Sam and Dean aren’t taking any breaks after their extended stay in prison, and the brothers look to be trying to track down Kelly. Hopefully, they can get to the mother of Lucifer’s future baby before anything apocalyptic happens.
Sam and Dean are always helping others out, but are the brothers helping the woman with the eye-patch, Castiel or someone else. They look concerned, but in the end, they’ll get the job done. After all, they’re the guys who saved the world.
Castiel and Mary seem to be listening to what the British Men of Letters have to say, but Mama Winchester doesn’t look impressed. Maybe she’s wary of their “help,” or she just thinks she can get the job done without them.
It looks like the British Men of Letters are teaming up with Mary and Castiel, or at the very least, offering up some advice on how to get Sam and Dean out of prison. Though, they look pretty smug. Anyone smell a double cross?
Sam must be pondering how he and Dean could have been captured. After all, the brothers have fought demons, Lucifer, Leviathan, and even the Darkness. Looks like he’ll just wait to be escorted to his cell.
With Sam and Dean locked up, that means Mary and Castiel are taking the lead. And Castiel should be thankful he doesn’t have to partner with Crowley anymore. Wonder what Mary’s corresponding “Agent” name will be?
Bobby: Let me get this right. The ice caps are melting, a movie where a girl goes all the way with a fish wins best picture, and that damn food idjit from The Apprentice is the President. Sam: Yeah. Bobby: And you call where we come from the apocalypse world? Sam: Good point.