Warning: You are not logged in. Your IP address will be publicly visible if you make any edits. If you log in or create an account, your edits will be attributed to your username, along with other benefits. Anti-spam check. Do not fill this in!===[[Season 5]]=== [[File:Spn501-0500.jpg|thumb|left|Meg returns in a new host.]] In ''[[Sympathy for the Devil]]'', When Dean works out the meaning of [[God|Chuck]]'s message about the location of the Michael Sword, Bobby attacks him, revealing that he is possessed by [[Bobby Singer demon|a demon]]. At that point Meg arrives, she jogs Dean's memory to remind him of her in a new vessel while informing Dean that the demons want him dead so he can't stop [[Lucifer]]. She kisses Dean and orders the possessed Bobby to kill Dean with the [[Demon-Killing Knife]], but just as he is about to strike, Bobby manages to battle the demon and stab himself in the leg instead. Sam returns and helps dispatch the other two demons, but Meg escapes by "smoking out" of [[Meg's vessel|her vessel]]. [[File:Spn510-0505.jpg|thumb]] In ''[[Abandon All Hope]]'', Meg apparently found her host's body and joined Lucifer after her encounter with the Winchesters. She is present with Lucifer in the city of Carthage, Missouri when Lucifer performs the ritual to release [[Death]]. Meg confronts Sam, Dean, [[Ellen Harvelle|Ellen]], and [[Jo Harvelle|Jo]] in the streets of Carthage, flanked by [[Meg's Hellhound Pack|a pack]] of [[hellhounds]]. Dean shoots at one of the invisible hounds and it attacks, chasing after him. Jo attempts to protect him and is grievously wounded. They retreat to a hardware store to regroup, Jo eventually dying from the wounds and Ellen sacrifices herself to kill the Hellhounds after them. [[File:Spn510-0702.jpg|thumb|left|Meg with Lucifer.]] Meg returns to Lucifer's side to ask for further instructions. He tells her to leave the brothers be, and leaves her to watch over [[Castiel]], whom Lucifer has trapped within a ring of burning [[Holy Oil]]. Meg gleefully revels in the fact she and her kind are "winning" and taunts the angel about it. Castiel counters with what the demon [[Crowley]]'s told the Winchesters: that Lucifer cares little for demons and sees them as a means to an end that will be destroyed as soon as humans are eradicated. [[File:Spn510-1137.jpg|thumb|Castiel throws Meg into Holy Fire to escape.]] Meg does not believe him and comes forward to argue. Castiel telekinetically releases a large pipe from the ceiling above her and it swings forward, knocking Meg through the fire and into his arms. Castiel immediately tries to smite her with his touch, but his power fails him now that he is cut off from [[Heaven]]. Meg mocks Castiel, asking what he plans to do now that he is powerless. Castiel looks at her lips as though he might kiss her, but then throws her onto the fire, and as she screams in agony, he walks over her body to escape from captivity. In ''[[The Devil You Know]]'', when talking to Bobby about his possession Sam states how he was able to resist Meg's orders and wanted to know how to do it, considering saying yes so he could throw himself into Hell. Bobby however states that it is impossible and that "it's called possession for a reason" and inadvertently mentions Meg's possession of Sam saying "you of all people should know that that means". Summary: Please note that all contributions to the Supernatural Wiki are considered to be released under the CC-BY-SA Cancel Editing help (opens in new window) Retrieved from "https://supernatural.fandom.com/wiki/Meg_Masters_(Demon)"