Gotham Central wrote:
The one thing that felt kind of weird to me was the casual way they let Henry sacrifice himself. Remember these are guys that up to that point have lost ALL of their family on both sides...including an unknown brother. So for they seemed kind of aloof toward Henry despite the fact that he was their only living relative.
To lose yet ANOTHER relative on their watch should have been a bit more emotional for the guys.
Dean in particular appears to only really feel connected to family he grew up around. He never seemed to care very much about the Campbells either. Plus, Henry had already demonstrated that he was willing to wipe Sam and Dean from existence, so his familial feelings may have been further dampened.
Sam, on the other hand, never really had anything to do with the plan that got Henry killed.