Supernatural Recap: The God's Honest Truth, as Told by Chuck. By Vlada Even though she's back to do it once again, Chuck doesn't feel any responsibility to stop her. Dean and Sam marvel as all the dead and infected regain . And when we first met Chuck he responded with “Obviously i'm a god”. Supernatural is an American television drama series created by writer and producer Eric Kripke The show features two main characters, Jared Padalecki as Sam Winchester and .. However, most angels have not actually met or spoken to God. originally did not want angels to be featured in the series, believing God. God, initially known to Sam and Dean as Chuck Shurley, is a powerful Death came into existence around the time God did, but neither can remember who is older. . When Dean and Sam go to Chuck's house to find Castiel, Chuck attacks .
Chuck then begins to apologize for what they've been through, believing himself to be a god who forced those things to happen to them; Dean and Sam eventually convince him otherwise, but are still unsure on how Chuck is tuned in to their lives. Chuck reveals that he had actually never stopped writing and just wrote himself into the story, and after getting a vision of Sam and Lilith, together, he calls the Winchesters and gives them the script of his latest unpublished book, which describes what he has seen of the upcoming Apocalypse.
Later, Sam calls Chuck to the motel to see if he knows about the demon blood, which Chuck confirms, telling Sam that the story looks like everything will rest on Sam's shoulders.
After Dean's failed attempts to stop Chuck's story, he confronts Chuck about it, and ends up threatening him. Castiel appears, stopping him, and tells Dean that Chuck is a prophet of the Lord - Chuck admits to dreaming about it, but hadn't thought it was real. Later, Dean goes to Castiel for help about Sam but he can't help though reveals to Dean that all prophets have archangels tied to them, giving Dean the idea of bringing Chuck to their motel room to stop Lilith and Sam.
Chuck refuses to get involved even using the fact that archangel will protect him from Dean but the latter again threatens him. When they arrive at the motel, Chuck's archangel, Raphaeldescends to protect him, forcing Lilith to flee. After Sam and Dean leave, Chuck has a vision which he rushes to tell the boys but is stopped by Zachariah.
Chuck finished his manuscript page of " - Lucifer Rising", and is seen ordering some girls for the night on the phone. He hangs up when he sees Castiel and Dean popping into his houseand is shocked, as he hadn't foreseen what was happening.
Dean looks over the story for Sam's location and discovers he's at St. Mary's Convent; Chuck tells them this is not what's supposed to happen and is told they're making it up as they go.
Raphael then arrives, forcing Castiel to send Dean alone to stop Sam; as Castiel waits for the archangel to appear, Chuck sees his expression and puts his hand on Castiel's shoulder but removes it once Castiel glares at him. When Dean and Sam go to Chuck's house to find CastielChuck attacks Sam with a plunger; he is amazed to see that Sam is alright, as in his last vision, Sam went "full on Vader" and his eyes turned black like a demon. Dean then asks Chuck where Castiel is, and the prophet tells them that the archangel destroyed him.
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While Dean and Sam are talking, Chuck interrupts them saying that he can hear the angels talk, and Zachariah and two other angels then teleport inside Chuck's home. Zachariah attempts to get Dean to come with them after explaining that they need to strike now before Lucifer finds his vessel, but Dean refuses and banishes the three angels using a blood seal. Chuck reacts bitterly at what has befallen him.
He tells her that everything in his books is real and that he needs her to give Dean and Sam a message since he is being watched. When Becky finds the brothers, she tells them that Chuck's message is that he had a vision that Michael 's sword is on Earth and that the angels lost it. Sam asks if Chuck knew where it was, but Becky says it's in a castle on top of a hill made up of 42 dogs, which made no sense to them.
Dean later figured out that Chuck was referring to a business card his father had for Castle Storage in upstate New York on 42 Rover Hill. When Zachariah has them in a trap, God resurrects Castiel to help them. Castiel hinted at God's involvement in his return and the Winchester's rescue from Lucifer both of which surprised Zachariah and caused him to retreat. Joshua scares Zachariah into complying by using the threat of God's wrath when he returns to Heaven.
Joshua later tells the brothers that God was in fact on Earth and God contacts him to talk and not the other way around. Joshua gives them God's message for the two to back off from finding him as he knew what was transpiring but felt that the Apocalypse wasn't his problem.
Joshua even listed the interventions God has done such as putting them on the plane, resurrecting Castiel and letting them enter Heaven, despite some of their actions. At the end, the brothers are resurrected with Castiel abandoning his search for God. Chuck with Dean in the future. Chuck was also a part of Future Dean's army. He first appears asking past Dean about supplies, and then later when future and past Dean are in the same room discussing plans.
As the group heads out to fight against Lucifer, Chuck tells past Dean to hoard toilet paper, as it'll come in handy when companies stop producing it. Becky stole Chuck's phone to trick Sam and Dean into coming to a convention. There, Chuck is a guest speaker and answers question about his novel, much to Sam and Dean's displeasure. Chuck is also crushing on Becky, who at the moment is crushing on Sam. Chuck also reveals at the convention that "" will start publishing again.
Sam and Dean try talk Chuck out of it, and Chuck responds by telling them he makes his living by writing these stories. Chuck also tells Dean that if she tries to destroy rverythinh, then his chosen, like Sam and Dean, will step up and reveals that he saved Sam and Dean because they are the firewall between light and darkness. Lucifer sees God for the first time in millennia and remarks that he changed, God says the same thing and instantly heals the wounds he had to endure from Amara's torture.
He believes that He came back the moment Sam and Dean called for him, but they point out that it wasn't the case and reminds him that they saved him. He tries to turn them into dust with a snap of his fingers, but God added a safeguard that would prevent him from doing that. Lucifer tells God off about how he still wouldn't apologize to him before leaving and taking refuge in Sam's bedroom. Chuck later tells Sam and Dean that he can't apologize about imprisoning him since he doesn't feel sorry because He did it for humanity, but they remind Him that the end is approaching and they need to talk.
God decides to talk to Lucifer and He tells him that He did what He had to do since the Mark corrupted him and made him into a threat to humanity. Lucifer berates him about how He betrayed him and threw him away after the Mark changed him. Sam agrees with Lucifer since all he wants is an apology and God is too concerned about being right to do so. Frustrated, Chuck teleports Sam and Dean to the crow's nest in the Bunker to continue their discussion in private.
God tells Lucifer that the reason He gave him the Mark was because He was His favorite and He thought he was strong enough to bear it, but He punished him out of guilt after He saw what the Mark did to him. After finally apologizing, Lucifer forgives him and they decide to focus on more important matters: God and Lucifer tell Sam and Dean about the Cosmic Balance being one of the reasons that Amara was imprisoned rather than destroyed.
He tells them that they would need the rest of the archangels to have a shot against her. God tells them that Michael is in no condition to fight, and since archangels are the stuff of primordial creation, it would take time that they don't have to bring Gabriel and Raphael back, even for him. Sam and Dean decide to bring angelsdemonsand witches into the fight to make up for the missing archangels.
God meets them in an abandoned power plant and tell them to strike against Amara when she arrives. Sam reveals that, he and God talked about imprisoning Amara again by restoring the Mark of Cain onto Sam's arm since Dean can't bear it anymore due to already being tainted by its power.
After she had to endure an attack by Rowena and the rest of the witches, the angels with their angel smiting, and Crowley and his demon horde, she barges in where she lays eyes on her brother for the first time in eons. As she approaches him, Lucifer stabs her with his spear and tries to finish her off, but God convinces him to back down. Chuck apologies to her for everything, but Amara doesn't want to hear it and tells Him that the real reason he banished her was because He couldn't stand holding in his ego.
Chuck tells her that there is a value in creation that is greater than his ego and that the materials for creation were there waiting to be born. Chuck apologizes again before beginning the transference of the Mark from Amara's shoulder to Sam's arm, but Amara interrupts him before the transfer could be completed and rips Lucifer out of Castiel before he could stop her.
She tells God that she would rather die before going back to her prison before striking Him with tendrils of black smoke, terminally weakening him and causing a disruption in the Cosmic Balance. She tells them that God will fade away into nothing, but not before he watches all of creation turn to ash. God, weakened by Amara's attack, tells them that she is the only one who can save him and that the disruption in the Cosmic Balance will destroy everything. He teleports everyone back to the Bunker where everyone almost seems to have given up, though God appears to be forming a bond with Rowena, discussing parenthood.
Sam berates everyone about doing nothing while the universe slowly dies and decides that since they can no longer imprison her, they have to kill her. God reveals that the Darkness has one weakness; light.
The amount of light it would take to destroy her would be 10, supernovas in one strike. Castiel tells them that the energy in souls is equal to suns. Rowena believes that with enough souls, she can build a bomb that should destroy her.
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Sam and Dean head over to Waverly Hills Sanitarium to collect the souls of vengeful spiritsbut they are followed back to the Bunker by Billie. She decides to help them get all the souls they need by raiding the Veil. After collecting a few hundred thousand souls into a crystalRowena channels that energy into Dean since he is the only one with a personal connection to Amara to get close enough to her.
They all visit Mary's grave in Greensville, Illinois before sending Dean to Amara, who is located in a park watching the sun die. God tells them that despite everything, Amara is still his sister. After saying goodbye to everyone, God sends Dean to Amara. Dean tells her about how God doesn't want her dead and that despite everything, she needs her brother, just like he needs Sam.
Dean tells her to put aside her hatred for Him and ask herself what she really wants. She summoned God when Sam went to get him water and tells him about how she hated Him for wanting something else that wasn't her. She finally realizes that what God made is beautiful and tells him that she wants them to be a family again. Chuck says that He wants the same thing and the hold hands, and their combined power restored the sun.
Amara heals Chuck of all his wounds and they decided to have a family meeting. God takes the bomb out of Dean and tells him that Earth will be fine as long as it has him and Sam. Amara thanks Dean for giving her what she needed most and telling her that she wants to do the same for him.
Both God and Amara ascend to the heavens, and disappear in columns of intertwined light and darkness. Chuck Is God Well, there's only one explanation.
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Obviously, I'm a god. I'm definitely a god!
A cruel, cruel, capricious god. Following the season five finalethere was much debate amongst fans to whether Chuck was in fact God, and whether he had been so all along.
While consensus was with Chuck as the Divine being - many fans started substituting Chuck's name for God's in expressions such as "Chuck be praised? Writer and Producer Sera Gamble on the God debate refused to either confirm or deny the speculation: