Misha Collins is the type of person who would help a lost kid find his mommy in a grocery store.
Misha Collins is the type of person who would lose his own child in a grocery store.
Misha Collins is the type of person to get lost in a grocery store.
I think Ian & Mickey’s story may be one of the very few portrayals of genuinely unconditional love that I’ve ever seen. Consider:
- Ian never cared that Mickey was initially dirty and unkempt, and in fact, was absolutely smitten from the beginning
- Ian was never put off by Mickey’s attempts to keep him at arm’s length
- Mickey has consistently put his troubles aside to be there for Ian
- Ian has tried to talk Mickey out of killing someone not once but twice, and never with any judgement
- Mickey has never been resentful towards Ian when Ian sometimes pushed him or made demands
- Ian is completely accepting of and even amused by Mickey’s protective, and at times possessive, tendencies
- When Mickey finds out Ian is bipolar, his only concern is making sure that Ian is cared for and not abandoned
- Despite having said some truly hurtful things to each other, they are quick to forgive
- They never keep score or hold grudges about past misdeeds
They really have no desire to change each other. They accept each other completely, flaws and all, and I think that’s beautiful.