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22nd May '18 10:16:54 AM naturalironist
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* KidsPlayMatchmaker: After Dean and Lisa break up, Ben tricks them into meeting one another again for a date in an attempt to bring them together again. It doesn't work, and Dean even lampshades the situation by irritably telling Lisa that they were 'Parent Trapped'.
19th May '18 12:18:59 PM 1810072342
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* ImmortalBreaker: The series has multiple weapons capable of killing immortal beings:
** Samuel Colt's weapon The Colt, a handgun. [[spoiler: However, it turns out there are some beings that are immune to it, such as Lucifer himself.]]
** Archangel blades, which are carried by archangels.
** Death's scythe can kill anything, even Death ''himself''. [[spoiler: As Dean demonstrates to him.]]
18th May '18 2:18:21 AM Morgenthaler
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** Lucifer is worshipped as a god by the demons since he is, after all, technically their Creator. In "Hell's Angel," he makes the case to the angels that GodIsEvil and suggests that [[AnOfferYouCantRefuse if they want]], they can start calling ''him'' God. In season 13, he desires to reunite with his {{Nephilim}} son Jack so, in his words, they can be better gods than his own Father. [[spoiler:When Jack refuses his offer of WeCanRuleTogether, he takes Jack's angel grace and plans to reshape the universe in his image.]]
16th May '18 12:00:41 PM Kalu-chan
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** ''Season 1:'' [[spoiler:Mary, Jess, Meg Masters (the human vessel).]]

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** ''Season 1:'' [[spoiler:Mary, Jess, [[spoiler:Jess, Meg Masters (the human vessel).]]



** ''Season 5:'' [[spoiler:Jo, Ellen, Anna, Zachariah, Adam, Gabriel, Michael.]]

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** ''Season 5:'' [[spoiler:Jo, Ellen, Anna, Zachariah, Adam, Gabriel, Michael.]]



** ''Season 8:'' [[spoiler:Channing, Martin, Samandriel, Meg, Benny, Tommy Collins, Sarah Blake, Josie Sands, Naomi.]]

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** ''Season 8:'' [[spoiler:Channing, Martin, Samandriel, Meg, Benny, Tommy Collins, Sarah Blake, Josie Sands, Naomi.Sands.]]



** ''Season 12:'' [[spoiler:Vince Vincente, Billie, Mick, Dagon, Eileen, Ketch, Lady Bevell, Doctor Hess, Rowena, Crowley, Cas.]]

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** ''Season 12:'' [[spoiler:Vince Vincente, Billie, Mick, Dagon, Eileen, Ketch, Lady Bevell, Doctor Hess, Rowena, Crowley, Cas.Kelly Kline.]]
** ''Season 13:'' [[spoiler:Gabriel, Apocalypse!Kevin, Asmodeus.
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6th May '18 6:38:12 AM Alexia
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** In Season One John is unsure whether Meg herself is a demon in human form or is possessed by one. Though it was the latter, this implies that some demons can take on human form rather than possessing them, though this is never shown or brought up again in the series.

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*** A possible explanation is that some (if not all) demons are able to "sit back" and let the possessed human take control for a while, often in an attempt to stop a hunter from killing or exorcising them. The demon in Season 7 episode "Repo Man" and one of the demons in the Season 4 finale are examples of this.
*** Another possible explanation is that they were already possessed. The black eyes don't show all the time when a person is possessed, demons can show or hide them at will, usually only showing their GameFace when they're up to some demon antics or just to mess with their victim's head.
** In Season One 1 John is unsure whether Meg herself is a demon in human form or is possessed by one. Though it was the latter, this implies that some demons can take on human form forms rather than possessing them, though this them. In the Season 2 finale, [[spoiler:Ava]] summons a demon that takes on the form of a little girl and uses said demon to kill off the Special Children trapped in the town. From Season 3 onwards, demons always possess human bodies and the idea of demons taking on human forms is never shown or brought up again in the series.again.
21st Apr '18 6:30:39 PM nombretomado
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* FantasticRacism: Pretty much all supernaturals see humans as either food or scum. Angels are particularly {{egregious}} about it, such as using the term "mud monkeys" to describe us. Though not all monsters or angels follow this thinking.

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* FantasticRacism: Pretty much all supernaturals see humans as either food or scum. Angels are particularly {{egregious}} JustForFun/{{egregious}} about it, such as using the term "mud monkeys" to describe us. Though not all monsters or angels follow this thinking.
18th Apr '18 9:57:20 PM lakingsif
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* HangingUpOnTheGrimReaper: When Bobby Singer is dying from a bullet in the head a reaper comes to escort him to the afterlife. However, Bobby repeatedly resists, going further and further into his mind to escape the reaper, despite the reaper's attempts to persuade him that he's done enough and it's his time to move on. In the end, when Bobby is at his last resort, the bullet having destroyed every last part of his brain, the reaper tells him to make a final decision. "Well, Bobby? Stay or go -- what's it gonna be?" It's revealed in later episodes that he chose to stay and resided on Earth as a ghost.
17th Apr '18 1:29:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* LastOfHisKind: There are two separate classes of DemonLordsAndArchdevils that were reduced to the last individual.
** Abaddon was the last remaining Knight of Hell after Cain (who trained the Knights) wiped out the rest of them when they tried to pull a ResignationsNotAccepted on him.
** Asmodeus became the last Prince of Hell, of which there are only four (Lucifer modeled it after the Four Archangels), after Azazel, Dagon, and Ramiel all bit the dust. Ironically, it's pointed out that he was actually the weakest of the bunch, but he managed to outlast his siblings through cunning.
16th Apr '18 2:43:16 PM Morgenthaler
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* ItOnlyWorksOnce: In season 7, Sam and Dean eventually acquire a VillainBeatingArtifact that can be used to kill an otherwise NighInvulnerable Leviathan, but it can only be used once. They decide to target their leader Dick Roman, hoping that [[KeystoneArmy his army will collapse without him]]. [[spoiler:When the weapon is finally used, it sucks both Dean and Castiel along with Roman into the monster afterlife.]]
11th Apr '18 12:51:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* FreedomFromChoice: The angels tend to default to subservience and are confused by the concept of free will, since they were designed to be obedient soldiers in God's army. [[HaveYouSeenMyGod God abandoned them]], but Michael picked up the slack for millennia. Then after the archangels are locked up or killed, Heaven falls into chaos. In season 13, Lucifer suggests that the few remaining angels make him Viceroy of Heaven since they need a leader. [[spoiler:They quickly oblige.]]
-->'''Castiel:''' You are free now, all of you! God gave you free will!\\
'''Angel:''' But what does he want us to do with it?
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