After a series of weird deaths in Chester, Pennsylvania, Dean and Sam discover that Balthazar has changed the history, avoiding the collision of the Titanic with an iceberg. Now Fate is intervening, murdering the descendants of those that should have died. The dilemma for the Winchester brothers is that Ellen and Jo are alive and if Castiel restores the time line, Ellen and Jo will be gone. Further, Castiel advises Dean and Sam that Fate is angry with them and they need to kill her to survive. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
The episode features many Final Destination references, whether intentional or unintentional. The plots both follow a group of people dying after escaping fate, and both even feature a character being run down by a bus right in front of the main characters as they stand by and watch in horror. See more
In "Appointment in Samara", Dean is challenged to "be Death" for 24 hrs. In the course of doing so, he saves one girl from dying when she's supposed to. This leads to someone else dying in her place. It's said that if the little girl remains in the world that she'll be plagued by sadness for her entire life. This is just one person not dying when they're supposed to. The people saved from dying on the Titanic is 1,517. You would expect the impact of that many disruptions to the natural order to be exponentially worse. Not to mention the estimated 50k people in this new version of the world who never should have been born. Aside from a handful of seemingly harmless changes, the world seems remarkably intact. See more
"Who's Celine Dion?"
"She's a destitute lounge singer in Quebec... and let's keep it that way!"
References The Waltons
My Heart Will Go On
Written by James Horner
and Will Jennings
Performed by Céline Dion See more