Supernatural season 12 episode 14 could force Sam and Dean to do something they said they would not do. That is, join the British Men of Letters.
This week on Supernatural, the Winchester boys will face vampires as their monster of the week. Hence, fans can expect to see (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) back in hunting mode.
However, the question about joining the British Men of Letters continues to nag them. Then again, circumstances could bring down their resistance especially if their mother’s life is on the line.
Supernatural Season 12 Episode 13 Recap
In Supernatural season 12 episode 13 titled Family Feud, Sam and Dean did not take kindly to finding out their mother’s association with the British Men of Letters. Moreover, they resisted Mary’s wishes for them to join the BMOL. As it turns out, the Winchester brothers suspect they have an ulterior motive for helping their mother.
Indeed, Carter Matt revealed it was not likely owing to their nature since they operate as a duo. Although at times, Castiel (Misha Collins) comes along in their mission. Nevertheless, the chances of seeing them in a team like the BMOL are slim.
Yet, the Winchester brothers could end up joining BMOL in Supernatural Season 2 Episode 14. How could this happen?
Supernatural Season 12 Episode 14 Synopsis
TV Guide posted the Supernatural season 12 episode 14 synopsis for The Raid.
A chance to take out a nest of vampires backfires when the alpha-vamp shows up and turns the tables on Mary (guest star Samantha Smith) and the British Men of Letters, who are doing their best to recruit Sam and Dean.
Thus, Mary could end up being in trouble in The Raid. Consequently, it might cause Sam and Dean to rethink their earlier refusal to go along with their mother’s request.
A look at the background of the British Men of Letters would suggest their work is similar to what Sam and Dean carry out. Hence, one could say their legacy lives on through the Winchester brothers. Perhaps this is why they are determined for the two to join them.
Prior to its extinction in 1985, members of the ancient order were classified as collectors who chronicled unexplained mysteries. Their knowledge included supernatural secrets on demonic possessions, exorcisms, as well as time travel spells. According to the EconoTimes, Abbadon killed a large group of them.
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