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Reddit gives you the best of the internet in one place. Get a constantly updating feed of breaking news, fun stories, pics, memes, and videos just. Cherubs, also called Cupids by humans, are a type of angel that seem to be at the affection in certain, special bloodlines like with Dean and Sam Winchester. Castiel helps Sam and Dean hunt down Cupid (guest star Lex Medlin) on They meet with the coroner, Dr. Corman, who leaves them alone to conduct their.
He follows the man into an alleyway, jumps him and pins him against the wall. Sam sneers that he knows he's a demon because he could smell him. He cuts him on the cheek with the Ruby's knife to prove it. The demon hisses the word "Winchester". After a tussle and another cut of the knife, the demon manages to break free and run away, dropping his briefcase.
Sam feels a familiar pang. Sam stands and watches the demon run, panting as though he's trying to pull out of a rage. He stares at the demon blood on the shiny knife and sees the eyes of something else reflecting back at him.
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He winces and then frantically wipes the blood off. Sam takes the briefcase to the motel and he and Dean try to figure how demons are involved in what is happening.
The boys decide to open the case. They carefully open the case and a bright white light bursts out. When it fades, Castiel appears and explains that it was a human soul. The angel explains that his hunger is a clue that the entire town is not suffering from love-gone-wrong, but from starvation, specifically, Famineas in the Horseman.
Castiel says his hunger is a clue that it's not all about love. Sam says he thought famine meant starvation from food, but Castiel points out that Famine can apply not just to food but also to love, drugs, attention, or anything that people hunger for, making them rabid for it.
Sam takes on a worrisome look. Dean doesn't understand why Cass is affected; since when do angels even eat? Castiel admits his vessel Jimmy's appetite for red meat has been activated by Famine. Then, Castiel takes on a revelationary tone: He will ride into the land of plenty and great will be the Horseman's hunger, for he is hunger. His hunger will seep out and poison the air. A second vehicle follows and a black-suited team emerges and removes an elderly man from the lead vehicle, places him in a motorized wheelchair, secures an oxygen supply to him, and escorts him inside.
Famine and his demon posse descend upon on Biggerson's. Once he enters, the patrons inside begin gorging themselves on food, stealing money, eating drugs, heavy petting, etc. Castiel goes on to reveal that Lucifer has sent his demons to deliver to Famine the souls of those he's infected so he can devour them. The demons are caring for him to ensure he'll be ready to "march across the land. Famine catches a demon meal on the run. The damage done at the restaurant, flies gather on the corpses.
Famine looks up as the briefcase demon arrives and explains that Sam Winchester was at the hospital, they fought and he managed to grab Sam's motel key. Famine says, yes, that's good, but where is the soul of "the one who loves cream cakes so much?
But, Famine shouts that he's hungry now and pulls the demon's soul out of its vessel and consumes it. Castiel asks how they stopped Warand Dean remembers that they took War's ring and forced him to flee. Castiel confirms that Famine has also a ring, as he continues eating. In the bathroom, Sam is breaking into sweats and breathing rapidly, struggling to keep control of himself.
He finally emerges and confesses to Dean that he can't go because Famine has gotten to him—he's hungry for demon blood. Dean wants Castiel to get Sam on the next beam out of Plainville.
Dean can't believe it and implores Castiel to teleport Sam away, but the angel says that it's too late and the infection will go with him. Dean is at a loss, but Sam tells him he has to "go cut that bastard's finger off" and get the ring, but insists that he lock him down first. Dean sadly obliges and then departs with Castiel. At the hospital, Dean finds Corman's assistant Marty, who gives them the news: Corman, after 20 years of sobriety, went home that morning and drank himself to death.
Castiel confirms that Famine is the culprit and that Corman's soul is still in his body. Dean figures they can use it as bait and follow the demons back to Famine. As Dean stakes out the hospital in the Impala, Castiel teleports in with another bag of hamburgers and continues to eat, giddy with happiness. He wonders why Dean seems unaffected by hunger while everyone else in town has fallen prey to Famine. Dean reasons that he gets everything that he wants when he wants it, so he hungers for nothing.
Castiel asks if he means he's just well-adjusted. God, no, Dean replies; he's just well fed. Just then, they spot a man come out of the hospital a with a briefcase and climb into an Escalade and they trail it. Famine's demons arrive to collect Sam.
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At the motel, Sam is in the throes of his craving and struggling to break free of the handcuffs Dean used to secure him to the bathroom sink. He hears the motel door open and the wardrobe blocking the bathroom door being moved and shakily calls out to the guys that he doesn't think whatever they've done has worked. He is amazed to see two demons enter the bathroom.
The female demon says they have orders to deliver him alive, but she bets that they can "break off a few pieces" and motions for the male demon to take care the handcuffs. Sam neutralizes his would-be captors, in turn. Just as he breaks them, Sam punches him and sends him flying backwards across the room into the tub.
Sam then pounces on the female demon, stabs her in the neck with a shard of glass and starts to drink her blood as she attempts to struggle.
When the other demon attacks Sam from behind, he uses his demon-fueled powers to send him across the room again, and growls at him to wait his turn. Dean and Castiel follow the demon to the restaurant and note the others at the entrance. Dean manages to get Castiel, preoccupied with now-empty hamburger wrappers, to again go over the plan: Castiel is to take the demon knife, teleport in, cut off Famine's ring hand and teleport back. Dean is clearly dubious of this plan, and after Castiel teleports away and doesn't return within a minute, decides it's taking too long.
He slowly enters the darkened restaurant and finds Castiel has neglected the plan and is instead on his knees devouring a pan of raw meat among the dead patrons.
The demons then find Dean, capture him, drag and restrain him before Famine. Castiel has dropped the knife and is too busy eating to retrieve it. Famine taps Dean's soul to determine why he's not affected by him. Famine says he's happy to be in America, where everyone wants more, all the time, but they are all still starving, because hunger comes from the soul, not just from from the body. Dean defiantly points out that he's not affected.
Famine finds it curious that Dean can walk in his presence untouched and rolls close to him and presses his hand against Dean's chest, which causes him some pain.
Famine notes that there's a deep, dark nothing inside of Dean that he can't fill. He can feel how broken and defeated Dean is, knowing that he can't win, yet he continues to go through the motions. He's not hungry because inside, he's already dead.
Sam arrives, fueled for a fight. Sam arrives, his face still blood-stained, and growls "let him go. The demon entourage moves forward to accost him, but Famine tells the demons to stop; no one is to lay a finger on this "sweet little boy". Famine says that he can see that Sam enjoyed the "snack" that he sent. Sam is clearly confused, as he's assumed it was Lucifer that sent the demons to the motel to get him.
Famine assures Sam that he'll never die from drinking too much blood; he is just as Satan wants him.
Famine invites Sam to cut the demons' throats and drink his fill. The demons look distressed. Sam resists the urge and instead uses his powers to exorcise all the demons simultaneously while Dean grabs the knife.
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Sam deprives Famine of his meal. Sam then tries to use his powers to destroy him, but Famine assures him that his power won't work on a Horseman.
Sam acknowledges this, but points out that his power "will" still work on the souls that Famine's just consumed. Sam applies so much power that his nose bleeds, but he is finally able to rip the demons out of Famine's body. Within the episode, Castiel thought that a cupid was the one making people kill each other for love. He appears as a naked man in the series. Their "handshake" is hugging someone very tightly and apparently, nobody likes it, as stated by Castiel.
They are under the service of Heavenparticularly serving Michael. In their occupation, they are responsible for manipulating affection in certain, special bloodlines like with Dean and Sam Winchester. Strangely for Angels, they're incredibly emotional creatures, openly cheerful, optimistic, and easily saddened.
One displayed a great deal of rage at the expulsion of angels from Heaven and wanted revenge against Metatron and Castiel for it. The Cupids' bow is one of the ingredients for the spell to banish all angels from Heaven. Powers and Abilities Edit Being a type of low-tier angel, the posses a significant amount of power, but nothing compared to the power of higher angels.
They have been shown to stand a chance against Seraphim in a fight, but not against archangels, even one with low grace. Cupid's Bow The mark of a Cherub, left on a human heart. Invisibility - Cherubs can turn themselves invisible to the physical realm, however other angels and demons can still see them.
Immortality - Cherubim can live forever, but can be killed with an angel blade. Invulnerability - When punched in the face by Dean, the Cherub only showed a momentary discomfort - hurt more emotionally than physically - while Dean was wincing from the recoil, showing a greater physical endurance.