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'''Dean:''' I told him the truth. See, you think you can use this freak. But I know how this ends, and it ends bad.<br>
'''Sam:''' I didn't.<br>
'''Sam:''' I didn't end bad. When I was the freak, when I was drinking demon blood.<br>
'''Dean:''' Come on, man. That's totally different.<br>
'''Sam:''' Was it? Because you could have put a bullet in me. Dad told you to put a bullet in me, but you didn't
. You saved me! So help me save him!<br>'''Dean:''' You deserved to be saved . He doesn't!<br>'''Sam:''' Yes he does, Dean . Of course he does!<br>'''Dean:''' Look, I know you think you can use him as some sort of an inter-dimensional can opener, and that's fine. But don't act like you care about him . Because you only care about what he can do for you. So if you wanna pretend, that's fine. But me , I can hardly look at the kid . Because when I do all I see is everyone we lost .<br>'''Sam:''' Mom chose to take that shot at Lucifer . That is not on Jack<br>'''Dean:''' And what about Cas?<br>'''Sam:''' What about Cas?<br>'''Dean:''' He manipulated him. He made him promises , said paradise on Earth, and Cas bought it and you know what it got him? It got him dead . Now you may be able to forget about that but I cant!
Sam is reading ''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice_Miller_(psychologist)#The_Drama_of_the_Gifted_Child_.28Das_Drama_des_begabten_Kindes.2C_1979.29 The Drama of the Gifted Child]'', a book written for both parents and therapists which examines the issue of the sensitive, intelligent child who, in an effort to please a parent or parental figure, ignores his or her own needs and feelings.