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‘Supernatural’ Preview ‘Hell’s Angel’

Published on April 2nd, 2016 | Updated on April 2nd, 2016 | By FanFest

Heaven, Hell, Purgatory,
Earth… doesn’t matter what level of
existence you are living on, things
are about to get ugly on
‘Supernatural’.
The battle between good and evil, Heaven and Hell, or
whatever you want to call
it is
in full swing when the show airs next Wednesday. The boys are back on the

hunt for the Darkness and by the
looks of the promo below, Crowley is back and
ready to help the Winchesters
find the next Hand of

God.

 

Castiel is still being used by Lucifer, and while
it
has been amusing, I miss
Cas and I want him back already! I can’t help but
wonder if the next
episode title has anything to do with
the movement on that
little problem. There is really no chance that Lucifer
will let Castiel have his

body back when all is said and done, so will that be the next mission the

Winchester’s embark on? Only
time shall

tell…

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RXSU44-

PQ4

 

‘Hell’s Angel’ is going to be an interesting

journey, as Lucifer takes a trip
back upstairs to Heaven to visit his old home
and some of his wayward
brothers and sisters. This should be
fine, right? What
could go wrong…

 

Lucifer
(Misha Collins) takes a
trip
home and tries to assert himself into Heaven. Crowley (Mark A. Sheppard)

tells Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean
(Jensen Ackles) he has a way to take down
Amara (guest star Emily Swallows).
Phil Sgriccia directed the
episode written by
Brad Buckner and Eugenie Ross-Leming. – See more at:

https://jaredpadalecki.org/2016/03/supernatural-11×18-hells-angel-press-

release/#sthash.Y7JO4SZe.dpuf

 

Knowing that Rob Benedict’s
episode is
somewhere on the horizon makes me wonder if it is Lucifer’s
presence out of the
box and
in Heaven that alerts God, or is Amara’s resurgence the thing that
brings
him back to Earth? Now, I know
that we don’t technically have prove that
Chuck (Rob Benedict) was God, but
I would say its a pretty good
theory. I highly
doubt there are many in the Supernatural Fandom that would
disagree that

point.

 

There are only a handful of episodes left in the

season, and with the
knowledge that season 12 is on the horizon, what are the
chances that this
war between the dark and the light
will have a resolution? My
guess is as slim as the chances of Sam eating
Dean’s pie without him getting

mad.

 

‘Supernatural’ season 11, episode 18 ‘Hell’s

Angel’ airs on Wednesday,
April 6th at 9/8C on the CW.

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