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"Supernatural" Abandon All Hope (TV Episode 2009) Poster

(TV Series)

(2009)

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Through Twitter, producer and director Jim Michaels revealed that the explosion in this episode "went way too large" and they had to rebuild part of a back lot in the set for almost $20,000.
First series appearance of Mark Sheppard's character Crowley.
Carthage, Missouri was also the setting for the season 4 episode "Metamorphosis".
When Castiel tells Dean that he has found Crowley, Dean replies, "Okay, Huggy Bear. Just don't lose him." He is referring to the confidential informant from the 1970's TV cop drama, "Starsky and Hutch."
Lucifer says that there are only five things in all of creation that the Colt can't kill, as of season 12 four of them are known. It can't kill: God, The Darkness (God's sister who went by the name Amara), Death or Archangels. The fifth thing it can't kill has yet to be encountered.
The episodes titled refers to Dante Alighieris The Devine comedy "Abandon all hope, ye who enters here" This is written above the gates of hell.
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Bobby takes the group picture with an Asahi Pentax Spotmatic, which were only manufactured between 1964 and 1976, making the camera around 40 years old at the time.
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Spoilers 

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Jo Harvell dies in this episode the same way that her father was described to have died in Supernatural Season 2, Ep 14, "Born Under a Bad Sign". Sam (while possessed by a demon) recounts to her how her father had died while out on a hunt with his father (John). John used him as "bait" and he "died trying to hold in his insides" after being attacked by a monster. This is the same way Jo dies before the bomb is activated.
This is the first time that Meg calls Castiel "Clarence," after the Angel waiting to get his wings in the Frank Capra classic It's a Wonderful Life (1946).
Body count: 25 plus all the women and children of Carthage , MO
After Lucifer is shot with the Colt he says that's the Colt can't kill five things in all of creation, it would stand to reason he is referring to these five things as being, himself, the archangels Gabriel, Raphael, Michael and lastly God.
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