Supernatural Season 15, Episode 15’s top five moments
Supernatural Season 15, Episode 15 picked up with the main storyline for the Winchesters. Meanwhile, Jack and Castiel had a case of their own.
We got our happy Jack back after an episode of him focused on redeeming himself. He’s upbeat, and simply just wants to help. This Jack has been missed.
Meanwhile, the Winchesters went in search for Amara. They need her help to deal with Chuck, but got more than they initially bargained for. It’s time to break down the five best moments from Supernatural Season 15, Episode 15.
Jack holding the FBI badge upside down (but not realizing)
Supernatural has done the upside badge before with both Castiel and Charlie. The gig could have been eye-rollingly annoying this time, but Jack’s reaction to the upside down badge was perfect. He didn’t even bat an eyelid about it. In fact, he didn’t even realize.
Jack held it up with such confidence that it was perfect to show him as a new FBI agent. It was fresh and cute, and it suits Jack with his soul back perfectly.
No more crossroad deals
Castiel decides to summon a crossroads demon to figure out the truth about the recent killings. Did they have anything to do with the creatures of Hell?
When they get a crossroad demon, he tells Cass and Jack that there are no more deals happening. Rowena has put a stop to them because people will end up where they are supposed to.
It’s progressive of her, but I do have to question why she’s done this. Is there a bigger plan from her, does she just not like crossroads demons because Crowley was one, or is it because of the humanity she gained while being around the Winchesters?
The Winchesters feeling bad about what they need to do
Team Free Will found out they’d have to kill Amara to win the big war. That was never going to be easy, but the Winchesters don’t exactly want to do it. Sam is definitely having second thoughts.
This isn’t just about Amara. It’s that they need to lie to her and send her to her own death without even realizing it. I’m glad we see the compassion from them.
It doesn’t matter anyway. Amara isn’t willing to help. She believes putting her in the cage for eternity hurt Chuck. A conversation with Dean leads to her thinking about it.
This moment also gave Dean the chance to find out why Amara brought Mary back. It was partially a chance for him to let go of the childhood dream of a perfect life if she’d lived, something that Dean really had held onto for so long. Part of the fandom problem with Mary is that perfect, ideological image of Mary Winchester, and we got the real thing when Mary was brought back. She wasn’t perfect after all.
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It’s often easy to forget the massive journey Castiel has had over the years on Supernatural. He is one that on the surface doesn’t look to have had much character development, but he’s had the most out of all the main characters. He’s grown considerably since that first introduction.
There’s a moment when he gives his testimony, his journey, at the group he’s investigating. He touches on the terrible things he did and how he lost his purpose (I’ll admit I couldn’t help but think of Utopia with that line). It was finding his family and gaining a son that helped him figure out who he was.
A beautiful moment in the episode (and the season overall).
Jack reveals the truth
Jack has been holding onto a burden, the knowledge that his actions are a major sacrifice. When he kills Amara and Chuck, he will die too. Billie’s spell has been turning him into some type of bomb.
What’s really sad is that he thinks this is the only way the Winchesters will forgive him. But he doesn’t want them to know because he knows they will never understand. Nobody can stop him, though, because it’s nobody else’s choice.
It doesn’t sound like Castiel is able to not say anything unless the thing Castiel has to say is linked to The Empty and the deal made back in Season 14!
Supernatural Season 15, Episode 15’s case of the week
What was the case in the end? It was actually a human killing those she believed had sinned. It’s been a while since we’ve had a human doing bad things.
The killer may not stay human, though. The “cop” in the car is the crossroads demon who said he wasn’t allowed to make anymore deals.
What were your favorite moments from Supernatural Season 15, Episode 15? Share them in the comments below.
Supernatural Season 15 airs Thursdays at 8/7c on The CW.