"Supernatural" fans are still devastated by the death of beloved Charlie in "Dark Dynasty", but clearly nobody is as mad as Dean. In Season 10 episode 22 "The Prisoner", to be aired on The CW at 9.00 pm (EST) on Wednesday, 13 May, he will be seen hunting down everyone who is responsible for his adopted sister's death.
Sam (Jared Padalecki), on the other hand, blames himself for Charlie's death, but does that mean he will shut down the operation he was running behind Dean's back? Castiel (Misha Collins) is still guarding the prisoner Rowena (Ruth Connell), who can now possibly break the code to the Book of the Damned, seeing as Charlie (Felicia Day) mailed her notes on cracking the code to someone before she died.
Sam was keeping secrets from Dean (Jensen Ackles), only so that he can save his big brother from going haywall, thanks to the Mark of Caine. However, it looks like all his efforts will go to waste after Dean finds out that his beloved Charlie was killed by the Stynes aka Frankensteins.
However, fans are very upset with the writers and creators over Charlie's death. Here is an exceptionally thought-out comment left for them: "GIRL POWER? You mean kill off every female character, or any character that isn't Sam and Dean because you don't know how to write them? Also, please explain how one of the most intelligent characters on the show runs off because she couldn't deal with girl drama? How the creepy, rapist dude with ONE arm killed Charlie, when she had previously taken down his brother who was at full power? Explain how this brilliant character didn't get last words or a death scene? Instead we just see her dumped in a crappy hotel bathtub. Charlie Bradbury, queen of moons, deserved better."
However, what needs to be remembered is that with "Supernatural", death is never really the end of a character, even a side character. Remember Bobby? It's not that hard. Although the Winchester boys' friendly father figure died almost three seasons ago, he appeared in Season 10 Episode 17 "Inside Man" from heaven.