Supernatural (season 9)
|Supernatural season 9|
Promotional poster for season nine.
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||23|
|Original channel||The CW|
|Original run||October 8, 2013– present|
|List of Supernatural episodes|
The ninth season of Supernatural, an American paranormal dramatic television series created by Eric Kripke, premiered on October 8, 2013, and is set to contain 23 episodes. On February 14, 2014, CW announced that a Season 10 for Supernatural has been confirmed.
- Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester
- Jared Padalecki as Sam Winchester and Gadreel / "Ezekiel"
- Misha Collins as Castiel
- Mark Sheppard as Crowley (6 episodes)
- Osric Chau as Kevin Tran (6 episodes)
- Alaina Huffman as Abaddon (4 episodes)
- Curtis Armstrong as Metatron (2 episodes)
- Tahmoh Penikett as Gadreel / "Ezekiel" (2 episodes)
- Adam Harrington as Bartholomew (2 episodes)
- Jim Beaver as Bobby Singer (1 episode)
- Felicia Day as Charlie Bradbury (1 episode)
- Kim Rhodes as Sheriff Jody Mills (1 episode)
- Julian Richings as Death (1 episode)
- DJ Qualls as Garth Fitzgerald IV (1 episode)
- Lauren Tom as Linda Tran (1 episode)
- Tiio Horn as Dorothy (1 episode)
- Timothy Omundson as Cain (1 episode)
- Dylan Everett as Teenage Dean (1 episode)
- Olivia Ryan Stern as Tracy Bell (1 episode)
- Stephen Monroe Taylor as Malachi (1 episode)
- Steve Valentine as Chef Leo (1 episode)
- Andrew Jenkins as Peter Jenkins (1 episode)
- Gildart Jackson as James Haggerty (1 episode)
- Erin Karpluk as Robin (1 episode)
In this table, the number in the first column refers to the episode's number within the entire series, whereas the number in the second column indicates the episode's number within this particular season. "U.S. viewers in millions" refers to how many Americans watched the episode live or on the day of broadcast.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production
|173||1||"I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here"||John Showalter||Jeremy Carver||October 8, 2013||4X5052||2.59|
|Sam Winchester (star Jared Padalecki) is dying from the events of the previous episodes. He dreams that he's talking with his brother Dean (star Jensen Ackles), who is trying to convince him to fight to live, and their late friend Bobby Singer (guest star Jim Beaver), who is trying to convince him to let go and die. Sam decides to follow "Bobby's" advice and crosses paths with Death himself (guest star Julian Richings) again. Death explains that he has come to pay Sam the honor of reaping him personally, and Sam agrees to go with him so long as his death is permanent this time in attempt to prevent the suffering and death his and Dean's resurrections have caused in the past. Meanwhile, the angel Castiel (star Misha Collins) has been turned into a human. He meets another angel, who is later revealed to have plans to possess him, as the body she is in now is deteriorating due to its inability to contain her. Castiel kills her to prevent her going through with her threat of disclosing his location to other angels, who seek revenge on him for locking them out of Heaven. Not knowing this, an increasingly desperate Dean prays to angels for help in saving Sam's life; this causes them to come attack Dean. However, one angel, Ezekiel (guest star Tahmoh Penikett), has come sincerely wanting to answer Dean's prayers. Due to the extensive damage wrought on Sam's body, he finds that he is unable to heal Sam with a touch as angels normally can. As he has been injured in the fall from Heaven, he suggest that he possess Sam so he can heal him from the inside while at the same time healing himself. Dean agrees to this, and Ezekiel takes on Dean's form to talk to Sam in his head, using Dean's appearance and ambiguous wording to trick Sam into letting Ezekiel possess him (in Supernatural, angels require verbal permission from their hosts to possess them). With Dean's agreement, Ezekiel erases Sam's memory of the event and stays hidden in Sam while secretly healing him.|
|174||2||"Devil May Care"||Guy Bee||Andrew Dabb||October 15, 2013||4X5051||2.33|
|Sam and Dean take the captive Crowley to the Men of Letters bunker to try to get the locations of all the demons on Earth from him. Meanwhile, Abaddon (guest star Alaina Huffman) starts a movement to take over Hell. With the help of three demons that take soldiers as hosts, Abaddon captures two hunters and uses them to lure Sam and Dean into a trap. Ezekiel briefly takes control of Sam and kills the three demons, causing Abaddon to flee. Sam continues to be unaware of his possession, as Ezekiel made it look like Dean killed the demons. The Winchesters' prophet ally Kevin Tran (guest star Osric Chau) searches for a way to reverse Metatron's spell and kill Abaddon. He confronts Crowley, who claims that Kevin's mother Linda isn't dead. Kevin tries to leave the bunker to find Linda himself, but Dean convinces him not to go by telling him that he's family and that even if his mother is alive, she is as good as dead.|
|175||3||"I'm No Angel"||Kevin Hooks||Brad Buckner & Eugenie Ross-Leming||October 22, 2013||4X5053||2.34|
|An angel faction led by Bartholomew (guest star Adam Harrington) uses an internet preacher to encourage devout people to agree to possession. Bartholomew is actively hunting for Castiel, who is homeless and trying to find his way to the bunker. One of Bartholomew's angel followers finds Castiel, but Castiel kills him and gets a tattoo to ward himself. Bartholomew then sends rogue Reapers; one follows and is captured by Sam and Dean. Dean asks Ezekiel for help by having him search for Reapers, eventually tracking down Castiel's location. Castiel meets a woman named April who takes him in and they have sex, but she is one of the Reapers and tortures Castiel for information on Metatron. Sam and Dean arrive, but April kills Castiel before Dean can take her out. Dean asks Ezekiel to resurrect Castiel, then tells Castiel that it was the Reaper who resurrected him. Castiel goes with Sam and Dean to the bunker, but Ezekiel tells Dean that either Castiel must leave or he will, claiming that it's unsafe for Ezekiel since the other angels are still hunting Castiel. Dean tells Castiel he must leave.|
|176||4||"Slumber Party"||Robert Singer||Robbie Thompson||October 29, 2013||4X5054||2.19|
|In 1935, Dorothy Baum (Tiio Horn) arrives at the Men of Letters bunker with The Wicked Witch of the West from Oz in hopes of finding a way to kill her. Failing to do so, Dorothy binds herself and the Witch inside a jar. In the present, Sam and Dean discover that the bunker's map table is connected to an ancient computer. They call in Charlie Bradbury in the hopes of hacking the computer, but while they're in the room containing the computer, Dean accidentally releases Dorothy and the Witch. The four work together to stop the Witch's plans; she is after a key that can be used to enter Oz, and Dean knows where it is. The Witch attacks them and Charlie dies protecting Dean. Dean has Ezekiel resurrect Charlie, who figures out that the Oz books were clues from L. Frank Baum, one of the Men of Letters, to Dorothy, who is his daughter, on how to defeat the Witch. Dorothy figures out that the Ruby Slippers can kill the Witch. The Witch possesses Sam and Dean, and Dorothy holds them off, while Charlie goes after the Witch herself and kills her. With the Witch dead, Dorothy returns to Oz to free it from the evil forces, and Charlie goes with her.|
|177||5||"Dog Dean Afternoon"||Tim Andrew||Eric Charmelo & Nicole Snyder||November 5, 2013||4X5056||2.15|
|A taxidermist in Enid, Oklahoma is constricted to death by a man with snake-like traits, and a shelter worker is killed by a man with cat-like traits. Sam and Dean investigate and find the taxidermist's dog, The Colonel, who witnessed both murders. Dean casts a spell that allows him to communicate with animals but causes him to take on dog-like traits. They question The Colonel and various other animals, discovering that a man named Chef Leo is using shamanism to take on the traits of various animals. Chef Leo attacks and mortally wounds Sam, but witnesses Ezekiel's healing and knocks Sam out. Dean, using his dog senses, realizes that Chef Leo has cancer. Chef Leo is taking on the traits of various animals to try to find a cure, and he hopes to eat Sam and take his healing ability. Dean summons the dogs from the shelter who maul Chef Leo to death. Dean takes The Colonel to the animal lovers and then returns to normal.|
|178||6||"Heaven Can't Wait"||Rob Spera||Robert Berens||November 12, 2013||4X5057||2.36|
|Four people mysteriously combust in Rexford, Idaho, where Castiel is working as a sales associate at a gas station. He calls Dean, who leaves Sam and Kevin at the bunker doing research, to investigate with Castiel. They visit the crime scene of the newest victim, and Castiel recognizes it as the work of a Rit Zien, a class of angel healers who are able to mercy-kill mortally wounded angels. Castiel goes to the house of his boss, Nora, thinking she'd asked him for a date but she'd actually wanted him to babysit her daughter. While there, Castiel is attacked by Ephraim (played by Ashton Holmes), the Rit Zien, who heard his pain and is there to kill him. Dean arrives in time to throw Castiel an angel sword, which Castiel uses to kill Ephraim. Dean then leaves Castiel to his normal life. At the bunker, Kevin is only able to translate the angel tablet into an obscure form of cuneiform. Sam and Kevin make a deal with Crowley: in exchange for allowing him to call Abaddon, he will translate it for them. Crowley learns that Abaddon is collecting souls early, going back on Crowley's deals and reshaping Hell. Crowley reads the translation for Sam and Kevin, telling them that Metatron's spell is irreversible. Sam informs Dean, who keeps it from Castiel and Sam later catches Crowley injecting himself with Kevin's blood for an unknown reason.|
|179||7||"Bad Boys"||Kevin Parks||Adam Glass||November 19, 2013||4X5055||2.01|
|Dean gets a call from Sonny, an old friend, who runs a reform school in Hurleyville, New York asking for his help when a man is mysteriously killed at the school. Sam learns that Dean spent two months at the school in 1995 after he got caught stealing food. Instead of it being a hard time for Dean, he enjoyed it and flourished, along the way befriending and falling for a girl named Robin (guest star Erin Karpluk). On the night of a school dance, John returned to collect Dean and, despite Sonny's offer to let him stay permanently, Dean leaves. In the present, Dean meets up with Robin again. Sam and Dean go to the reform school, where they talk with a boy named Timmy and see a drawing of his mother's death. The ghost is Timmy's mother, who has been protecting him but been going insane from being tied to Earth. Timmy's mother tries to kill them, but Dean gets Timmy to be assertive for the first time and tell his mother to leave. Listening to her son, Timmy's mother grows peaceful and finally moves on.|
|180||8||"Rock and a Hard Place"||John MacCarthy||Jenny Klein||November 26, 2013||4X5058||2.39|
|Investigating mysterious disappearances in Hartford, South Dakota, Sheriff Jody Mills (guest star Kim Rhodes) calls in Sam and Dean to investigate as there are reports of strange flashes of light and unnatural strength involved. Sam and Dean believe that it is dragons because only virgins are being taken and join a church chastity group. Dean goes home with the group councilor, Suzy Lee, and discovers that she is one of his favorite porn stars and has sex with her. At the same time, Sam and Sheriff Mills discover that the people taken are actually people who have broken their vows of chastity and rush to warn Dean too late. Dean and Suzy are dumped in an old fallout shelter where the rest of the victims are except one who has already been taken away. Dean manages to call Sam, but the call gets cut out quickly, but Sam gets a clue from the sound of a train whistle in the background. Sam and Sheriff Mills are able to figure out where Dean is and that they are dealing with Vesta, Roman goddess of the hearth. After forcefully getting the needed virgin blood for the stake that can kill Vesta, they travel to the farm where they confront Vesta. Sheriff Mills kills Vesta, but not before she reveals to Sam that his body is in bad shape. Dean breaks free and the three rescue the surviving victims. Afterwards, Sam questions what Vesta said and Dean considers telling him the truth, but Ezekiel convinces him not to.|
|181||9||"Holy Terror"||Thomas J. Wright||Brad Buckner & Eugenie Ross-Leming||December 3, 2013||4X5059||2.42|
|A civil war starts between angels working for Bartholomew and angels working for Malachi, an anarchist, both of whom want to rule the fallen angels, which will end in disaster. Sam and Dean initially investigate with Castiel, but Ezekiel makes Dean send Castiel away. Desperate, Castiel prays for help and is met by an angel named Muriel who is neutral in the war. Castiel convinces her to hear him out and she explains what she knows, but he is captured by Malachi and another angel named Theo who were tracking Muriel. Malachi tortures Castiel for information on Metatron, killing Muriel to try to force him to tell him what he knows. He reveals that many angels died in the Fall from Heaven, including Ezekiel. Malachi leaves Castiel alone with Theo who wants to defect to Metatron's side. Castiel tricks Theo into releasing him, then steals his grace, turning him back into an angel and at least partially restoring his powers. After escaping, Castiel calls Dean to warn him about "Ezekiel." At the same time, Metatron meets with "Ezekiel" who is revealed to really be the angel Gadreel, who guarded the Garden of Eden and was disgraced when Lucifer got in. Gadreel was released by the Fall and Metatron, having grown bored with his solitary rule of Heaven, proposes working together to restore Heaven with angels that they like. Gadreel is initially reluctant, but agrees and is given orders by Metatron to kill Kevin to prove his allegiance. After learning the truth from Castiel, Dean uses a sigil to knock Gadreel out so that he can tell Sam the truth, but "Sam" knocks him out and reveals himself to really be Gadreel, having altered the sigil so it gave him control rather than Sam. Gadreel kills Kevin and leaves, taking with him the angel and demon tablets, but leaves Dean alive to mourn the loss of Kevin and Sam.|
|182||10||"Road Trip"||Robert Singer||Andrew Dabb||January 14, 2014||4X5060||2.21|
|While Dean grieves over the loss of Kevin, Gadreel is killing more targets given to him by Metatron. Dean fills Castiel in on Kevin's death and Sam's situation. Castiel informs Dean that they can bypass the angel and talk directly with Sam, who can then cast Gadreel out. They enlist the help of Crowley to find and capture Sam. One of Gadreel's targets is an old friend of his who explains that true happiness is getting what you want most in the world and holding on to it no matter the price. Gadreel kills his friend, but is captured by Dean and Castiel. Dean strikes a deal with Crowley and promises to free him if he possesses Sam to wake him up. After Crowley helps Sam cast Gadreel out and re-possesses his old body, Abaddon shows up. While Dean, Sam, and Castiel escape, Crowley stalls Abaddon and tells her that rather than the bloody battle between the two of them she has been anticipating, they are in the middle of a "campaign" to win the hearts of their demonic subjects to win rulership of Hell. He leaves before Abaddon can attack him. Dean tells Sam that he is going to hunt Gadreel alone as he is "poison" and causes too much hurt to those around him. Hurt by Dean's trickery, Sam warns him that Gadreel is not their problem; he refuses to elaborate, instead bidding Dean to go.|
|183||11||"First Born"||John Badham||Robbie Thompson||January 21, 2014||4X5061||2.65|
|Crowley approaches Dean for help with finding the First Blade, the weapon that the archangels used to kill the Knights of Hell as it is the only thing that can kill Abaddon (the last Knight). Following clues, Dean and Crowley discover that Dean's father had once worked with a hunter named Tara who spent years searching for the blade. Finding Tara, they cast a locator spell she found that leads them to the "retired" demon Cain (guest star Timothy Omundson), who had trained—and then killed—the Knights. Cain refuses to help and when a bunch of demons show up, he lets them in to fight Dean and Crowley, who kill them. Cain reveals that he wants revenge on Abaddon, as she murdered his wife, but is unable to exact it himself because he is bound by his promise to his wife not to kill anymore. Cain also reveals that the spell led them to him because the Mark of Cain he possesses is the source of the Blade's power and he can transfer it to someone worthy. Despite Cain's warnings of an unknown but terrible cost, Dean agrees to bear the Mark so that he can kill Abaddon. Cain asks for Dean to kill him after killing Abaddon and sends him and Crowley to safety as he single-handedly defeats a swarm of demons that arrived to kill them. Having picked up on Crowley giving himself away in small but tell-tale ways, Dean confronts Crowley on having been deceiving and manipulating him all along, including having allowed Tara to be questioned, tortured, and killed by demons so that they would find him and Dean and Dean could prove himself worthy to Cain for the Mark. However, Dean can't retaliate against Crowley yet because he still needs Crowley to retrieve the First Blade from the bottom of the ocean. Running parallel to this plot is Sam and Castiel's attempts to harvest the part of Gadreel's grace that is still inside Sam so that they can use it to track the angel. Removing the grace causes Sam to start reverting back into the state he was before Gadreel possessed him, but Sam refuses to let him stop until they get all the grace they need, even if it means his death. Due to his own brief humanity, Castiel empathizes with Sam's desire to make up for the people who've died from the choices he, Sam, and Dean have made, but refuses to risk killing Sam, instead stopping and finishing healing Sam and eliminating the last of the grace. The spell turns out to be unsuccessful because they didn't get enough grace. Castiel leaves to track Metatron, who he believes holds the key to fixing everything.|
|184||12||"Sharp Teeth"||John Showalter||Adam Glass||January 28, 2014||4X5062||2.76|
|After Garth (guest star DJ Qualls) is hit by a car after mutilating a cow in Grantsburg, Wisconsin, Sam and Dean arrive separately to investigate where their friend has been for months. Claiming to remember nothing, Garth escapes the hospital and Sam and Dean follow him to discover that Garth is married to a werewolf and is now one himself after being bitten six months before on a hunt. Garth insists that he and his pack don't harm humans and peacefully coexist. While Sam is more willing to trust Garth, Dean isn't after his long disappearance and due to his suspicious nature. As everything seems to be fine, Sam and Dean are lured into a trap by the local sheriff who is also a werewolf and are forced to kill him when he attacks. Looking for Garth, Sam finds him and his wife Bess missing and is kidnapped by a few members of the pack while Dean finds out that they worship Fenris and believe that when Ragnarok comes, they will rule over mankind. The wife of the minister plans to murder Garth and Bess and frame Sam and Dean to goad the rest of the pack who is willing to live in peace into action, but Dean arrives and kills the three werewolves running the plot. In the aftermath, Garth offers to return to hunting using his new werewolf powers to help, but Dean tells him to enjoy his new life, having realized that all werewolves aren't so bad. Dean tries to make up with Sam who agrees to return to hunting with Dean, but doesn't fully trust him anymore.|
|185||13||"The Purge"||Phil Sgriccia||Eric Charmelo & Nicole Snyder||February 4, 2014||4X5063||2.46|
|Dean finds a case in Stillwater, Minnesota where a 316 pound man was killed in his car and was 98 pounds afterwards. Thinking witchcraft, Sam and Dean investigate, leading them to weird suction marks on the man and another victim. After finding the same mark on a personal trainer, Sam and Dean go undercover at a nearby health spa where people mysteriously lose a lot of weight very fast. While tasting the spa's pudding, Dean gets drugged by roofies and they realize the spa's owner is a monster after Dean catches her eating refrigerated fat. At the same time Sam and Dean confront the woman, Maritza, her brother Alonzo kills her husband after he confronts him about the murders. Maritza explains she and Alonzo are Pishtaco, Peruvian parasitic monsters that feed on fat. Maritza set up the spa to harmlessly feed on human fat from her customers without harming anyone, but her brother wasn't content with that and wanted to feed on people until death. Tracking down Alonzo, Sam and Dean kill him and pass it off as a psycho serial killer to the police. Although Dean wants to kill Maritza too, Sam convinces him not to and they send her back to Peru instead. Later, Dean tries to clear the air between him and Sam about what he did to save him, but Sam points out that Dean did it for himself so he wouldn't be alone. When Dean tries to contend that Sam would do the same for him, Sam tells him he wouldn't, leaving Dean stunned.|
|186||14||"Captives"||Jerry Wanek||Robert Berens||February 25, 2014||4X5064||2.12|
|To Sam and Dean's surprise, they are visited by Kevin's ghost; since his death, he has trapped in the veil between worlds because spirits have been barred from Heaven by Metatron. Kevin has learned that his mother's alive and asks them to rescue her. Sam and Dean locate Linda (guest star Lauren Tom) in a storage facility in Witchita, Kansas, but are captured by a demon there in the guise of a storage facility employee who is working for Crowley and keeping Linda prisoner. The three manage to break free and Linda gets the satisfaction of killing the demon herself. She is reunited with Kevin's ghost and, despite the risks, decides to take him home with her. Before they leave, Kevin asks Sam and Dean to set aside their issues. Despite promising him they will, they go back to ignoring each other when he's gone. Meanwhile, Castiel is captured by Bartholomew, revealed to be a former subordinate of his who wants Castiel to ally with him to unite all of the angels. However, Castiel doesn't agree with Bartholomew's savage ways and wants to bring an end to the in-fighting he's causing. In a fight, Castiel is forced to kill him in self-defense. Afterwards, some of Bartholomew's followers approach Castiel to join him in his way of doing things.|
|187||15||"#THINMAN"||Jeannot Szwarc||Jenny Klein||March 4, 2014||4X5066||1.93|
|In Springdale, Washington, a teenage girl named Casey is killed by what appears to be a ghost. Sam and Dean investigate only to discover that their old ghost hunting rivals Ed and Harry of the Ghostfacers are also there investigating and believe that what they are dealing with is Thinman (a pastiche of Slender Man), some kind of monster that appears in various videos and pictures of unnatural deaths. Sam and Dean are confused because the deaths don't seem related to the supernatural and the pictures seem faked, but Thinman is proven real when he murders a diner manager. Eventually, Ed confesses that he invented Thinman to keep Harry from leaving to lead a normal life as their old teammates had. Harry escapes an attack by Thinman and Ed confesses the truth to him, infuriating the other man. Using tire tracks, Sam and Dean track down Thinman's car, but are knocked out by the local deputy, Norwood. Norwood reveals that he and a young man named Roger are Thinman and they are both humans who faked all the Thinman sightings then used it to go on a killing spree. They nearly kill Sam and Dean, but when Ed and Harry arrive, they get distracted allowing Sam and Dean to break free and fight back. Dean kills Roger and Harry is forced to kill Norwood to save Ed. Dean then covers up their involvement by staging the scene so it looks like Roger and Norwood killed each other. At the end of the episode, Harry refuses to forgive Ed for his deception and leaves the Ghostfacers and Ed behind for good.|
|188||16||"Blade Runners"||Serge Ladouceur||Brad Buckner & Eugenie Ross-Leming||March 18, 2014||4X5065||TBA|
|With Abaddon and Crowley searching for the First Blade, Sam and Dean must recruit the aid of a former Man of Letters to determine the Blade's location.|
|189||17||"Mother's Little Helper"||Misha Collins||Adam Glass||March 25, 2014||TBA|
|190||18||April 15, 2014||TBA|
|191||19||TBA||TBA||April 22, 2014||TBA|
|192||20||"Tribes"||Robert Singer||Andrew Dabb||April 29, 2014||TBA|
|193||21||TBA||TBA||May 6, 2014||TBA|
|194||22||TBA||TBA||May 13, 2014||TBA|
|195||23||TBA||TBA||May 20, 2014||TBA|
On February 11, 2013, CW president Mark Pedowitz confirmed an early renewal of Supernatural for its ninth season, with the season premiere debuting on Tuesday, October 8, 2013. It is confirmed, as of February 25, 2013 that Misha Collins will be a regular cast member. He will also direct an episode in Season 9, At Comic-Con 2013 Collins confirmed that he'll direct the 17th episode. The series has moved back to Tuesday. A new, unnamed character will be introduced in episode twenty of this season, which will serve as a backdoor pilot for a potential Supernatural spin-off series.
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