Supernatural season 9, episode 14, “Captives,” airs next week, as the Winchesters deal with a haunting in the Men of Letters bunker.
Fresh off its renewal for a tenth season, Supernatural returns with a new episode after a short hiatus for the Olympics.
We left the Winchester brothers at odds, as Sam has yet to forgive Dean for ignoring his wishes and allowing Gadreel to possess him. In a heart-wrenching conversation, Dean defended his actions while Sam replied that in the same circumstances, he would not have done the same for Dean.
For his part, Dean has taken on the mark of Cain in order to be able to wield the First Blade, the only weapon that can kill a Knight of Hell. However, the blade is at the bottom of the ocean, and Crowley has been looking for it.
Castiel, meanwhile, has been M.I.A. since helping to heal Sam’s lingering damage from the trials.
Read our recap of the last episode, “The Purge,” here.
The official synopsis for Supernatural season 9, episode 14, “Captives,” reads:
THE BUNKER IS HAUNTED — Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) are stunned to discover the Men of Letters’ bunker is haunted. Their investigation leads them to a storage facility where the demons have been keeping a prize possession. Meanwhile, Castiel (Misha Collins) is captured by Bartholomew (guest star Adam Harrington). Jerry Wanek directed the episode written by Robert Berens (914).
Meanwhile, a batch of Castiel-heavy promotional stills from the episode show Castiel and Bartholomew together, seemingly in a deep discussion:
Finally, watch a clip from the episode, as Dean tries to get in touch with Crowley:
We also had an extended promo for the next few episodes. Watch it here.
Supernatural season 9, episode 14, “Captives,” airs Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 9:00 p.m. ET on The CW.
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