What’s one more nightmare, right?
We need to talk more about this line.
This isn’t Dean, the cold-blooded killer who’s finally come to terms with the demands of the hunting-lifestyle. This is Dean who’s given himself up, who’s decided to surrender his personality and feelings to the family business. This is Dean who’s decided to be a hunter and cease being Dean. Dean, the guilt-ridden, lonely boy with the messed up childhood whose entire life is hardly more than a nightmare.
Dean’s torturing and killing again because he’s decided that there’s only one thing of import: Getting the job done. Purgatory has taught him that he needs to suppress his emotions and doubts to be the man he needs to be: saving people, hunting things.
“What’s one more nightmare, right?” is a line uttered by a man who’s given himself up, a man who doesn’t care anymore about his conscience and soul. And how horrible is that?
I don’t even watch this show and I love these two.