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is finally back from its hiatus with the second half of season. Last time we saw Dean Winchester, he was standing by a huge pile of bodies he had recently killed. The Mark of Cain is causing its fair share of problems, so the time has come to try and get rid of that damn thing for good this time. Unfortunately, all we get is some lamely cryptic clue, but at least Dean seems to be able to keep himself in check when it comes to not killing anyone, all thanks to Castiel’s daughter, who seems to get more annoying each time she shows up.
This episode also brings the return of Metatron, Rowena sinking her claws into Crowley’s power and, of course Cas’s “daughter.” Following the massive killing spree, Dean has become desperate to remove the Mark of Cain and get the evil out of him no matter what it will cost him. Castile’s only idea for getting info on the Mark is to bring Metatron, aka the angel who killed our beloved Dean, to the bunker. Sam and Dean interrogate Metatron, only to find out that they need the First Blade to cure Dean. So they call up Crowley to retrieve it, but he’s as useful as a hole on your elbow.
Once that’s done and over with, Metatron tries to tell Dean that he owes him a bunch of favors for the rest of the cure, but he overestimates himself and his bargaining position and underestimates Dean’s eagerness not to torture him.
Dean proceeds to beat the ever living hell out of Metatron and torture him for information. I love you Curtis, but I love watching you get the s**t beat out of you even more. Metatron just taunts the crap out of him, though he does say one thought provoking thing: “The river ends at the source.” With that mysterious and seemingly useless comment, Sam and Cas bust in to stop Dean so Cas can take Metatron back to Angel Jail.
What does it all mean? Well, that’s for all you fans out there to speculate about. Is “the source” the origin of all evil? Is it the Garden of Eden? Or is it more about Dean, meaning his mother and father or his childhood home in Lawrence, Kansas? Whatever the case may be, it’s safe to assume that “the river ends at the source” will be the key to the end of season 10.
Crowley’s mom is busting her ass to try and manipulate her son. She uses witchcraft to trick him into believing that his minions are turning against him, hoping to get herself into his power base. She uses magic to spy on Crowley during his meeting with Sam and Dean, learning the location of the First Blade.
Rowena tricks Crowley’s #2, Guthrie, into getting the Blade, then she kills him and tells Crowley a lie about how Guthrie betrayed him and attacked her. Crowley might be the badass King of Hell, but he’s totally blind when it comes to mommy dearest, because he falls for her deception hook, line and sinker.
Claire wants nothing to do with Cas and the Winchesters following the deaths of all those people. She runs off with two lowlifes who convince her to lure Dean to a meeting so they can kill the guy who killed Randy. The douche bags attack Dean with a bat and an axe, but Claire has a change of heart and warns Dean. Dean almost kills them, but Claire begs him not to and Dean is able to choose the path of goodness (except for the innocent park bench he destroyed for reasons we know not).
The guys take off and Claire walks away. Cas shows up and she tells him that she’ll try to make better choices in the future. Honestly, this is one character I wouldn’t mind never seeing again. Claire just annoys me and always causes more problems than she solves.
That concludes this recap of Supernatural
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