Exodus is the 22nd episode of Season 13. It aired on May 10, 2018.
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- Jared Padalecki as Sam Winchester
- Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester
- Mark Pellegrino as Lucifer
- Misha Collins as Castiel and Alternate Castiel
- Alexander Calvert as Jack
Special Guest Stars
- Samantha Smith as Mary Winchester
- Richard Speight Jr. as Gabriel
- Ruth Connell as Rowena MacLeod
- Felicia Day as Alternate Charlie Bradbury
- David Haydn-Jones as Arthur Ketch
- Christian Keyes as Alternate Michael
- Katherine Evans as Maggie
- Alexander Cendese as
- Jeffrey Joseph as
- James Lafazanos as
- Dagan Nish as
Featured Supernatural Beings
- Angels (Road Attackers, Arthur and Charlie's Captors, Alternate Castiel)
- Archangels (Lucifer, Gabriel, Alternate Michael; Michael, mentioned only)
- Ghoul (Dave Mather, flashback only)
- Nephilim (Jack)
- Primordial Entity (God, mentioned only)
- Prince of Hell (Asmodeus, mentioned only)
- Seraph (Castiel)
- Witch (Rowena MacLeod)
- Arthur Ketch and Alternate Charlie Bradbury previously appeared in Bring 'em Back Alive.
- Alternate Bobby Singer and Alternate Michael previously appeared in Good Intentions.
- A version of Jimmy Novak previously appeared in the Season 10 episode Angel Heart.
- Arthur Ketch was previously on Earth in The Thing.
- Jack was previously on Earth in The Bad Place.
- Mary Winchester was previously on Earth in the Season 12 episode All Along the Watchtower.
- An Angel's Wings were previously featured in Unfinished Business.
- Angel-killing bullets were previously featured in Bring 'em Back Alive.
- The episode was watched by 1.30 million viewers and got a 0.4 rating. This is the second least watched episode of the season with War of the Worlds being the least.
- The episode was originally titled Apocalypse Now but was later changed for unknown reasons.
- The title refers to the exodus of the resistance to the Main Universe.
- This episode marks the first time since Season 7 where Jim Beaver appears in multiple episodes.
- This is the third episode of the season to feature all the main characters with Lost & Found and Beat the Devil being the first two.
- This is the first episode to feature three Archangels, albeit with two from the main reality and one from the Apocalypse World.
- This is the sixth time a character faces another version of their character in the same scene with Dream A Little Dream Of Me in Season 3, The End in Season 5, The Man Who Knew Too Much in Season 6, The Big Empty and Unfinished Business being the first five.
- This episode marks the first time Sam, Dean and Gabriel meet Alternate Michael.
- This is the first episode to feature multiple Archangel Blades.
- This is the first episode where Mary Winchester kills an angel.
- This is the second episode to have a character kill their counterpart from another universe with Wayward Sisters being the first one when Alternate Kaia killed Kaia Nieves.
- This is the second episode where Castiel meets another version of himself with The Big Empty being the first one when he met the Cosmic Entity.
- This is the first episode since the Season 10 episode Dark Dynasty to feature a version of Charlie Bradbury in the Main Universe.
- This is the first episode since the Season 11 episode Safe House to feature a version of Bobby Singer in the Main Universe.
- This is the second episode where Sam kills an angel with Lost & Found being the first one.
- Alternate Kevin Tran's revelation in Unfinished Business that he has perfected the Alternate Reality Rift Opening Ritual from the Angel Tablet for Michael is revealed to have apparently been a hoax and part of the trap Michael used Kevin to lay for Jack as Michael is shown to still lack a way to open a rift before Lucifer provides him with the ritual from the Demon Tablet.
- Alternate Bobby is revealed to have his own Singer Salvage Yard. However, unlike the Main Universe Bobby Singer, his is not located in Sioux Falls which this Bobby feels is too cold to live in.
- Alternate Castiel is the first counterpart of a recurring angel to use the same vessel as their Main Universe counterpart.
- The majority of the fight with the angels who captured Arthur and Charlie, including the death of the alternate Castiel, takes place at a Gas-n-Sip. Castiel briefly worked at one when he was human in Season 9's Heaven Can't Wait.
- Arthur Ketch goes "its about bloody time" while discussing Dean rescuing him. This is a reference to the fact that Arthur rescued the Winchesters in War of the Worlds and Devil's Bargain but the Winchesters have never returned the favor for him previous to this episode.
- This is the first time Sam has met a version of Charlie Bradbury since her death in Season 10's Dark Dynasty. After rescuing Charlie, Sam hugs her to Charlie's confusion.
Behind the Scenes