7 best lines from Supernatural Season 13, Episode 22

Supernatural -- Photo: Robert Falconer/The CW -- Acquired via CW TV PR
Supernatural -- Photo: Robert Falconer/The CW -- Acquired via CW TV PR /

Exodus saw everyone in the Apocalypse World in an attempt to save Jack and Mary. Here are the best lines from Supernatural Season 13, Episode 22.

There were certainly mixed thoughts on Supernatural Season 13, Episode 22. The penultimate episode of the season saw us say goodbye to a character (again), but saw the Apocalypse World people move into the Paradise World. Meanwhile, Mary made a choice that many of us couldn’t understand, with Sam finding a compromise.

I got a little behind on the best lines, so day and tomorrow I’m going to wrap up this part of Supernatural Season 13. Here’s a look at the seven best lines from Episode 22, titled “Exodus.”

Well, then you got nothing to apologize for… I thought I’d lost you, man.

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When Sam started apologizing for dying and for everything with Lucifer, Dean stopped him. There was absolutely nothing to apologize for because Sam was back and alive. That’s all Dean cared about at this moment. And that’s what we expected him to think because this is Dean and all he’d ever want is his brother alive again.

No, we need you, Mom. We do.

Dean’s words made my heart break at this point in the episode. As Mary told her sons that she was staying because the Apocalypse World people needed her, Dean made it very clear that so did he. So did Sam. They’d gone a year in search for Mary and she was putting others before her sons once more.

I understood Mary’s decisions in Supernatural Season 12. But this time…nope, I didn’t get it and couldn’t see it. And I was completely on-board with Dean having some selfish thoughts for once and wanting his mom to put him and Sammy first.

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My Dad, ’cause I told the truth. See, he loved humans so much, he couldn’t see their flaws. And I told Him about it, and He got mad.

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Jack wanted to hear Lucifer’s story from the source: from Lucifer. After all, there are multiple sides to every story and Jack understandably wanted them all. Of course, Lucifer instantly starts twisting the truth–well, he tells his version and conveniently misses out all the terrible things he has done to everyone. This part was important, though, as it showed the charismatic guy Lucifer was to make his story sound believable.

Okay, you think Dad was the ‘bad guy,’ and you were a victim? You were not a victim. That was just your excuse.

Gabriel gets the chance to attempt to set Jack straight with the story by calling Lucifer out. He has the chance to share his real thoughts on Lucifer playing the victim card. It’s an interesting dynamic and one that could have had more time to explore.

Dad saw that your evil was like the first few cells of cancer… that it would spread like the disease unless He cut it out. That is why He locked you up, to stop the cancer. But it was too late then. And guess what? It’s too late for you now.

A little later, Gabriel continues with his feelings about God and Lucifer. He views Lucifer as a cancer that spread and has now corrupted the world. Again, it would have been interesting to see this dynamic play out more. Fortunately, this is where fanfictions can be fun.

Supernatural — Photo: Robert Falconer/The CW — Acquired via CW TV PR
Supernatural — Photo: Robert Falconer/The CW — Acquired via CW TV PR /

 I vastly prefer them to angels.

Castiel got one of the best lines when he made it extremely clear why he was still fighting the good fight. He’s like all of us and prefers the humans over the angels. The best thing was he got to tell his Apocalypse World self what he thought just before killing him.

Sam and Dean Winchester. Thanks, boys. Welcome to the family.

Hearing Bobby say this was awesome. It may be a different Bobby, but he clearly has the exact same thoughts on family. Family don’t end with blood! And you could see the looks on Sam and Dean as they realized this and remembered their Bobby Singer.

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