'Supernatural' Recap: War, What is He Good For? (Page 3/4)
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
Later Sam and Ellen go off on a recon mission and are ambushed by some demons.  It turns out Jo and Rufus are now possessed as they attack Sam and Ellen, but strangely enough, Jo calls her mom a "black-eyed bitch."  Next thing you know, we see Rufus and Jo dousing Sam in holy water and forcing salt down his throat.

It was at this point I was so confused my head exploded, but then a man entered to interrogate Sam and explain everything.  It turns out there are no demons, but this mystery man is tricking everyone into thinking there are so they turn on one another and kill each other. 

Why would a man do this?  It's because he's not a man, he's War.  As in, one of the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse.  Yeah, those lame-ass seven deadly sins from season 3 can suck it, because we have super-bad Horseman now!

To make it even cooler, War is played by Titus Welliver, who was also the Man in Black from the opening scene of the recent season finale of Lost.  Why is that important?  Because the man he shared the scene with, Jacob, was played by Mark Pellegrino, who is now Lucifer.  Sorry Lost, I have no idea who Jacob and his enemy are, but there's no way they can be cooler than Lucifer and War.

Dean, a bit quicker on the uptake than usual, figures this out, but it's too late because War is posing as one of the regular humans in their bunker and twists his magical Apocalypse Ring to make everyone think Dean and Ellen are now demons.


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