Happy Saturday TV fans! After watching The CW’s Supernatural season 15 episode 19, I learned that “when people have to be their best, they can be…and that’s what they’ll believe in.”
Please note MAJOR SPOILERS are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch the latest episode yet.
In episode 19, “Inherit the Earth,” Sam, Dean, and Jack fear that they may be the only people left on earth. Meanwhile, some more frenemies show up to make things even more complicated.
My top 5 moments from Supernatural season 15 episode 19 are:
“We’ll give you what you want.”
After Sam, Dean, and Jack quickly cope with the fact that everyone is gone…including Castiel, they realize that they may be out of options. We get a glimmer of hope when Dean finds an adorable dog, but of course Chuck makes him vanish as well.
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Come on, Chuck!
Sam and Dean basically surrender to Chuck and tell him that they will do whatever he wants if he just puts everything back to the way it was.
Only Chuck doesn’t seem too interested and tells them that he likes this story now.
Let’s hope they can get Chuck’s death book open…
“Wow…way to treat a pal!”
We quickly find out that Sam, Dean, and Jack aren’t the only beings left on earth as Michael shows up with perfect timing to help them out. Michael is in Adam’s body and tells them that he vanished too, but can we really trust him at this point?
Meanwhile, Dean gets a phone call from Castiel and we hear his voice, but we know that it’s not Cass…and in walks another familiar face…Lucifer.
Lucifer is one of the best villains on any show and I’m always happy to see him, but we know that he definitely has some tricks up his sleeve.
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After crowning a new reaper as death, they are able to get the book open, but Lucifer kills her before she can read the words out loud and double crosses them, explaining that Chuck is the one that pulled him off the bench in the first place.
We get this ultimate power struggle between Michael and Lucifer as Sam and Dean come up with a plan to create some kind of a ritual circle to get the book open.
“That’s not who we are…”
Chuck shows up during the ritual and starts beating the crap out of Sam and Dean, claiming he is cancelling their show.
Only the Winchester brothers are not out of complete luck, as they planned this from the start. They reveal that they knew Michael would double cross them and inform Chuck, explaining that after Jack returned from The Empty, he became some kind of power sucking vacuum.
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That explains what we saw in last week’s episode with plants and living things basically disintegrating at Jack’s touch.
Jack absorbed the power from Lucifer, Michael, and even Chuck himself when he started beating on Sam and Dean, which now makes him powerful enough to stop Chuck once and for all.
Chuck seems overly entertained and shocked by this ending, excited to find out who will end his life, but Sam and Dean tell him that’s not who they are. Chuck will live out his life as a mortal and die…lost and forgotten.
Great twist, guys!
“He got us back online.”
With this act, we learn that Jack is basically the new God, which I thought was fitting in a lot of ways. I was actually really sad when Dean asked him to come back home, realizing that Jack would not be a direct part of this family anymore, but we know that he will always be present.
But I do have some questions. Jack was able to restore the world and we even see the dog return, but what about Castiel?
Does he have the power to bring him back? There are some other characters that still haven’t shown up in a while either. I’m hoping we get to see both Rowena and Crowley in the series finale, but I’m honestly not sure.
This episode was basically a season finale, but we still need to wrap things up. I’m thinking the series finale is going to bring us back to the very beginning, providing fans with the SPN nostalgia we know and love.
At the very end of the episode, Sam and Dean discuss what happened and realize that they are finally free to write their own story. They take a moment to remember everyone they have lost and we even get these entertaining flashback clips of some of our past favorite characters over the seasons.
In a lot of ways, this episode felt like the end, but I still want one more episode.
Stay tuned SPN Family! The series finale of Supernatural airs next week!
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!
Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl
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2 thoughts on “Ranking the top 5 moments from “Supernatural” season 15 episode 19: “Inherit the Earth””
I’ll be honest… when I got to the end of it, I was yelling at the TV… “Is that it?!” Not that I was disappointed by the episode. But it felt so much like a finale to me… and yet it didn’t. We didn’t get that “Previously on Supernatural” bit with Kansas playing over it, so that threw me. And then there’s the whole thing where I could have sworn there was still another episode coming next week. Glad to know we get one more. I thought this episode was a fitting end to the season. I’m glad they’re doing it this way… season finale this week, with an epilogue to tie up the entire 15 year run next week.
Yeah excited to see what they come up with for next week!