Difference between revisions of "14.07 Unhuman Nature"
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[[Sergei]] tells [[Castiel]] he was given a vial of [[Gabriel]]'s [[grace]] in exchange for a potent cloaking [[spell]], that Loki used
[[Sergei]] tells [[Castiel]] he was given a vial of [[Gabriel]]'s [[grace]] in exchange for a potent cloaking [[spell]], that Loki used to mask his presence in Monte Carlo. Castiel comments that he knows this, a reference to [[13.18 Bring 'em Back Alive]] when he had read Gabriel's story about shacking up with porn stars from where the archangel wrote it on the walls in his room in [[the Bunker]]. The cloaking spell also explained how Chuck believed Gabriel to be deceased and said He was unable to resurrect him in [[11.22 We Happy Few]].
Revision as of 12:26, 11 July 2021
|Episode #||Season 14, Episode 7|
|First aired||November 29, 2018|
|Directed by||John F. Showalter|
|Written by|| Eugenie Ross-Leming|
|On IMDB||Unhuman Nature|
|Outline||Dean, Sam, and Castiel call on Rowena to help with Jack's worsening health. Meanwhile, Nick continues his murderous hunt to find his family's killer.|
|Timeline||A few weeks after 14.02 Gods and Monsters|
|Location(s)|| Pike Creek, Delaware|
Montauk, New York
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Nick sits in an office talking of hating the feelings he has after doing violent things. He says he accepts that the priest he is speaking with cannot divulge what his neighbor, Arty Nielson, told him in confession. But he tells the priest, who has been crucified and had his throat slit, that he should have helped him find who killed his family, and only brought it on himself. He acknowledges that the priest's suggestion of prayer might be what he needs, before leaving.
At the Bunker, Castiel tries to heal Jack; however, he doesn’t succeed. As he tells Sam and Dean about Jack’s condition, Dean experiences a dizzy spell, but he doesn't let on to the others. Jack has another seizure and Sam, Dean, and Castiel take him to the hospital. While they are trying to get him admitted, Jack collapses once again and is finally taken for treatment.
At a diner, Nick meets with the reporter, Diane Fargo, who worked the story about his family's murder in Pike Creek. When Nick asks her for any information, Diane can only provide him with the name of the beat cop who worked his street -- Frank Kellogg, who works security in Montauk now.
At the hospital, Sam, Dean, and Cas meet with a doctor who reveals that all of Jack's tests came back negative. She says they are unsure what is wrong with him outside of his body going through a complete systemic failure. Realizing they won't get answers at the hospital, they decide to check Jack out to get a "second opinion."
Back at the Bunker, Rowena arrives under the pretense that it is Dean who is sick. Upon finding out it is Lucifer's son who needs help, she is furious and doesn't want anything to do with the situation, but Sam convinces her to have a look at him. Once she meets Jack, his behavior towards her changes her mind. Rowena uses her magic to examine Jack and determines that as a Nephilim, he needs his grace to maintain the balance between his angel and human sides. Without it his system is consuming itself.
Nick seems to be struggling with an internal rage. He sees a woman enter an alley from a club, and struggles whether to leave. Exiting the car, he approaches the women with the intent to kill her, but is able to fight the impulse off and yells at the woman to leave after she invites him to come party with her and her friends in the club.
At the Bunker, Jack packs his bag, having decided that, if he is going to die, he wants to experience more of life first. To his surprise, Dean is supportive and offers to accompany him. On their road trip, Jack and Dean stop to get burgers, and on a whim Dean decides to teach Jack how to drive the Impala. When Dean suggests that they go to a bar that has a high hook-up potential, Jack demurs and suggests they go fishing, something Dean had previously told him was a happy memory he had with his father.
While researching for a cure, Sam speaks to Ketch, who tells him about a shaman named Sergei who was consulted by the British Men of Letters to “solve the unsolvable” in the past. Castiel decides to go to Sergei rather than sit around and do nothing. Castiel meets with the shaman, who reveals to Castiel that he cannot reverse what is happening to Jack, but may be able to stop its progress. He tells him that in exchange for a vial of his grace, he gave Gabriel the powerful cloaking spell which allowed him to hide out in Monte Carlo with porn stars. Sergei gives the grace to Castiel along with a spell to fix Jack. In return he asks for a favor from the Winchesters that he will call in at a later date.
Having traveled to Montauk, Nick locates Frank Kellogg, and when he reminds him of his family, a panicked Frank attempts to close the door on him only for Nick to rush in and restrain him. Nick proceeds to torture Frank for information. Frank finally tells Nick that on the night of his family's murder, Nick’s wife called the police because she thought she heard a prowler outside their home. Frank says that on his way up the path to the front door, he encountered a man named Abraxas, after which he blacked out and woke up in his car, covered in blood. Nick realizes that Abraxas is a demon that Lucifer knew and that Frank was possessed when he committed the murders. Still, unable to ignore that Frank's hands were the ones that murdered his family, Nick bludgeons Frank to death with a hammer.
Following their trip, Dean and Jack return to the Bunker, where they meet Castiel who has a vial Gabriel's grace and the spell. Rowena recites the incantation as Jack consumes Gabriel's grace, but to their dismay, Jack’s condition worsens. Castiel calls Sergei and demands to know what went wrong. Sergei tells him that the spell was an experiment, and that science is trial and error. Angry, Castiel declares his intention of tracking Sergei down if Jack dies because of what he did.
After brutally murdering Frank, Nick realizes that he enjoyed being Lucifer’s vessel, and doesn't want to feel pain or sorrow or consequences any more. He prays to the archangel, which awakens something in the Empty.
Having run out of options, Rowena proclaims that nothing can be done to cure Jack. She tells the boys to stay by his side and watch over him as he dies.
- Sam Winchester
- Dean Winchester
- Jack Kline
- Arty Nielson
- Frank Kellogg
- Book of the Damned
- Castiel's Cars
- The Empty
- Holy Oil
- Men of Letters Bunker
- Table of Death
- "I'm Blue This Mo'ning" by Keith Nichols (APM Music)
- (playing in the diner where Nick meets with Diane Fargo)
- "Let It Ride" by Bachman-Turner Overdrive
- (playing as Dean lets Jack drive Baby)