And Jeremy Carver’s first comment on his return to the show:
“We’re always looking for a deeper meaning, because a lot of the monsters of the week are sometimes reflections of what our boys are going through on an emotional level,” says Carver, who also enjoys “making the mundane monstrous” and taking things with positive cultural impressions and turning them on their ear.
“Whether it’s an angel or Santa Claus or a teapot, there will be blood. There’s pleasure in pain, as it were.” [x]
“…his relationship with Cas was very deep, there was a deep friendship there, and I discussed it with Guy Bee, and said if he ever comes back, he’s gonna need the trench coat. And there was just something like, almost a closure, I was just folding it up, like a flag.”