TVLINE | Itâ€™s been quite a while since youâ€™ve been on the show. What was it like coming back after such a big break?
It feels like a family reunion. It was like nobody had changed and everything was the same. We really picked up right where we left off. It was actually a little bit spooky the extent to which it felt like I had never left.
TVLINE | What did you miss the most about the show?
I loved the crew â€“ Jared [Padalecki] and Jensen [Ackles] and Jim [Beaver]. Iâ€™ll go so far as to say the producers and most of the directors as well. Itâ€™s just a really, really great group of people to work with, and itâ€™s a fun place to come to work. Do I miss 35 degrees and raining in Vancouver in January? Thatâ€™s not the thing that I miss the most about it. But itâ€™s a really great place to actually work, so that is what I miss the most. That, of course, and my trench coat.
TVLINE | Yes, your trench coat is gone!
I know! Itâ€™s sad, isnâ€™t it?
TVLINE | What can you say about how Cas comes back?
He comes back with amnesia, which is probably a good thing for him because he isnâ€™t too happy with what heâ€™s done. So the fact that he doesnâ€™t remember it is probably nice for him. He doesnâ€™t have to suffer quite as much when he first comes back. But there will be plenty of suffering for Cas to come.
TVLINE | How would you describe this new Cas who has no memories of his old self?
I donâ€™t want to give too much away, but I would say that itâ€™s a version of Cas that we have, to a certain extent, seen before.
TVLINE | Whatâ€™s Deanâ€™s reaction when he first sees him?
Incredulous, apprehensive, cautious. Cautiously optimistic, I would add.
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