Season 11 episode 20 of "Supernatural" was a dream come true for many fans who have been theorising and fantasising since Season 5's "Swan Song" that Chuck (Rob Benedict) is in fact God. The entire episode featured Chuck writing and rewriting his autobiography with the help of Metatron (Curtis Armstrong) and in the end revealing himself to Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles).
In the upcoming episode, God will hopefully formulate a plan to defeat his sister Amara (Emily Swallow) before she destroys the entire world. God had after all explained to Metatron how she was nothingness and would always destroy everything he created.
"Supernatural" Season 11 will finally see the Creator in action, even if it might take a little push from the Winchesters. His beloved Archangel Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino) is being tortured by her, and Castiel (Misha Collins) is getting hurt as well.
"She's [Amara] going to eliminate you after she destroys everything that you have created... Chuck, it's you who has to take her out," Dean tells Chuck in the promo. It is quite hilarious to see Dean interacting with the God he despises so casually.
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Meanwhile, Amara continues to torture Lucifer in the hopes of getting her brother's attention. Even though Chuck had denied that Lucifer was his favourite, the love in his eyes was undeniable when he defended the Devil.
It does look like Chuck will finally get back to being his "bada**" self and defeat Amara. However, after that he might end up killing himself, if that is possible. Then again, if Death can be killed, and he existed before God, surely God can die as well.
The "Fare Thee Well" song Chuck sang towards the end of the episode and Metatron's expression as he read the end of the autobiography seems to indicate that to be the case. Find out God's true intentions when Season 11 episode 21 of "Supernatural" airs at 9 p.m. (EST) on Wednesday on The CW. You can also live-stream "All in the Family" via CWINGO and The CW Seed.