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After figuring out the truth with the help of the pack’s leader, Dean rescues the three and single-handedly kills all of the cultists. The Winchesters leave the rest of the pack be due to their peaceful nature. Later, in “Bloodlines”, the Duval Family of Chicago are one of the Five Monster Families in the city. According to shapeshifter David Lassiter, the werewolves control the Gold Coast. The murder of shapeshifter Sal Lassiter by what appears to be a werewolf nearly drives the families to war. However, the Winchesters, wannabe-hunter Ennis Ross, shapeshifter David Lassiter and his ex-girlfriend werewolf Violet Duval discover that the true culprit is an insane hunter and prevent the war.

It’s to say “there’s a phenomenon, we currently don’t have a theory that fits well”. They assume he’s the one who took the Polaroids, because… well, it just seems on-brand, I guess. Bryce narrates the opening of the episode talking about what it takes to be on a team. The thing is, Bryce doesn’t just like the clout that comes with being a celebrate high school athlete. Bryce loves being on a team because it gives him a sense of belonging his own parents can’t provide. In a flashback, we see Bryce taking the team to victory at a football game, but when he looks up in the stands for his parents, they’re not there.

Through their touch, they can dose their victims with high levels of dopamine and cause them to hallucinate which makes the victim even more delicious to the wraith in question. Though they appear human outwardly, in mirrors their true distorted appearance is visible. Unlike most monsters that are vulnerable to silver, they do not appear to need to be stabbed in the heart with silver to be killed by it.

The episode was nominated for a GLAAD award for its portrayal of Ghostfacers intern Alan Corbett. Ed, Harry and the rest of the team also star in the Ghostfacers web series, a spoof advertisement which is seen in “Hammer of the Gods”. Their names are homage to Winston Zeddemore and Egon Spengler, members of the Ghostbusters from the 1984 film. Dean drops in to visit Lisa in “The Kids Are Alright”, while investigating a case, on what happens to be Ben’s 8th birthday.

Bobby talks on the phone to Rufus about omens that may indicate the appearance of Death, in “The Devil You Know”. Rufus is introduced in the third-season episode “Time Is on My Side” when Bobby, who has not heard from Rufus in about 15 years, receives a phone call in which Rufus alerts him to the whereabouts of Bela Talbot. Dean visits Rufus, even though Sam opposes the idea of hunting for Bela, as they have only a couple of weeks until Dean’s deal runs out.

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The Alpha Vampire, portrayed by Rick Worthy is the first member of the vampire species. When Crowley starts a hunt for Alphas to locate Purgatory, he starts sending telepathic messages to his “children” to create as many new vampires as they can. Dean sees this message when he’s briefly infected with vampirism and the Campbells use it to track him down and capture him. The Alpha is tortured, but eventually breaks free, killing Christian Campbell. After a fight, Christian, who is revealed to be possessed by a demon, gets up and injects him with dead man’s blood, incapacitating him. The Alpha is held with all the other captured monsters in Crowley’s prison, but escapes before Castiel can kill him like he does the other Alphas and monsters in the prison.

Arthur later visits Dean at the Men of Letters bunker and sits down for a drink with him. Arthur sees Dean as the same as him and the two decide to take down a vampire nest together. At the nest, Arthur initially arms himself with a gun, but decides to use a machete instead like Dean. The two men find only one vampire hiding in the nest and Arthur beats upon her before Dean stops him to try things his way.

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Cain reveals that Abaddon, after failing to persuade him to rejoin her, had tricked him into murdering his beloved human wife Colette. He made a promise to Colette, making him unable to seek revenge directly, so he gives Dean the Mark so that Dean can kill Abaddon once Crowley finds the Blade. The writers originally intended for demons to not rely on human hosts, but rather exist “halfway between spirits and corporeal creatures.” However, the demon in “Phantom Traveler” demonstrates the ability to possess people. This quality and its other characteristics were chosen without foresight solely to fit with the episode’s storyline, and the writers opted to maintain it as an element of all demons. Kripke felt it added an interesting aspect to the storylines, as the viewers “never quite know who the bad guy is”.

In “Blade Runners”, Sam and Dean get the attention of expelled Man of Letters Cuthbert “Magnus” Sinclair by revealing that they are Henry’s grandsons. Magnus reveals that before his expulsion from the Men of Letters in 1956, he was Henry’s mentor in the order. Calling Henry something of a rebel, Magnus comments that Henry would continue to visit him even after he was kicked out.

In retaliation for Asa’s murder at hands other than his own, Jael began targeting the hunters at Asa’s wake, magically trapping them in Asa’s home and possessing Alicia Banes to kill one. Though originally trapped outside, Dean Winchester got back in with the help of the Reaper Billie and eventually found Jael in the body of hunter Elvis Katz. When Dean began an exorcism, Jael snapped Elvis’ neck so far his head faced backwards and vacated his body. Jael next possessed Sheriff Jody Mills and attempted to convince the Winchesters that their mother was possessed and they had to kill her.

In the hallucination, Benny saves Dean from a Leviathan and encourages Dean to end his own life as part of the box’s magical manipulations. Though pleased to see his old friend again, Dean recognizes that he is not the real Benny as Benny would never want Dean to kill himself. Dean impales Benny through the chest with his own weapon, dissipating the illusion.

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Werewolves of both types can be killed by silver to the heart and it is generally believed that there is no cure for lycanthropy. John Winchester believed that killing the sire werewolf would cure anyone they turned, but this turned out to be false. Other hunters, including Bobby Singer, were aware of this and believed there to be no cure. In season 6’s “Live Free or Twihard”, the Winchesters hunt a nest of vampires which are targeting teenagers who are into vampires due to their portrayal in mainstream media.

The being is at first amused by his appearance until Jack explodes, engulfing them both. Both Jack and the Shadow survive, but after the being reforms, it is noticeably horrified and tells Jack that he made the usually silent Empty “loud”, indicating that something has gone terribly wrong. At the same time, Billie confirms that the Shadow was telling the truth about her plans and that she really did lie to and manipulate the being.

Finding Justin’s home through Mick’s tracking device, Mick and Sam attack Justin with Mick jabbing Justin in the back with a syringe to get his blood. Before Justin can kill Dean, Mick kills Justin with a silver bullet to the heart from behind. Mick then removes the vial of blood from Justin’s back and uses it to cure Claire. The next morning, the Winchesters thank Mick for giving them a win and give him a second chance as a result. Mick is amazed by Claire’s survival and curing and calls her a miracle to which Dean agrees with him.

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