i think they used to be more humble? so i think that knowing their fanbase has stroke their ego a little too much
yea, most likely. too bad. still, they seem more tired of each other too. maybe this is why shows don’t last this long without changing out its cast.
ew. i can’t stay i’m surprised. at this point sexism is their only trade.
jensen and mark sheppard seemed to distance themselves from it but i could be mistaken. jensen did say the moderator was right and complimented her answer. shrugs. idek anymore. it’s like they know their fans will follow them into the grave so they don’t give a shit about what they say. or have they always been this way? i can’t remember.
i was skimming through so i could watch a certain part and someone said something about the cast being mostly male and jared was like “we have misha and mark too” and i was like nope nope goodbye i’m not even going to bother
yes and then jared said something about the show being so good at portraying human emotions and conflicts and introducing love interests (women, I assume that he meant) would disrupt everything and make the show just another show about romance?? I could’ve misunderstood but I don’t really see how any other take on what he said could ease my mind.
The moderator followed up with some internalized sexism by saying Supernatural was one of the few shows that dealt with male/male friendships and how men work… because that’s so not the plot of every other show on air.
they were asked that their favorite moment in the past nine years had been and as jared had answered “meeting my wife”, misha followed up by saying “sleeping with jared’s wife”.
such lovely men. ffs.