Sam wonders about a link between abductions coinciding with weird natural phenomena, indeed demonic snatchings. Dean doubts his eyes about seeing Castiel, which re-triggers his purgatory escape trauma, until the archangel simply joins the brothers, claiming amnesia about his escape, but recognizing the abductee names as a list of future prophets, only one of which can be in office at one time. Kevin's mother Linda hires witch Delta Mendota to help make bombs against demons, but her betrayal gets Crowley in, able to kidnap Kevin, whom he tortures to make him read the tablet. The brothers and Castiel find Linda and trail Crowley. Castiel proves himself surprisingly powerful during the fight and reassures Dean, but heaven keeps wiping his memory.
Did You Know?
When Sam and Dean go to interview Betty Hagar about being possessed they employ the now famous rock star aliases. Since they already had a Hagar (as in Sammy), Dean became agent Roth (as in David Lee) with Sam completing the trifecta with a nice trivial twist as agent Malloy. Mitch Malloy was briefly the 3rd lead singer for Van Halen before contractual conflicts prevented him from formally signing causing the band to move on to Gary Cherone. See more
(at around 56 mins) Dean enters motel room with a 6-pack and tosses his keys on the counter. When the camera angle changes, the keys have disappeared. They reappear in a subsequent camera angle. See more
What the Hell happened? Back there. Purgatory. I told you I would get you out. We were there! It's like you just gave up. It's like you didn't believe we could do it. I mean, you kept saying that you didn't think it would work. Did you not trust me?
I did everything I could to get you out! Everything.
I did *not* leave you.
So you think this was your fault?
End Credits Theme
Composed by Jay Gruska See more