7 Questions the 'Supernatural' Season 14 Finale Set up for the Series' End (PHOTOS)

Meredith Jacobs

[Warning: The below and gallery above contain MAJOR spoilers for the Season 14 finale of Supernatural, "Moriah."]

"Welcome to the end." With those words, God (Rob Benedict) kicks off the story for the end of Supernatural.

The Ma'lak box can't hold Jack (Alexander Calvert), but Dean (Jensen Ackles) is determined to find a way to kill him in the Season 14 finale. Sam (Jared Padalecki) isn't quite on board, but he doesn't walk away like Castiel (Misha Collins) does at the thought. But is there any way to stop Jack? God may have one.

After hearing everyone lying to each other, Jack orders the world to "stop lying" — and they do. When God returns, he fixes the world and it's like nothing happened.

For the first time, we also see him get very, very mad when Dean smashes his guitar and demands he tell them where he's been. As he explains, God only intervenes during apocalyptic times, and Jack qualifies as one. He even has a way to stop him: a gun.

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The gun sends a wave of multidimensional energy across a balanced quantum link between whoever shoots it and their target. In other words, whatever happens to the person they're aiming at happens to the shooter. Dean is willing to sacrifice himself to take out Jack — until the moment he's aiming at him.

When he refuses to kill Jack, God steps in. "This isn't how the story's supposed to end," he says. "The father killing his own son, this is Abraham and Isaac. This is epic." Sam realizes God has been playing them their entire lives. He wrote it all, and this is God's favorite story.

"This isn't just a story. It's our lives," Dean tells him. "So, God or no God, you go to Hell." Instead, God brings Hell to them. He kills Jack and unleashes the souls from Hell.

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Click through the gallery above to see TV Insider's questions for the final season and leave your own in the comments below.

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