Um Luzifer, Nick, und einen noch nicht ganz verjährten Mord. Supernatural klärt endlich den Mord an Nicks Familie auf. Seit Jahren fragen wir. Hey:) Ja, deine Argumentation ist schon irgendwie schlüssig - allerdings gibt es auch ein Gegenargument: Vielleicht ist es ein wenig so zu erklären: Wie wir. Alternativ-Titel: Supernatural - Zur Hölle mit dem Bösen „Supernatural“ bei films-arnaud-desjardins.com bestellen Jim Parrack · Marcel Collé, Nick Munroe, 1 Episode. <
Warum hat Lucifer in der 11 Staffel von Spn am Anfang Nick als Hülle?Alternativ-Titel: Supernatural - Zur Hölle mit dem Bösen „Supernatural“ bei films-arnaud-desjardins.com bestellen Jim Parrack · Marcel Collé, Nick Munroe, 1 Episode. Doch anscheinend ist es tatsächlich nur Nick, der unter den Nachwirkungen von Luzifer zu leiden hat. Wobei sich die Frage stellt, wie viel Leid hier wirklich. Hey:) Ja, deine Argumentation ist schon irgendwie schlüssig - allerdings gibt es auch ein Gegenargument: Vielleicht ist es ein wenig so zu erklären: Wie wir.
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Appearing in Crowley's former palace, Asmodeus announces himself as the new King of Hell to all of the gathered demons with a stated intention to rule until Lucifer can be found or his Nephilim son Jack in his place.
Displaying immense powers, Asmodeus quickly begins reshaping Hell to his standards, summarily executing several demons that fail to meet those standards.
Asmodeus uses his unique shapeshifting abilities to get close to the Winchesters and Jack. Disguised as the Prophet Donatello Redfield, Asmodeus manipulates Jack into opening a portal to release the Shedim, creatures that even Lucifer fears.
After Asmodeus is exposed, he is forced to retreat by an enraged Jack. In "War of the Worlds", Asmodeus seeks out Jack, using his powers to search for the boy while also interrogating those who have seen the Winchesters.
Upon Lucifer's return from Apocalypse World, it is sensed by Asmodeus who finds Lucifer and Castiel together in a bar. Sensing his "father's" weakened state, Asmodeus announces an intention to keep power for himself in Hell and imprisons Lucifer and Castiel.
He then hires Arthur Ketch to help him search for Jack, made more urgent by the threat of an impending invasion by the Michael of an alternate reality.
To keep the Winchesters from finding out that Castiel has been captured, Asmodeus impersonates Castiel on a phone call to trick them.
Asmodeus, in his guise as Castiel, contacts the Winchesters in this way over the course of a few episodes to both keep them off of his trail and to see if they've learned anything about Jack's location.
In "The Scorpion and The Frog", Asmodeus learns of the Crossroads Demon Barthamus' plans to attack Luther Shrike's home to retrieve the trunk containing Barthamus' human bones.
Wanting to get rid of the traitor, Asmodeus sends a demonic messenger to warn Luther and to ask Luther to tip off Asmodeus if Barthamus arrives.
Luther refuses to help Asmodeus and exorcises the messenger instead. In "Devil's Bargain", Asmodeus attempts to have Arthur Ketch track down and kill the weakened Lucifer.
At the same time, he interrogates the Prophet Donatello Redfield, learning of the Winchesters' plot to open a door to Apocalypse World.
Asmodeus places Donatello under his control as an unwitting spy. After Arthur's failure to kill Lucifer, Asmodeus unveils his newest acquisition: the Archangel Blade, the one weapon that can kill Lucifer.
After Arthur points out that only an archangel can wield it, Asmodeus introduces Arthur to the archangel Gabriel who has been believed dead for nearly eight years.
Gabriel is shown to be Asmodeus' prisoner. In "The Thing", an impatient Arthur discovers Asmodeus injecting himself with Gabriel's grace. Asmodeus dismisses Arthur until he is ready to see the man and is less than pleased to learn that Arthur knew that Castiel was in Syria seeking out the Tree of Life.
Enraged by Arthur's continuing audacity, Asmodeus beats the man brutally, claiming Arthur to be worse than any demon he knows and that he owns Arthur due to his nature despite Arthur's desire for redemption.
Asmodeus' beating causes Arthur to break Gabriel out and to steal the Archangel Blade and Asmodeus' store of Gabriel's extracted grace, bringing all three to the Winchesters.
In "Bring 'em Back Alive", Sam and Castiel learn from Gabriel's story that after faking his death, Gabriel was captured and sold to Asmodeus who tortured him for years and used Gabriel's grace to gain incredible powers.
As Sam and Castiel try to treat the traumatized Gabriel, Asmodeus uses his powers to seek him out, eventually locating Gabriel in the Winchester's bunker.
Asmodeus calls Sam and threatens to destroy the bunker if Gabriel isn't turned over to him in ten minutes. When Sam fails to comply, Asmodeus breaks through the wards and leads a demon incursion to kill Sam and Castiel and recapture Gabriel.
Though the incursion is initially successful, when Asmodeus begins torturing Sam and Castiel, it causes Gabriel to snap out of his traumatized state and fight back.
Asmodeus proves to be no match for the enraged archangel who incinerates Asmodeus in retaliation for all that the Prince of Hell did to him.
In "Unfinished Business", the Winchesters encounter Gabriel who is seeking revenge against the Norse gods Loki , Fenrir , Sleipnir and Narfi for betraying and selling him to Asmodeus.
Gabriel reveals that he was tortured by Asmodeus every day for years and believes he was sold to the Prince of Hell by the gods both to get rid of him before Lucifer could learn that Gabriel was still alive and to make a profit.
Gabriel is in a somewhat weakened state as Asmodeus drained much of his grace and he used a lot of what was left to kill the Prince of Hell and his grace has yet to recharge much.
Dean later learns from Loki that Loki selling Gabriel to Asmodeus was an act of revenge as Loki blamed Gabriel for the death of his father Odin at Lucifer's hands.
Barthamus is a Crossroads Demon portrayed by David Cubitt. High-ranking, Barthamus implies that he took over Crowley's old position of King of the Crossroads after Crowley became the King of Hell.
In "The Scorpion and the Frog," Barthamus has a demon working for him steal a Nephilim tracking spell from the Cambridge Museum in Cambridge, England.
Rather than taking the spell to Asmodeus as the demon expects, Barthamus kills the demon with an angel blade and instead contacts the Winchesters to offer them a deal for the spell.
Barthamus reveals that a man named Luther Shrike has a trunk containing Barthamus' property, though Barthamus refuses to reveal exactly what the property is.
Barthamus needs Dean's blood to get into the vault as it only opens to the blood of a man who has been to Hell and back.
Furthermore, Luther's property is warded against Barthamus. As further incentive, Barthamus threatens to give the tracking spell to Asmodeus instead.
The Winchesters agree to the deal and are joined by a demon thief named Grab that Barthamus hired and a safe cracker named Alice who is revealed to have made a deal with Barthamus years before which he uses as leverage to force Alice to work for him.
Though Grab is killed, the Winchesters and Alice succeed in stealing the trunk and confront Luther. To their shock, Luther reveals that Barthamus is the true villain in the situation: two hundred years before, Luther sold his soul to Barthamus in exchange for the demon saving his son from a terminal illness.
The boy died of drowning a few years later and Barthamus coldly refused to intervene. The trunk contains the leverage the Luther used to force Barthamus to resurrect him after he was dragged to Hell and to grant Luther invulnerability on his property: Barthamus' original human bones, which, if burned, would kill the demon.
As Luther has left his property, Barthamus uses the chance to kill Luther through decapitation , but the Winchesters renege on the deal out of disgust for Barthamus' actions.
Barthamus threatens Alice's life to force the Winchesters to hand over the trunk, but Alice uses Dean's lighter to burn the bones instead.
Barthamus quickly goes up in flames and burns to ash. However, Barthamus' fiery death destroys the tracking spell which was in his hand at the time.
The Bearded Demon, portrayed by Mackenzie Murdock, is an unnamed demon who has a recurring role in the tenth , eleventh and twelfth seasons.
He is characterized as often laughing at a situation even if it's inappropriate, something the demon attributes to having once possessed a fourteen-year-old girl whose hormones still affect him somehow.
In season 10's "Dark Dynasty," Crowley ties the demon to a pillar and uses him as a makeshift dartboard. Crowley's sadistic game of darts is interrupted by two demons with bad news about his mother.
After killing one of the demons and sending the other away in fear, Crowley jabs his remaining darts into the demon's chest and leaves the room with the demon still tied to a pillar.
Though left in pain by the move, the demon compliments the grouping. In season 11's " We Happy Few ," the demon attends the meeting where Crowley tries to rally the demons back under his control, only to fail.
Along with another demon, this demon openly mocks Crowley's failures and laughs at his bluster. He joins the other demons in abandoning Crowley, apparently for good.
In season 12's " Keep Calm and Carry On ," this demon, along with Jervis, is assigned by Lucifer to clean up all of his burned out vessels.
The two demons are eventually confronted by Crowley and though nervous, the demon joins Jervis in mocking Crowley.
After Crowley announces his intention to kill Lucifer while he is weakened, the demon begins openly laughing while Jervis mocks his words.
Completely fed up, Crowley draws an angel blade and kills Jervis and then the Bearded Demon. Crowley mockingly asks "who's laughing now? Belphegor, portrayed by Alexander Calvert , is a demon who is released from Hell when God begins the Apocalypse and allies himself with the Winchesters.
While he is a low-tier demon, his actual eye color is unknown as Jack's eyes are burned out while Belphegor is possessing him. Belphegor only states that he is not a regular black-eyed grunt nor is he a Crossroads Demon.
He is also known to have worked as a torturer in Hell. In "Back and to the Future," possessing the corpse of Lucifer's Nephilim son Jack, Belphegor presents himself as an ally to the Winchesters, explaining that in Hell he tortures souls and loves his job and as such, he wants to restore Hell back to normal.
While reluctant, the Winchesters and Castiel agree to ally with Belphegor who promises to leave Jack's body as soon as he finds a suitable new vessel.
Belphegor helps the three escape the horde of zombies that has them trapped and offers a spell to contain the escaped souls to a one-mile radius around the cemetery where they were released.
Working with Dean, Belphegor successfully casts the spell and contains the ghosts. However, he reveals to Dean that every door in Hell was opened which means two to three billion ghosts are now loose and in addition, Lucifer's Cage was opened, potentially releasing Michael to wreak havoc.
In "Raising Hell," Belphegor continues to aid the Winchesters, Castiel and Rowena in their efforts to contain the escaped ghosts and the failing barrier.
At the same time, Arthur Ketch reveals that he has been hired by the demon Ardat to assassinate Belphegor who she calls "a monstrous threat to humanity.
In "The Rupture," after the Book of the Damned fails to fix the barrier, Belphegor offers up a solution: Lilith's Crook, a horn created by Lilith to draw the demons and souls of Hell back to her in case they ever fell out of her control.
While Belphegor and Castiel travel into Hell to get the crook, Sam and Rowena will perform a spell to seal the rupture.
Though Belphegor claims he only needs Castiel as backup, Castiel remains suspicious of his motives, especially upon discovering that the crook is in a chest sealed in Enochian which only Castiel can read.
The two are attacked by Ardat who reveals that Belphegor's true motive has always been to take power in Hell for himself and is using the Winchesters and Castiel for that very purpose.
Belphegor kills Ardat and confirms that she was telling the truth, intending to use the crook to draw all of the demons and souls inside of himself to gain unlimited power.
As Belphegor uses the horn, he is beaten to the ground by Castiel and tries to pretend to be Jack to get Castiel to stop.
Seeing through the deception, Castiel smites Belphegor without hesitation, killing the demon and destroying the crook but at the cost of burning Jack's body into a charred skeleton.
After learning of Belphegor's demise, Dean is angry with Castiel as he feels that the demon was a threat they could've dealt with at a later time and Belphegor's demise before they could finish the plan resulted in Rowena having to sacrifice herself to send the remaining souls back to Hell.
Cain , portrayed by Timothy Omundson was the First Son of Adam and Eve who killed his brother Abel. While everyone believed that Cain had killed Abel because he was talking to God , Cain actually killed him because he was talking to Lucifer.
Loving his brother, Cain made a deal with Lucifer: Abel's soul in Heaven in exchange for Cain becoming the first Knight of Hell while wielding the Mark of Cain.
However, as part of the deal, Cain had to kill Abel personally. Afterwards, feeling remorse for his actions Cain took his own life, but the Mark resurrected him as a very powerful demon.
For thousands of years, Cain was the worst of the worst, gaining the title Father of Murder and training the rest of the Knights of Hell.
Eventually, Cain fell in love with a human woman, Colette, and gave up his evil ways for her, suppressing the Mark's influence on him to slaughter people.
In , the other Knights kidnapped Colette to force Cain back to his old ways. Cain slaughtered all of the Knights, but when he got to Abaddon, she possessed Colette and tricked Cain into killing his wife.
Due to Colette's dying request, Cain didn't go after Abaddon for revenge and threw the First Blade to the bottom of the Marianas Trench as it couldn't be destroyed, eventually settling in Missouri.
In First Born , while looking for the First Blade to kill Abaddon, Dean and Crowley tracked down Cain and asked for the First Blade.
Cain was uninterested in helping them, wanting to keep his promise to Colette, but watched as Dean fought and killed three demons single-handedly.
Impressed, Cain told Dean and Crowley his story, but still refused to help at first. Eventually, after speaking to Colette's grave, Cain chose to help by giving Dean the Mark of Cain so that he could wield the First Blade himself and kill Abaddon.
In return, he asked Dean to kill him afterwards before sending Dean and Crowley away and taking on Abaddon's army single-handedly.
In The Executioner's Song , it is revealed that killing Abaddon's demons caused Cain to fall back under the influence of the Mark of Cain. Giving into its rage, Cain decided that as so many of his descendants were killers and other sorts of criminals, he'd wipe out his bloodline, despite it being "legion.
Cain confronted Castiel at the site of his victims' graves, but let him go so that Castiel would tell Dean who would bring the First Blade to kill him.
Going after Tommy's son, Austin, Cain was lured into a devil's trap by Dean, Sam, Castiel and Crowley, after which Dean confronted him alone.
Cain claimed to Dean that there was no cure for the Mark of Cain and it was better to give into its rage. Dean and Cain fought, but Cain proved more powerful and easily beat Dean, eventually getting the First Blade for himself.
Before he could kill Dean, Dean managed to get Cain's knife and cut off his hand. Cain refused to give up killing, forcing Dean to kill him.
While Dean retained his humanity, Cain's descent into madness left both him and Sam deeply worried. Christian Campbell, portrayed by Corin Nemec , is a hunter, and a third cousin related to Sam and Dean's mother's side of the family.
He is introduced to Dean along with the other Campbells in "Exile on Main Street" and helps Samuel Campbell trap the female Djinn.
He is present in the compound in "Two and a Half Men", and it is agreed that he and his wife will raise the baby Shapeshifter despite Dean's objections.
However, the Alpha Shapeshifter arrives, overpowers the hunters and takes back the baby. In "Family Matters", Christian discovers Dean investigating Samuel and the two exchange threats.
Later, his neck is snapped by the Alpha Vampire. It is then revealed that he has been possessed by a demon for an unknown period of time and he and others overpower and remove the Alpha.
The demon possessing Christian is working at Crowley's prison in "Caged Heat" and tortures the Lucifer loyalist Meg for information after capturing her.
Meg is able to withstand his torture, retaliating with taunts about his technique. As he tortures Meg, the demon possessing Christian is surprised from behind by Dean who snatches Ruby's knife from his hand and stabs the demon through the back with it, killing him.
A specific crossroads demon recurred throughout the second and third seasons of the series, possessing only young, beautiful women as her host. Actresses Christie Laing and Jeannette Sousa first portray her in "Crossroad Blues".
Laing plays the demon in flashbacks depicting musician Robert Johnson selling his soul to learn to play the guitar, while Sousa portrays the demon in the present.
The latter is summoned by Dean in an attempt to rescue a man from a demonic pact previously made. She rejects Dean's plea, instead taunting him about his father 's suffering in Hell.
Dean tricks her into walking into a Devil's Trap, and frees her in exchange for releasing the man from his contract. She resurrects Sam in exchange for collecting Dean's soul in one year.
She makes her final appearance in "Bedtime Stories", now portrayed by Sandra McCoy. At the end of the episode, Sam summons her and demands she break her deal with Dean in exchange for her life.
She claims to not hold the contract, being just an employee with a boss to answer to. A frustrated Sam kills the demon with the mystical Colt gun.
She previously auditioned for several love interests of the brothers, but believed that production had waited until the "perfect role" arrived before casting her due to their relationship.
Dagon portrayed by Ali Ahn is one of the four Princes of Hell and one of the oldest and most powerful demons in existence.
Despite being female or in a female meatsack , Dagon is still referred to as a Prince of Hell rather than a Princess. Like her brothers Ramiel and Asmodeus , Dagon long ago lost interest in Lucifer's plans and left Hell for a life on Earth.
She is implied to have failed Lucifer in some way at some point. She is first mentioned in a flashback in "Stuck in the Middle With You ," when Ramiel tells Crowley that Dagon has her "toys" and is uninterested in ruling Hell.
Later, Ramiel tells the Winchesters that Dagon has taken an interest in Lucifer's unborn Nephilim child, though Ramiel himself couldn't care less.
Dagon is first introduced in person in "Family Feud," when she kills two angels to save the life of Kelly Kline, the mother of Lucifer's unborn child.
In "Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell", Castiel learns of Dagon's involvement and warns the Winchesters about her, stating that all he knows of Dagon is rumors of her psychotic savagery.
Dagon continues her role as protector of Lucifer's child in "The British Invasion". She is revealed to secretly be working for Lucifer who has promised Dagon a place at his side if she succeeds and is often in telepathic communication with the Fallen archangel.
In order to cover her tracks, Dagon has another demon murder everyone who meets Dagon and Kelly, including a doctor who did a fetal examination on Kelly's insistence.
Dagon's activities are discovered by hunter Eileen Leahy, who helps lure Kelly out. Dagon shows up at the meeting and resists all attempts to kill her, including with the Colt.
Dagon disappears with Kelly and reveals to the woman that the pregnancy will ultimately be fatal to her. In "The Future", Dagon finds Kelly following her suicide and resurrection by Lucifer's child.
While Kelly now believes the child to be good, Dagon believes that the child simply acted out of self-preservation. For aliases and fake ids used on the show, see Aliases.
SPNFamily is the term most commonly used term for the fandom. Given the "family doesn't end with blood" theme of the show, the only surprise about the term is that fandom didn't think of it earlier, and it took Jared to really get the term into usage.
When the Supernatural fandom began, fans would occasionally discuss collective terms that could be applied to Supernatural fans, similar to "Trekkies or Trekkers" for Star Trek fans, or "Whovians" for fans of the Doctor Who.
Discussions were had, polls conducted, suggestions such as rocksalters, saltgunners, renegades and roadies canvassed , but nothing ever stuck.
Super fans has been used occasionally - possibly coined by TV Guide reviewer Matt Roush is response to a fan postcard campaign in February source.
In the show Becky Rosen is referred to more than once as Sam's "super fan"  . Supe Nazi was a term coined by TV critic Michael Ausiello.
The term SPNers has some currency and is often used by Clif Kosterman on Twitter. Some fans have used the term Super Freaks.
Around early , the term "Supernatural Family" came into circulation, used at first by Jared to describe how he felt about the relationship between the cast, crew and fans: "It's like my third family," he says of his fans.
My 'Supernatural' family's the biggest and strongest, so I love 'em. He also used it at the Comic Con  The usage spread amongst other crew members on Twitter such as Jim Michaels.
For the People's Choice Awards , there was also a new category for "Favorite TV Fan Following". The Supernatural fandom was referred to as "Dean Girls, Sam Girls, and Misha Wives".
Within hours of the polls opening, fan complaints about this led to it being changed to SPNFamily. We won the award! In the Pegasus nebula there is a SPNFamily star!
On 8th of September , Misha Collins tweeted that he had named a star for the SPNFamily. A collective term first used by Dean to describe him, Sam and Castiel .
Later Dean expands it to include Jack dubbing them Team Free Will 2. While not exactly a nickname, the most common term used to refer collectively to Sam and Dean is "the boys.
Likewise, these characters have all referred to them in the singular as "boy. As for themselves, Sam and Dean have a childish habit where Dean calls Sam "Bitch" and Sam responds with "Jerk".
While this exchange became strongly associated with the characters in the fandom, it has only been used six times       in the the show.
See  for the full list. Bobby's affectionate term for the boys is Idjits. Most commonly, it's the Winchester 's adversaries who refer to them by a variety of pejorative epithets:.
Probably the most expressive term is used by the ever articulate Crowley who calls them "denim-wrapped nightmares". He also calls them the Hardy Boys  , a term long-used in the Television Without Pity recaps of Supernatural.
This related to Jared 's previous role as Dean Forrester on Gilmore Girls. Occasionally Sam was referred to as Cute! I would chase you. But Castiel Dmitri Tippens is Russian Mafia and the hybrid alpha with dominion over America, who lost the love of his life, his green eyed omega at the hands of the cult that were the zetas and his coping mechanism was not that of an alpha, it was bleeding the zetas dry and riding the wolf-kin from their treachery.
Fate takes an unusual turn when Varianella Affinis--the phoenix flower and the only weapon against the hybrid is stolen from a sacred monastery forbidden to wolves and humans alike, everyone but an omega.
Perplexed and intrigued, he sets on to uncover the mystery of the omega--confident that he in fact, is the lost love of his life.
Michael is influential, wealthy aristocrat who moved to the countryside in order to catch a break from the life full of schemes and connections.
One day he coincidentally stumbles upon a young criminal, who is about to be executed. He takes pity on the boy and turns him into a slave instead.
Now Adam has to deal with harsh treatment and loss of freedom, but resolves not to break. When he slowly starts to lose hope that things can change for better, it turns out there might be a silver lining and maybe, just maybe, Lord Michael isn't all bad.
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Sam and Dean get shot back to With no sure way of getting back and knowledge of every event to come the Winchesters have a chance to change their lives for the better.
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Sam Johannes. Paul Bennett. Show all 8 episodes. Sam cleans the wound Nick sustained when Dean stabbed Lucifer with the archangel blade.
As Sam dabs some hydrogen peroxide on the wound, Nick questions why he is still alive, leading to Sam theorizing that when an archangel blade is used to kill an archangel, the vessel is somehow spared.
Nick feels guilty for giving Lucifer his consent to possess him and acknowledges that it's weird how Sam can still see Lucifer when he looks at him.
Despite that, Sam and Nick are both glad that Lucifer is dead. When Sam asks what Nick remembers, Nick says that he only remembers bits and pieces from when he was possessed.
He tells Sam that while he doesn't remember much about Dean, he remembers something about Michael's plans: how he said "he wanted to do it right this time.
Nick continues to struggle with having been Lucifer's vessel. He questions Castiel as to why he would do something like that, forcing Castiel to remind him that his family was murdered, causing Nick to have an emotional breakdown as the memories come flooding back to him.
Later, Nick enters the Bunker library with a laptop and informs Castiel that nothing has been done about the death of his family, revealing there have been no mentions of them past the year of their deaths.
Nick begins blaming himself and calling himself a coward, telling Castiel how he would have been on the police to solve the case every day, but that his grief led him to being possessed by Lucifer.
As Castiel tries to comfort Nick, he reacts to Castiel touching his shoulder by saying "don't" and snapping his fingers, much like Lucifer has done in the past.
When Castiel asks why he did that, Nick appears confused as to what Castiel is talking about. Believing some residual influence from Lucifer remains in Nick, Castiel touches Nick's shoulder to sense his mind, coming to the conclusion that Lucifer may have inflicted more damage on Nick's psyche than they could have imagined.
Nick storms out of the library, telling Castiel he is going to find out who killed his family. When Castiel asks what he will do when he does, Nick does not answer him and walks away.
Nick attempts to speak with a police detective about his family's case, but only meets with indifference. He reveals to Castiel that there was a witness who at first claimed to have seen a man leaving his home but later changed his story.
When Castiel tries to get Nick to see that he has been given another chance, he tells him about Jimmy Novak and his death as his vessel. In response, Nick compares Castiel to Lucifer, calling him a "stone-cold body snatcher.
Nick travels to Pike Creek, Delaware, where he meets with his old neighbor, Arty Nielson. Arty had initially given a statement that he saw a man leave Nick's home the night of the murders, but later recanted.
Nick begins questioning why he would have done that, and begins asking if he saw a man with a hammer, recounting how his family died.
Arty continues denying that he saw any man and only said what he did in hopes of helping Nick.
Nick, however, becomes more agitated at Arty, and violently pushes him into a wall telling him he and his family deserve justice.
Sometime later, Nick bludgeons Arty to death with a hammer, placing the bloody weapon on an end table before leaving. Sam questions Castiel about Nick, who informs him that Nick left, leaving a note explaining he had "personal business to attend to.
Nick sits in an office talking of the hate he feels for himself for enjoying the violent things he does.
He accepts that the priest couldn't reveal what Arty told him in confession, but tells the dead priest that he should have helped him find his family's killer, telling the dead and crucified priest he will look into his suggestion of prayer before leaving.
Nick then meets with a reporter from Pike Creek, Diane Fargo, who reported on his wife and son's murder. She tells Nick that there was nothing to go on, even her own theory that he did it wouldn't hold water due to his being drunk at the Elk's Lodge on the night of the murder.
She does give him the name of the police officer that worked his street that night, Frank Kellogg , telling him he currently works private security in Montauk.
As Nick travels to find Frank, he waits in his car in alley when he sees a woman exit a club. He contemplates whether to leave the car or stay.
Choosing to exit he approaches the women, who invites him to join her and her friends in the club. Nick however has to fight the impulse he has to kill the women and yells at her to leave as he takes control of his violent urges.
Arriving in Montauk, Nick locates Frank Kellogg's home. When he shows up on his doorstep and reminds him of his family, a panicked Frank attempts to close the door on Nick only for Nick to rush in and restrain him.