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It's difficult to know if it was a real contract. If it WAS, then yes, he did welch on it. The episode in question is Survival of the Fittest. At first it appears like they are making a standard deal, as the script shows: CROWLEY I can't deny I long to see those two digested once and for all. You have a deal. I suppose you want it in writing? DICK ...


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The show was originally supposed to run for five seasons, so the official story arc only covered those seasons. This is important as many fans speculate that God was in fact Chuck Shurley, the "prophet" from Season 5. Strong evidence of this theory (including the actor himself confirming it) can be found here and in the video: ...


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We don't know. It has been deliberately kept vague, as this interview with (then) showrunner Sera Gamble shows: Interviewer: ...Do you mean Chuck is the obvious answer, or that you really did leave it open? Sera: Don't ask me to squish the God debate! How many TV shows can say their fans are talking about THAT stuff? There are a variety of ...


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There is the original (and misleading) connection, as stated in Season 2, and then the true connection, as stated in Seasons 4/5. Season 2: Throughout this season we learn more and more about these special children. At first it seemed that all their parents had been burned by the Yellowed Eyed Demon (aka Azazel), but it soon becomes clear there are ...


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No I don't think that it is. Although there is no documentation as to whether or not it "borrowed" any idea from that episode if you come to think about it then you will see that the storyline of Bedtime Stories is pretty common. There are a lot of times similar plots in movies, series and literature about little girls creating their own fantasy worlds and ...


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The angels brought him back, body and all - which apparently they can do. You correctly point out that he was cremated by his brothers, Sam and Dean. In Point of No Return we see his return: ...


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TLDR: His goal was to release Lucifer, which required breaking the Seals. To do this, he needed two things. Firstly, he needed to raise Lilith, as her death was the final scene. Secondly, he needed to raise a vessel for Lucifer to possess when he was finally released. Long Answer: In the Season 4 finale, Lucifer Rising, we see Azazel possessing a priest ...


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Azazel needs a general to command the demon army he is planning to release from Hell. In All Hell Breaks Loose (Part I), Azazel pits his special children against each other in a kill-or-be-killed, Battle Royale-like contest. SAM: What happened to you? AVA: Nothing! [SAM stares her down until a minute later, she drops the act, and laughs a ...



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