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"Supernatural" Lucifer Rising (TV Episode 2009) Poster

(TV Series)

(2009)

Trivia

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Father Lehne, a priest possessed by Azazel, is named after Fredric Lehne, who played Azazel during the show's second season.
This finale episode is called "Lucifer Rising", which mirrors the title of the season premier, "Lazarus Rising".
When the bells are heard chiming in the convent, the melody they chime is the traditional plainsong melody of 'Dies Irae' the start of a Latin poem that translates as 'Day of Wrath'. This same melody is also used in the opening credits of Stanley Kubrick's film 'The Shining.
Dean tells Zachariah, "How about this? The suite life of Zach and Cas!" He is referring to the mid-2000's Disney Channel sitcom "The Suite Life of Zach and Cody."
When Dean says, "Now it's like deja vu all over again," he is quoting the great Yogi Berra.
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Many Supernatural episodes share a title with a Rock or Metal song. 'Lucifer Rising' is one of these. It is the title track of an EP released by Candlemass in 2008.
Dean makes a reference to the Disney channel show "The suite life of Zach and Cody". Kim Rhodes, who will later come into the show in season 5 and play Sheriff Jody Mills, played the mother in the show.
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Spoilers 

The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

When Lucifer's cage opens, it opens with bright white light. This is fitting as Lucifer's name literally means "Bringer of Light."
The last appearance of Genevieve Cortese (now Padalecki) as the demon Ruby.
In the room where Dean is being kept by the Angels, there is a painting of the Archangel Michael, who Dean is destined to be the vessel for.
When Dean asks Zachariah what will happen to Sam, Zachariah replies, "Marsha, Marsha, Marsha!" He is making a reference to the fictional oldest daughter, Marsha Brady, from the classic TV sitcom "The Brady Bunch" (1969-1974).
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Body count: 11
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