Talk:5.01 Sympathy for the Devil
So, are we sure that DEAN made the angel banishing sigil? I was under the impression that it was Castiel's 'insurance policy' and that the blood on Dean's hand was some Cas-goo from when he exploded. TheLiterator 18:44, 11 September 2009 (UTC)
mmm good point! i think dean was certainly belleding rather than it being "cass goo" Dean reveals the sigil he says: A little insurance policy in case you dicks showed up.. Learned that from my friend Cass, you son of a bitch.
which I think implies that he made it. --Missyjack 21:05, 11 September 2009 (UTC)
Hmm, I guess I just always assumed you needed to have angel blood to make the sigil. It was never explicitly stated in the series though, so I was mistaken apparently, although I still hold that it was HEAVILY implied. (And, I plead the fifth as to whether I rewatched half of S4 this weekend to figure that out.) TheLiterator 01:09, 16 September 2009 (UTC)
Or possible the blood of a vessel? I mean Anna was not strictly an angel when she did it. And Dena of course is atgged to be a vessel. I think its one of those things we'll have to come backt o as we get more info (if we do!) But i'd edit to indicate this discussion. Cheers! Missyjack
Chacrter list should only include those that apepar in an episode. If they are mentioned they can be added into the synopsis. --Missyjack 02:08, 14 January 2011 (UTC)
Am I the only one who saw references to LOST in this episode. Other than Pellegrino. I mean at the end at 4.22 they did the whole white background with black text like from the 5th Season Finale of LOST which showed around the same time. Dean and Sam was trasnported to an airplane, which started going crazy when a flash of white light occured. Sort of like the origins of the plane crash from LOST. Bobby lost the ability to walk (As opposed to John Locke being able to walk). Not to mention the Smoke coming from Meg in this episode had a bit extra lighting in it making it appear to look like the Smoke Monster.
- If the season five finale of Lost and the season four finale of Supernatural were at the same time, it was coincidental, not one referencing the other. And the smoke has been getting more and more complex since Phantom Traveler. I don't know enough about Lost to speak to the other points, but I'm inclined to doubt that they were meant as Lost references. —EllieMurasaki 14:26, 12 February 2011 (UTC)