Originally posted by kazluvsbooks at Sera Gamble on SPN
Sera: I was there for the first seven seasons of Supernatural, and Eric Kripke was always really confident about that – as soon as we figured out that the show was really about the relationship between these two brothers, we knew that had to be the heart of the episodes. And also a part of the major arc each season. I’m really grateful that I learned that – it has to be about your characters, the relationship between them and the way they fuck each other up. If you have that, it can be about heaven or earth.
Fangasm: You took that understanding and situated it in a universe that goes to different places, but keeps that intimacy.
Sera: Yes. It’s funny, even when I was in the room with Eric back in the day, it was so much about this inherent bond that is family, and that blood is thicker than anything. And I was always the one in the room going, let’s do a really dysfunctional story, I mean, sometimes your family lets you down.
(credit @fangasm at SDCC)