Supernatural Season 15, Episode 6 saw the Winchesters save an old friend. Here are my five favorite lines from the episode, titled Golden Time.
Caution: There are spoilers in this post about Supernatural Season 15, Episode 6.
An old friend returned in Supernatural Season 15, Episode 6, and she needed help. It led the Winchesters on a case against witches. Meanwhile, Castiel had a case of his own. Now is the time to look back at my favorite lines from the episode, titled “Golden Time.”
This was the episode that saw Eileen return as a ghost. Sadly, she didn’t make it to Heaven, even though she should have. Why was that? Well, that actually links to my first favorite line from the episode.
Look, I don’t know how this all works, but I know how it ends. We go crazy. We hurt people. I can’t stay here, and I won’t go back down there.
Eileen shares that she went to Hell thanks to the hellhound. Honestly, I’d thought this from her death in Season 12. We know that Hellhounds are used to drag people to Hell, so naturally, Eileen was going to end up there. I’m surprised the Winchesters just believed that their friend had made it to Heaven somehow.
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Now we get to see just how much humanity Eileen still has. She hasn’t broken from Hell, but she’s scared that she’ll go crazy on Earth. She doesn’t want to hurt people but she can’t face the torture again. It’s no longer a case of standing in an endless line. So, she wants to find a way to prevent either. I love that while Kevin is happy with the idea of going crazy, we see it from the flip side.
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I’ve been there, too, — uh, Hell. A long time ago. You try and forget, but it gets inside you. Talking helps.
Sam has a way of connecting to those struggling with things that happened in Hell. This was how he and Rowena bonded and now he and Eileen have another bond. He wants her to open up about Hell.
After years of the show often forgetting about Sam being in Hell, we get a reminder here. It’s a beautiful scene and a touching moment. I’m hoping for more of these in the next few episodes of Supernatural Season 15.
My colleagues and I, we, uh — I guess you could say we had a falling out with management. Well, and each other.
Castiel tries to keep his cover, and I love this explanation. Even if people knew about God, this was the perfect way to break down the situation. He could explain it in a way that anyone would understand.
Plus, it felt just right off the back of the phonecall between Castiel and Dean. Cass needed a “boss” for the sheriff/djinn and Dean was the best choice. Although, it certainly looked like a fun tiff between manager and agent from the djinn’s side of things.
It’s always you — you selfish little men in positions of authority. You take what you want, you take who you want. And you believe that your power will protect you. Well, it won’t protect you from me.
After everything, Castiel has had enough. He’s snapped when it comes to people in authority doing whatever they want. And part of me felt like it was also Misha in there fed up of people in authority in the real world doing whatever they want.
This is an important moment. It’s no wonder Castiel joins with Sam to find God in the next episode.
All I’m saying is we’ll find a way to beat him. We will. I don’t know how yet, but we will ’cause we’re the guys who break the rules. But I can’t do it without you. I can’t. Just like I couldn’t do it today without you. I need my brother.
Sam and Dean finally get a moment to talk. With Eileen human again, Sam needs to put the focus back on God. He needs to find a way to stop God, but that’s not going to be easy. One thing Sam knows is that he needs his brother.
There’s something so sweet and raw about this. It reminds me of the earlier seasons when they continued to focus on their need for each other. They can’t do this alone.
What were your favorite lines from Supernatural Season 15, Episode 6? What did you think of the two individual episodes? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Supernatural Season 15 returns with an all-new episode on Dec. 5 at 8/7c on The CW.