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Last Call is the 7th episode of Season 15. It aired on December 5, 2019.
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This episode summary is an official CW press release. It may contain errors.
DO NOT CHANGE!
- Georgia Bradner as Sally Anderson
- Madelyn Grace as Angela Sullivan
- Cameron Beck as Drummer
- Perry Battista as Bass
- David Weber as Keyboards
- Tracy B. Dunlop as Lead Guitar #1
- Chris Glyn-Jones as Lead Guitar #2
Featured Supernatural BeingsEdit
- Angels (mentioned only)
- Buruburu (Luther Garland, referenced only)
- Marid (Lee's Marid)
- Nephilim (Jack Kline, mentioned only)
- Primordial Entities (God and The Darkness, flashbacks only)
- Seraph (Castiel)
- Shaman (Sergei)
- Werewolves (referenced only)
- White-eyed Demons (Lilith, mentioned only)
- Sergei previously appeared in Unhuman Nature.
- Lilith was mentioned. She previously appeared in Proverbs 17:3.
- God was mentioned. He previously appeared in Atomic Monsters.
- Jack Kline was mentioned. He previously appeared in Moriah.
- Billie was mentioned. She previously appeared in Moriah.
- Alternate Bobby Singer was mentioned. He previously appeared in Jack in the Box.
- John Winchester was mentioned. He previously appeared in Lebanon.
- Luther Garland was referenced. He previously appeared in Yellow Fever.
- Werewolves were mentioned. They previously appeared in Proverbs 17:3.
- This is the first episode that is written entirely by Jeremy Adams. He previously co-wrote Scoobynatural with Jim Krieg.
- Eileen Leahy currently resides in the Men of Letters bunker with Sam Winchester and Dean Winchester.
- Castiel and Eileen Leahy meet for the first time in the series.
- Castiel says angel radio has been silent for months.
- Dean Winchester and Lee Webb saw each other last when Sam Winchester was in college.
- Sergei mentions that Castiel's "new" attitude is "very Russia" which is a reference to the fact that Misha Collins is part Russian.
- Castiel states that when Sam Winchester fired The Equalizer into God, he fired a piece of his soul.
- Dean mentions his experience with Ghost Sickness in Yellow Fever to Lee Webb.
- Lee Webb quips to Dean that "you can't just lip-synch Eye of the Tiger when no one's watching." This is a reference to Jensen Ackles lip-synching Eye of the Tiger in an outtake for Yellow Fever.
- Dean comments that he's never got a standing ovation for his singing before. In Black, Dean got jeers and food thrown at him for his karaoke while he was a demon.
Behind the ScenesEdit
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