Not sure he trusts himself, Sam decides to give up hunting and goes off on his own. But that night, a late-night visitor tells Sam that he won't let him off the hook that easily. Dean, ... See full summary »



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Not sure he trusts himself, Sam decides to give up hunting and goes off on his own. But that night, a late-night visitor tells Sam that he won't let him off the hook that easily. Dean, intent on stopping the Apocalypse, continues hunting on his own and teams up with Castiel to find the Archangel Raphael since Castiel believes Raphael knows the location of God's vessel on Earth. Written by Anonymous

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24 September 2009 (USA)  »

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When Dean suggests that the gas station mechanic vanished into thin air, Deputy Framingham replies, "Uh, no Kolchak." He is referring to the 1970's TV show "Kolchak: the Night Stalker," a supernatural thriller about a newspaper writer who investigates mysterious crimes, which is often cited as the inspiration for the TV classic show "The X-Files." See more »


Raphael: But there's no other explanation. He's gone for good.
Castiel: You're lying.
Raphael: Am I? Do you *remember* the twentieth century? Think the twenty-first is going any better? Do you think God would have let any of that happen, if he were alive?
Dean Winchester: Oh yeah, well then who invented the Chinese basket trick?
Raphael: Careful. That's my Father you're talking about, boy.
Dean Winchester: Yeah, who would be *so proud* to know that his sons started the friggin' Apocalypse!
Raphael: Who ran off and disappeared! Who left no instructions, and a world to rot.
Dean Winchester:
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References Kung Fu (1972) See more »


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Potential future plot outcome
2 October 2009 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

In the last episode it was suggested that Lucifer put Sam and Dean on the plane, and brought Cass back. But from Lucifer's comments about his host "just an improvisation/Plan B. He can barely contain me without spontaneously combusting. WHY DO YOU THINK YOU WERE IN THAT CHAPEL?" it seems that he wanted Sam there, and it would be against his plan to teleport him and/or dean out of there. Therefore we can only assume, going back to the previous assumption, that GOD is alive, and was the one who teleported them out of there to safety - that it's GOD's plan, and he's behind all that has happened so far.

Based on that assumption, we could take it that Cass' quest to find GOD may result in him finding him, and that eventually either GOD will step in, or we will see an end battle between Lucifer possessed Sam, and Michael possessed Dean for the stake of Earth.

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