The titles for Supernatural Season 15, Episodes 2-7 are out. What could they possibly mean for the episodes? This is a chance to speculate.
In the Supernatural Season 15 premiere, the Winchesters are going “Back and to the Future,” but what about the other episodes? The titles for the first seven episodes are now out. Since we’re already looked at the title for the first episode, it’s time to break down the possibilities for Episode 2 to Episode 7.
There are no spoilers in this post because it’s all about speculation. Although, there are some details from SDCC 2019 that I’ll be using to break some things down. If you considered the SDCC news a spoiler then, well, there could be Supernatural spoilers in here.
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Likewise, the title names have come from IMDb. I’ve known the site to be wrong in the past (and titles can and do change) so take all this with a grain of salt for now.
Episode 2: Raising Hell
This seems to indicate that more of Hell is coming back to bite the Winchesters in the butts. Some of Hell is already out, but God may have a few other ideas in his back pocket for when the Winchesters get out of their current situation.
Of course, this could also be the Winchesters and Castiel “raising Hell.” It’s a popular saying when someone is angry, and we’ve heard the Winchesters say they’re going to “raise a little hell” before. This could certainly be one of those times as a way to get rid of God.
And then there’s Billie. I think Episode 2 is when we’ll see the Billie and Jack situation. They could be the ones to raise Hell to work on their side.
Episode 3: The Rupture
The first time I saw this title, I thought about Supernatural Season 4’s “The Rapture.” However, it’s probably got nothing to do with that. Instead, we’re likely looking at the definition of “rupture.”
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, there are three definitions:
"1 : a break in peaceful or friendly relations. 2 : a breaking or tearing apart of body tissue rupture of an eardrum. 3 : a crack or break in something a pipeline rupture. rupture. verb."
All three of those could connect to the show in some way. We’ve already had a break in the peaceful/friendly relations. There’s a risk that a body is getting torn apart, and I’m a little worried of what that means for our boys.
Episode 4: Atomic Monsters
Based on things that have been said at SDCC, we know that this episode is a monster-of-the-week type episode. The God situation is under control for now and the Winchesters are out on a case. The title could be linked to that case.
“Atomic Monsters” suggests that we’re getting something a little more out-of-this-worldly or far more dangerous than we’ve ever seen before. Could it be linked to Jack’s storyline, who isn’t getting reunited with the Winchesters and Castiel right away?
Episode 5: Proverbs 17:3
There are various versions of the Bible, but the New International Version states the proverb is:
"The crucible for silver and the furnace for gold, but the LORD tests the heart."
Will God start testing the hearts of the Winchesters and Castiel? Will someone test God’s heart?We know Amara is back, so could she be the one putting her brother to the test or is she put to the test? What about Billie doing some of the testing?
Honestly, this title raises far more questions than answers. Castiel better be part of this episode to give us some sort of explanation.
Episode 6: Golden Time
“Golden Time” is actually the name of a Japanese light novel series. It’s also been adapted into a manga. This could certainly be the connection to the series, as the series has a supernatural theme to it.
In Golden Time, a male student at a private law school suffers amnesia after a fall from a bridge. Could we possibly see Sam lose his memories of the last decade or so with Dean? Could we be taken back to him believing that he’s a law student? That would certainly be interesting!
Episode 7: Last Call
The “last call” is usually given at a bar. It’s the warning that no more drinks will be served to allow the bar to close. So, what does it mean in the sense for Supernatural?
This could be a last call to save the Earth. We know that the current situation isn’t going to last the whole season, but will the writers really get rid of God not even halfway through the season?
What do you think about the episode titles? What do you hope to see happen in Supernatural Season 15? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Supernatural Season 15 premieres on Oct. 10 at 8/7c on The CW.