Supernatural Recap: Season 9 Episode 21 King of the Damned [WATCH VIDEO]
“Supernatural” Season 9 Episode 21 “King of the Damned” aired on Tuesday, May 6, 2014, at 9:00 p.m. The Winchesters helped Castiel in questioning the angel he captured. Read on to learn more about MNG’s “Supernatural” recap of Season 9 Episode 21 “King of the Damned.”
“Supernatural” Recap: Season 9 Episode 21 “King of the Damned”
Previously on “Supernatural” (“King of the Damned” Season 9 Episode 21), Abaddon (Alaina Huffman) traveled to Scotland circa 1723. Wondering why? Well, she went there to pick her bargaining chip to Crowley (Mark Sheppard). Of course, it was no other than his son, Gavin. Abaddon knew about the First Blade and wanted Crowley to help her kill Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles).
Crowley refused to help her. But there was no stopping this feisty B as she brought out Gavin and inflicted him pain. You see, Crowley may have cared less about his son, whether he was still alive or whatever, but Abaddon knew about human weaknesses, such as feelings, that Crowley was feeling. Too much feeling, eh?
Gavin, perhaps stunned at seeing his father, yelled at him. He was mad at him for selling his soul. Crowley tried to make the best out of the situation by pointing out to Gavin that he was no longer the man he used to be. He was not an alcoholic anymore but the king of hell. Since when did being a king of hell become better than an alcoholic? Only for Crowley guys.
Crowley’s revelation got Gavin into thinking if he could be the prince of hell if he accepted Crowley. Sam and Dean forewarned Crowley about changing what has been done. However, Crowley took Gavin and told him what could have happened if he returned to his time.
Crowley called the Winchesters and instructed them to get the First Blade. Dean did not tell his brother that Crowley was using them as bait for Abaddon. He sent him to the basement instead to keep him from harm. Then came the fight scene. We saw a dark Dean. The Mark of Cain was evident in his hands as he put down and pinned Abaddon to the wall. Then Sam arrived at the scene. He saw how his brother stained his hands with Abaddon’s blood by hitting her incessantly.
Sam went to the Impala and raised his concern about Dean’s lie. However, Dean explained that when he touched the blade, he should be stopped. Otherwise, he had not only killed Abaddon, but anything else that came his way. He also told Sam the possibility that Abaddon could have used him as bait to him. Sam expressed his concern to Dean about the effects of the Blade on him. Sam even suggested of hiding the Blade somewhere else until time comes that they would kill Crowley. Dean refused.
Castiel (Misha Collins) enlisted the services of the Winchesters. His angels had captured one of Metatron’s (Curtis Armstrong) minions. This minion was busted because he kept on bragging in a bar how Metatron himself chose him. Dean wanted to try some of his moves on Ezra, but then Sam talked him out of gaining valuable information. This minion might not be that important to Metatron. If he was, then he should be up there with him. Don’t you think so? As ordinary as it may seem, Ezra had important information. There exists a portal to heaven which moves according to Metatron’s will.
Then, Ezra was found dead, which meant that there was a traitor in Castiel’s group. Castiel probed Sam regarding what he felt when Gadreel (Tahmoh Penikett) possessed him. Sam said about feeling an unfinished business. Castiel met Gadreel, only that the dude was not into shifting loyalties. Then, Castiel was under attack by assassin angels, which he dealt with. Gadreel denied that he had anything to do with it. Castiel offered Gadreel to become his spy.
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