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Police Officer. John revealed that he had known the "truth" about Sam all along. Before he died, John warned Dean that he may have to kill Sam if he couldn't save him.
Due to his deal with Azazel, when John Winchester died he was sent to Hell , where over the next ten months equivalent of a hundred years he was tortured by Alastair.
Alastair later told Dean that John never "broke" -- that is, he never gave in to Alastair's temptation to protect himself by torturing others.
Dean, by contrast, gave in after three months equivalent of thirty years of torture, thus breaking the first of the 66 Seals to free Lucifer that required that a righteous man shedding blood in Hell.
After sharing one last tearful moment with his sons, John's spirit passes on to Heaven. John discovers his wife Mary on the ceiling of Sam 's nursery, which is on fire.
He gives the infant to young Dean , instructing him to flee the house, but is unable to rescue his wife. Sam reluctantly accompanies Dean to Jericho where John was on a case, but while they find his motel room and belongings including John's Journal , he is not there.
At the end of a case with an old friend, the boys get a cell phone number. The message on it is from John, redirecting people to call Dean if they want help - the first sign the boys have that John is still alive.
Distressed at returning to his home town as they follow one of Sam 's visions, Dean calls John but receives no answer.
While investigating the haunting at their old home, Sam and Dean visit the garage John once owned with Mike Guenther. He directs them to Missouri Mosely.
She helps the boys, but unbeknownst to them John Winchester is in town and in contact with Missouri. He tells her he can't contact them until he knows "the truth.
John sends Dean a text message with the coordinates of the Roosevelt Asylum in order to send them to hunt the ghost of Dr.
Ellicott who is killing people there. At the end of the episode Dean 's cell phone rings and Sam answers it. To his shock, it is John.
John expresses sympathy at the murder of Jess , and for the first time reveals that he knows that what killed Mary and Jess was a demon.
John tells Sam that he must stop looking for him and he starts to give Sam details of a new hunt, but Sam argues that he wants to help John hunt the demon.
Dean grabs the phone and takes the details from John about couples who have gone missing near Burkittsville, Indiana.
Later, Sam leaves Dean , intending to travel to California and find John. However he returns after Dean goes missing on the case, saying that while he still wants to find John, he and Dean need to stick together.
With Dean near death, Sam tries to call John for help but gets no answer. After the Winchesters' encounter with Max Miller - another boy who acquired powers after the demon visited him as a child and killed his mother -- Sam notes for the first time that they were lucky to have John as a father; where Max's father turned his anger and rage at the loss of his wife on to his son, John channeled his grief at the creatures that killed Mary while doing what he could to protect his children.
When Sam and Dean encounter Meg in Chicago and realize she is linked to the demon that killed Mary and Jess , Dean calls John. He later arrives and Dean embraces him warmly.
John reveals that Meg was trying to kill him because he is hunting the demon with the intention of killing it, something he isn't sure is possible but which he is determined to try.
Just as he reunites for the first time in years with Sam, greeting him warmly and showing some regret that it has been so long, they are attacked by daevas and are nearly killed before Sam manages to dispel them with flares.
Afterward, Dean supports John when he says it is too dangerous for them all to be together, and they part with John promising that the fight is just beginning and that they will be a part of it.
Dean reveals to Sam that in when John was hunting a shtriga , he left Dean and Sam alone. When the shtriga attacked Sam, John returned just in time to save him.
In the present, John sends them the coordinates to Fitchburg, Wisconsin, knowing the shtriga is there and that killing it is unfinished business for Dean.
Following up on the death of the hunter Daniel Elkins , Sam and Dean are surprised when John arrives.
He tells them about the Colt , a gun that can kill any supernatural beings, which he now realizes Elkins had. Together they fight the vampires that killed Elkins and retrieve the Colt , although John and Sam clash almost immediately and argue.
John tries to send Sam and Dean to safety while he confronts the vampires, but he is nearly killed. Sam and Dean defy him and return, saving his life.
John then kills the vampire leader Luther with the Colt. After the hunt, John finally realizes that Sam and Dean are right and decides to continue hunting the demon with Sam and Dean.
As hunters they know start being killed, the Winchester begin to hunt for the demon in earnest, following signs that John has learned are associated with its appearance to Salvation, Iowa.
Sam has a vision concerning a young woman and her baby, suggesting she is a target of the demon. John is angry that the boys hadn't told him about Sam's visions, but Dean stands up to him, berating him for almost never picking up the phone whenever they called.
When Meg calls she demands the Colt , killing his friend Caleb as John listens. John plans a ruse to give her a fake Colt, as Sam and Dean take the real Colt to kill the demon.
Both plans go wrong when John is captured by Meg and Tom and the demon eludes the boys. Sam and Dean turn to Bobby for help.
When Meg turns up, they capture her, and manage to find out John's location. The boys rescue John and take him to a remote cabin.
It is while he is telling Dean he is proud of him that Dean gets suspicious and realizes that John is possessed by the Yellow-Eyed Demon. He taunts Dean and Sam and is killing Dean when John manages to wrest control for a moment and allow Sam to get control of the Colt.
Sam, however, can't shoot to kill and the demon escapes after Sam only shoots John in the leg. As they escape in the Impala , a demon-possessed truck driver totals the car.
All the Winchesters are in the hospital, with Dean near death. When Sam discovers John is planning on pursuing the Yellow-Eyed Demon , they argue.
John promises to hold off until Dean recovers, but actually summons the Yellow-Eyed Demon and makes a deal - his life for Dean's. John has a final few moments with his sons.
He tries to make peace with Sam , and then whispers a secret to Dean. The secret is later revealed to be John's warning to Dean: Dean needs to save Sam, but if he can't, Dean will have to kill his brother.
Following their father's death, Sam insists on him and Dean taking a trip to their mother's grave, a memorial erected by an uncle that Sam and Dean have never met, to bury their father's dog-tags with her; this results in them getting caught up in a case involving the reanimated Angela Mason , returned to life as a zombie after she died the week before.
While talking with a crossroads demon , Dean is informed that John is currently in Hell after saving his life. In a dream world created by a djinn where Mary was never killed, John died of a stroke at approximately the same time as he died in the real world.
He apparently played in a softball team in this world. John then gives Sam and Dean a loving smile before becoming engulfed in a white light.
In the show's th episode, "Lebanon", Sam and Dean accidentally draw John from into their timeline when they acquire a Chinese pearl that grants the owner's greatest wish.
This 'trip' allows John to learn of his father's disappearance, confirm his knowledge of the Apocalypse, witness the Men of Letters bunker, and learn about Mary's resurrection, as well as allowing Sam and Dean a chance to apologise to him for their past fights and forgive him for his failings as a parent.
However, John being drawn into the future begins to cause changes to history; Dean and Sam see 'Wanted' posters identifying Dean as a serial killer, Sam is now an internet celebrity who is also the head of his own law firm, and Castiel is still a loyal servant of Heaven and the living Zachariah who attack the Winchesters to investigate the disruption to the timeline, although the Winchesters are able to kill Zachariah and banish Castiel.
While the Winchesters debate about their next course of action before the new timeline changes them as well as everything else, they are eventually forced to send John back to his time believing that his trip to the future was just a dream, but he departs accepting his fate and assuring Dean and Sam that he understands their decision, also adding that he is proud of the men his sons have become.
After Mary is accidentally killed by the Nephilim Jack Kline in "Absence", Castiel attempts to retrieve her from Heaven, but decides to leave her alone when he finds that she is with John Winchester once again, affirming that John went to Heaven after his escape from Hell.
In the next episode, the angel Dumah confirms John and Mary are sharing a Heaven together and threatens to end their peace with a snap of her fingers to force Castiel to comply with her demands.
In retaliation, Castiel kills Dumah with an angel blade to protect John and Mary and end her reign of terror. Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan deemed John a "tormented soul," motivated by an "equal combination of revenge and protecting his sons.
Kubicek also suggested that John became involved in Adam's life to achieve "some level of normalcy" as a father, an opportunity he had previously lost following the death of Sam and Dean's mother.
Regarding his portrayal of the character, Morgan commented, "I played him with extra angst. I think what was on the page, what I foresaw—not knowing where it was going, because no one would ever tell me anything—there was always a lot more going on in his head than he was going to show anybody, including his sons.
Because, indeed, there was a lot more going on. John knew stuff we're not even ready to reveal, that won't come out for a couple of seasons.
He was an awesome hunter, and by the time he showed up in 'Dead Man's Blood,' he knew it all. In writing the pilot episode , series creator Eric Kripke made several dramatic revisions to John's storyline.
The first draft of the script had Sam and Dean being raised by their aunt and uncle, though this was changed when Kripke realized that the backstory became much less complicated by having John raise them on the road.
Another revision had John dying at the end of the episode instead of Sam's girlfriend Jessica. Evil Dead -actor Bruce Campbell was Kripke's first choice to portray the character.
However, Campbell was unavailable, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan eventually received the role. During production of Supernatural 's first season, Morgan was also working on the shows Weeds and Grey's Anatomy , so he was often traveling back and forth between Los Angeles and Vancouver, British Columbia.
This interfered at times with Morgan's acting, as he had trouble getting "Winchester-y enough" after portraying the nice character of Denny Duquette on Grey's Anatomy.
Winchester's harder to find. Denny's more me. He's an intense guy, John is. And Denny, for a guy who's having trouble living, he's just a charming dude.
While critics praised Morgan for his performance in the role, their reaction to the character has generally been mixed. Don Williams of BuddyTV felt that John is a "rather divisive character", with some fans not understanding John's motivation for keeping his sons in the dark.
However, Williams himself found the character to be "completely fascinating". He chose "In My Time of Dying" as the second best episode of the series, mainly because of John's contributions, stating, "Even if you're not a huge fan of Poppa Winchester, I think it's impossible not to be moved by the final ten minutes of this episode John's final speech to Dean, where he finally tells his son that he's proud of him, is one hell of a tear-jerker, and both Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Jensen Ackles knock that scene out of the park.
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