Supernatural: Season 5, Episode 4

The End (1 Oct. 2009)

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Dean awakens five years in the future in an abandoned city and is attacked by humans infected with a demonic virus that makes them mindless, flesh-eating zombies. Zachariah soon appears and... See full summary »



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Dean awakens five years in the future in an abandoned city and is attacked by humans infected with a demonic virus that makes them mindless, flesh-eating zombies. Zachariah soon appears and explains to Dean that the world he sees is the result of his refusal to help the angels fight Lucifer. Written by Anonymous

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When Dean looks out the window of his motel room after he's been transported to the year 2014, the movie theater sign says "NOW SHOWING: ROUTE 666". This is a reference to the episode "Route 666" in season 1. It is also a reference to the episode "Hollywood Babylon" in season 2, where the director of the haunted movie set they were hunting has a poster for the supposed movie "Route 666" See more »


Dean Winchester: [on cell phone] Talking about the Colt, right? As in, *the* Colt?
Castiel: We are.
Dean Winchester: Well that doesn't make any sense, I mean, why would the demons keep a gun around that - kills demons?
Castiel: [shouting over a passing truck] What? What, Dean - I didn't, I didn't get that.
Dean Winchester: [laughing] Y'know it's kinda funny, talking to a messenger of God on a cell phone. It's, you know, like watching a Hell's Angel ride a moped.
Castiel: [irritated] This isn't funny, Dean! The voice says I'm almost out of minutes!
Dean Winchester: Okay, all right. Look, I, ...
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What Sam will become...
10 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The End is sure to remind many of great zombie-type horror films, such that include 28 Days later.

First off, the episode shows what's in store for Sam and Dean. It finally shows us what Sam will actually become, and how he will succumb to Lucifer's offer. I am one of the fans that is sometimes skeptical about Jared Padaelcki's acting abilities, but he really came through with his best here. He was perfect. Of course, the episode also involves some humor, most notably in the fate of Castiel, which is too good to spoil here.

Overall though, strong episode, and great way of choosing what In The Beginning did and messing with time travel.

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