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Supernatural: One Quote From Each Main Character That Sums Up Their Personality

Due to the extreme longevity of the series, Supernatural has so much for its fans to revisit and chew on, especially its beloved characters' personalities as they developed throughout the series. From Dean Winchester to Chuck, each of the wide-ranging cast of Supernatural feels unique and lived-in. With these distinct characters, some of the best summations of them come from the characters themselves in the form of quotes that sum up who they are.

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Each character in Supernatural has a quote that feels uniquely them or just encapsulates them as a character. Sure, Dean may say "son of a bitch" enough for it to count as his catchphrase, but so much more defines his character than just those words. These quotes show why Supernatural did do right in figuring out its characters' journeys and motivations.

Also known as God, Chuck may be an all-powerful, all-knowing, and all-controlling cosmic being in Supernatural, but he is also a petulant narcissist. He only cares about himself and his entertainment, which leaves him endlessly annoying to audiences.

That is why this quote is so perfect for him. He is so shocked and upset that things are not going the way he wants. Chuck spends season 15 throwing his toys out of the pram and gets mad when the Winchester's stop him from puppeteering them once and for all.

One of the scariest and most popular villains in Supernatural is Lucifer, who, when it is all said and done, is just an irate child. He just wants to destroy everything his dad created and prove that he is better than God's favorites: humanity.

That is pretty much what Lucifer is at his core, alongside being totally evil. This quote is just all-encompassing of this character's motivation. He not only describes ending humanity along with the rest of God's universe but also remaking it better than his father. Some sympathize with Lucifer, but his cruelty and bloodlust ruin any shot that he has at redemption.

John Winchester was undoubtedly a poor and abusive father. In his own way, however, he did care for his children. He was a broken man after Mary's death, which he owns up to in this line.

While John treated the boys, especially Dean, disgustingly, he would have become even more broken had they died before him. He was okay with dying in his quest to avenge Mary, just as long as he did not drag his boys down further than he already did.

Rowena has some excellent character development in the show, going from an evil, self-centered witch to a friend of the Winchesters. With help from Lucifer, she not only suffers a great deal but also showcases some truly impressive character growth.

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This quote sums up the Rowena that died at the start of season 15. This Rowena was one who was an ally to the Winchesters, to Cas, and to Jack. She knows she did so much wrong and evil but genuinely wants to help and redeem herself. In the end, she very much accomplished this mission.

There are a few different sides to Jack's personality when he has a soul anyway. The young Nephilim has one trait shared between his goofier, innocent side and the side of him desperate to fight and prove himself is that he idolizes the Winchesters and Cas.

This line encapsulates that. Thinking of what Sam and Dean would do, what Cas would do, Jack wants to fight and do good. He wants to help people rather than running away from adversity. He is courageous and likable. There are many quotes, including this, that showcase the inner strength of this Supernatural character.

Sometimes, the most iconic quote from a character is the quote that sums them up best. This is definitely the case for Bobby Singer and this quote about the family, which has become one of the taglines of the series over the years.

Bobby is not blood-related to Sam and Dean, but he loves them with everything he has got. Many viewers see him as their true father figure. The above quote only serves to highlight the deep connections of a found family. Bobby is not only angry with Sam and Dean in his typically grouchy fashion. He is also utterly right in the points that he makes to them about family and them fighting together.

Crowley is not only one of Supernatural's best and funniest characters, but one of its most complex and intelligent. This quote displays all of those great qualities.

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Pointing out to Castiel that everybody, from Lucifer to Michael, has underestimated Sam and Dean and lost, he says he refuses to do so while also hurling a typically funny, sarcastic insult at them. There is so much more to Crowley than intelligence and humor, but this sums up him well.

Castiel has so many incredible quotes through his twelve seasons of Supernatural which sum him up well. This one captures a more serious and loving side of him rather than his confused side that makes him one of the show's funniest characters.

It comes after he kills Billie so to save one of the Winchesters' lives. This quote showcases the impact they all had on him. More importantly, it highlights how far he has come from a stuck-up angel to an honorary Winchester who truly cares about humanity. Cas is willing to cause cosmic consequences and put his own life at risk for Mary, Sam, and Dean. This shows how he is almost loyal to a fault, which is one of the many reasons fans love him.

Even though the storyline of Sam's powers got thrown out after season 5, the idea that Sam feels like/knows what it is like to feel like an outsider, like a freak, remains for the entire show. This quote captures his philosophy for dealing with it.

Whether it is a monster yet to kill a human, a human going through a metamorphosis, or Jack struggling with his powers, Sam maintains that everyone has good in them. Due to his own mistakes, Sam believes there is potential for redemption in everyone. Until they hurt someone or kill someone, they can be helped and saved. It is sweet, empathetic, intelligent, and so very Sam-like.

There are many criticisms about the Supernatural finale, but there is no doubt the death of Dean Winchester is incredibly emotional. It also has one of the most touching dialogue exchanges in the show. In the series finale, this quote truly sums up who Dean is at his core.

Telling Sam the truth about the night he went to Stanford to get him, Dean admits he waited outside for hours. He was scared that he would end up losing Sam forever. Not only does this quote put perfectly into words how much love and respect Dean has for Sam, but it displays his vulnerable side. It showcases the good, kind heart that he is and that he is scared despite the front he puts up. Dean is someone who has suffered and just wants - and loves - his family.

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