Happy Friday TV fans! After watching the CW’s Supernatural season 14 episode 11, I realized that sometimes we are faced with an impossible choice. We always want to see the good in others and find another solution, but what happens when there is no other way? Do we give up and support the ones we love or do we keep fighting and risk it all? Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet. In last night’s episode, “Damaged Goods,” Dean visits Donna and Mary, as he prepares himself for what’s to come. Meanwhile, Nick continues to hunt down Abraxas and Sam is left with a difficult decision to make. My top 5 moments from Supernatural season 14 episode 11 are:
“Best burger ever.”
On the way to visit his mom, Dean stops to visit Sheriff Donna and it’s always wonderful to see her. I absolutely love the friendship between these two and Donna quickly realizes that something is going on with Dean, but is he ready to let anyone in yet? Either way, it’s nice to see these two reunite over a quick meal.
So what exactly is in the “Winchester Surprise” meal other than a lot of grease? I’m not really sure, but I think it’s absolutely adorable that Dean remembers this meal and takes the time to reminisce with his mother, Mary. Other than the greasy meal, Dean reminds her about getting some pie as well. While this moment is sweet and heartwarming, it feels like a goodbye and Mary is completely aware that Dean is planning something, but it doesn’t seem like anyone will be able to talk him into a new plan, especially since Billie revealed so much to Dean about what his future holds.
“You’re a long way from Delaware, Nick.”
Nick is back in this episode and he is looking to track down Mary, learning that she faced Abraxas a long time ago. In case you forgot, Nick discovered that the demon, Abraxas, was responsible for the death of his family. After a run in with Donna, Nick tracks down Mary and she brings him to the box that she trapped Abraxas in. Nick is clearly running on pure revenge at this point, but is he willing to destroy everyone in his path to get what he wants?
What’s in the box? Meet Abraxas. Abraxas is ready to reveal his motive to Nick, but asks him to kill Mary first. Luckily, Sam and Dean show up before Mary is harmed, but Nick is not about to leave until he gets what he wants. Abraxas reveals that he was just following orders, stating that Lucifer had set this plan in motion a long time ago. This answer does not really satisfy Nick, but I’m not sure that anything would at this point, but is he too far gone? Sam seems to want to still believe in him, but I’m not sure that there is any humanity left within Nick.
“It’s the only sane play I’ve got.”
At the end of the episode, we learn that Dean has been building a box to trap Michael in, but this means that he would be trapped inside along with him for eternity. For those of you who predicted this alternate ending, congrats! I want to give a special shout out to MsMoonshine on Quiz Up who predicted this theory in the Supernatural thread. Way to go! Sam is not initially on board with this plan, especially when he finds out that Dean will be trapped in the box in the middle of the ocean. Dean explains that he initially didn’t tell Sam because he is the only one who can talk him out of it, but he is going through with the plan to save the world. Sam agrees to help him, but is there another way? Stay tuned!
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own thoughts and theories on Supernatural in the comments section below. Thanks so much for reading and happy viewing!
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