The plan is set on Supernatural. First, the brothers need to take care of some unfinished business, in “Drag Me Away (From You).”
Castiel (Misha Collins) told Dean (Jensen Ackles) about the plan to kill Chuck (Rob Benedict) and Amara (Emily Swallow). And the part about Jack (Alexander Calvert). Sam (Jared Padalecki) expressed his concern about their plans. So imagine how he’s going to react when Dean tells him that Jack is going to die
A man named Travis (Ryan Alexander McDonald) checks into the Rooster’s Sunrise motel, and he’s terrified. When he gets to his room, room 214, a boy greets him, asking if he remembers him. Travis is drinking whiskey and drops the bottle when the boy shows up. The boy picks up the bottle and says he remembers Travis.
Sam and Dean are called to the hotel by Travis’ sister Caitlin (Kelsey Crane). The brothers are told that Travis killed himself by slitting his throat. They remember the motel and the monster they fought. When Young Caitlin (Elle McKinnon) and Young Travis (Liam Hughes) first met Young Dean (Paxton Singleton), he rigged the vending machine for snacks. Later Travis tried the trick and it didn’t work. But then it did. When Travis reached in to grab his candy, something grabbed his hand. He started screaming so loud, Dean and Caitlin heard him.
Travis didn’t think anyone would believe him, but Dean and Young Sam (Christian Michael Cooper) did. They admitted that their dad is a monster hunter. Dean asked if anything strange happened in town. Caitlin and Travis took the brothers to a playground with a fence full of missing posters. Whatever the monster was, it liked children. They did some research and found the disappearances happened around a fishery.
Dean went to investigate, and Caitlin followed him. Dean found a pile of bodies, but didn’t tell anyone. When they returned to the room, the monster was back and attacked Travis. Dean stabbed the monster, and it disappeared, leaving a ring behind. Case closed, right? Caitlin thanked Dean, and he gave her his card in case anything else happened. While Sam and Dean waited for their dad to pick them up, Dean said they make a great team.
Sam and Dean find Caitlin in the diner. She doesn’t believe that Travis killed himself. Sure, he had a hard life, but he was getting help. The doctor had suggested that Travis face his fears, and that’s why he went back to the motel. Caitlin thinks the monster never left, but Dean is certain that he killed it. Besides, there are no missing kids.
Dean walks down the hall and sees himself as a kid. All of a sudden he has a knife in his hand, and it’s pointed at his stomach. The kid tells him to say hi to Travis. Sam comes around the corner before Dean can stab himself. He’s scared, though. Dean says Caitlin is right. The monster never left.
THE TIME IS NIGH
Dean apologizes for not believing Caitlin. He feels responsible for Travis’ death, too. Sam is ready to get to work, saying they have to find out what the monster is and what it wants if it’s not killing kids. Dean wants to find the nest first. He says he actually found the nest last time and the bodies of the missing kids. He called the authorities after they left. Dean apologizes for never telling Sam about that.
Dean goes downstairs to get food while Sam and Caitlin do some research. Billie (Lisa Berry) shows up to inform Dean that Chuck destroyed all of the other worlds. Their world is next, meaning Chuck will appear at any time. She wants to make sure they are all ready for what’s to come. She’s checked in with Jack already and knows that they have Amara on board. Dean expresses his anger for what will happen to Jack. Billie says it was Jack’s choice. He believes it’s the only way he can get Sam and Dean’s forgiveness for killing Mary.
Billie won’t be there for the final battle. She asks if Dean has any issues, and he doesn’t. He wants Chuck dead. Sam will get there eventually, but he doesn’t know everything he needs to know going into it. That means Dean hasn’t told Sam yet. Billie instructs Dean to get his house in order and tell his brother everything.
DRAG ME AWAY (FROM YOU)
Sam determines the monster is a Baba Yaga. Caitlin recognizes a ring in the photo that Sam shows her. It’s the same ring that Travis wore around his neck, but she says their mother gave it to him. The stone was cracked and Travis got it fixed. Sam starts theorizing that the cracked ring made the Baba Yaga disappear. Caitlin goes to her car to find the ring and the Baba Yaga attacks her.
Dean returns to the room and Sam is trying to call Caitlin. Sam tells Dean about the Baba Yaga and the ring. Dean is ready to chunk that precious and kill the monster. First they have to find the nest. The brothers split up and search the motel. Sam finds the hotel clerk getting high in the back office. Dean finds room 214.
When Dean enters the room, he’s transported back to the fishery and finds Young Sam’s body in the pile of kids. He transports back to the room and the Baba Yaga attacks him. Caitlin is in the room, unconscious. Sam shows up and pushes the Baba Yaga off of Dean. That gives Dean an opportunity to take the ring and smash it, killing the Baba Yaga.
NO MORE SECRETS
Caitlin thanks Dean for helping her. She asks if he was scared and he admits he was … a little. The old Dean would never admit that. Caitlin says they tell the truth more as they get older because they know that lies don’t make things better.
On the way home, Sam tries to call Cas, but Dean tells him to hang up the phone. He tells Sam about Billie’s visit and that Chuck is coming back. And that Jack is going to die. That’s the last straw for Sam. He’s angry that Dean kept that information from him. Dean says he knows Sam doesn’t like the plan anyway. He had too many ethical questions about Amara, so Dean didn’t think he could handle the news about Jack. If they want to be free of Chuck, they don’t have a choice. He wants Chuck dead, but that doesn’t mean he has to like every part of the plan. They both get quiet. Dean tries to apologize but Sam doesn’t want to hear it. He tells his brother to just drive.
There are four Supernatural episodes left.