|There was something about being there... It felt pure.|
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DO NOT CHANGE!
- Jared Padalecki as Sam Winchester
- Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester
- Misha Collins as Castiel
- Alexander Calvert as Belphegor
- Rob Benedict as God
- Emily Swallow as The Darkness
- Ruth Connell as Rowena MacLeod
- David Haydn-Jones as Arthur Ketch
- Osric Chau as Kevin Tran
- Lane Davies as Francis Tumblety
- Melanie Merkosky as Carla
- Catherine Lough Haggquist as Jules
- Justine Warrington as Society Woman
- Vladimir Ruzich as Hitman
- Veenu Sandhu as Sheri
- Jenny Mitchell as Nan
- Andrew Baker as Rob
- Isabella Barr as Carla's Daughter
- Paolo Maiolo as Hunter
Featured Supernatural BeingsEdit
- Demons (Belphegor; Ardat, mentioned only)
- Ghosts (Francis Tumblety, Kevin Tran, Lizzie Borden, various others)
- Nephilim (Jack Kline, mentioned and corpse only)
- Primordial Entities (God, The Darkness)
- Seraph (Castiel)
- Witch (Rowena MacLeod)
- Prophet (Kevin Tran)
- This episode takes place shortly after the events of Back and to the Future.
- God previously appeared in Moriah.
- Jules previously appeared in Jack in the Box.
- Rowena MacLeod previously appeared in Absence.
- Arthur Ketch previously appeared in The Spear.
- The Darkness previously appeared in Alpha and Omega.
- Kevin Tran previously appeared in All in the Family.
- Jack Kline was mentioned. He previously appeared in Moriah.
- Mary Winchester was mentioned. She previously appeared in Absence.
- John Winchester was mentioned. He previously appeared in Lebanon.
- Bobby Singer was mentioned. He previously appeared in Safe House.
- The Mark of Cain was previously featured in We Happy Few.
- A soul bomb was previously featured in Alpha and Omega.
- The episode was watched by 1.16 million viewers and got a 0.3 rating.
- This episode is written as the second part of the three-part season premiere.
- Kevin Tran revealed that God sent him to Hell and not in Heaven.
- Belphegor revealed that souls that were cast into Hell are not allowed to enter Heaven. He also explained that the reasons why John Winchester and Bobby Singer made it in is because God had taken a liking with Sam and Dean.
- God is not at his full strength because of the gunshot wound that he got from The Equalizer.
- This implies that he is, in fact, not immune to the Equalizer as he claimed.
- Amara revealed that God cannot escape The Universe without her help. Then, she decided to leave him and Reno as she has grown tired of him.
- It is revealed in this episode that the wounds from The Equalizer gives the two parties direct connection to each other. This is shown when God touched his wound and Sam Winchester also felt the pain despite not touching it himself.
- Arthur Ketch revealed that he was once tasked by a demon named Ardat to assassinate Belphegor.
- One of the ghosts is Francis Tumblety, aka Jack the Ripper. His conversation with Rowena suggests that the two had a past relationship that she broke off.
- Francis Tumblety was a real man and was one of the Jack the Ripper suspects.
- The ghosts from Hell are revealed to be able to maintain a continuous manifestation, unlike ordinary ghosts.
- Arthur Ketch mentioned that Dean Winchester already "killed him once". However, it was Mary Winchester that killed him by shooting him in the head in Who We Are. Though, Dean was present at the time of his death after fighting with Ketch.
Behind the ScenesEdit
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