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* The horrific way Jack kills Nick; by first breaking all of his fingers and then boiling him from the inside. Even if Nick was an AssholeVictim who deserved it after what he's done over the course of the season, the way Jack kills him proves the suspicions the Winchesters already had about Jack having become TheSoulless.




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* Jack smiling while he does the aforementioned killing and when he turns the atheist into a pillar of salt. And not the evil kind of smiling either, but innocent smile of a child. The childlike innocence (and the genuine lack of any real malice) he shows while committing horrific acts of violence is rather unsettling to say the least.


* [[TheSoulless Soulless]] Sam in Season 6. Imagine having a brother/sister who's been dead for about a year, then suddenly comes back and their behavior is just [[NotHimself off]]. They keep pretending to be fine and assuring you nothing's wrong, but it just doesn't seem right, their behavior is cold and careless, it looks like the person you knew and were close to but it just isn't them and you FEEL it. That must be how Dean felt about his brother [[CameBackWrong coming back]] [[TheSoulless soulless]] [[BackFromTheDead from Hell]]. For some people, this might be ParanoiaFuel or generally just creepy.

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* [[TheSoulless Soulless]] Sam in Season 6. Imagine having a brother/sister who's been dead for about a year, then suddenly As soon as Sam comes back and their behavior is just back, Dean feels incredibly uneasy with his brother's [[NotHimself off]]. They keep pretending behavior]], despite his brother's best efforts to be pretend he's fine and assuring you that nothing's wrong, but it just wrong. It doesn't seem right, their take long for Dean to notice Sam's cold and careless behavior is cold and careless, it looks like the person you knew and were close to but it just isn't them and you FEEL it. That must be how become increasingly paranoid when he's with his brother. After Sam lets Dean felt about get turned into a vampire on purpose, Dean becomes terrified of his brother [[CameBackWrong coming back]] [[TheSoulless soulless]] [[BackFromTheDead from Hell]]. For some people, this might and plans to kill him (but doesn't go through with it). And even Samuel, a cold and hardened hunter, is implied and later revealed to be afraid of Sam due to his ruthless behavior, long before finding out that his grandson doesn't have a soul. Given that the arc is mostly shown through Dean's point of view, for people who empathise with him, it can serve as ParanoiaFuel or generally just creepy.be creepy in general.


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-->--'''Kansas''', "'''Wayward "'''Carry On Wayward Son'''"



* The final BigBad of ''Supernatural'' is revealed: A [[EvilIsPetty petty]] and [[TheOmnipotent supremely powerful]] [[EldritchAbomination entity]] with [[ItsPersonal a deeply personal interest]] in the Winchesters. It's Chuck Shurley AKA '''[[GodIsEvil GOD HIMSELF]]'''. A cruel subversion of OnlyTheAuthorCanSaveThemNow, as the brothers (and most likely Castiel) are literal {{Cosmic Plaything}}s.
** [[EvilAllAlong After revealing his true intentions]], Chuck proceeds to cross the MoralEventHorizon by ''[[KickTheDog killing]]'' [[OffingTheOffspring Jack, his own]] ''[[OffingTheOffspring grandson]]''. Then, after getting more pissed off by Sam shooting him, he '''ENDS THE ''FUCKING'' UNIVERSE'''. VIA '''[[ZombieApocalypse ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE]]'''!

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* The final BigBad of ''Supernatural'' is revealed: A [[EvilIsPetty petty]] and [[TheOmnipotent supremely powerful]] [[EldritchAbomination entity]] with [[ItsPersonal a deeply personal interest]] in the Winchesters. It's Chuck Shurley AKA '''[[GodIsEvil GOD HIMSELF]]'''. A cruel subversion of OnlyTheAuthorCanSaveThemNow, as the brothers (and most likely Castiel) and Castiel are literal {{Cosmic Plaything}}s.
** [[EvilAllAlong After revealing his true intentions]], Chuck Chuck/God proceeds to cross the MoralEventHorizon by ''[[KickTheDog killing]]'' [[OffingTheOffspring Jack, his own]] ''[[OffingTheOffspring grandson]]''. Then, after getting more pissed off by Sam shooting him, he '''ENDS THE ''FUCKING'' UNIVERSE'''. VIA '''[[ZombieApocalypse ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE]]'''!


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** Worse, Chuck/God behaves '''''exactly''''' like Lucifer, his once-favored son. He plays nice and paints himself as a good guy, but when people don't assent to his wishes, he ''freaks the fuck out''. His reaction to Team Free Will turning against him is quite similar to how Lucifer acted in the previous season finale, except on a much, much larger scale. LikeFatherLikeSon, indeed.


* "The end" is as terrifying it sounds. Think of the end of ''[[Film/Ghostbusters1984 Ghostbusters]]'', the end of ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'', and the middle of ''Music/{{Thriller}}'' ''all combined'' and you'd have a pretty good description of what just happened at the end of Season 14.

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* "The end" is as terrifying it sounds. Think of the end of ''[[Film/Ghostbusters1984 Ghostbusters]]'', the end of ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'', and the middle of ''Music/{{Thriller}}'' ''all combined'' and you'd have a pretty good description of what just happened at the end of Season 14.


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* The final BigBad of ''Supernatural'' is revealed: A [[EvilIsPetty petty]], [[TheOmnipotent supremely powerful]] [[EldritchAbomination entity]] with [[ItsPersonal a deeply personal interest]] in the Winchesters. It's Chuck Shurley AKA '''[[GodIsEvil GOD HIMSELF]]'''. A cruel subversion of OnlyTheAuthorCanSaveThemNow, as the brothers (and most likely Castiel) are literal {{Cosmic Plaything}}s.

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* The final BigBad of ''Supernatural'' is revealed: A [[EvilIsPetty petty]], petty]] and [[TheOmnipotent supremely powerful]] [[EldritchAbomination entity]] with [[ItsPersonal a deeply personal interest]] in the Winchesters. It's Chuck Shurley AKA '''[[GodIsEvil GOD HIMSELF]]'''. A cruel subversion of OnlyTheAuthorCanSaveThemNow, as the brothers (and most likely Castiel) are literal {{Cosmic Plaything}}s.


* The final BigBad of ''Supernatural'' is revealed. A petty, supremely powerful entity with a deeply personal interest in the Winchesters. It's Chuck AKA '''[[GodIsEvil GOD HIMSELF]]'''. A cruel subversion of OnlyTheAuthorCanSaveThemNow, as the brothers are literal {{Cosmic Plaything}}s.
** After revealing his true intentions, Chuck proceeds to cross the MoralEventHorizon by ''killing'' Jack, his own ''grandson'', then after getting more pissed off by Sam shooting him, he '''ENDS THE ''FUCKING'' UNIVERSE'''. VIA '''[[ZombieApocalypse ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE]]'''!
--->'''Chuck/God:''' Story's over. Welcome to the end.
** If you're still in denial, and if you still believe that wasn't Chuck/God doing all those horrendous things, the fact that there's a being other than him who can end the universe like that is still very bad.
* Sam SHOOTING CHUCK/'''GOD''' with the Equalizer, the gun he gave the boys to kill Jack and said would kill the user and the target; Sam was the user and Chuck/God was the target. And if what Chuck/God said was true about the universe ending if he died, it meant that Sam nearly killed himself, Chuck/God, and the whole MOTHERFUCKING ''UNIVERSE''. Thankfully, it doesn't happen; the Equalizer does nothing to Sam ([[JustAFleshWound save for a grazed shoulder]])) and [[NoSell doesn't kill Chuck/God]]. But still, ''DAMN!'' Even if they didn't die, Sam nearly ending everything ''by his own choice'' is terrifying.
* "The end" is as terrifying it sounds. Think of the end of ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'', the end of ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'', and the middle of ''Music/{{Thriller}}'' ''all combined'' and you'd have a pretty good description of what just happened at the end of this season.
** It starts off with everything turning into night, then souls from {{Hell}}, depicted as gray ghosts with [[GlowingEyesOfDoom flaming]] [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]], begin flying out the ground.
** Then, previously vanquished ghosts, such as the Woman in White, Bloody Mary, and even frickin' ''John Wayne Gacy'' from this season, return to what they do best, starting by scouting out new victims, ''including children''. What's worse is that these are the ghosts we've seen ''so far''.
** Finally, if things couldn't get worse ([[FromBadToWorse they do]]), ''[[EverythingsDeaderWithZombies zombies start erupting from the graveyard]]'' and begin heading over to Sam, Dean, and Castiel, who are only armed with a lone angel blade and two pieces of a rusty-ass metal fence. Then, before the episode ends, Team Free Will is ZergRush-ed by the hungry horde. Of this show's slew of DownerEndings, this is the most shocking one.

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* The final BigBad of ''Supernatural'' is revealed. revealed: A petty, [[EvilIsPetty petty]], [[TheOmnipotent supremely powerful entity powerful]] [[EldritchAbomination entity]] with [[ItsPersonal a deeply personal interest interest]] in the Winchesters. It's Chuck Shurley AKA '''[[GodIsEvil GOD HIMSELF]]'''. A cruel subversion of OnlyTheAuthorCanSaveThemNow, as the brothers (and most likely Castiel) are literal {{Cosmic Plaything}}s.
** [[EvilAllAlong After revealing his true intentions, intentions]], Chuck proceeds to cross the MoralEventHorizon by ''killing'' ''[[KickTheDog killing]]'' [[OffingTheOffspring Jack, his own ''grandson'', then own]] ''[[OffingTheOffspring grandson]]''. Then, after getting more pissed off by Sam shooting him, he '''ENDS THE ''FUCKING'' UNIVERSE'''. VIA '''[[ZombieApocalypse ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE]]'''!
--->'''Chuck/God:''' Story's Fine, story's over. Welcome to the end.
** If you're still in denial, and if you still believe that it wasn't Chuck/God doing all those horrendous things, the fact that there's a being other than him who can end the universe like that (Amara/The Darkness) is still very bad.
* Sam SHOOTING [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu SHOOTING]] CHUCK/'''GOD''' with the Equalizer, the gun he Chuck/God gave the boys Team Free Will to kill Jack and said would [[MutualKill kill the user and the target; target]]; Sam was the user and Chuck/God was the target. And if what Chuck/God said was true about the universe ending if he died, it meant that Sam nearly killed himself, Chuck/God, and the whole MOTHERFUCKING ''UNIVERSE''. Thankfully, it doesn't happen; the Equalizer does nothing to Sam ([[JustAFleshWound save for a grazed shoulder]])) and [[NoSell doesn't kill Chuck/God]]. But still, ''DAMN!'' Even if they didn't die, Sam nearly ending everything ''by his own choice'' is terrifying.
* "The end" is as terrifying it sounds. Think of the end of ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'', ''[[Film/Ghostbusters1984 Ghostbusters]]'', the end of ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'', and the middle of ''Music/{{Thriller}}'' ''all combined'' and you'd have a pretty good description of what just happened at the end of this season.
Season 14.
** It starts off with [[TheNightThatNeverEnds everything turning into night, night]], then souls from {{Hell}}, depicted as gray ghosts with [[GlowingEyesOfDoom flaming]] [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]], begin flying out of the ground.
** Then, previously vanquished ghosts, such as the Woman in White, Bloody Mary, and even frickin' ''John Wayne Gacy'' from this season, return to what they do best, starting by scouting out new victims, ''including children''.''[[AdultFear including children]]''. What's worse is that these are the ghosts we've seen ''so far''.
** Finally, if things couldn't get worse ([[FromBadToWorse they do]]), ''[[EverythingsDeaderWithZombies zombies start erupting from the graveyard]]'' and begin heading over to advance on Sam, Dean, and Castiel, who are only armed with a lone angel blade and two pieces of a rusty-ass metal fence. Then, before the episode ends, Team Free Will is gets ZergRush-ed by the hungry horde. Of this show's slew of DownerEndings, {{Downer Ending}}s, this is the most shocking one.one.
*** Music/{{Motorhead}}'s "God Was Never On Your Side" is used to frightening effect during the ending montage.


* The final BigBad of Supernatural is revealed. A petty, supremely powerful entity with a deeply personal interest in the brothers, it's [[spoiler:God. A cruel subversion of OnlyTheAuthorCanSaveThemNow. As the brothers are literal Cosmic playthings. ]]
** After revealing his true intentions, he proceeds to cross the MortalEventHorizon by [[spoiler: ''killing'' Jack, his own ''grandson'']], then after getting more pissed off by Sam [[spoiler: shooting him]], he [[spoiler: '''ENDS THE ''FUCKING'' UNIVERSE'''. VIA '''ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE'''!]]
--->'''[[spoiler:Chuck/God]]: [[spoiler: "Story's over. Welcome to the end"]].
** If you're still in denial, and if you still believe that wasn't [[spoiler: God doing all those horrendous acts]], the fact that there's a being other than [[spoiler: God, who can end the universe like that]] is still very bad.
* Sam [[spoiler: SHOOTING CHUCK a.k.a '''GOD''']] with the gun he gave the boys to kill Jack, [[spoiler: said gun would kill the user and the target]]; Sam was the user and [[spoiler: God]] was the target. And if what [[spoiler: God]] said was true about the universe ending if [[spoiler: he died, it meant that Sam nearly killed himself, God, and the whole MOTHERFUCKING ''UNIVERSE'']]. Thankfully, [[spoiler: it doesn't happen: the gun does nothing to Sam ([[JustAFleshWoundsave for a grazed shoulder]])) and [[NoSell doesn't kill God]]. But still, ''DAMN!'' Even if they didn't die, Sam nearly ending everything ''by his own choice'' is terrifying]].
* [[spoiler:"The end"]] is as terrifying it sounds: think of the end of ''Ghostbusters'' end of ''Raiders Of The Lost Ark'', and the middle of ''Thriller'', ''all combined'' and you'd have a pretty good description of what just happened at the end of this season.
** [[spoiler: It starts off with everything turning into night, then, souls from Hell, depicted as gray ghosts with flaming red eyes begin flying out the ground]].
** Then, previously vanquished ghosts, [[spoiler: the Woman in White, Bloody Mary, and even frickin' ''John Wayne Gacy'' from this season]], return to what they do best, starting by scouting out new victims, ''including children''; what's worse is that these are the ghosts we've seen ''so far''.
** Finally, if things couldn't get worse, [[BadToWorse they do]] when [[spoiler: [[EverythingsDeaderWithZombies ''zombies start erupting from the graveyard'']] and begin heading down to Sam, Dean and Cass' location, who are only armed with a lone angel blade and two pieces of a rusty-ass metal fence. Then, before the episode ends, the guys are ZergRush-ed by the hungry horde]]. Of this show's slew of DownerEndings, this is the most shocking one.

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* The final BigBad of Supernatural ''Supernatural'' is revealed. A petty, supremely powerful entity with a deeply personal interest in the brothers, it's [[spoiler:God. Winchesters. It's Chuck AKA '''[[GodIsEvil GOD HIMSELF]]'''. A cruel subversion of OnlyTheAuthorCanSaveThemNow. As OnlyTheAuthorCanSaveThemNow, as the brothers are literal Cosmic playthings. ]]
{{Cosmic Plaything}}s.
** After revealing his true intentions, he Chuck proceeds to cross the MortalEventHorizon MoralEventHorizon by [[spoiler: ''killing'' Jack, his own ''grandson'']], ''grandson'', then after getting more pissed off by Sam [[spoiler: shooting him]], him, he [[spoiler: '''ENDS THE ''FUCKING'' UNIVERSE'''. VIA '''ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE'''!]]
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'''[[ZombieApocalypse ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE]]'''!
--->'''Chuck/God:''' Story's
over. Welcome to the end"]].
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** If you're still in denial, and if you still believe that wasn't [[spoiler: God Chuck/God doing all those horrendous acts]], things, the fact that there's a being other than [[spoiler: God, him who can end the universe like that]] that is still very bad.
* Sam [[spoiler: SHOOTING CHUCK a.k.a '''GOD''']] CHUCK/'''GOD''' with the Equalizer, the gun he gave the boys to kill Jack, [[spoiler: Jack and said gun would kill the user and the target]]; target; Sam was the user and [[spoiler: God]] Chuck/God was the target. And if what [[spoiler: God]] Chuck/God said was true about the universe ending if [[spoiler: he died, it meant that Sam nearly killed himself, God, Chuck/God, and the whole MOTHERFUCKING ''UNIVERSE'']]. ''UNIVERSE''. Thankfully, [[spoiler: it doesn't happen: happen; the gun Equalizer does nothing to Sam ([[JustAFleshWoundsave ([[JustAFleshWound save for a grazed shoulder]])) and [[NoSell doesn't kill God]]. Chuck/God]]. But still, ''DAMN!'' Even if they didn't die, Sam nearly ending everything ''by his own choice'' is terrifying]].
terrifying.
* [[spoiler:"The end"]] "The end" is as terrifying it sounds: think sounds. Think of the end of ''Ghostbusters'' ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'', the end of ''Raiders Of The Lost Ark'', ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'', and the middle of ''Thriller'', ''Music/{{Thriller}}'' ''all combined'' and you'd have a pretty good description of what just happened at the end of this season.
** [[spoiler: It starts off with everything turning into night, then, then souls from Hell, {{Hell}}, depicted as gray ghosts with flaming [[GlowingEyesOfDoom flaming]] [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes eyes]], begin flying out the ground]].
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** Then, previously vanquished ghosts, [[spoiler: such as the Woman in White, Bloody Mary, and even frickin' ''John Wayne Gacy'' from this season]], season, return to what they do best, starting by scouting out new victims, ''including children''; what's children''. What's worse is that these are the ghosts we've seen ''so far''.
** Finally, if things couldn't get worse, [[BadToWorse worse ([[FromBadToWorse they do]] when [[spoiler: [[EverythingsDeaderWithZombies ''zombies do]]), ''[[EverythingsDeaderWithZombies zombies start erupting from the graveyard'']] graveyard]]'' and begin heading down over to Sam, Dean Dean, and Cass' location, Castiel, who are only armed with a lone angel blade and two pieces of a rusty-ass metal fence. Then, before the episode ends, the guys are Team Free Will is ZergRush-ed by the hungry horde]]. horde. Of this show's slew of DownerEndings, this is the most shocking one.
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* In general, [[TheSoulless Soulless]] Sam in Season 6. Imagine having a brother/sister who's been dead for about a year, then suddenly comes back and their behavior is just [[NotHimself off]]. They keep pretending to be fine and assuring you nothing's wrong, but it just doesn't seem right, their behavior is cold and careless, it looks like the person you knew and were close to but it just isn't them and you FEEL it. That must be how Dean felt about his brother [[CameBackWrong coming back]] [[TheSoulless soulless]] [[BackFromTheDead from Hell]]. For some people, this might be ParanoiaFuel or generally just creepy.

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* In general, [[TheSoulless Soulless]] Sam in Season 6. Imagine having a brother/sister who's been dead for about a year, then suddenly comes back and their behavior is just [[NotHimself off]]. They keep pretending to be fine and assuring you nothing's wrong, but it just doesn't seem right, their behavior is cold and careless, it looks like the person you knew and were close to but it just isn't them and you FEEL it. That must be how Dean felt about his brother [[CameBackWrong coming back]] [[TheSoulless soulless]] [[BackFromTheDead from Hell]]. For some people, this might be ParanoiaFuel or generally just creepy.



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** After revealing his true intentions, he proceeds to cross the MortalEventHorizon by [[spoiler: ''killing'' Jack, his own ''grandson'']], then after getting more pissed off by Sam [[spoiler: shooting him]], he [[spoiler: '''ENDS THE ''FUCKING'' UNIVERSE'''. VIA '''ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE'''!]]
--->'''[[spoiler:Chuck/God]]: [[spoiler: "Story's over. Welcome to the end"]].
** If you're still in denial, and if you still believe that wasn't [[spoiler: God doing all those horrendous acts]], the fact that there's a being other than [[spoiler: God, who can end the universe like that]] is still very bad.
* Sam [[spoiler: SHOOTING CHUCK a.k.a '''GOD''']] with the gun he gave the boys to kill Jack, [[spoiler: said gun would kill the user and the target]]; Sam was the user and [[spoiler: God]] was the target. And if what [[spoiler: God]] said was true about the universe ending if [[spoiler: he died, it meant that Sam nearly killed himself, God, and the whole MOTHERFUCKING ''UNIVERSE'']]. Thankfully, [[spoiler: it doesn't happen: the gun does nothing to Sam ([[JustAFleshWoundsave for a grazed shoulder]])) and [[NoSell doesn't kill God]]. But still, ''DAMN!'' Even if they didn't die, Sam nearly ending everything ''by his own choice'' is terrifying]].
* [[spoiler:"The end"]] is as terrifying it sounds: think of the end of ''Ghostbusters'' end of ''Raiders Of The Lost Ark'', and the middle of ''Thriller'', ''all combined'' and you'd have a pretty good description of what just happened at the end of this season.
** [[spoiler: It starts off with everything turning into night, then, souls from Hell, depicted as gray ghosts with flaming red eyes begin flying out the ground]].
** Then, previously vanquished ghosts, [[spoiler: the Woman in White, Bloody Mary, and even frickin' ''John Wayne Gacy'' from this season]], return to what they do best, starting by scouting out new victims, ''including children''; what's worse is that these are the ghosts we've seen ''so far''.
** Finally, if things couldn't get worse, [[BadToWorse they do]] when [[spoiler: [[EverythingsDeaderWithZombies ''zombies start erupting from the graveyard'']] and begin heading down to Sam, Dean and Cass' location, who are only armed with a lone angel blade and two pieces of a rusty-ass metal fence. Then, before the episode ends, the guys are ZergRush-ed by the hungry horde]]. Of this show's slew of DownerEndings, this is the most shocking one.



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* The final BigBad of Supernatural is revealed. A petty, supremely powerful entity with a deeply personal interest in the brothers, it's [[spoiler:God.]]

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* The final BigBad of Supernatural is revealed. A petty, supremely powerful entity with a deeply personal interest in the brothers, it's [[spoiler:God.]]


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* Jack causing worms to eat a preacher's face and body ''from the inside out''. Yeech.

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* Nick works a ritual to summon Lucifer from The Empty, and Lucifer manifests as a {{winged humanoid}} [[HumanoidAbomination comprised of swirling black matter encasing white light]], all the while showing [[RedEyesTakeWarning glowing red eyes]].
































* The Literature/PetSematary vibe that Angela gives off makes her creepy, but her sudden switches from serene calm to murderous rage are terrifying, especially when she goes after a victim.

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* The Literature/PetSematary ''Literature/PetSematary'' vibe that Angela gives off makes her creepy, but her sudden switches from serene calm to murderous rage are terrifying, especially when she goes after a victim.



* Dean being [[MindRape roofied]] into putting the gun to his head. Finding out about his suicide / death-seeking nature just makes it a [[TearJerker hundred times worse.]]

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* Dean being [[MindRape roofied]] into putting the gun to his head. Finding out about his suicide / death-seeking suicide/death-seeking nature just makes it a [[TearJerker hundred times worse.]]
worse]].



* The ghost with the slit throat trying to ''talk.''

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* The ghost with the slit throat trying to ''talk.''
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* Knowing what one goes through near the end of their time as seen in this episode (and later personally by Dean in "No Rest for the Wicked"). If it wasn't bad enough that you'll always be seeing the faces of everyone you see suddenly take on the appearance of rotting corpses as a reminder that your time is almost up, you also have to eventually face those damn hell hounds…

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* Knowing what one goes through near the end of their time as seen in this episode (and later personally by Dean in "No Rest for the Wicked"). If it wasn't bad enough that you'll always be seeing the faces of everyone you see suddenly take on the appearance of rotting corpses as a reminder that your time is almost up, you also have to eventually face those damn hell hounds…
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* Worser and worser, Dean being torn apart by hell hounds. Lilith's child-like laughter, mixed with Dean's pain-wracked screams, throughout that entire scene makes it even more horrific.

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* The sex scene with the siren. It's a beautiful naked woman until you see its reflection as a lumpy, [[BaldOfEvil hairless]], gray-skinned ''thing'' with a snake-like nose and a rotted mouth. Imagine having sex with ''that''. Imagine being put under its spell and tricked into murdering your loved ones, before it leaves you behind to spend the rest of your life in prison with [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone the realization of what you've done]].

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* The sex scene with the siren. It's a beautiful naked woman until you see its reflection as a lumpy, [[BaldOfEvil hairless]], gray-skinned ''thing'' with a snake-like nose and a rotted mouth. Imagine having sex with ''that''. Imagine ''that''.
** Hell, imagine
being put under its spell and tricked into murdering your loved ones, before it leaves you behind to spend the rest of your life in prison with [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone the realization of what you've done]].












* Castiel. While not outright terrifying, the BrokenAngel-ness starts bad (normally straitlaced Cas organising hippie love-fests?) and just gets worse (normally straitlaced Cas turned organiser of hippie love-fests... Who is entirely unruffled, telling past-Dean about how he's effectively human and takes amphetamines as "a perfect complement to that absinthe," while on the way to what he knows is his death?) Unsettling, even by ''Supernatural'''s standards:

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* Castiel. While not outright terrifying, the BrokenAngel-ness starts bad (normally straitlaced Cas organising organizing hippie love-fests?) and just gets worse (normally straitlaced Cas turned organiser of hippie love-fests... Who is entirely unruffled, telling past-Dean about how he's effectively human and takes amphetamines as "a perfect complement to that absinthe," while on the way to what he knows is his death?) Unsettling, even by ''Supernatural'''s standards:












* Sam acts a [[NotHimself little bit]] [[CameBackWrong off]] during most of the episode. Also, Dean's nightmare about Azazel coming back for Lisa and Ben.

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* Sam acts a [[NotHimself little bit]] [[CameBackWrong off]] during most of the episode. Also, episode.
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Dean's nightmare about Azazel coming back for Lisa and Ben.



* Sam's increasingly cold behavior. In one occasion, when interrogating the sister of one of the victims, Sam shows a total lack of empathy and appears to get a kick out of it when the sister breaks down in tears and confesses to lying. The deaths also count (the first one being a girl asking for the truth, but [[GoneHorriblyRight it Went Horribly Right]] and she killed herself and the second one being a DirtyOldMan drilled to death by the truth-cursed dentist in a fit of rage after confessing to having sex with said dentist's daughter Melissa while she was at his house for his own daughter's sleepover, knowing he wouldn't get caught, and he didn't. Said dentist later committed suicide himself.)

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* Sam's increasingly cold behavior. In one occasion, when interrogating the sister of one of the victims, Sam shows a total lack {{lack of empathy empathy}} and appears to get a kick out of it when the sister breaks down in tears and confesses to lying. The deaths also count (the first one being a girl asking for the truth, but [[GoneHorriblyRight it Went Horribly Right]] and she killed herself and the second one being a DirtyOldMan drilled to death by the truth-cursed dentist in a fit of rage after confessing to having sex with said dentist's daughter Melissa while she was at his house for his own daughter's sleepover, knowing he wouldn't get caught, and he didn't. Said dentist later committed suicide himself.)






* Bibbing. A Leviathan that has pissed off their boss enough gets a bib put on them and is then forced to eat himself. It has got to be one of, if not the, worst ways to die the series has depicted, even if it can only happen to the bad guys. FromBadToWorse: Leviathans are nigh invulnerable and ''regenerate'' when injured. Now think about that. You'd be trying to eat yourself faster than you can ''heal'' and, if you were too slow, would have to do it ''again.''

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* Bibbing. A Leviathan that has pissed off their boss enough gets a bib put on them and is then forced to eat himself. It has got to be one of, if not the, worst ways to die the series has depicted, even if it can only happen to the bad guys. FromBadToWorse: Leviathans are nigh invulnerable and ''regenerate'' when injured. Now think about that. You'd be trying to eat yourself faster than you can ''heal'' and, if you were too slow, would have to do it ''again.''
''again''.









* Hael goes from being a cute, quirky angel who built the Grand Canyon herself to a fucking ''monster.'' Seeing her seething, covered in blood and glass, ranting about how she'll "make Lucifer's fate look like child's play" is horrifying.

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* Hael goes from being a cute, quirky angel who built the Grand Canyon herself to a fucking ''monster.'' ''monster''. Seeing her seething, covered in blood and glass, ranting about how she'll "make Lucifer's fate look like child's play" is horrifying.















* TheReveal that happens during this episode. The Darkness is God's sister.

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* TheReveal that happens during this episode. episode: The Darkness is God's sister.












[[AC:13x4 - The Big Empty]]
* Castiel being confronted by the Shadow (as it's identified in the following season's "Byzantium"), the "[[ComicBook/SpiderMan friendly neighborhood]] [[EldritchAbomination cosmic entity]]" that rules [[TheNothingAfterDeath the Empty]] that [[AFormYouAreComfortableWith takes on Cass's form in order to talk to him]] because [[YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm seeing his true form]] will [[GoMadFromTheRevelation make Cass "claw his eyes out."]] It's not long before Cass becomes [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness deeply unnerved]] by this thing that looks like him, demanding with barely-contained fear that it get away from him. Instead, the Shadow decides to {{mind rape}} Cass, sending him to his knees. Creator/MishaCollins' screams of pain as he's telepathically violated will stick in your mind.






* The titular Bad Place: it's an alternate dimension populated by monsters, similar to Purgatory...except it's '''worse'''. The final scene of the episode has Sam and Dean standing in a giant, dinosaur-like footprint, and as they head out into the jungle, we hear a loud roar...and even louder footsteps.

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* The titular Bad Place: it's Place. It's an alternate dimension populated by monsters, similar to Purgatory...except it's '''worse'''. The final scene of the episode has Sam and Dean standing in a giant, dinosaur-like footprint, and as they head out into the jungle, we hear a loud roar...and even louder footsteps.



* The kaiju that finally makes it appearance just as Dean and Sam are escaping.

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* The kaiju {{kaiju}} that finally makes it appearance just as Dean and Sam are escaping.



* If anyone thought the Leviathans were the only {{Eldritch Abomination}}s in the ''Supernatural'' universe, then this episode proves them wrong, as Sandy, the woman the Winchesters were trying to help, turns out to be [[DemonicPossession possessed]] by Yokoth, self-proclaimed "Star of Madness," "Ravager of Galaxies," and "Mother of Faceless Hordes." Worse, she wants to summon her mate, Glythur, to the main universe and have him possess [[BadassInDistress Dean]].

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* If anyone thought the Leviathans and the Shadow were the only {{Eldritch Abomination}}s in the ''Supernatural'' universe, then this episode proves them wrong, as Sandy, the woman the Winchesters were are trying to help, turns out to be [[DemonicPossession possessed]] by Yokoth, self-proclaimed "Star of Madness," "Ravager of Galaxies," and "Mother of Faceless Hordes." Worse, she wants to summon her mate, Glythur, to the main universe and have him possess [[BadassInDistress Dean]].
Dean]].



* Lucifer's VillainousBreakdown after Jack [[YouAreNotMyFather declares he is not his father]] on learning that Lucifer cut a deal with Michael to return to the main universe and leave with Jack while Michael gets to raze Earth is '''terrifying'''. It's actually very similar to how Ego treats Star-Lord in ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2''. He screams in his son's face, pretty much [[IHaveNoSon disowns the boy]] himself, then uses his blade to cut Jack's neck and siphon his power.

* In order to defeat Lucifer, Dean says "yes" to Michael on the condition that it's a one-time deal and that he remains in control of his body. Following a HopeSpot after Lucifer bites it, Michael clearly [[FightingFromTheInside starts to fight from the inside]], with Dean groaning "We had a deal!" Finally, Michael takes him over completely, says "Thanks for the suit," and disappears.

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* Lucifer's VillainousBreakdown after Jack [[YouAreNotMyFather declares he is not his father]] on learning that Lucifer cut a deal with Michael to return to the main universe and leave with Jack while Michael gets to raze Earth is '''terrifying'''. It's actually very similar to how Ego treats Star-Lord in ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2''. He screams in his son's face, face (causing Dean, Sam, and Castiel to cover their ears in pain while he's at it), pretty much [[IHaveNoSon disowns the boy]] himself, then uses his blade to cut Jack's neck and siphon his power.

power.
* In order to defeat Lucifer, Dean says "yes" to Michael on the condition that it's a one-time deal and that he remains in control of his body. Following a HopeSpot after Lucifer bites it, Michael clearly [[FightingFromTheInside starts to fight from the inside]], with Dean groaning "We had a deal!" Finally, Michael takes him over completely, smiles, says "Thanks for the suit," and disappears.
disappears.



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* All of Dean's deaths. Its played for laughs, but the ways Sam trys to save him, only to have it blow up in his face, and kill Dean in some other way. For months on end.

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* All of Dean's deaths. Its It's played for laughs, but the ways Sam trys tries to save him, only to have it blow up in his face, and kill Dean in some other way. For months on end.

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