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8th Apr '16 11:14:10 AM ShiningwingX
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** Jesse Turner, the Cambion. The episode in which he appears seemed to suggest that he and his RealityWarper powers would become a very integral part of the plot. He disappears at the end of that same episode, and has neither been seen, nor mentioned sense.
** The Alpha Vampire. Toward the end of Season 7, the Winchesters discovered [[spoiler: They would need his blood to forge the weapon to kill Dick Roman]]. He cooperates, but makes it clear that he's no friend of the Winchesters and is only [[EnemyMine helping them because the Leviathans are a bigger threat]]. He even leaves Dean with the words [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall "See you next season..."]]. He makes no appearance at all come Season 8 and seems to have been pretty much forgotten at this point.
2nd Apr '16 5:34:22 PM ShiningwingX
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** Dean goes through so many cellphones that his voice mail even lampshades it.
---> "This is Dean's other, ''other'' cell... so you must know what to do."
26th Mar '16 5:55:15 AM LordGro
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* TheWeirdSisters: Atropos, one of the three Fates, claims that "her two sisters are bigger and badder than [Atropos] in every way."
21st Mar '16 10:51:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* SoapWithinAShow: Hilariously, in "The French Mistake" Sam and Dean are transported into [[RealWorldEpisode a reality where their life is a TV show]]. Dean is [[FauxHorrific absolutely horrified]] to discover that his actor starred in the soap drama ''Series/DaysOfOurLives'' (which is an actual show that Creator/JensenAckles starred in).
-->'''Dean:''' Sammy, this reality is bad. We need to get out of here.
18th Mar '16 5:36:55 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Revision}}: Sam's girlfriend Jessica was killed by a demon in the pilot episode in the same manner (burned to death on the ceiling) as the Winchesters' mother. It was pretty clearly the Yellow-Eyed Demon/Azazel, whom Sam and Dean finally took out at the end of season 2 to avenge Mary and Jes. Then a season 5 episode revealed that one of Azazel's former lackeys was the actual hitman, a demon who possessed Sam's college friend Brady.

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* {{Revision}}: Sam's girlfriend Jessica was killed by a demon in the pilot episode in the same manner (burned to death on the ceiling) as the Winchesters' mother. It was pretty clearly intended to be the Yellow-Eyed Demon/Azazel, whom Sam and Dean finally took out at the end of season 2 to avenge Mary and Jes. Then a season 5 episode revealed that one of Azazel's former lackeys was the actual hitman, a demon who possessed Sam's college friend Brady.
18th Mar '16 5:36:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Revision}}: Sam's girlfriend Jessica was killed by a demon in the pilot episode in the same manner (burned to death on the ceiling) as the Winchesters' mother. It was pretty clearly the Yellow-Eyed Demon/Azazel, whom Sam and Dean finally took out at the end of season 2 to avenge Mary and Jes. Then a season 5 episode revealed that one of Azazel's former lackeys was the actual hitman, a demon who possessed Sam's college friend Brady.
9th Jan '16 9:42:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* TeleportationRescue: In the season 5 episode "Abandon All Hope...", Sam and Dean are captured by the Devil himself while he's performing a sacrificial ritual to raise the [[TheGrimReaper Pale Horseman]] from his slumber. Their angel friend Castiel (who had been previously captured and escaped) teleports to where they're held to teleport them away from the danger zone.
15th Dec '15 1:31:31 PM morenohijazo
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* ThisIsNotMyLifeToTake: A variation. A hunter couple walks into a bar which turns out to be full of demons. One of them possesses the husband and forces him to drink something that melts his insides. Later, Sam and Dean work with the wife. They capture one of the demons. After he tells them what they need to know, Dean hands the book with the exorcism spell to the wife to perform the ceremony. She does it gladly. While this doesn't actually kill the demon, it sends it back to Hell (and no, they don't like it there).
18th Nov '15 9:17:51 AM NeonFox
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* SympathyForTheDevil: Lucifer keeps wanting this from people, to the point that Dean actually quotes the song title at one point in disgust.
21st Oct '15 9:35:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* YourMagicsNoGoodHere: In the episode "The French Mistake", Sam and Dean are hurled into a dimension [[RefugeeFromTVLand where their lives is actually a television show]]. A angel hitman working for the bad guy follows them there, but when he tries to melt their face off he discovers that his powers don't work because nothing supernatural exists there. The Winchesters beat him up until other crew members intervene, allowing the angel to escape.
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