The Rupture[1] is the 3rd episode of Season 15. It aired on October 24, 2019.

SummaryEdit

Sam and Dean together with Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) work tirelessly to keep all of Hell from breaking loose. Castiel cannot forgive an arrogant betrayal.

PlotEdit

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CharactersEdit

Main CastEdit

Recurring CastEdit

Guest StarsEdit

Co-StarsEdit

  • Sharon Taylor as Ardat
  • Nevin Burkholder as Malfayan
  • Steven Allerick as Cal
  • Tori Katongo as Stevie
  • Donna Soares as Nurse

Featured Supernatural BeingsEdit

ContinuityEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The episode was watched by 1.24 million viewers and got a 0.3 rating.
  • This episode is written as the third and final part of the three-part season premiere.
  • The episode title shares similarity with The Rapture.
    • Interestingly, the episodes had the same director.
  • The episode title is a reference to the medical term "Rupture" which is a break or tear in any organ or soft tissue. In this case, it is the Rupture to Hell.
  • Charles Beeson returns to the show as a director.
    • This is his 13th overall episode to direct.
  • This is the second episode in the series wherein Misha Collins sing with Heaven Can't Wait being the first time. Both episodes were also written by Robert Berens.
    • Berens said on Twitter that Castiel was scripted to have his song cut off but they made Misha sing the whole thing.[3]
  • This episode features multiple recurring character deaths:
  • Rowena MacLeod's death bears similarities to scenes from previous seasons:
  • As of this episode, the MacLeod Family is extinct.
  • This is the first episode of the season to feature the Men of Letters bunker.
  • Castiel confronts Dean Winchester's rude behavior towards him, causing him to leave the Winchesters in this episode.
  • Arthur Ketch uses the alias "Blackmore" which is a reference to Elizabeth Blackmore, the actress that portrayed Lady Toni Bevell.
  • Ardat reveals that she has watched Belphegor for centuries waiting for Lilith and Crowley to die so he can rule Hell.
  • The Haxon Ring is a reference to Bobby Krlic's band The Haxon Cloak.[5]
  • Belphegor attempting to swallow every single ghost that escaped Hell to become something like God is similar to what Castiel did with the Purgatory souls and Leviathans in The Man Who Knew Too Much.
  • It is revealed that the Resurrection Seal takes the form of a small hex bag implanted within the body. Rowena's last one was implanted into her left shoulder before she removed it.
  • Ardat using Arthur's cell phone to trick Dean after killing Arthur mirrors Arthur doing the same thing in The Memory Remains after killing Mick Davies.
  • Sharon Taylor, who portrays Ardat, previously played Bobby's Crossroad Demon in Weekend at Bobby's.
  • When Castiel smites Belphegor, it has the effect of burning Jack's corpse into a charred skeleton as well as destroying Lilith's Crook, an effect never seen before with a smiting.
  • Castiel reveals that his powers are failing and states that he has been trying to tell Dean this for some time but Dean hasn't wanted to listen.
  • Rowena calls Sam the closest thing the Winchesters have to a seasoned witch aside from herself.
  • The still-lifeless corpses possessed by the ghosts in Moriah and Back and to the Future are visible on the cemetery ground.

GalleryEdit

Behind the ScenesEdit

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Promotional PicturesEdit

VideosEdit

Supernatural 15x03 Promo "The Rupture" (HD) Season 15 Episode 3 Promo

Supernatural 15x03 Promo "The Rupture" (HD) Season 15 Episode 3 Promo

Supernatural 15x03 Sneak Peek "The Rupture" (HD) Season 15 Episode 3 Sneak Peek

Supernatural 15x03 Sneak Peek "The Rupture" (HD) Season 15 Episode 3 Sneak Peek

Supernatural 15x03 Sneak Peek 2 "The Rupture" (HD) Season 15 Episode 3 Sneak Peek 2

Supernatural 15x03 Sneak Peek 2 "The Rupture" (HD) Season 15 Episode 3 Sneak Peek 2

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