3. CARRY ON
At one point, it felt impossible to ever imagine that Supernatural would end someday. But unfortunately the day came, Supernatural ended its 15-year long journey with the episode titled ‘Carry On’. Even though the reactions about the final episode are mixed. Some fans feel we deserve a better conclusion while some found it fitting. But one thing should be remembered that it was the pandemic era, the show and production did all they could to deliver us a finale episode without any delay.
The episode was bittersweet. Dean meets his ultimate demise in this episode. Dean gets mortally wounded while fighting a vampire. And Dean tells Sam that there are few things that he needs to hear. He tells him how he’s always the smart one and the stronger one. Dean tells Sam that he’s proud of him. Sam is devastated and crying, tells Dean to not leave him as he cannot do it alone, but Dean assures him that he can. Dean says his emotional goodbye and passes away. Sam manages to navigate through his life alone. While Dean reaches heaven where he reunites with Bobby and learns the changes made by Cas and Jack. Dean Winchester starts off his impala and goes for a drive. The iconic ‘Carry On’ is being played on the Car’s radio. Sam is shown to be living a new life, he raised a child named Dean, and eventually Sam passes away due to old age. In the end, both Sam and Dean are reunited in the heaven and they embrace each other.
2. I CHOOSE YOU!
Time and time again, Sam and Dean Winchester have chosen each other over the world. Even choosing the other would mean unleashing an apocalypse or putting the lives of the entire universe in danger, the Winchesters’ love for each other was stronger than all the consequences. In Season 8, Sam Winchester nearly completely the trials that would seal the gates of hell forever, but before he could complete the last trial which would cost him his life, Dean intervenes and stops his brother. Had Dean let Sam complete the trials, everything would have been entirely different.
Supernatural Season 10 revolved around the Mark of Cain and its dark influence. Dean becomes a threat to everyone around him. He eventually summons Death and asks him to dispose him as he is unable to fight the influence of the Mark. Death says that it’s not possible for him to kill Dean and explains to him the significance of the Mark which is a key to the Darkness. He offers to relocate Dean to a different realm away fro the Earth. Sam and Dean meet again to bid each other goodbye. Death informs Dean that the only way he could be free is if he kills Sam because Sam would never stop searching for a way to get Dean back. Sam asks Dean to do it as Dean holds the Death’s Scythe, but when Sam shows their childhood pictures to Dean, his brother is able to think clearly, and he ends up attacking Death with its own Scythe.
1. THE FRENCH MISTAKE
This is perhaps the most hilarious Supernatural episode. Sam and Dean are transported to an alternate reality by Balthazar where ‘Supernatural’ is actually a show set around the lives of Sam and Dean Winchester, and their characters are played by Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles. As Sam and Dean navigate their way through this reality and learn more about the lives of Jensen and Jared, they are left surprised. They are more shocked to learn that this Universe’s Sam (Jared) married the actress who played Ruby. It’s entertaining to see Jared, Jensen, and Misha poke fun at themselves with their real life elements.