catrox14 March 11, 2017 Share March 11, 2017 ETA: For me it isn't character growth for Dean to have swallow his anger at being lied to. It's not even character growth for Dean to say" you're right Sam." IMO what would have character growth would be Dean saying "You drank the Kool aid two weeks ago and you didn't tell me. Okay you and Mom do your thing. I'm not doing it. We're still family but I'm not going along with this. If you two are in a pickle call me, I'll help. But I'm not going to work side by side with the ass clowns that tortured you ". That doesn't take away Sams choice and it doesn't take away Deans prerogative to not join. IMO Dean is going along with this begrudgingly which creates just as much conflict as if he didn't join up. 7 Link to comment
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