Eventually, Dean kills the , with a blessed by a procedure carried out at the back of a restaurant , samurai blade. Just in time, Dean burns Van Ness' bones, destroying him. The overturn of 's character at the final moments of the season, was very surprising for the critics. Archived from on November 30, 2012. At the same time, Sam and Dean break into the crypt of a group of nuns and steal a bone of one they feel is righteous enough for the weapon. Meg takes up a job in the hospital, to support Castiel, and look after him.
Many argued that Crowley's successful separation of the Winchester brothers by taking advantage of 's imprisonment in and the kidnap of both Kevin and Meg was a good cliffhanger going into the next season, and that it opened up many possibilities and questions. Sam is forced to kill Jimmy in self-defense, but is able to salt and burn Margaret's bones and put her to rest, saving Dean and her future victim. Bobby leads them to the remains of Van Ness' victims, including Annie, and they burn them, putting them all to rest. The hunters follow the meat to its supplier, inadvertently discovering the base of operations for the Leviathans. He directs them to the Alpha Vampire who escaped before Castiel could kill him.
Things degenerate into a hostage situation, but Krissy kills one of the monsters, allowing the Winchesters to gain the upper hand and kill the other. Sam and Dean are captured by the Alpha who refuses to cooperate due to a deal with Dick, but when Edgar arrives he has them locked up to hear what Edgar has to say. However, Castiel intervenes and breaks the binding spell. Dean tries and fails to get answers from Castiel. For instance, when the knocks the blade out of Dean's hand, it immediately glides back into his hand.
Dean manages to catch up to Sam and get the truth to his disappearance, and urges Sam to find Amy and kill her. In truth, the killer is a , a monster who removes the pituitary gland in the brain as nourishment. Bobby, still possessing the maid, arrives to get his revenge on Dick. They do so, promising Bobby that they will finish Dick, but not out of vengeance. Dean agrees to stop badgering him, but later tracks and kills Amy in front of her son because he believes that Amy would have killed more humans in the future. Dean gets a text from Sam on his cell that asks him to come to a church, and finds that Sam is getting married to Becky Rosen.
Sam ends up captured by the monsters and Dean, after realizing he's in trouble, rushes to his rescue. As they discover this finding, Dean exhibits similar 'stoned' symptoms as the forest ranger had. It is then shown that Bobby is present through the flask, but Dean's inability to see him saddens him greatly. They eventually figure out that the deaths happen to those parents who ignore their children. Meanwhile, in the course of finding a way to stop the Leviathans, Bobby discovers that decapitation works. Bobby gives the hostage Leviathan's severed head to Jody, telling her to dump it.
When she confronts Dean, he hesitates in killing her, however, Sam does it for him, reminding him of what he said after he killed Amy. Though they manage to temporarily stop him by crushing him under a car, Dean's leg is broken and Sam doesn't respond to Dean's frantic attempts to wake him up after Edgar knocks him out with a pipe. While investigating the murders, the brothers visit Jeffrey, whose life had taken a tailspin into a psych ward, though he is now in a halfway house under guardianship. The three hunters decide to hunt down the creature, coming across the remains of another ranger who went missing recently. Sam refuses, and acknowledges Dean has been treating him like a hand grenade, and emphasizing that he is managing his hallucinations and atoning for his past actions.
While Donald assures the brothers that the business deal he and the victims were in had nothing to do with their deaths, Sam searches the house and discovers that Donald's wife, Maggie , is a powerful witch who is currently separating from Donald. At the hotel, however, Sam and Dean are confronted by one of the Leviathans, who had been tracking them for days. He tells them to enjoy oblivion. They trace her last whereabouts to an old abandoned house that is haunted by a powerful ghost. This is the second and final season of as , with taking over the role for. If you want to avoid the spoilery bits, head down to the bottom of this post for the live stream details. Archived from on May 24, 2011.
Castiel has no memory of his past life as an angel and now works as a faith healer. Sam discovers the symbol on the bodies is a sign of warriors, who according to the myth were turned into monsters by their. Crowley arrives and is furious to see Castiel, but after realizing he's insane, gives them his blood. While they are in it and about to burn the bracelet, her brother shows up and is about to harm them. Afterward, however, Sam confronts Dean about Amy's death, telling him he can't talk to him right now, leaves Dean and sets forth alone. Eventually, Dean's night of promiscuity with the woman he met in the bar The Cobalt Room , leads to a daughter being born to her, who is destined to kill her father. They find out that the owners had removed one of their partners, who wasn't in favor of selling the brewery.
Along the way, they learn that the domesticating substance has been added to corn syrup and is now everywhere, with people now acting very dumb. Dean strikes up a conversation with a local named Lydia , and the two go back to her place. He explains the deal Dick made with him, assuring them that this is really his blood. In the end, Dean is able to turn Howard's own fears against him with the ritual, summoning the ghost of his dead brother who drowns him, causing the clowns to disappear. Dean being Dean Winchester, he thinks this is awesome — until the outlaw that may be responsible for the killing sets his sights on the newcomers.
The group makes its way to Rufus' Cabin where they ward themselves from angels, and Kevin sets to work on translating the tablet. Bobby returns but is now having trouble controlling himself, so he asks Sam and Dean to burn his flask. In the process, though, Maggie is killing people connected to 'helping' Donald set up a fling with one of the victims. This draws the attention of the two angels, who arrive at the cabin along with two more angels. When he gets up, and moves to get a beer, the diary is thrown onto the floor and a card falls from it, with a number of the hunter who can help him. The episode ends with Sam telling a quizzical Dean that although he Sam has done a lot of bad things, he has paid his dues with Hell , hence feels no more guilt.