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[do you think it’s time for Sam to save Dean, like from the mark of Cain, and that might give Sam perspective on why Dean does what he does?] Yeah, Sam’s a real selfish asshole is what basically it boils down to. It is true, Sam seems to be preoccupied, I don’t know, maybe it’s a little brother thing, maybe he’s like, “You’re my big brother, you can figure it out yourself.” In contrast to the way Dean thinks, you know, “I’m the big brother and I’ve gotta always look after my little brother and protect him and keep him from harm.” That’s kind of been his creed for as long as he can remember so…I think that they both come at it from different angles? Sam is, he’s more willing to kind of allow for things to just happen the way they happen, and it’s a Sam-centric world in his mind, and I think it always has been. And it’s also been more of a Sam-centric show for a long time, and it was originally based around that. Dean was kind of the guy who was the protector, and there to kind of keep him going along and make sure that nothing happens to him. It’s kind of always been that way, so I’m not surprised it’s turning out the way it’s turning. It still seems to be in vein of what we’ve been doing the past 9 years.