5 best lines from Supernatural Season 15, Episode 2

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Supernatural -- "Raising Hell" -- Image Number: SN1503A_0100b.jpg -- Pictured (L-R): Jared Padalecki as Sam and Jensen Ackles as Dean -- Photo: Colin Bentley/The CW -- © 2019 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved. /
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Supernatural Season 15, Episode 2 saw the Winchesters get an assist from unlikely sources. Here are the best lines that came from Raising Hell.

Supernatural Season 15, Episode 2 saw the spirits of Hell connecting together under one leader, Francis Tumblety. Meanwhile, the Winchesters got some help from three allies and a demon. It’s time to delve into the episode by looking at the best lines.

These lines come from a variety of characters. I will state right now that no lines come from the Rowena/Ketch elements of the story. It’s time Rowena got something more than just flirting with any man that shows up.

Here are my five favorite lines from “Raising Hell.”

Can’t believe I’ve teamed up with a demon again. Think I’d know better by now.

Dean starts off the line with a throwback to the past. Dean has routinely teamed up with demons, but mostly he’s teamed up with Crowley. In the Season 15 premiere, he made a comment that Belphegor was a young Crowley, and it feels like he’s continuing that thought pattern here.

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Supernatural — “Raising Hell” — Image Number: SN1503A_0285b.jpg — Pictured (L-R): Misha Collins as Castiel, Jared Padalecki as Sam and Jensen Ackles as Dean — Photo: Colin Bentley/The CW — © 2019 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved. /

Even if we didn’t know that all of the challenges that we face were born of Chuck’s machinations, how would we describe it all? We’d call it “life.” Because that’s precisely what life is. It’s an obstacle course, and maybe Chuck designed the obstacles, but we ran our own race.

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While I love Dean’s speech about being angry at the entire situation right now, Castiel takes the best line from the scene. He focuses on the positives, trying to see some good from the mess that the topic of free will has become.

He views life as an obstacle course. While God made the course, it was up to the Winchesters and the rest of humanity to run that course. They made the choices on how to tackle the obstacles, not God.

Of course, this is a huge topic of discussion for Supernatural Season 15. Does free will even exist? I’m surprised, in a way, that Dean is the one struggling with that question more than anyone else.

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So God made an exception. Didn’t He used to like you two?

Belphegor quickly gives us an answer as to why John and Bobby could go to Heaven after Hell but Kevin can’t. Of course, Belphegor could be lying, but in this instance, I’m not sure I understand his motives for lying. It sounds like Chuck may have made exceptions because he liked the Winchesters.

I do like the line for another reason. It’s a dig at the past relationship, a reminder that this isn’t the Chuck we thought we knew.

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Me too, but there isn’t. And sometimes you just to accept that.

Kevin has really turned into a more “happy go lucky” type of guy. He can’t go to Heaven but he knows that he doesn’t want to go back to Hell. He’d rather potentially go crazy on Earth. It’s not a great existence and we all agree that he deserves better, but things don’t always work that way.

With this line, Kevin makes a point of reminding us that sometimes you have to accept what’s being thrown at you. I almost get the feeling that this was a suggestion to us as fans to accept what has happened to him and that we’re not going to see Kevin again.

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I’ve become the better me. And You? You are still the same — petulant, narcissistic. So I’m leaving You here. Once, long ago, You sealed me away. Now, in a way, I’m doing the same to You. You’re trapped, diminished, abandoned.

Amara has been one of my favorite “evil” characters since she was introduced. I loved the twist that really she wasn’t there to destroy the world and there was a way to save the world and her. We got to see her head off with Chuck on a road trip together.

Now we find out that Amara still doesn’t have the friendliest of feelings for Chuck. In this line, she makes it clear that there’s still some resentment in there for being locked up for so long.

I get the feeling that this line is also a hint that Amara will work on the Winchesters’ side to deal with Chuck if she needs to. Maybe even finding a way to trap him forever.

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What were your favorite lines from Supernatural Season 15, Episode 2? What did you think of the episode? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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