less than a season he’d suddenly think differently.
Besides, him keeping the trenchcoat isn’t just Dean thinking/hoping/knowing Cas would come back. There’s a lot more to it than that. It’s Dean caring about him so much even though he screwed up. It’s Dean forgiving him and telling him he’s still family. It’s acceptance of who Cas is, flaws and all. Reducing it to that one line takes a lot of that nuance away, and cheapens the moment down to a single thought.
Dean and Cas have never needed words to communicate anyway.
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