After fifteen years, three hundred twenty-seven episodes and more deaths and resurrections than I can count – Supernatural has ended.
Traditionally, I've ended every season finale with a brief summary but this one is special. Pitched many years ago by Eric Kripke to the WB Network, Supernatural was the back-up plan.
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.
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.
You'll taunt me and torture me – and I'll say no. And eventually, sooner than you think, my brother's gonna walk through that door and kick your ass.
Stuck in the cage with nowhere to go, Sam is at the mercy of Lucifer. Sam assumes that the devil will taunt him and torture him but Lucifer has another plan: to make Sam an offer he can't refuse.
Dean Winchester has tipped over his king.
His brother is missing but Sam is still dead set on finding a cure for the Mark of Cain; whatever the consequences might be. For Dean, it's been a long road but he still needs to keep busy with case. Luckily, he just got a call from a fellow hunter, Rudy, about a nest of vamps that killed one girl and took the other one alive.
Charlie is gone and the Winchesters are less for it but Dean doesn't intend to take this lying down.
After Cyrus Styne is bullied by one of his classmates, he later finds him on his dad's operating table. Munroe Styne intends to make a man out of Cyrus and he intends to have him make every incision.
Dean, she is married to Jesus.
Following a recent string of suicides from members of a congregation in Massachusetts, the Winchesters have a case. Using their latest FBI disguises, they talk with Father Delaney and Sister Mathias for any help they can get. Elsewhere, in hell, Crowley isn't lacking for complaints about his mother.
As the Mark of Cain continues to take its toll on Dean, Sam and Castiel's desperation forces them to turn to an enemy for help. Whether they can trust him has yet to be decided.
Not satisfied with having schemed her way out of death, Rowena is planting hex bags around Crowley and sowing the seeds of paranoia.
His brother may be a demon bearing the Mark of Cain but that won't stop Sam from doing everything he can to save him.
After trying to convert a demon once before, Sam is prepared. Human blood? Check. Ritual incantation? Double check.
Sam may have found his brother but will he be able to face what Dean has become?
On June 21st, 2003, a young boy is awoken to the sound of a struggle. He cautiously makes his way down the stairs only to find his father dead on the floor. He tries to get a response but there is nothing.