Happy Friday TV fans! After watching the CW’s Supernatural season 14 episode 20 season finale, I realized that stories can be dangerous, but what happens when the story is over? When there’s no glimmer of light left to maintain that last bit of hope? Can we write our own story or is the end clear cut? Please note major spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet. In last night’s episode, “Moriah,” Sam and Dean are visited by an old friend, who claims he just wants to help, but does he? Meanwhile, Jack’s powers continue to impact the world and Castiel tries to get through to him before it’s too late. My top 5 moments from the Supernatural season 14 episode 20 season finale are:
“Takes one to know one.”
In the beginning of the episode, Sam and Dean try to track down Jack using every resource they can find and Dean comments that he is surrounded by nerds. However, Sam gently reminds him that he does watch Jeopardy every single night. I do too, Dean! I thought this was a clever way to keep a little bit of humor going, as there were so many dramatic and serious moments during the season finale. Glad to see that Dean is a nerd at heart for sure!
Jack’s powers continue to spiral out of control, as he demands that everyone stop lying, which causes the entire world to spill the truth about everything. This can be extremely dangerous, especially when we learn that Sam’s favorite music artist is actually Celine Dion, not Elvis. Even the president’s lies are being revealed and Crowley gets a special shout out, when we learn that he actually made a deal with him once upon a time. Sam, Dean, and Castiel recognize that Jack must be behind this, but it looks like they may need some extra help to stop him.
“You’re my favorite show!”
Surprise…God, aka Chuck, is back! It looks like Castiel’s long distance phone call actually worked, as Chuck makes an appearance to help the Winchesters deal with the Jack situation. Chuck fixes the lying issue with a snap of his fingers, but his solution for Jack is much more complicated. Chuck presents them with a gun, but he is still working out its name. Personally I liked “The Equalizer.” Chuck explains that the gun will work in some kind of quantum leap way and eliminate Jack, but Dean breaks it down and says, “You kill him…you die.”
So who is going to be the one to shoot him and is there any other way? Castiel wants Chuck to help restore Jack’s soul, but Chuck reminds him that souls are tricky and messy, so it looks like they may not have a choice. Sam refuses to accept this and asks Chuck why it always has to fall on them. Chuck reveals that Sam and Dean are his favorites, but they are much more than a story, as this is life to them. Is Chuck actually helping or is he about to cause even more damage now with his intervention?
Castiel finally reaches Jack and the two sit down to have a father-son talk. Jack reveals to Castiel that he feels empty and that if he were able to love, he would love him. Before Castiel can get much further, Dean approaches them with Chuck’s gun, but Castiel and Sam try to stop him. Jack faces Dean and simply says, “I understand,” recognizing Dean’s decision and what this means, which was absolutely heartbreaking.
Sam tries to get Dean to listen to reason, revealing that perhaps they are only playing out parts in Chuck’s story. Dean puts the gun down, which frustrates Chuck, who tries to convince him to shoot Jack, promising that he will bring back Mary. This moment was truly significant for Dean because we know how much Dean loves his mother and he would do anything for her, but even he recognizes that this is not right and that Mary would not want him to do that.
“Welcome to the end…”
After Dean turns Chuck down, Sam reminds him that “this isn’t just a story, it’s our lives.” Chuck replies with, “Have it your way” and begins killing Jack. Sam shoots Chuck, which stuns him and he officially welcomes them to the end. The sun is gone and Sam, Dean, and Castiel are surrounded by darkness, as they lean over Jack’s lifeless body. Jack wakes up in the Empty and Billie is there, so does this mean that perhaps this is not the end for Jack? Is Jack able to help or intervene somehow? I’m not sure, but we’ll have to wait and see. Sam, Dean, and Castiel have a lot to deal with as well, as the souls from hell are released upon the world. The last scene shows the undead surrounding them, as they all grab a suitable weapon, but they are definitely outnumbered here.
So what does this mean for our favorite characters? We will now be approaching the final season of SPN and anything goes. If all the souls have been released from hell, does that mean we could see Crowley in the final season? We know that Chuck is a storyteller, but what does this actually accomplish? Is he so fed up with his favorite characters that he is willing to sacrifice the world and start over? Is he threatened by Jack? I’m not sure, but it looks like Sam, Dean, and Castiel have a lot to deal with. Stay tuned for the final season of Supernatural and in the meantime, “Carry on my Wayward son!”
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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