|Sam (Jared Padalecki), Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Castiel (Misha Collins) track down the Colt and head off to find Lucifer to send him back to Hell. It’s a hunters’ reunion when the crew joins forces with Bobby (Jim Beaver), Ellen (Samantha Ferris) and Jo (Alona Tal) for what could be their last night on Earth. The final episode of 2009 promises to leave us with a cliffhanger that we'll need to marinate in over the holidays! Special guest star Mark Sheppard (Romo Lampkin on Battlestar Galactica) will play Crowley, a powerful demon, providing yet more challenges for Dean and Sam.|
- Castiel: The demon Crowley is sealing the deal even as we speak. It’s…going…down.
Dean: Going down? Right. OK, huggy bear, just don’t lose him.
- Crowley: So the Hardy boys finally found me. Took you long enough.
- Dean: So, dangerous mission tomorrow. Guess it’s time to eat, drink, and make merry.
Jo: Are you giving me the last-night-on-earth speech?
Dean: No! No. If I was, would – would that work?
|Mark Sheppard||Jim Beaver|
|Samantha Ferris||Alona Tal|
|Played by: Mark Pellegrino|
|Species: Fallen Angel|
|Motivation: Perform a ritual to bring Death to earth|
|Fate: Finishes the incantation and releases Death|
- How much longer can Nick last as Lucifer's vessel?
- Besides Lucifer, what else can the Colt not kill?
- The Colt cannot kill Lucifer. (Now what?!)
- Castiel cannot exorcise demons any longer.
- Crowley reveals that he was the one who dropped clues in the first place to lead the Winchesters to the Colt.
- The Pale Horseman, Death, has been unleashed on the world.
- Bobby's shortwave radio call letters are KC5-FDO.
- The Battle of Carthage, also known as the Battle of Dry Fork, took place at the beginning of the American Civil War on July 5, 1861, in Jasper County, Missouri.
- The title comes from a portion of the inscription over the gate to hell in Inferno, the first part of Dante Alighieri's epic poem Divine Comedy. The ninth and final line of which is "Abandon all hope, ye who enter here."
- Dean calls Cas "huggy bear," an allusion to a streetwise informant played by Antonio Fargas in the 1970s series "Starsky & Hutch."
- "Everybody Plays the Fool" -- J.R. Bailey, Rudy Clark, and Ken Williams
- "Oye Como Va" -- Tito Puente
Tune in January 21, 2010!
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