Chuck Shurley :: Supernatural
Metatron is amused since the Angel Tablet grants him great powers and he . After Dean has an unsuccessful meeting with Chuck, Sam lets Metatron into the. It's Me, Dean Winchester; It's the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester . Dean encouraging Castiel to go find God can also be seen as Dean wishing for Cas to He granted you salvation in Heaven and after everything you've done, too. . Dean: Here's the thing, um Chuck. And I mean no disrespect. We first met Chuck in Season 4, in the fantastic episode “The Monster Though Chuck didn't see Dean with Sam in his vision, Dean was still able . He granted you salvation in Heaven, and after everything you've done, too.
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.
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.
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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. 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: He says when confronted with the real Sam and Dean that he "is a god," for all that he puts them through in the books happens in real life.
This is explained by Castiel as Chuck being a prophet of God. Castiel says the Supernatural books will become known as the Winchester Gospels. The metaphor in this episode is of the writer as creator. The character is an avatar for Eric Kripke himself Source and is used to comment on the text and process of writing with reference to specific past episodes of the show.
This metaphor would also hold then is God, the creator, was also the writer. Sam and Dean find out from the angel Joshua that God is on Earth. In the finale there is further foreshadowing of Chuck's possible identity: When Dean calls Chuck, Chuck answers the phone "Mistress Magda," and we briefly see a newspaper ad for a blonde women in a bikini named "Miss Magda" on Chuck's desk before he puts his glass on it.
This may be a reference to Mary Magdalene who Jesus, the physical incarnation of God, healed of demons. She then become a follower of his, and an early Christian leader. Chuck, after narrating the events that take place, finally appears dressed in white musing on the difficulty of getting endings right. He then disappears - Chuck, it seems, is God.
Fans arguing against Chuck's divinity point primarily to the fact that Dean's amuletwhich Castiel says will "burn hot" in God's presence does not react when Dean and Chuck meet face to face in 4. He held off Raphael at Chuck's house while Dean went after Sam in 4.
Another argument that supports Chuck being God is, the angels Castiel and others have said that there can only be one prophet at a single time. The only time one person can no longer be a prophet is if they die. If Kevin becomes a prophet, then Chuck must be dead.
Although in "Fan Fiction", he pops up and is alive. The things I put you through—The physical beatings alone.
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Which is still pretty impressive. The Word of God? What, like the new New Testament? Later in the episode, Chuck gets around angel surveillance by passing a message to the Winchesters through Becky, a superfan of the Supernatural books who Chuck interacts with online: I know the difference between fantasy and reality. This future version of the prophet Chuck is in charge of supplies.
You ever get back there, you hoard toilet paper. This was in part due to the funny storylines involved in Chuck stories, but also because actor Rob Benedict plays the role of Chuck so well.
Dean & Faith
In this episode, Sam and Dean get to take a look at themselves in a unique way. Chuck tells Sam and Dean that he has a publishing deal to put out more of the Supernatural book series. Our lives are not for public consumption. Until the world ends, I gotta live, all right? What else do you want me to do?
Charlie Bradbury, played by Felicia Dayhas read the books online and refers to them as she analyzes the interactions between Sam and Dean. Chuck types the pages as the story continues. Dean calls Chuck to see what foreknowledge he has of the battle between Lucifer and Michael, but the only information Chuck has is where the final battle will take place.
He shares this vital information with Dean. For Sam and Dean. And I think they did all right. Up against good, evil, angels, devils, destiny, and God himself—They made their own choice. We hear his final narration: