The dilemma for the Winchester brothers is that Ellen and Jo are alive and if Castiel restores the time line, Ellen and Jo will be gone. The synopsis below may give away important plot points. Sam and Dean check out the scene of one of the deaths and find no clues other than a thread of pure gold on the ground. Freely is revealed to be the angel Balthazar. Back in Chester, Sam and Dean try and go about their business - anxious at the possibility of death at every turn. My neighbor said it has to be a '67 Impala, because you can put a body in the trunk. A joke because the Titanic sunk due to a leak.
Bobby suggests they convince Balthazar to re-sink the Titanic, but when Dean reveals that Ellen and Jo would die, Bobby tells them to do everything they can to not let that happen. You see, I save a boat, one thing leads to another, which leads to another thousand things, and yada, yada, yada. He wants them to remember so they know who Fate is, and so that they know Castiel is fighting for freedom from destiny. I do think it's a very confident show that can do this. This is not a bad thing.
All in all, it's a very good episode, although there are a couple of things that I didn't like. The Enterprise C fled the battle. Dean: What, no severed horse head? I thought you loved that kind of thing. After further investigation, Sam finds that on its maiden journey across the Atlantic, the Titanic nearly hit an iceberg. The episode also has a fantastic mix of gore and humour.
The Enterprise C fled the battle. After they work out is tricking them, they try to stop Rufus and Jo. That is, the going back in time was something that had always happened, and did not change events. But Castiel appears at the last second and transports the boys to safety. After what seemed like forever, Supernatural is finally returning to the air — and this time, Sam and Dean are going to have some back-up.
The blonde woman appears and confronts Castiel. Please use the subreddit search bar before posting. Bobby grudgingly accepts her care and Ellen teases that it's why he married her. Ellen flies out to Philly, and, after Jo is rescued, drives back in the with Sam, Dean and Jo in angry silence. Sam finds a series of unusual deaths among related people in Pennsylvania, but Bobby isn't interested and tells them to leave him alone.
Aside from all the passengers he saved whose descendants would never have been born, he acknowledges some other changes — Sam and Dean don't drive an , and Ellen and Jo are alive. He finds a photo of the crew, and I. The movie Titanic is also referenced in when Dean and Anna have sex in the. He tells them that Fate is angry at them because, in averting the Apocalypse, they rendered her obsolete. Unfortunately, there's still an Ashton Kutcher. After Anne dies, the blonde woman reappears with a book in her arms. Ellen suggests they need the angels to sink the boat, so Bobby reveals that she and Jo's lives are at stake, as well.
Some of the death scenes in the episode are strikingly similar to those of the film. But this episode doesn't do that. Travel agent Anne Witting is busy at work selling holidays to Cuba when time freezes, and a blonde woman appears and places Amy's car keys under the photocopier. Travel agent Anne Witting is busy at work selling holidays to Cuba when time freezes, and a blonde woman appears and places Amy's car keys under the photocopier. The boys call Bobby, who has worked out that the Fates are responsible. When , Ellen, Dean and Sam arrive at the town they meet the demon, now in a new host body. He says, 'You want a car that, when people stop next to it at the lights, they lock their doors.
After a while, they realize that Jo will not survive her wounds, and Jo volunteers to kill herself to destroy the hellhounds. It could be that this is the first of numerous changes Castiel had planned, but, as an explanation it didn't quite ring true. When Sam and Dean point out that something is killing the descendants of the Titanic passengers, about 50,000 people, Balthazar states he doesn't care and disappears. Ellen suggests they need the angels to sink the boat, so Bobby reveals that she and Jo's lives are at stake, as well. Surely, at some point, God will be back and, even if Castiel has won the war, does it automatically follow that God will be pleased with the outcome? After encountering during a hunt, rings Ellen for information, and she warns him that is a damn good hunter, but dangerous, comparing Gordon as a hunter to Hannibal Lecter as a psychiatrist. This episode of Supernatural does things slightly differently, in a way that, off the top of my head, I can't remember another series doing. Ellen invites the boys to stay, but they decline and return to Bobby's.