"Supernatural" Season 11 Spoilers
Sam (Jared Padalecki, left) and Dean (Jensen Ackles, right) will contemplate killing the teen-version of the Darkness in Season 11, episode 6 of "Supernatural." The CW

The Darkness has officially reached puberty. That’s right, when “Supernatural” fans tune in to episode 6 of the hit CW series, they’ll watch as Amara makes another speedy transformation from a little girl into a teenager -- and a moody teenager at that.

In the Season 11 promo video for “Our Little World,” viewers witness Amara and her surrogate father from hell, Crowley (Mark Sheppard), get into a bit of a fight after the sassy demon grounds his soul-sucking daughter. (We can’t wait to find out exactly what set the hellish character off -- after all, he is the king of mischief!)

“Get out of my room,” the demonic teen responds to her grounding, looking more sullen than ever before.

According to the synopsis for episode 6, Crowley will fail to control Amara in the upcoming installment as she grows more unruly and powerful. Perhaps then he’ll look for Dean’s (Jensen Ackles) assistance after losing authority over the wild and unpredictable teen. While Crowley gets a firsthand experience in parental woes, the Winchester brothers will spend episode 6 trying to track down the wanted-creature who’s responsible for a climbing death toll.

“We’re really going in to kill Amara?” Sam (Jared Padalecki) asks Dean, revealing just how far the brothers are willing to go to end the insatiable Darkness from devouring more souls. As the Winchesters concoct their fool-proof plan of exterminating Amara, Castiel (Misha Collins) will seek out Metatron (Curtis Armstrong), God’s former scribe, to help stop the Darkness from mass destruction and chaos.

However, according to the synopsis, Metatron will be reluctant to lend a helping hand seeing as though he's "pretty happy with his new life as a freelance videographer for the local news.”

Do you think Sam and Dean will have what it takes to kill Amara? Sounds off in the comments section below and don’t forget to tune in to “Supernatural,” which airs Wednesday night at 9 p.m. EST on the CW.