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|text= To a thing like me, a thing like you, well...Think how you'd feel if a bacterium sat at your table and started to get snarky. This is one little planet in one tiny solar system in a galaxy that’s barely out of its diapers. I’m old, Dean. Very old. So I invite you to contemplate how insignificant I find you.
|author= Death
|source= [[5.21 Two Minutes to Midnight]]
[[File:Death-Ring.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Death's ring.]]
===[[5.21 Two Minutes to Midnight]]===
:''"Lucifer has me bound to him. Some unseemly little spell. He has me where he wants, when he wants. That's why I couldn't go to you. I had to wait for you to catch up. He made me his weapon. Hurricanes, floods, raising the dead. I'm more powerful than you can process, and I'm enslaved to a bratty child with a temper tantrum."''
Death arrives in Chicago to start a large storm chain that will trigger massive weather events globally, and will result in at least 3 million deaths. A man runs into him on the street and yells at him. Death brushes his shoulder, where he was touched, and the offending man falls to the ground, dead.
[[File:Death-Soul.jpg|350px|right|thumb|Death holding [[Sam]]'s [[soul]].]]
===[[6.11 Appointment in Samarra]]===
:''"What do you think the soul is? Some pie you can slice? The soul can be bludgeoned, tortured, but never broken. Not even by me."''
Dean locates a doctor who knew John, and who currently operates unauthorized. He and his medical assistant Eve stop Dean's heart, killing him, and allowing for an out-of-body experience. After his soul departs from his body, Dean summons [[Tessa]], and requests that she call Death. She refuses to disturb her superior, but Death appears nonetheless, and greets Dean. Dean asks Death to retrieve Sam's soul and their brother [[Adam]] from the Cage. Death instructs him to pick only one of his brothers, and Dean chooses Sam. Death tells Dean that he will raise Sam's soul if Dean acts as Death using his ring for twenty-four hours. Dean accepts, but fails, taking the ring off before the end of the day. Death reappears to Dean, eating a bacon dog, and offers another to Dean. Dean returns the ring, and speculates that Death knew he would not be able to complete the deal. Death is pleased when he sees Dean has learned something about the natural order, and the consequences of changing it. In spite of Dean's failure, Death prepares to return Sam's soul, telling Dean to continue his research on [[Purgatory]] and souls. Death disappears, collects Sam's soul, and returns it to Sam, inserting a mental barrier in his mind to hold back the memories and consequences of the constant torture which his soul endured. His warns Sam not to scratch at the wall.
[[File:DeathBound.jpg|thumb|left|350px|Death is bound by [[Sam]], [[Dean]] and [[Bobby]].]]
===[[7.01 Meet the New Boss]]===
:''"Annoying little protozoa, aren't they? "God"? You look awfully like a mutated angel to me."''
[[Crowley]] provides [[Sam]] and [[Dean]] with a spell to bind Death to them. It is successful, and Death appears, bound. He thinks that he has been summoned regarding Sam's hallucinations, but Death won't help Sam. Dean offers him pickle chips and tells him that they want him to kill [[Godstiel|Castiel]]. Before they can convince him, though, Castiel appears. He threatens to kill them all, but Dean reminds him that Death is under their control which means that he can't kill them.
===[[9.01 I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here]]===
:''"I consider it to be quite the honor to be collecting the likes of Sam Winchester. I try so hard not to pass judgment at times like this – not my bag, you see, but you... Well played, my boy."''
When Sam is near death from the damage he took from the [[trials]], Death himself comes to reap him, appearing to him in his coma dream and saying that he considers it an honor and that while he usually doesn't pass judgment, he tells Sam "well done, my boy." Sam is ready to come with him and asks if Death can make it so that he dies permanently this time and can't be brought back which Death confirms. However, before Sam can agree to go with Death, [[Ezekiel]] shows up in Dean's form to try to convince Sam to not give up and say "Yes" to him which will allow him to possess him and heal him from the inside. Death doesn't interfere saying that its Sam's decision and he ultimately says yes after which Death disappears from Sam's mind.
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[[File:Death of Death.png|thumb|left|350px|Death is stuck down by [[Dean Winchester]].]]
===[[10.23 Brother's Keeper]]===
:''"Even if I remove Dean from the playing field, we're still left with you, loyal, dogged Sam, who I suspect will never rest until he sets his brother free – will never rest until his brother is free of the Mark, which simply cannot happen, lest the Darkness be set free. Then there was that time you stood me up."''
Deciding that he can't fight the influence of the [[Mark of Cain]] anymore, [[Dean]] sets-up shop in an empty bar where he proceeds to summon Death, believing he's the only thing powerful enough to kill him. When Death arrives, Dean offers him some Mexican food that he prepared himself, which Death gladly dines on. As Dean makes his case to Death to kill him, Death tells him that the Mark won't allow for that, but tells him he can remove the Mark, but Dean must first give it to someone else before he will. Death explains that the Mark was created by [[God]] to bind [[the Darkness]], an ancient evil that existed before life or even the Earth. If the Mark is removed without being passed on, the Darkness will be released. The Mark initially belonged to [[Lucifer]] who was corrupted by it, which led to his fall and it being passed it onto [[Cain]] who passed it onto Dean. When Dean refuses to pass the Mark on, Death offers him another option: Death can transport him so far away he's no longer a threat to anyone, but he demands Dean kill [[Sam]] in exchange so Sam won't try to get him back. Dean calls Sam and gives him his location, when he arrives, Death waits idly as the two brothers confront and fight each other, until Sam finally acquiesces and allows Dean to kill him for the greater good. A defeated Sam remains kneeling at his brother's feet, when Death approaches and hands Dean [[Death's Scythe|his scythe]]. As Dean is hesitating delivering the death blow to Sam, Death tells him to do it, or he will. As Dean tells Sam he is sorry, he takes the scythe and swings it over Sam's head, turning around and driving the blade into the side of Death, killing him. Death and his scythe crumble to ashes. However, Death's warning comes to pass when [[Rowena]] removes the Mark and the Darkness is released.
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