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Dean and Castiel have the cutest, most 'shippy friendship out of all of the characters When Dean's Habits Finally Started To Rub Off On Cas. Castiel tells Sam, Dean and Bobby about the war in Heaven and how he and talks about coming to Earth, taking a vessel, and meeting Sam and Dean. Castiel tries to tell them about free will, but the angels don't know what to do with it. to his knees, and motions for Sam and Dean to do the same. surprised when his first sight is of Castiel's blistering face.
Crowley screams to let them find him so he can rip their hearts out. He doesn't give any information, and they pull out Ruby's Knife just as Dean arrives. Bobby sticks it into the demon's leg, and goes over to Dean. Dean promised he didn't tell Castiel anything after he mentions Cas popped into his car.
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Castiel, meanwhile, is spying on them and knows they are suspicious of him and that Dean is torn between trusting Sam and Bobby vs. The demon finally reveals his dispatcher, another demon named Ellsworth. The scene moves to a demon with multiple phones surrounding him. Castiel says if there was a demon counterpart for Bobby Singer, Ellsworth would be him. Castiel goes ahead of Sam and Dean, so they won't find Ellsworth. Afraid they would follow Ellsworth to Crowley or himself, Castiel destroys the hideout.
When Sam, Dean and Bobby arrive, the place is clean, and they are confused about what has happened. Castiel watches them as they try to figure it out. The scene moves to another flashback, to where, after saving Sam, Castiel returns to heaven. He states how each soul generates it's own individual heaven, and that he favors the "eternal Thursday afternoon of an autistic man who drowned in a bathtub in ". There he finds Rachel and other angels wanting to speak to him. Castiel tries to tell them about free will, but the angels don't know what to do with it.
He later speaks to Raphael, who resides in Ken Lay's heaven. Raphael tells Castiel to pledge allegiance to him, and help free Michael and Lucifer to start the Apocalypse again. Castiel refuses and is defeated by Raphael. Raphael tells Castiel to either bow or he and his allies will die. At Ellsworth's, Dean suggests they call for Cas, and that they should give Castiel the benefit of the doubt. Despite their doubts, they call for Castiel, but Castiel doesn't come due to his worries about their questions he couldn't answer.
As they leave, Crowley's demons attack them, and tell the gang that Crowley "says hi". Just as the demons are about to kill them, Castiel appears and saves them all.
Castiel tells them he believes Crowley is alive, the news of which is no surprise to the group. Bobby and Sam apologize to Castiel for thinking he was working with Crowley, and trust him once again. Castiel is surprised they still trust him, but slips up, and accidentally says a line he overheard Bobby say when he was spying on them. When Dean hears this, he realizes that Castiel was spying on them, and comes to the conclusion that Cas must be working with Crowley.
Castiel does not realize this. Crowley believes Castiel is losing sight of the goal, and the fact that he wants to appear good to the Winchesters so they believe in him, is so that Castiel can believe in himself, that what he is doing is right.
Castiel gets angry and grabs Crowley and slams him into a wall. Castiel tells Crowley if he goes after Sam and Dean again, he will destroy everything. After Raphael defeated him, Castiel goes to an old friend for help: As he watches Dean rake leaves, Castiel can't bring himself to ask Dean for help after all the sacrifices Dean has made. If it's longer than that, Castiel would no longer be able to find them. Castiel later returns to Bobby's house injured and needing a safe place, and draws a sigil on Bobby's wall in his own blood.
As soon as Castiel stands up, he passes out and Bobby manages to catch him. With an hour remaining, Castiel wakes up and Bobby asks what happened. Castiel tells Bobby that Rachel betrayed him and continues on by saying that he will heal soon. Although Castiel tells Bobby that because of his weakened condition, he doesn't have enough power to bring Sam and Dean back.
Bobby is shocked at the news, not to mention angry. Castiel tells Bobby that he could power up if he touches Bobby's soul. Castiel further explains that if he doesn't do it right, Bobby could explode. Knowing the risks, Bobby decides to trust Castiel and agrees to do it. Castiel draws power from Bobby's soul and brings the boys back. This process does cause Bobby pain. Bobby and Castiel interrogate a Jefferson Starship. In Mommy Dearestthe hunt for Eve begins. Once they do have the location they head out.
Once there, Castiel discovers he is rendered powerless. When Sam and Dean leave to bring some orphans away, something Castiel isn't too happy about. Bobby isn't impressed when Castiel begins to complain about it. Bobby tells Castiel that no one can control the Winchesters, and they still need to find Eve. When Bobby gets no results, Castiel steps in, and gets the answers. This triggers Bobby's suspicions on what Castiel is really doing.
Bobby and Castiel are both captured by Eve and helpless to watch her talk with Sam and Dean. After Dean killed Eve, Bobby watches as Castiel regains power and kills her forces, voicing he needs to go on more hunts with them.
At the end, Bobby admits his concern about Castiel and believes that he is lying to them since Crowley was alive. Bobby makes sure no one is telling Castiel what they are doing. Unknown to Bobby, Castiel is spying on them, and kills any leads before they can trace it back to Crowley. Castiel even kills the demon counterpart of Bobby, Ellsworth.Supernatural: Dean Meets Castiel
When they arrive they find the place clean, and Dean tries to convince Bobby that Castiel hasn't betrayed them, but Bobby sees no other way, and says: Which means we've got to be cautious, we've got to be smart, and maybe stock up on some Kryptonite. When they are attacked, Castiel saves them. They all thank Castiel for saving them and apologize for thinking that he had betrayed them.
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Castiel also says that he is asking because Dean is "the only one who'll help me". Dean agrees to go along, but only if they drive. Cas and Dean arrive in the Maine town where Raphael was sighted and go to the local sheriff for information.
Cas wants to tell the sheriff about Raphael, but Dean persuades him that the truth is not a good idea in this situation. He gives Castiel an FBI badge and straightens his tie. After an awkward and amusing conversation with the sheriff, they discover that Raphael's vessel has been taken to a local hospital.
Cas decides to trap Raphael using a very dangerous ritual involving holy oil obtained from Jerusalem. He admits to Dean that even though Dean, as Michael's vessel, will not be harmed, Castiel may not survive.
Dean considers this, and asks Castiel what he would like to do on his last night on Earth. Dean throws out a few suggestions, and discovers from Cas' reactions that the angel is a virgin. In response, Dean takes Cas to a brothel. At a table in the bar area, Castiel looks terribly uncomfortable. Dean orders him to relax, to no effect. A girl comes over and Dean introduces her to Castiel. She leads the nervous angel to a back room, leaving behind a bemused Dean.
A few moments later, a scream from the back sends Dean in search of Cas, who is being yelled at by the frightened sex worker. It seems that Cas tried to comfort the girl by telling her it wasn't her fault that her father ran away; it was because he hated his job at the post office. Dean laughs, and the two of them run as a pair of bouncers appear.
The next morning, Dean and Castiel place Raphael's vessel in a circle of holy oil in his room at the hospital. Castiel chants in Enochian to summon Raphael, then lights the oil. Raphael does not manifest, and hours later Dean and Castiel return to their base in an empty house.
Raphael, occupying his vessel, is inside when they enter. He threatens to take Dean to Michael, but Dean lights a hidden circle of holy oil, trapping the archangel. Castiel and Raphael argue, with Raphael insisting that God is dead. Castiel refuses to believe him, and he and Dean leave Raphael trapped in the circle of fire.
Later, Castiel says he believes God is out there, and that he will keep searching. A human Castiel organizing an orgy in an alternate future. Except I used to belong to a much better club. And now I'm powerless.
I'm hapless, I'm hopeless.
I mean, why the hell not bury myself in women and decadence, right? It's the end, baby. That's what decadence is for. Why not bang a few gongs before the lights go out? But then that's, that's just how I roll. Castiel agrees and continues standing, rather forlornly, on the side of a highway. Dean wakes in the morning to find that Zachariah has zapped him five years into the future, into In appears that inLucifer's minions re-released the Croatoan demon virus.
In this post-apocalyptic world, most humans have been reduced to murderous zombies. Dean goes in search of Bobby, and finds a photo showing that Castiel is at Camp Chitaqua. Future Castiel informs Dean that sometime after the Croatoan virus was released, the angels left, and so did most of his angelic powers, so that Cas is now effectively human.
He can however detect that Dean from is different from Future Dean. He is embittered at his situation and has immersed himself in "women and decadence".
When Dean first encounters him, he is organizing an orgy, and when Dean asks if he is stoned, he says "Generally - yeah. When Zachariah brings Dean back to the present, he once again asks him to be Michael's vessel. When Dean refuses, Zachariah is about to take him prisoner and torture him again, but Castiel intervenes, transporting Dean to safety at the roadside where Cas has been waiting.
Dean comments on his good timing, and Castiel smiles, saying "we had an appointment". Dean tells him not to ever change and later calls Sam to bring him back. Soon, he will do more than just make a few toys come to life—something that will draw the demons to him. The demons will find this child. Lucifer will twist this boy to his purpose. And then, with a word, this child will destroy the Host of Heaven. Castiel insists that Jesse must be killed as he is incredibly powerful, even capable of "killing the Host of Heaven with one word.
However, when he attempts to kill the boy, Jesse turns Castiel into a small action figure. Castiel is restored when Jesse leaves and goes into hiding. When he reappears, Castiel is bloodied and bruised, and says he thinks it may be something more powerful than the Trickster - who appears and again banishes him.
Finally, after the Trickster is revealed to be GabrielDean gets him to bring Castiel back. Castiel doing shots with Ellen and Jo.
Tomorrow we hunt the devil. This is our last night on earth. He follows the demon to the house Crowley is occupying, and informs Dean of its location by phonethen reveals that the house is protected from angels by Enochian symbols. Sam and Dean recruit Ellen and Jo to help with the mission, and the four of them breach the house. Sam and Dean find Crowley and are shocked when he willingly hands over the Colt and the location of Lucifer.
The team regroups at Bobby's, and Castiel does shots with Ellen and Jo after the latest 5 he declares that he's "starting to feel something".
The hunters prepare to take on Lucifer in Carthage, Missouri, and Bobby insists on taking a photo of them all so he has something to remember them by.
The others laugh off Bobby's comment, but Castiel observes that "Tomorrow we hunt the Devil. He follows one, trying to find out why they are there and is captured by Lucifer, who imprisons Cas in a ring of flaming holy oil.
Lucifer describes Castiel as a "peculiar thing," and questions him about his arrival and who he has brought with him. He tries to convince Castiel to join him, because Castiel will be Heaven's target if Lucifer is defeated, but Castiel refuses. Lucifer leaves to finish his ritual, leaving Meg to watch over Castiel.
Castiel manages to loosen the fittings on an overhead pipe and uses it to knock Meg into the flaming circle. Castiel tries to cast her out of her host, but finds that without Heaven's support he is unable to do so. Meg mocks him as powerless, and Castiel throws her onto the holy fire, walking over her to escape. He arrives in time to save Sam and Dean from Lucifer. And they sent you here to do their dirty work.
She wants Dean to meet her, but instead of Dean, Castiel arrives. He does not believe she could have escaped on her own, having himself experienced "Heaven's persuasion". He accuses her of working for Heaven against the Winchesters. Anna denies this, but insists that Sam must die so that Lucifer cannot take him as a vessel. She fails to convince Castiel, who refers to Sam as his friend. He informs her that, despite their shared experiences, if she attempts to harm Sam, he will kill her.
Later, after informing Sam and Dean of the situation, Castiel performs a ritual to determine Anna's location. He discovers that Anna has gone back in time to kill Sam and Dean's parents. Sam and Dean insist that he bring them along, but Castiel protests that time travel is extremely difficult, even with Heaven's support.
Because he is outcast, he tells them that "taking this trip, with passengers no less However, he gives in to their continued insistence and packs a satchel containing holy oil and his angel blade, then gives it to Sam. Cas touches the brothers' foreheads, and suddenly they arrive in the year Sam and Dean find Castiel slumped against a car, bleeding and breathing heavily.
He insists that he is better than he expected to be, but then coughs up blood and passes out. Dean books Castiel into the honeymoon suite at a hotel to regain his strength while they fight Anna. Sam is concerned about Cas, but Dean describes him as "tough for a little nerdy dude with wings".
After Sam and Dean are returned to their time by Michael, Castiel appears in their hotel room. He does not immediately realize where he is, but when informed that he has made it back, he admits to being very surprised.
He passes out, and the brothers drag him over to a bed to rest. His, uh, appetite for red meat has been touched by Famine's effect. While examining the remains of the victims post-autopsy Sam notices an inscribed angel sigil on two of the hearts. Dean phones Castiel for angelic assistance. Cas appears directly in front of Dean while they are still on the phone.