- 1 Dean and the Impala
- 2 Samulet?
- 3 Quotes
- 4 Significant episodes
- 5 Deaths
- 6 Knights are NOT a species
- 7 Top Image
- 8 unblock
- 9 Dean's fears
- 10 References
- 11 Weaknesses
- 12 Demon Body
- 13 Knight of Hell/Cain
- 14 When can we edit?
- 15 Trivia error
- 16 Defense against Dean
- 17 Demonic abilities
- 18 Burning Bones?
- 19 Comparing him to cain
- 20 Effects of purgatory
- 21 Dean's Scream
- 22 Death, Amara, and God
- 23 Future Counterpart
- 24 Michael's Vessel Status
- 25 Quotation
- 26 Dean and American Pie? I could see it!
- 27 Spelling errors
Dean and the Impala[edit source]
I think the information about the impala on Dean's page should be moved to the Impala page. Just need to know if anyone has a problem with it before I do it. I get that Impala is first and foremost Dean's, but the Impala page can be given a section for Dean and the Impala. Thanks. Mr.Comatose 03:13, October 9, 2011 (UTC)
Ok I am moving the Impala imformation to the Impala page. It will make more room for the Dean page.
Should we remove the mention of the amulet being called the "Samulet" in the Appearance section? I know that's fandom's nickname for it, but it's never referred to that in-show and we're going by show canon here. Know what I mean? (I feel like I'm not explaining it too well.)
Yes I think so, since its a reference to fandoms.....wtf.....and on another note Im removing the above "I miss you Dean" section.....sigh i hate being the sane one on here lol Winchester7314 (talk) 02:42, September 16, 2012 (UTC)
I concur. I suggest the one like this--'Hi, I'm Dean. I'm an Aquarius, I like long walks on the beach, and frisky women.' I think that was in The Usual Suspects episode. FTWinchester (talk) 13:55, June 14, 2013 (UTC)
I misunderstood you. Sorry. I thought we were talking about replacing/adding a quote at the top of the article that describes Dean himself. But I agree still. FTWinchester (talk) 14:23, June 14, 2013 (UTC)
That's alright. The comment on Sam's talk page that you made now makes sense to me. :P. I mean you said that y'all had to wait for me to suggest such a thing, didn't make sense at that time.RaghavD Taking the ROAD less travelled 14:32, June 14, 2013 (UTC)
Significant episodes[edit source]
did anyone add Dean having a daughter that he later killed within the week?
It was there sans the name, although I added it now. Please sign your posts at the end using four consencutive tildes (~) or by using the signature function above. Thank you. FTWinchester (talk) 12:16, August 10, 2013 (UTC)
I was looking at the "Deaths" section, and was wondering why "In My Time of Dying" wasn't listed. I thought it was fairly clear that he died in that episode, given that the reaper was attempting to take his soul over to the other side and that John had to make the deal with Yellow-Eyes to "bring Dean back" (his words). Is this not the popular consensus? And is it at least reason enough to add it? Paradox Wolf (talk) 09:01, October 9, 2013 (UTC)
I don't remember him being really dead. He was grievously injured, but still alive. RaghavDAll I need is ONE life, ONE try, ONE breath, I'm ONE man 10:14, October 9, 2013 (UTC)
Is there another example of a reaper appearing to someone who was not dead (or have I just missunderstood how reapers work)? And is there a reason that John would make a deal for someone who was not dead? Or a reason that Azazel could not heal him himself and needed the help of a reaper? (I'm not intending to be difficult, I'm only curious.) Paradox Wolf (talk) 10:33, October 9, 2013 (UTC)
If I'm correct, they appear just before the person is about to die, so that they may take the soul to its resting place. RaghavDAll I need is ONE life, ONE try, ONE breath, I'm ONE man 10:43, October 9, 2013 (UTC)
In "Appointment In Samarra", doesn't Dean (as Death) show up when people are dying (shot in the gut, post heart attack, etc.) and turn them into a soul (which is outside of its body) when they are truly dead, exactly like Dean had already become in that episode? Does that not mean that he was dead? And any idea about the other stuff? Paradox Wolf (talk) 11:20, October 9, 2013 (UTC)
It could be a plot hole, I guess. I have no clue about why John did what he did. Why don't you check the transcripts of the episodes. They'll clear any doubts you may have. RaghavDAll I need is ONE life, ONE try, ONE breath, I'm ONE man 12:55, October 9, 2013 (UTC)
I wasn't trying to point out a possible plot hole, so much as trying to show that what happens in that episode (In My Time of Dying) seems to fit with what the rest of the series considers to be someone dying. Anyways, thank you for your help. Sorry I took up so much of your time. Paradox Wolf (talk) 14:05, October 9, 2013 (UTC)
As far as I can gather, as Dean had left his body he was techniqually dead, his body was only still alive because the machines were keeping him alive, recovery was not possible, he was clinciqually dead. The only reason his body didn't die was because he didn't let Tessa furfill the dead or go with her. As for why John needed to make the deal, well there was no natural way for Dean to recover so he needed the demons power, as for why Azazel possesed Tessa, I think it works because Dean hadn't passed over yet, he was in limbo between life and death, much like a ghost. As such Azazel needed a Reaper to find him. Either that or Azazel was just showing off to quel his ego. General MGD 109 (talk) 18:39, October 9,. 2013 (UTC)
Knights are NOT a species[edit source]
Dean is not a Knight of Hell. "Knight of Hell" is a title, not a species. The demons that became the Knights were all handpicked by Lucifer and trained by Cain. Dean has been neither. He is a corporeal demon like Cain, but he is not a Knight. 184.108.40.206 16:16, May 21, 2014 (UTC)
Actually, only the men of letters thought they were hand picked by lucifer. In first born when Dean was talking to Cain, Cain said that lucifer told him to make more demons. Cain didn't send them to hell, but made them into demons. That's how they were knights. They got extra powers because they were directly created by Lucifer's power (the mark of Cain) instead of going to hell and rotting.
By definition though, a Knight of Hell is one of these selected few demons trained by Cain.
The mark of Cain does not make someone a Knight of Hell - Abadon didn't have the mark. And so there's no canonical reason to refer to Dean as a 'Knight of Hell' as the title simply doesn't apply.
It was never said that they became knights by being trained by Cain. It said that he trained them, but they weren't made into knights because of that. It's not like they could be trained to not be killed by an angel blade, or ruby's knife. They are immune, because they are a different type (species if you will) of demons. Cain trained them to do evil, but their special powers were because they weren't demonized in hell, but directly from Lucifers power. And I never said you needed the mark to become a knight, Cain became a knight through the Mark, but then he created others with the powers that Lucifer/the mark gave him, and the ones he directly created were the knights of hell.
To be technical, Knights of Hell are a subset of demon, whether or not you want to call it a species. As much as a species as archangels are for angels. By Crowley's story, yeah, I think Cain wore the mark incised by Lucifer and killed himself with the blade because of the monster it made him into, and so, like Dean, became a demon. Any amount of training doesn't turn people into demons, he trained them in ruthlessness and mercilessness. -- ImperiexSeed, 6:25 PM, May 26th 2014
That's what I have been trying to say, knights of hell are to demons, as archangels are to angels. God didn't train the archangels to be more powerful than angels, but he created them with more power. This is the same with Knights of Hell. Cain taught them to kill and be ruthless, but they weren't trained to have the extra power they have, they were creative with it, just like the archangels.
Top Image[edit source]
I understand that this is a dedicated fan resource, and that spoilers are inherent when consulting such a resource, but I feel that it is an oversight to allow an image showing Dean's demonic state to be the first thing on the 'Dean Winchester' character page.
Especially since, to date, series nine has not reached the entire fanbase. For example, UK audiences have yet to see ANY of season 9.
The image needs changed, for the sake of those not fortunate enough to be completely up to date, due to television companies.
220.127.116.11 22:36, May 25, 2014 (UTC)
God no! That's saddening that you think that's an excusable reason. If they're not up to date in the series, I'm sorry, but that's their fault and whole pages should not have to compensate for that. However, for pages that massively dribble spoilers a spoiler warning is helpful. That image may stay as the template's picture. -- ImperiexSeed, 6:51 PM, May 25th 2014
Dean has been a demon for like 2 seconds towards the end. I don't think it's grossly inappropriate if we use the human Dean in the template at least for now. Besides, the only shot where Dean is a demon doesn't look too good to be a template image. FTWinchester (talk) 01:49, May 26, 2014 (UTC)
I....agree.... I didn't say it is the best picture and must stay, I was just saying that it can be used as the template's picture and is not inappropriate unlike the user who replied before me, who was saying that stuff like that can't be integrated until fans who are behind catch up-which is inane. Even with people who can't watch the show systematically or normally, a whole site shouldn't be anchored down till they catch up. -- ImperiexSeed, 10:04 PM, May 25th 2014
That was just my opinion, though. I mean I know we should be updated--it's just, I don't know. A little disconcerting to see a human hunter for 9 seasons to have a demonic image when he just very recently became a demon? FTWinchester (talk) 02:25, May 26, 2014 (UTC)
We can agree that Dean's only been a demon for a small fraction of one episode. It's a big change, and a big deal - but it's a brand new, spoiler-filled cheese cake. Especially when you consider that entire nations of fans are as yet in the dark about it.
I'm not saying don't put it in the article. I'm saying, let's put a human Dean as the top image for now. In the interests of common decency in the face of bull crap TV companies, and honouring the nine seasons in which he was human.
18.104.22.168 02:52, May 26, 2014 (UTC)
You're actually right, replace it with the other picture. -- ImperiexSeed, 11:08 PM, May 25th 2014
Could somebody with more editing experience change the image?
I've spent the last half hour attempting to alter the Top image and haven't been able to.
- I suppose to reduce vandalization, but I agree. I want to remove the hyperlink on "Sword of Michael" because it just redirects back to this page. 22.214.171.124 16:41, June 30, 2014 (UTC)
Please unlock this page? I want to fix some errors. How come Sam's page isn't locked? Celestial Demon
Dean's fears[edit source]
A line in the trivia states Dean only fears Death, I think thats incorect as he was very clearly afraid of Alastair, he also feared Hellhounds (for atleast a while after his death) so I think it should be changed.General MGD 109 (talk) 23:38, June 7, 2014 (UTC)
I think it should be erased completely. Like with Death, it was also visible that Dean feared Michael and Lucifer, hellhounds, Hell itself, the monsters in Purgatory, Ben and Lisa being in danger, and lots more examples. It's a silly line and should be omitted asap.
Well, Dean does possess a very higher level of fear of Death than any of those. And every single time he does mouth off a little to him, he is quickly run over with an impression of fear and anxiety and you can see a look on his face that says, ", Shi*, shi*, should've kept my mouth shut." Yes, Dean technically showed fear of Hellhounds by instinctively running away from them, however unlike Death, he would certainly mockingly fire off insults. And with Lisa and Ben in danger, again, that kind of thing is instinctual. Dean even made fun of Michael the archangel by calling him "buttercup," and like I said, when Dean said "At least have the balls to admit it was rigged from the joint" to Death, he was quickly lashed with fear. Change it if you want, not gonna stop you on this one, just wanted to explain. -- ImperiexSeed, 9:36 PM, June 7th 2014
I don't care if it goes or stays, but was just pointing out that there's a distinctive difference between an outright and instinctual fear. Dean might regard Lucifer with a way lower form of fear as he does Death, seeing as when he made a joke to Lucifer, and, he turned to him, you could see a regretful look on Dean's face. -- ImperiexSeed, 10:29 PM, June 7th 2014
That is true, but wouldn't you say that he fears Lucifer the same way? Dean also made a joke about him ("I'll alert the media") followed by a regretful look once Lucifer acknowledged him. Also, I think Hell wouldn't exactly count as instinctual fear, as nobody likes the idea of endless torture. He was so scared that he had to actively hide it and probably blocked the thoughts just to get him going. Decades of Hell vs. Death (who could only kill Dean)? You make a valid point though. Gurgatory (talk) 02:35, June 8, 2014 (UTC)
Um, that's really almost incomparable; he fears Death of his power and that he could unpredictably do just about anything, but receiving centuries of torture in Hell, in its own way, is awful. If I had to pick, though, I'd say he fears Death more, as he could just dunk him in and out of Hell repeatedly for eighty-quadruple millennia. -- ImperiexSeed, 2:20 AM, June 8th 2014
Death didn't have much motive for that and Hell wasn't really on his mind but I could understand that I suppose. He'd probably just kill him though. Hell is more immediate and realistic whereas Death is lazy and probs wouldn't go through the trouble. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Gurgatory (talk) 07:20, June 8, 2014 (UTC)
I feel there should be an additional reference under the "pop culture references" heading on the Dean page, specifically in Season 8, Episode 20 were he throws a bottle of beer to a drowsy Sam, who doesn't catch it, causing the bottle to splash its contents all over the floor, leading to Dean saying a fairly "Mythbusters" saying, "This is why we don't have nice things." --Bryan Tassava (talk) 20:13, June 13, 2014 (UTC)
The weaknesses subheading should be deleted. First of all its lower-case (that alone needs to be fixed) and second of all its all conjecture until we know more about DemonDean. For example for all we know he's like Abadouche and Cain and is immune to the Knife.--WarGrowlmon18 (talk) 03:42, June 14, 2014 (UTC)
Demon Body[edit source]
Now that Dean has died and came back as a demon, I am wondering. Is his body now just like any other "meat suit" worn by demons? Or has he become some kind of physical demon? 126.96.36.199 13:17, July 16, 2014 (UTC)
Good question, and it brings up yet another good question. As being ressurected by the blade. Is he undead, much like all demons. I mean thats what a demon is, so it makes sense. But that would have to mean he's black smoke, i.e., undead and capable of leaving his body. I'm considering changing his status to Undead, but I just want to see what people think. Winchester7314 (talk) 00:05, July 21, 2014 (UTC)
I do not believe demons, like Dean or Cain made by the blade through the mark, are locked within their bodies; they should be able to desert and possess anyone they want whenever they want, no different than other demons. But before I get into that, I got to say that the word "undead" has many inappropriate applications and is hugely misleading when using it to describe demons. Demons are spirits not frickin' zombies! Demons are perverted, evil versions of their human selves, to put real simply. So yeah, I do not believe any demon made in this way are solitarily different than other demons. This sameness, between conventionally and unconventionally made demons, would leave the writer with more possibilities if they left this alone. -- ImperiexSeed, 11:50 PM, July 21st 2014
How is they supposed to "Heal demon" in Dean case? Only one who was healed (and Crowley to some extent) was possessing someones else bodies, while Dean right in his own. Then, that ritual supposed to just "fix" demons aligment to good, and then exorcise him, but how them gonna exorcise Dean? where his soul go after that, and if it go, then what gonna happen with his empty shell\body? Also this don't negate fact that Dean still have Mark of Cain, which.. drive him crazy even as human, and mark don't go away after healing demon. 188.8.131.52 17:56, October 22, 2014 (UTC)
Knight of Hell/Cain[edit source]
At a recent interveiw, Jensen Ackles stated "he’s not just a demon, he's a demon with the Mark of Cain, which makes him like über demon." This official statement, plus the fact that Dean was turned the same way as Cain, I think it we should add that Dean is a knight of hell, and equal to Cain. What do you all think? Dean.winchestor.54 (talk) 03:36, July 27, 2014 (UTC)
To be quite honest...I don't think Dean is a knight of hell now. Here is a clip from Comic Con and you can see Sam attempting to cut Dean with Rubies knife. Sam's not that stupid, so it must work, meaning Dean is not a knight of hell. Winchester7314 (talk) 23:40, July 27, 2014 (UTC)
I've seen that clip already, and Sam possibly doesn't know that Dean is a Knight, because he doesn't know what happened. But let's just wait for the show to say....FRICKEN OCTOBER!!!!!!!! Dean.winchestor.54 (talk) 00:11, July 28, 2014 (UTC)
I think its definitely a little premature to add that Dean is a Knight. As you said all our questions and more will be answered in October. How about we just wait until then when the show can confirm it for us? Anything before than would be practically speculation. Bkshadows (talk)
OH, also I was just watching 8x12, and realized a few key words. Henry was quoted as saying "Knights of hell are handpicked by lucifer himself, they are of the first fallen, and first born demons". Dean does not fit any of that criteria. It also means that the mark and blade were not what made Cain a knight, but the fact that he was one of the first few demons. This is undeniable, though I feel the SPN writers have overlooked one detail....that means Lilith would've had to have been a knight of hell, meaning she should not have been scared of Rubies knife. Though I guess that could be seen as a roose, since they were essentially trying to force Sam to drink demon blood, but that may be looking to far into it. Another way to explain could be the "handpicked by lucifer" meaning Lucifer would have to make Dean a knight of hell. Winchester7314 (talk) 20:02, July 28, 2014 (UTC)
The Men of Letters notes on the knights were incorrect. They said that they were killed by archangels, and were hand picked by lucifer. Cain was the one who created the knights, and was the one who killed them all (except himself and abaddon). You don't have to be one of the first fallen to become a knight, but the ones that DID become the knights, we're the first fallen. Cain received the mark, and when he died, he was resurrected as a demon (a knight). He got all the powers and immunities of a knight, as he was the first night. Dean was transformed the exact same way, so he was resurrected with those powers and immunities as well, making him a knight. Dean.winchestor.54 (talk) 21:55, July 28, 2014 (UTC Not without any evidence within the actual series, no. 184.108.40.206 01:04, July 29, 2014 (UTC)
When can we edit?[edit source]
I agree, they can be annoying, and ruin the wiki for the rest of the editors. I will unlock the page, and if the Destiel spammers resume spamming, I will lock the page, or block them. EmpyreanSmoke (talk) 04:52, August 24, 2014 (UTC)
Trivia error[edit source]
Trivia says that Dean and Cain are the only known demons which became them without hundreds of years of pain in hell. This is a mistake, because this wikia says itself that Sam became demon while killing Lilith. He was healed minutes later by god, but it remains. So (without counting Cain) Sam was the first who became Demon without being fried in hell [Anon]
Where does it say he became a demon? Canonically he was always part demon, God just "cleansed" him of the remaining demon blood in his body. I don't think he ever went full demon. Gourgeist (talk) 17:09, August 31, 2014 (UTC)
Defense against Dean[edit source]
Do you think Sam would result in wearing one of the Horsemen Rings in order to defend himself against Dean. Drinking Demon Blood would only make more problems, but a ring can easily be taken off. It would even the playing ground if he did.Noremac2 (talk) 02:54, September 7, 2014 (UTC)
I'm not sure if that would work though. Like what could any of the rings do? Death's ring would kill him probably, War's ring can't do anything other than cause illusions, Famine's ring will just make him more hungry for blood and Pestilence's ring only works on human to make them sick. I'm not sure the rings will do any damage to Deanmon Woof Choo (talk) 07:47, October 16, 2014 (UTC) Woof Choo
I don't mean to attack. But just for defense like they gain the durrablitly and also the super strength.
- If Sam put on War's ring, Sam could just hold Dean down and cure him with the demon curing ritual. Seeing as cut off regular angels can overpower Famine, Sam couldn't overpower Dean with Famine's strength, but Sam could devour him, but why would he eat Dean? If Sam put on Pestilence's ring, Sam could just hold Dean down and cure him with the demon curing ritual. And seeing as Death's ring is in his possession, that scenario is just irrelevant. If Sam drank demon blood, he could telekinetically flop Dean around and eventually gain an immunity to his powers, or, with enough demon blood, destroy him by thinking but he wouldn't do that. -- ImperiexSeed, 9:55 PM, October 16th 2014
Demonic abilities[edit source]
There appears to be dissension between users as to whether or not we should include the powers listed at the Knight of Hell page for Dean. Let's try to settle the debate here. I vote that only powers demonstrated or explictly noted be listed as powers that Demon!Dean possesses. Until proven otherwise, we can safely assume that he does possess all Knight of Hell powers. I just dislike adding in powers or weaknesses until explicitly shown or stated; as ImperiexSeed said (I think it was Imperiex who said it), it's kind of an eyesore. I find it boring and repetitive to see the same information stated over and over again in a generalized matter when it is not verbally or visually linked to the character, especially because the information in question -- the powers that Dean has as a Knight of Hell -- is already listed on another page -- the Knight of Hell page. People who know that Dean is a Knight of Hell will understand that he has all the powers of a Knight of Hell, even if he doesn't demonstrate them, because they can connect the dots; what I would prefer to do is document only the powers that Dean himself shows as a demon, maybe putting a link at the start of the Demonic abilities section like this:
Burning Bones?[edit source]
Just curious, if a demons bones (from when they were human) are burned they are destroyed, because like ghosts without their bones they have nothing to hold them to Earth. So, does that mean if Dean was doused in oil and set on fire as a demon he would die because technically his original human bones had been burned?
- Yes. -- ImperiexSeed, 11:57 PM, October 24th 2014
Carver confirmed that Dean is still a demon, and that Sam only partially cured him. I'm just giving every one a heads up before I change it later tonight. EmpyreanSmoke (talk) 18:33, November 17, 2014 (UTC) Source for that, please. -- ImperiexSeed, 1:36 PM, November 17th 2014
This is a section of the website that I saw. When I actullay went to what Carver said, it implied he was still a demon, but he never said it, so it isn't much to go on. Never mind on changing the page.
Comparing him to cain[edit source]
I for one, certainlt don't think Dean is as strong as cain, cain displayed for more impressive powers, cain had the mark for thousands of years, i think the longer he is a demon, the more powerful he gets, I mean for one, it seemed like the demon killing knife could harm him, where as with cain, it could not, also, I'm sure that just for giggles, dean would just silence crowley like cain did, I diddn't notice dean have the power to smite, instantly teleport and in general have the sort of power that cain did.
At full power before the curing began, I still think Castiel could likely over power dean even though hes not currently a seraph, but I don't think there is any way that he could restrain Cain, Alastair was stronger than basic angel level Castiel, and Cain easily trumps Alastair, also Cain diddn't seem affected by the marks rage effect, as if he totally wasn't phased.
Dean may have the powers of a knight, but I think he's a long long way from being able stand Cain.
Effects of purgatory[edit source]
I somehow forgot that dean, even before he aquired the Mark, due to going to purgatory, had changed when he returned, making him a little more savage, I'm sure I saw this perticularly when he was fighting some vampires and he went brutal which Sam diddn't like... So when he got the mark, blade, and insane kill urges when healed and parted wit it, is it possible that the effects from being in Hell, and later purgatory, would further increase his rage past what it did for Cain?? as I don't think Cain Expirienced the horrors of Hell of the Survival of purgatory at all, would this on top of the mark of cain further enhance deans potential??
Dean's Scream[edit source]
Did anybody else notice that when Dean was having a nightmare in Inside Man, and screamed "Sam!", the scream that the editors inserted was the same "Sam!" that he screamed in Hell. EmpyreanSmoke (talk) 03:29, April 15, 2015 (UTC)
Death, Amara, and God[edit source]
Ok, so its known that Dean fears Death because he is so powerful, and he never talked shit about him except when he told GodCas that "Death is our bitch. We aren't gonna die even if God pulls the trigger" but before that, he looked scared for his life because Death was noticably pissed off about Dean, Sam, and Bobby binding him. Has Dean ever talked shit to Amara and God? If he hasn't, should we add that to his trivia section? User:The Inner Hate (User talk:The Inner Hate) 3:30 May 18th, 2016 (UTC)
Future Counterpart[edit source]
I guess you could call it redundant, but I thought it would be nice since this page only takes the point of view of Present Dean, or our Dean, so I got the feeling Future Dean is like a different character, just like Alternate Earth!Jared is to the actor Jared. Kajune (talk) 15:40, September 10, 2016 (UTC)
Michael's Vessel Status[edit source]
So I was looking through Dean's page and (Chuck forgive me) laughed when I saw a cross after every name from the family column. But Adam doesn't have a cross. I know everyone's thinking that Adam's still in the Cage, but he isn't. Like look - Castiel said, that when an angel dies, its vessel dies too. If Jimmy is in Heaven after Castiel being blown up, then Adam has to be in Heaven, when Michael "was Molotoved with holy fire", as Lucifer said. Maybe we should change it?
220.127.116.11 20:37, January 11, 2017 (UTC)
PS. (idk if i should sign when i'm an anonim but i did lol; sorry for my grammar tho)
/edit I did something wrong so I'm posting this again, sorry
- It possible that Adam is alive in the cage, I seem to recall Dean asking Death to extract both Adam and Sam from the cage, but Death made him choose one. This seems to imply that Adam is alive down there. Zane T 69 (talk) 20:46, January 11, 2017 (UTC)
Possible, but at the very least Adam could also be dead and his soul trapped in Lucifer's Cage. That being said, I am inclined to believe he still alive as well as there has been no verbal insinuation/acknowledgment of his death whenever he being in the cage is brought up. In addition, I would go so far to say Michael could still be possessing Adam, the same with Lucifer and Sam until Cass pulled the latter out of the cage. 18.104.22.168 01:57, January 12, 2017 (UTC)
Adam is in the Cage, it was confirmed (pretty much) in "Fan Fiction". Dead or not, Adam's essence, his very being is inside Lucifer's Cage. He's not dead until stated otherwise. Kajune (talk) 08:00, January 12, 2017 (UTC)
Didn't Dean say anything significant this season? I can't find a proper quote to replace current one. His conversation was Mick was important but I am not sure if we should put a conversation on quote section. SeraphLucifer (talk) 10:47, April 8, 2017 (UTC)SeraphLucifer
A new one was added but I've got another idea. "You put on a flannel, you pick up a gun and you get out there. You either get good fast or get dead faster.". I don't know why but I think this was the best line of the season. JS0662 (talk) 04:27, August 14, 2017 (UTC)
Dean and American Pie? I could see it![edit source]
Okay so this could be a little inappropiate but as I've been binge re-watching seasons 1- up to 12..I can't help but imagine Dean in the American Pie scene where the guy was getting intimate with the pie. I know Dean wouldn't do that but his love for pies, its brought the picture to mind and I'm not hating it...but..anyway has anyone else thought of that before? User:MdaCHARMED2016 02:23, April 30, 2018 (UTC)MdaCHARMED2016
Spelling errors[edit source]
If you make a list of spelling errors then others can fix them. Pages are locked due to counterproductive edit warring, vandalism, or to disable pages until consensus is reached on an issue on that page. It sucks to do it, but otherwise a page can be mutilated by immature users. In the future please sign your talk page posts with four tilds, like so: ~~~~. That can be found above the "Tab" button and beside the "1/!" button. Thank you for bringing this to our attention! Zane T 69 (talk) 06:56, 17 December 2020 (UTC)