Me trying to explain the #destiel situation to my family who has never watched #Supernatural pic.twitter.com/mCo7CGAn9A— Alli D (@Browncow989) November 6, 2020
Why is this so funny to me rn I'm absolutely hysterical #destiel pic.twitter.com/F5iDZe7G5w— D&C💚💙 harvey, lass uns den mond anzünden 🔥🎶 (@JuKO1911) November 6, 2020
i’m trying to figure out why putin and destiel are in the same sentence pic.twitter.com/Z2IBYPFwp5— esmeralda🏳️🌈 (@suzanwho) November 6, 2020
DailyDot explains Destiel is not about Putin "retiring." Last night's episode of Supernatural featured the culmination of a popular fan ship:
I haven’t watched the last seven or eight seasons of Supernatural, so if you want informed analysis, you’ll have to go elsewhere. The thought of providing serious context makes me lose my remaining brain cells, for reasons that will soon become clear. Rather than watching the actual episode, most people are just reacting to this clip of Castiel confessing his love to Dean, which is hilarious for a number of reasons: the strained acting, the low production values, and most importantly, the fact that Castiel dies instantly after the confession.
Objectively speaking, this is the funniest possible resolution to the last 10+ years of Supernatural
Putin after Destiel became canon pic.twitter.com/q2cyvyHs6X— Lenny Burnham - abolish police, abolish ICE (@lennyburnham) November 6, 2020