Last night, episode 15 of Season 15 of Supernatural aired, leaving only 5 episodes left. "Matt Cohen directed the episode written by Davy Perez". Cas refuses to see him die again. Dean shows Sam a news article about power going out in Atlantic City; nothing wrong with the grid, no storms, etc.to which they believe might be due to Amara.
Overall, this was an okay episode that would have been better if only Jack and Castiel were in it. Sam was, by and large, meaningless here, while Dean's whole angry man thing has lost its charm. Or as Dean says, "you guys go "Highway to Heaven" that bitch". The duo interrogate the Sheriff, where they find out someone wrote the word "Liar" on his body and cut off each finger. A video from a camera across the street showed someone in a mask attacking the boy, and Jack points out, "It's nearly demonic".
"As much as it is against God and cosmic forces, and all this insane stuff, it's really about these two guys claiming their independence for the first time in their lives - and as long as we grounded it like that, everything else kind of snapped together", Dabb said. When talking to Dean later on, it appears as if he might be telling Jack's plan to him, but this isn't shown. However, they find out from the Crossroads Demon Zack, a guy who tries hard to emulate Crowley's charisma, that Rowena has forbidden any more deals. Next, a woman is shown in the Community Center stealing money from the donations box, and she too is attacked by someone in a mask. Valerie and the pastor wonder what Cas is. A TV illuminates in front of her, spelling "thief" over and over again.
Jack hands the paperwork back to the girls, and apologizes for upsetting Sylvia. She shares that her mom died 3 years ago. Cas talks to the Pastor, asking about anyone else who has gone missing, trying to figure out any suspects. The Pastor tells Cas that people of all faiths and backgrounds are welcome, and we learn a little bit more about their mission.
Back with Dean and Sam, they're stopped at a gas station where it's snowing. Earlier, a conversation between them had revealed that the brothers have made a decision to dupe Amara and then kill her so that Chuck's death can be balanced out.
Valerie continues to be tortured while Amara invites Sam and Dean to lunch. He is furious that they are all caught up in Chuck's story, Amara included, and she does nothing to stop them. Jack bonds with Joe's daughter Sylvia, who is distraught at the death of her ex-boyfriend, the victim at the beginning of the episode.
Cas and Jack arrive home.
Sam and Dean tell Amara all about how they want to trap Chuck. They try to sweet talk Amara and pretend they're her friends, but she doesn't budge as she has no intention of killing her brother.
Sam and Dean head to leave but Dean has one more question for Amara. He asks her why she brought back his mom. Still, she's moved by Dean's extreme emotions about being used by Chuck and relents to the idea of taking down Chuck when Dean lies that he won't ever hurt her, especially after she's shown her vulnerability around him. Well who lives in a dream world now? Dean accepts the answer with tears in his eyes, asking about the second thing, where Amara states she thought bringing Mary back would release him, and that she failed at that. As she reveals, she hates her father's inclusivity of other faiths into the church and is killing those whom she doesn't think qualify to her view of religion. Her friend tells the pastor all about her. Jack and the pastor find his daughter. She threatens her dad before stabbing Jack. He heals quickly. Cas comes in and makes her sleep.
After a return without Cas, this Thursday Supernatural finds the angel and Jack headlining their own murder investigation. The Pastor looks on, not believing what he's seeing, asking Cas, "What are you?" It's late. Cas is headed out to find another way to kill Chuck. Sylvia is led into a cop vehicle by the police, before we see that the crossroads demon is the one driving the auto. Dean tells him they are going anyway and talks Cas and Jack into going out on their own case.
While coming back, Jack admits to Castiel that the plan Billie has for him to kill Chuck is turning Jack into a bomb.
The interpreters of Dean and Sam, respectively, still said that they felt a lot of satisfaction, pleasure and happiness to finish this work. After the police arrive, Cas and Jack hit the road to head home. Dean asks how the case went, and Dean tells Cas that they think they got Amara on board. Sam worries about their own case.