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* [[9.14 Captives (transcript)]]
* [[9.14 Captives (transcript)]]
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|Episode #||Season 9, Episode 14|
|First aired||February 25, 2014|
|Directed by||Jerry Wanek|
|Written by||Robert Berens|
|Outline||While Sam and Dean search for Kevin's mother, Castiel is approached to form an alliance by Bartholomew.|
|Timeline||One month after 9.11 First Born|
|Location(s)|| Lebanon, Kansas|
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Dean is laying on his bed and listening to music through headphones, when he yells Sam's name. While the lights flicker, Sam, in a panic, searches the Bunker looking for Dean. As a ghostly figure appears behind Sam, Dean shoots it with the salt round and announces that the Bunker is haunted.
The boys discuss how it is possible for the Bunker to be haunted, and Sam concludes that it must be Kevin. While Dean argues that it cannot be Kevin, the coffeemaker begins to ding.
At a cemetery, Cas confronts another angel from a rebel faction that was led by Rebecca, a dead angel whose vessel is being buried. She was close to Metatron, and Castiel was looking for information. Cas finds out that Bartholomew killed Rebecca.
Sam sits by the coffeemaker waiting for Kevin to make contact. Dean takes over, and as he begins to apologize for what happened, all of a sudden Kevin appears. He tells Sam and Dean that Heaven is closed and everyone who has died since Metatron's spell is stuck in the Veil. He then asks Sam and Dean to find his mother. He received information from a ghost named Candy that his mother was alive and being held captive.
Sam and Dean go to the woods where Candy died in the hopes of summoning her to get more information. The boys bicker, and while they wait, Dean attempts to call Crowley. They are able to speak with Candy who describes the boxes where she was held with Mrs. Tran, as well as her captors. The boys determine that it was a storage facility and Crowley was the captor.
At the storage facility, we see that Linda Tran is chained and trapped inside one of the units
Meanwhile at the cemetery, Castiel is captured by Bartholomew and taken to his headquarters. Bartholomew is happy to see Cas, and they talk about when they worked together during Heaven's civil war and Cas' victory over Raphael. Bartholomew then tells Cas about his plan to find Metratron and retake Heaven. He wants Castiel's help.
Sam and Dean start checking all the local storage facilities. They arrive at a Castle Storage where they look at the records and the floor plan of the facility. The clerk, Del, helpfully informs them that several units are rented by “D. Webster” which the boys deduce to be Crowley. Sam goes to check out 3 adjoining units, while Del takes Dean to check out a 4th unit on the other side of the complex.
Sam opens one of the storage units and finds a frantic Linda. As Sam tries to release her chains so they can escape, Del remotely closes and locks the door trapping Sam and Linda inside. Then, as Dean determines that this is not Crowley's unit, Del hits Dean from behind and knocks him unconscious.
Bartholomew shows Cas his massive ground operation to find Metatron. Bart tells Cas they would make a great team. He has also captured the angel that worked with Rebecca and he intends to torture him to get information.
Sam frees Linda from the chains and they work together to short circuit the electrical system to open the door to the storage unit. Linda asks about Kevin, and Sam tells her (without words) that he is dead. More determined then ever, Linda works to get the door open.
Dean wakes up to find himself tied up and Del, who is a demon, ranting and raving about Crowley. Dean tells Del that he is tight with Crowley which further angers Del. Just as Del is about to kill Dean, Sam bursts in and knocks out the demon
Meanwhile, Bartholomew tortures the angel Eliah, and then he wants Castiel to kill him. When Cas refuses, Bartholomew goads Cas, who still refuses. Cas said he would rather be killed then join Bartholomew. Then, Bartholomew kills the angel and turns to fight Castiel. Castiel initially refuses to defend himself, but then he gets the upper hand and turns the angel blade on Bartholomew. However, Cas drops the angel blade and walks away. Bart pulls out another blade and goes after Cas. Cas, in self defense, kills Bartholomew. He then walks out.
Back at the storage unit, Dean and Sam allow Linda to kill Del, and then they return to the Bunker. The boys confront Kevin and tell him that they rescued his mom and they brought her to him. Linda and Kevin have a heartfelt reunion. Linda wants to take Kevin home and so they find an object, Mr. Tran's ring, that ties Kevin to this plane. Linda vows to keep Kevin safe as long as she can.
Cas returns to the cemetery to pay his respects to Rebecca. One of Bartholomew's minions approaches Cas and says that he chooses Castiel. The angel assures Castiel that Cas is a leader and that he will follow Cas, as will other angels.
As Kevin says goodbye to Sam and Dean, he tells them that he heard everything that is going on between the brothers. He wants Sam and Dean to promise him that they will get over it because the fighting is stupid. They both agree, and Kevin leaves with his mom. Dean turns to talk to Sam, but Sam walks away. Sam goes to his room, but he hesitates before entering. Dean returns to his room, where he lays down on his bed, puts on his head phones, and listens to music.
- Sam Winchester
- Dean Winchester
- Kevin Tran
- Linda Tran
- Angel Blade
- Angel Cuffs
- Angel Lore
- Binding Link
- Castle Storage
- Dean's Bedroom
- Devil's Trap
- Goblet of Blood
- Men of Letters Bunker
- Ruby's Knife
- The Veil
- "Lonely Is the Night" by Billy Squier
- (playing on Dean's headphones in the Bunker; also played in 4.02 Are You There, God? It's Me, Dean Winchester)
Trivia & References
Sides, Scripts & Transcripts
- Chan, Suzette. 2014. Supernatural Talk: Tarts talk about 9.14: Captives. Sequential Tart, April 21; archive link
- Scott, Lyda. 2014. TV Review: 'Supernatural' - 'Captives.' Blogcritics, February 28; archive link