Watch ‘Supernatural’ Season 9, Episode 16 Live Stream, Free CW Live Streaming Here: Can Sam And Dean Get The First Blade Before Abaddon?
By Sara Guaglione | March 17, 2014 12:04 PM EDT
"Supernatural" season 9, episode 16 airs tomorrow night - find out where to watch "Blade Runners" online via a free live stream of the CW for "Supernatural" season 9, episode 16. Can Sam and Dean get to the First Blade before Abaddon?
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The official synopsis for this week's episode reads: "Sam and Dean get help from a former member of the Men of Letters to locate the First Blade, after Crowley falls off the wagon and starts injecting himself with human blood. To make matters worse, a demon betrays Crowley and tells Abaddon that the Winchesters are searching for the First Blade."
According to IB Times, Crowley has become so addicted to human blood that he's forgotten his purpose on Earth, which is to find the First Blade. The First Blade is the indestructible weapon used by Cain to kill his brother, Abel. It was fashioned from the jaw of an animal and is said to be the only thing capable of killing a Knight of Hell, IB Times reports.
The Winchester brothers will enlist the help of a former member of the Men of Letters (Kavan Smith), which is a secret organization of scholars who research the supernatural, in order to get the First Blade before Abaddon.
"Supernatural" season 9, episode 16 airs tomorrow night, Tuesday, March 18 at 9:00 PM EST on the CW.
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