Why don’t you do us all a favor and pick a bloody side!

CROWLEY: Dean! How did it go?

DEAN: Fine. Fine. Uh… He’s dead, and you’re right –I-I feel amazing.


DEAN: Uh, Lester.

CROWLEY: The client? You killed the client?

DEAN: Does it matter? He was a douche. Now he’s a dead douche.

CROWLEY: Of course it matters! The deal was one dead wife for one soul. The wife’s not dead, I don’t get the soul. It’s math.

DEAN: [turning to leave] ‘Well…There you go.’

CROWLEY: Hey! don’t turn your back on me!

[DEAN turns around with cold eyes and with one shove sends CROWLEY sprawling on the floor. DEAN chuckles coldly.]

CROWLEY: Is something funny?

STUNT DEMON #2: No, sir.

CROWLEY: [getting up] Good. What do you think you’re doing?

DEAN: Oh, whatever I want.

CROWLEY: Really? Because I think you don’t know what you want. Tell me, Dean — what are you? A demon? If so, why isn’t Lester’s wife dead? Did you feel sorry for her? So maybe you’re human. Except you have those pretty black peepers and you’re working alongside me. Why don’t you do us all a great big favor and PICK A BLOODY SIDE?!

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‘Why don’t you do us all a favor and pick a bloody side!’

DEAN: Or what? Hmm? Go ahead. Make a move. See how it ends. I ain’t your friggin’ bestie, and I ain’t taking orders from you. When I need to kill, I’ll call. Until then, stay out of my way.

CROWLEY: Fine. It’s over. What can I say? Crazy ones — well, they’re good for a fling, but they’re not relationship material.

DEAN: Are you done?

CROWLEY: We’re done. You know what, Dean? It’s not me. It’s you.

[CROWLEY and his stunt demons leave the bar]


Okay, so what do you all make of this clip and dialogue? What is really going on here between Dean and Crowley. They want to work with one another one minute, then parting company the next. Crowley admitting that Dean is good for a fling, but not proper relationship material? So is Crowley cutting his losses before his deal with Dean has hatched? Was this pairing doomed to fail before it had really begun? Had Crowley invested too much time in Dean, and got much more than he bargained for? Pushing Crowley to the floor wasn’t a smart move. Or was IT? Had Dean seen the end coming of this partnership before Crowley ever did? Was Demon Dean wising up to the old fool?

Crowley was pissed because he didn’t get his soul after Dean took out the wrong man, or was it a deliberate act? Had Dean decided before hand that Lester wasn’t worth the time of day and he’d been cheating just like his wife? Was Dean right in taking out Lester? Had this pissed off Crowley that he could no longer work with Dean, that he was out of control, and that he couldn’t tame the beast within? If Dean hadn’t of killed Lester and did the job as he was supposed to and kill his wife, where would that have left Dean? Would he have walked away from Crowley and called it a day. We know DemonDean or even human Dean hated being dictated to and wasn’t taking any crap from Crowley. So why did Dean go with Crowley in the first place? Why didn’t DemonDean go off into the sunset on his own. If he was only to part waves with Crowley in the long term? What was DemonDean’s job in all this. Was he pairing up with Crowley just so Crowley could feed Dean bodies to feed the mark, or was there much more to this?

So much to think about in this clip, and again once more, what could have been …..


4 thoughts on “Why don’t you do us all a favor and pick a bloody side!

  1. “What was DemonDean’s job in all this. Was he pairing up with Crowley just so Crowley could feed Dean bodies to feed the mark, or was there much more to this?”

    This is a good question. I think he subconsciously or consciously wanted to stay away from Sam to keep him safe. I think Crowley was his choice because where else could he go? Not with Cas.


    1. I agree. I think he was deeply concerned with keeping Sam safe from himself. He’s certainly not going to call on Cas, who is dying (and who would probably kill himself to save Dean).

      I don’t think he was as demonic as crowley seemed to think. Their was surprisingly little demon in him, I think. He really was a lot like Cain, in that, he seemed to have a lot more autonomy than yor typical, average demon. Apparently, Knights of Hell aren’t ruled by anyone but Lucifer, or Cain himself. Crowley simply isn’t powerful enough, I guess.


        1. ” There was surprisingly little demon in him, I think.”

          I agree-and I LIKED that he didnt succumb totally. To me that was Deans humanity still fighting. I know thats an unpopular opinion…..


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