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Reaper Billie in the Supernatural finale promo means Dean might be dunzo

On Wednesday, the Supernatural Season 11 finale will air and, based on a new extended promo, it sure looks like the episode will be an intense one. By intense, I mean that fans just might be saying goodbye to either Sam or Dean.

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I know, sounds terrifying, right? It’s no secret that Sam and Dean are still trying to figure out a way to get rid of Amara for good. Thanks to Amara weakening God during the penultimate Season 11 episode, things aren’t looking good for the Winchesters.

By the minute, it seems like Amara is getting stronger and exactly what she wants — to end the world. Knowing Sam and Dean, if they can help it, they won’t let that happen no matter what. Well, as you can watch below, Sam and Dean believe that by gathering souls, they can build a bomb to get rid of Amara and with the help of Rowena.

However, as good as that sounds, Rowena tells Sam and Dean, “You won’t carry the bomb — you’ll be the bomb.” Yeah, that doesn’t sound good. Actually, it looks like Rowena is staring at Dean as she utters those words. Plus, Dean ends up meeting Amara, so could he end up being “the bomb”? Who knows, but I’m even more worried for Dean than I have been this entire season. He’s had a strong connection with Amara, so who knows if he’ll be able to actually end up destroying her for good. Let’s say he does end up taking on the role of the bomb and ends Amara, does that mean Dean will die in the process? I highly doubt that either Sam or Dean will die for good. I mean, when has that ever happened?

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That said, if you notice, Billie the reaper is in the finale promo, too. Since the beginning of Season 11, she has told Sam and Dean that they will no longer get a second chance at life. There’s a good chance Sam and Dean make a deal with Billie to help them get souls to get rid of Amara. If not, she just might be showing up to let Sam and Dean know her promise still stands. Well, let’s just keep our fingers crossed that Sam and/or Dean don’t blow up.

Whatever happens, I think it’s safe to say that the Season 11 finale is going to be a nail-biter — and possibly a tearjerker.

Supernatural‘s Season 11 finale airs Wedensday, May 25 at 9/8c on The CW.

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