Television: Sneak Peek at Supernatural 5.04 The End

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Two Dean Winchesters and a Watchman connection — that’s what this Thursday night’s new episode of the hit CW series Supernatural promises viewers as episode 5.04 The End airs at 9PM EST.

In The End, which was written by Ben Edlund and directed by Steve Boyum, the viewers find that Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) Winchester are still estranged from each other even though Sam has called his brother up to tell Dean he wants to rejoin him in the battle of the Apocalypse. Dean puts the kibosh on that, telling Sam that they are better off apart. After talking to Sam, Dean is visited by Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller), who continues to pressure him to fulfill his destiny and become a vessel for the archangel Michael so that he can defeat Lucifer.


When Dean resists, he is thrust five years into the future and finds himself in a ravaged, desolate post-apocalyptic world. Trapped in an abandoned city, he is attacked by humans who have been infected with a demonic virus that turns humans into zombies. Zachariah pays Dean another visit, and explains that this is the world that exists as a result of Dean saying no to helping the angels fight Lucifer. Dean meets up with Future Dean, who tells him that the virus is the Devil’s endgame for destroying mankind.

The End, which as a note of interest was originally title End Game, also stars Misha Collins as ‘Castiel’ and also guest stars Rob Benedict as “Chuck Shurley”, aka Carver Edlund. This episode also guest stars one of my favorite actress, Lexa Doig (Andromeda, Stargate: SG1) in a brief role as resistance fighter (pictured above with Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins). Doig is a versatile and dynamic actor who I have wanted to see on Supernatural since the series began. I would have loved to have seen what someone of her range, talent and athletic physicality could have done with the role of Bela Talbot or better yet, the demon Ruby.

Another point of interest regarding The End is that the episode was filmed on the Watchman set. Jeffrey Dean Morgan who played Sam and Dean’s dad, John Winchester was in the Watchman movie playing the role of The Comedian. Since these two filming sets are right next to each other and according to the Supernatural publicist, Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles and Jeffrey Dean Morgan had a nice “family reunion” while Morgan was in Vancouver. I believe this might also explain how they were able to secure Jeffrey Dean Morgan to do the voice of John Winchester on the phone in the season three episode, Long Distance Caller.


In Supernatural episode 5.03 viewers saw Dean Winchester attempting to “humanize” his friend the angel Castiel, but didn’t quite succeed. Apparently for those wondering if Castiel will ever turn human, 5.04 End Game is apparently the episode to watch for those who want to see this happen. Personally I don’t want to see Castiel going human. He is a dynamic and unique character as he is and in my opinion there is a lot left to explore of him being an angel and a lot more to do with the character in this aspect then seeing him “go human”. What do EM readers think of Castiel going human? Want to see it happen or are you like me and want to see him continue to be an angel on the run?

Meanwhile check out the sneak peeks of The End and then tune in on Thursday, October 1st at 9PM EST to see this brand new episode of Supernatural season 5.

3 thoughts on “Television: Sneak Peek at Supernatural 5.04 The End”

  1. I would like to see less Castiel and more Sam since the show is about Dean and Sam, not about Dean and Castiel. I liked Castiel a lot better when he was a supporting character.

  2. Can't wait to see this episode. One thing that got on my nerves though was several errors in this article. The episode is called "The End" but it is referred to as "The End" "End Game" "The End game" in the article, as well as errors in character referencing. Her name was Bela Talbot, not Bela Talbert. Please have articles checked before posting, because these mistakes are confusing and annoying to have to read. Thanks.

  3. Lizzy:

    I changed the title in the article. End Game was the original title for the episode and was what the Publicist sent all the press material out under. However I should have checked it to make sure I had fixed it to reflect the title change in the episode.

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