15.06 Golden Time

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Title Golden Time
Episode # Season 15, Episode 6
First aired November 21, 2019
Directed by John F. Showalter
Written by Meredith Glynn
On IMDB Golden Time
Monster Witches
Location(s) Lebanon, Kansas
Jenny Lake County, Wyoming
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  • "So Quiet" by Cobra Ramone
(playing as Jacinda ransacks Rowena's flat)


Sam: No. I haven't had a vision since Colorado. I think maybe they stopped.
Dean: Oh, I doubt it. Not until Chuck gets his end game, you know? The Winchester Bowl. Cain and Abel 2.0. This is God we're talking about. G-O-D. Wouldn't be too worried about finding him. He'll find us.
Dean: So you were in Hell? You didn't make a deal. You were innocent. You've been down there this whole time?
Eileen: The hellhound that killed me kinda dragged me there.
Eileen: Been trying to get you guys to see me for a while now. This whole ghost thing doesn't really come with a handbook. Look, I don't know how this all works, but I know how it ends. We go crazy. We hurt people. I can't stay here, and I won't go back down there. So I thought... You guys know angels. Maybe if you put in a good word, you know, up there...
Sam: I've been there, too, -- uh, Hell. A long time ago. You try and forget, but it gets inside you. Talking helps.
Eileen: You miss her.
Sam: I killed her. Her idea. She, uh, sacrificed herself to save us. To -- to save the world. You ever feel you're the punchline to some cosmic joke?
Sam: Listen, I get it. All right? I mean, I -- I have an older brother. When I was 10, he -- he put superglue in my toothpaste.
Castiel: My colleagues and I, we, uh -- I guess you could say we had a falling out with management. Well, and each other.

Trivia & References

"Golden Time" is a reference to the time period following a traumatic injury, also known as the golden hour, where treatment has the highest chance of preventing death.
Dean: You know they still put, um, jokes on the backs of these things. Listen to this one -- What's round and bad-tempered? "A vicious circle."
Sam: Wait a second. So I've been looking for signs of -- of God or -- or Lilith and you've been in your room eating cereal?

Dean: And marathoning "Scooby-Doo."

Dean tells Eileen that she can't go to Heaven because she has been in Hell. Kevin Tran told Dean and Sam in 15.02 Raising_Hell that souls that had been to Hell could not get into Heaven. When Dean pointed out that John Winchester and Bobby had been in Hell and then went to Heaven, Kevin concluded that was because God had intervened.
Sam: You know what, Dean, ever since God got back, you've been acting like there's nothing we can do, like nothing matters, but we can do this. Man, this matters.

Dean: And that's why you're gonna kick it in the ass.

Castiel uses the alias Clarence again while he was on vacation, a reference to the angel Clarence from It's a Wonderful Life. Castiel previously used this after being turned human in 9.03 I'm No Angel. In addition, it's the name Meg used to call him.
As an FBI agent, Castiel goes by the name "Agent Worley." Clarence Worley is the name of Christian Slater's character in True Romance.
Rowena lived in the "Aradia Apartments". The Goddess Aradia is a moon goddess worshiped by witches in Tuscany.
Sam: I recognize that. It's from the "ordo maleficarum."
There is a removalist van, with the slogan "Keep 'er movin'" outside Rowena's place. This is a reference to Charlie Berens and the comedy video series Manitowoc Minute, which uses the tagline is "Keep 'er movin'." Production Designer Jerry Wanek is a fan of the show, and is also from Manitowoc, Wisconsin.
Melly: Please. Agent Worley, you have to let me help. I told Caleb to get off Fortnite to get some fresh air.
Fortnite is a hugely popular online multiplayer game by Epic Games which was released in 2017.
Emily: Steve was a good bunny, but she needed his bones for a spell.
Steve is a shoutout to writer Steve Yockey who helped writer Meredith Glyn come up with the"fucked up things" Emily's sister did to her.


Jodelle Ferland, who plays Emily, previously played Melanie Merchant in 1.19 Provenance.
Eileen Leahy is revealed to have been dragged to Hell by the hellhound when she was killed in 12.21 There's Something About Mary.
Sam reveals that the Hell ghosts captured by the soul catcher in Harlan are still imprisoned inside the crystal.
The Bunker is shown to have a phone setup similar to Bobby Singer's and Garth's for maintaining the covers of hunters with authorities.
The Witch Mother makes it clear that the resurrection spell can only be used once, telling Sam that once Death finds a loop hole "she closes it." How the Witch Mother was aware that Death was female is not known, as Rowena was surprised to learn this fact in 13.19 Funeralia.

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