This is a masterlist of download, torrent, and watch links for every single thing that Misha has been in so far (except supernatural since there is so many episodes and I’m hungry right now). I know that trying to find a link to watch or download some of his things is a real pain and very hard so I put it all here in one convenient post for you to use! :)
This is life
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He still cannot believe he is changing lives of making lives happier (as mine), but he is doing it. And his humility is one of the reasons he is so important to us.
Two more pictures of Misha Collins and John Barrowman!
And I nearly forgot John Barrowmans reaction to the encounter with Misha :)
(Source: , via jackhawksmoor)
"[Castiel’s] wary of Benny from the get-go and I think that he then is possibly a bit jealous too of the sort of friendship or camaraderie that happens between Dean and Benny, I think. You know, Cas doesn’t have a lot of other friends in Purgatory."
IGN: Obviously, Castiel has evolved and gone through his different iterations. But is it nice for you — without overdoing it at this point – to touch upon those times where he says those things that remind you that he wasn’t one of us for a long time and he doesn’t know all our ways?
Collins: Yeah. I don’t think that’s going to go away. I haven’t seen that many scripts [for Season 8], so I can’t speak to how exactly he’s going to be over the course of the season, but I think sometimes those things get played up a little too much for a little bit too much comic relief. Sometimes I’d read those and think, “Ah, how can I make this seem real? It’s kind of going for a joke.” But I think that a small peppering of that is good. Too much for comic relief is sort of like, “All right, I get it.” But that’s part of him, you know? He’s not a part of this world. But you never know what happens in this show. Castiel could be just sort of fat, sitting in front of the TV at the end of this season. I don’t know.
Highlights are mine. This is just my personal beef on how Cas was treated as comic relief so often. Which in turn affects how fandom sees him, and portrays him in their itsy bitsy cutesy fanon version where Cas is sometimes (maybe too often) seen as this cute little lost incompetent fool on earth who needs constant supervision by either Dean or Sam.
I’m sure it always a little nerve-racking when things change behind the scenes, but is it also exciting for you having Jeremy return to the series as showrunner, and seeing what he’s going to bring to the table?
Misha Collins: Yeah, it’s funny for a character like mine. The show cannot go on without Sam and Dean, but we have seen that the show had started without me and can go on without me. So, yes, whenever there’s a changing of the guard, I have been nervous, not always without cause. But if funny because every time I think I know what’s going to happen in the show, something different happens. I thought at the end of last season, “Hey, thank God they left me in Purgatory with Dean. I’m definitely going to be significant next season.” Then there was a little back and forth where it wasn’t really clear whether I was going to come back at all — and the way in which I do come back is not at all what I expected. I’ll be back much more significantly this season than last.