I guess because every woman I've...ever...had relations
He ain't lying.
Are you serious? I didn’t remember this. Are you serious that Dean did that to Sam? They’re trying to work on a case, Sam adds a personal touch to his story, Dean decides to respond this way at the same meeting he makes a joke of celibacy during.
Joking about Sam’s losses and his guilt is such an incredibly horrible thing. So much uproar about “someone bendy”, which clearly didn’t hurt Dean, but I don’t remember a big deal being made out of this response, which obviously hurt Sam. Holy crap.
Dean, you guilt him about Jess and Mary and Ruby and, somehow, you even managed to guilt him about Amy. You are not allowed to pull this kind of crap. Just get up and walk out of the meeting. Just go.
You know what both of those scenes — Dean saying that in the meeting and his reaction to the bendy comment — make no sense to me. They are examples of the kind of humor the writers on the show employ that strike me as are OOC. Sure, Dean can be a dick, but that comment in the meeting crossed a line even for him, and the idea that he wouldn’t be hurt by that bendy comment, really? After threatening to punch Sam if he ever brought Lisa up again? Meh. There are things in the show that I just don’t put much stock in and these lame-ass attempts at humor are among them.
Seconded. It’s unfortunate that we’ve come to a point in this show where we literally can’t take the writers’ words for it anymore. This kind of stuff is generously sprinkled throughout seasons 8 and 9, and by now, I’m used to just ignoring it if it’s so OOC as to be outrageous. The above and then Sam’s “bendy” comeback/Dean’s ridiculous job interview replies at the health spa were just sad. Didn’t the writers basically tell us in 9.18 that it’s up to us anyway? That WE give the story meaning? Yeah well, I choose to ignore all of this crap.