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"No, seriously. I'm proud of you. And you're gonna knock 'em dead on Monday, and you're gonna get that full ride, I know it."
Jessica Lee Moore was Sam's college girlfriend, whom he planned to ask to marry him, but the engagement plans went up in flames when she did. It was later revealed that she had been introduced to Sam by his possessed friend Brady, who was the one who actually killed her
. Portrayed by Adrianne Palicki, Jessica first appeared in the "Pilot" (S01, Ep1)
Tommy Collins is Haley and Ben Collins' brother. When on a camping trip with two friends in Black Water Ridge, Colorado, he gets captured by a wendigo
, prompting Sam and Dean to join his brother and sister in rescuing him. Portrayed by Graham Wardle, Tommy first appears in "Wendigo" (S01, Ep2)
- And Your Little Dog Too: Crowley targets him to get Sam and Dean to give Crowley the demon tablet, simply because he was one of the people they had saved.
- Back for the Dead: In "Clip Show" (S08, Ep22).
- Bookworm: He is seen reading The Hero with a Thousand Faces by Joseph Campbell.
- Distressed Dude: He has the distinction of being the first person Sam and Dean save in Supernatural—on-screen, that is.
- Don't Go in the Woods: Captured by a wendigo during a camping trip. It traumatized him quite a bit, as seen when he reappears.
- Genre Savvy: When he is with his girlfriend in a cabin, he hears a noise and keeps a flamethrower ready in case there is a wendigo. Unfortunately, it is something worse.
- Just Eat Him: Luckily for Tommy, the wendigo strings his food up alive, instead of just eating or killing it.
- Killed Off for Real: By Crowley in "Clip Show" (S08, Ep22).
- Tears of Blood: As part of Crowley's attack.
- Thicker Than Water: When Tommy doesn't send them new videos to keep in contact, Haley and Ben get worried enough to hire a guide to take them into the woods and find him.
- Your Head Asplode
"Don't go getting all authoritative on me, I hate it."
Dean met Cassie when he was on a case in Athens, Ohio, and the relationship became serious with him telling her about being a hunter. She couldn't accept what he told her and broke up with him, but later when her father and family friends die after being run off the road by a mysterious black truck, she calls Dean for help suspecting a supernatural cause. After Dean and Sam eliminate the ghostly truck, Dean mentions that they might continue to see each other, but she says she is a realist and does not see a future for them. Portrayed by Megalyn Echikunwoke. Appears in "Route 666" (S01, Ep13)
"Look, I know losing somebody you love is terrible. Believe me, I know. But when you shut out pain, you shut out everything else, too."
Sarah Blake is the daughter of an auction house owner in New Paltz, New York. Although she and Sam are attracted to each other and Dean tries to play matchmaker, they don't get involved because Sam is afraid of her getting killed like Jessica. Portrayed by Taylor Cole, Sarah first appears in "Provenance" (S01, Ep19)
- And Your Little Dog Too: Poor Sarah falls prey to Crowley when he starts hunting down those that Sam and Dean had saved over the years to kill them.
- Back for the Dead: Like Tommy Collins, in "Clip Show" (S08, Ep22).
- Big Damn Heroes: Cruelly subverted. Crowley lures Sam and Dean to Sarah's side so that they will be Forced to Watch her die. After she is already dead, Dean angrily throws the phone Crowley was taunting them on and it breaks to reveal that the demon had hidden the hex bag they'd been frantically searching for inside of it. Sarah dies and the damn hex-bag was in the phone the whole time.
- Braids of Action: Her hair is in two braids when she and Sam are fighting off Melanie's ghost, giving Sarah a more tomboyish appearance, as opposed to her more glamourous appearance in the earlier scenes.
- Brainy Brunette: Studied art in college.
- Death by Irony: Crowley decides to make her suffocate in front of the Winchesters, seeing as how Sam "took her breath away."
- Happily Married: In Season 8... but not to Sam. She married Ian, who works in search and rescue
- Hey, It's That Guy!: Taylor Cole who plays Sarah Blake, also played Rachel Mills in Heroes.
- Hot Mom: She reveals in "Clip Show" that she is now married with a 1 month old daughter named Bess. She chokes to death soon afterward, leaving her husband widowed and her baby motherless... just like Sarah's own mother.
- It's Not You, It's My Enemies: Part of the reason Sam is reluctant to hook up with Sarah, which is wise since everyone he sleeps with dies.
Sam: Sarah, I had a girlfriend. She died. And my mom, she died, too. I don't know, it's like—like I'm cursed or something. Like death just follows me around. Look, I'm not scared of much, but I'm scared if I let myself have feelings for anybody—
Sarah: You're scared they'd get hurt, too. That's very sweet. And very archaic.
- Missing Mom: Losing her mother was so painful for Sarah that she just withdrew from the world for awhile.
- Nice Girl: Unlike most of Sam's love interests, she is not a demon or a monster.
- The Nicknamer: Sarah refers to Sam as Romeo.
- Screaming Woman: When Melanie tries to slit her throat.
"I’ve been awake for some of it. I couldn’t move my own body. The things I did... it’s a nightmare."
Meg Masters was a college student from Andover, Massachusetts before a demon possessed her. Her pleas for help were answered when Sam, Dean, and Bobby exorcised it from her body in "Devil's Trap" (S01, Ep22)
, causing her to die from injuries inflicted on her body while she was possessed
. Portrayed by Nikki Lyn Aycox.
"I'm not nuts. I mean, I was so scared that I was losing my marbles. But this is real! I mean, I, I was right! Except for the mandroid thing. Thank you."
Ron was a security guard at a bank in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, when he was beaten unconscious by something that looked like his friend, a teller in the bank. Ron realizes that something is wrong and assumes that his friend was replaced by a half man, half robot, which he terms a mandroid. When the police refuse to listen to him, he takes everyone in a bank hostage trying to capture the mandroid, where Dean and Sam are hunting a Shapeshifter
that had assumed the shape of a bank employee. He is shot and killed, by the police, but returns as a vengeful spirit in "Are You There God? It's Me, Dean Winchester." (S04, Ep02).
Portrayed by Chris Gauthier. First appears in "Nightshifter" (S02, Ep12)
- Came Back Wrong: He was raised from the dead by Lilith much like Henricksen and Meg. Was noticably more aggressive and pissed at him dying and wanted to snap Dean's neck.
- Conspiracy Theorist: He seemed to be obsessed by a connection between aliens and Cheeseheads before he decided to track down the mandroid.
- The Cuckoolander Was Right: Ron saw the pattern in the robberies and the eye flare on the security footage. But he came to the wrong conclusion.
- Geek Physiques: Of the fat variety.
- Killed Off for Real
- Properly Paranoid: He turns on a flood light when Sam and Dean knock at his front door, and then asks to see their badges. Ron also made copies of all the security tapes from the bank because he thought the police would bury them.
- Room Full of Crazy: The walls of his home are filled with drawings, news-clippings, and photos.
- Slippery Skid: Falls on the shed skin of the Shapeshifter.
- Vigilante Man: Ron takes everyone in the bank hostage in order to capture the mandroid when the police wont listen to him.
- Wrong Genre Savvy: Thinks the thing responsible for the attacks is a mandroid. It's actually a shapeshifter.
"I just can't wrap my head around the dialogue, you know? Salt? Doesn't that sound silly? I mean, why would a ghost be afraid of salt?"
Tara Benchley is an actor that the Winchesters meet on the set of Hell Hazers II: The Reckoning
in Hollywood, California. Dean is a fan of her work in FeardotCom
, Ghost Ship
, and Boogeyman.
Dean and she end up having sex in her trailer. Portrayed by Elizabeth Whitmere note
. Appears in "Hollywood Babylon" (S02, Ep18)
- Bad Bad Acting: Including monotone delivery, breaking character, and the pathetic scream, while portraying Wendy.
- Camera Fiend: Takes Polaroids on the set and has pictures of the crew members.
- Celeb Crush: Dean is attracted to Tara and is a big fan of hers.
- Screaming Woman: While she has difficulty with her scream during the scene, she has no problem when she finds the body.
"Look, I'm not gonna lie to you. We've had a few setbacks this week. But we all know what Jay and Brad wanted more than anything. And that was to see Hell Hazers 2: The Reckoning on screens all across America! Now, we owe it to them to go on and to pull together and make this damn movie, huh?... But not today. Go home. Someone will call you."
McG directed Charlie's Angels
, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle
, and Hell Hazers
. Sam and Dean meet him on the set of Hell Hazers II: The Reckoning
in Hollywood, California. Portrayed by Regan Burns. Appears in "Hollywood Babylon" (S02, Ep18)
- Adam Westing: The McG character is portrayed as an unctuous jerkass.
- Casting Couch: This is hinted at after Tara says she doesn't need to see the concept art sketches and will find it. McG then says, "I know you will, pumpkin." He next places his hand on her chin.
- Creator Cameo: Real Life McG is seen standing behind Sam and Dean holding the clapperboard for camera B, when the character McG is addressing the crew about shutting down production temporarily. He is chewing gum and is wearing a black shirt, sunglasses, and tool-belt.
- The Merch: When he addresses the crew about temporarily shutting down production, he is wearing a Hell Hazers II: The Reckoning black baseball cap with red lettering.
- Mid Life Crisis Car: He is shown getting out of his yellow Ferrari.
- Prima Donna Director: McG has some of these tendencies, especially when afraid he is losing control. For instance, he hands his keys to an assistant who has a cup of coffee for him when he gets out of his car.
McG: Only I can say cut.
- Write Who You Know: McG is the name of one of the executive producers of Supernatural. Real Life McG is a director and producer who started out in music videos and gained prominence after directing the film Charlie's Angels.
"It's okay. Truth is, I have low self-esteem issues. My old man treated me and my brother like crap, right up till the day he died."
Tiny is a large bald tattooed prisoner in Green River County Detention Center near Little Rock, Arkansas. He says his brother shot their father, but never says why he is in prison. Portrayed by Clif Kosterman. Appears in "Folsom City Blues" (S02, Ep19)
- Abusive Parents: His father treated him badly, giving him self-esteem issues.
- Badass Mustache/Badass Beard
- Bald of Awesome
- The Big Guy: He towers over the guards and other inmates, who are not little guys.
- Bruiser with a Soft Center: Tiny admits to self esteem issues from his father's abuse.
- Bullying a Dragon: Dean makes fun of Tiny the day after Tiny's friend, Lucas, died after being locked in solitary for being in a fight with Dean.
- Disappeared Dad: His father is dead, because his brother shot him.
- Fat Comic Relief: "Cause, you know, they're just doughnuts. They're not love."
- Ironic Nickname: "Poor Tiny, man. Poor giant Tiny."
- Made of Iron: Dean's punches and the headbutt don't even phase Tiny.
- Psychic Surgery: Nurse Glockner reaches into his chest, and squeezes his heart.
- Shadow Discretion Shot: When attacked by the ghost.
- Tattooed Crook
- We Hardly Knew Ye: He dies in the same episode he is introduced, after having a bonding moment with Dean.
- We Need a Distraction: Dean starts a fight with him so that Sam can sneak into the old cell block.
Portrayed by Cindy Sampson
"Look, if, um... if you want to stick around for a while... you're welcome to stay."
- Affectionate Nickname: "Lis".
- Demonic Possession: In "Let It Bleed", one of Crowley's lackeys possesses her and stabs her in the gut as "insurance". Dean exorcises her and takes her to the hospital, but she's on the verge of death until Cass shows up.
- Girl of the Week: In her debut. She went on to reappear in another Season 3 episode and a handful of Seasons 5 and 6 episodes.
- Good Bad Girl: It's implied that she was this when Dean met her, before she had a kid and settled down some.
- Hot Mom
- I Have Your Ex-Girlfriend: Crowley kidnaps her and Ben in "Let It Bleed".
- It's Not You, It's My Enemies
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: After the Braedens are kidnapped to use as leverage against him and Lisa nearly dies as a result, Castiel wipes their memories clean of Dean at Dean's own request, to spare them the trauma they underwent by virtue of being associated with him.
- Living Emotional Crutch: After Sam's Heroic Sacrifice in "Swan Song", she is implied to become this to Dean.
- Love Interest: She was one of the few women Dean actually fell in love with.
- Mama Bear:
Dean: Lisa, I'm sorry, but this is actually the... worst time in the universe to talk. C-Can we do this later?
Lisa: You shoved my kid, Dean, how about we do this now?
- New Old Flame
- Stuffed into the Fridge: Suprisingly averted given what usually happens to the boys' Love Interests, though she and her son do appear to have been permanently removed from the series.
- Understanding Girlfriend: She's willing to try to make things work between her and Dean even when he goes back to hunting in Season 6. Until vampire!Dean comes to her house, freaks her out, and shoves Ben.
Portrayed by Nicholas Elia
Bela Talbot / Abbie
Portrayed by Lauren Cohan and Tiera Skovbye
"We're all going to Hell, Dean. Might as well enjoy the ride."
- Abusive Parents: Her father, specifically, but given that she killed her mother too she mustn't have been much better either.
- A Day in the Limelight: Kripke admitted "Red Sky at Morning" became "the Bela show".
- British Accents
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder
- Classy Cat-Burglar
- Consummate Liar: As Dean oh so aptly puts it, "When that bitch breathes, the air comes out crooked!" She even lies about why she really made her Deal with the Devil on her proverbial deathbed, smiling and telling Dean, "They were lovely people, and I killed them, and I got rich. And I can't be bothered to give a damn." As revealed at the end of "The Real Ghostbusters", she was also lying about exactly whom she gave the Colt to.
- Deadpan Snarker
- Deal with the Devil: Made one when she was 14 to get rid of her parents. It comes due in "Time is on My Side".
- Death by Flashback
- Debt Detester
- Dragged Off to Hell
- Entitled Bitch: Goes to the Winchesters for help when her ass gets in the line of fire. But she hates asking others for help, immediately decides that she will save herself when it looks like they won't help her, and later admits that she knows she doesn't deserve to be saved. In fact, you could say that her reluctance to ask for help is why she (and Dean) go to Hell at the end of the third season.
- Evil Brit: Or at least, Downright Nasty Brit.
- Amoral Cannot Comprehend Good: She doesn't buy that hunters are trying to save people, calls them one step away from being serial killers, and seems to think the brothers are kind of adorable for thinking otherwise. She also assumes that Sam and Dean want cash payment for saving her in "Red Sky at Morning" rather than some gratitude.
- The "cash payment" was more of a Brick Joke, as Bela had stolen Dean's winning lottery tickets two episodes before.
- Expy: Of Catwoman to Dean's Batman. No, they didn't get together.
- Faux Affably Evil
- Freudian Excuse
- Friendly Enemy: Hunters in general don't seem particularly fond of Bela, but at least they put up with her and occasionally work with her. Then she takes the Colt and the Winchesters become less interested in bantering and Foe Yay, and more interested in hunting her down, reclaiming the Colt, and killing her.
- Good Girl Gone Bad
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Had she asked for help to begin with, the guys would have helped her.
- Laser-Guided Karma
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Even Bobby thinks that "Bela Talbot" is her real name!
- Rape as Backstory: Implied in a flashback.
- Rich Bitch
- Self-Made Orphan: In a roundabout fashion. She actually got a demon to kill her parents.
- Smug Snake
- Stepford Smiler
- Taking You with Me: She hopes to pull this off on Lilith when she uses her last words to rat her out to Dean. You can't yank a girl's chain about getting set free from her deal like that, Lilith.
- Used to Be a Sweet Kid: It's understandable if you dislike the adult Bela, but surely Broken Bird teenage Bela/Abbie deserves sympathy?
- Villainous Breakdown: Bursts into tears as the hellhounds come for her.
- Wig, Dress, Accent
- Wild Card
"You've seen so much. I just—I just wanted to see you smile."
Karen Singer was Bobby's wife. She became possessed by a demon and attacked him, forcing him to stab her to death to fend her off. Rufus exorcised her and helped Bobby dispose of her body, then trained him as a hunter. Portrayed by Elizabeth Marleau and Carrie Ann Fleming, Karen first appears in "Dream a Little Dream of Me"
- Back from the Dead
- Came Back Wrong: Death resurrects her as a zombie in "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" to punish Bobby for helping Sam resist Lucifer. Although she tries to fight it, Karen starts to turn into a mindless, flesh-hungry monster and begs Bobby to kill her before she hurts him. He tearfully obliges.
- Demonic Possession
- I Cannot Self-Terminate
- Killed Off for Real
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: Exploits it in Season 5 to keep Bobby from knowing that she remembers being possessed and getting killed by him.
Karen: I remember everything, you know. When I died. That demon taking over my body, and the things it made me do. And Bobby having no choice but to—Well, you know what he did. But I can see it in his eyes when he looks at me. The guilt. It weighs on him.
Dean: So why don't you just tell him you remember?
Karen: I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say you've never been in love. He's my husband. My job is to bring him peace, not pain.
- The Lost Lenore: The love of Bobby's life.
- My Greatest Failure: Karen wanted to have kids. Bobby knew that but didn't tell her he didn't until after they were already married. When she found out, she screamed at him about it before collapsing into tears and saying she hated him. She got possessed three days later.
Bobby: Biggest regret of my life, this fight. You'd think it was when I had to stab her to death, but... no. All through that... I was thinking we never got to get past this. If I'd have known, I'd have said anything she wanted to hear.
- The Other Darrin: Carrie Ann Fleming replaced Elizabeth Marleau in Karen's second episode because the latter was heavily pregnant at the time of the episode and the idea of a pregnant zombie was a little more than the crew could handle.
- Posthumous Character
- Staking the Loved One: Poor Bobby.
- Supreme Chef: Dean approves of the quality and quantity of pies she whips up.
- Tragic Monster
- Woman in White: Of course, it's Supernatural!
Portrayed by Traci Dinwiddie
- Blind Seer: She becomes blind after seeing Castiel's true form.
- Deadpan Snarker
- Disabled Snarker
- Dying Curse: Before she dies, she tells Sam and Dean to tell Bobby to go to Hell for introducing them to her in the first place, which cost her her eyes and her life. She later appears to have changed her mind because, in Heaven, she is happy and at peace.
- Eye Scream: Ouch.
- Fearless Fool: "Sorry Castiel, I don't scare easy." Too bad.
- Good Bad Girl: She hits on Dean and Sam on a regular basis, invites them to a threesome with her, and gropes both of them. Needless to say, she's popular with the fangirls.
- Prophet Eyes: Her fake eyes, which make her look "extra psychic."
- Psychic Powers
- Sunglasses at Night: After going blind. Doesn't use them in Heaven, of course.
"I mean, angel inside of you, it's kinda like being chained to a comet."
Jimmy is a devout Christian who sold ad time for an AM radio show. He is married to Amelia, and has a daughter named Claire. The ability to serve as an angelic vessel runs in his blood line. When he tells his wife about being contacted by the angel Castiel
, she begs Jimmy to get psychiatric help, but Jimmy agrees to be Castiel's vessel if Castiel keeps Jimmy's family safe. Later when Jimmy regains control of his body after Castiel is recalled to heaven, Jimmy no longer wants to be Castiel's vessel and attempts to go back to his family. However, he agrees to return to being Castiel's vessel to spare his daughter the fate of an angelic vessel. Jimmy's fate is unclear after Castiel's death in "Lucifer Rising" (S04, Ep22),
but at least some of his traits remain in the vessel, such as Castiel's craving for hamburger in "My Bloody Valentine" (S05, Ep14)
. Portrayed by Misha Collins
. He first appears in "The Rapture" (S04, Ep20)
Portrayed by Emily Perkins
"There were tiny beating hearts in my cupcakes. There were hearts in my cupcakes, hearts in my cupcakes! That's never happened before! Hearts in my cupcakes!"
Personal assistant to Don Stark, who is a property developer and a witch
. Sam and Dean save her by shooting and destroying a hexed coin in her kitchen after she bites into a cupcake with a beating heart inside and starts choking on blood. Portrayed by Cindy Busby. First appears in "Shut Up, Dr Phil" (S07, Ep05)
Charlie Bradbury/Kira Heinlein
"If you can't score at a reproductive rights function, then you simply cannot score."
First appears in "The Girl With The Dungeons And Dragons Tattoo"
- A Day in the Limelight: Her previous two episodes were minor supporting roles, but in "Pac Man Fever" we learn a whole about Charlie herself.
- Ascended Fangirl: Averted. Despite having a clear admiration for Action Girls as well as a love for all things Fantasy and Sci-Fi, Charlie is extremely reluctant to put herself in danger and only does what she knows she is capable of doing (hacking and corporate espionage).
- Always Wanted To Say That: "I'm in."
- Author Avatar: For writer Robbie Thompson.
- Back from the Dead: You're not a true hunter until you become an example of this trope.
- Big Brother Instinct: Both Sam and Dean become quite protective of Charlie, even though they know her for all of a day or two. Dean even lampshades this:
Dean: She's kinda like the little sister I never wanted.
- Birds of a Feather: With Sam. Both Adorkable? Check. Both nerds? Check. Both bookworms? Check. Both love Harry Potter? Check.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer:
Roman: Tell me, how does a high-school dropout become one of the brightest minds at Roman Inc?
Charlie: Um, honestly? Historically, I've had this problem with authority, no offense, so I realized the only way I could get away with being me was to be as...indispensable...as possible.
- The Bus Came Back: Returns in "LARP And The Real Girl".
- Chick Magnet
- Cute Bookworm
- Dangerously Genre Savvy: Charlie learns about Leviathans, and reasonably assumes the person she got the info from is nuts. Then she accidentally learns they're real, and promptly tries to pack up and vanish. When the Winchesters show up, she reasonably assumes they're Leviathans, until they prove otherwise. For the duration of the episode, she tries to stick to her skill set instead of getting in fights. After the day is saved, she promptly gets on a bus and vanishes.
- When she shows up again at the Men of Letters bunker in Season 8, her tablet is loaded with as much monster data as she could find from researching the Winchesters… including Carver Edlund's novels.
- Embarrassing Tattoo: Charlie has one of Princess Leia in her slave bikini riding a twenty-sided die. In her defense, she was drunk and at Comicon.
- Establishing Character Moment: Charlie comes into work listening to "Walking on Sunshine." When finally out of sight in an elevator, she rocks out happily to the music but composes herself the moment the elevator doors open again.
- Expy: Intelligent, quirky, red-headed, lesbian geek? Are we talking about Charlie or Willow?
- Hidden Depths: Pac-Man Fever reveals that she can handle a gun and hit a target straight in the head without blinking. No explanation where that particular skill came from.
- She has a habit of rerouting corporate funds toward various causes she cares about… including paying the hospital bills for her mother, who's been comatose since she was 12.
- It's All My Fault: Blamed herself over her father's death and her mother being comatose after going to sleepover and being frighten by it. Dean coats her out of that.
- Interspecies Romance: Falls in love at first sight with a fairy named Gilda.
- Lipstick Lesbian
- Meaningful Name: Charlie Bradbury. Justified as Charlie hinted that she made it up to give herself a new identity.
- Meganekko: Charlie wears glasses.
- Nerds Are Sexy: Well, it's Felicia Day!
- Not My Type: Dean suggests Charlie flirt her way past a security guard.
Charlie: "I can't. He's not my type."
Dean: "You're gonna have to play through that."
"As in, he's not a girl
- Playful Hacker: Some people surf the net when no-one's looking at work. Charlie diverts funds from the Republican party to Animal Lovers.
- Put on a Bus: Pretty much every episode with her ends with her going off someplace to not be seen for the rest of the season. Though in season 9 she actually goes off to Oz, yes, that Oz so it's possible this one may stick for a while longer than the others.
- Refusal of the Call: Played straight, then averted.
- Charlie was very reluctant to put herself in danger and after her part is done, puts herself on a bus and tells Sam and Dean never to contact her again.That didn't last long after they find out she had been LAR Ping as a Queen where murders start to happen.
- By the time she came back in "Pac Man Fever", she had fully went into the monsters lore and read the "Supernatural" books. She even called herself a Hunter In Training.
- Show Some Leg: As noted above, Dean tells her to flirt past a security guard. To his credit, Dean takes the time to check and see if the guard has ever shown interest in her, before telling her to flirt past him.
Dean: Pretend he has boobs.
Charlie: (looks disgusted) Worse.
- Dean then resigns himself to instructing her how to flirt with a man. Hilarity Ensues.
Charlie: I feel dirty.
Dean: You and me both, sister.
- She does the same in "Pac Man Fever" while trying out sexy clothing to pose as an FBI agent.
- Tomboyish Name: Charlie. It's not her real name, though. We don't learn her first name, but we learn her surname is Middleton in "Pac Man Fever".
- Ultimate Job Security: Discussed and invoked. Charlie figured the best way to get away with her illegal activities was to make herself as indispensable as possible.
- What Would X Do?: Sam motivates Charlie to go through her dangerous mission by asking her what Hermione would do.
Portrayed by Lissa Neptuno
"Prophet of the Lord, huh? It does have a nice ring to it. I'll get packed."
The mother of Kevin Tran
. Portrayed by Khaira Ledeyo and Lauren Tom
. First appears in "Reading Is Fundamental" (S07, Ep21)
- Action Mom
- Angst Coma: At the end of "What's Up, Tiger Mommy?", but she's back to normal by her next episode.
- That said, given that she goes from a near-catatonic state to already over the next hill in only a few minutes, it may have been part of a clever ruse to ditch Sam and Dean.
- Boyish Short Hair: She chopped off her long hair between the seventh and eighth season.
- Bus Crash: Possibly. In "Taxi Driver", Crowley tells Kevin that in-order to get a fix on his location, he had to go through another Tran to find him. It is unknown if Crowley was telling the truth or if he was lying his ass off to mentally torture Kevin.
- Damsel in Distress: Leviathans kidnapped her at the end of Season 7. They let her go after Kevin translated the Word of God for them.
- Deal with the Devil: She ends up bidding her soul to save Kevin from getting bought by Crowley. But then the monster she sold it to got killed, so the contract looks like it's been broken.
- Demonic Possession: When she gets an anti-possession tattoo on her wrist, Crowley just burns it off and takes control of her anyway.
- Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: She punches Crowley in 8.02 What's Up Tiger Mommy for kidnapping her son.
- Hot Mom: Linda's hot enough that even Crowley tried to flirt with her.
- Idiot Ball: Juggles this in "A Little Slice of Kevin" when she enlists the help of a witch to help her create demon-killing bombs, then actually is surprised when the witch immediately sells her out to Crowley. Sam and Dean's reaction to this says it all.
- Mama Bear: If you even mock her son, she'll punch you in the friggin' face, King of Hell or not.
"Stay away from my son."
- The Other Darrin: Her actress was replaced in Season 8 because Jeremy Carver is a fan of Lauren Tom.
- Took a Level in Badass: Like Kevin, she gets much tougher after learning about the Supernatural in Season 8. She later captures a demon left to kill her and gets him to divulge where Kevin is being held.
Portrayed by Liane Balaban
Rabbi Isaac Bass
Rabbi Isaac Bass
Portrayed by Hal Linden
"You Nazi piece of rubbish! You Nazi pig!"
A Rabbi and a member of the Judah Initiative who is searching for the Ledger of the Thules to stop the Nazi Necromancers from recovering it. Appears in "Everyone Hates Hitler (S08, Ep 13)
Reverend Buddy Boyle
"Folks, like I've been telling you, we're in that most sacred of times. A legion of angels reaches out for us. Can you feel their divine presence? And if you do, there's nothing to fear. Heck no. If the angels come a-knocking, you just let 'em on in and fill yourself up with their grace. This is the Reverend Buddy Boyle in the Goin' For Glory Hour wishing you a most blessed day. Amen."
Reverend Buddy Boyle is a popular televangelist with an international following. He preaches during his show called the Goin' For Glory Hour
that his followers should say yes to the angels as he believes Bartholomew
is an emissary from God. Portrayed by Kevin Brief.
First appears in "I'm No Angel" (S9, Ep03)
- Acceptable Religious Targets: He is a televangelist with a southern accent.
- Decoy Leader: He is the public face for Bartholomew's operation.
- Glory Hound: He named his show Goin' For Glory Hour and is willing to sacrifice his followers in order to get his special reward from God.
- Good Ol' Boy: Reverend Boyle goes by Buddy and has a southern accent.
- Holy Halo: He preaches in front of a backdrop showing clouds with rays of light shooting out around his head.
- Knight Templar: He accepts that there will be causalities among his followers, but continues to further Bartholomew's scheme.
- Milking the Giant Cow: Reverend Boyle uses a lot of hand gestures during his sermon, twice throwing his hands up in the air.
- New Era Speech: His sermon is a Rousing Speech complete with emphatic hand gestures and a dramatic backdrop, which claims we are living in the "most sacred of times" and there is nothing to fear from inviting in the angels.
- Power at a Price/Utopia Justifies the Means: Reverend Buddy Boyle is willing to sacrifice his followers to obtain his reward from God and realize the plan of the angels, but does truly believe he is doing God's work.
- Scam Religion: Bartholomew perverts Reverend Buddy Boyle's television ministry to serve his own purpose.
- Sinister Minister: He is helping to recruit humans for the angels.
- Suspiciously Specific Sermon: His sermon about accepting the angels was not a coincidence as it was engineered by Bartholomew.