tumblr this is my gift for you. Benedict went to see ‘Coriolanus’ in London the same day I did and I took this photo the moment they got out. They were lovely and Tom seems to have the ‘Barney Stinson’ gene because he’s PHOTOGENIC AS HELL. Yes, so…They are buddies.
"I’d like to hear your thoughts on the Chuck/Becky ship; especially since it was a cannon ship and the whole God!Chuck thing."
And I’ll tell you what I think about it.
At first I didn’t think much of it. Chuck, who ordered prostitutes in his spare…
I thought he just disappeared cause he finished the winchester gospel and made peace with it because he knew he was going to heaven WHEN THE FUCK DID HE BECOME GOD AND WHY DIDNT ANYONE TELL ME I DONT BELIEVE IT CAUSE DEANS NECKLACE WOULD HAVE BURNED HOT IN THE PRESENCE OF CHUCK IF CHUCK WAS GOD SO NO CHUCK ISNT GOD OH GOD ID CHUCK GOD
Chuck is God. That is Canon. I have a post on it. Read it (x).
Have you ever considered the possibility the actor might have been trolling with his comments about being God knowing it’s a fandom favorite theory, and that his disappearance was similar to elijah’s being taken up into heaven without having to die since he’d fulfilled his purpose faithfully in helping Dean and Sam prevent the apocolypse?
I’m not criticizing your ideas, just playing devil’s advocate. I’ve always been fond of the theory myself but generally had to reject it simply because if Chuck was God and The End was a possible universe that came to be, he still existed in it, and sent Dean and Cas after LuciferSatan though he HAD to know the Colt wouldn’t kill him, thus eliminating his two strongest players if that future failed to be averted by Dean reuniting in the past with Sam, which is a plausible but not a certain outcome. That particular issue just rubs really against the grain of what a foreward thinking Deity would do to me. -shrugs-
No, the writers told him specifically he was god. As in, it was in the script.
Fair enough, my husband just pointed out the fallacy in my argument anyway before you could reply. IE that if Chuck was God in the End he could have just resurrected Dean and Cas after PastDean left, allowing a back up plan if Dean couldn’t change his brother’s mind in the past or some other aspect of free will impeded their work. IE The end did not in fact need to be the end.
That said I am hopeful/curious we’ll see him at least one more time before the end of the series. I’m rather fond of the fellow! And I’d really really like to see Cas meet his Dad once KNOWING he’s his Dad :P
I really want him to come back to! I want to see Cas and the Winchester’s reaction to Chuck. XD
I don’t think it’s canon because it was never said on the show. It’s a good theory, but it was obviously never out rightly confirmed ONSCREEN. Or maybe I just don’t understand the definition of canon? Great comments everyone!
The writers told the guy who played chuck. It was in the script. It was canon. They guy who played chuck even talked about it. I have a post about it (x).
But not ONSCREEN. As in if a spn fan never watched the conventions made after the episode, or interviews with the actors or anything, they wouldn’t know. Kind of an under the surface thing.
No, I knew it right when Chuck disappeared in Swan Song. The youtube just confirmed what I already knew was real.
But disappearing doesn’t make him God?! Does it? I’m sorry if I seem pushy, just trying to understand why exactly you think he’s God!
Prophets don’t just disappear like that. Also, Chuck decided to ‘Change the Story’ and allow it to keep going, allowing free will = God decided not to allow the apocalypse to happen and to let the Winchesters do their thing. I’m sure there’s more evidence, but I haven’t watched Swan Song in a while. Whatever comes from the writer’s mouth is canonical when it comes to characters, you know? Therefore, whether people like it or not, Chuck is God. Saying Chuck is not God is like saying Dumbledore’s not gay because it was never said in the HP series and the Rowling stated it to the world.
Biblicaly speaking one prophet was said to have done just that actually. The Bible said Elijah was taken up into heaven with out having to die a physical death as a reward for loyal service. It is commonly believed he’ll return to earth during the end times to finish his God appointed duties by some christians ;p
That said I still think Chuck is God now. :P
I feel they didn’t beam him up to starship enterprise like that, it was probably an angel whooshing him over. But I don’t know much about bible stuff in general unless I’ve researched it for this blog, so I may be wrong. *shrugs*