Happy Friday TV fans! After watching the CW’s Supernatural season 14 episode 19, I realized that innocence can be dangerous. Good intentions can easily be manipulated or distorted and trusting the people you care about the most can help or hurt you. But what happens when that trust is finally broken? Do we give in to the emptiness or do we still try to find a glimmer of humanity buried within? Please note major spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet. In last night’s episode, “Jack in the Box,” Sam and Dean try to honor Mary and have a meaningful discussion with other Bobby. Meanwhile, Jack continues to be pestered by Lucifer and is tricked into doing “God’s work” by Duma. My top 5 moments from Supernatural season 14 episode 19 are:
“We’re so glad for the time that we had.”
In the beginning of the episode, Sam and Dean hold a memorial service for Mary and invite some of their hunter friends. Dean talks about how they got a second chance with her and how they really got to know Mary as a person. He explains that she was strong and stubborn as hell and also mentions that she really couldn’t cook worth a damn, but this moment was truly touching, as we see how many lives Mary influenced over the years. However, the moment when Dean goes off by himself and is just seen crying was very powerful for me and caused me to shed a few tears of my own. Dean always tries to be so strong for his friends and family, but when he is by himself, he finally allows himself a moment to truly mourn the loss of his mother.
“If his human side is gone, you know what’s left…Lucifer.”
Other Bobby makes an appearance at Mary’s memorial and takes out a monster who was lurking in the crowd, but please make sure he gets his hatchet back! Bobby actually provides Sam, Dean, and Castiel with some great advice, as he reminds them about what they need to do. Even other Bobby explains that he has a soft spot for Jack, but he understands that sometimes you need to do what is necessary for the greater good. Dean seems all for this, but can Castiel and Sam follow along? We know that they both have a strong connection to Jack and it may be more difficult for them to try and eliminate him, as they understand that he doesn’t fully comprehend his actions.
“It doesn’t have to be a dream.”
After Castiel fills Duma in about what’s going on with Jack, she takes this opportunity to use him to her advantage. Duma is trying to secure her place as the leader of heaven and she manipulates Jack by telling him that Sam and Dean would want him to do God’s work. However, Jack starts to take some passages from the bible too literally when he actually begins to make them come true. I even had to turn away from the screen when the worms started eating that pastor from the inside. Gross! Jack still has so much naivete, but this is now dangerous because he doesn’t have a soul to truly think about the consequences of his actions. Jack begins to make going to heaven a reality and he’s even making angels out of humans, which could become a very dangerous threat.
“They never loved you…”
Lucifer continues to exist within Jack’s mind and it doesn’t look like he is going anywhere. Jack tries to tell him that he doesn’t want to listen to him, but Lucifer can be very convincing and he plays on Jack’s weaknesses. He repeatedly tells Jack that he cannot trust the Winchesters and tries to get Jack to unleash the power within him. Is Jack a greater threat than Lucifer? I’m not sure, but it doesn’t help that he has him cheering in his mind’s corner at all times.
“I don’t know if I can do it.”
Dean recognizes that they cannot defeat Jack because he is so powerful, but he can be contained. He circles back to the Ma’lak box, which he was going to use to trap him and Michael once upon a time. Dean tells Sam that he needs to be the one to lie to Jack, but Sam is not sure that he can do this. Jack trusts Sam so completely and Dean knows that he will do what he says, promising that they are working on some sort of spell to restore Jack’s soul even though this is not true. Sam does what he has to and locks Jack inside, but his guilt is overwhelming him.
Castiel eliminates Duma and tries to tell the Winchesters that Jack was tricked, but it’s too late. The trust has been broken and Jack is actually able to tap into enough of his power to break free from the box with Lucifer’s support. Jack stares at Sam, Dean, and Castiel with glowing eyes, suggesting that he has become something even more powerful. Is there any way to stop Jack? Stay tuned for the season finale 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!
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