me when I find a new actor/actress
boondock saints + hands
You would know, wouldn’t you
The four of them meet on a hunt one summer in Boston, and after clearing up some misunderstandings they hit it off. They have a few drinks together and Dean asks Connor and Murphy which of them is older. They both say “I am” and then they all laugh. A couple of days later they part ways.
Dean never finds a way to get Sam out of the cage. He never gives up, but nothing works. He tries to have a life with Lisa and Ben, but it’s only half a life, because the most important part of him is gone.
Your face it dances and it haunts me
Your laughter’s still ringing in my ears
I still find pieces of your presence here
Even after all these years
If I live till I was 102
I just don’t think I’ll ever get over you
Dean goes on living day after day after day, because the cruelest trick fate every played on him was to leave him alive, alone and without Sam, for year after year.
One day he gets a call from Connor, and they talk about nothing for a couple of minutes, before Connor finally tells him that he lost Murphy a couple of months earlier. So Dean tells him about Sam and then they talk about their brothers, telling each other about all the best times, and they laugh - that hollow laugh that Dean is so very good at.