Hey, teachers! Leave them kids alone.
After a teacher is found dead with his tongue ripped out and his organs crushed, the Winchesters have their latest case in Des Moines, Iowa. They ask Mary if she's up for taking a case with them but she's been busy killing demons with Mr. Ketch of the British Men of Letters. She lies to the boys and says that she can't make it so Sam and Dean are on their own on this one.
When an angel in his former battalion cries out for help, Castiel must find out who's responsible and stop them before they come for him.
While there is still no word on the whereabouts of Kelly Kline, Dean and Castiel aren't on the best of terms with one another at the moment.
Sam and Dean learn the meaning of hard time in this week's episode of Supernatural.
The Winchesters just can't catch a break. After successfully saving the life of the president, Sam and Dean are hauled off to a secret underground prison where they appear to be the only inmates there. The feds want answers but neither of them is talking. Unfortunately for Sam and Dean, the feds have one thing that the two of them don't have: time.
Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely (John Dalberg-Acton).
Following the suspicious death of a well know tech billionaire, the boys investigate but find Castiel and Crowley (Crowliel because I'm writing their names way too often) already there. They see the body of Wallace Parker with his eyes burned out; another victim of Lucifer.
Though shalt have no other gods before me.
After killing a few kids that managed to summon him from the depths of the ocean, Lucifer has returned. It's a week later and Sam is busy with research while Dean is playing scrabble with Mary when they see the news on the tv: Vince Vincente is back and in LA. After the brothers head to the city of angels, they meet up with Crowley and Castiel.
The death of a hunter brings the Winchesters and Sheriff Jody Mills into Canada to say goodbye to an old friend but as Sam and Dean know all too well, hunters never die alone.
Everything seems fine for Sam and Dean after stopping into to say hello to Sheriff Jody Mills but after she gets a call that a long-time friend and hunter, Asa Fox, has recently died she is quite broken up.
Who would have thought that Hitler and Voldemort had horcruxes in common?
Following the sudden immolation of a antique salesman and his customer in Columbus, Ohio, Dean thinks that he may have found a case. After arriving in town and searching the shop, Dean discovers that the salesman had a secret room that was hiding a stash of Nazi relics that he sold on the side.
Remember, the power doesn't control you – you control it.
It's a regular Sunday mass in Mason City, Iowa until Olivia Sanchez painfully walks in. Wounds from her hands and feet bleed with every step until she is suddenly whipped across her back by an unseen force. She collapses in front of the altar where she speaks in tongues to the priest and dies. The next day, the Winchesters show up to ask questions.
Frozen hearts, ghost children and a decaying vessel for Lucifer. Supernatural has it all in this week's episode, The Foundry.
Still adjusting to being alive again, Mary Winchester is feeling pretty off. Dean doesn't see it but Castiel and Sam notice that she isn't adjusting – she's struggling. Castiel can't sick around to help after finding a clue to Lucifer's whereabouts.
Hunters, no matter how good they are - all end up the same way.
With Sam still Tony's captive, Dean and Castiel have their work cut out to find him. As Tony's previous physical methods of persuasion had little success, she has moved onto the supernatural and now has Sam in a spell.