In Honor of Supernatural’s Last Season, Here are the 10 Most Bad Ass Moments From the Show (Videos)

Supernatural is a fantastic show. In fact, it’s about as good of an “episodic” show where the characters don’t grow all that much as you can get. Sam. Dean. “Saving people, hunting things, the family business,” — that has been fun television for 14 seasons. Now we’re in the 15th and final season. As a tribute, here are the 10 most badass moments from the show’s first 14 seasons.

10) Young Sam beats up a bully.

9) Dean (powered up by the Mark of Cain) massacres the Styne family after they killed his friend.

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8) Death’s entrance.

7) “I’ve been tortured by the devil himself…” (and he has).

6) “When I come back, I’m gonna be pissed” (incidentally, they did both come back from the dead).

5) Sam Kills Gordon Walker, the hunter turned vampire, the hard way.

4) Castiel’s big entrance to the show.

3) “I’m the guy you never want to see again.”

2) “We’re not trapped out here with you…”

1) Sam (who is temporarily a demon) fights Hunter Cole, who wants revenge because Dean killed his father.

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