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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.

Dean Winchester: Is that my computer?

Chuck: I’ve never seen so much p*rn. Not in one sitting.

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.

Metatron: But you helped the Winchesters before.

Chuck: Helped them?! I’ve saved them! I’ve rebuilt Castiel more times than I can remember. Look where that got me.

Chuck: Nature? Divine. Human nature – toxic.

Metatron: They do like blowing stuff up.

Chuck: And the worst part – they do it in my name. And then they come crying to me, asking me to forgive, to fix things. Never taking any responsibility.

Metatron: Why?

Chuck: Can you be more specific? I kind of get that question a lot about pretty much everything.

Chuck (to Metatron): You know what humanity’s greatest creation has been? Music. That and nacho cheese. Even I couldn’t have dreamt up that deliciousness.

Chuck (to Metatron): I started a blog. Mostly just pictures of cats. Oh. They’re so cute.

Metatron: This is some kind of punishment, isn’t it? For my sins. A limbo where I get to spend eternity in a crappy bar with a hack writer. I have trudged through your complete oeuvre published and unpublished. Of the metric ton of books I’ve read in my lifetime, “Supernatural” didn’t even crack the top 10… thousand. And then you put yourself in the story? God!

Chuck: Okay, that’s fair. Mildly constructive. Still, it doesn’t justify you burning one of my books, though.