Review of: Sam Supernatural

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Sam Supernatural

Samuel "Sam" William1 Winchester (*) ist, wie sein älterer Bruder Dean, ein Jäger und Mann der. Gestorben wird in "Supernatural" ständig. Dean dürfte die Todesliste vor seinem Bruder Sam (Jared Padalecki) anführen, doch wie groß ist der. Samuel Winchester ist eine fiktive Figur und zusammen mit seinem älteren Bruder Dean einer der Protagonisten der amerikanischen Drama-Fernsehserie Supernatural. Er wird hauptsächlich von Jared Padalecki porträtiert.

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Sam Supernatural

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However, he has been repeatedly known to try and back out of hunting in the hope of finally having a normal life as he wanted.

After Sam's quest to remove the Mark of Cain unleashed the Darkness upon the world, Sam was forced to confront the consequences of his actions.

For Sam, the situation worsened when Lucifer manipulated the situation to escape in the vessel of Castiel.

Sam was left torn between using Lucifer to help battle the Darkness as Castiel wished and his own traumas and the resulting desire to be rid of the rogue archangel as a result.

Following the reconciliation of the Darkness and God , Sam was abducted by agents of the British Men of Letters and tortured. During this time, Sam faced a surprise reunion with his resurrected mother , the return of Lucifer to evil and the draw of the promises of the British Men of Letters to rid the world of monsters.

The situation was further exasperated when Lucifer conceived a Nephilim child before his apparent defeat and return to the Cage.

With the British Men of Letters threat growing, Sam was forced into a leadership role to end the threat, but suffered losses while battling Lucifer for control of his child.

With the losses of Crowley and Castiel and with Mary Winchester trapped in the Apocalypse World with Lucifer, Sam struggled to find a way to rescue his mother while dealing with Lucifer's son Jack and Dean's growing depression, aided by Castiel's subsequent resurrection.

He was also forced to contend with the threat from the last Prince of Hell Asmodeus. However, after Jack got trapped in Apocalypse World as well, Sam fell into a depression of his own, only lightened when a way was found to rescue Mary and Jack.

With the growing threat of the Apocalypse World Michael , the return of Gabriel and the death of Asmodeus, Sam's focus shifted completely to saving his family and ending the threat of Michael and Lucifer once and for all.

After being killed by vampires in Apocalypse World, Sam was resurrected once more by Lucifer and reluctantly forged an alliance with his old enemy in light of the situation.

Sam's subsequent decision to purposefully strand Lucifer in Apocalypse World again led to severe consequences when Michael and Lucifer worked together to reach the Main Universe.

Though Lucifer was finally killed by Dean with the help of Michael, the victory was short-lived for Sam after he was forced to watch his brother taken over by Michael who was let loose upon the Main Universe in the body of his one true vessel.

Sam is very mentally strong, evidenced by his ability to overpower possession by Lucifer. It has been argued that he is the smarter or more intelligent of the Winchester brothers, although Sam himself would disagree.

Over time, Sam has resigned himself to the hunting lifestyle and has repeatedly sacrificed himself for the greater good, highlighting his selfless nature.

Sam has shaggy brown hair that grows longer and smoother in later seasons; he had a fringe as a child as well as in the first two seasons.

Over the course of the show, he grew the fringe out. His eye color seems to change; sometimes they appear light green, sometimes they appear brown, etc.

He is noted by other characters to be handsome. Sam is very tall, 6'5" This is especially ironic considering that he used to be teased for being short and wiry as a teenager.

Like Dean, Sam often wears multiple layers of clothing namely plaid shirts as well as jeans and boots. Recently in Season 8 of the series, Sam, who is known for always having a clean shaved face, has been sporting some facial stubble similar to Dean.

In season 14, Sam grew a beard in the three weeks that Dean was possessed by Michael, mainly due to running himself ragged while hunting for leads.

He later shaves it off in Mint Condition , after Dean made fun of him. Sometime before Jus In Bello , Sam got a tattoo on his chest of the anti-possession symbol to protect himself from demons.

He got it restored at some point off-screen as it is seen again in later seasons. A cut on the palm of his left hand was sustained during the episode Meet the New Boss.

He was taught by Dean to use it as a way to discern hallucination from reality. Although the scar has healed by now, Sam still presses upon his left palm whenever things get too difficult to believe.

In The Benders , a police file on Sam states his eyes are brown; however, his FBI file in later seasons lists them as blue. Sam is usually kind, empathetic, intelligent and independent.

In the th episode , he is described as 'sweet, brave, selfless Sam'. He is often the exasperated voice of reason in his relationship with Dean , who in turn sees him as a geek or prude, and teasingly calls him "bitch," to which Sam usually responds with "jerk".

Dean has respect for Sam as a hunter and trusts Sam to "have his six". Sam is repeatedly telling Dean that killing humans is wrong and he does not enjoy the job as much as Dean.

However, in later seasons he has not hesitated to kill humans when necessary and even led an assault to wipe out the British Men of Letters American operation despite them all being human due to the threat they posed.

He was even poised to shoot the unarmed Doctor Hess due to the threat she represented before she was killed by Jody Mills instead.

He does not seem to drink alcohol as much as Dean does and has a much healthier diet than his brother Dean scoffs at Sam's diet and calls it "rabbit food".

This is not helped by the fact that every time they have encountered a clown in the show, it has tried to kill them. Sam can become a very different person when Dean is dead, as evidenced by his change in Mystery Spot and what is shown in I Know What You Did Last Summer , becoming almost psychotically angry.

Sam has phenomenal mental power. This is most evident in Swan Song , where he is able to mentally overpower possession by Satan himself to stop the apocalypse.

Other incidences include My Bloody Valentine , in which Sam is able to resist Famine's temptation and not drink more demon blood, exorcising the demons and incapacitating Famine instead.

Because of his intelligence, Sam is usually assigned the role of researching information for hunts; he is the "brain", whilst Dean is the "muscle".

He normally remembers details that Dean overlooks and is prone to make connections quicker than his brother. He also knows a great deal of information that causes Dean to label him a "walking encyclopedia of weirdness".

In spite of their bickering, Sam has looked up to Dean since they were children and knows him better than anyone else.

He tries to get Dean to open up about his emotions and problems, and encourages him to take care of himself; on several occasions, he has even been frustrated by his brother's fixation on placing Sam's well-being above his own.

However, Sam shows similar protective tendencies towards Dean, particularly after Dean makes his deal and returns from Hell as a shadow of who he used to be, to the point that Sam's memories of Dean allowed him to regain control of his body while possessed by Lucifer.

Sam tends to be driven by feelings of anger and vengeance. As a teenager and even as a young man, he argued with his father constantly whenever they were together.

Sam wanted to live a normal, "apple pie" life instead of continuing to hunt, which led to most of his arguments with John and his estrangement from his family at the beginning of the series.

However, Dean once stated that despite his own best efforts to be like John; liking the same music, clothes and cars; being the good son, the soldier and the Hunter; Sam always has been and always will be more like John than Dean is.

Sam and John clash and argue so much because they are so similar. Sam does not take this as a compliment, and it is clear that while Dean truly idolized his father, both boys are not always overly fond of their father due to his secrets, mysterious actions, and his strict treatment and upbringing of his sons.

After Jessica's death, Sam became fixated on vengeance but still held out hope for eventually returning to Stanford.

Early in Season 1 , Sam was more focused on finding Jessica's killer than he was on following John's instructions on which hunts to take, something that often put him at odds with Dean.

He was obsessed with revenge , and was even willing to sacrifice his life to kill Azazel , although he ultimately proved that he valued Dean's life over the demon's death in Devil's Trap.

After John's death in In My Time of Dying , Sam focused all of his attention on hunting instead of returning to a normal life. He felt guilt for angrily confronting his father in his final moments and for not realizing that he had been planning on sacrificing himself.

Sam put all of his energy into doing what he thought John would want him to and kept trying to get Dean to deal with their father's death in a healthy way.

After the reveal of John's ultimatum to Dean and the discovery of the other "special children", Sam became terrified that he would somehow turn evil.

He made Dean promise to kill him if anything were to happen. Everything came to a head in All Hell Breaks Loose - Part 1 , when Azazel placed all of the special children in a death match.

Sam was killed metaphorically and literally stabbed in the back because he refused to murder another human being, but when Dean brought him back to life by selling his soul, Sam killed his murderer without hesitation.

Azazel implied to Dean that since he was resurrected by a demon deal, he may not truly be " percent pure Sam", which Dean would also come to question himself when Sam killed Casey when Dean told him to stop, as he wanted her alive.

After finding out Dean had made the demon deal, Sam declared that he would save his brother no matter what. In Season 3 , Sam spent most of his time trying to save Dean from his deal.

He became frantically obsessed with doing everything he could to stop Dean from going to Hell - even going so far as to try to convince Dean to turn them both into monsters and harvest organs for their survival in Time Is On My Side.

Sam kept struggling to come up with some way to save his brother to the very end, but ultimately wasn't able to.

To his horror, he was forced to watch helplessly as hellhounds tore Dean apart and was distraught at holding his dead brother's body.

Following Dean's death and condemnation to Hell, Sam became so fixated on avenging his brother and killing Lilith that he almost turned himself into a monster.

Sam drank so much that he became an addict; showing the same symptoms and going through an immensely torturous detox at the start of season 5, Sam's addiction is gone, but momentarily returned in My Bloody Valentine , exacerbated by Famine , and later has to drink a great deal in order to house Lucifer in his body.

Even after Dean returned, Sam was unwilling to let the desire for vengeance go and he continued the affair in secret.

Sam was repeatedly warned by Dean and Castiel that he was making mistakes, but he disregarded their advice, believing that he was the only one who could stop Lilith from releasing Lucifer.

As he previously hunted alone for months, Sam became more understanding to his father's training him in hunting. This was best seen when the Winchesters met their half-brother Adam Milligan whose mother went missing because of a monster and he tried to teach the latter how to hunt, despite Dean's protest.

After Zachariah manipulated a fake voicemail message from Dean, saying that he didn't love Sam anymore and was planning on killing him, Sam decided to take Lilith down on his own in a possible suicide mission.

Sam was able to defeat Lilith with his powers, but didn't realize that Ruby had lied to him and that Lilith was actually the final seal to unlock Lucifer's Cage.

And as a result of his arrogance, Sam ended up being the one to release Lucifer from Hell and begin the apocalypse. He also took responsibility in his part of starting the apocalypse.

In Sam, Interrupted , Sam confessed that he always felt angry and he didn't know why; as well as the fact that he tended to blame other people for his anger, instead of accepting it as a personal flaw.

In Swap Meat , when he temporarily switched bodies with a teenaged boy and was forced to lead said teenager's life, he told Dean that the boy's ordinary life "sucked", and seemed to decide to forgo normal life in favor of being a hunter.

In Swan Song , Sam's desire to set things right finally culminated in him sacrificing himself to save the rest of the world, throwing himself into the Cage with Lucifer and Michael in order to protect his brother.

It was thought that Sam would be trapped in the Cage forever, but the final show of season 5 reveals that Sam is not in the Cage at all, but on Earth, alive.

Sam hesitates when he hears his brother yelling for him, but when Lilith mocks him for his inability to do the job — even after becoming a monster to do so — he finishes her off, fulfilling his true destiny as the "special child.

At this point, Ruby reveals that she was leading Sam along the entire time so he would break the seal. Dean finally enters the room and kills Ruby with her own knife, while Sam holds her in place.

Sam apologizes to his brother as a white light shows a portal beginning to open. As the portal for Lucifer opens, Sam and Dean are teleported onto an airplane by an unknown force God.

Sam loses his demon powers, claiming that the force that transported him and Dean onto the plane cleaned him up. He feels tremendous guilt for starting Armageddon and soon learns his acts have revealed a destiny Dean will be the vessel of the Archangel Michael to fight Lucifer.

He is later told by Dean that he doesn't think he can trust Sam anymore due to Sam choosing a demon over his own brother.

On their search to find a way to defeat Lucifer, the brothers attempt to use the Colt and look for God , but it is revealed that the Colt cannot kill Lucifer and God does not care about the Apocalypse.

Although tempted to kill Brady immediately, Sam realizes that Brady is needed to find Pestilence's location and with the help of the demon Crowley they discover the horseman's location — after which Dean allows Sam to kill Brady.

After Castiel captures Pestilence's ring and Death hands his ring to Dean, [4] both Bobby and Dean reluctantly decide to go with Sam's plan — that is, for Sam to agree to being Lucifer's vessel, then jump into the cage trapping them both in Hell.

He then proceeds to confront Lucifer, who reveals that he knows about their plan. Seeing no other options left, Sam says yes anyway.

A bright light shines and Dean looks upon an unconscious Sam as he opens the portal to Lucifer's prison. Although "Sam" says that he has Lucifer under control, it is shown that Lucifer was just taunting Dean.

Lucifer closes the portal and takes the rings before disappearing. At an unknown location, Sam continues to fight Lucifer internally for control over his body.

While talking through a mirror, Lucifer tries to persuade Sam to embrace their union by slaughtering demons that were watching Sam throughout his entire life.

During Lucifer's confrontation at Stull Cemetery with Michael using Adam as his vessel , he beats Dean, slamming him against the door of the Impala.

As Lucifer is about to deliver a fatal blow, he catches a glimpse of a toy soldier stuck in the car's ash tray triggering Sam's memory of jamming the soldier in there as a boy.

The sudden arousal of Sam's childhood memories and those of the bond of brotherhood he shares with Dean allows him to overpower Lucifer and regain control of his body.

Sam takes out the rings, reopens the portal, and prepares to throw himself in. Having been temporarily banished by Castiel, Michael returns and attempts to stop him, but Sam jumps in, pulling Michael also with him — trapping both Lucifer and Michael in Lucifer's cage.

The ground closes up with a stunned, devastated Dean watching. Later, it is shown that Dean fulfills his promise to Sam and has gone back to find Lisa.

As he sits down with her and Ben for dinner, a street light outside goes out, and underneath it inexplicably is Sam secretly watching the three with a blank look on his face.

Almost a year has passed since Sam went to Hell, and he reappears to Dean after saving him from Djinn poisoning.

Upon their reunion, Sam reveals that he has been back this whole time searching for whatever force brought him back and hunting with his mother's side of the family, the Campbells, led by their grandfather Samuel who was also resurrected.

These include using a baby as bait, allowing a child to go through a torturous treatment to gain information, and allowing Dean to become a vampire.

Castiel then reveals that Sam's soul is not with him and is still trapped in Lucifer's Cage. Crowley then states that if Sam and Dean help him he will return Sam's soul, but if they do not help him he will send Sam back to Hell.

Upon Dean's request, Death retrieves Sam's soul from the Cage and returns it to him at the end of the sixth season's mid-season finale "Appointment in Samarra".

He gives Sam's mind a "protective wall" to prevent any negative effects it might have on him otherwise, but Death also warns him not to scratch at the wall he has built, or his memories from Hell will destroy him.

In the season finale, Sam spends much of the episode attempting to recoup his shattered soul, including the memories of his soulless self and tortured self.

Once complete, he reawakens, though still struggling with the visions of the Cage that his soul endured.

After Castiel's actions result in the release of the Leviathans — God's first creations — Sam is left struggling with the restoration of his memories of his time in Hell, even if he remains dedicated to helping Dean and others stop the Leviathans.

During this time, he has a reunion with his old Kitsune friend, Amy Pond, who has become a mortician feeding on the dead to sustain her, although Dean nevertheless kills her when he discovers that she has been killing to help her sick son.

As Sam experiences hallucinations of Lucifer taunting him with the idea that he is still in Hell, he initially tries to control them by focusing on wounds he sustains in the real world, but matters become worse when he is forced to rely on information from the hallucination to save Dean.

As his mental state becomes worse, Sam foregoes sleep to stop his visions, but is sent to an asylum when he is hit by a car while running away from Lucifer.

While trying to find a healer who may be able to repair Sam, Dean encounters an amnesiac Castiel, who, when restored to his full powers, sacrifices himself by taking Sam's mental damage.

Sam is shown to possess great guilt about this and rejects hope that Bobby's ghost may be helping them out after an attempt to communicate with him fails.

Sam is initially happy when it is shown that Bobby's ghost is there helping them, but changes his mind after Bobby shows more and more signs of becoming a vengeful spirit.

During the final battle at Sucrocorp, Sam rescues Kevin Tran — a Prophet who can read the Word of God — and is horrified to hear of Dick Roman's plan to kill all the skinny people in the world through poison in their coffee creamers.

After Dick explodes, Dean and Castiel disappear and Crowley appears and takes Kevin, leaving Sam completely on his own, not knowing Dean and Castiel are now trapped in Purgatory.

The year Sam spends while Dean and Castiel are trapped in Purgatory is revealed through various flashbacks in the first half of the season.

Now left on his own, Sam believes that Dean had been killed when Dick exploded, and gives up hunting. After several months, he accidentally runs over a stray dog and, panicked, takes it to an animal hospital.

The veterinarian who saves the dog's life — Amelia Richardson — convinces Sam to take responsibility for the stray by adopting it.

In the season premiere "We Need to Talk About Kevin", Sam runs into Dean and learns that Dean had just escaped from Purgatory; upon learning about what Sam had been doing the past year, Dean is upset that Sam had not even tried to save him or continued hunting.

They find out that Kevin had managed to escape from Crowley six months ago and left Sam a string of desperate voice messages, begging for help. Sam feels guilty and joins Dean in tracking down Kevin, who reveals that he has discovered a passage in the Word of God that would banish all demons from Earth forever.

Although Dean tries to do it himself in order to protect Sam from any possible consequence of the trials, Sam ends up completing the first trial killing a hellhound and bathing in its blood in "Trial and Error" to protect Dean; he persuades his brother to let him finish the rest by reasoning that Dean would be all-too-willing to sacrifice himself for the trials whereas Sam would fight so that both of them could live.

However, taking on the trials quickly begins "damaging" Sam, which worries Dean. After meeting Benny — the vampire who helped Dean escape from Purgatory in exchange for Dean resurrecting him [53] — at the end of "Blood Brother", Sam immediately distrusts him, and asks Martin a friend of their father's who had previously appeared in Season 5's "Sam, Interrupted" to monitor Benny.

Martin contacts Sam in "Citizen Fang" to tell him that he believes Benny killed somebody, bringing the Winchesters to Carencro, Louisiana to help investigate.

However, upon receiving an emergency text from Amelia and being unable to get a hold of her, Sam tears back to Kermit. He finds Amelia happily reunited with Don, and realizes that the text had been a trick by Dean to divert him from Benny.

Enraged, Sam initially refuses to continue hunting with Dean in the following episode. Castiel — who has been mysteriously rescued from Purgatory — enlists his help in saving the angel Samandriel from being tortured by Crowley, forcing the brothers to reluctantly work together again.

When forced by both Dean and Amelia to choose, Sam decides to rejoin his brother and fully commit himself to sealing Hell over returning to his normal life with Amelia.

Although they manage to subdue the demonic Abaddon , who has pursued Henry into the present, their grandfather is killed, leaving Sam and Dean the last link to the Men of Letters.

Sam completes the second trial — saving an innocent soul in this case, Bobby from Hell and sending it to Heaven — in "Taxi Driver" with the help of Benny, who sacrifices himself in the process of guiding Sam and Bobby out of Hell and thus finally causes Sam to admit to Dean that he had been wrong about Benny.

Sam is on the verge of fully restoring Crowley's humanity when Dean finds out that completing the trials will kill Sam. Although Sam, having fallen into deep guilt and despair due to constant reminders from Dean of how he'd failed him, wants to finish the trials anyway, Dean convinces him to let it go.

The effects of the trials remain, however, leaving Sam in dire condition in the final moments of the finale.

Sam is close to death in the premiere, "I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here"; it is revealed that the trials have severely burned his internal organs as well as cut off oxygen -flow to his brain , and that he has virtually no chance of survival.

Having slipped into a coma , Sam has a dream in which he realizes that he is dying and struggles between whether or not he should even try to fight, eventually electing to let himself die with the guarantee that this time he cannot be revived and cause anymore damage.

However, the angel Gadreel is called in by Dean to save Sam through any means necessary. Disguised as Dean, Gadreel convinces Sam to let him save him and Sam agrees, unwittingly providing permission to Gadreel so that the angel can possess him due to Gadreel's ambiguously-worded question.

Gadreel spends the next eight episodes healing Sam from within without Sam realizing it. In fact, Sam is completely unaware of Gadreel's presence, as the angel spends most of this time laying dormant in Sam's subconscious and he and Dean go to some lengths to prevent him finding out about it because Sam could prematurely expel Gadreel if he found out.

Sam is alerted to Gadreel's possession of him by Crowley in the later episode "Road Trip", at which point he revokes his permission and forcibly expels Gadreel from his body by ordering the angel out.

To his horror, he also finds out that Gadreel has killed Kevin using his body to prove his loyalty to Metatron.

Sam is appalled and angry at how far Dean will go to keep him alive, feeling betrayed that Dean not only helped Gadreel possess him and hid the truth from him but also for persuaded him not to finish the trials and thus kept the gates of Hell open and allowed demons to continue wreaking havoc, all to keep Sam alive.

Sam lets a guilt-ridden Dean leave at the end of the episode. In the following episode "First Born", Sam works with Castiel to extract a lingering piece of Gadreel's grace angelic energy so that they can track him.

Feeling guilty over the deaths he could have stopped, especially Kevin's, Sam urges Castiel to extract all of the grace still inside him, even though it may kill Sam because the grace is keeping him from reverting to his deathly state prior his possession.

However, Castiel refuses to risk Sam's life. As a result, the amount of grace they gather is insufficient to track Gadreel.

Sam runs into Dean on the same case in "Sharp Teeth". Although Dean tries to divert Sam from the case so that they won't have to work together again, Sam reveals that he is willing to work with Dean again so long as it is on a strictly professional basis, telling him that they cannot work on a brotherly basis anymore because Dean has lost his trust.

At the end of "The Purge", Sam responds to Dean's attempts to justify his decisions by saying that Dean's choices are not as selfless as Dean paints them and that he would not have done what Dean did given the same situation, which stuns Dean into silence.

The two eventually begin to come back together as Sam learns more about Abaddon's history and plans after he learns that she has been taking souls while leaving the victims 'alive', much like he was after his escape from Hell.

They eventually manage to determine the location of a portal to Heaven that allows Castiel to trap Metatron while Dean kills Abaddon with the First Blade — acquired from Cain himself and the only weapon capable of killing a Knight of Hell — but Castiel is left dying of the grace he stole to regain his powers while Dean is transformed into a demon due to the First Blade's influence.

After spending six weeks tracking the transformed Dean — along with a brief confrontation with a man named Cole whose father was killed by Dean on a prior hunt — Sam manages to capture Dean while he is distracted, taking him back to the bunker to treat him with the demon cure.

Despite demon-Dean's attempts to undermine his and Sam's relationship through his demonically-warped perspective, Sam is eventually able to cure Dean and restore him to humanity, although he continues to be concerned about Dean's emotional state after his time as a demon and the possibility that the Mark of Cain could transform him again.

After Dean kills their ancestor Cain, Sam is weary of his brother and wants to free him of the curse. When Dean meets with Death, he offers to remove Dean from society on the condition that he kill Sam because he'll likely intervene.

Although he initially agrees, Sam is nearly killed by Dean who soon relents and kills Death instead. However, due to Sam's earlier machinations, the Mark is removed and the Darkness is unleashed regardless.

With the Darkness unleashed, Sam and Dean set out to try to find the Darkness, but are shaken to learn that the entity they are hunting is essentially God's sister, who was 'sacrificed' so that he could create the world.

Manifesting as a woman who comes to call herself Amara, Sam learns Dean is drawn to her from a twisted attraction, but matters become even more complicated when Castiel consents to act the vessel for Lucifer when he becomes convinced that only an archangel has any chance against Amara.

This strategy fails- speculated to be due to Lucifer's status as a fallen archangel- but the Winchesters are eventually contacted by the true God, now revealed to be Chuck Surely, the author who wrote the Winchester Gospels, who is able to make peace with Amara and depart.

Sam briefly believes Dean is dead and is kidnapped by a mysterious woman. Sam is kidnapped by the British branch of the Men of Letters who torture him but he resists.

Sam is later reunited with his brother and mother attack the Winchesters to try to take control of America's hunters and Lucifer is left on the run trying to find a new vessel.

Lucifer eventually takes the President of the United States as a vessel, but the Winchesters are able to banish him from this host.

While the Winchesters discover that Lucifer conceived a child while possessing the President, they are left to guard the child's mother while Mary explores the possibility of an alliance with the British Men of Letters.

Although Castiel concludes that Lucifer's child is worth protecting, the potential alliance with the Men of Letters ends when the group prove to be excessively ruthless, to the point of killing a hunter who had assisted the Winchesters on a case because she accidentally killed one of their members.

The Winchesters are eventually able to banish Lucifer to a parallel universe where the Apocalypse took place 'on schedule', in , but this plan backfired when Lucifer alerted the alternate version of Michael to the existence of the original world, as well as leaving them with the complication of trying to raise Lucifer's suddenly-adult son, Jack Kline.

Jack is 6 months old, chronologically. Sam bonds with Jack who soon comes to see the Winchesters and a resurrected Castiel as his 'fathers', while they gain a new ally when they discover that Gabriel survived his death, in season 5, but although they are able to return to the Apocalypse World to rescue several humans including alternate versions of Bobby Singer and Charlie Bradbury , the alternate Michael ,and Lucifer follow them into this world.

Stuck for options to stop Lucifer after he takes Jack's grace to charge his own powers, Sam is beaten by the Archangel until Dean agrees to act as Michael's vessel.

Sam watches Dean defeats Lucifer, but is stunned when Michael takes control of Dean's body after Lucifer's death. With Michael using Dean's body, Sam spends the next few weeks leading the refugees of Apocalypse world in hunts or adjusting to the new world.

Sam later uses his reputation as a legendary hunter to abolish the position of Ruler of Hell, to any demon who seek to take control of Hell. Sam is briefly reunited with his brother when Michael abandons Dean to continue his own plans while wearing down Dean's willingness to resist, but although Michael eventually takes Dean as his vessel again, with the aid of his family Dean is able to trap Michael in his subconscious.

When Dean starts creating the Malik box, Sam is informed of his brother's plan but Dean accepts Sam's argument that they will still try and find another way first.

Sam is briefly reunited with his father after a pearl with magical abilities grants him that which his heart desires. Although Dean hoped that his heart desire would be Michael out of his head, the family reunion was heart touching.

John was forced to return to his own time before an alternate time line could ensue. Still abandoning his plan to seal himself in the Malik box, Sam accompanies Dean, Castiel, and Jack in a fairly routine hunt.

During this, Sam tends to Dean when he gets knocked unconscious only to wake and find that Michael has escaped his mind.

After slaughtering many hunters in his wake, Michael tortures the Winchesters but is confronted and killed by Jack Kline, who uses his soul to draw on his angelic abilities.

In killing Michael, Jack not only burned off his soul, but also absorbed the grace of Micheal, restoring him to his powerful state as a Nephilim.

Parallel to this, the previous vessel of Lucifer engages in a plan to raise Lucifer from the empty. Jack is able to stop him in a grotesque killing which leaves Mary Winchester in a state of deep concern.

Jack becomes frustrated and accidentally uses his powers to kill Mary. On a mission to kill Jack, Chuck makes an appearance, supplying a gun which will do to the holder what it does to the victim.

Sam is shocked when Dean accepts this as a solution for his building anger towards Jack but Sam becomes skeptical of God's intention and soon finds Dean aiming, point blank, at Jack.

Dean realizes that this is not the solution and drops the gun, eliciting an angered response from Chuck. Sam, Dean, and Castiel begin to realize that their lives have been nothing more than entertainment to Chuck, while he pulls the strings.

Welcome to the end. After Chuck brings on the end breaking open the gates of hell, Sam, Dean, Castiel deals with the after effects dealing with a horde of zombies and ghosts.

Sam meanwhile, discovers through nightmares and flashes of what he believes are God's memories that he's connected to Chuck through the gunshot wound that's not healing.

While this is all going on Sam deals with his guilt from killing Rowena while also becoming close to Eileen. Chuck traps Eileen and Sam and forces Sam to witness multiple possible futures, as what was preventing the gunshot wound from healing from Sam's hope that Sam, Dean, and all their allies would defeat Chuck.

At the end Sam loses his hope, Chuck returns to full strength and Eileen leaves to deal with the events that Chuck put in place that made her a pawn to use against Sam.

With Chuck back at full health, he takes away whatever luck that Sam and Dean had that prevented them from experiences normal things like a common cold or toothache, as the answer a call from Garth.

Sam discovers that they are dealing with the Goddess Fortuna and after a high stake pool game between the Goddess and Sam, where Sam loses, Dean and Sam's luck is restored as the Goddess wants Chuck dealt with.

Sam's supernatural abilities are the result of him being fed Azazel's demon blood while he was an infant. Sam exhibits signs of precognition throughout the first season, manifesting as dreams of others' deaths and later as visions.

In addition, with the training given to him by his father, Sam is a skilled fighter, proficient with firearms , shotguns and melee weapons.

Like his brother Dean, he possesses many abilities that are frowned upon by law, including but not limited to: lock picking, computer hacking , disguised conning, and carjacking.

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Everything came to a head in All Hell Breaks Loose - Part 1 , when Azazel placed all of the special children in a death match. Sam was killed metaphorically and literally stabbed in the back because he refused to murder another human being, but when Dean brought him back to life by selling his soul, Sam killed his murderer without hesitation.

Azazel implied to Dean that since he was resurrected by a demon deal, he may not truly be " percent pure Sam", which Dean would also come to question himself when Sam killed Casey when Dean told him to stop, as he wanted her alive.

After finding out Dean had made the demon deal, Sam declared that he would save his brother no matter what.

In Season 3 , Sam spent most of his time trying to save Dean from his deal. He became frantically obsessed with doing everything he could to stop Dean from going to Hell - even going so far as to try to convince Dean to turn them both into monsters and harvest organs for their survival in Time Is On My Side.

Sam kept struggling to come up with some way to save his brother to the very end, but ultimately wasn't able to. To his horror, he was forced to watch helplessly as hellhounds tore Dean apart and was distraught at holding his dead brother's body.

Following Dean's death and condemnation to Hell, Sam became so fixated on avenging his brother and killing Lilith that he almost turned himself into a monster.

Sam drank so much that he became an addict; showing the same symptoms and going through an immensely torturous detox at the start of season 5, Sam's addiction is gone, but momentarily returned in My Bloody Valentine , exacerbated by Famine , and later has to drink a great deal in order to house Lucifer in his body.

Even after Dean returned, Sam was unwilling to let the desire for vengeance go and he continued the affair in secret. Sam was repeatedly warned by Dean and Castiel that he was making mistakes, but he disregarded their advice, believing that he was the only one who could stop Lilith from releasing Lucifer.

As he previously hunted alone for months, Sam became more understanding to his father's training him in hunting. This was best seen when the Winchesters met their half-brother Adam Milligan whose mother went missing because of a monster and he tried to teach the latter how to hunt, despite Dean's protest.

After Zachariah manipulated a fake voicemail message from Dean, saying that he didn't love Sam anymore and was planning on killing him, Sam decided to take Lilith down on his own in a possible suicide mission.

Sam was able to defeat Lilith with his powers, but didn't realize that Ruby had lied to him and that Lilith was actually the final seal to unlock Lucifer's Cage.

And as a result of his arrogance, Sam ended up being the one to release Lucifer from Hell and begin the apocalypse. He also took responsibility in his part of starting the apocalypse.

In Sam, Interrupted , Sam confessed that he always felt angry and he didn't know why; as well as the fact that he tended to blame other people for his anger, instead of accepting it as a personal flaw.

In Swap Meat , when he temporarily switched bodies with a teenaged boy and was forced to lead said teenager's life, he told Dean that the boy's ordinary life "sucked", and seemed to decide to forgo normal life in favor of being a hunter.

In Swan Song , Sam's desire to set things right finally culminated in him sacrificing himself to save the rest of the world, throwing himself into the Cage with Lucifer and Michael in order to protect his brother.

It was thought that Sam would be trapped in the Cage forever, but the final show of season 5 reveals that Sam is not in the Cage at all, but on Earth, alive.

At the start of season 6 one year later , Sam reveals himself to Dean, and they begin hunting again. However, Sam's behavior markedly deviated from what was typical for him; he leaves Dean to to live with the Braedens while he hunts with Samuel Campbell for a year, letting Dean think he's still in Hell , spends the night with a prostitute, and most peculiarly, lets Dean get turned into a vampire in order to find a nest.

Even his overall demeanor is different, being much calmer and more collected than before, even when greeting Dean after being separated for a year, he did so as if he just saw his brother the previous day.

This leads Dean to momentarily believe Sam was still possessed by Lucifer. However, it is later revealed that, whilst his body and mind are not in the Cage, his soul is.

During the time that Sam was soulless in Season 6 , he lacked empathy and behaved like a sociopath. Without any emotions or sense of morality, he was often willing to overlook the deaths of civilians as collateral damage, such as urging Dean to snipe the skinwalker pack leader despite there being innocent people in the way, and killing all the arachne victims with the rationale that it would take too long to get them to hospital, which was an extreme departure from Sam's normal desire to help people and protect the innocent.

He was also much ruder and snarkier than before, verbally attacking Castiel for ignoring his prayers, taunting Buddy with dog jokes and disdainfully mocking Marion for believing in fairies.

He was shown to be reckless and impulsive, and in turn being more seductive than before, sleeping with a lot more women than he typically would even going as far as leaving his search for Dean in Clap Your Hands If You Believe to sleep with Sparrow Jennings , as well as more aggressive, killing a demon aiding them solely on suspicion of his possible betrayal and beating Sheriff Atkins upon being caught out for impersonating FBI.

Sam also felt nothing for any of his loved ones, telling Dean point blank that he didn't care about him, as rude in talking to Castiel, and he even tried to murder Bobby in an attempt to prevent his soul from being returned to his body.

After his soul was reunited with him, Sam again felt great remorse for his actions and spent the rest of the season struggling to make up for what his soulless self had done.

He started to see hallucinations of Lucifer tormenting him, and had a hard time determining what was real and what was a flashback of his torture in the Cage.

Dean managed to help Sam distinguish between the two, and Sam was able to block out the worst of the hallucinations.

He was able to save Dean, but the reliance on his hallucination meant that he could no longer turn them off, and his visions became so severe that Sam almost died due to fatal insomnia.

Sam's mental stability returned when Castiel absorbed Sam's insanity into himself to atone for his actions. After Dean and Castiel's disappearance in Survival of the Fittest , Sam spent a year thinking that his brother was dead which he technically was.

He "spiraled" out of control for a while, but eventually found some semblance of normality with Amelia Richardson. It was at this point that Sam started to re-imagine the possibilities of a normal life.

After Dean's reappearance, Sam immediately returned to his side, but Dean was hurt when he found out that Sam hadn't looked for him while he was in Purgatory.

After bumping into Amelia once more, Sam realized that he wanted to stay by Dean's side and chose his brother over his ex-girlfriend.

They took an extreme toll on his health, and as Sam got sicker, he became ever more defensive of Dean's attempts to mother him. He eventually got to the point where he was so ashamed of letting his brother down that he was willing to commit suicide in order to finish the trials.

Dean managed to talk him back from the edge, but they weren't able to cure Sam before he succumbed to the effects. After being sent to Purgatory himself, Sam felt guilt at what he left Dean to face when criticized by Bobby.

When saved by Benny, he finally let go of his resentment of the vampire to attempt to save him and showed his new view to Dean. Sam started Season 9 in a coma, dying from what the trials had done to his body.

He remained somewhat suicidal, deciding to go with Death if he could promise that no one would be able to get hurt by bringing him back. However, once Sam found out that Dean had lied to him, he became furious.

But they made up just in time for Sam to see his brother die in his arms, and Sam's grief at Dean's death propelled him to try and make another demon deal.

During a conversation with Charlie Bradbury in Season 10 's Book of the Damned , Sam indicates that his behavior came from his anger at Dean and a desire to lash out and hurt him rather than an actual desire to sever their brotherly bond.

Following the release of The Darkness , Sam is at a complete loss on what to do. He decides to pray to God for guidance. When struck by visions of the Cage and of his dead father, Sam becomes heavily determined to seek Lucifer out, against Dean's better judgment.

He even goes to Hell without waiting for Dean to join him. Sam briefly expresses horror when Lucifer reveals that he was the origin of the visions, not God.

Lucifer goes so far to point out that from the time they fought at Stull Cemetery, Sam has grown increasingly weak, citing his decision not to seek Dean out when the latter was trapped in Purgatory.

Lucifer reveals that Sam's guilt over abandoning Dean in Purgatory for a regular life with Amelia Richardson has filled Sam with such guilt that he can't bring himself to lose Dean again which is why he allowed Dean to talk him out of "boarding up Hell.

Although despite his weakness, Sam is able to brush aside Lucifer's various lies and not say "yes", proving Sam to be smart and still brave enough to stand against the archangel.

When he met God , he was very excited to actually meet him even gaining a semblance of hope after latter came back to fight the Darkness.

As of Season 12 , Sam is shown to be a strong and resilient person, able to withstand various torture methods imposed on him by Lady Toni Bevell.

He is also more forgiving, as he accepts Mary's decision to take a break from her grown-up sons. He continues to show compassion too, as he gives Magda Peterson support in learning to control her psychic powers which she formerly believed were bad, and again, when he tries to comfort Ellie Grant.

Sam does not express any unhappiness or distress until he discovers Lucifer's new goal of killing humans out of contempt. He finds this situation bad and expresses low hopes of solving it.

Throughout the season, Sam's ultimate goal seems to be fighting against his past fears, namely Lucifer, and in their latest confrontation, he bravely tells the archangel to "go to Hell".

His constant mention of his past ties with Lucifer heavily implies that Sam wishes to be rid of the archangel once and for all, presumably considering his entire existence as a bane in his own life.

Sam would later reveal that he has been terrified of Lucifer ever since he saw Lucifer's "true face", and that instead of dealing with this fear, he has been suppressing it.

After being resurrected by Lucifer in Season 13 's Beat the Devil , Sam reluctantly formed an alliance again with the archangel due to the circumstances, but kept an eye out for a chance to betray him once again.

After Lucifer was badly injured by the Apocalypse World Michael in Exodus , Sam took the chance to betray and strand Lucifer in Apocalypse World once more asking the shocked archangel "how did you think this was going to end?

Due to his own past of being rejected for his powers, Sam was very sympathetic to the Nephilim Jack. Even though Jack was the son of his most hated enemy, Sam did not bear any ill will to him and was the only one to truly understand his pain.

While Sam admitted he wanted Jack to master his powers to open a rift and save his mother, he defended Jack from Dean's resentment and called him a confused kid.

Sam also maintained his view of not all monsters being bad, as he looked into the alibi of Mia Vallens and spared her after she was innocent.

Sam continued to support Jack and found his belief was well put when Jack saved him from being killed by a shapeshifter. His good opinion continued after it was revealed Jack was partially responsible for bringing Cass back, which ended Dean's depression.

After spending time in The Bad Place , witnessing Kaia Nieves ' death and Jack being trapped in the alternate universe with Mary, Sam has become quite depressed, similar to Dean's depression after Mary was trapped and Cass' death.

This depression has caused him to adopt a more serious mindset, as well as expressing a belief that everyone who gets close to him, Dean or any Hunter will end up dead.

He has even come to believe that, when it comes to the end for him or Dean, it will only end bad and bloody, showing that Sam has lost his optimism about living any sort of "apple pie life".

Once Cass warns him of an impending threat , Sam is worried and decides to focus himself on saving his mother and Jack.

He sees a glimpse of hope when Donatello Redfield told him there might be a way to open a rift. This further grows when finding Gabriel but he was disappointed Dean had him stay from crossing over.

After confronting his brother for sidelining him, Sam was able to help in the rescue of his family and stated he was happy to reach Apocalypse World.

Throughout the course of the series, Sam has died multiple times. This wiki. This wiki All wikis.

Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. None of them accept the offer. Realizing he can't save Dean, Sam plans to kill Lilith in revenge. He makes contact with Ruby — now in a different host — who teaches him how to use his powers to exorcise demons.

In time, he and Ruby become lovers and he appears to be moving on from Dean's death — to an extent, at least. During Jump the Shark, Sam and Dean learn of the existence of their half-brother Adam Milligan with Sam using the teachings of his father on Adam after he is attacked by monsters.

They also learn that their father had an affair with Adam's mother resulting in him being born on September 24, and kept it secret so Adam could have a normal life, unlike the boys.

At the end, it is revealed that it was a ghoul that wanted revenge on John for a previous hunt and impersonating Adam who was killed but Dean saved Sam and the brothers burned Adam's body.

Sam's powers become an important part of the fourth season as they are shown to fluctuate — at times so weak that he can barely exorcise a demon, [31] whereas at other times they are strong enough to kill a demon.

Sam eventually becomes addicted to demon blood, a fact that Dean soon discovers. With Bobby's help they lock Sam in a protected panic room [31] so that he can detox , but the withdrawal symptoms are painful and he begins experiencing hallucinations.

Just as the process becomes easier for Sam, Castiel appears and frees Sam. He meets up with Ruby and learns that he will need to drink more demon blood than he has ever done in order to have the strength to kill Lilith.

Dean finds and confronts them and tries to kill Ruby, but Sam intervenes. He and Dean argue about how to stop the Apocalypse, whereupon Dean tells Sam he's changing into a monster, leading to a vicious fight between the brothers.

Sam is the victor and as he leaves, Dean tells him not to return — just as their father John, years ago, told Sam not to return when he left for college.

As Sam begins to feel the guilt over abandoning his brother, he and Ruby capture a demon that knows Lilith's location. Using his powers to torture the demon, she gives the location, but as Sam is about to drink her blood, the demon gives control to her human host, inciting immense guilt in Sam.

A message from Dean, altered by the manipulative, arrogant angel Zachariah, manipulates Sam, pushing him to continue his original mission to kill Lilith; he then drains the woman of her blood anyway.

Ruby and Sam go to St. Mary's Convent in Ilchester, Maryland , where they find Lilith. As Sam attempts to kill Lilith, Ruby holds the doors shut to keep Dean, who has just arrived, from interfering.

Sam hesitates when he hears his brother yelling for him, but when Lilith mocks him for his inability to do the job — even after becoming a monster to do so — he finishes her off, fulfilling his true destiny as the "special child.

At this point, Ruby reveals that she was leading Sam along the entire time so he would break the seal. Dean finally enters the room and kills Ruby with her own knife, while Sam holds her in place.

Sam apologizes to his brother as a white light shows a portal beginning to open. As the portal for Lucifer opens, Sam and Dean are teleported onto an airplane by an unknown force God.

Sam loses his demon powers, claiming that the force that transported him and Dean onto the plane cleaned him up.

He feels tremendous guilt for starting Armageddon and soon learns his acts have revealed a destiny Dean will be the vessel of the Archangel Michael to fight Lucifer.

He is later told by Dean that he doesn't think he can trust Sam anymore due to Sam choosing a demon over his own brother.

On their search to find a way to defeat Lucifer, the brothers attempt to use the Colt and look for God , but it is revealed that the Colt cannot kill Lucifer and God does not care about the Apocalypse.

Although tempted to kill Brady immediately, Sam realizes that Brady is needed to find Pestilence's location and with the help of the demon Crowley they discover the horseman's location — after which Dean allows Sam to kill Brady.

After Castiel captures Pestilence's ring and Death hands his ring to Dean, [4] both Bobby and Dean reluctantly decide to go with Sam's plan — that is, for Sam to agree to being Lucifer's vessel, then jump into the cage trapping them both in Hell.

He then proceeds to confront Lucifer, who reveals that he knows about their plan. Seeing no other options left, Sam says yes anyway.

A bright light shines and Dean looks upon an unconscious Sam as he opens the portal to Lucifer's prison. Although "Sam" says that he has Lucifer under control, it is shown that Lucifer was just taunting Dean.

Lucifer closes the portal and takes the rings before disappearing. At an unknown location, Sam continues to fight Lucifer internally for control over his body.

While talking through a mirror, Lucifer tries to persuade Sam to embrace their union by slaughtering demons that were watching Sam throughout his entire life.

During Lucifer's confrontation at Stull Cemetery with Michael using Adam as his vessel , he beats Dean, slamming him against the door of the Impala.

As Lucifer is about to deliver a fatal blow, he catches a glimpse of a toy soldier stuck in the car's ash tray triggering Sam's memory of jamming the soldier in there as a boy.

The sudden arousal of Sam's childhood memories and those of the bond of brotherhood he shares with Dean allows him to overpower Lucifer and regain control of his body.

Sam takes out the rings, reopens the portal, and prepares to throw himself in. Having been temporarily banished by Castiel, Michael returns and attempts to stop him, but Sam jumps in, pulling Michael also with him — trapping both Lucifer and Michael in Lucifer's cage.

The ground closes up with a stunned, devastated Dean watching. Later, it is shown that Dean fulfills his promise to Sam and has gone back to find Lisa.

As he sits down with her and Ben for dinner, a street light outside goes out, and underneath it inexplicably is Sam secretly watching the three with a blank look on his face.

Almost a year has passed since Sam went to Hell, and he reappears to Dean after saving him from Djinn poisoning.

Upon their reunion, Sam reveals that he has been back this whole time searching for whatever force brought him back and hunting with his mother's side of the family, the Campbells, led by their grandfather Samuel who was also resurrected.

These include using a baby as bait, allowing a child to go through a torturous treatment to gain information, and allowing Dean to become a vampire.

Castiel then reveals that Sam's soul is not with him and is still trapped in Lucifer's Cage. Crowley then states that if Sam and Dean help him he will return Sam's soul, but if they do not help him he will send Sam back to Hell.

Upon Dean's request, Death retrieves Sam's soul from the Cage and returns it to him at the end of the sixth season's mid-season finale "Appointment in Samarra".

He gives Sam's mind a "protective wall" to prevent any negative effects it might have on him otherwise, but Death also warns him not to scratch at the wall he has built, or his memories from Hell will destroy him.

In the season finale, Sam spends much of the episode attempting to recoup his shattered soul, including the memories of his soulless self and tortured self.

Once complete, he reawakens, though still struggling with the visions of the Cage that his soul endured. After Castiel's actions result in the release of the Leviathans — God's first creations — Sam is left struggling with the restoration of his memories of his time in Hell, even if he remains dedicated to helping Dean and others stop the Leviathans.

During this time, he has a reunion with his old Kitsune friend, Amy Pond, who has become a mortician feeding on the dead to sustain her, although Dean nevertheless kills her when he discovers that she has been killing to help her sick son.

As Sam experiences hallucinations of Lucifer taunting him with the idea that he is still in Hell, he initially tries to control them by focusing on wounds he sustains in the real world, but matters become worse when he is forced to rely on information from the hallucination to save Dean.

As his mental state becomes worse, Sam foregoes sleep to stop his visions, but is sent to an asylum when he is hit by a car while running away from Lucifer.

While trying to find a healer who may be able to repair Sam, Dean encounters an amnesiac Castiel, who, when restored to his full powers, sacrifices himself by taking Sam's mental damage.

Sam is shown to possess great guilt about this and rejects hope that Bobby's ghost may be helping them out after an attempt to communicate with him fails.

Sam is initially happy when it is shown that Bobby's ghost is there helping them, but changes his mind after Bobby shows more and more signs of becoming a vengeful spirit.

During the final battle at Sucrocorp, Sam rescues Kevin Tran — a Prophet who can read the Word of God — and is horrified to hear of Dick Roman's plan to kill all the skinny people in the world through poison in their coffee creamers.

After Dick explodes, Dean and Castiel disappear and Crowley appears and takes Kevin, leaving Sam completely on his own, not knowing Dean and Castiel are now trapped in Purgatory.

The year Sam spends while Dean and Castiel are trapped in Purgatory is revealed through various flashbacks in the first half of the season.

Now left on his own, Sam believes that Dean had been killed when Dick exploded, and gives up hunting. After several months, he accidentally runs over a stray dog and, panicked, takes it to an animal hospital.

The veterinarian who saves the dog's life — Amelia Richardson — convinces Sam to take responsibility for the stray by adopting it. In the season premiere "We Need to Talk About Kevin", Sam runs into Dean and learns that Dean had just escaped from Purgatory; upon learning about what Sam had been doing the past year, Dean is upset that Sam had not even tried to save him or continued hunting.

They find out that Kevin had managed to escape from Crowley six months ago and left Sam a string of desperate voice messages, begging for help.

Sam feels guilty and joins Dean in tracking down Kevin, who reveals that he has discovered a passage in the Word of God that would banish all demons from Earth forever.

Although Dean tries to do it himself in order to protect Sam from any possible consequence of the trials, Sam ends up completing the first trial killing a hellhound and bathing in its blood in "Trial and Error" to protect Dean; he persuades his brother to let him finish the rest by reasoning that Dean would be all-too-willing to sacrifice himself for the trials whereas Sam would fight so that both of them could live.

However, taking on the trials quickly begins "damaging" Sam, which worries Dean. After meeting Benny — the vampire who helped Dean escape from Purgatory in exchange for Dean resurrecting him [53] — at the end of "Blood Brother", Sam immediately distrusts him, and asks Martin a friend of their father's who had previously appeared in Season 5's "Sam, Interrupted" to monitor Benny.

Martin contacts Sam in "Citizen Fang" to tell him that he believes Benny killed somebody, bringing the Winchesters to Carencro, Louisiana to help investigate.

However, upon receiving an emergency text from Amelia and being unable to get a hold of her, Sam tears back to Kermit. He finds Amelia happily reunited with Don, and realizes that the text had been a trick by Dean to divert him from Benny.

Enraged, Sam initially refuses to continue hunting with Dean in the following episode. Castiel — who has been mysteriously rescued from Purgatory — enlists his help in saving the angel Samandriel from being tortured by Crowley, forcing the brothers to reluctantly work together again.

When forced by both Dean and Amelia to choose, Sam decides to rejoin his brother and fully commit himself to sealing Hell over returning to his normal life with Amelia.

Although they manage to subdue the demonic Abaddon , who has pursued Henry into the present, their grandfather is killed, leaving Sam and Dean the last link to the Men of Letters.

Sam completes the second trial — saving an innocent soul in this case, Bobby from Hell and sending it to Heaven — in "Taxi Driver" with the help of Benny, who sacrifices himself in the process of guiding Sam and Bobby out of Hell and thus finally causes Sam to admit to Dean that he had been wrong about Benny.

Sam is on the verge of fully restoring Crowley's humanity when Dean finds out that completing the trials will kill Sam.

Although Sam, having fallen into deep guilt and despair due to constant reminders from Dean of how he'd failed him, wants to finish the trials anyway, Dean convinces him to let it go.

The effects of the trials remain, however, leaving Sam in dire condition in the final moments of the finale. Sam is close to death in the premiere, "I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here"; it is revealed that the trials have severely burned his internal organs as well as cut off oxygen -flow to his brain , and that he has virtually no chance of survival.

Having slipped into a coma , Sam has a dream in which he realizes that he is dying and struggles between whether or not he should even try to fight, eventually electing to let himself die with the guarantee that this time he cannot be revived and cause anymore damage.

However, the angel Gadreel is called in by Dean to save Sam through any means necessary. Disguised as Dean, Gadreel convinces Sam to let him save him and Sam agrees, unwittingly providing permission to Gadreel so that the angel can possess him due to Gadreel's ambiguously-worded question.

Gadreel spends the next eight episodes healing Sam from within without Sam realizing it. In fact, Sam is completely unaware of Gadreel's presence, as the angel spends most of this time laying dormant in Sam's subconscious and he and Dean go to some lengths to prevent him finding out about it because Sam could prematurely expel Gadreel if he found out.

Sam is alerted to Gadreel's possession of him by Crowley in the later episode "Road Trip", at which point he revokes his permission and forcibly expels Gadreel from his body by ordering the angel out.

To his horror, he also finds out that Gadreel has killed Kevin using his body to prove his loyalty to Metatron. Sam is appalled and angry at how far Dean will go to keep him alive, feeling betrayed that Dean not only helped Gadreel possess him and hid the truth from him but also for persuaded him not to finish the trials and thus kept the gates of Hell open and allowed demons to continue wreaking havoc, all to keep Sam alive.

Sam lets a guilt-ridden Dean leave at the end of the episode. In the following episode "First Born", Sam works with Castiel to extract a lingering piece of Gadreel's grace angelic energy so that they can track him.

Feeling guilty over the deaths he could have stopped, especially Kevin's, Sam urges Castiel to extract all of the grace still inside him, even though it may kill Sam because the grace is keeping him from reverting to his deathly state prior his possession.

However, Castiel refuses to risk Sam's life. As a result, the amount of grace they gather is insufficient to track Gadreel. Sam runs into Dean on the same case in "Sharp Teeth".

Although Dean tries to divert Sam from the case so that they won't have to work together again, Sam reveals that he is willing to work with Dean again so long as it is on a strictly professional basis, telling him that they cannot work on a brotherly basis anymore because Dean has lost his trust.

At the end of "The Purge", Sam responds to Dean's attempts to justify his decisions by saying that Dean's choices are not as selfless as Dean paints them and that he would not have done what Dean did given the same situation, which stuns Dean into silence.

The two eventually begin to come back together as Sam learns more about Abaddon's history and plans after he learns that she has been taking souls while leaving the victims 'alive', much like he was after his escape from Hell.

They eventually manage to determine the location of a portal to Heaven that allows Castiel to trap Metatron while Dean kills Abaddon with the First Blade — acquired from Cain himself and the only weapon capable of killing a Knight of Hell — but Castiel is left dying of the grace he stole to regain his powers while Dean is transformed into a demon due to the First Blade's influence.

After spending six weeks tracking the transformed Dean — along with a brief confrontation with a man named Cole whose father was killed by Dean on a prior hunt — Sam manages to capture Dean while he is distracted, taking him back to the bunker to treat him with the demon cure.

Despite demon-Dean's attempts to undermine his and Sam's relationship through his demonically-warped perspective, Sam is eventually able to cure Dean and restore him to humanity, although he continues to be concerned about Dean's emotional state after his time as a demon and the possibility that the Mark of Cain could transform him again.

After Dean kills their ancestor Cain, Sam is weary of his brother and wants to free him of the curse.

When Dean meets with Death, he offers to remove Dean from society on the condition that he kill Sam because he'll likely intervene.

Although he initially agrees, Sam is nearly killed by Dean who soon relents and kills Death instead. However, due to Sam's earlier machinations, the Mark is removed and the Darkness is unleashed regardless.

With the Darkness unleashed, Sam and Dean set out to try to find the Darkness, but are shaken to learn that the entity they are hunting is essentially God's sister, who was 'sacrificed' so that he could create the world.

Manifesting as a woman who comes to call herself Amara, Sam learns Dean is drawn to her from a twisted attraction, but matters become even more complicated when Castiel consents to act the vessel for Lucifer when he becomes convinced that only an archangel has any chance against Amara.

This strategy fails- speculated to be due to Lucifer's status as a fallen archangel- but the Winchesters are eventually contacted by the true God, now revealed to be Chuck Surely, the author who wrote the Winchester Gospels, who is able to make peace with Amara and depart.

Sam briefly believes Dean is dead and is kidnapped by a mysterious woman. Sam is kidnapped by the British branch of the Men of Letters who torture him but he resists.

Sam is later reunited with his brother and mother attack the Winchesters to try to take control of America's hunters and Lucifer is left on the run trying to find a new vessel.

Lucifer eventually takes the President of the United States as a vessel, but the Winchesters are able to banish him from this host.

While the Winchesters discover that Lucifer conceived a child while possessing the President, they are left to guard the child's mother while Mary explores the possibility of an alliance with the British Men of Letters.

Although Castiel concludes that Lucifer's child is worth protecting, the potential alliance with the Men of Letters ends when the group prove to be excessively ruthless, to the point of killing a hunter who had assisted the Winchesters on a case because she accidentally killed one of their members.

The Winchesters are eventually able to banish Lucifer to a parallel universe where the Apocalypse took place 'on schedule', in , but this plan backfired when Lucifer alerted the alternate version of Michael to the existence of the original world, as well as leaving them with the complication of trying to raise Lucifer's suddenly-adult son, Jack Kline.

Jack is 6 months old, chronologically. Sam bonds with Jack who soon comes to see the Winchesters and a resurrected Castiel as his 'fathers', while they gain a new ally when they discover that Gabriel survived his death, in season 5, but although they are able to return to the Apocalypse World to rescue several humans including alternate versions of Bobby Singer and Charlie Bradbury , the alternate Michael ,and Lucifer follow them into this world.

Stuck for options to stop Lucifer after he takes Jack's grace to charge his own powers, Sam is beaten by the Archangel until Dean agrees to act as Michael's vessel.

Sam watches Dean defeats Lucifer, but is stunned when Michael takes control of Dean's body after Lucifer's death. With Michael using Dean's body, Sam spends the next few weeks leading the refugees of Apocalypse world in hunts or adjusting to the new world.

Sam later uses his reputation as a legendary hunter to abolish the position of Ruler of Hell, to any demon who seek to take control of Hell.

Sam is briefly reunited with his brother when Michael abandons Dean to continue his own plans while wearing down Dean's willingness to resist, but although Michael eventually takes Dean as his vessel again, with the aid of his family Dean is able to trap Michael in his subconscious.

When Dean starts creating the Malik box, Sam is informed of his brother's plan but Dean accepts Sam's argument that they will still try and find another way first.

Sam is briefly reunited with his father after a pearl with magical abilities grants him that which his heart desires. Although Dean hoped that his heart desire would be Michael out of his head, the family reunion was heart touching.

John was forced to return to his own time before an alternate time line could ensue. Still abandoning his plan to seal himself in the Malik box, Sam accompanies Dean, Castiel, and Jack in a fairly routine hunt.

During this, Sam tends to Dean when he gets knocked unconscious only to wake and find that Michael has escaped his mind.

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