Preview: Last Supernatural For 2009

Published 5 years ago by , Updated March 3rd, 2014 at 6:28 am,

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While common-folk around the world are pulling their hair out trying to figure out how to program their DVRs, fans of Supernatural know that at 9PM on Thursday nights is time for the Winchester brothers to kick some supernatural butt. Given that tonight’s episode is the last episode of 2009, I figured it’s only appropriate to write something up.

Since the premiere of the fifth season, we’ve seen Lucifer rise from hell, Bobby become confined to a wheelchair, the brothers Winchester become television stars, 80-yr-old Dean Winchester kick some warlock butt and we finally find out what happens at all those Supernatural conventions. I’d say that’s pretty good for a couple of month’s work.

Still, the fight isn’t over; Lucifer is still on the loose and now that we found out that the Trickster is really the archangel Gabriel, the Winchester brothers are in it neck deep. Maybe it’s time that they ask for help from some familiar faces (and I’m not talking about Castiel).

That’s right Supernatural fans, tonight’s episode brings back everyone’s favorite mother-daughter hunting combo Ellen and Jo for an all out fight to track down the colt and send Lucifer back from which he came.

Although, don’t expect The Devil to go quietly as Ellen and Jo might not be the only familiar faces and these other faces just might not be so friendly. There’s also rumors that two characters don’t make it through tonight’s episode, but we won’t spoil that for you.

Check out the description of tonight’s episode, “Abandon All Hope.”

Sam (Jared Padalecki), Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Castiel (Misha Collins) track down the Colt and head off to find Lucifer (guest star Mark Pelligreno) to send him back to Hell. It’s a hunters’ reunion when the crew joins forces with Bobby (Jim Beaver), Ellen (guest star Samantha Ferris) and Jo (guest star Alona Tal) for what could be their last night on Earth.

What’s that? The description says nothing of unfriendly familiar faces. Well, I’ll just drop a little SPOILER BOMB on you and tell you that Meg has come back and brought with her Dean’s favorite pets. That’s right, the hell hounds.

Enough of me, check out a couple previews of tonight’s episode below.

So, there you have it. The last Supernatural of 2009. Do you think this will be an appropriate send-off into the new year? Will Lucifer finally go to hell? Will Bobby be able to walk again? Who else is scared of hell hounds?

Let’s hear it!

Catch Supernatural Thursday night at 9PM on The CW

Source: The Ausiello Files

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  1. Supernatural is awesome, I wish there were more seasons to come but oh well, I have a feeling that maybe Bobby and Ellen won’t be the ones who make it out alive.

  2. my god , i love this show.
    kinda wish JDM would make another Appearance.
    sounds like a great episode.

    also love how twitter Blocked #Supernatural from their trending topics.

    great post

  3. Miami was exempt due to a Dolphins game. I’ll have to catch it on Saturday. FML!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. WOW

    This episode was amazing!!!

  5. worst episode ever!

    i guess kripke is not interested anymore!

  6. This is the last season, right?

  7. Not seen this episode yet, but I think this season has been a bit hit and miss. I wanted to see some more standalone eps, rather than just the arc story, but the standalone eps have been rather poor.

    And has anyone else noticed Jensen Ackles has developed a Christian Bale style growl?