>>3490874>Maybe they could have leaned in more to his friendship with Kelly, and had him spare her because he trusted her.
Yeah, I was really happy when they met again in heaven (they even hugged, which was very cute). And this thing with Sam and Dean as "dads" for Jack, I feel like Dean was painfully ooc in his interactions with the boy/some parts of the season. Pointing a gun to a child? Saying to Jack that he was going to kill him?
Yes, I know Cas was "dead" and Dean thought that it was Jack's fault, but he didn't even try to get to know him unlike Sam. And then suddenly Jack was dying and Dean was miraculously worried about him. We always saw how good Dean was with children, so all of this back and forth was very odd to watch.