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Castiel and Meg

The relationship between the angel Castiel and demon Meg solely depended on what was going on at the time. Since they were polar opposites in their species, they are enemies and sometimes frenemies. Due to recent events in Season 7, Castiel begins to have a weird connection with Meg.

BackgroundEdit

Due to Castiel being an angel, and Meg a demon, the two are sworn enemies on opposites of the battle for the Apocalypse. Castiel soon betrays heaven to help the Winchesters stop the Apocalypse. Meg is with Lucifer trying to destroy mankind as they know it.

Season 5Edit

"You seem pleased."" We're gonna win. Can you feel it? You cloud-hopping pansies lost the whole damn universe. Lucifer's gonna take over heaven. We're going to heaven, Clarence."
—Castiel and Meg[src]
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In Abandon All Hope.... Castiel is trapped in the holy ring of fire and Lucifer asks Meg to watch him. With Castiel trapped, Meg proceeds to taunt Castiel about how they are winning. Castiel points out to her that Lucifer doesn't care about demons, but Meg doesn't listen. Castiel soon telekentically moves a pipe down onto Meg which brings her inside the ring of holy fire. Meg is now inside the fire and Castiel atempts to kill her by touching her forehead, but it doesn't work. Meg laughs and mentions how Castiel can't kill demons being far from heaven.. Castiel answers by looking as though he is going to kiss her (Definite sexual tension here) but instead throwing Meg onto the fire. He then uses her to cross it and escapes, leaving her behind screaming in agony.

Season 6Edit

"Why are we working with these abominations?""Keep talking dirty. Makes my meatsuit all dewy."
—Castiel and Meg[src]
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In Caged Heat, Castiel is forced by Sam to work with Meg to take down Crowley. Then again as they gather outside the house, Castiel asks why they are working with demons. They soon storm Crowley's fortress and find themselves hunted by Hellhounds. Meg attempts to escape, but cannot. Castiel tells her that within Crowley's fortress she can't escape due to a spell.

Out of options, Meg decides to stay back to fight in order to give Sam and Dean a shot at killing Crowley. In order to get a weapon, Meg kisses Castiel, taking his sword. As she pulls away, Castiel pushes her against the wall and kisses her again. Meg is stunned and Castiel says that he learned that from the Pizza Man (a character in a porno movie he had watched earlier in the episode). The rest of the gang leaves and Meg faces off with the Hellhounds.

After the mission is finished, Dean teases Castiel if he wants more time with Meg, but Castiel says no and is confused as why he would want to spend more time with Meg.

Season 7Edit

"Will you look at her? My caretaker. All of that thorny pain, so beautiful."
—Castiel about Meg[src]
In The Born-Again Identity Castiel and Meg meet again, but Castiel doesn't remember his past. Meg fully intends to use Castiel as protection against Crowley's demons, but Dean doesn't let her. As they drive back to Sam, Meg attempts to make Castiel remember but Dean shuts her down. When Castiel realizes something is up, Meg blurts out that Castiel is really an angel. Castiel eventually remembers who he is and in order to save Sam, he takes on Sam's memories of hell. With Castiel in a coma, Meg stays behind to watch over him.
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In Reading Is Fundamental, Meg is by Castiel's bedside reading a magazine when Castiel awakens. Castiel is different though and begins commenting on how beautiful she is and takes an liking to her. Meg is creeped out by this and calls the Winchesters in. With Castiel's new state of mind, he follows her around and comes to Meg when she calls. When they are escaping from the hospital, Meg calls Castiel and he pops into the car. Meg later kills Hester to protect Castiel, though she claims she did it as someone had to.

In Survival Of The Fittest, Meg is fed up when Castiel forces her to bring him to the Winchesters. However, Castiel is defensive of her and Crowley leaves her alone for awhile because, as he points out, the Winchesters need Castiel to defeat Dick Roman and Castiel is fond of Meg and would be angry if she was taken away. When Dean yells at Castiel, causing him to leave briefly, Meg chides him for his actions and displays knowledge of Castiel's unique ability to tell the Leviathans apart.

Season 8Edit

"When we survive this... I'm gonna order some pizza and we're gonna move some furniture around. You understand?" "No, I--I... wait. Actually, I..."
—Castiel and Meg[src]
In Goodbye Stranger, after learning her location from a demon he captures and tortures, though he is unaware that it is her, Castiel rescues Meg from her demon captors. While he was previously made to kill a demon about to reveal the truth about the demon search for the angel tablet to the Winchesters, Castiel is able to successfully
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make a case for keeping her alive to Naomi. Castiel bandages her wounds and she flirts with him, reminding him of the time he kissed her and showing possible feelings for him. Meg subtly tells Castiel she wants to have sex with him, something he doesn't get at first. Both times, Castiel showed no discomfort or displeasure at either suggestion. Also, before going inside to obtain the Angel tablet, he ordered Sam to stay and protect Meg. Later, while discussing with Sam his leaving the life for someone he loves, Meg says she gets why he did it, indicating that she gets it from her possible love for Castiel changing her. Also, Meg describes Amelia as a "unicorn" because she made Sam want to quit the hunting life, but when Crowley appears, she tells Sam to go save his brother and her unicorn, refering to Castiel. Thus pretty much confirming her feelings towards him.

When Crowley arrives, Meg holds him off to buy the Winchesters and Castiel the time they need. When Castiel doesn't exit with Sam and Dean, she realizes that he has the tablet and as her last act, taunts Crowley about it before stabbing him through the shoulder with an Angel Blade. Enraged at Meg's actions, Crowley kills her with an Angel Blade of his own and as Castiel does not yet know she is dead, it is unknown what his reaction to this will be. It is also unknown if Castiel had ever been in love with the demon, considering he'd always thought of her and her race as "abominations." 

Season 9Edit

"He's getting cagey - he's using a fake name. Clarence." "Of course! That's what Meg used to call him."
—Sam and Dean about Castiel[src]
When using an alias to hide from angels, Castiel uses "Clarence", Meg's nickname for him, something Sam comments on when they learn of this. Sam also comments how ironically its one of the most known angel names, something Castiel is unaware of.

Although it is unknown whether Castiel had feelings for Meg, this is at least a sign that he did care about her and the stuff she said to him, e.g. like how she called him. It is still not revealed if Castiel does know about her death yet, so it just can be suggested that, if he knows, calling himself Clarence is an act of sort of honouring Meg for what she did and who she was.

Two Sides Of The Same CoinEdit

Though naturally on opposing sides, Castiel and Meg share many similarities.

Both Have

  • Rebelled against their respective sides.
  • Both captured and tortured for rebelling.
  • Given themselves over to a cause to escape their own doubts and emptiness.
  • Have helped the Winchesters on several occasions.
  • Have both died for the Winchesters, though in Castiel's case he was resurrected.

They both seem to share an inexplicable attraction to each other. Castiel once described her as a "Thorny Beauty". In Goodbye Stranger, Meg admits that she loves Castiel and was willing to die for him, and later in the episode does so.

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