Here you are, preview clips for "The End."  I'm warning you right now, I instantly busted out in tears over Clip #3.  Here's the official description courtesy of Warner Brothers:

Still estranged from Sam, Dean  is visited by Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) who continues to pressure him to fulfill his destiny and become a vessel for the archangel Michael so that he can defeat Lucifer.  When Dean resists, he is thrust five years into the future to see the consequences of his decision - and a ravaged, desolate post-apocalyptic world.  Also stars Misha Collins as Castiel and also guest stars Rob Benedict as Chuck Shurley.  "The End" was written by Ben Edlund and directed by Steve Boyum. 



Comments  

Amanda P.
# Amanda P. 2009-09-26 01:23
omg the car.. :cry::
the 1st clip was funny. Castiel is all sorts of awkward.
"This isn't funny dean, the voice is telling me I'm almost out of minutes."
kinda felt bad that he was gonna wait 4+ hours to tell dean whatever he was gonna tell him.
Faellie
# Faellie 2009-09-26 03:09
Presumably Castiel has had thousands of years of disembodied voices giving him instructions and information, and the mobile phone company voice is just another of these. Hee.

On the third clip, if Dean meets himself in the future, why doesn't futureDean remember having met him? Sorry, Zach, could be a bit of a fail there.

In fact, Lucifer is nicely creepy, but I'm not sure the baddies as a whole are stepping up to the plate in Season 5 in terms of intelligent motivation and planning. Perhaps that's why they're baddies, but I do love me a clever baddie - our heroes overcoming stupid baddies just isn't quite the same.
elle2
# elle2 2009-09-26 13:03
THE IMPALA!!!!! NO!!!!!!

As for the rest...Kripke you magnificent bas****

Lookiing forward to it very much.
Andrea
# Andrea 2009-09-26 13:28
Poor Dean, future doesn't seem to smile on him. Brotherless and Impalaless to start with. By the looks of it even Castiel is not as helpful as he could be.
I don't know if I'm really sorry for him though, after the awful things he said about being happy without Sam. :shock: To his credit, I think he's only trying to convince himself. But it hurt to hear anyway.
:cry::
Suze
# Suze 2009-09-26 15:33
Hey, Faellie ... Perhaps we should try and borrow the Devil out of Reaper, he was pretty sharp ... not to mention a rather unnerving shade of orange ... :lol:
Randal
# Randal 2009-09-26 17:35
Teenage wasteland, they're all wasted!

@Faellie, whoever said minions were smart? 8-) I figure with the apocalypse, it's a numbers game. We've seen how easily humans can be manipulated - I'm still not on board with the Four Horsemen having Tolkien rings - yeah, limitations in human form I guess - but Lucifer's a prideful dude. He doesn't think much of humanity, and doesn't see them being much of a threat. "You will say yes."