|SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL
airdate: September 10, 2009
directed by: Robert Singer
written by: Eric Kripke
|Lucifer has arrived, and the Winchesters need to figure out what to do next. Both the demons and the angels seem to be hunting the boys (especially Dean, who is now supposed to stop Lucifer), and relationships are strained for Sam as the one who broke the final seal.
Though Chuck reports that the archangel "blew up" Castiel, Cas appears briefly to help Dean and Sam. Bobby proves amazingly strong in resisting a demon possession, saving Dean's life and thwarting Meg in her new guise.
Lucifer courts his vessel, who must agree to allow him in...and does. Can Dean overcome his distrust of Sam so they can work fully work together again?
- Becky - "You're Sam Winchester! And you're [looks at Dean] not what I pictured.""
- Chuck - "Sam? You're OK! My last vision...you were like full-on Vader..."
- Meg [to Dean] - "We really owe your brother a fruit basket."
- Zachariah [to Dean] - “It’s you, chucklehead. You’re the Michael sword.”
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- How exactly is Dean supposed to kill the devil?
- What and where is the Michael sword?
- Can Dean come to trust Sam again?
- What will Lucifer do now that he has a vessel?
- The angels did not pull Sam and Dean out of the convent ... so, who did?
- The Michael sword may be a person (Dean) rather than an object!
- Bobby is awesome! (oh, wait...we knew that)
- Castiel died but was brought back by.. guess who
- There is apparently a knife that can kill angels too by the look of it.
- Dean has a GED. 🙂
- Angels (even fallen ones) always need permission to enter a vessel.
- Recap Song: AC/DC - "Thunderstruck"
- Fangirl Becky is contacted by "Carver Edlund," who asks her to get a message to his book characters, Sam and Dean. She protests that she can tell fantasy from reality, and he stops her by saying, "It's all real." She yelps, "I knew it!" This is nearly identical to Brandon (Justin Long) in the movie Galaxy Quest finding out the ship and its outer space quest are real.
- When Zachariah says to Dean, "It's apocalypse now," this is a reference to Francis Ford Coppola's 1979 film Apocalypse Now, based on Joseph Conrad's novella, Heart of Darkness.
The End of Days is upon us and both Heaven and Hell are going to battle it out on Earth. Can the boys work together to stop Armageddon?
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