This sobrenatural wallpaper contains
bem vestido pessoa, terno, calças de terno, terninho, pessoa bem vestida, terno das calças, pantsuit, and terno de calça.
There might also be
outerwear, overclothes, vestuário exterior, roupas normais, traje de passeio, and terno de negócio.
Okay so I was bored and decided to make up rules for a sobrenatural drinking game when I was rewatching a buncha episodes and realized that a lot of things are recurrent - as with any ol' show and I was like, "Hey, I can totally get trashed watching an episode." How, you say? Well I'm glad you asked.
The sobrenatural Drinking Game
Drink when: - Dean smirks - Sam pouts/frowns - Dean wiggles his eyebrows (in a lewd way?) hehe - Sam huffs - one of them says "Remember that case in..." - one of them says "Maybe this isn't our kinda thing/department, etc." - Sam says something about how there are different...
sobrenatural Fun Fact: Jared played as Dean in Gilmore Girls, and Sam in Silent Witness before sobrenatural happened.
Supernatural Fun Fact: On the dia of Halloween, Dean mentions that John has been missing for three weeks and that he didn’t worry because he was in New Orleans. Three weeks before Dia das bruxas 2005 is six weeks after hurricane Katrina.
Supernatural Fun Fact: Dean drinks his coffee black.
Supernatural Fun Fact: When Jensen read about Dean's fear of flying, the first thing he thought was "Oh man, this is going to be a field day."
Supernatural Fun Fact: Kripke chose for the Yellow-Eyed...
Dean Winchester is one of the greatest characters ever to grace a televisão screen; a three dimensional, dynamic, very real person dealing with extraordinary events. His actions are both believable and relatable. This is in part due to the excellent writers that work on Supernatural, but mostly due to the extraordinary atuação of Jensen Ackles. The best writers in the world can create the best character in the world, but if you hand that character over to an inept actor, then the composição literária becomes mediocre at best. And the opposite is true as well. Give a talented actor a poorly written character...