Supernatural: 6 questions we want answered in Season 14

Supernatural -- "Stranger in a Strange Land" -- Image Number: SN1401a_0165b.jpg -- Pictured: Jensen Ackles as Dean/Michael -- Photo: Bettina Strauss/The CW -- © 2018 The CW Network, LLC All Rights Reserved
Supernatural -- "Stranger in a Strange Land" -- Image Number: SN1401a_0165b.jpg -- Pictured: Jensen Ackles as Dean/Michael -- Photo: Bettina Strauss/The CW -- © 2018 The CW Network, LLC All Rights Reserved /
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Supernatural — Photo: Bettina Strauss/The CW — Acquired via CW TV PR
Supernatural — Photo: Bettina Strauss/The CW — Acquired via CW TV PR /

What will happen to Heaven?

Speaking of messes, Heaven apparently is pretty much a disaster. The angels are so messed up they were willing to allow Lucifer to rule them because they needed more angels to power Heaven.

Lucifer promised them he could make angels, so they went along with it because there are just a handful of angels left in the world. Civil wars have a way of wiping species out.

But Lucifer didn’t make any new angels, and he didn’t do anything to help the angels either. Rather, he was going through what seemed like a mid-life crisis and just used Heaven as a way to fill the void left by Jack.

Still, Heaven needs angels. God was the only one who could make them. However, a new angel has shown up on this world in Michael. Does that lead to a path of the angels scouring other universes for angels since they cannot create more?

Or will it be a storyline that will be just be forgotten? Because it was a terrible storyline to throw into Supernatural especially considering it has gone against previous canon. It’s not even a B story in an episode, but more like a C or a D. It seemed as though the writers wanted to see Lucifer at Heaven’s helm and wrote themselves into a corner to make it happen. Then Lucifer on God’s throne gets wasted as well.

The angels have never been a favorite in the Supernatural world – minus Castiel. Let’s leave them alone in Heaven.