[S4E1] When I Get Out
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Bobby tells Dean that he hasn't seen Sam in months, but Dean tracks Sam using the GPS in his phone and finds him in a town near the place Dean was buried. When Bobby and Dean arrive at Sam's hotel room, the door is answered by a scantily-clad woman. Sam also attacks Dean thinking he must be a monster, but when he realizes it's Dean, there is a tearful hug. The girl asks whether the boys \"are together,\" but Sam says they're brothers. The girl takes her leave of them.
Sam promises Dean he didn't make a deal to get Dean out of Hell, or use his powers. In fact, he is upset that he was unable to save Dean. He tells them he was following some demons who led him here. Bobby suggests they visit a psychic to see if they can find out how Dean got out of Hell. Bobby and the boys travel to meet Pamela Barnes, an old friend of Bobby's. She starts a séance to reveal who saved Dean, and contacts someone called Castiel. But when she sees him in her mind, her eyes are burned out, rendering her blind.
Later at a diner, Dean and Sam discuss what to do, when the waitress reveals herself and the other people in the diner to be the demons Sam is looking for. She threatens Dean but doesn't take any action, and doesn't seem to know anything about his escape from Hell. The boys leave, although Sam wants to exorcise the demons.
Later that night, Sam sneaks out while Dean is asleep and heads back to the diner. When Dean wakes up, he again hears the piercing sound that he heard in the gas station. Bobby returns as it stops, and Dean convinces him that they need to summon Castiel. He calls Sam, who lies about being at the diner, and tells him he and Bobby are getting a beer. Sam goes into the diner and finds one of the people who was possessed dead with eyes burnt out. The possessed waitress, although also blinded, attacks Sam, and warns him that everyone is going to die. Sam lifts a hand and exorcises the demon using only his mind. As he finishes, the woman who was in his hotel room earlier enters. It is Ruby and Sam has been working with her to develop his powers. He tells her he will tell Dean what he has been doing, when the time is right.
Meanwhile, Dean and Bobby perform a summoning ritual and a man appears. He is unharmed when Bobby and Dean shoot him with rock salt and when Dean stabs him with Ruby's knife. The man renders Bobby unconscious, and reveals to Dean that he is Castiel, an angel. He tells Dean that he saved him from Hell on God's command, and that God has work for Dean to do.
Endeavour's fourth season drops us right back where we were at the end of Season 3, with Joan gone, and Morse and Thursday both broken up about it. And now a serial killer's shown up... Don't you hate it when that happens
Meanwhile, this week's murder mystery starts out as a series of random drownings, each getting closer and closer together. Finally, by the third one, even Thursday (who really does not want to be bothered by a serial killer right now, he's grieving) cannot deny that Morse's hunch that these are connected was right. Especially when the mother of the third drownee can't figure out why he'd be at a pool at all, since he can't swim.
Since Marsden's season 4 comeback was announced in advance, Westworld wastes little time bringing Teddy back into the fold. The premiere episode reintroduces Dolores under the name \"Christina,\" and she's living a life unrecognizable from before. Westworld doesn't explain when or where these scenes take place, and all clues point toward Christina's reality being a secret WestWorld park of some description. One such clue is an anxious stalker called Peter who believes Evan Rachel Wood's character somehow ruined his life. When Peter threatens Christina, a mystery stranger steps in and beats the stalker to a pulp. Though viewers (and Dolores herself) don't see the hero's face, Teddy's chiseled jaw finally peers into view during the final scene of Westworld season 4's premiere. 59ce067264