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* In [[15.10 The Heroes' Journey]], the fight club promo for the Winchesters' fight uses their mug shots from [[2.19 Folsom Prison Blues]].
 
* In [[15.10 The Heroes' Journey]], the fight club promo for the Winchesters' fight uses their mug shots from [[2.19 Folsom Prison Blues]].
 
* In [[15.10 The Heroes' Journey]], Garth once again quips that an enemy "got Garthed" after disposing of them as he did in [[7.18 Party On, Garth]].
 
* In [[15.10 The Heroes' Journey]], Garth once again quips that an enemy "got Garthed" after disposing of them as he did in [[7.18 Party On, Garth]].
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* In [[15.10 The Heroes' Journey]], Garth once again displays his tendency towards hugging people. This time, Dean proves to be more receptive.
  
 
==Meta references==
 
==Meta references==

Revision as of 05:10, 24 January 2020

The final season of Supernatural has many returning characters, and callbacks to events of earlier seasons.

Returning Characters

Creatures and Spirits

Spells and Weapons and more

References to past events

Meta references

Detail of Becky's Supernatural merchandise
  • The name on the crypt that Sam, Dean, and Castiel take refuge in is "Carver," a reference to previous Supernatural writer and showrunner, Jeremy Carver.[5]
  • In 15.04 Atomic Monsters, we find Becky is still a Supernatural fan, writing fanfic and making miniatures. The Supernatural merchandise in Becky's house was a combination of commercial Supernatural merchandise, items made by fans, and some things made for the show. The plaid quilt and other sewn items were made by Stef, aka @arachnobite, who also made Jensen's Red Hood and Batman costumes. A carved Supernatural-themed chess set in the living room was gifted to Jared at EyeCon in September 2008 by by Sandra Echeverri (@Sanpao19).
  • Becky's notes about Chuck's new manuscript can be seen as a meta commentary on the episode itself. Many of her notes such as there being no classic rock and neither Sam nor Dean mentioning Castiel and a cornered Sam and Dean listening to the "villain's" monologue happen in the episode. Her claims that the story has low stakes cause Chuck to write a new dark ending, which is mirrored in the episode when he disintegrates Becky and her husband.
  • In 15.07 Last Call, Lee Webb quips that Dean can't just lip-sync to "Eye of the Tiger" when no one's watching. This is a reference to the Jensen Sings outtake for 4.06 Yellow Fever where Jensen Ackles lip-syncs to "Eye of the Tiger."
  • In 15.10 The Heroes' Journey, the Winchesters and Garth talk about how Sam and Dean are the heroes of the story while Garth is just a recurring character and not a main hero.

References