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Supernatural Season 8: Misha Collins Explains Why Castiel Has Been Such A Dick
Supernatural got off to an interesting start this season, with the search for the tablet giving us a sense of purpose and mystery, but if the main quest isn’t enough for you, there’s still the question of what Castiel has been up to. Why did he abandon Dean in Purgatory? Where is he now? The angel has a lot to answer for, and those answers are coming, along with even more mystery surrounding Cas. But we’ll have to wait a few weeks before his arc really starts to take shape. In the mean time, Misha Collins was kind enough to give us a few teases of what we can expect from Cas as the season moves along.
Speaking with EW, Collins explained Cas’s decision to leave Dean – which was kind of a dick move – was “because he wanted to try to keep him safe.” Apparently having Cas hanging around you in Purgatory is like putting a target on your back, thanks to all the trouble he caused by stealing all those souls. But Cas is trying to right those wrongs, but how he does that doesn’t seem like something easily answered. I mean, how do you rectify the theft of millions of souls?
By Episodes 7 and 8, we’ll start to see a bit more of what’s going on with Cas outside of Purgatory, but it will be for our eyes only. The audience will learn of a much bigger threat than just Crowley and his demons, but Cas and the brothers won’t be privy to the knowledge: Cas is being manipulated. Someone – or something – is working behind the scenes, pulling Cas’s strings, and nobody takes notice.
In what I’m sure will break my heart, Cas will start to feel hints of jealousy as he watches Dean’s newfound friendship with the vampire Benny. He’s understandably wary of why a vampire would befriend a human, but he can’t ignore he’s essentially been replaced by a lesser life form. Poor guy.