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Supernatural Releases Deleted Scene From the Final Season

In a newly released deleted scene from Supernatural’s 15th and final season, Castiel poses an intriguing question to Donatello.

Warner Bros. released a deleted scene from the final season of The CW’s Supernatural in which Castiel poses a question about a certain friendly and beloved children’s TV host.

In the scene, which is from the Season 15 episode “Our Father Who Aren’t In Heaven,” Castiel meets with prophet Donatello to persuade him to read the tablet to help Sam and Dean. However, Donatello brings up what happened last time he read from it.

Castiel tells Donatello he can’t turn his back on the Winchesters now, but Donatello feels otherwise. In response, Castiel says Donatello no longer feels it’s necessary to ask the question, “What would Mister Rogers do?”

The deleted scene is just one of many that have surfaced ahead of the release of the Supernatural Complete Series Box Set. Supernatural: The Fifteenth and Final Season set includes not only the final 20 episodes of the long-running CW series but also a bonus disc with over two hours of special features, including the special retrospective episode, Supernatural: The Long Road Home, two all-new featurettes, deleted scenes and a gag reel.

Starring Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins and Alexander Calvert, Supernatural was a massive success that spawned several novels, magazines, comics, games and an anime series over the last 15 years. Produced by Kripke Enterprises, Inc. in association with Warner Bros. Television, The CW’s longest-running series was created by Eric Kripke and was executive produced by Robert Singer, Andrew Dabb, Robert Berens and Brad Buckner & Eugenie Ross-Leming in its final season.

Supernatural: The Fifteenth and Final Season and Supernatural: The Complete Series will both be available on Blu-ray and DVD on May 25. All 15 seasons of the series are also streaming on Netflix.

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