And Then There Were None - Super-wiki
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About the crappy day time TV that came through on Bobby's old black and white set. But, when he ran out of the everyday, he would talk to Sam about how he needed him to wake up. Because he had lived almost two years without him, and how the hell could he let a —literal — trip downstairs keep him away from him? He promised that he wouldn't leave him until he was better. Because, it was this he had heard from his unconsciousness, this that made him wake up and remember what living outside his head was like.
All of that was eating at Dean while he stared at Sam lying there, battered, and so still. The last thing he had said to his brother before they had switched into Hunter mode was: On the third day, where Dean promised: Wyatt Party' Sammy, I fucking promise! But, you have to go with me like you said, you can't stand me up now, I'm not a ditchable prom date dude.
All of them, even the teenage students, dressed fancier then he in his casual jeans, black wool jacket and gray Henley. He turned back to Sam, who was gauging the look in his eyes, making sure there was no backing out. Even though he knew Dean wouldn't do that, not after a promise made over blood, broken bones, and the brother they had shattered and spilt out of.
Castiel had volunteered "soul" when he had returned on Day Three to check on Sam. The exact conversation going: You'll have to ask him. Sam held up on the sofa with his broken leg, splinted in the homemade splint of corrugated iron rods from Bobby's shed and fifty feet of ace bandages.
But, after a few remarks that all involved Bobby going to hell, and kissing various parts of him, Dean would return to helping Sam get around and keeping him entertained.
Even though there were those times, when Sam would have to pretend to enjoy it when Dean went into his shadow puppet routine of them catching a Wendeigo, and, as far as he could tell by Dean's gesticulating, ROLLING it around on the forest floor until it died from boredom; he genuinely appreciated having Dean around to watch out for him. Even though he was years-old, even after taking on Satan to save the world, this was something he would never outgrow. Having his older brother there to make stupid puppet shows with the aid of an old sheet and a flashlight, read to him from the local newspaper with his ever present sarcastic sidebar comments.
Make stupid airplane noises when he gave him Tomato and Rice soup that he dug up the recipe for from a scrap of paper their dad had given Bobby years ago.
Make these noises, just so he would see Sam choke from laughing at them. Helping him to take those first steps when his leg was finally strong enough to bear his weight. Run a hand through Sam's hair when the pain became too much, and he had to sit back down panting; touching Sam not like a mother, but like the only one who was allowed to touch him during this kind of moment. When Sam had finally healed enough to maneuver on his own —with the aid of Bobby's tribal cane —he had reminded Dean about what he had heard when he had woken up, about going to Mr.
Dean hadn't forgotten; Sam limping, having to walk with the aid of a cane made the promise like a tattoo on his brain, Dean would deal with cutesy, high school nostalgia for one day because of what that request of Sam's had gone through to come to fruition.
The passenger door opened. There was a heavy 'ping' when the wooden cane hit the ground first, then Sam's good leg taking most of his weight. The splint was hidden under his jeans.
Thankfully they weren't his preripped pair, and thankfully the entire splint wasn't too bulky to fit under his jeans. Because iron rods and ace bandages weren't a fashion statement. Dean had found this clean pair, and he had been the one to help Sam into them an hour earlier, with a remark about Sam being a sad, sad man, because it would be him who had been the most recent person to get into his brother's pants.
This earned him Sam telling him to bite him, which was then met with Dean's counter of a shirt being tossed at Sam's head. Sam zipped up his camel colored canvas jacket against the chill. Dean was in no way a fashion stylist, he barely remembered to wash his clothes, let alone coordinate them.
But the white button down shirt with the gray and blue pinstripes he had flung at Sam actually went with the dark denim jeans Sam had saved from his years at Stanford when he had time to buy clothes that didn't come from the Salvation Army.
Apparently Sam wasn't the only one who noticed his clothes. At the steps of the school, several of the teenage girls Dean had watched earlier were stopped at the entrance of red painted double doors. In the unspoken law of Teenage Girl, they were herded together, casting glances over their shoulders at the sight of him, and then of Dean's retreating back as he rounded the Impala to help Sam maneuver onto to the sidewalk.
And the glances weren't innocent. They may have been years-old, but their gazes were far older, borderline dirty, when the full sight of Dean's backside came into view. As if to mock him, the cane slipped just enough for Sam to stumble and be caught by Dean's outstretched arm.
The girls were watching the two of them. Sam and Dean couldn't help but garnish attention because of their handsomeness.
It's not like they tried to look insanely hot; it was genetic. But, in another minute, all these girls all did the same, leg out, hand cocked to hip, sculptured eyebrow raised up look, when they witnessed the moment Dean's arm encircled Sam's shoulder.
It was a look that was part disappointment, part curiosity, part: I can change his mind. Sam was four inches taller than Dean, and he was facing the school while Dean was working to keep him upright. So it was he who saw the shift in the eyes of the gaggle of teenage girls. Some of them actually looked murderous at what Dean was doing.
It gave Sam the first real smirk of the evening. Dean examined those looks the same way he did when he would survey the ramshackle of old houses when monsters came, with scrutiny and assessment that had been honed by years of practice.
But, while he knew that he was getting death threats via Teenage Girl Vision, he didn't know why. But, all he got in response was a half amused look on Sam's face. This produced a response from Dean of: He had been touching Sam like this since Sam was four when he was hurt; it was how he cared for him. It was a right he had earned, becausehe cared about him. You tell me why the hell-" the realization suddenly dawned on Dean like an overly bright light bulb coming on after days of a power failure.
Because looks can be changed. Now I have to run my brain through the washing machine. And what's wrong with sleeping with me? I felt safe when I was with you. You also weren't as much of an ass back then.
Sam would be badgered by Dean to move over so he could read. Sam would then heave his over weighted leg up on the arm of the sofa, then simply position his pillow on Dean and lie back down on his back, his head his brother's legs just to annoy him, but really because he knew that Dean wouldn't mind so long as he didn't interrupt his reading. Because they were brothers, they loved each other, and after everything they had been through in the last 6 years, they had more than earned the right to be comfortable in each other's space without being off put about it.
They would share insights —or really, really bad jokes — into whatever Dean had managed to pick up and read for the night. Or, if the story wasn't interesting enough, talk about pranks they pulled on each other when they were kids. Like how Dean had convinced Sam's entire fifth grade class that 'Sam' was actually short for 'Samantha'. And, after a week of every kid in the class calling him that, Sam had taken his revenge by melting all of Dean's old, cherished action figures into one large plastic ball that he played with in front of Dean on a daily basis.
And, they would keep going until Sam stopped talking first, his breathing becoming slower. Dean would place a hand on Sam's sleeping shoulder, just to make sure he was breathing to his liking. And Dean would read like this until his head tipped back onto the sofa when sleep couldn't be held back anymore and slammed into him. And Bobby never tried to talk Dean into the guest room when he found them like this each night.
He just covered them both with blankets and let them be. They probably got a Varsity Letter between them for most rounds at the Free Clinic, and plus they lack my style. Dean removed his arm, watching Sam take two steps assisted by only the cane, before deeming him okay enough to not need his help. Since they had been there last two years ago, young oak trees had been planted on either side of it, their branches swaying gently in the breeze below an orange setting sun where hints of night blue and stars were beginning to peak out around the edges of the horizon.
Sam walked, good leg first, then cane, and bad leg, alongside Dean, the sounds of people talking becoming audible as they neared the school. Plus, I was about five heads shorter than you then, and sounded like Denise the Menace's younger brother.
But that was then Sam, you're all filled out now, you'll have to fight off all the teen girls and MILF's in there with that thing.
One of them laughed, actually it was more of half a laugh combined with half a choked sound that only some teenage girls seemed to have the ability to pull off. She had loosely curled chestnut brown hair wearing a teal wrap dress and sky high heels that looked like they belonged on the runways of Milan rather than in Indiana.
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She didn't bother hiding the eye roam over both Sam and Dean, undressing them slowly in her mind. Now, one was practically throwing herself at him, and all he could think about was that she wasn't worth getting arrested over. We just came to pay our respects to the man. This one with sweeping black dyed hair in a slinky black haler top, low, low rise Levi's and, what Dean would refer to as "stripper shoes" four inch stiletto platform heels in shiny gold lamiae. Apparently he hadn't missed much with these kinds of girls back then, not if they all acted like being dumb was going out of style.
The girl popped a bubble, faded pink, then looked over at Sam, "You're so tall and pretty. He didn't have a problem with gay men, how you swung was your deal. No, he had a problem with people who used it as an insult. It didn't matter that this girl was 16, naive despite how she tried to deny it, and so little of a threat it was laughable. Nobody talked to his brother like that. And I suggest you think before you say crap like that. Because I'd hate to ruin such a pretty face.
She's just a kid! And you and your little clique need to get out of here, because me and my brother, we don't need this kind of trouble tonight. The girl shot him death glares, but Sam shot her ones right back, his being backed up with years of experience. All he needed was for this teenager to act like she was the queen of a world she didn't understand.
Finally the girl relinquished her battle, and pushed open the double doors with an angry force. She was obviously the Queen Bee of her group, because the other girls soon followed in quick order. The girl eyed Sam one last time over her shoulder; and it was a look that only said one thing: STD's don't scare me," Sam said this as literal fact, but trying to make a joke of it.
It was meant to be funny, it was supposed to be funny. Not when the look on Dean's face changed from sharing a "Winchester sarcastic banter" moment with his brother to a look that became something that was part sad, but more agonizing. Sam knew Dean's looks better than any mother, girlfriend, lover, wife, anyone else ever would. So, he knew the look his brother was wearing —it was pain- and it was painful for Sam, because he had put it there.
Everything that made people decide when they saw them: Whatever they mean to each other, it's huge. That was a pretty stupid thing to joke about-" "Stop it," Dean's voice was an order, but it wasn't cruel, it pleaded underneath the gruffness. But he had to make those words stand out, not others. The only response Sam had for this was another: Not when Dean looked at him like that. Apparently, Sam didn't hold the monopoly on soulful, pleading looks. So Sam had to detour from his norm, and change the subject.
But, Dean could sense what Sam was trying to do, and he was grateful for Sam's understanding. He looked through the glass that made up the mullioned windows of the front doors.
He opened the right side of these double doors, holding it open for Sam: Because it was banter, because this is how Sam and Dean talked when they loved each other. Sam stepped again with the aid of his cane, the bottom tip of it hitting the white linoleum tile. The tip lacked a proper rubber traction tip at the bottom. Because it was actually a Shaman relic, used for channeling ancient nature spirits, not for aiding those recovering from injury.
Which mean that the cane slid two inches forward. And this caused Sam to slide two inches forward as well, making him curse painfully, because broken legs weren't meant to slide forward when they were still broken. Sam's near spill made him pant from the pain that it caused.
But, he still managed his next line between the pants: Winchester; you are such a gentleman. Dean released Sam's elbow with drawn out slowness, like he had just placed the last card atop a teetering card tower. Okay- are we done being weird? You and me; we're freaks. And dead center between the entryway and a partition wall with lockers lined up against it on the other side, was a huge "TH" painted in red and outlined in white, the two school colors.
Overhead, suspended halogen lights bathed the whole room in overly bright light. The halls were mostly empty, only a handful of students were milling around, taking the opportunity to do whatever they wanted because class wasn't actually in session. Sam would be trailing after him, a mop of brown hair, backpack overflowing with books weighing him down. But he knew what Dean meant. It was like the last time didn't count, because they had been there to work a job.
But, more because they had been falling then, tearing apart so fast with demon blood, Ruby, anger, lies and denial. They hadn't been brothers then; "hunting companions" was maybe a more accurate term.
Sam had thought himself strong then the "better brother" because of his ability. But, he knew now that his ability was only spelt one way: He also knew now, standing here, two years, a stopped Apocalypse via a trip to Lucifer's Cage, a year soulless, a Wall, and a mess of a broken leg later, he was strong.
Because he had what he hadn't back then. He had Dean, and Dean had him. No, that last time didn't count. It was and now whey they had walked these halls as brothers. And Sam could practically see Dean's backside in their dad's old leather jacket as he followed him to his first class, because he had been so damn short compared to Dean back then that it was all he could see.
The smell of tile glue wafted up from a part of the floor that had been freshly laid out two weeks ago to replace the old crumbling ones. Along with this odor, were the smells of chalk, and what could only be described as "teenager. They list all the speeches we have planned for tonight. Everything — from the way she held the programs, to the way she stood so poised on rose pink three inch sling back heels — was perfect.
There were a dozen speakers listed on the paper; and at least half of those were labeled as students. But, small town schools don't seem to like anything permanent. So, instead they give him a two hour ceremony on a Saturday night, and a 20 dollar sheet cake. In response, the woman held out her left hand, revealing a one carat diamond wedding band, set in white gold.
A senior, when I had his class in Literary Philosophy. And, I fell in love with him then," Amanda Wyatt could see both Sam and Dean giving her raised eyebrow looks at this confession. He was only 30 himself then, single. But, still, he wasn't going to let me "ruin myself" by dating a teacher. His words, not mine. I was a bit messed up then, had too many boys, too many encounters. But, Richard, he would just let me talk to him after class. And he really heard me out.
He helped me to graduate, and I went on to Campbell College upstate. We still kept in touch with emails for homework help. And, once I got my Bachelor's in Education, I got a job at the local middle school. And Richard, he ran into me at an Education Seminar, and, well — we weren't student and teacher anymore, so-" Her next laugh was so genuine that Sam couldn't help but smile at it. He's getting a ceremony to over inflate him plenty tonight. But, rather, with the 'overview glance' of first encounters of adults.
God child, or niece or nephew perhaps? So, we decided to come and check it out. It was one thing to assume that two strangers were a couple; it was another to assume that two brothers were. And, she didn't want to embarrass herself anymore then she already had. He and Sam had a habit of finishing each other's sentences. They didn't do it on purpose.
They had just become such a staple in each other's lives that they did it unconsciously. Once she finally managed to unlock what it was, her eyes widened in surprise. My God- Dean Winchester? Because, she obviously knew enough about him to remember what he had worn back in the twelfth grade.
The hazel-brown eyes in front of him suddenly became younger, the face softer, just becoming adult-like. The body was still curvy though; he remembered the feel of it in the janitor's closet, pressed up against a circuit board. His guess was proven correct when Amanda Wyatt practically jumped up and down in excitement.
Oh my-" She launched herself at Dean, hugging him with one arm, still holding onto the programs with the other. She was much more friendly now then compared to when he was 18 and she had called him out to every kind standing in the hallway in between classes.
Amanda pulled back, appraising Dean thoroughly. More so; you aged well Dean. That is not little Sammy Winchester standing there, not that tall, and not that good looking! But, Amanda threw herself at Sam before he could do either.
Dean wrestled the gun out of his hand; and, he sped up to try and get away. But, we ended up crashing into a telephone poll, that ended up on my side of the car. There was a moment that a twinge of guilt came over Sam for lying to her; but, he pushed it back down. Because, what was he supposed to tell her? Hey, woman who my brother used to feel up when he was See, I was trying to slice off this bitch Vampire's head that was about to feed on Dean.
But, the damn thing hurled me down two flights of stairs and I broke half of the bones in my body, but, my brother got our angel friend to heal me. But, this angel, he didn't have enough 'mojo' because Eve had just been there.
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She's the Mother of All evil, supernatural things, and her presence made him a little flaccid for a complete healing. Dean does a wicked shadow puppet routine of it all. Are you both okay? It was kind of hard to focus on driving, when I was trying to take down that dumb ass with a gun.
But, it was a question Sam knew women tended to ask anyway without regard to the situation. Jessica had done it countless times when he had come to her, clearly sick, and asking for cold medicine. She just didn't know how true her statement really was.
We have so much to catch up on- ooh! You have to speak at the ceremony! He wasn't a big fan of public speaking. Especially not for a place that he had only been at for 14 days, at the behest of a woman who had told himshe felt 'sorry for him' in front of a crowd of gawking teenagers.
He always said that Sam was one of his favorite students; it would really mean a lot to him!
...And Then There Were None
They had gone to school together. So it was kind of — creepy — the way his name had been brought up in discussions about 'favorite students' between her and her husband, who had been both of their teachers. Sam took a breath, intent on telling her that he was flattered, but he wouldn't know what to say. But, Amanda took that breath for an affirmation that he was about to say 'yes'.
She stood on tip toe and kissed Sam on the cheek. Once Amanda Hekerling-Wyatt's well proportioned, easily excitable body was out of sight, Sam shot Dean a 'what the hell? Dude, you've haven't seen the woman in over a decade, why are you trying to pimp me out to her?
I prefer the term 'service'. I remember that speech you gave about Zeppelin during the Spring Assembly-" "It was Tennyson Dean, and I was " "Just imagine how much better you are now in your old age," Dean slapped Sam's shoulder again, at the same time Sam shot him another withering look. I mean, he was practically your mentor while you were here. Dean had his rough edges, jokes, and nine-year-old humor side. But, there were those moments when the real side of Dean would come out.
The side that went to Hell to save Sam; and was torn apart when Sam went to hell to save him. But, so much has happened since I last saw the man — and — I-" here Sam met words that didn't want to come out. His question was met with silence. Dude, you have a Satan blocking wall, and a mother of a broken leg. You can't pause for this long, or my Panic Face is liable to come out. A gesture he had never outgrown using when he was ashamed of something. You think Wyatt will be disappointed in you?
That's a load of crap-" "Dean-" "No-" Dean took a step closer to his brother, something he always did when he wanted Sam to really hear him. Most of all, yourself. There was a pause where they both absorbed the meaningfulness of what was just said, of the total lack of a line when it concerned looking out for each other. Because, he could feel the weight of where this was going.
I'm talking about family. The stuff you have a say in, the bonds you earn. And, you earned that place a while ago. But, in the true nature of reality, this deep, meaningful moment was broken into. He was dressed in a red and white letterman's jacket and jeans, his light brown hair cropped close to his skull. His manner was all arrogant, young, and cocky. If it weren't for the letterman jacket and the lighter hair color, Dean would've sworn he was looking at himself back in high school.
The kid raised his arm in stunned sarcasm at the old line. And, they weren't met with disappointment when they spotted a brunette who was all legs and arms — and breasts, Dean couldn't help but notice the breasts too. They were way out of proportion for someone so skinny.
Even if you wished you could forget it. Maybe this girl was really sweet, and kind, and just having an off day; but right now, Sam didn't care. He was sick of being taunted at, by kids. And, where the hell were all these kids parents at anyway? The girl's left eyebrow rose, one perfectly shaped arch. Plus, it's a Saturday, so how about you give the 'bitch face' the weekend off? But, she buried all of her rage into the storming off and yelling leering remarks about Sam's lack of manhood over her shoulder.
You're like somebody's perfect girlfriend. He was actually starting to see faces of said abominations of children, and it was making him want to dig his brains out. Dean was starting to hear the lyrics to: And, it was doing horrible things to his brain.
Dean followed behind him like a shadow, always on Sam's "good side," ready to stop any slipping should his cane start to slide out from under him again. They walked this way down the hallway for another handful of yards before they found the door to the auditorium on the right side of the hall.
It was a set of solid oak double doors, with brass colored push bars. Two rectangular windows were set into each door, allowing them to see inside the auditorium.
It was like going back in time, just the feel of the chipping push bar in Dean's hand was a memory. He had slammed his hip into this bar so many times, all arrogance and self-assurance, for his scheduled detentions. Which was the main reason Dean had found himself entering this room. Sure, but he was also the son of God, sent here because he loves us.
God doesn't care about you. Your father made you and then abandoned you, so you pray. You see signs where there's nothing. But truth is, your Apocalypse came and went, and you didn't even notice. A mother would never abandon her children like he did. I've never seen that in my life. All those vamps and ghouls out on I -- maybe they're coming in for Mother's Day.
So what are we gonna do if we run into her? Throw salt and hope? No, we're gonna turn tail and run, because we're in over our heads. You must be the guy pretending to be their father. Well, somebody ought to. I'm not in the mood. I just had a inch I just woke up on the ground, just in time to see this -- this So you tell me what the hell's going on! What do you mean, check my ear? Check my ear for what? Why don't you buy me a drink first?
Don't You Forget About Me (transcript) - Super-wiki
Oh, yeah, we're goo positive. What does that mean? Well, we sit on our thumbs, or we go in guns blazing. Screw you for bringing up Omaha. I mean, I barely remember him, and what I do remember -- it's not good. And what he did to us I mean, I just can't help but think You know what I think Mom would say? She'd say just 'cause you're blood doesn't make you family.
You got to earn that. Yeah, s-shut up a minute. I'm trying to say something. It was my fault -- Omaha. No, I should -- I should have listened to you. Well, hey, that's categorical, Bobby. I -- l-let me just get this out. Bobby, we've had this conversation already, okay? I never said I'm sorry, Rufus. I -- you lost her because of me, and I- Rufus: Bobby, I said we've had this conversation already.
And you could blabber all day I will never forgive you for what happened. So change the subject, Bob. Well, he didn't exactly keep kosher. He always used to pull the old 'can't work on the Sabbath' card whenever we had to bury a body.
You know, I-I was just a job. I was Joe mechanic. Then my wife got possessed I stabbed her, and that didn't stop her.