History Characters / SupernaturalTheWinchesters

26th Sep '17 6:07:25 AM AndreaTx
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* UnwantedRevival: [[spoiler:Mary implies that she was in Heaven and her version of heaven included her husband, her kids, 4 years old and six months old, and no hunting. She's not happy to be back topside and actually seems traumatized by the resurrection which pitches her headlong back into the world she made a demon deal to escape.]]
22nd Sep '17 8:03:01 AM TriumphantMagician
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* GoodParents: Henry took John to see ''Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy'' and it scared the boy enough that his father bought him a music box that plays, "As Time Goes By" to calm him down. John loved it so much that he would sometimes whistle the tune as an adult. Unfortunately, John grew up believing Henry abandoned him, rendering their positive relationship moot.

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* GoodParents: Henry took John to see ''Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy'' and it scared the boy enough that his father bought him a music box that plays, "As Time Goes By" to calm him down. John loved it so much that he would sometimes whistle the tune as an adult. Henry even kept a picture they took together in his wallet. Unfortunately, John grew up believing Henry abandoned him, rendering their positive relationship moot.



* StandardFiftiesFather: Justified, since he ''is'' from 1958. Apart from the long coat and fedora, the first thing we see him do is watch over his sleeping son.

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* StandardFiftiesFather: Justified, since he ''is'' from 1958. Apart from the long coat and fedora, the first thing we see him do is watch over check up on his sleeping son.
22nd Sep '17 7:51:14 AM TriumphantMagician
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* GoodParents: Henry whistled to John whenever he was scared and mentioned taking him to an ''Abbott and Costello'' movie. Unfortunately, John grew up believing Henry abandoned him, rendering their positive relationship moot.

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* GoodParents: Henry whistled to took John whenever he was scared and mentioned taking him to an see ''Abbott and Costello'' movie.Costello Meet the Mummy'' and it scared the boy enough that his father bought him a music box that plays, "As Time Goes By" to calm him down. John loved it so much that he would sometimes whistle the tune as an adult. Unfortunately, John grew up believing Henry abandoned him, rendering their positive relationship moot.



* StandardFiftiesFather: Justified, since he ''is'' from 1958. Apart from the appearance and wardrobe, his first scene depicts him watching over his sleeping son.

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* StandardFiftiesFather: Justified, since he ''is'' from 1958. Apart from the appearance long coat and wardrobe, his fedora, the first scene depicts thing we see him watching do is watch over his sleeping son.
21st Sep '17 8:30:59 PM TriumphantMagician
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* GoodParents: Henry habitually whistled to John whenever he was scared. He also mentions taking him to see an ''Abbott and Costello'' film. Unfortunately, John grew up believing Henry abandoned him, rendering their positive relationship moot.

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* GoodParents: Henry habitually whistled to John whenever he was scared. He also mentions scared and mentioned taking him to see an ''Abbott and Costello'' film.movie. Unfortunately, John grew up believing Henry abandoned him, rendering their positive relationship moot.
21st Sep '17 8:26:39 PM TriumphantMagician
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* GoodParents: Unfortunately, John never found out or knew about it.
* GuileHero: Henry is very smart and strategic.

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* GoodParents: Henry habitually whistled to John whenever he was scared. He also mentions taking him to see an ''Abbott and Costello'' film. Unfortunately, John never found out or knew about it.
grew up believing Henry abandoned him, rendering their positive relationship moot.
* GuileHero: Henry is very smart and strategic.



* StandardFiftiesFather: John is from 1958 but TimeTravel threw him into the future. He has the appearance and wardrobe of a man from the 50s.

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* StandardFiftiesFather: John is Justified, since he ''is'' from 1958 but TimeTravel threw him into the future. He has 1958. Apart from the appearance and wardrobe of a man from the 50s. wardrobe, his first scene depicts him watching over his sleeping son.
20th Sep '17 4:56:19 PM TriumphantMagician
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* AbusiveParents: Though much more sympathetic than most, John is still responsible for much of Dean's plethora of emotional issues, most notably his devastatingly low self-esteem and tendency to blame himself for everything that goes wrong. And John pretty much disowned Sam because Sam hated hunting and wanted to live a normal life. They were soldiers first and John never ever let them forget it. Gets a little less sympathetic when it's revealed that John once told an officer to "let Dean rot in prison" and left Dean simply because Dean had been caught stealing what was most likely food for his brother at 16 (though Dean did also lose the money that John had given him for food for him and Sam while gambling). It's left unclear whether John would also occasionally beat Dean. For example, in "Dark Side of the Moon" when Dean tells Sam what happened when John found out that Dean hadn't taken proper care of his brother, he doesn't finish the sentence ("And when Dad came home...") but he has an absolutely terrified face from the recollection alone (although as he had just lost his brother, this was pretty much a worst-case scenario, so if he did, it would be more of a one-off thing rather than a regular occurrence). Or, again, in "Bad Boys," 16-year-old Dean has reddish bruises on his wrists which he denies being caused by John and says that, instead, were caused by a werewolf, but the scene is ambiguous since Dean doesn't have any scratches or other signs on his arms typically associated with werewolf attacks. On the other hand, there has never been a single mention by Sam, Dean or Bobby of John actually hitting his sons (not even when Sam was ranting about him in Season 1); likewise, in flashbacks, neither brother so much seemed afraid of John, they were more afraid of letting him down.

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* AbusiveParents: Though much more sympathetic than most, John is still responsible for much of Dean's plethora of emotional issues, most notably his devastatingly low self-esteem and tendency to blame himself for everything that goes wrong. And John pretty much disowned Sam because Sam hated hunting and wanted to live a normal life. They were soldiers first and John never ever let them forget it. Gets a little less sympathetic when it's revealed that John once told an officer to "let Dean rot in prison" and left Dean simply because Dean had been caught stealing what was most likely food for his brother at 16 (though Dean did also lose the money that John had given him for food for him and Sam while gambling). It's left unclear whether John would also occasionally beat Dean. For example, in "Dark Side of the Moon" when Dean tells Sam what happened when John found out that Dean hadn't taken proper care of his brother, he doesn't finish the sentence ("And when Dad came home...") but he has an absolutely terrified face from the recollection alone (although as he had just lost his brother, this was pretty much a worst-case scenario, so if he did, it would be more of a one-off thing rather than a regular occurrence). Or, again, in "Bad Boys," 16-year-old Dean has reddish bruises on his wrists which he denies being caused by John and says that, instead, were caused by a werewolf, but the scene is ambiguous since Dean doesn't have any scratches or other signs on his arms typically associated with werewolf attacks.attacks [[note]] Adam Glass, the writer for that episode, later clarified on Twitter that it was indeed a werewolf attack. [[/note]]. On the other hand, there has never been a single mention by Sam, Dean or Bobby of John actually hitting his sons (not even when Sam was ranting about him in Season 1); likewise, in flashbacks, neither brother so much seemed afraid of John, they were more afraid of letting him down.


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* TraumaCongaLine: Every one of his appearances on the show puts him through the ringer. In pilot alone, his house burns down, his wife dies before his eyes, his understanding of the world is destroyed, and he has two sons (one of whom is an infant) to look after.
14th Sep '17 11:27:28 AM AndreaTx
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*FishOutofTemporalWater: [[spoiler:When Mary is brought back to life in season 11, she does not know how any of the technology works and struggles to relate to her now adult children.]]
11th Aug '17 11:04:58 AM Alexia
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* ShellShockedVeteran: [[TheCutie Young John]] is an [[AvertedTrope aversion]].

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* ShellShockedVeteran: [[TheCutie Young John]] is an [[AvertedTrope aversion]]. His older self not so much.
19th Jun '17 3:17:08 PM Nargle-Girl
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* SurprisePregnancy: “Unforgiven” reveals that her getting pregnant with Mary was this.

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* SurprisePregnancy: “Unforgiven” ''“Unforgiven”'' reveals that her getting pregnant with Mary was this.
19th Jun '17 3:15:48 PM Nargle-Girl
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* SurprisePregnancy: “Unforgiven” reveals that her getting pregnant with Mary was this.
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