Supernatural Season 15, Episode 7 saw Dean head out on a hunt alone and run into Christian Kane. Here’s everything that happened in Last Call.
Dean went on his own case, leaving Sam and Eileen to get some alone time. Well, it would have been if Cass didn’t turn up with a crazy idea. Here’s everything that went down in Supernatural Season 15, Episode 7.
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“Last Call” was the episode many of us had been waiting for. Angel‘s Christian Kane guest-starred as a hunter Dean once knew, but how exactly would it all play out? And how would things work out with Sam and Castiel on a mission to find God?
We’ll split this into two parts, focusing firstly on Dean and his lone hunt and then Sam, Castiel, and Eileen in their search.
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Dean comes across an old friend
After the cold open that was more like an episode of Criminal Minds with a Supernatural twist, Dean finds a report on the news that takes him on a case alone. He doesn’t want Sam and Eileen to come, letting them enjoy some time together. He sees everything that we’ve seen some time between them.
While on the hunt, he runs into Lee (Christian Kane), a hunter that he knew from way back when who owns the bar that Dean heads to. What a voice! I called it was Kane singing before Dean even walked in.
In fact, Dean points out that he hasn’t seen Lee since Sammy was in college and the two do get a chance to reminisce about the past (and Lee’s respect for John Winchester). It’s a touching moment, as Lee also admits that he doesn’t regret walking away from the hunter life. There’s also certainly plenty of reminiscing elsewhere, including the reminder of “Yellow Fever” and “Eye of the Tiger.”
Before Dean can really get into the case, he and Lee take to the stage so we get a chance to see both of them sing. If you thought Kane and Ackles were good separately, they’re even better singing together. And I now need the Season 15 soundtrack. The end of the song brings a bar fight, which also brings the friend of the victim at the start of the episode back into it all.
Getting the information he needs from the drunk friend, Dean heads to the junk yard and finds the car. Sadly, the girl is earlier. But Dean isn’t alone there.
If you wondered if Christian Kane would turn out to be the villain like he was in Angel Season 1, you’d have been right. Sure enough, Lee follows Dean and knocks him out.
It turns out a hunt in Arizona made one thing clear for Lee. As long as monsters that would destroy families existed, hunters wouldn’t help the world. So, Lee wants to have some fun, and he’s doing that with a monster that gives him money, health, and more in return for food.
Dean becomes the food. After breaking the chair he’s tied to, he does manage to get free but so does the monster. Oh, and seriously, that monster looks like something out of Angel, which is fitting for the episode.
Sadly, Dean has to take the fight to Lee. As much as Lee wants Dean to walk away, Dean makes a point of stating he kills monsters. After a fight and a pool cue to the abdomen, Dean kills his former friend and heads back home.
Sam and Castiel search for God
Just as Sam and Eileen get a chance to do something “fun,” Castiel shows up in the bunker with an idea. Maybe he could use Sam’s wound to track God. It sounds like a semi-dangerous idea, but Sam is up for it. And so, Castiel uses his powers to try to track God through it.
Sam is flown into a wall and knocked out—honestly, again?—and Castiel rings Dean for help. However, Dean doesn’t have his phone on him since he had to give it up when he walked into the bar (I love that idea!) so Castiel turns to Sergei for help. And Cass isn’t taking “no” for an answer.
When Sergei turns up to find out what is wrong with Sam, he tells Cass and Eileen that Sam is dying. It’s only a “small thing,” right?
Castiel’s actions forced Sam’s soul to stretch but Sergei doesn’t know where to. If the soul snaps, Sam dies. However, Sergei has a way to fix it.
Will Sergei fix it? Of course, he makes everything worse first so that he can get a specific Death’s key. Castiel was ready for the betrayal and has someone watching Sergei’s daughter. Sergei has no choice but to help Sam without the item he wanted, but Castiel has made an enemy out of the shaman, even if Sergei “likes” this new “Russian” Castiel.
When Dean gets back home, Sam shares everything that happened. More specifically, he tells Dean that God is weak. They have a chance to beat him.
What did you think of the twist to Lee’s character? What did you think about Sergei’s actions? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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