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When killing Alastair , Sam was able to do so with ease, but Lilith required extreme concentration and will, the result of which drained him of all his powers upon completion.
After consuming several gallons of demon blood in preparation for becoming Lucifer's vessel, Sam was powerful enough to kill two demons without moving a muscle.
Sam is also capable of inflicting intense pain on any demon, which proves useful in torturing them for information for the agony is so great that Lilith's servant begged for death after just a few minutes of exposure.
However, after her resurrection, Lilith insisted that Sam was only able to kill her because she allowed him to.
Sam has a sixth sense that allows him to detect impressions or a sense of supernatural presence. Sam describes this as a "vibe" 1. When Sam came back from Lucifer's Cage his soul was left behind which left him completely emotionless.
The new Sam will do anything to kill monsters, even let his own brother be turned into a vampire. Sam claims that it has a few benefits that have allowed him to become a better hunter: he doesn't need to sleep or really eat anymore, he has a higher pain tolerance and was able to lie to the goddess Veritas , even though she can make all other people, even Dean , tell the truth.
This soulless version of Sam has also been proved to be quite dangerous, with his lack of emotion or empathy for others makes him something of a sociopath.
He doesn't seem to care about those he works with, or even his brother Dean, as he just uses those close to him to achieve his own ends.
This comes to an end by the middle of season six, when Death restores Sam's soul. Age 6 months: Sam is visited in his nursery by the Yellow-Eyed Demon , who drips demon blood into his mouth.
When Mary interrupts him, the demon kills her, pinning her to the ceiling and setting the house on fire. John saves Sam and Dean carries him from their burning home.
While a bored Dean leaves briefly, Sam is attacked by a shtriga , but is rescued by John. Age 8: Dean and Sam are again on their own in a motel in Broken Bow, Nebraska on Christmas Eve.
Until this age Sam believes his mother died in a car accident, and doesn't know John is a hunter. Age Sam wins a Division Championship Soccer trophy, which he later finds in John's lock-up.
Age On July 4, , Sam and Dean set off a box full of fireworks in an empty field. As Dean recalls, they "burned the field down.
Age In summer , Sam, Dean and John hunt a werewolf. Around age Sam was a Mathlete in high school, as remembered by Travis.
Around age In , Sam researches kitsune alone in a library and feeds the information to Dean and John, who are hunting one, by cellphone.
He wants them to stop bothering him so that he can try to have a normal time. At the library he meets a girl named Amy , and helps her fend off two bullies.
She invites him to her house in thanks. They have common ground in that their families are always on the road, and they feel out of place, like freaks.
They kiss. Amy's mother returns, and Amy hides Sam in a closet. Amy and her mother are both kitsune, and her mother has seen Dean and John tracking her.
Amy tries to sneak Sam out, but her mother finds him and would have killed him, but Amy killed her instead. Sam lets Amy go. Sometime as a teenager presumably : At some point in his teenage years, when living in Flagstaff, Arizona, Sam ran away from home on "Dean's watch"; he was gone for two weeks and adopted a dog, "Bones", and lived on junkfood.
See Canon Discrepancies. Age Sam starts dating Jessica Moore He tells Dean in 1. Sam is 22 and about to enter law school, when Dean turns up unexpectedly at his apartment in Palo Alto.
The two have not spoken for some time see Canon Discrepancies for how long. But their father is missing, and Dean asks Sam to help find him.
After a weekend of searching, Sam returns to the apartment he shares with Jessica only to find that she has been killed in the same manner as his mother.
This spurs Sam to embark on a journey to find their missing father and get vengeance on the demon. While John Winchester is missing, he occasionally contacts the boys to leave them new missions to complete.
The boys fend off mystical creatures such as the Woman in White , the wendigo , folklore's Bloody Mary , and shapeshifters. Through these missions, Sam begins experiencing episodes of precognition and once displays telekinesis.
The season finale concludes with Sam, Dean , and their father John escaping from a clash with the Yellow-Eyed Demon in Salvation, Iowa.
While Sam is driving the Winchesters to a hospital after Dean and John were hurt, a truck crashes into them, causing massive damage to Dean's Impala with the Winchesters inside.
In the beginning of the second season, Sam takes a more active role in the hunting. He tells Dean that this is what their dad would have wanted him to do.
Dean and Sam meet with three people that John once knew: Ellen Harvelle , her daughter Jo , and their computer genius associate Ash.
They assist the brothers in their hunting. He is also immune to the demonic sulfur virus in 2. Dean was told that if he could not save Sam, he would have to kill him.
Sam is convinced that he must save as many people as he can in order to change his destiny, as he drunkenly states in 2. The angel is later revealed to be the spirit of Father Thomas Gregory.
We learn in this episode that Sam has faith and prays regularly. While possessed Sam killed Steve Wandell , attacked Jo and shot and beat up Dean.
It is initially difficult to exorcise as it has used a spell signified by a brand on Sam's arm to bind itself to Sam's body.
Neither Sam nor Dean had ever hunted, and Jessica is Sam's fiancee. In the first episode of the season finale of season two, 2. It was revealed that there is demon's blood in Sam and his mother Mary Winchester knew who the demon was, much to Sam's surprise.
He is stabbed by a soldier named Jake and dies in his older brother's arms just as he and fellow hunter Bobby arrive to the rescue.
It is unknown where Sam's soul went after his death, although in 5. In the second episode of the season finale, Dean made a deal with a crossroads demon to deliver himself to Hell in one year, in exchange for Sam's life.
Sam doesn't know of what happened while he was dead, and is in fact unaware he was ever dead in the first place. In the following battle to prevent Jake and the Yellow-Eyed Demon from unleashing a demonic army, Sam shoots and kills Jake, unloading over ten bullets into his body.
This is the first time Sam kills a man, or someone that isn't a demon, and he seems to show no remorse. Sam figures out that he was dead, and tells Dean he'll get him out of the deal he made, no matter what.
Throughout season three Sam's quest is to find the loophole in Dean 's contract with the crossroads demon in order to save Dean from going to Hell.
For a while, Sam is quietly and fondly exasperated about Dean's hedonistic tendencies, but Dean's borderline suicidal behavior is bothering him a lot.
Sam tries everything in his power to save Dean, he even goes as far as to summon the crossroad demon and shoot her with the Colt.
He receives unlikely help from Ruby , a demon who reveals that not everybody in Hell is opposed to Sam, that in fact, there a demons who are very much behind Sam.
Sam also learns, that he holds dubious fame as the "boy-king" or rather "the Antichrist," something that brings fellow hunter Gordon Walker to pick up his trail and hunt him down.
In the episode 3. A notable episode is 3. The episode shows what will become of Sam when Dean goes to Hell - namely a single-minded, dead-inside hull of a person.
To save Dean, Sam even goes as far as to consider using a questionable scientific method which helps a homicidal doctor, Doc Benton to stay "alive" in a Frankenstein-like body.
Ruby , who claims to know a way to help Sam save Dean - but who revealed to Dean that she was lying in episode 3. In the season finale, 3.
Throughout the course of season four, Sam's activities while Dean was in Hell are slowly revealed. Sam was in despair after Dean's death, and tried to make a deal with a crossroads demon , but no demon would deal with him.
He drinks to excess and acts recklessly, until Ruby makes contact with him and begins to teach him how to use his demon-given powers.
Ruby possesses the body of a comatose woman whose soul has already fled. In a short time, Sam and Ruby become lovers, and Ruby is able to shake Sam out of his depression to some extent.
Together, they hunt demons and Sam exorcises them and sends them back to Hell using his powers. Sam is overwhelmed when Dean returns from Hell, but the two quickly begin fighting.
Castiel informs Dean of Sam's use of his powers, leading up to a minor fallout between the brothers, as Dean tries to get him to stop using them and stop hanging out with Ruby.
Sam, who is more religious than Dean , is delighted to find that angels are helping them, but is severely disillusioned in 4.
Also a shock is that Uriel treats Sam with complete disgust, threatening to kill him as soon as Sam is no longer useful. Sam promises Dean to stop using his abilities, but quickly breaks the promise.
Season four shows a colder, less emotional Sam. He blatantly lies to Dean and has also become much more accepting of collateral damage and incidental loss of human life.
Finally, in 4. In this episode, he has become strong enough to torture Alastair to the point of making him reveal information though Dean's torturing methods could not make him give any information away , and then subsequently kill Alastair.
Apparently, he has not seen Ruby in awhile, which therefore means that he has not had much demon blood.
He desperately calls Ruby and drinks the last of his supply. Though previously he was strong enough to kill Alastair , a very powerful demon, now he can't even exorcise a low-ranking demon.
Dean is worried about Sam because he recognizes that Sam is strung out and that he cannot use his ability. Later, when Sam and Dean go to save Jimmy Novak and his family from demons , Sam loses control and drinks a demon's blood, right in front of Castiel and Dean.
This leads Dean to call Bobby Singer , and together, they lock Sam in Bobby's panic room to help Sam detox. He thinks he is being tortured by Alastair and then he seems himself as a fourteen year old.
He also sees his mother, and then thinks that Dean is taunting him and calling him a monster. Later, Castiel lets Sam out of the panic room on the angels' orders.
Sam immediately takes off to find Ruby where he drinks a lot of her blood and learns that there are only a few seals left, and the last seal must be broken by Lilith herself.
Dean eventually finds him which results in a major fight where Sam almost strangles Dean. As Sam turns to leave, Dean echoes John Winchester's words, saying that if Sam leaves, he should never come back.
When Sam and Ruby finally reach Lilith, he kills her, with his eyes turning black because of the amount of demon blood he had to ingest. Once Lilith is dead, he learns that Ruby had been working to raise Lucifer all along.
When Dean bursts into the room, Sam holds Ruby while Dean kills her with her own knife. Sam and Dean then watch in horror as Lucifer 's door is finally opened.
However, Dean and Sam temporarily part ways, leaving Sam in a normal life until he is approached by Lucifer , who appears in the form of the deceased Jess.
Lucifer tells Sam that he is his true vessel, in conjunction with Dean being the archangel Michael 's true vessel. It is revealed in 5.
Brady taunts Sam that perhaps the reason he is so angry and so easily manipulated by demons is because of all the demon blood inside of him.
Sam still lives with a craving for demon blood. Sam also admits that he is angry all the time although he is unsure as to why, a trait that Lucifer tells him he will need when Sam finally agrees to be his vessel.
After discovering that Lucifer can he locked back into his Cage using the rings of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse , Sam considers the enormous task of allowing the Devil to possess him in order for Sam to push him back into Hell.
Lucifer appears to take full control of Sam and starts a number of natural disasters around the globe. He also gathers all the remaining minions of Azazel who have been keeping watch over Sam his entire life including a grade school teacher and Sam's prom date, Rachel Nave.
Lucifer informs Sam that they were always meant to be this way, two parts of the same whole and that Lucifer is Sam's true family.
Lucifer meets Michael in the chosen area for the final battle, during which he kills both Castiel and Bobby and severely injures Dean. However, Dean tells Sam that he's there for him and after glancing into the Impala , Sam's memories return enough for him to take control of his body again.
Sam opens the gate to Hell and pulls Michael in with him, effectively stopping their battle. Dean accepts Sam's final request, to find Lisa Braeden and live a normal life, and sits down with them in their home.
However, just outside the window, staring in at them, is Sam. A year after the events of season five, Sam reveals himself and reunites with Dean in 6.
Sam reveals to Dean he has been back practically the entire time and has spent the past year hunting alongside the remaining Campbells.
Dean and Sam begin hunting together again in 6. However, it is immediately apparent that Sam is not the same person he was before. He is shown to be a more cold and calculating person than before and also a more efficient and ruthless hunter, particularly when he doesn't object to torturing a young boy in order to gain information about their case which horrifies Dean.
When Dean confronts Sam about the fact he is acting differently, Sam denies that Hell affected him in the same way that it did Dean and that he is absolutely fine though Dean doesn't buy it.
Samuel Campbell confronts Sam about knowing about the cure for being turned which Sam denies ever having known and suggests that Sam actually allowed Dean to be turned to be used as a bait, something the old Sam would never have considered doing.
It is confirmed by Crowley that he was barely able to bring Sam's body back from the cage and his soul is still in there with Michael and Lucifer.
It is suggested by Castiel, Crowley and even Death that Sam's soul is "mutilated" and "flayed to the raw nerve", and even if they are able to retrieve it, Sam may die from the damage done.
Sam does not want his soul back and goes to extreme lengths to prevent this from happening, even almost killing Bobby.
However, even though Dean loses the bet, Death does bring Sam's soul back and creates a mental wall within Sam's mind to deal with the memories of Hell before he forces it back into Sam's screaming body.
Sam remains unconscious for ten days after the return of his soul. When Castiel examines his soul at the beginning of 6.
Nonetheless, Sam does regain consciousness, and has no memory of the past year and a half, either from Hell or from Earth.
He is overjoyed to see Dean and Bobby alive and well, and eagerly hugs them both. He is hungry, and curious to know how he has been saved.
Dean chooses not to tell him what has actually happened, and Bobby reluctantly follows his lead. Sam is ready to start hunting at once and joins Dean to investigate the disappearances of some girls under strange circumstances.
Sam believes that Dean never went back to Lisa after the Apocalypse was stopped, and when Dean tells him briefly that after a year, his relationship with Lisa did not work out, Sam is sympathetic.
As they interrogate witnesses, Sam's empathy and thoughtfulness provide a stark contrast to RoboSam 's methods. Sam is quick to realize that Dean is not telling him the whole truth, so he prays to Castiel.
The angel appears, glad to see Sam intact. Sam hides his memory loss, and from Castiel's questions, realizes that he had been on Earth without his soul.
He hides his surprise, and asks the angel to help him remember some of the details that are fuzzy. Dean and Sam rescue the girls and defeat a dragon , and when they return to Bobby 's, Sam apologizes to Dean for what he did while he was soulless.
He feels that he needs to make amends where he can, even if he is not entirely responsible. As they investigate a case in 6. He discovers the brutal way in which he dealt with the victims of an arachne , one of whom was turned and drew him back to the town.
At the end of the investigation, he drops to the floor convulsing as he recalls some of the torment he endured in Lucifer's Cage. He awakens after a few minutes, remembering about a week of his experiences in the pit.
Sam is sufficiently recovered to run the next case himself, and encourages Dean to follow up on a call he received from Ben.
He lives in a mansion decorated with art of himself and owns an alpaca. In spite of the wealth he has in this world and his enjoyment of his alternate universe wife, he wants to return to his own world, where his life matters.
Eve remains a focus for the brothers, and they track her during 6. And Then There Were None. They find themselves the victim of her new creation, the Khan worm , which possesses Samuel Campbell.
Sam is forced to kill him, and in spite of everything, regrets that his grandfather has died. The brothers lose Rufus , but manage to save Bobby.
The brothers also deal with repercussions from the angelic civil war, including Balthazar 's saving of the Titanic, and the attempts by Fate to kill off the survivors.
Sam and Dean agree to act as bait for her, and she is stopped when Castiel agrees to re-sink the Titanic. Eventually, Sam remembers that there is a hunter's library in the Campbell Compound , and leads Dean and Bobby there in search of a way to kill Eve.
They discover that phoenix ash is her weakness, and that Samuel Colt reported the death of a phoenix in They arrange for Castiel to send them back in time.
Dean tracks the phoenix while Sam goes to find Samuel Colt. He proves he is from the future using his Blackberry, and impresses Colt with his knowledge, but the older hunter is not interested in helping, as he is 'retired'.
Sam reminds him that hunters cannot retire, and persuades him to give up the Colt so that Dean can use it to kill the phoenix.
They do not get the ashes, but Samuel Colt manages to send a package to Bobby's house in the present day using the information from Sam's Blackberry.
Sam, Dean , Bobby , and Castiel go in pursuit of Eve armed with the ashes. They find a city that Eve has populated with monsters in 6.
Together they manage to defeat Eve after she drinks the phoenix ashes when she bites Dean, but discover that Crowley is alive.
Sam and Bobby both suspect that this can only have been because Castiel is in league with Crowley. They are proven right in 6. Sam, Dean, and Bobby try to find Crowley on their own, but are blocked by Castiel, who has, as they discover, been spying on them.
They trap him in a flaming ring of holy oil to interrogate him. Castiel tries to defend himself, revealing that he resurrected Sam. Sam is shocked, and suspects Castiel of having deliberately left his soul behind.
Crowley strikes at the brothers in 6. Dean tortures demons to find them, and Sam tries to keep him calm. He offers to take over, but Dean refuses.
Sam prays to Castiel for help even though Dean suspects Castiel's complicity in the kidnapping. Castiel listens invisibly. The brothers later summon Balthazar, telling him about Castiel's involvement with Crowley.
The angel is surprised, though he lies to cover it. He later gives them Lisa and Ben's location. The brothers go to rescue them, but Sam is caught, and Dean must complete the mission alone.
They rush an injured Lisa to the hospital, where she is expected to die, until Castiel appears and heals her.
Dean then has him take away all their memories of the Winchesters. Sam disagrees with his decision, and thinks it is a low thing to do.
He hides in a bar and tells the bartender Robin he does not know who he is. After a few flashes of memory surface, she drives him to his hotel, and he finds Bobby's address.
They head for South Dakota, and it suddenly switches from night to day. Sam also smells whiskey and Old Spice aftershave.
A soulless version of himself tries to kill him. Sam realizes that he is trapped in his own mind. He manages to kill his soulless counterpart and absorbs him.
He then remembers the last year, including Robin , a woman whom a crossroads demon was using as a human shield, who Sam shoots. However, the seal is still broken.
Uriel warns Sam against using his demonic powers and says that he will kill Sam as soon as Sam ceases to be useful to the angels.
Still annoyed by Dean stopping him from smiting the town, Uriel tells Sam to ask Dean what he remembers from Hell, implying that Dean does, in fact, remember what happened to him there.
Meanwhile, Castiel reveals to Dean that his true orders were always to follow Dean's orders to test his leadership under battlefield conditions, though even he does not know if Dean passed the test.
He confesses that he does not know what the "right" choice would be and that he has his own doubts, though he does not show them.
Lastly, Castiel warns that hard times are ahead and says that he doesn't envy Dean for what is to come.
Sam and Dean investigate Concrete, Washington , a small town where the wishing well really works. A teddy bear comes to life, a boy who is always bullied gets super strength, someone wins the lottery, and the town geek gets a hot girlfriend.
The brothers realize that while everyone is happy now, the end result will be disastrous because the magic will inevitably go wrong. The boys find that the origin is a magic coin that causes a fountain to become a wishing well, being that the coin's power is drawn from the goddess Tiamat.
The only way to reverse the wishes is for the person who put the coin there to remove it. It turns out to be the geek and he is reluctant to do so, but after one of the wishes results in Sam's death, he removes the coin, reversing all the wishes.
Sam melts the coin down. At the same time, Dean helps the kid who was bullied keep up his new image of strength to prevent bullying in the future.
With Sam having asked about what Uriel had meant by what Dean remembers of Hell, Dean finally admits to Sam that he does remember everything that happened in Hell, but refuses to tell him anything else, as Sam wouldn't be able to understand.
Ruby returns to give Sam and Dean a lead: other demons are searching for an escaped mental patient named Anna Milton Julie McNiven , who was locked up after she went into hysterics because she heard angels talking in her head about the upcoming Apocalypse and needed to be restrained after trying to warn people.
Sam and Dean investigate and find that Ruby was telling the truth and that Anna's claims about the Apocalypse are uncannily accurate.
After finding her parents dead at her home, Sam and Dean track Anna to her father's church, where Ruby arrives to warn them that one of the "heavy-hitter" demons looking for Anna has been following them since Anna's house.
They are unable to escape before the demon attacks them. It is then revealed that the new demon, whose name is Alastair Mark Rolston , knows Dean from his time in Hell.
While Alastair takes Sam out and beats up Dean, Ruby escapes with Anna. Sam recovers and stabs Alastair with Ruby's knife; while it doesn't kill him, it gives the Winchesters the chance to flee to safety.
Believing they were set up by Ruby, Dean lashes out at Sam for trusting her, so Sam tells him what happened during the months Dean was in Hell.
Sam's account is depicted in flashbacks, which show that he encountered Ruby Anna Williams again for the first time since Dean's death, while drunk and trying in vain to bring Dean back.
Though Ruby had been tortured and eventually released from Hell by Lilith on the condition that she kill Sam, she had only agreed to it to trick Lilith into setting her free, as she still wanted to help Sam.
However, Sam rejected her because she couldn't save Dean from Hell, and demanded that she leave her host body to spare the host.
Ruby acquiesced and possessed the body of a brain-dead coma patient Cortese whose life support had just been cut so that she would not be usurping someone else's life.
She then returned to Sam, and he agreed to let her teach him how to use his powers to kill Lilith and avenge Dean.
In the meantime, she made him quit drinking and provided him with some physical comfort, when she seduced him. She finally earned his trust when she came after him and saved him from a trap Lilith had prepared for him, even though he had threatened to kill her if she tried to intervene.
After the last flashback, Ruby briefly takes a different host Michelle-Hewitt Williams to find the Winchesters and give them Anna's location.
There, Dean extends an olive branch of sorts to Ruby Cortese due to his appreciation of how she helped Sam in his absence, and Sam is forced to break the news to a devastated Anna that her parents are dead.
The episode ends on a cliffhanger, with Castiel and Uriel appearing and demanding to be taken to Anna so that they can kill her. Miller Tobin.
Anna banishes Castiel and Uriel by cutting her wrists and drawing a mysterious symbol in her blood, though she doesn't know how she knew to do it.
Wanting answers, Dean and Sam call upon Pamela, who uses hypnosis on Anna to unlock her memories of her mysterious early years. Doing so restores Anna's memories of what she truly is: a fallen angel who had become human by ripping out her Grace which she describes as being like an energy that is intrinsic to angels.
Sam manages to track down her Grace, which would turn her back into an angel and restore all her powers, but when the group goes to retrieve it, they find that it has already been taken.
Anna receives an ultimatum from the angels, that she is to be given to them or else Dean will be sent back to Hell.
The group seems to be at a loss for a plan. That night, Anna approaches Dean and tries to broach the subject of what happened in Hell. Although he can't talk about it, she offers him reassurance and kisses him, which culminates in them having sex in the Impala on her last night on Earth.
Meanwhile, Ruby goes to Alastair with the proposition of her handing over Anna if he will let her and the Winchesters go.
He instead captures and tortures her with her own knife for the others' location. At the same time, Dean is forced to give their location away to Uriel, who has invaded his dreams and is revealed to be the one who took Anna's Grace, under threat to Sam.
The demons and angels arrive and battle each other. During the confusion, Anna retrieves her Grace from Uriel. In a flash of light, she becomes an angel again and she and Alastair vanish.
Castiel and Uriel, too, leave, in pursuit of Anna. It is revealed that Ruby and Dean betraying the others was all part of Sam's plan to get the angels and demons to fight it out to give them the opportunity they needed.
In the episode's ending, Dean confides in Sam that it was forty years in Hell instead of four months and that every day, Alastair tortured him and then offered him release from the torture if he tortured souls himself.
After thirty years, Dean finally gave in, but is now haunted by his actions. Since the previous episode, Sam and Dean have been hunting non-stop at Dean's insistence.
This episode has them investigate a murderous young female spirit inside the walls of a suspected haunted house in Stratton, Nebraska.
Complications ensue when a family of five moves in, and the "spirit" turns out to be two humans, a young pair of sibling feral children who are the product of incest and years of abuse and who are willing to kill to protect their home.
The brothers fail to get the family to leave, but when the son is kidnapped through the walls, they look to Sam and Dean to rescue the boy. Dean manages to rescue the son, but is forced to shoot the feral brother dead in self-defense while the father of the family is forced to stab the girl to death to protect his wife and daughter.
In the ending, Dean reflects on the children with pity, sympathizing with them on what they had become after a lifetime of abuse because of how he himself had tortured souls in Hell after being tortured to the breaking point.
He believes that he is even worse than the feral children because they hadn't understood what they were doing and took no pleasure in it, whereas he had in Hell, having relished the opportunity to inflict pain on others after having endured so much himself.
Sam and Dean attend a magician 's convention in Sioux City, Iowa where it seems that real magic is being performed. Their investigation leads them to Charlie John Rubinstein , Jay Barry Bostwick and Vernon Richard Libertini , three friends who were famous magicians in their day but have now been replaced by flashier, younger magicians.
Jay's despair over this drives him to perform numerous tricks on-stage that should have killed him and yet he comes out unscathed, while magicians who had irritated the three older magicians die of mysterious wounds reflective of the trick at the same time.
Sam and Dean suspect that Jay is a witch and go after him, but he is innocent. After Charlie is the next victim of his death tricks, Jay realizes that Vernon must be the one responsible and agrees to help Sam and Dean flush him out.
While collecting the slippers, Dean touches the slippers, and begins to be drawn to them, much to his embarrassment as the slippers attracted those interested or practiced in ballet.
Before the slippers take their hold, Sam and Dean find the antiques dealer who sold the slippers, and multiple empty curse boxes, as he had sold three other cursed objects.
The brothers race to retrieve the cursed objects, although they fail to save one woman, who drinks steaming water from a cursed tea kettle and kills herself.
After locking away the cursed objects, the dealer reveals that his mother collected the objects presumably being a hunter , and was recently killed in a car crash after selling her store to a realtor named Joyce, who has recently been buying up several properties in town.
Getting the paranoid Frank to dig into the company and its subsidiary, Dean discovers that it is a Leviathan front. Meanwhile, Sam, tired from forced sleep deprivation due to Lucifer haunting him, inadvertently attracts the attention of Joyce's assistant, George, while getting coffee.
George then follows Sam to the antiques dealer. The Leviathans then set up a trap, forcing the dealer to say he touched a cursed object to lure the brothers to the store.
Once there, the monsters attack the brothers. However, George, tired of Joyce's belittling behavior and reckless impatience, subtly aids Sam and Dean in beheading Joyce, gleefully planning to eat her.
Due to their shock, George briefly describes to the brothers that the only real way to kill a Leviathan was to eat them or force them to eat themselves, via 'bibbing' and that in this situation, he means them and the people of the town no harm.
Sam and Dean then discover that the properties were bought to make way for a research center dedicated to curing cancer, bewildering them as to why the Leviathans would be helping humans.
Heading to Frank's trailer with the cursed objects, the brothers find the trailer wrecked on the inside, with blood sprayed everywhere.
Lucifer has driven Sam to the point of mental breakdown, because of which he is now committed to a mental institution. Dean promises Sam to find a cure to this illness and calls every hunter in the diary.
However, no hunter is able to help him. When he gets up, and moves to get a beer, the diary is thrown onto the floor and a card falls from it, with a number of the hunter who can help him.
The hunter eventually leads Dean to a faith healer named Emanuel, who fixed his injuries and encourages Dean to get in touch with him. When Dean goes to meet with Emanuel, he finds that the Demons are also interested in this healer, and are searching for him.
Eventually, when Dean does find Emanuel he discovers him to be Castiel. Castiel has no memory of his past life as an angel and now works as a faith healer.
Dean convinces him to come with him to heal Sam of his mental break down. However, along the way, Meg shows up and asks to be a part of the trip.
Once they reach the hospital, they find it covered by demons. Castiel kills the demons, and along the way, gains back his memories.
However, the guilt of his actions make him leave. Dean stops him and convinces him to try and save Sam.
While in the hospital, Sam meets with a woman, who is haunted by the ghost of her dead brother. Her brother is stuck on Earth and cannot move to his afterlife.
Sam asks this woman if she has any of her brother's objects. She tells him about her bracelet, which has his blood on it.
Sam asks the woman to create a circle of salt. While they are in it and about to burn the bracelet, her brother shows up and is about to harm them.
Sam then burns the bracelet, giving the girl freedom from her brother's ghost. However, his actions lead to him being taken for electroshock therapy where the orderly turns out to be a demon who tortures him.
Castiel finds him in time to save him, but fails to heal him. He does the next best thing: transfers Sam's madness and experience in Hell, to himself.
So while Sam is released, Castiel stays in the hospital plagued with the visions of Lucifer. Meg takes up a job in the hospital, to support Castiel, and look after him.
Then a hunter Garth DJ Qualls is shown exiting his car. Garth at first believes it's the ghost of a local legend and torches her bones, however, to his surprise, there is still another dead body reported, hence he calls Dean for help.
Sam, Dean and Garth investigate the case, and find out through a translator that the monster is targeting the children of the owners of a local brewery.
They find out that the owners had removed one of their partners, who wasn't in favor of selling the brewery. This partner, Dale, had literally been the brain behind the company, and loved the company like his own child and upon being removed from his position, had taken his own life.
Another important story is that of Bobby's ghost. Sam tells him it's just his mind playing tricks on him, as Sam had done a Ouija Board, and had no response.
However, Garth, Dean and Sam both find that whenever an EMF meter is put next to Dean, it lights up. Eventually, when they are about to leave the motel they were staying in, Dean goes back to get Bobby's flask that he left behind.
It is then shown that Bobby is present through the flask, but Dean's inability to see him saddens him greatly. Sam and Dean get a call from Annie Hawkins Jamie Luner , an old hunter friend, asking for help on a case in Bodega Bay, California.
When they arrive in town, they find out Annie has disappeared. They trace her last whereabouts to an old abandoned house that is haunted by a powerful ghost.
Unknown to them, the ghost of Bobby is following them around, having tied himself to his old flask that they carry. He finds the house populated by mostly mindless ghosts and the spirit of Whitman Van Ness.
Bobby discovers the ghost of Annie and the two try to solve the murders. They discover that Van Ness murdered all these people and trapped them in the house, but Bobby gets pulled away when the boys leave before he can learn anything else.
Having finally learned how to properly use his ghostly abilities from an arrogant ghost named Haskel Crane, Bobby is able to leave Sam and Dean a message that Annie is trapped and that he is still with them.
They return to the house where the ghost of a prostitute named Victoria lets them know about Van Ness before he destroys her. Sam and Dean head off to find and destroy Van Ness' bones with the ghost following them after he ties himself to an object he places in Sam's pocket.
Bobby and Annie manage to discover the bodies of all the victims and plan to burn them to put the ghosts to rest. However, after Van Ness attacks them, Dean destroys the object and Van Ness returns to his house where he tries to destroy and absorb Bobby.
Just in time, Dean burns Van Ness' bones, destroying him. They return to the house where Bobby is now visible to the Winchesters.
Bobby leads them to the remains of Van Ness' victims, including Annie, and they burn them, putting them all to rest. Dean, however, is furious that Bobby stayed as it's unnatural and he should've moved on.
Bobby, furious, disappears, but listens invisibly in the boys' backseat as they discuss the situation, unsure how to handle it and how it will turn out.
At the same time, Bobby appears to Sam and Dean and explains the Leviathans' great plot which he learned before Roman killed him: everything they're working towards is to turn humanity into the perfect food source for as long as the Leviathans exist.
As Charlie hacks the drive, it automatically sends an email to the brothers letting them know what happened and its location from a GPS tracker on it.
Charlie successfully hacks the drive, but learns the truth about the Leviathans and Roman from reading Frank's files on them and then witnessing her boss, Pete David Stuart , get eaten and replaced by a Leviathan.
She runs from her job and encounters Sam and Dean who track her down and they team up together to have Charlie infiltrate Dick Roman Enterprises, erase Frank's drive and hack Dick's files so they can learn his plans.
She succeeds, learning that what Dick had recently been looking for in archeological sites has been found and Sam and Dean retrieve it and replace it with a Borax bomb.
Dick realizes her betrayal and attacks her, but Bobby who tagged along with her through his flask and the boys rescue her.
Bobby attacks Dick and displays signs of becoming a vengeful spirit, worrying Sam and Dean, as there's no returning from that.
Charlie goes into hiding, while Roman worries about the Winchesters figuring out the tablet they stole from him. Sam and Dean break open the clay tablet they stole from Dick Roman, causing a storm from which lightning strikes teenager Kevin Tran Osric Chau and causes Castiel to wake up.
Meg calls them, and they arrive to find Castiel awake with his memory intact, but insane. Castiel explains that the tablet they found, which he is unable to read, is the Word of God- information from God written out on a tablet by the celestial scribe Metatron.
Dean tries and fails to get answers from Castiel. Meanwhile, Kevin is driven to steal the tablet before Sam catches him.
Kevin displays the ability to read the tablet which contains information about the Leviathans, but he has a hard time with it.
For certain attribute changes like DNS Host Name, SAM Account Name etc, when the modification is made, SPNs are updated accordingly.
In the process, the obsolete SPNs are deleted and new SPNs are constructed and added to the database. The requisite attribute modifications against which this path is triggered are:.
If any of the new SPN value is a duplicate, we fail the modification. This is the first of several " Try This " activities in the module.
There is not a separate lab guide for this module. The Try This activities are essentially free-form activities that allow you explore the lesson material in the lab environment.
You have the option of following the prompt or going off script and come up with your own activity. Either create a new user with a UPN already previously defined or change an existing account's UPN.
Do the same for a SPN on another account. Verify with the classroom instructor that it is ok to enable the AD Recycle Bin in Active Directory Administrative Center.
If so, move on to the next step. A year previous, in Bristol, Rhode Island, Sam soulless and Samuel were hunting an arachne , a spider-like monster which was poisoning local men and turning them into arachne.
Sam and Samuel confided and reveal their true identities as hunters to the town's local police sheriff Roy Dobbs along with his wife Brenda.
Eventually after Sam and Samuel figure out that they're dealing with an arachne , Sam suggests that they use Sheriff Dobbs as bait, since he fits the arachne's profile—men in their thirties.
However the plan doesn't go well as Roy is taken by the arachne back to her lair, Sam and Samuel eventually follow both the arachne and sheriff Dobbs back to the arachne 's lair where they find the rest of the kidnapped men bound in web and also poisoned as well.
A fight between Sam and Samuel and the arachne breaks out but it quickly ends with Sam killing the arachne by decapitating her.
After Sam kills the arachne Samuel tries and goes to help Roy but Sam quickly declares Roy and the rest of the kidnapped men that have been poisoned are beyond help and shoots all of them killing them all.
As they leave the building were the arachne's lair was located Sam tells Samuel that they need to burn the building and destroy all the bodies of sheriff Dobbs and the rest of the kidnapped men.
Samuel seems uneasy about Sam 's ruthless attitude and is worried about a deep wound on his arm, but Sam puts him and tells him they need to get out of town.
Unfortunately as they are trying to leave town Deputy Atkins stops them and asks them were Dobbs is but when he notice the large wound on Sam 's arm, he doubts their cover as FBI Agents and tries to arrest them.
However before Deputy Atkins can go and arrest both of them Sam beats Deputy Atkins unconscious and they leave town.
Unknown to Sam and Samuel, sheriff Dobbs and the rest of the kidnapped men that were poisoned didn't die by Sam 's gun shots or by the fire that burned down the building that held the arachne's lair they survived because the arachne 's poison turned them all into arachnes.
Samuel is hunting with Gwen , investigating deaths related to a spike in the activity of supernatural creatures. While investigating the murders, they encounter Bobby , Rufus , Sam , and Dean at a cannery.
Dean wants to kill Samuel, as he promised he would in 6. Gwen tells Dean that she didn't know about Samuel betraying Sam and Dean to Crowley.
While they are alone, the creature responsible for the deaths—the Khan worm —infects Dean and uses him to kill Gwen.
The creature leaves Dean , and together all the hunters try and work out a way to find and kill it. When Samuel leaves the room, Sam and Dean follow and confront him about what happened with Crowley, but Samuel is not apologetic.
He then pulls a gun and tries to shoot them, as he is infected with the worm. They stop him and he escapes, but Sam finds and confronts him alone.Samuel "Sam" William1 Winchester (*) ist, wie sein älterer Bruder Dean, ein Jäger und Mann der. Samuel "Sam" Winchester ist eine fiktive Figur und zusammen mit seinem älteren Bruder Dean einer der Protagonisten der amerikanischen Drama-Fernsehserie Supernatural. Er wird hauptsächlich von Jared Padalecki porträtiert. Samuel Campbell war der Mann von Deanna Campbell. Er war der Vater von Mary Winchester und somit. Er kann nur mit einem besonderen, von Samuel Colt gebauten Revolver getötet werden, den Sam und Dean zuvor in ihren Besitz bringen konnten. Als sie die. Staffel wird der Wagen von Meg, zur Ablenkung der Leviathane, gefahren. November auf ProSieben Maxx. Weitere News Aus der Kategorie.