Stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki as Dean and Sam Winchester. Ever since they were little, their father has been consumed with an obsession to find the evil forces that murdered his beloved wife, and recruited his two young sons to help. They have grown up as hunters of the supernatural, but conflicts between them continue to surface.
Mark Ross Pellegrino (born April 9, 1965) is an American actor of film and television. He is best known ...
Lucifer is the first fallen angel, recently freed from his imprisonment with the breaking of the last seal. From his prison, he orchestrated events not only seen in seasons one through four, but decades prior, to eventually lead to his release. In the episode Sin City, he was described as the god of the demons, the one who gave them their form and purpose. Azazel reinforced this by referring to him as "My Father" while possessing a priest before slaughtering a convent of nuns. However, in Abandon All Hope..., it is shown he views demons only as his cannon fodder and will destroy them once he has eliminated humanity.
In the episode The End, he states his fall was the result of refusing God's decree to love humans more than Him. As a result, God had Michael cast him into Hell. Ruby also reveals in When the Levee Breaks as a punishment to God, he turned Lilith into the first demon. Gabriel has compared Lucifer's hatred of humans to "one big temper tantrum!" because God favored humans over him, his most beloved angel. Lucifer does not like how humans have changed the planet from its original state, and hopes to purify it.
Due to his angelic nature, Lucifer needs a human vessel in order to interact directly with the world. Lucifer seeks out a man named Nick, whose wife and baby had recently been murdered. Tormenting Nick about the tragedy, he casts illusions such as a baby crying and blood pouring from the crib, eventually appearing to Nick in the form of his late wife Sarah. Openly admitting his identity to Nick, he tries to gain sympathy by telling Nick he was punished for loving God too much. He then convinces Nick to be his vessel by promising to get vengeance against God for allowing his family to be murdered. However, Lucifer later reveals to Sam that he is the true intended vessel. By "Abandon All Hope..." it is shown Nick's body, being a temporary vessel, is incapable of withstanding Lucifer's power and is beginning to wear down; revealed in "Two Minutes to Midnight" he has to consume gallons of demon blood for his vessel to even marginally retain his power. He forms a ritual to summon Death and when the Winchesters, Harvelles and Castiel arrive, he traps Castiel in holy oil, and sends Meg after the others. After being ambushed by the brothers he is shot with the Colt but survives; he then reveals his status as one of five things immune to the Colt; while the brothers escape with Castiel's help, he manages to summon Death.
During a convention of pagan gods in "Hammer of the Gods", Lucifer is made aware of the brother's location by Mercury, who betrays the rest of them. Here he claims the pagan gods are in his eyes worse than even the humans and demons he despises. Slaughtering all the gods, he approaches the brothers and is stalled by Kali until Gabriel arrives. Gabriel provides safe passage for Kali and the brothers, and confronts Lucifer about his ultimate reason for rebellion. Lucifer questions Gabriel's loyalties, who states through his experiences with humans, despite their flaws, strive to do their best. Ultimately, Lucifer kills Gabriel with his own sword, but he is clearly saddened.
Having acquired all four rings of the horseman (which can trap him back in his prison), Sam and Dean enter Lucifer's hideout, planning to trap him when Sam agrees to be his vessel; this completely fails, as Lucifer is too powerful to fight. Lucifer brings forward four demons, which had been part of Azazel's surveillance of Sam since high school and kills them all as a way of "letting off steam" and acquiring Sam's trust. Following that, he confronts Michael in a graveyard, attempting to convince him not to fight, reasoning there was no real purpose; Michael refuses. Dean interrupts, while Castiel dissipates Michael, an act Lucifer took unkindly to, and kills him. He starts to pummel Dean and when Bobby attempts to use the Colt to stop him he is killed as well. However, Sam then sees an army man in an ashtray of the impala; a remnant from his youth, and regains control. Sam reopens the cage, and jumps in, taking Michael with him.
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