5 best lines from Supernatural Season 4, Episode 7

SUPERNATURAL -- "In The Beginning" -- Photo: Sergei Bachlakov/The CWAcquired via CW TV PR
SUPERNATURAL -- "In The Beginning" -- Photo: Sergei Bachlakov/The CWAcquired via CW TV PR /
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The Halloween episode focused on the breaking of another seal. Just what were the best lines from the second holiday-themed episode of Supernatural?

Supernatural Season 4, Episode 7 was the second holiday-themed episode of the whole series. It focused on Halloween, bringing the Samhain connection and showing the veil between the living and the dead weakened.

While it was all about another broken seal, the angels got more focus in this episode. Castiel had an important line at the very end, which you will see pop up in this list of five best lines from “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester.”

Yeah, for us every day is Halloween.

Sam’s line is perfect. It really is the reason a Halloween episode was never really needed for this moment. With scary monsters and ghosts constantly jumping out, there was genuinely no need to bring a Halloween element to the show unless there was a big reason for it. That big reason happened with the raising of Samhain.

SUPERNATURAL — “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester” — Photo: Sergei Bachlakov/The CW — Acquired via CW TV PR
SUPERNATURAL — “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester” — Photo: Sergei Bachlakov/The CW — Acquired via CW TV PR /

Yeah, well, if you were a six-hundred-year-old hag and you could pick any costume to come back in, wouldn’t you go for a hot cheerleader?

Dean certainly had a point. If you could choose who you’d possess, opting for the popular girl in high school definitely made sense. Opting for someone popular and pretty makes it much easier to get a job done quickly. After all, who wouldn’t trust her and want to do her bidding?

Ah, it’s what they are, savages, just plumbing on two legs.

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This line from Uriel is important, as it reminds us of everything that most of the angels believe. Of course, there are some like Castiel who like humans, but most of them are very much like Uriel. This is the first sign of angels despising humans and he makes it clear that it’s because he views them as inferior.

You know, my brother was right about you. You are d**ks.

Ah, Sammy saying everything we were thinking. Even at this point in Supernatural, it was clear that the angels weren’t the “good guys.” They had their own agenda. Some wanted the apocalypse to happen and others didn’t. Regardless, Sam and Dean were right with their thoughts about them.

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These people, they’re all my father’s creations. They’re works of art.

There is much more to this scene that stands out. Castiel’s speech at the very end of the episode is a beautiful one. For me, it’s this moment that I love the most. Castiel shows that he is different to the other angels. He likes humans, viewing them as a work of art.

He certainly has questions, but he is loyal to his father and honors the masterpiece God created. This has never really changed. In fact, Castiel remains a fan of humans, especially since becoming one temporarily.

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What are your favorite lines from Supernatural Season 4, Episode 7? Which ones stand out and why? Share in the comments below.

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