|“||It's God. He sent us here to do this. It's destiny.||”|
in Bad Day at Black Rock
Kubrick visits Gordon Walker in prison to alert him of the break out of the Devil's Gate. He relates the rumors that Sam and Dean were present at the incident. However, Gordon shares his belief that Sam Winchester is not even human, and must be killed. A series of coincidences help Kubrick and Creedy track Sam down and they capture him but are foiled by Dean. Returning to Gordon, Kubrick now believes that he is on a mission from God to kill Sam. While Gordon obviously disbelieves this, he enlists Kubrick's help in planning his escape from prison.
When Gordon does get out of jail, Kubrick helps him track down Sam. First they go after Bela Talbot, who gives them the Winchester's location. Once they find Sam they open fire on him. Gordon goes after Sam; Kubrick after Dean. After the chase Gordon disappears and comes back as a vampire. He tries to enlist Kubrick's help, but Kubrick follows his hunter instinct and tries to kill Gordon. Gordon, who is now faster, kills Kubrick.
- Kubrick is highly religious. This is seen with all the Jesus paraphernalia throughout his trailer and how he sees killing Sam Winchester as a mission from God.
- Kubrick used a Colt Python revolver as his sidearm.