13.01 Lost and Found
|Title||Lost and Found|
|Episode #||Season 13, Episode 1|
|First aired||October 12, 2017|
|Directed by||Phil Sgriccia|
|Written by||Andrew Dabb|
|On IMDB||Lost and Found|
|Outline||Still reeling after the loss of Mary and the deaths of Crowley and Castiel, Sam and Dean go on the search for Jack before he hurts anyone.|
|Timeline||Immediately after 12.23 All Along the Watchtower|
|Location(s)||North Cove, Washington|
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In the dimly lit nursery, Sam finds a fully grown Jack, naked and sitting on the floor smiling at him with gold glowing eyes. Outside, Dean stands over Castiel’s lifeless body. Realizing that Sam is inside the house, Dean grabs his gun and rushes in. Meanwhile, Jack stands up and asks Sam if he is his father. Sam tells Jack he isn't his dad, and as Dean enters the house, Sam calls him to the nursery where Dean, without hesitation, takes a shot at Jack, narrowly missing his head. The attack upsets Jack, who starts screaming, which emanates a blast of power that lifts both Winchesters up off the ground and throws them against the wall, knocking them out. Jack is then able to take his leave.
After a few hours, Dean wakes from a nightmare where Mary bursts into flame. The brothers realize that Jack is gone and go on the search to find him before he hurts anyone. While wandering the woods, Jack ends up at up at a Pirate Pete's fast food restaurant and starts calling out for his father at the drive-thru. The teens working there see Jack, naked, on the security camera from outside and one of them, Clark Barker, calls his mother -- Sheriff Christine Barker.
On the road searching for Jack, Sam and Dean discuss what to do with him. Dean wants to kill Jack as he is convinced he is, or will become evil. Sam is more cautious, thinking that Jack may not be evil, and may even be able to help them re-open the portal to Apocalypse World.
Sheriff Barker arrives at Pirate Pete's and confronts Jack. Realizing Jack has become agitated by the sight of her gun, she puts her hands up and assures him she is there to help him, and is able to convince Jack to come back to the station along with her son Clark. At the station, Christine gets Jack some clothes from the lost and found and questions him about his parents, only getting the information that his mother is in Heaven and he is looking for his father. Realizing that attempting to get useful info from Jack isn't going anywhere, she takes his thumb print. After she leaves to check the print, Clark talks to Jack, amused by the whole thing and asking Jack how high he is. Jack, confused, tells Clark he isn't high, but that he is hungry.
Two angels looking for Jack find the house where he was born and discover Kelly Kline and Castiel both dead.
Sam has Dean stop at the Pirate Pete’s, telling Dean that Jack would have probably passed through there. Dean agrees and tells Sam while he is inside he will call Jody and have her put out a nationwide APB on the boy. Inside Sam finds a drunk women, Miriam, badgering the employee about fries. Sam asks him if he has seen a young naked man pass through and finds out that Jack has been there and was taken in by the sheriff. When Sam calls the sheriff, pretending to be an FBI agent, she confirms she has Jack. She tells Sam she’s found something odd he needs to see, as she stares at Jack’s finger print which is vertical lines, rather than whorls.
Back at the Impala Miriam, noticing Dean's bloody hand, asks him if he punched a wall. When she gets no answer, she begins ranting to Dean about a woman named Becky who annoyed her in college, and so Miriam punched her Frozen poster and burned all of her things. Sam comes back, letting Dean know where Jack is being held.
Down at the station, the lights start flickering on and off. As Sheriff Barker investigates, she finds her son and Jack in the break room eating candy. She questions Clark about the flickering lights, so Clark has Jack show his mother how Jack is able to use his powers to get candy from the vending machine. As he is getting candy, Jack suddenly screams in pain and grabs his head. As he begins to walk away, Sheriff Barker tries to stop him, causing Jack to lash out with his powers and knock her out. The Winchesters arrive at the station, and as Jack sees Dean he prepares to attack again but Sam immobilizes him with a taser. Sheriff Barker comes to and locks Sam and Jack in a holding cell while she interrogates Dean, who comes clean with the fact that he and Sam hunt monsters, also revealing that Jack is a Nephilim -- half-human, half-angel.
In the holding cells, Jack wakes. Sam is able to calm him down before he tries to attack him. Jack reveals that through his connection with his mother, he was able to learn the English language and how the world would be dangerous for him, necessitating his expedited growth. When he asks about his father, Sam assumes he means Lucifer, but Jack tells him his father's name is Castiel. He tells Sam that his mother said that Castiel would look after him. When he questions Sam about Cas, Sam reveals to Jack that he is dead.
Meanwhile, outside, as Clark is sneaking a smoke, Miriam arrives accompanied by the other two angels who were searching for Jack. While Dean is telling Sam that the sheriff took the talk as good as can be expected, they hear Clark screaming for help. Dean goes off to investigate with Sheriff Barker to find Miriam has taken Clark hostage and is threatening to kill him unless the Sheriff shoots Dean. The other two angels find Jack in the holding cell area. When they alert Miriam to this she stabs Clark, causing a fight to ensue between her and Dean, wherein she reveals Jack is the "Golden Ticket" and is capable of doing almost anything. While Sam tries to protect Jack from the other angels he is badly beaten. Slumped against the wall of the cell, Sam manages to draw an angel banishing sigil with the blood from his nose to dispatch the angels.
After Miriam gets away from Dean she enters the holding area but is soon flanked by the Winchesters. Feigning defeat, she offers up her angel blade, but quickly stabs Jack in the heart saying that if she can’t have Jack no one will. She is promptly killed by Sam in retaliation with the discarded blade from the other angels. Jack reveals that the stabbing did him no harm.
Clark is taken to the hospital with his mother at his side. Sam tells Dean that Jack should return with them to the Bunker. Dean agrees, telling Sam that while he thinks Jack will become evil, at least at the Bunker he can only hurt them. The trio return to the house where Kelly and Castiel died. Sam is reluctant to give Cas a funeral pyre in case he can be brought back, but Dean reveals that he has already prayed to God to bring back Mary, Cass and even Crowley, to no avail. Sam, Dean, and Jack stand next to the pyre as they say farewell to Castiel and Kelly.
In Apocalypse World, Mary attempts to evade Lucifer, who materializes in front of her, reminding Mary that he can teleport. A defeated Mary asks if Lucifer is going to kill her now. Believing that is a good idea, Lucifer tosses her aside, but stops her just short of being impaled on a spike, declaring that he may actually need Mary after all.
- Sam Winchester
- Dean Winchester
- Mary Winchester
- Jack Kline
- Sheriff Christine Barker
- Clark Barker
- Angel Banishing Sigil
- Angel Blade
- Angel Lore
- Angel Radio
- Angel Wings
- Apocalypse World
- Castiel's Pickup Truck
- Devil's Trap
- Enochian Brass Knuckles
- Hunter's Funeral Pyre
- Law Enforcement Officers
- Table of Death
- Title Card
- "Nothing Else Matters" by Metallica
- (plays over "The Road So Far" recap of events)
- "Pirate Pete's Jolly Treats" by Christopher Lennertz
- (playing inside the Pirate Pete's restaurant)
Dean: Sure. Which part? Let's see, Crowley's dead, Kelly's dead, Cas is... Mom's gone, and apparently, the Devil's kid hit puberty in 30 seconds flat. Oh, and almost killed us.
Jack: I remember when the bad woman burned. I remember the universe screamed.
Miriam: You and me both, sister.
Sheriff Barker: Monsters?
Sheriff Barker: Like...
Dean: Have you ever seen a horror movie?
Sheriff Barker: Mm hmm.
Dean: Like that.
Sheriff Barker: So what are you? Some kind of superhero?
Miriam: Okay. If she shoots you. I don't know what he's told you. I mean, I can guess. Some line about how he and his brother... 'save the world.' Grr. So macho. But really, he's not a hero. He's Becky.
Dean: Becky? The roommate Becky?
Miriam: You take things and break things and piss people off and just do whatever you want, no matter who it hurts. Also, you're a giant super bitch.
Dean: Well, it takes one to know one.
Jack: I... What do you say?
Mary: So what now? You kill me?
Trivia & References
Conrad: I don't care about the brood mare. Where's the child?
- A "brood mare" is a mare, or female horse, used for the express purposes of breeding.
- Queen Elsa of Arendelle is the main character of the Disney animated musical Frozen, loosely based on the fairy tale character of the Snow Queen.
- "Damien" references Damien Thorn, the Antichrist and son of Satan in the Omen franchise.
- Barney Fife is the bumbling sheriff's deputy from The Andy Griffith Show.
Miriam: Because Bieber in there? He can do almost anything.
- The Golden Ticket is a plot element of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, where whomever received a Golden Ticket in a Wonka chocolate bar received a tour of the Wonka chocolate factory.
- "Electric Boogaloo" references the film Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo, it is typically used in a joking matter to denote a possibly of a sequel being made to a film.
- "Bieber" references pop artist Justin Bieber.