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Here’s the harsh truth at the center of Supernatural‘s penultimate season finale: Jack needs to die — or at least that’s what Dean believes. The hunter even calls Jack “just another monster” before telling Sam that they have to do “the hard thing, the ugly thing” by ending him. It certainly wouldn’t be the first time they’ve been faced with such a situation, but this one is a little different because they’ve got an an assist from a familiar face: Chuck, aka God!
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Although Chuck has been hands-off in the past, when things get apocalyptic like they have with Jack, he has to step in. He can’t restore the kid’s soul, but he does have a special gun which could kill him. There’s just one catch: Whatever happens to the person you’re aiming it at also happens to you. Dean believes this is their only option and tells Cas to get on board with the plan or walk away — and Cas chooses the latter. Of course the elder Winchester is planning to be the one to pull the trigger, and of course his brother isn’t happy about it. They always have a choice, Sam notes, and they haven’t even tried to save Jack, who burned off his soul to save them. So if Dean is looking for approval, he’s not going to find it. “I’ve already lost too much,” Sam says.
Meanwhile, Jack meets up with Cas in the cemetery after unsuccessfully trying to speak with Kelly Kline’s mother. Jack explains that he always just wanted to be good, but now he feels empty. As the two are chatting, Dean shows up with the gun, ready to shoot Jack. “I understand,” Jack responds, peacefully getting on...
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