Today we're taking a look at a newly-released clip from the final season of Supernatural. Sam (Jared Padalecki), and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles), gather at the Men of Letters bunker, where they are taking the time to remember their dearly departed loved ones for one the final times. Together the brothers clink a pair of beers together and offer one last toast to the ones who are no longer with them.

What viewers may recall about the episode, in the original exchange that aired, the Winchester brothers raised their beers to their fallen loved ones with a simple, "To everyone that we've lost along the way." Yet in this newly released exclusive extension of the scene from season 15, episode 19, the Winchester brothers toast the fallen angel Castiel. Also mentioned is their half-brother Adam, along with Kelly, Bobby, and John. Many of Supernatural's characters who had passed on remained so after this point. They were all part of a community in paradise, ready and waiting for Dean when he was killed during the series finale a week later.

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The moments that led up to the scene... Castiel had just sacrificed himself after professing his love to Dean, and Jack, whom they believed had been destroyed (he then got better), as well as the brothers' mother. In the episode, "Inherit the Earth," the Winchester brothers had upset god (Rob Benedict), and in response, he retaliated by wiping out all life on Earth except the pair of them along with a stray dog they find.

Carry on with the thrilling and terrifying journey of the Winchester brothers in Supernatural: The Complete Series. Sam (Jared Padalecki), and Dean (Jensen Ackles), face everything from demons to vampires, ghosts, angels and pagan gods. With the help of the fallen angel Castiel (Misha Collins), they discover that every threat they vanquish opens a new door for evil to enter.

Supernatural: The Complete Series contains all 327 thrilling episodes from the fan favorite series, as well as countless hours of bonus features from all 15 epic, not-to-be-missed seasons. Fans who purchase the Complete Series will also receive a 68-page Collectible Book, filled with new images from the beloved series, set designs and letters to the Supernatural Family from both Showrunner Eric Kripke and Director Robert Singer. The Complete Series is priced to own on DVD for $329.99 SRP ($369.99 in Canada), and on Blu-ray for $359.99 SRP ($399.98 in Canada). Representing a substantial savings over purchasing all fifteen seasons individually. Supernatural has spawned several novels, magazines, comics, games, and an anime series. Starring Jared Padalecki (Friday the 13th, Gilmore Girls), and Jensen Ackles (Smallville, My Bloody Valentine), as brothers' Sam and Dean Winchester. The fifteenth and final season also starred Misha Collins (24; Girl Interrupted), as fallen angel Castiel, along with Alexander Calvert (Arrow, The Edge of Seventeen), as Jack, the son of Lucifer.

Produced by Kripke Enterprises, Inc. in association with Warner Bros. Television, the long-running 15 season series was created by Eric Kripke (Revolution, Timeless), and executive produced in its final season by Robert Singer (Timecop, Lois & Clark), Andrew Dabb, Robert Berens (Doom Patrol), Brad Buckner, and Eugenie Ross-Leming (Lois & Clark). This comes from TVLine.