'Supernatural': Sam and Dean's 10 Most Memorable Deaths
Sam and Dean’s Top 10 Deaths
When your life is spent hunting the things that go bump in the night, you’re always in danger. And for Sam and Dean Winchester, that danger has brought them face-to-face with death (sometimes literally) multiple times.
Ok tara, gclm and napoli which of the guys deaths were the most memorable for y'all?
I'm going to go with #7, #6, #4, #3, #2, #1
7. Dean and Sam Killed by Hunters (Season 5, Episode 16)
One of the more violent deaths, Sam and Dean were shot — at close range — in a motel room. In a show that's about the unthinkable, this scenario was so realistic it was horrifying. But thankfully, the guys returned to the living after a memorable trip to heaven.
6. Every Time Dean Died in “Mystery Spot” (Season 3, Episode 11)
The episode with the most deaths, "Mystery Spot" found Sam stuck in a world where every day ended with Dean dying in some crazy way. The deaths were mostly played for comedy, but the final one — when Dean is shot by a mugger — also struck a dramatic tone by leaving the viewer to wonder if it would stick.
4. Sam Stabbed by Jake (Season 2, Episode 21)
This scene is memorable enough simply for being Sam's first death on the show, but when you combine it with the moment Dean tries to warn Sam that Jake is sneaking up behind him (but can't), it's downright unforgettable.
3. Dean stabbed by Metatron (Season 9, Episode 23)
Sam arrived just in time to see Metatron stab Dean, and as Sam held his brother, Dean managed to get out some final words. He told Sam, "I'm proud of us." Tissues, please.
2./1. Dean Goes to Hell/Sam Goes to Hell (Season 3, Episode 16/Season 5, Episode 22)
No true Supernatural fan will forget how they felt when the Hellhounds came calling for Dean in season 3, just as they'll never forget the range of emotions experienced when Sam took hold of Lucifer and willingly jumped in the cage. There aren't enough tears in the world.
These were the ones that stood out the most for me and had the most affect. #7 Was just so unexpected and shocking! #6 Most of Dean's deaths were all in a comical way, but it was still sad to see how it affected Sam, especially the last one which we thought was permanent. #4 Is definitely one that makes me bawl my eyes out every time because it's Sam's first death. Dean's reaction and everything that follows! Kills me!#3 Also very sad as Sam watches Dean being stabbed by Metatron and telling him he's proud of them! #2 Seeing Dean get shredded by the hellhounds is just brutal and having Sam cry over him as Dean is screaming in hell for Sam!!!#1 Isn't necessarily when Sam jumps in the cage that makes me cry, it's when he's beating Dean to death and Dean is telling him it's ok that he's there and he isn't going to leave him. I'm bawling my eyes out at that point and continue to cry as Sam has the flashes and then he jumps into the cage. So yeah SPN does quite a bit to my emotional state!!! They certainly know how to put a viewer on an emotional roller coaster that's for sure!!!
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Sit down Castiel. Back off Crowley. The real bromance of Supernatural is between real blood brothers Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles). Is that cheating? Maybe. Are they a little too co-dependent? Yes. But no other bros on this list have risked it all (and died) to save one another while also fighting off the forces of evil to save the world.
Supernatural Stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles Drop Ominous Season 12 Scoop: 'Sam Gets (Spoiler)
It was the shot heard ’round the world… or at least around the TV sets of nervous Supernatural fans.
During the closing moments of the Season 11 finale, Sam stared down the barrel of a gun belonging to Lady Toni, a member of the Men of Letters’ London chapter. When the hunter refused to acquiesce to her demands, she fired off a round that may or may not have hit Sam off-screen.
“She shot him,” star Jared Padalecki confirmed to TVLine Wednesday night at the Saturn Awards, where he and castmate Jensen Ackles were presenting an award to Supernatural creator Eric Kripke. “I don’t know where, but I know she shot him.”
“What else is new – Sam gets injured,” Padalecki added with a laugh. “At least I’m not getting tortured – yet.”
But that wasn’t the season-ender’s only cliffhanger. At the episode’s conclusion, Amara thanked Dean by giving him what he’s always wanted — Mary, the mother he lost as a child. (BTW, if you thought/hoped Papa John Winchester was going to reappear during those final minutes, Ackles briefly shared your sentiment, “But I knew they couldn’t get Jeffrey Dean Morgan back.”)
“I’m anxious to see how that [surprise return] pans out,” said Ackles, adding that he and Padalecki are meeting with new showrunners Robert Singer and Andrew Dabb later this week. “[My reaction] was kind of like, ‘What’s going to happen now? How is this going to work out?'”
Padalecki was excited by the twist, as well. “I love [Mary’s portrayer] Samantha Smith. So I was like, ‘We get Sam back! That’s awesome!'” he enthused. “My reaction as a fan of the show was, ‘What a cool show to be a part of where we can do that and get away with it.’ [That] and I was just really stoked.”
So much Supernatural news this week. Dare we ask for more? — Dee Dare away! During Vlada Gelman’s recent chat with the “brothers,” Jensen Ackles said he plans to break his recent streak of directing an early-season episode, explaining, “I just decided to take the first part of the season easy. Twenty-three episodes [per season] is a long, long shoot, and I usually would direct the first episode that we would film… so it’s basically like sprinting the first several miles of a marathon, which doesn’t really work if you’re a good runner. You want to pace yourself, so I’m going to pace myself this year.”
Supernatural Stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki Share Season 12 Hopes: More Cas Time, Back-to-Basics Hunting
Though Supernatural’s season ender last month granted Dean’s fondest wish — the return of his formerly deceased mom —series stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki have some requests of their own that they’d like to see fulfilled in Season 12. (Someone, get Amara back. Maybe she’s still in a giving mood?)
Dean may need to learn to share his BFF, because Padalecki would like “some nice Sam/Castiel scenes,” the actor tells TVLine. “I love Misha [Collins]. I get a lot of Sam/Dean scenes, and I love Jensen, but I love exploring the Sam/Castiel relationship,” too.
Ackles’ wish list is a throwback to the series’ early days — and a world Dean left behind far too quickly.
“Purgatory, I thought, was a really, really cool part of the story,” he shares. “That might be cool to maybe go revisit.”
“I’d also like to see more of a hunter network,” Ackles adds. “I’m a big fan of the original format of the show, the monster-of-the-week kind of thing. [But] I don’t know how we necessarily get back to that with everything that’s happened.”
In the meantime, Ackles is enjoying the “really cool” expansion of the Men of Letters mythology with the introduction of the London chapter in the Season 11 finale. “That’s certainly an avenue we can explore,” he says, “and I think we will.”
YES!!! Jensen and I are on the same page!!! Can we please get back to why I fell in love with the show!!! MOTW and the hunter's network sounds absolutely perfect to me!!!! The first 3 seasons are hands down my favorite!!! I don't mind the MOL mythology because it's something different. After 7 plus years of angels and demons we're due for a break.
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