Supernatural: 20 Things That Make No Sense About Dean And Sam’s Relationship
Without the bond shared by Sam and Dean Winchester, Supernatural would be substantially poorer. Over the course of the many seasons the. #TT: The transformation of the Winchester brothers' relationship throughout Dean was shocked to learn Sammy had visions, while Sam didn't. Dean is confused and angered by this because of the relationship Sam and John had. Sam tells Dean the reason is because John is dead, which is why Sam.
Before he can finish, Dean finds out that if the trials are completed, Sam will perish. While it would be painful for Dean to lose his brother, protecting the entire world from Demons may be worth the cost of one life. Despite this, Dean begs Sam to stop and think about himself. The message was emotional and fans loved seeing the bond that the brothers share, but they had a chance to shutdown Hell and save thousands of lives, yet they chose not to in order to save one man.
Every pair of brothers has had their fair share of fights and conflict, and Sam and Dean are no different. After years of doing this, it would make sense for the two to no longer get along, but somehow they manage to make their relationship work.
The creators never intended for the brothers to be paired together in a romantic way and have made jokes about the idea. They're legendary, in fact. While their codependent behavior is a major part of the show and an aspect that many fans enjoy, it causes a lot of problems. The biggest weakness of any Winchester is family. Sound off in the comments! The discovery The first three seasons was about the discovery of the characters.
We did that through the brothers.
As they grew closer, we grew closer and fell deeper into the SPNFamily. We found a bond that could be broken by distance or heartache. Trust and support In the next two years, the brothers went through a turbulent time.
Dean returned from Hell, struggling to cope with everything he had done. Meanwhile, Sam struggled with his addiction to demon blood and the power it gave him.
Trips to the past, meeting a new although deceased brother, and seeing the dark future that threatened to come helped to pull the Winchesters back together. They mourned over the loss of close friends and found strength within each other to make it through. It was arguably the hardest two years for the Winchesters, but they got through it. Even if it was with the sad ending that could have been an epic but traumatic Series Finale.
Dean had to leave his apple pie life and arrange for memories to be wiped to protect people he cared deeply about. At this point, Ruby reveals that she was leading Sam along the entire time so he would break the seal. Dean finally enters the room and kills Ruby with her own knife, while Sam holds her in place. Sam apologizes to his brother as a white light shows a portal beginning to open. Sam loses his demon powers, claiming that the force that transported him and Dean onto the plane cleaned him up.
He feels tremendous guilt for starting Armageddon and is told by Dean that he doesn't think he can trust Sam anymore due to Sam choosing a demon over his own brother. Although tempted to kill Brady immediately, Sam realizes that Brady is needed to find Pestilence's location and with the help of the demon Crowley they discover the horseman's location — after which Dean allows Sam to kill Brady.
He then proceeds to confront Lucifer, who reveals that he knows about their plan. Seeing no other options left, Sam says yes anyway. A bright light shines and Dean looks upon an unconscious Sam as he opens the portal to Lucifer's prison. Although "Sam" says that he has Lucifer under control, it is shown that Lucifer was just taunting Dean. Lucifer closes the portal and takes the rings before disappearing.
At an unknown location, Sam continues to fight Lucifer internally for control over his body. While talking through a mirror, Lucifer tries to persuade Sam to embrace their union by slaughtering demons that were watching Sam throughout his entire life. As Lucifer is about to deliver a fatal blow, he catches a glimpse of a toy soldier stuck in the car's ash tray triggering Sam's memory of jamming the soldier in there as a boy. The sudden arousal of Sam's childhood memories and those of the bond of brotherhood he shares with Dean allows him to overpower Lucifer and regain control of his body.
Sam takes out the rings, reopens the portal, and prepares to throw himself in. Having been temporarily banished by Castiel, Michael returns and attempts to stop him, but Sam jumps in, pulling Michael also with him — trapping both Lucifer and Michael in Lucifer's cage.
The ground closes up with a stunned, devastated Dean watching. Later, it is shown that Dean fulfills his promise to Sam and has gone back to find Lisa.
As he sits down with her and Ben for dinner, a street light outside goes out, and underneath it inexplicably is Sam secretly watching the three with a blank look on his face. Upon their reunion, Sam reveals that he has been back this whole time searching for whatever force brought him back and hunting with his mother's side of the family, the Campbells, led by their grandfather Samuel who was also resurrected.
These include using a baby as bait, allowing a child to go through a torturous treatment to gain information, and allowing Dean to become a vampire. Castiel then reveals that Sam's soul is not with him and is still trapped in Lucifer's Cage.
Crowley then states that if Sam and Dean help him he will return Sam's soul, but if they do not help him he will send Sam back to Hell. He gives Sam's mind a "protective wall" to prevent any negative effects it might have on him otherwise, but Death also warns him not to scratch at the wall he has built, or his memories from Hell will destroy him.
In the season finale, Sam spends much of the episode attempting to recoup his shattered soul, including the memories of his soulless self and tortured self. Once complete, he reawakens, though still struggling with the visions of the Cage that his soul endured. Season 7 After Castiel's actions result in the release of the Leviathans — God's first creations — Sam is left struggling with the restoration of his memories of his time in Hell, even if he remains dedicated to helping Dean and others stop the Leviathans.
During this time, he has a reunion with his old Kitsune friend, Amy Pond, who has become a mortician feeding on the dead to sustain her, although Dean nevertheless kills her when he discovers that she has been killing to help her sick son.
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As Sam experiences hallucinations of Lucifer taunting him with the idea that he is still in Hell, he initially tries to control them by focusing on wounds he sustains in the real world, but matters become worse when he is forced to rely on information from the hallucination to save Dean. As his mental state becomes worse, Sam foregoes sleep to stop his visions, but is sent to an asylum when he is hit by a car while running away from Lucifer.
While trying to find a healer who may be able to repair Sam, Dean encounters an amnesiac Castiel, who, when restored to his full powers, sacrifices himself by taking Sam's mental damage. Sam is shown to possess great guilt about this and rejects hope that Bobby's ghost may be helping them out after an attempt to communicate with him fails.
Sam is initially happy when it is shown that Bobby's ghost is there helping them, but changes his mind after Bobby shows more and more signs of becoming a vengeful spirit. During the final battle at Sucrocorp, Sam rescues Kevin Tran — a Prophet who can read the Word of God — and is horrified to hear of Dick Roman's plan to kill all the skinny people in the world through poison in their coffee creamers. After Dick explodes, Dean and Castiel disappear and Crowley appears and takes Kevin, leaving Sam completely on his own, not knowing Dean and Castiel are now trapped in Purgatory.
Season 8 The year Sam spends while Dean and Castiel are trapped in Purgatory is revealed through various flashbacks in the first half of the season. Now left on his own, Sam believes that Dean had been killed when Dick exploded, and gives up hunting.
After several months, he accidentally runs over a stray dog and, panicked, takes it to an animal hospital. The veterinarian who saves the dog's life — Amelia Richardson — convinces Sam to take responsibility for the stray by adopting it.
They find out that Kevin had managed to escape from Crowley six months ago and left Sam a string of desperate voice messages, begging for help. Sam feels guilty and joins Dean in tracking down Kevin, who reveals that he has discovered a passage in the Word of God that would banish all demons from Earth forever.