|Reviews for You have Got to Believe Me|
| HereForStressRelease chapter 1 . 4/5/2010
That was really good. I liked the ending part because Dean started acting nice again. Really hard to imagine Dean being mean to Sam.
| Leanne chapter 1 . 2/23/2010
I see where you were going with this, but I completely disagree. I think you're right that some of those thoughts went through Dean's head for a second (you can kind of see it for a second before he pulls it together), but I don't think that's what he stayed with. He was very worried about Sam because the show implied that it was pretty much impossible to resist Famine's hunger.
Sam, at the end, resisted drinking the blood of those other demons, which is something NO ONE else was able to do (with the exception of Dean who had no hunger at all). And when Sam was locked up, it pretty much sucked for him.
They guys are (hopefully going to continue) moving toward trust again, but they've always loved each other, and that's what I think was missing from your story.
I enjoyed reading your interpretation of that scene.
| Lisa chapter 1 . 2/21/2010
Interesting take, but I don't agree that Dean should've reacted that way. Sure, Sam made some huge mistakes, and I was mad at him too in forth season. But addiction is a hard thing to beat. Just because Sam still had cravings, doesn't mean he WANTS to still have them. Sam needs encouragement and support, especially from his loved ones. Dean does as well. That's what being a family and loving someone is all about.
| bohumut chapter 1 . 2/21/2010
Needs another chapter.