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In 1723 Gavin is preparing to depart from Leith, Scotland to America to start a new life, when [[Abaddon]] comes through his door, having used the [[blood spell]] to travel back in time. She proceeds to kill Gavin's friend before reciting the spell to send her and Gavin to 2014. Once in 2014 Abaddon uses Gavin as leverage against [[Crowley]], torturing Gavin until Crowley pleads with her to stop.  
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In 1723 Gavin is preparing to depart from Leith, Scotland to America to start a new life when [[Abaddon]] comes through his door, having used the [[blood spell]] to travel back in time. She proceeds to kill Gavin's friend before reciting the spell to send her and Gavin to 2014. Once in 2014 Abaddon uses Gavin as leverage against [[Crowley]], torturing Gavin until Crowley pleads with her to stop.
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When Gavin is healed of his wounds, Crowley reveals to him that he is his father Fergus and that they are in 2014, though Gavin has trouble wrapping his head around time traveling. During their time together Gavin learns about how his father became a [[demon]] by selling his soul for three extra inches below the belt. As Gavin begins to list off all the reasons he hates his father, one of which is his illiteracy, Crowley tries to buy his favor by at first giving him the ability to read and that if he accepts him as his father their would be plenty of more perks. Being the Prince of Hell allows Gavin to see all the possibilities and future he can make for himself once he gets back to 1723. However Crowely attempts to dissuade from going back, only telling him that "It's not a good idea" this causes Gavin to storm off and lock himself in the bedroom.
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After Dean kills Abbadon, Sam and Dean tell Crowley that Gavin needs to be sent back to his own time because of the ripple effect his being in 2014 can/could have caused. Crowley angerily agrees to the Winchesters demands, and only asks that he be able to say goodbye to his son.  When Crowley enters the bedroom where Gavin is waiting, he magically slams the doors shut on Sam and Dean, who open the door to find the room empty. Crowley and Gavin are next seen in a field in undisclosed location, where Crowley reveals to Gavin that the ship he was about to board sunk on its journey. After Crowley gives Gavin some fatherly advice about living in the 21st century, they say their goodbyes and go their own separate ways.
  
 
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Revision as of 01:54, 10 September 2014



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Name Gavin MacLeod
Actor Adam Groves (6.04)
Theo Devaney (9.21)
Dates Originally died in 1723; time traveled to 2014, where he currently remains
Location
Occupation Sailor (formerly)
Prince of Hell
Episode(s) 6.04 Weekend at Bobby's
9.21 King of the Damned

History

Gavin MacLeod was the son of Crowley, when he was a human named Fergus Roderick McLeod. He and his father hated each other, in life and in death, which stemmed from Fergus being an abusive alcoholic to Gavin. Gavin originally left Scotland for America in 1723, and died when his trading ship went down in Massachusetts. However Abaddon traveled back in time to 1723 and brought him to 2014 to use as leverage against Crowley.

Episodes

6.04 Weekend at Bobby's

While helping Rufus Turner bury the body of an Okami in his lot, Bobby tells Rufus about Crowley's real name and his affinity for a specific type of scotch, and that he plans to look for more information in Scotland. Rufus reveals that he knows about the scotch, and what part of Scotland it's from, and tells Bobby he has contacts in Scotland and offers to make some calls.

Rufus later reveals what his Scottish contacts found out about Crowley. His real name was Fergus Roderick MacLeod, and he was born in Canisbay, Scotland in 1661. He also reveals that Crowley had a son named Gavin, who left for America after his parents died. He captained a trading ship that went down in Massachusetts in 1723. Rufus also reveals that the wreck was found thirty years ago, and divers recovered Gavin's signet ring, which is now part of the "Treasures of the Deep" exhibit at the Maritime Museum in Andover, Massachusetts. Bobby tells Rufus he needs the ring, and Rufus tells him he's already on his way to Andover. Rufus figures out what he thinks is Bobby's plan: use the ring to summon Gavin's ghost and make an exchange with Crowley: Gavin's ghost for Bobby's soul.

Rufus gets the ring but is being chased by authorities. He swallows the ring so that police can't seize it from him as evidence. Sheriff Jody Mills is able to extradite him from Andover, Massachusetts to Sioux Falls, South Dakota for murder as a favor to Bobby. When he arrives, Rufus gives Bobby Gavin's ring. Bobby summons Gavin's ghost, who asks him if this is Hell. Bobby and Gavin talk for an undetermined length of time, before Bobby summons Crowley.

Crowley repeats his position that he will not be giving Bobby his soul back. At this point Gavin appears, at which Crowley pretends to get emotional at the sight of him, before revealing to Bobby that he and Gavin hated each other, and that Bobby picked the wrong bargaining chip and to go ahead and torture Gavin. Bobby reveals to Crowley that Gavin gladly told him everything about his father. In life, Crowley/Fergus MacLeod was "nothing but a two-bit tailor who sold his soul in exchange for an extra three inches below the belt." Bobby also reveals he knows where Crowley's bones are located.

Using Gavin's information, Sam and Dean travel to Scotland and dig up Crowley's bones, which allows Bobby to bargain with Crowley for the return of his soul.

9.21 King of the Damned

In 1723 Gavin is preparing to depart from Leith, Scotland to America to start a new life when Abaddon comes through his door, having used the blood spell to travel back in time. She proceeds to kill Gavin's friend before reciting the spell to send her and Gavin to 2014. Once in 2014 Abaddon uses Gavin as leverage against Crowley, torturing Gavin until Crowley pleads with her to stop.

When Gavin is healed of his wounds, Crowley reveals to him that he is his father Fergus and that they are in 2014, though Gavin has trouble wrapping his head around time traveling. During their time together Gavin learns about how his father became a demon by selling his soul for three extra inches below the belt. As Gavin begins to list off all the reasons he hates his father, one of which is his illiteracy, Crowley tries to buy his favor by at first giving him the ability to read and that if he accepts him as his father their would be plenty of more perks. Being the Prince of Hell allows Gavin to see all the possibilities and future he can make for himself once he gets back to 1723. However Crowely attempts to dissuade from going back, only telling him that "It's not a good idea" this causes Gavin to storm off and lock himself in the bedroom.

After Dean kills Abbadon, Sam and Dean tell Crowley that Gavin needs to be sent back to his own time because of the ripple effect his being in 2014 can/could have caused. Crowley angerily agrees to the Winchesters demands, and only asks that he be able to say goodbye to his son. When Crowley enters the bedroom where Gavin is waiting, he magically slams the doors shut on Sam and Dean, who open the door to find the room empty. Crowley and Gavin are next seen in a field in undisclosed location, where Crowley reveals to Gavin that the ship he was about to board sunk on its journey. After Crowley gives Gavin some fatherly advice about living in the 21st century, they say their goodbyes and go their own separate ways.