It’s not a Supernatural finale if one among the Winchesters doesn’t nearly or really die for the 156th time (that’s a rough estimate). Wednesday’s Season eleven ender proves no exception as Dean and sam another time say their goodbyes within the face of potential death.-Coming off Amara’s latest attack, Castiel is freed from Lucifer – nobody is aware of where the fallen angel went, although – and Chuck will feel his life weakening. As he dies, thus will the sun. The scales are, literally, tipping away from light. Once the sun – the source of all life on Universe – has gone, everything else can stop to exist.
“What can we do now?” Cas wonders. Dean reacts by grabbing a bottle of beer and countering, “How are we supposed to fix the frickin’ sun?”
But come up with an idea, they do: The Darkness can’t be trapped, so that they arrange to kill Amara instead. Chuck reveals that light is her weakness, and with an entire ton of souls, they’ll produce a bomb of kinds. Castiel offers to urge some souls from Heaven, whereas Dean and sam collect a bunch of ghost ones. It’s still not enough, however fortunately, Billie the reaper chips in with a handful hundred thousand souls. (What was with those glances between her and Crowley?) currently that they have their weapon, Dean has to get near Amara, however “you won’t carry the bomb. You’ll be the bomb,” Rowena informs him. (You had to grasp something dangerous was coming, Dean began to tell Cas concerning what quantity he suggests that to him: “You’re always there. You’re the best friend we’ve ever had. You’re our brother, Cas.”
The brothers say bye at Mary Winchester’s grave – foreshadowing! – and Dean asks Cas to appear out for sam, check that he doesn’t do something stupid. (Fat chance!) Then he makes his final requests for a funeral ceremony with Black Sabbath and Gary Busey reading his eulogy and for his ashes to be unfold at that very same cemetery. For the ultimate punch in the gut, Dean hands sam the keys to baby and that they hug it out, chick flick tears and every one.
Once Dean gets within a few feet of Amara, she can taste the power coming back off of him and truly points out that he’s never been able to hurt her before. instead of processing them both to smithereens, Dean takes another way, talking Amara pass through something he is aware of : sibling drama. “When everything goes to crap, that’s all you bought – family,” he reminds her, asking what she actually needs. With that, she summons Chuck to make changes because the siblings hold hands, the sun – and Chuck’s life force – is restored . Before they depart for a few family bonding, Chuck reassures Dean, “Earth will be fine. It’s got you. And Sam.”
Meanwhile, sam heads back to the bunker, where Toni (new continual player Elizabeth Blackmore), a member of the men of Letters’ London chapter, waits with a gun to get him and Dean in. Given all the harm the brothers have done over the years, the cluster has determined enough’s enough. Sam tells her Dean is dead then shrugs her off. She responds by warning him not to come nearer before finally firing a shot (which was, curiously, off-screen).
Now back to Dean. Before departure, Amara thanks him for giving her what she’s continually wished. She guarantees to try and do an equivalent for him – when Dean finds himself face to face together with his mother, Mary!