Did Chuck show up for a reason?

The final scene ….

“The ticket you left with the publisher, someone claimed it”

I know the second half was a little bit wonky and had a some issues, but  blah blah …. what did you think?’

“Not Bad” Chuck replies, nods his head approvingly and smiles.

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Yes it was a cameo appearance but I cannot get this thought out of my head that if he is GOD, that has god shown up for a reason? Why is he back on Earth, to keep an eye on his flock and to see what the production made of his own story. He had appeared to approve of the production, and smiled which said it all! Some still don’t believe that Chuck is god, so had God bought Chuck back as the prophet since Kevin is no longer around just to see that events had gone smoothly, to his own interpretations? Or do you think this will still be left an untold mystery? A one time thing, just for the concert?

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One poster the other day said this “But this is what I got out of it, when Dean accepted the amulet, God showed up… ” Which some thought was smart and got me thinking that if Dean had accepted the amulet was this why God was back? Had God got further work for the boys to do? Their journey was NOT over by a long shot. Was he making sure that the brothers were finally getting back to being just brothers and appeared happy that HIS story had gone to plan. That Dean was in denial about the brothers relationship, and that he isn’t any longer that Dean approves of what they do and what they really mean to one another….

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God/Chuck/Prophet, so is there a more underlining reason why he briefly showed up. Why he had to pop in and make his presence felt in that school production a story about The brothers, Winchester? Why was he back on Earth? After all God works in mysterious ways? Is there a deeper meaning to Chuck showing up than just pondering over his own glorified words.

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So what do you think? Was there something in it, that because Dean accepted the amulet and what it truly meant, that God was happy with this and is happy that the brothers are getting along again and God is at peace with himself knowing the brothers are on the mend. Or do you think its even deeper than this. That you think God doesn’t give two figs if the brothers are getting along or not. Or That there is another problem brewing, that we don’t know about yet.

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10 thoughts on “Did Chuck show up for a reason?

  1. Does anyone remember the episode “MetaFiction” at the end Metatron types God watched over them. Smiling at his good work. In “Fan Fiction” doesn’t Chuck Smile at the end.
    Natasha welcome to the group, thank you for leaving a comment. Yes Chuck does smile, and he replies to the sound girl, ‘Not Bad.’ So he approved of their work and how the story panned out.

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  2. Chuck is the God, omniscient, omnipotent, cynical, capricious God! After presumed death of Chuck, Kevin became Prophet. If Chuck wasn’t dead, what does it tell people? He’s pretending to be prophet. Clear as crystal!
    So you think Chuck was God? fair point!

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  3. Metatron didn’t kill off the prophets. Crowley killed all the future prophets in season 7, Kevin was the only prophet left standing. Cas told the guys all Angels knew all the names of every prophet past, present and future. When Crowley tortured and integrated Coney dog Samandriel, he basically broke into his angel hard drive, & got the list.
    Jenks your right, actually. Good point!

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    1. But Metatron cast a spell that prevents future prophets from being born and that is why he killed Kevin, Nobody else is able to read any of his scribed tablets but him. If the spell can be reversed then prophets can reappear.
      Okay got you Debbab. Sorry Jenks, she is correct… My memory isn’t what it used to be 😦

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  4. Fandom loves to speculate ’cause that is what the show requires of us as fans. it is a bit of a nuclear reactor that keeps the show fueled. Yeah us! All of your comments as logical possibilities. I will wait with my own until I see whether or not that cardboard amulet still hangs from the mirror in future episodes. We don’t need the amulet to know what Sam means to Dean, but it was great to hear it expressed by Dean. Chuck. Well nobody really dies in Supernatural. Let’s let the writers leave the door open.
    This is so true, we don’t need the amulet to let us know how the brothers feel about one another. But it was wonderful to see the writers acknowledging it and saying hey wait a minute what about the amulet. Affectionately known by fans as the Samulet because Sam bought it as a gift originally for John who didn’t turn up on Christmas day. Sam found that John was a let down, and didn’t keep to his promise. So he lovingly gave it to Dean. Its a symbol more than anything. And a strong symbol even though Dean later shows his displeasure in Sam and he ends up throwing it away in the trash bin. Many of us hoped that Sam pulled it out of the bin and kept it. But those hopes seemed to have died with the missing amulet.

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  5. The honor given to the fans surprised and amazed me. Dean hung the chunky amulet on the mirror of Baby. Hanging anything on his Baby was impossible, then Fan Fiction gave the brother’s faith and healing. Chuck’s appearance not to the Winchester but to the author gave approval to Myth still in progress. Since the amulet would react when god (God) the Universe had function and place as Sam believed and Dean denied was pronounced. One of the most wrenching event Dean suffered was the elder Winchester suffered a violent death soaked in the violent death of his brother. Then in heaven Dean found bits of glory, his earthly combat still raging and worse a purgatory of hurts and needs and misdeeds played out in full detail. After a bitter quest Dean and Sam struggle to the garden only to find no divinity to greet him. There at paradises door, the entrance into the perfect garden, Dean cried out that the Almighty of the Universe was an absentee father. The approval and love was not only denied, but denied forever as his own father had denied him. Was it at this moment Dean disappeared and hope melted away leaving a scared, raw landscape of his inner life? Did here begin the ripping of his soul that cut so deep he learns to put on a smile and pushes through another day or minute a despair that Bobby recognized? Chuck restored to Dean what he had failed to find at the entrance of the Garden that True was real and good and part of an existence that had a purpose curing Dean’s past, present and future.
    Southeast I like your writing style. The amulet moment was really special for me, as it felt like the boys were turning a strong corner and getting back onto an even keel? They allowed us to see that they were beginning to walk past their previous problems. I think what would have made this moment even more meaningful was that it was’t the REAL amulet. I read some where that the object was on another set on the CW and was lost to the cast forever. So perhaps this is why a fake was produced. But why didn’t they try and keep it to its original design? And not some unrecognizable replica.

    Love Aunty B xxxx

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  6. I would love for it to mean something but I have a feeling it was a one off cameo. There’s too much canon destruction in bringing him back. If he is God then where has he been. Chuck was always on the Winchester’s side-if he were God he would have come when they needed him… why now? I guess we will see!
    Me too. I think it was a strong nod to Season 5 and Chuck was a big part of that celebration. Exactly, why now. I think because Rob is so involved with the convention circuit that fans still remember him and want him back on the show. I bet that had a big influence on bringing him back.

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    1. Both agree and disagree. I think maybe this was a one-off. I thought Metatron fixed it so there’d be no more prophets so I’m not sure if he’s a prophet or not. I do know that Chuck is a stand in for Kripke and his showing up might only have been a shout-out to the first five years, just like that entire episode was.
      I think it was primarily a shout-out to the first five years as well. Not much was included in the second act. All the prophets were killed off by Metatron, but I still don’t think that Chuck is God either. That’s just my head canon.

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      1. “I do know that Chuck is a stand in for Kripke and his showing up might only have been a shoutout to the first five years, just like that entire episode was”
        I agree

        Pleased you both agree 😉

        Love Aunty B xxxx

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