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It does not bother me one bit that Misha and Mark aren’t in the 200th episode. You know why?
Because this isn’t their 200th episode.
It’s Jared and Jensen’s 200th.
They’re the ones who have been there since Day 1. They’re the ones who have put in 10 years of their lives. They’re the ones who deserve the recognition and spotlight in this major milestone episode.
Don’t get me wrong; I love the ever-living crap out of Mark and Misha (and Jim and Kim and Ty and Felicia and DJ and Rachel and Osric and Lauren and Richard and Matt and Rob and LITERALLY everyone who has ever graced this show) and I’d have been happy to see them in the 200th episode. But Jensen and Jared are the ones who have been in every single one of those 200 episodes and dedicated a good portion of their lives to making this amazing show for us.
So shining the spotlight on those two men seems like the appropriate response. I’m sure Mark and Misha agree.
I love Sam Winchester because he’s brave even when he’s scared, he’s kind even though he’s been lied to and used, he’s good even though all signs pointed to him being bad. His compassion, love for his brother, friends and family, deep emotional life, and his dry sarcasm make him a better character than most actors get to play. As for Jared Padalecki, he is joy and sunshine and the reason we see Jensen smile so much. Having never met him, I still know this to be true. My friend Amanda met him at VanCon ‘14. She cried as she told him how Sam had made her brave enough to leave a bad situation; he told her she was worth so much. She holds on to that on her worst days and it keeps her going. I will forever love and bless Jared for that. -trekkiepirate aka Beth