Crowley king of hell

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Sam and Dean take him to a church where he is tied up in a Devil's Trap and Sam starts the ritual to cure him with Crowley taunting him. During one of the blood injections, Crowley bites Sam and uses his blood to send a distress call.

Abaddon arrives and Crowley is triumphant to see her. She throws Sam around until she reveals that she is not happy with his rule and wants a regime change.

Crowley feels the effects of Sam's purified blood, causing him to wonder where he can begin to seek redemption. Crowley is left helpless, but Sam saves him by dousing Abaddon in Holy Fire , forcing her to flee.

Sam continues with the ritual and Crowley begins showing signs of humanity, saying that he wants to be loved and showing some remorse for his actions, asking Sam where he could even begin to ask for forgiveness.

As Sam is about to completely cure him, Dean arrives, having learned from Naomi that Sam will die if he completes the trials. While Sam still wants to continue anyway, Dean convinces him not to and they leave Crowley alone when Sam suddenly collapses in pain.

When the angels start falling from Heaven, Crowley hears it and looks up. He decides to go to Crowley for help when it seems like no one can save Sam, but Crowley defiantly refuses to answer.

He eventually does with a knock, but Dean is interrupted by a vengeful angel before he can ask anything of Crowley. Locking him in the dungeon of the Men of Letters bunker , Sam and Dean demand the location of all the demons on Earth and then leave Crowley to sit in the dark and "reflect while they go do other things.

He claims that Kevin's mother is still alive and that he will lead Kevin to her if he frees him. He also states that the Winchesters don't care about Kevin and will use him and then replace him if something happens to him.

While Kevin is unsure of whether or not Crowley is telling the truth, he ultimately doesn't release him.

When Sam and Dean return, Crowley reveals the name of two demons on Earth and offers a deal for his help: He gave them the two names from the enjoyment he got out of tormenting Kevin and Dean has Sam check on the names Crowley gave them to see if he was telling the truth.

In Slumber Party , Sam gives Crowley a pen and paper for more demon names, but Crowley refuses unless he can stretch his legs. Sam just leaves the paper and pen with Crowley and leaves.

When the Wicked Witch of the West escapes, she finds Crowley and he has her write what she wants on the paper. When she writes "key," Crowley tells her that the Winchesters keep the keys in the kitchen.

When Sam and Dean find him, he agrees to tell them what the Witch wanted in exchange for being allowed to stretch his legs.

Sam releases him from the collar keeping him in his chair. Crowley shows them the paper and tells them what he told the Witch.

Sam and Dean then leave him alone. After the Wicked Witch is killed, Sam secures him to his chair again and puts a pen and paper in front of Crowley.

When Crowley tries to get more out of him, Sam leaves without ever saying a word, leaving the paper for Crowley. Annoyed, Crowley mutters "bollocks.

In Heaven Can't Wait , Kevin tells Sam there is some smudging on the angel tablet, as if the scribe does not want anyone to read it.

He and Sam cannot translate it. Sam suggests they get Crowley to translate as he can read Enchoian, but he refuses.

When Sam tries to reason with him, Crowley crumples the paper up and throws it in Sam's face. Sam threatens to give Crowley up to Abaddon.

Crowley just asks for one phone call. He proves that he can read the translation and Sam decides to let Crowley have it.

Kevin says letting the King of Hell and Abaddon communicate with each other is a terrible idea, especially since the phone call involves drawing blood.

When Sam starts to do it, Crowley demands Kevin's blood. He says that he has had enough of Sam's blood and wants something fresh. After some coaxing, Kevin agrees.

He fills a syringe with his blood. With the blood bubbling in a bowl, Crowley contacts Hell. When he says he is their King, he is put on hold. Crowley finally reaches Abaddon.

Abaddon gleefully tells Crowley that she has doubled his projections by voiding his contracts and bringing more souls to Hell.

She insults Crowley and tells him she will soon replace him. Crowley yells that you cannot rule Hell with chaos, and she will burn.

Crowley passes the bowl back to Sam. Crowley asks for the transcripts, saying that he keeps his promises. Crowley reads the transcripts, and gives them the bad news: When Sam is washing out the bowl of blood, he notices something amiss with the set of syringes.

Opening it, he finds one gone. Crowley has palmed one of the syringes. Heading over to Crowley, he sees him injecting himself with Kevin's blood.

Crowley agrees to help on the condition of his release, which a reluctant Dean agrees to. Despite Crowley's best efforts, he is unable to separate Sam's brain from Gadreel's grace so he comes up with another plan: Out of options, Dean agrees and Crowley possesses Sam.

Finding Sam trapped in a fantasy world where he believes he is working on a hunt with Dean, Crowley tries to convince Sam of the truth and succeeds by shooting him, which has no effect on Sam as they are not in the real world.

Crowley explains Sam's possession by Gadreel, describing him in unflattering terms. With Crowley's encouragement, Sam overpowers Gadreel and finally expels him.

Keeping his word, Crowley returns to his usual vessel before Sam wakes up, but Abaddon arrives with two demons to try to kill him.

Crowley tells the Winchesters and Castiel to leave while he deals with Abaddon, but while Dean agrees and grants him his freedom, he warns Crowley that the next time they meet, he will kill him.

Calmly confronting Abaddon, Crowley tells her that their dispute was not a war but a campaign for the hearts of demons to see who will rule Hell and tells the demon minions to spread the word of his return and vote for him before disappearing.

In First Born , looking for the First Blade , the only weapon that can kill Abaddon, Crowley approaches Dean for help, revealing that the only demon who knew about the Blade was captured by John before Crowley could get to him.

Following a clue in John Winchester's Journal , Dean and Crowley travel to John's Lock-Up where they find a file on an old case John worked with a hunter named Tara , where he interrogated and exorcised the demon who did mention the Blade.

Finding Tara, she recognizes Crowley as a demon and initially refuses to help until she is told about Abaddon. After Tara reveals that the last ingredient of a locator spell for the Blade is the essence of kraken, Crowley takes off to get it.

With the spell, Dean and Crowley are able to track the Blade to Missouri. Arriving at the location the spell indicated, Crowley is seemingly terrified to find Cain , who silences him.

Cain reveals that he created the Knights of Hell and slaughtered them, which Crowley knew and didn't tell Dean, but he refuses to give them the Blade.

Four of Abaddon's demons arrive to attack and Crowley kills one with an angel blade while Dean kills the rest. As an army of demons arrive, Cain agrees to help, revealing that Abaddon murdered his wife.

He gives Dean the Mark of Cain , the source of the Blade's power, and tells them that the Blade itself is in the ocean. Cain teleports Crowley and Dean outside as he takes on the demon army.

Dean realizes that Crowley was actually using him all along, having known the truth about the Blade and Cain the whole time. Crowley confirms it, saying that while Cain wouldn't help him, he knew he'd help Dean.

While Dean threatens to kill Crowley once they have dealt with Abaddon, the two are forced to work together for the time being as Crowley is the only one who can find and retrieve the Blade.

In Blade Runners , Crowley has grown addicted to human blood and relies on a demon named Lola to get it, not knowing that she is betraying his secrets to Abaddon.

After discovering her betrayal and killing her, Crowley calls in Sam and Dean who force him to detox from the blood. Crowley reveals that he tracked the Blade down from where it was retrieved from the bottom of the Marianas Trench years earlier and helps Sam and Dean find who it was sold to by possessing the man sent to meet with them briefly.

Sam and Dean learn that a man going by the name Magnus has the Blade and they realize he was one of the Men of Letters.

Crowley reveals that Magnus was a rogue member who he had been trying to track down but lost track of. Sam and Dean learn that Magnus was once the Men's spellmaster and manage to convince him to let them into his lair, but Crowley is left behind.

After Sam is sent back without Dean when Magnus decides to add Dean to his "collection," Sam and Crowley work together to get inside his lair.

Once inside, though he is powerless, Crowley avoids capture and frees Dean, allowing him to kill Magnus with the First Blade.

However, knowing Sam and Dean will likely betray and try to kill him, Crowley steals the Blade from them until they can track down Abaddon and use it to kill her.

In Mother's Little Helper , after Dean calls him and then hangs up, Crowley tracks him down at a bar and tries to convince him to embrace the Mark of Cain and the killer instinct that comes with it, but Dean refuses.

While Crowley is using the bathroom, Dean stops a hunter from going after him and then confronts Crowley as he believes Crowley was shooting himself up again with human blood.

Crowley doesn't deny it but states he has a firm grasp on the situation and that he believes Dean is hunting Abaddon so badly so that he can touch the First Blade again and get the rush it gives him.

Dean denies it, telling him he's focused on killing Abaddon and that he can't worry about the consequences of using the Blade, though Crowley is unconvinced.

Crowley agrees to bring Dean the Blade when he finds Abaddon, but meets with the "hunter," Jake, that was supposedly after him. It's revealed that Jake is actually a demon working for Crowley who he used to test Dean to see if Dean would save him.

Crowley is pleased, stating that he knew Dean would as they're "besties" and that Dean is "ready. With Castiel and Sam absent tracking down a wounded Gadreel, who Dean almost killed from impulsive anger minutes earlier, Crowley and Dean team up to track down Metatron.

Crowley eventually finds a lead on him but once Sam catches up with Dean, he is told to get lost and does so sardonically. After Metatron manages to kill Dean, Sam works a ritual to summon Crowley but he shows up next to Dean's corpse and shows signs of slight regret for Dean taking the mark, revealing that Cain also accepted death but that the mark brought him back as a demon.

Crowley then places the First Blade in Dean's hands and encourages him to feel its power as he awakens as a demon In Soul Survivor , Crowley has returned to his court in Hell and presides over the punishment of demons that have committed offenses, particularly ones that worked for Abaddon.

After learning of Castiel's bad state and a dissatisfied demon committing suicide with Holy Fire , Crowley steals the angel Adina 's grace and gives it to Castiel to save him so that he will stop Dean one way or another, either through the cure or death as demon Dean is proving to be too much of a disruption to his rule of Hell.

In Girls, Girls, Girls , Crowley learns from Gerald that he and Raul had set up a brothel as a cover for soul collecting.

Crowley disapproved, labeling the scheme "tacky". Gerald defended that he and Raul attempted to pitch the idea to Crowley but he was "busy".

He then revealed that witch killed Raul and destroyed their operation, so he smoked out and grabbed the nearest meatsuit to report to Crowley, believing he deserved to know of the affront to his authority.

Crowley sent two teams after the witch. Alpha team was killed due to the interference of the Winchesters, but Beta team managed to capture her.

Gerald later told Crowley that they had the witch locked up and tortured and offered to finish the job. An exasperated Crowley asked if he wanted a medal or to clean up the mess he and Raul caused in the first place.

He then entered the cell and was shocked to see that the witch was his own mother, Rowena. However, he knows she is trying to manipulate him when she attempts to get him to help her take out her rival Olivette.

Despite this, Crowley agrees to help her kill Olivette and as they make plans, Dean calls him telling him that Cain is killing again and they need the First Blade to stop him.

While Crowley is initially reluctant, Dean convinces him by lying that Crowley is on the list of people that Cain wants dead.

Rowena is disgusted with this, telling Crowley that the Winchesters are not his friends and he can't go to them every time they call, but he ignores her.

Unwilling to part with the First Blade until they have Cain trapped, Crowley helps lure him into a devil's trap with an Illusion Spell he got from Rowena.

Once Cain is trapped, he reluctantly gives Dean the First Blade on the promise that Dean will return it to him afterwards if he is still in his right mind.

Once Dean has killed Cain, Crowley demands the First Blade back and is shocked when Dean breaks his word to him and gives it to Castiel instead.

He is stunned to silence when Dean further reveals he lied about Cain being after him and Crowley disappears without a word.

Returning to Hell, Crowley finds Rowena packing up to leave and she berates him, telling him that he is "not a king anymore but the Winchester's bitch.

In Out of the Darkness, Into the Fire , Crowley is shown to have smoked out of his vessel and thus survived the attempt on his life.

He goes to possess a woman named Marnie. When he enters her house, he is confronted by her husband who explains that he and their neighbors plan to participate in an orgy for her birthday.

After the orgy, Crowley kills the husband and neighbors and calls for two demon minions. They inform him that they've secured his vessel.

When one questions why he waited until after the orgy to call for help, Crowley tells him that he is sorry "for nothing".

Crowley later smokes back into his original vessel , and is greeted by Jervis and the other demon. They tell him of a rumor in Hell about Amara being released, but Crowley doesn't believe in this story, saying that The Darkness was just a tale.

The demon then adds that there was an uproar from the Cage, and some suspect either Lucifer or Michael are trying to warn them about The Darkness.

At this point, Amara has grown into a teenager, due to also consuming human souls from outside. To ensure she doesn't overeat, Crowley has Jervis guard the door to her room and offers her food whenever he chooses.

This annoys Amara, but she doesn't retaliate, knowing Crowley to be stronger. Crowley bemoans their lack of bonding despite all that he's done.

Amara reminds him that he only wants the powers she will soon have, and once she's fully developed, she will no longer need him. Crowley becomes furious, but is unable to make her do anything.

He then calls Dean to inform him of Sam's status, revealing to the distressed hunter that his brother is trapped with Lucifer.

Dean arrives in Hell shortly after, bringing with him a witchcatcher given to him by Billie for Crowley. Prior to this, Crowley had poisoned Rowena's tea, causing her to cough and choke and give Dean the chance to place the witchcatcher on her.

Crowley demonstrates his ability to command his mother, by telling her to hop on one foot, which she unwillingly does. Crowley orders Rowena to cast the spell that will send Lucifer back to the Cage.

He watches from his chair as Rowena obeys his command. With Lucifer seemingly gone, Crowley goes to meet Sam, Dean and Castiel and demands they all leave Hell, while he keeps Rowena with him.

As Rowena gives him a massage, Crowley asks why she hates him. She reveals that his eyes remind her of who she once was, a weak little girl, abandoned by his rich and married father.

Crowley listens on quietly until "Castiel" appears. When Castiel tells him to guess again who it is, Crowley is bewildered to find that Lucifer had gained possession of the angel and is now out of his Cage.

When he tries to get up, Lucifer flings him against a wall and promptly snaps Rowena's neck, once he's confirmed only she can put him back into his Cage.

Lucifer then sits across from the demon and tells him that they need to have a chat. Crowley's fate is revealed in The Vessel.

Lucifer has reclaimed control over Hell and has tortured Crowley into becoming his "dog". Crowley is forced to wear casual clothes and is periodically kept inside a kennel.

However, Crowley isn't completely broken, something Lucifer notices. Crowley correctly deduces that Lucifer, in contrast to what he told Sam and Castiel, is unable to defeat Amara alone and Lucifer does in fact require a team to win.

One day , the demon Simmons comes to his kennel and offers her assistance. Crowley manages to fight past two demon guards as they make their way out of the lair.

Once free, Crowley dons a black suit and takes Simmons to his secret lockup , where he keeps valuable personal belongings.

Crowley reveals to Simmons that he possesses the Rod of Aaron. He admits to finding out only recently that it was in fact a Hand of God.

Before he can open the chest however, Lucifer appears at the entrance of the lockup, and reveals that Simmons was only pretending to switch sides.

Lucifer wanted to rid Crowley of his last inch of defiance by making Crowley believe he could escape. Lucifer opens the chest, but discovers it empty since Crowley had the rod stashed elsewhere.

Crowley hits Lucifer with the rod and absorbs all of its God-given powers. He tries to kill Lucifer with a blast of energy, but Simmons steps in the way and gets killed herself.

With the weapon depleted, Lucifer attacks Crowley. Luckily, Crowley manages to escape after tumbling over a pile of books.

Although the deal was that Crowley would tear up his contract, Crowley snaps Noel's neck and kills Noel's subordinates by having them fire their guns at each other.

While trying to hide from demons looking for him, Crowley contacts Dean to talk about the Hand of God he now has. At a secret location, Crowley tells the boys his desire to use the weapon against Lucifer, in revenge for how he was treated.

The brothers decline to take out Lucifer until they get Lucifer out of Castiel and defeat Amara first.

Crowley is shocked to hear Amara is really the sister of God. The trio soon receive a message from Rowena telling them she's alive.

Rowena helps them set up a trap for Lucifer in order to bind him while they try to get Castiel to expel him. When the angel suppressing sigil fails, Crowley enters Castiel's vessel, where he discovers that Castiel is tightly under Lucifer's control.

Lucifer, in the form of his former vessel Nick , proceeds to beat up Crowley. Sam and Dean work to exorcise Crowley, sparing him from death at the hands of the archangel.

Crowley soon after flees the scene. After this encounter, Crowley makes a move to reclaim Hell and the throne, since Lucifer has been gone for sometime.

Unfortunately, the demons do not wish to obey him again, noting that he only makes "hollow promises". They all walk away when it becomes clear Crowley has no means to defeat Amara.

Sulking, Crowley begins to drink heavily until Dean forces him to quit and accept a part in a battle against the Darkness, led by God. Crowley later meets up with Sam and Dean at a warehouse , where he encounters Lucifer and Rowena both of whom he treats tensely.

Crowley then meets God who he is shocked to see as the latter greets him in a tense way, stating he has been rooting against them.

Crowley is soon disgusted by his mother's flirting with God until Dean puts a stop to it. The trio argue over who is better between angels, witches and demons, with Rowena accusing Crowley of looking down on witches.

When Amara finally arrives at their location, Rowena is the one to greet her and launch the first attack. The angels in Heaven blast Amara with a combined smiting, and the demons in smoke form gather around and attack Amara.

Crowley exits the warehouse and joins the fight, plunging Amara into a nearby car in his smoke form. He goes back inside following the aftermath of the battle, to find that they had lost, and calls it a "dog's breakfast".

Rowena takes them outside to show them that the sun is dying, as a result of God's own condition. Crowley begins drinking inside the Bunker and shows no enthusiasm in trying to fight.

When the team come up with the idea of using a soul bomb , Crowley goes to Hell to grab his stash of souls only to find that the demons had raided it in his absence.

Fortunately, the reaper Billie comes to their aide and provides them with a large number of souls. Crowley shares flirtatious glances with Billie, much to the discomfort of his mother and Dean.

The team decides to turn Dean into the bomb. Believing this to be his last moments, he bids everyone farewell, leaving them to go to a bar while he confronts the Darkness.

Inside the bar, Crowley watches the news on television but turns it off once he grows tired of it. Sitting next to Rowena, he quietly eats nuts.

He and the team are later made aware of the sun's restoration and they all go outside to check. They thus deem Dean's mission a success, and Dean himself dead.

Crowley seeks to reclaim the throne of Hell, but he is unhappy to discover that Lucifer is still alive and the demons are choosing their creator over Crowley.

He tracks the archangel down for most of Keep Calm and Carry On , before seeking out his mother's help. He threatens to expose her true identity to her boyfriend Ben if she does not comply.

Mother and son then await for Lucifer, who arrives inside his new vessel in Mamma Mia. Taking Lucifer by surprise, Rowena uses magic to paralyze Lucifer's vessel while Crowley weakens it with acid.

Lucifer burns in agony but he soon recovers. With his plan unsuccessful, Crowley flees the scene. The demon and angel go to pay her a visit, but she is uncooperative, leading Crowley to threaten to steal her mobility, which was recently restored by Lucifer.

Castiel insists on talking nicely, which helps them find out Lucifer's current whereabouts. However, Castiel is both shocked and disturbed when Wendy mentions Rowena.

Crowley explains to the angel how dangerous it is for Rowena to be by Lucifer's side, since he suspects she will give her services up in exchange for her life, like she always does.

The two track Rowena and Lucifer to a cabin in the woods, where they only find Rowena, enjoying tea and the scenery. As the three leave, Rowena admits her hatred for Lucifer, which is why she will help them re-seal the archangel should they manage to corner him.

Crowley and Castiel then resume their search for the archangel. In Rock Never Dies , Crowley joins Castiel and the Winchesters in pursuit of Lucifer who has gone to Los Angeles to stage a concert in order to murder his vessel's fans.

Once they have the location, Crowley and Castiel personally confront Lucifer backstage while Sam and Dean try to lure the fans away.

Lucifer manages to gain the upper hand and severely beats Crowley with a guitar, giving him a black eye. Lucifer ultimately escapes, his vessel dead and the gang forced to pursue him again.

The four discover that Lucifer has taken the president as his latest vessel. Crowley makes quick work of him and kills him instantly, and is a bit taken aback when Rowena says this is the nicest thing he has ever done for her.

Mother and son share a smile. With Rowena at his side, Crowley travels to the president's location and joins the other three in luring Lucifer into a trap so they can expel him from Jefferson and have Rowena cast a spell to banish him back into his prison.

The plan is a success. Crowley then departs with Rowena, leaving the Winchesters at the mercy of the Secret Service.

He implores Crowley to get his minions who work in the government to help free the brothers, but Crowley reveals that none of them are aware of the brothers' location.

Much to Castiel's horror, Crowley chooses not to get involved since he knows Sam and Dean will find a way out like they always do.

Mary Winchester mentioned to not wanting to side with Crowley or his mother but said they didn't look bad when Castiel brought in the British Men of Letters to help.

While Crowley's demons kill Wally, they are in turn killed by the Winchesters. As the Winchesters and Castiel regroup in a barn, Crowley appears to warn them of what they have unleashed upon themselves by attacking Ramiel.

Crowley meets Mary Winchester who is shocked to see him but threatens to kill him if he touches her. He soon realizes that Castiel has been stabbed with the Lance of Michael and warns that there is no cure.

Crowley along with Cass then tells the group about the Princes of Hell, even revealing Azazel was one of them as they all have his eyes.

He also reveals that their deaths were reported to avoid anyone bothering them. At Dean's urging and seeing the Winchesters as useful allies, Crowley attempts to talk Ramiel down to no luck and is thrown through the barn door with great force, knocking Crowley unconscious.

After Sam kills Ramiel with the Lance of Michael, Crowley wakes up and examines the Lance and realizes that its power comes from its craftsmanship.

Crowley then breaks the Lance, saving Castiel's life. Returning to his palace, Crowley panics over the theft of the Colt from Ramiel's house and is taunted by Lucifer who is now Crowley's prisoner in the same "dog cage" he once held Crowley in.

In Family Feud , Crowley talks with Lucifer over the latter's fate. Lucifer doubts things will go well for Crowley.

When he mentions Kelly Kline , Crowley tells him that Kelly aborted the child, but Lucifer reveals his child is still alive, confirmed by the fact that he still can sense him.

Crowley is angered, and when Dean calls him and asks to speak to Gavin , Crowley angrily refers to the brothers as "morons" for letting Kelly go.

He also doesn't allow them access to his son. Nevertheless, Gavin does meet with the Winchesters due to Rowena's help.

He calls Crowley in order to bid him farewell, but Crowley is unwilling to let his son return to his death. Rowena paralyzes Crowley with magic, forcing him to watch Gavin walk away, never to be seen again.

Crowley believes Rowena intervened for a dark reason, and Rowena explains that by allowing Gavin to die, she has paid Crowley back for the death of Oskar.

She has forced Crowley to experience the loss of one's own child. Crowley is displeased to learn this, but also heart broken about losing Gavin.

In Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell , two demons suspect Crowley is hiding something so they set Ramsey free from her kennel and try to divert Crowley's attention to other matters.

When Dean calls Crowley about a hellhound attack, Crowley leaves the palace to help him deal with Ramsey. This allows the two demons a chance to find Lucifer and free him of his chains.

During the hunt for Ramsey, Dean thanks Crowley for saving Castiel's life. Once Ramsey is dead, both Sam and Ramsey's near-victim Gwen Hernandez thank Crowley for his efforts, with Gwen going so far as to hug him.

Back at his palace, Crowley finds Lucifer sitting on his throne. Crowley proves he has the upper hand by causing Lucifer physical pain without touching him.

Crowley reveals that the chains weren't binding Lucifer, but his own vessel was, and it is now under Crowley's control. Crowley proceeds to torture a helpless Lucifer.

In The British Invasion , Crowley has seemingly broken Lucifer who is now behaving completely submissive. Feeling he has done the impossible and will earn the respect he lost because of Lucifer, Crowley showcases Lucifer's new obedience towards him to a group of demons.

Crowley is unaware however, that while Lucifer speaks highly of a King, he is secretly referring to himself and not Crowley, a fact which Crowley alone is left blind to.

While Crowley is out doing his usual rounds, Lucifer calls for a demon to try to crack the system that grants Crowley control over his vessel.

The two don't see eye to eye completely, given Doctor Hess' low opinion of humans who sold their soul and became a demon. Crowley believes they can form a stable alliance.

When Doctor Hess asks for one of his hellhounds, Crowley sends her one. This particular hellhound is used by the British Men of Letters to hunt down American hunters.

Crowley later gets a call from Sam asking about any missing hellhounds, since one apparently attacked and killed Sam's friend, Eileen Leahy. Crowley denies such, claiming he had been cuddling with the hellhounds the night before.

Crowley finishes the call by telling Sam he doesn't care if a hunter was killed by one of his hellhounds. Crowley returns to Lucifer's prison to inform the archangel that he wishes to make use of Lucifer.

Since Lucifer is now his slave, Crowley hopes to use Lucifer's powers to decimate his enemies. Crowley also asks for the whereabouts of Lucifer's son, wanting to use the child's powers as well for his own benefit.

He tries to goad the information out of Lucifer by informing him that with Dagon dead, the child and its mother has fallen into the hands of Castiel.

When Crowley leaves the room, Drexel is shown hiding behind the door. When Crowley returns to Lucifer's prison a second time, he discovers Lucifer now has control of his vessel.

Lucifer uses his newfound control over the demon to torture him and seemingly kill him with a stab by an angel blade.

After Lucifer's escape, the demons drag away Crowley's vessel to be disposed of. A rat follows them. In All Along the Watchtower , Crowley is revealed to have survived by taking a rat as his vessel.

Once the demons are gone, Crowley repossesses his buried vessel. As the Winchesters attempt to locate Lucifer's son, Crowley appears in the bunker, drawing their ire as they have correctly surmised that Crowley was responsible for Lucifer not ending up in the Cage.

Dean initially threatens to kill Crowley, but is convinced by Sam to hold off as Rowena is dead and Crowley helped her with the Cage spell and thus may know how to seal Lucifer away again.

Crowley explains that he believed that with Lucifer under his control, he could finally win over those trying usurp his throne such as Abaddon.

However, Crowley reveals that while possessing the rat, he had a lot of time to think and has realized he hates his job as King of Hell.

Crowley offers to help the Winchesters defeat Lucifer at which point he will seal the Gates of Hell, leaving the only demon on Earth himself.

After the Winchesters locate Lucifer's son, Dean pins Crowley's hand to the table with the demon-killing knife and orders him to stay put. As Lucifer attacked Dean, Crowley flung him away and faced off with Lucifer armed with an angel blade.

Lucifer taunts Crowley about his inability to defeat him. Instead of attacking Lucifer, Crowley agrees with his statement before voicing his hatred of him and his anticipation to wipe away his smug smile.

Crowley bid the Winchester's farewell as he stabs his chest with the angel blade, killing himself and completing the spell to seal the rift. However, the rift takes a few minutes to seal, resulting in Lucifer killing Castiel and Mary Winchester ending up trapped alongside Lucifer.

While praying to God , Dean asks for Crowley to be resurrected alongside Castiel , but God doesn't answer. Later, during the Hunter's Funeral held for Castiel and Kelly Kline , Crowley is one of the people Dean says his goodbyes to and Dean appears to mourn his death as well as Castiel and in Dean's presumption, Mary Winchester.

Asmodeus announces that the Crowley era is over and that he will be putting things back to the way they were before Crowley's ascension to King of Hell.

During this time, Dean comments that he promised himself that he wouldn't work with any more demons following Crowley's death.

After being informed that Crowley is dead, Rowena is genuinely grieved by his loss, stating that Crowley was her only son "and I'd much rather have a living son, even one that hated me than a dead hero!

In Funeralia , Rowena is revealed to be killing people and Reapers in an attempt to get Death's attention in order to bring Crowley back.

Rowena shows remorse for abandoning Crowley as a child, feeling that the life he lived as a human and ultimately as a demon came from her decision.

Though Billie, the new Death eventually shows up, she refuses to bring Crowley back and instead explains The Natural Order of things to Rowena and why she must simply accept her son's fate.

Crowley with an Angel Blade. Crowley's main goal is self-preservation, and he is willing to sacrifice anything else for it. He is a survivor at heart, and will use any means to accomplish this goal.

In fact, he tends to only lose his temper when his personal safety is threatened or when dealing with what he considers overwhelming stupidity.

Crowley at times appears incredibly volatile under his smooth and charming personality, as when he has screamed at multiple people, including Dean and Castiel, when appearing calm only seconds before.

As Dean described it, when dealing with Crowley, "he will always find a way to bone you". He is not above making deals or alliances with his enemies when he feels it is beneficial for him.

He is extremely opportunistic and his goal seems to be to expand the grasp of his power as he's gone from "punk-ass crossroads demon " to King of Hell, and in Season 6 he was looking for Purgatory , as he called himself a developer, saying the monsters in Purgatory would help him.

Crowley is cunning, devious, and highly skilled at manipulating others. This is best demonstrated when he tricks Dean into impressing and getting the First Blade from Cain, successfully manipulating not just Dean but a large number of demons who he led to the slaughter.

Despite his arrogance, he does not dismiss possible threats like the Winchesters as other demons do, but seeks to eliminate said threats, however at times he does let his arrogance get the better of him, especially if he feels certain he will win.

He was also the only demon to realize that Lucifer must hate demons as much as he hates humans which demons originally were. He leaves once he realizes that a situation is too dangerous for him to risk, but resolves himself when he knows that escape isn't an option such as derailing the Apocalypse once his betrayal was revealed to Hell and "accepting" death in " Meet the New Boss ".

He thought up new ideas for how Hell ought to be run and tried to implement new ideas when he became its king; when other demons resisted this, he called them "evil, lying prats" and "stupid," expressing the desire to kill them all at times.

He is also seemingly sentimental as he is rather dismayed when Sam kills his pet hellhound. Crowley was also intelligent enough to work out where Castiel had hidden the Angel Tablet, even when Naomi and her garrison couldn't.

As the former King of the Crossroads, he is also extremely skilled at drawing up contracts and creating hidden agendas to trick his enemies.

He was also clever enough to make sure it was Sam, not Dean, who signed his deal in "Sacrifice". Beneath Crowley's affable facade, he is cruel, sadistic, and merciless.

He appears to be quite vengeful: Crowley also has no problem killing children as he is willing to slaughter a nursery of infant shapeshifters to find Purgatory's location and later bakes baby uvula muffins simply to get on Dick Roman's good side.

He was also willing to let a hunter, Tara, die in order to trick Dean and retrieve the First Blade, dismissing her as eggs that need to be cracked to make an omelette.

Crowley has also shown to at times be extremely ruthless and wrathful to other demons. After both Lucifer and Abaddon were defeated, Crowley's first course of action was to round up and kill all the demons who had supported his enemy.

Crowley is shown to be a tough task master and inspires fear in many demons. A captured crossroads demon preferred death from the Winchesters than the alternative of facing Crowley.

Even when Abaddon told demons of his "death," some still feared him and refused to join until they witnessed proof of his demise.

Crowley is also perhaps masochistic as he laughed at the idea of Sam and Dean torturing him and seemed to eagerly provoke Kevin to "beat" him in order to manipulate him.

It's possible, based on his reaction to his own confession, that this is true and his time being tortured in Hell twisted his desire to an megalomaniac need for power and respect.

He also displayed some regret for his actions, asking Sam where he could even begin to ask for forgiveness while discussing Sam's own confession to purify his blood.

The ritual has been shown to have some lingering affects on Crowley, though he hid it. He developed a craving for human blood and still retained at least a few human emotions, such as enough affection for his son who he'd previously claimed to loathe to stop him from being sent back to his time to die, even though it could seriously effect history.

Crowley is an accomplished tinkerer and innovator. He innovated various methods or techniques on harming his opponents, such as the case when he was torturing the Alpha Shapeshifter.

He also possesses knowledge of how to produce more ammunition for the Colt. He also had the ingenuity to melt angel blades into bullets as a form of deadly weapon against angels.

Crowley is a very capable strategist, a skill he has used and demonstrated multiple times to achieve survival or dominance.

He has outplayed or outwitted many of his opponents, even those more powerful than him. In Devil May Care , it has been said by a crossroad demon that a lot of them still fear Crowley, despite him missing in action.

The said demon was extremely loyal to her king, and showed no hesitation to voice out her reluctance to support Abaddon, who was planning to usurp the crown from Crowley.

Following the attempt to cure him and their alliance to stop Abaddon, Crowley seems to have developed something of a trust in the Winchesters, coming when they call and trusting Dean's word that he will return the First Blade to him.

He also seemed genuinely fond of demon Dean and the idea of him ruling Hell at his side and was shown to be nostalgic about their time together.

Rowena suggests that he has a fondness for the Winchesters bordering on seeing them as friends, not enemies anymore given all that he does for them.

However, this trust seems to have been broken by Dean's revelations in The Executioner's Song that he lied to him at a time when Crowley clearly was taking him at his word.

Notably, Crowley is also very resilient to torture and does not submit easily to whoever wishes to take control of him.

He has withstood numerous beatings and comes out in the end appearing either proud or completely unfazed. Lucifer, a master torturer, is unable to completely break the demon despite going so far as the imprison Crowley and force him to wear anything but his beloved suit, which Crowley has admitted to being deeply fond of.

However, if he truly feels like his life is threatened, he will succumb to his torturer's wishes, as with the case of Amara, who demanded him to free Dean.

Overall, Crowley retains his self-serving and self-preservation personality traits. He will force anyone to do as they are told on pain of death or that of their loved ones.

Kevin refuses, but as Crowley wants Kevin to read it for him and not someone else, he tortures Kevin, cutting off his finger to force him to agree.

Crowley has Kevin read the titles of the sections of the tablet to him, which include the sections on how to kill demons and closing the Gates of Hell , interesting Crowley as he realizes that the gates really can be closed.

Kevin finds a note from the angel Metatron , writer of the tablet, in which he says he will be taking his leave of God and Heaven after he writes the tablets and leaves them for humanity.

It interests Crowley as it reveals that there are more Word of God tablets than just the ones on leviathans and demons. Castiel draws his angel blade on Crowley, but Crowley is unconcerned as Castiel is in a clearly weakened state and Crowley doesn't think he is a match for him.

Castiel makes his wings appear and reaches out to smite Crowley. Crowley initially believes he's bluffing, but realizing that he's serious, he grabs the tablet and tries to make a run for it.

To stop him, Castiel breaks the tablet in half and Crowley only gets away with half of it while Castiel and the Winchesters get the other half.

Crowley sets Viggo to interrogate Samandriel for whatever they can get out of him and is annoyed when Viggo summons him until he realizes that Samandriel has gone back to "factory settings" and that Viggo has tapped into his "operating system" with his torture.

Crowley continues the torture personally to get what he can out of the angel who speaks in Enochian which Crowley can understand.

Crowley gets annoyed with Samandriel's various babbling until he starts talking about an angel tablet which is apparently hardwired into all angels.

As Sam and Dean try to break in, Crowley continues the torture as he appears to be getting close to something and is shocked when Samandriel reveals that there is an angel tablet.

Crowley flees as Sam and Dean finally break in. Dean, desperate for a way to kill a hellhound in order to close the Gates of Hell considers summoning a crossroads demon and forcing them to summon a hellhound for him to kill, but Sam is sure that if Crowley gets wind of what they are up to, he will send a hundred instead to kill them.

While investigating a family they believe has made a deal , Sam learns that Crowley himself made the deal with the people, posing as a traveling salesman back when he was just King of the Crossroads.

Crowley was summoned by Carl Granville who wanted Alice Cassity to be his wife, but stuck around and made deals with Margot Cassity and Ellie for the family to strike oil and her mother to be cured of Parkinson's disease respectively.

However, Dean learns that Crowley failed to mention the fact that in ten years he would be back to collect their souls.

After Sam kills the hellhound with Ruby's knife , Sam and Dean make a hex bag for Ellie to use to hide from Crowley while on the run so he can't find her and send another hellhound to kill her.

Looking for the angel tablet , Crowley figures out that it was in the hands of Lucifer and that he had it hidden in one of his many crypts.

Needing someone who knows their location, he tortures Meg who knows from her time with Azazel. Meg gives him general locations so Crowley has his demons possess people who know things about the various towns and use their knowledge to dig for the crypts.

One of his demons calls him to report his failure to find the crypt and that all of the other demons are dead and Meg is gone.

Crowley himself appears while the demon is on the phone with him and angered at the failure, stabs with the demon with an angel blade , killing him and decides to take up the search himself.

After the two demons he sends to attack Sam and Meg at the location of the crypt are killed by them, Crowley appears and tells Sam he's angry that he killed one of his hellhounds.

Even though they have demon-proofed the building, Crowley tells them it won't hold him off long and Meg tells Sam to go find Dean and Castiel while she holds him off.

Crowley is annoyed that Castiel has been foiling him again and tries to convince Meg to turn on the Winchesters, telling her that they plan to seal all demons in Hell and kill him.

However, Meg tells him he sold her on their plan with the fact that they want to kill him and the two fight with their angel blades.

Meg proves to be no match for Crowley, but her actions allow Sam, Dean and Castiel time to escape, Castiel with the angel tablet.

Meg taunts Crowley over how Castiel apparently has the tablet as Sam and Dean are leaving without him and stabs Crowley through the shoulder with her blade.

Barely affected, Crowley removes the blade and stabs Meg with his own, killing her. In the crypt, Crowley meets the angel Naomi who is also looking for the tablet.

Crowley indicates a previous sexual relationship between the two and realizes that the tablet is indeed gone and that Castiel has it.

Naomi tells him that Castiel is doing exactly what he is meant to do: Crowley starts to offer Naomi a deal and is annoyed when she disappears when he turns away as that is what he usually does.

After learning from one of his demons that rogue reaper Ajay was seen making a deal with the Winchesters, Crowley approaches him in his cab for answers.

After learning that Ajay took Sam to Hell for an unknown reason and that he is due to pick him up in 17 hours, Crowley kills Ajay with an angel blade so he can't get him.

Talking with his assistant, Crowley puts everything together: When Sam returns from Purgatory with Bobby Singer 's soul in his arm, Crowley intercepts it as it rises to Heaven and prevents Sam and Dean from interfering as he starts to take it back to Hell.

However, Naomi shows up to stop him. Crowley tries to convince her not to help as he believes the Winchesters will seal Heaven as well, but telling him that she hopes he gets sealed up first, Naomi tries to smite Crowley who flees.

Naomi then releases Crowley's hold on Bobby's soul and he rises into Heaven. Crowley finds Kevin despite his protections and reveals that he tortured Linda Tran for Kevin's location.

Linda didn't break, so Crowley killed her and got the location off of her smartphone. Crowley captures Kevin and takes all of his notes on the tablet, fixing the damage so it looks like Kevin simply ran away.

After capturing Kevin Tran Crowley puts him in a fake Fizzles' Folly set after scrubbing his short-term memory so that he does not remember being abducted.

Two demons masquerade as Sam and Dean to keep Kevin working on deciphering Crowley's half of the tablet and to try and get the location of Kevin's half from him, while Crowley observes and offers character notes from a large room with a series of monitors hooked up to hidden cameras observing Kevin.

Crowley then crashes Naomi 's interrogation of Castiel and kills an angel using a gun, with bullets that were created by melting down an angel blade , and wounds another.

Naomi retreats and Crowley reveals that the wounded angel, Ion , is working for him. He takes Castiel and deduces that the angel tablet is inside Castiel, which he then removes after shooting Castiel in the stomach.

Crowley's plan to break Kevin backfires when Kevin sees through his trick and sends his fake Sam and Dean into a trap. Crowley reveals himself to Kevin and asks how he figured it out, Kevin explains that his fake Sam and Dean were too polite and accommodating, and that Crowley will not be able to break him.

Crowley claims that he has already won as he has the angel tablet and has many deals in play that they do not know about.

Before he can kill Kevin the angel Metatron appears, in his true form, and throws Crowley into a wall, burning his vessel quite badly, and escapes with Kevin, who also managed to take Crowley's half of the tablet leaving him with only the angel tablet.

Attempting to recover the tablet, Crowley uses the Supernatural books to find people that the Winchesters have saved in the past and kill them, reasoning that the Winchesters will be left feeling guilty and grief-stricken about the fact that they have failed the people they saved, their victories in saving lives defining their own existences.

These deaths include making Tommy Collins explode and boiling Jenny Klein in her oven. Dean and Sam attempt to save Sarah Blake when Crowley announces his intention to kill her, but his 'murder weapon' is revealed to be a hex bag hidden in Sarah's phone, which causes her to choke to death.

Sheriff Jody Mills is on a date with a man that she thinks is named Roderick but is actually Crowley.

The two get along great and Crowley claims to have lost someone special too, reminding Jody of the deaths of her son and husband and to start crying.

Jody goes to the bathroom to calm down, but falls under a spell Crowley casts that causes her to choke on her own blood - there is a hex bag in her handbag.

Sam and Dean call Crowley and demand he stop and he offers them a deal , using the little time Jody has left to force the issue. The deal is that they stop the undertaking the trials to close the Gates of Hell and give him the demon tablet , and he will stop killing Jody and everyone else they've ever saved.

Dean agrees on the condition they trade the angel tablet for the demon tablet and Crowley agrees if they say "I surrender. At the ruins of Singer Salvage Yard , Sam shows Crowley the demon tablet to prove he has it while Crowley shows them the angel tablet.

Crowley produces a contract many yards long, and Dean insists on reading the fine detail. As he does, he gets close to Crowley and snaps handcuffs etched with binding sigils on him, trapping him.

Sam and Dean take Crowley to a small church to undergo the third of the trials - to cure him. They secure Crowley in the middle of a devil's trap.

Castiel arrives, telling Dean he needs his help in undertaking the trials. Dean is reluctant to go, but Sam insists he will be fine. After confessing his sins, Sam starts injecting Crowley with his blood.

At one point Crowley bites Sam, and when he leaves to get a bandage, Crowley casts a spell and uses the blood to send a call for help.

Abaddon arrives, and throws Sam through a window, but she tells Crowley she is not there to help him, but to take over ruling Hell. Before she can kill the helpless Crowley, Sam douses her meatsuit with holy oil , setting her on fire and she vacates the body and leaves.

Crowley, who is obviously regaining his humanity, tries to bond with Sam, tearfully declaring that he deserves to loved.

He also asks what he could do to even begin to ask for forgiveness. Sam suggests he could start by going along with the cure and Crowley willingly does.

Dean arrives just as Sam is about to complete the ritual, and begs him to stop warning it will kill him.

Sam does and Crowley is left as Dean takes a collapsing Sam outside. As the angels fall to Earth, Crowley, still stuck in the devil's trap, listens confused.

After the angels apparently refuse to answer his prayer to save Sam, Dean decides to turn to Crowley who he has locked in the Impala 's trunk.

He asks for Crowley to knock once for yes and twice for no and then asks him if he's still alive. At first Crowley does nothing, but eventually answers "yes.

Dean reveals to Sam that instead of killing Crowley, he has him trapped in the Impala 's trunk under a devil's trap as he believes Crowley will be useful.

Sam and Dean take Crowley to the Bunker and lock him in the dungeon to the panic of Kevin as Crowley had previously tortured him.

Sam and Dean question Crowley as to the names of the demons on Earth, pointing out that he had previously been close to being human again, but Crowley is unimpressed with their questions and tells them that they can't torture him more than he already tortures himself all the time.

Sam and Dean lock the dungeon and shut the lights to leave Crowley to reflect, which he does, remembering how he nearly became human.

Hearing Kevin in the next room getting a file, Crowley taunts him, causing Kevin to beat him with his fists and a sledgehammer. Crowley claims to Kevin that he never killed his mother and that he will lead Kevin to her if he releases him.

Crowley also tells Kevin that the Winchesters will use him and then discard him as there will always be more prophets.

While Kevin considers releasing Crowley, he decides not to and leaves him in the dungeon. When Sam and Dean return to the Bunker, Crowley reveals the names of two demons to them that he claims they would be doing him a favor by killing.

Crowley offers them a deal: If they help him, he'll help them. He also tells them that he told them the names because he got enjoyment out of Kevin's predicament.

Dean has Sam check on the names Crowley gave them while he stops Kevin from leaving, telling him that even if Crowley was telling the truth, his mother is dead in all the ways that matters.

Sam gives Crowley a pen and paper for more demon names, but Crowley refuses unless he can stretch his legs. Sam just leaves the paper and pen with Crowley and leaves.

When the Wicked Witch of the West escapes, she finds Crowley and he has her write what she wants on the paper. When she writes " key ," Crowley tells her that the Winchesters keep the keys in the kitchen.

When Sam and Dean find him, he agrees to tell them what the Witch wanted in exchange for being allowed to stretch his legs.

Sam releases him from the collar keeping him in his chair, but he stalls so Dean shoots him. Crowley shows them the paper and tells them what he told the Witch.

Sam and Dean then leave him alone. After the Wicked Witch is killed, Sam secures him to his chair again and puts a pen and paper in front of Crowley again.

When Crowley tries to get more out of him, Sam leaves without ever saying a word, leaving the paper for Crowley. Annoyed, Crowley mutters "bollocks.

Kevin tells Sam there is some smudging on the tablet, as if the scribe does not want anyone to read it. He and Sam cannot translate it.

Sam suggests they get Crowley to translate Crowley can read the tablet, but refuses. Sam threatens to give Crowley up to Abaddon.

Crowley asks for one phone call. Crowley proves that he can read the translation. Sam decides to let Crowley have one phone call. Kevin says letting the King of Hell and Abaddon communicate with each other is a terrible idea.

The phone call involves drawing blood. After some coaxing, Kevin agrees. He fills a syringe with his blood.

With the blood bubbling in a bowl, Crowley contacts Hell. When he says he is their King, he is put on hold. Abaddon gleefully tells Crowley that she has doubled his projections by voiding his contracts and bringing more souls to Hell.

She insults Crowley and tells him she will soon replace him. Crowley yells that you cannot rule Hell with chaos, and she will burn.

Crowley passes the bowl back to Sam. Crowley asks for the transcripts, saying that he keeps his promises. Crowley reads the transcripts, and gives them the bad news: When Sam is washing out the bowl of blood, he notices something amiss with the set of syringes.

Opening it, he finds one gone. Crowley palmed one of the syringes. Dean asks Castiel for help. Castiel reminds Dean of the angel Samandriel [13] and says that the demons were able to dig into his mind , and they might be able to bypass the angel and talk directly to Sam.

Crowley then taunts Dean saying that people, who get close to him, get killed. Crowley agrees to help them crack open the angel in return they will allow him a little field trip with the chains still on.

Dean then agrees to the deal. Cecily insists on meeting Crowley alone in a warded room, thus making Castiel unable to listen in. Cecily then updates Crowley on the high points of the months he's missed; she admits Hell is in chaos, and that Abaddon has not yet taken over.

She also implies that she is not totally loyal to Crowley but that she is playing both sides. She then locates the Impala for Crowley.

Once Gadreel is captured, Crowley begins to access Gadreel's "programming" and is able to make the angel reveal his identity, but Crowley is still unable to bypass the angel and talk directly to Sam.

Dean then asks for Castiel to possess Sam and help him kick Gadreel out. Crowley then offers to do it if they remove the chains and set him free. Dean agrees and releases Crowley from his bindings, allowing him to jump into Sam's body.

Once in Sam's mind he convinces him that an angel is possessing his body and he is tucked away in small dark corner of his mind, but then Gadreel finds them and a fight ensues but Sam is strong enough and expels Gadreel from his body.

As Sam starts to wake up, Abaddon arrives, and Crowley tells them to leave. Dean then says that this don't make them square and if he sees him again he is dead, Abaddon orders the demons with her to kill Crowley, they refuse, and Crowley points out she does not yet rule all the demons.

Abaddon wants to fight, but Crowley likens their conflict more to an election - whoever wins over the demons will rule hell. Searching for the First Blade , the only weapon that can kill Abaddon , Crowley approaches Dean for help, revealing that the only demon who knew about the Blade was captured by John Winchester before Crowley could get to him.

Following a clue in John Winchester's Journal, Dean and Crowley travel to John's Lock-Up where they find a file on an old case John worked with a hunter named Tara where he interrogated and exorcised the demon who did mention the Blade.

Finding Tara, she recognizes Crowley as a demon and initially refuses to help until she is told about Abaddon. After Tara reveals that the last ingredient of a locator spell for the Blade is the essence of kraken, Crowley takes off to get it.

With the spell , Dean and Crowley are able to track the Blade to Missouri. Arriving at the location the spell indicated, Crowley is terrified to find Cain who silences him and keeps him from fleeing.

Cain reveals that he created the Knights of Hell and slaughtered them which Crowley knew and didn't tell Dean, but refuses to give them the Blade.

Four demons arrive to attack and Crowley kills one with an angel blade while Dean kills the rest. As an army of demons arrive, Cain agrees to help, revealing that Abaddon murdered his wife.

He gives Dean the Mark of Cain, the source of the Blade's power and tells them that the Blade itself is in the ocean.

Cain teleports Crowley and Dean outside as he takes on the demon army and they flee. Dean realizes that Crowley was actually using him all along, having known the truth about the Blade and Cain the whole time.

Crowley confirms it, saying that while Cain wouldn't help him, he knew he'd help Dean. While Dean threatens to kill Crowley once they have dealt with Abaddon, the two are forced to work together for the time being as Crowley is the only one who can find and retrieve the Blade.

Crowley has grown addicted to human blood and relies on a demon named Lola to get it, not knowing that she is betraying his secrets to Abaddon.

After discovering her betrayal and killing her, Crowley calls in Sam and Dean who force him to detox from the blood. Crowley reveals that he tracked the Blade down from where it was retrieved from the bottom of the Marianas Trench years earlier and helps Sam and Dean find who it was sold to by possessing the man sent to meet with them briefly.

Sam and Dean learn that a man going by Magnus got the Blade and realize he was one of the Men of Letters.

Crowley reveals that Magnus was a rogue member who he had been trying to track down but lost track of. Sam and Dean learn that Magnus was once the MoL's spellmaster and manage to convince him to let them into his lair, but Crowley is left behind.

After Sam is sent back without Dean when Magnus decides to add Dean to his "collection," Sam and Crowley work together to get inside his lair.

Once inside, though he is powerless, Crowley avoids capture and frees Dean, allowing him to kill Magnus with the First Blade.

However, knowing Sam and Dean will likely betray and try to kill him, Crowley steals the Blade from them until such time that they track down Abaddon and use it to kill her.

After Dean calls him and then hangs up, Crowley tracks him down at a bar and tries to convince him to embrace the Mark of Cain and the killer instinct that comes with it, but Dean refuses.

While Crowley is using the bathroom, Dean stops a hunter from going after him and confronts Crowley as he believes Crowley was shooting up again with human blood.

Crowley doesn't deny it but believes Dean is hunting Abaddon so badly so that he can touch the First Blade again and get the rush it gives him.

Dean denies it, telling him he's focused on killing Abaddon and can't worry about the consequences of using the Blade though Crowley is unconvinced.

Crowley agrees to bring Dean the Blade when he finds Abaddon, but meets with the " hunter ," Jake , that was supposedly after him.

Its revealed that Jake is actually a demon working for Crowley who he used to test Dean to see if Dean would save him.

Crowley is pleased, stating that he knew Dean would as they're "besties" and that Dean is "ready. Abaddon pulls Crowley's son Gavin MacLeod to the present to use his lingering humanity and affection for his son against him to force him to help her kill the Winchesters.

After Abaddon causes Gavin great pain, Crowley agrees and informs Sam and Dean of where to find the First Blade , calling off a hellhound guarding it.

He then tells them where to find him and that he has found Abaddon, but tells Dean "Poughkeepsie," the code word Dean taught him that means "drop everything and run" to warn him of the trap.

To keep Crowley from interfering, Abaddon shoots him in the shoulder with a bullet engraved with a devil's trap , binding his powers and trapping him, the way the Winchesters and their grandfather initially defeated her.

When Dean arrives, Crowley tells him Abaddon is close then warns him with his eyes of an attacking demon. Dean kills the demon and faces off against Abaddon while Crowley watches immobile.

As Crowley watches, Dean displays immunity to Abaddon's powers and telekinesis, allowing him to gain the upper hand and kill Abaddon. Afterwards, Crowley uses a knife to dig out the bullet, annoyed that Sam and Dean won't help him.

Sam informs him that they are letting him live and he should be happy with that. Crowley is amused to find out that Dean didn't tell Sam he'd warned them it was a trap and is upset that Sam and Dean insist on sending Gavin back to his own time as Crowley doesn't want him to die.

Pretending to say goodbye to his son, Crowley teleports him to a park where he tells him of his fate and that he should build a new life in the present.

Having regained his post as King of Hell, Crowley is summoned by Dean while he is getting a massage. When summoned he informs Dean that the Mark of Cain 's side effect is that the more you kill, the better you feel.

And the less you kill, the worse you feel. When Dean states that Cain was not affected like this Crowley reminds him that Cain is a demon and that a human body is not strong enough to handle the power of the Mark.

Telling Dean, unless he keeps killing, he will die. During a brief stop in a restaurant, where Crowley insists Dean order some food so that the waitress will get a bigger tip, he asks Dean if he ever wonders if 'this' is all there is, and whether or not Dean has ever just wished to abandon it all and "go howl at the moon.

To which Dean tells him that it's him that's complicated, not Hell. Before Dean can ask what they are two of Crowley's demons enter the restaurant and inform him of Metatron's recent actions.

Both Dean and Crowley leave, though Crowley asks Dean if he plans to eat his food to which Dean replies that he isn't hungry. Tracking down a woman that Metatron resurrected both Crowley and Dean find Sam outside her house, who implores Dean to work with him instead of Crowley.

Dean agrees and tells Crowley to go, who sarcastically quips that he has been "Winchester'd," telling them he would wish them good luck, if he thought it would actually do anything.

After Dean has died Sam attempts to summon Crowley, little realizing that Crowley is already inside the Bunker and with Dean's corpse.

Crowley tells Dean that he has never lied to him, but he did omit certain truths or only half-tell them. He tells Dean's corpse that there is another story about Cain, that one day he realized what the Mark was doing to him and in desperation took his own life He tells Dean that he isn't really dead but is entering a new life, where he will see what Crowley sees and feel what Crowley feels.

He tells Dean to open his eyes, which Dean does revealing that he has become a demon. Crowley is with the "new Dean" at a bar called The Black Spur.

After Dean has sex with a waitress named Ann Marie, Crowley walks in on the two of them in his bed, and is upset with them for "soiling" his room.

Later, Dean and Crowley play foosball with two people at the bar. They lose, and Dean blames Crowley for interrupting him while playing.

When Dean almost kills a man that was harassing Ann Marie outside the bar, Crowley is seen watching the whole fight silently.

When looking through the phone of an Abaddon loyalist by the name of Neely, Sam discovers a text that had alerted the demon of Dean's presence and whereabouts.

When Sam calls the number, Crowley answers, revealing that he has been sending the "Abaddon loyalists" after Dean the whole time.

Sam promises Crowley that he will save his brother or die trying. Crowley tells Sam that he is jealous of the fact that Crowley and Dean are best friends now, and that his brother is not just possessed, but has been twisted into a demon by the Mark of Cain.

Sam tracks Crowley using the phone number in the text message, which Crowley had anticipated. Crowley urges Dean to be his second-in-command, and tells him that they could rule Hell together and be unstoppable.

When Dean still refuses, he tells Dean the truth, admitting that the "Abaddon loyalists" were sent by Crowley. He knew Dean would make quick work of them, and that Dean needed to "feed" the Mark of Cain by fulfilling his new-found lust for killing.

Crowley then tells Dean that he must decide if he really wants to rule Hell with him or not. Crowley has gone back to ruling Hell , including sentencing to death those demons that were loyal to Abaddon , as well as any demons that annoy him.

When a demon questions Crowley's ability and competence in light of his time with Dean Winchester , protesting Crowley's rule, the demon self-immolates himself in front of Crowley and the other demons with holy oil , shocking the King with the turn of events.

Crowley had been keeping tabs on Castiel , and when he learns of Adina attacking Cas and Hannah , Crowley arrives at the gas station before Adina is about to kill Hannah.

He slices Adina's throat and steals her grace before fatally stabbing her. He then gives Cas her grace which allows him to power up again.

Crowley tells Cas the reason he helped him was because he wants Cas to help fix the problem that is the demonic Dean Winchester. Crowley is angered to learn that two of his demon minions -- Gerald and Raul -- went behind his back to create a demonic brothel to increase the number of souls in Hell by having people sell their souls for sex with hookers, as he finds it tacky rather than evil.

After learning that Raul was killed, Gerald convinces Crowley to go after the witch that killed Raul. Later, Gerald reports to Crowley, saying that while their alpha team were killed by the Winchesters, the beta team caught the witch responsible.

Crowley enters the room to confront her and is shocked as the witch, Rowena, is his mother. Crowley is venting to Gerald about how horrible Rowena was as a mother, when Gerald asks Crowley why he just doesn't kill her, he tells him he has his reasons.

Gerald then offers to kill Rowena for Crowley, telling him he would have no problem with it as he killed his own mother over burning him with cigarettes, though Crowley does not give him an answer.

When Crowley finally decides to see Rowena, he berates her for being a horrible mother to him, but Rowena deflects that by saying she was motivating him for bigger things.

When he brings up she abandoned him when he was eight, she tells it was because she ran afoul of the locals and had to flee. Rowena tells Crowley she wishes to be a family again, and that he can trust her unlike the demons who will turn on him at the first chance.

After their chat, Crowley and Gerald escort Rowena back to the dungeon. It's there that Rowena accuses Gerald of smuggling demons out of Hell , to which Trish confirms.

Gerald denies the accusations, and begins to strangle Rowena. When he doesn't listen to Crowley's repeated orders to stop, Crowley stabs Gerald through the neck with an angel blade , killing him.

As Crowley leaves the cell, he asks Rowena if she is coming. She smiles and follows him out the door.

Crowley presides over his court, extremely bored and playing games while a Crossroads Demon complains about not getting enough credit.

While Crowley initially decides to give him the credit he wants, he instead takes Rowena 's suggestion of cutting the demon in two.

Afterwards, Rowena approaches him to help her eliminate one of her rivals, Olivette which Crowley ultimately agrees to despite knowing her help before was so she could manipulate him into helping her with Olivette.

As they plan their attack on Olivette, Dean calls Crowley and tells him that Cain is killing again and he needs the First Blade to stop him.

Crowley refuses at first until Dean tells him Cain wants Crowley dead too. Crowley retrieves the First Blade and goes to meet with the Winchesters and Castiel despite Rowena's objections that the Winchesters are using him and they are not his friends.

At a barn in Ohio, Crowley refuses to turn over the First Blade until they have Cain where they want him. Crowley, Sam and Castiel use Rowena's illusion spell to draw Cain into a devil's trap to weaken him for Dean to fight.

Crowley then reluctantly turns over the First Blade to Dean after being promised its return if Dean returns in a sound state of mind.

He is even more shocked when Dean reveals that he lied about Cain coming after Crowley and Crowley disappears without a word. Back at his lair , Crowley finds Rowena preparing to leave and she tells him he is no longer a king but the Winchesters' lap dog and bitch, something that he is left considering.

As Crowley sits on his throne going over documents, a demon minion approaches him begging Crowley to speak with Rowena regarding her abuse of the court revealing he has grown a second face in the back of his head due to her.

Crowley calls Rowena into the throne room, where she vents her frustration regarding the Grand Coven and Crowley's failure to act in her interests and siding with the Winchesters before leaving the throne room.

Sometime later, Crowley once again summons Rowena to the throne room. He goes on to tell Rowena how can sympathize with her plight and reveals to her that he has kidnapped the High Priestess of the Gran Coven, Olivette, for her to extract her revenge on.

After Rowena has had her fun, Crowley returns to find that Olivette has been turned into a hamster, commenting it is the type of poetic justice he might have done in her place as well.

He quickly realizes that Rowena is looking for something else from him and upon Rowena asking about the Winchesters, Crowley cuts her off and tells her the Winchesters are his buisness to handle and he is not going to kill them.

After Rowena begins her plan to kill the Winchesters she manages to track Dean to a bar where he is hustling pool. Rowena uses a Gaelic spell on Dean which is supposed to rip him apart, but to no avail due to the protection of the Mark of Cain.

Back in Hell, Rowena cuts and beats herself and tells Crowley that Dean did this to her in hope of Crowley retaliating.

To her surprise, Crowley ignores her and tells her she deserved what she got for going up against Dean. Crowley finds Dean and the two have a drink together.

Dean schools Crowley about the meaning of family - its not whether they are a blood relative or not, but how they treat you that matters.

Crowley reveals to dean that Rowena knows the Mark of Cain is a curse. Crowley forces Rowena to leave, stating that the only reason she is clinging to him is he is being useful to her.

Rowena then packs and leaves her son's lair. Crowley is in his throne room throwing darts at a minion's chest when two subordinates appear telling him Rowena has disappeared.

He picks up an [[angel blade and stabs one of the messengers, and threatens the other one with death unless he returns with news of where his mother has gone.

Having gotten no new news about the whereabouts of his mother, Crowley resorts to questioning Olivette , who regales him with tales of how terrible Rowena was.

He tells Olivette he wants any dirt that he would be able to hold over Rowena, and learns that she once had a demon lover as well as the name of Oskar.

He gives a minion Oskar's name, and tells him to track him down, and that failure to do so will result in horrific torture.

As Crowley is sitting in a diner, he compliments the waiter on the coffee, saying it's the best he's ever had. As it appears that Crowley is about to make a deal , he gets a call from Dean asking for his help and a text giving him the location to meet.

Crowley arrives at the abandoned warehouse, and calls for Dean. A gun fires, and Crowley collapses against a wall, unable to move, holding his hand over where the bullet entered.

Sam emerges from the shadows, and tells Crowley he used a recording of Dean to trick, and he plans on killing him. He places a hex bag in Crowley's pocket, much to his confusion, however when Sam tells him, "By the way.

She said to tell you, she should have taken the three pigs. He slides down the wall and falls onto the floor, unable to breathe, coughing blood and demon smoke , while Sam stands over him, unemotional.

Crowley, continuing to puke up demon smoke, laments to Sam that this is what he gets for trying to be better and change Hell.

Sam tells him nothing he did matters, calls him a monster, and tells him he is going to watch him die screaming. Crowley continues to cough, and admits to Sam that he is terrible and evil.

He then turns his head to look up at Sam, his eyes have turned a dark red, with red smoke emanating from them, and tells him he loved every minute of it.

He pulls the bullet out from his wound, and stands up to Sam's shock. He flicks his hand sideways and sends Sam flying across the room, smashing through glass windows into the next room.

Crowley walks over to Sam, holding the hex bag which then bursts into flames. Crowley stands over Sam, with his fingers ready to make a snapping motion, which Sam can only watch defenseless.

He tells Sam he can kill him easy, but lowers his hand. He tells him the only reason he's alive is because he allows it, and to give a message to his mother, "You tell that ginger whore that I gave her a chance to walk away and she spat in my face.

At a crossroads , Castiel summons Crowley, seeking his assistance in removing the Mark of Cain from Dean. When Crowley refuses, Castiel raises his hand and threatens to smite him where he stands, for which Crowley dares him to try and kill him or to do it his way and simply beg him.

Castiel acquiesces and gives Crowley a list of the ingredients need for the spell , Crowley agrees and disappears. At Oskar 's diner, he is serving a patron some coffee, as he turns his back to the counter to place the coffee pot back on the burner.

Crowley flicks his hand and Oskar is pushed back and pinned against the serving counter. He takes a seat at the counter and begins telling Oskar a story about a witch who was taken in and cared for by Polish family, and the young child she grew to love.

Learning that the young boy was terminally ill, as thanks the witch performs two spells one to heal the boy and another that would give him immortality when he was an adult.

Revealing that he knows who he is and his relationship to his mother, Rowena. Crowley arrives at the abandoned distillery with the first two ingredients in hand, when Rowena asks for the third something she loves Crowley snaps his fingers, and Oskar walks into the room.

Rowena berates Crowley for bringing her Oskar as a "a cruel, shameful, disgusting low. With all the ingredients prepared, Rowena preforms the spell, causing a shock wave that knocks her, Crowley and Castiel back.

Free from her iron bonds, Rowena freezes Crowley where he stands with a word, and places the attack dog spell on Castiel and sicks him on Crowley.

Castiel begins advancing towards Crowley, angel blade in hand raises it to strike Crowley. As Castiel advances on Crowley, he raises the angel blade to strike it down on Crowley, but Crowley is able to block the attack.

As he begins to tell Castiel how he can't be killed, Castiel knocks him to the ground, and proceeds to stab him in the back.

However, Crowley was able to vacate his meatsuit and escape through a drain near his head. After escaping Castiel and possessing a suburban housewife , Crowley plans on murdering the people in her home so he can call his minions.

When he goes inside he is surprised to find the Marnie's husband has granted her wish to be in an orgy with their friends for her birthday. After the orgy, a pair of minions survey the room, which is strewn with dead bodies, once Crowley arrives in the room, a minion gives him a report on his preferred meatsuit being tended to for repossession.

Once the body has had Rowena 's immobilization spell removed, Crowley reenters it at the abandoned distillery. It's there that the demon minions break the news to him that the Darkness has been released, for which he doesn't believe, as he sees the Darkness is merely a myth.

However, his mood changes once a minion mentions that something happened in Lucifer's Cage. Which causes Crowley to take pause, he asks the minion what happened and he tells him all of Hell heard an animalistic scream emanating from the Cage, and assume it is either Michael or Lucifer trying to warn everyone about the Darkness.

After learning about baby Amara through his ties to the Catholic, Crowley pays a visit to Jenna Nickerson 's grandmother as "Father Crowley".

Jenna and Dean enter the house to find Crowley drinking tea. Dean demands to speak with Crowley outside, who obliges after he finishes his tea.

Crowley reveals to Dean that his sources in the church clue him in on demon possessions, telling them if they are his to leave them be, but if they are rogue demons, "Father Crowley" gets called in, and reveals to Dean that there is nothing demonic going on in the house.

But rather a power that is old, deep and dark; when suddenly a scream is heard from the house, Dean and Crowley go to investigate and find Jenna's grandmother dead.

The two begin searching the house for Jenna, and soon find her in a bedroom. Crowley immediately notices that Jenna is missing her soul. As Jenna begins attacking Dean, Crowley intervenes, telekinetically slamming her into the ceiling until she dies.

Dean tells Crowley that he believes Amara is the Darkness , when Crowley questions if Dean is going to kill her, he scoffs at Dean's insistence that he will.

Telling him doesn't have it in him, and for him, Amara wouldn't be the first child he killed. Dean tells Crowley to stay away from her, causing Crowley to turn his attention to Dean and threaten to take him a part atom by atom, but is soon stabbed and pinned to the wall by Dean, who finds Amara no longer in her crib.

The next morning, Crowley is able to locate Amara walking down the street. He pulls up in a van and reveals an entire family bound, and offers Amara some "candy.

At his palace, Crowley is informed that his mother has been located and orders Rowena's death. He motions Amara's demon nanny over to him, who tells Crowely of Amara's progress in her studies.

Crowley tells Amara that she can take a break, and tells her he will give her anything that she wants. Amara simply asks Crowley to protect her from God, revealing that he had tricked her and sealed her away.

When Crowley questions how he managed that, Amara tells him she doesn't want to talk about. Crowley doesn't push the subject and assures her that he will protect her from God.

Later that night, Crowley walks in on Amara just as she has finished speaking with her future self and congratulates her on her dedication to her studies.

First showing her a new dress, which Amara questions the blood stain, and some children's books. But Amara reveals that her nanny has already given her some books, showing Crowley a copy of Dante's Inferno in the original Italian.

Crowley questions what Amara has learned about the world, and agrees with her that it doesn't work well, and questions if she would have done things differently.

Amara agrees and tells him she will. When Crowley tries to pry some specifics from Amara, she tells him she is hungry.

Crowley presents her with an assortment of sweets, but Amara turns her attention to her nanny and consumes the demon smoke from the meatsuit.

In his throne room, Crowley witnesses Amara consuming another demon, and makes sure from his minion that the discarded meatsuits are being dealt with.

Amara asks for dessert, but Crowley tells her that they need to continue their conversation about God first. Amara tells Crowley of how God screwed up with creation and how she feels the emptiness in every soul she eats.

Questioning why anyone would want to live in a world where they suffer and die. Crowley questions her if a world of pure evil would be something she would like, but Amara turns the question around on him, and Crowley, after some thought, reveals that true gratification comes from watching someone reject the light and embrace depravity.

When she tells Crowley that good, evil, Heaven and Hell don't matter and that he is missing the big picture, Crowley tries to question her further, only for Amara to tell him she is still hungry.

As Crowley is speaking with Amara's new nanny, he tells him to keep an eye on her as he doesn't want her to get out of hand before he is sure of her loyalty to him and to stop overfeeding her and orders him to tell Amara they are cutting down on her food, under threat of torture.

He sees the feet of the new demon nanny sticking out from the doorway clearly dead. When he walks into her room he sees a now teenaged Amara standing before the mirror, telling Crowley she is hungry.

Crowley surprises a newly teenage Amara in her room as she returns from a "midnight snack". Telling her it is dangerous for her to be seen out, and reminding her of what she has done to his court, Crowley reluctantly "grounds" Amara.

Amara goes to walk out of the room, but Crowley waves his hand and Amara is flung backwards into a sofa. Telling her while she is strong, he is still stronger.

Crowley turns and walks out of the room, closing the doors behind him, leaving Amara on the couch. Walking with Jervis , Crowley gets an update on the disposal of the souless humans Amara has been making in her wake.

Questioning where everyone is, Jervis explains that Amara has decimated their ranks are thin due to Amara's feeding.

Seeing that Amara's room is not being guarded, Crowley demotes Jervis, telling to make sure no one leaves the room before walking away. Later that evening, Crowley pays a visit to Amara to try and explain the rules he has in place for her, much to Amara's disinterest.

As a gesture, Crowley has Jervis bring Amara a "snack", a postal worker, whom Amara shows no interest in. Crowley goes to walk out of the room while Amara sits on the bed with her back to him, looking at her laptop.

Crowley gets to the doors, breathes out a heavy sigh and slowly closes the doors as he turns back towards Amara.

He tells her what he's doing and that her growth and power terrify him. She tells him that he just want's her power and the time will come where she doesn't need him.

Crowley tells her with his wisdom and guile, he can offer her things she can't on her own, asking for time; if she plays by his rules he will protect and when the time comes she can decide if she needs him anymore.

In his throne room, Crowley holds court, completely disinterested in the soul projections, secretly reading a book: Understanding Your Rebellious Teen.

After Sam and Dean break into Needham Asylum , they are confronted by Crowley, who flicks his hand ad send Dean flying across the room into a standing mirror.

The mirror shatters and glass falls all around Dean, Dean struggles to get up and attempts to get at Crowley who then pins him to the wall.

Crowley reveals to Dean that hasn't been able to bring himself to kill him in the past, but with his newfound fatherhood, he feels he is ready to finally do the deed.

However, Amara steps behind Crowley and hits him in the back of the head with a blunt object, Crowley stumbles and then turns around to face Amara.

Amara holds out her hand towards the Demon knife. She then flings him into the wall, pinning him there. Confused as to why Amara attacked him, she reveals that she does not need his protection.

Pinning him down she forces Crowley to allow Dean safe passage, in exchange for her sparing his life, which Crowley agrees to.

While looking for a safe method for Sam to make contact with Lucifer to learn how to stop the Darkness, Sam and Dean meet with Crowley under a bridge.

He reveals there is no way for Sam to meet with Lucifer in the Cage, but that there may be another way, possibly to be found in the Book of the Damned.

In his throne room, Rowena is brought to Crowley by his minions, where Sam and Dean explain that they all need to work together to stop the coming Darkness, then they can get back to trying to kill each other.

They explain about Amara being God's sister, with Crowley promising to call off his demons from pursuing Rowena anymore if she helps them.

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