Amara: What you’ve made… it’s beautiful. It took me a long time to see that. I know that we can’t go back to the way things were. I don’t want to, but I wish… I wish that we could just be family again. Chuck: I do too.
Chuck: The Darkness might, might have a weakness – Light.
Crowley: He tells us now.
Chuck: What? I-I just wanted to trap her. I didn’t want to murder her.
Rowena: Fergus was bright. Walked before his first birthday, but he hated pants. Hated them. He’d run ’round the village, his wee banger just flapping in the breeze.
Chuck: Adam and Eve were the same way.
Rowena and Chuck (at the same time): Kids.
Crowley: I’m so glad the world is ending.
Crowley (about Rowena): She’s using you. It’s what she does. Finds someone with power… cozies up… digs the claws in.
Chuck: Hmm. Yeah, well, I’m not helping anyone right now, obviously. She’s been…nice.
Crowley: For now.
Chuck: Now’s kind of all we got.
Crowley: Whatever. I’m not calling you Dad.
Sam Winchester: H-How do you feel?
Chuck: Ohh. You know when you’re driving and a bug hits your windshield? I’m the bug.
Rowena: Sorry about, well, everything I’ve ever done in my life. Really, y-you can’t have been a fan.
Chuck: Oh, yeah, I’ve been quietly rooting against you both for some time now. Although, I can’t deny you’re one of my guilty pleasures.
Chuck: There’s a harmony, a balance in the universe. Light needs dark, dark needs light. If you blow one of them up, then, I mean…
Lucifer: It wouldn’t be a good thing.
Chuck: It’d be really not a good thing. Like, end of reality, not good.
Chuck (to Lucifer): I was supposed to love all creation equally. I wasn’t supposed to have favorites. But you… You were mine. I gave you the Mark because I loved you the most… because I thought you were strong enough to bear it. And when I saw that I was wrong… when I watched my choice… devour my… most cherished son… I hated myself. And so I punished you. And I am so sorry.
Chuck: I am sorry that you feel… that I betrayed you, that I acted without cause. I’m sorry that you can’t see you gave me no choice. I’m good.
Lucifer: You heard that, right?
Sam Winchester: W-We all know that you are God, um, but… maybe could you be a-a little less… Lordly?
Chuck: Listen, I know I’ve been gone for a while. I missed a few million birthdays.
Lucifer: Yeah, and then the second your apes send a distress flare – Boom! – Daddy’s home.
Chuck: No, that’s not what happened.
Dean Winchester: Hey, these apes saved your ass.
Chuck (to Dean): If my plan doesn’t work, then humans will step up. You, Sam, others that are the chosen will have to find a way. It’s why I saved you years ago. You’re the firewall between light and darkness.
Professor Donatello Redfield: Uh…I-I-I guess you know that I was an atheist, until 10 minutes ago. Is that an issue?
Chuck: Not for me. I mean, I believe in me. But your skepticism is to be expected. I did include free will in the kit.
Chuck: I was so sure if I kept stepping in, teaching, punishing, that these beautiful creatures that I created… would grow up. But it only stayed the same. And I saw that I needed to step away and let my baby find its way. Being overinvolved is no longer parenting. It’s enabling.