Archive for March 2008
Greek‘s Cappie Speaks Out on the New Semester
Scott Michael Foster: Oh yeah, she’s awesome…. The whole cast, we all hang out together. It was really easy for us to play our roles because we [both think the other is] really cool, and we get along so well. So it’s not a challenge to play like we’re in love. If it was somebody who I thought is awful, that would be hard, but she’s great.
TVGuide.com: What should we be expecting to see from Cappie this semester?
Foster: You might see Cappie and Rebecca’s relationship change, bloom. At the end of the last season you see them together, but the entire second season is them trying to work their relationship out. Cappie and Casey are kinda put on the back burner — they know it’ll happen some day, they just don’t know when. And Cappie is trying to get Rusty to become more comfortable with his pledge brothers. He’ll play big brother to him. It’s all fun and rockets to him.
TVGuide.com: Were you surprised that they put you and Rebecca together in a relationship?
Foster: I was surprised because when we got closer to reading the script where we had more scenes together, I was like, “I don’t think I’ve worked with this girl once!” It was cool to work with one of the other regulars that I hadn’t worked with much. It was a lot of fun to have that different dynamic.
TVGuide.com: Do you think Rebecca’s relationship with Cappie will soften her, or do you think her devious, evil side will pop back out again?
Foster: I think she definitely softens throughout the second season and you’ll see that, because you can only play bad for so long. And she’s still a freshman in college, so she has to have some love and forgiveness, which means that Cappie and Rebecca sort of grow up with each other.
Episode 3.13: Ghostfacers Airdate: April 24, 2008
The Supernatural boys are venturing into reality…television. “We’re coming back with a reality show version of Supernatural,” says creator Eric Kripke. “It’s sort of our loving tribute to Ghost Hunters. People will either congratulate us or think we’re totally effing insane.” Source: Entertainment Weekly
This episode was shot in documentary style and parodies Sci Fi Channel’s Ghost Hunters. The Winchesters reunite with the wannabe hunters from episode 1.17′s “Hell House” while investigating a haunted house where John failed to succeed. Dean is determined to try his hand at it. As the Ghostfacers stumble through the house and modify their TV pilot, Dean hunts for Sam. Source: SpoilerFix.com
It’s a light, high-concept episode – shot entirely in documentary style by these bumbling would-be ghost hunters we introduced in Season One. The whole hour is the pilot of a cable show called Ghostfacers! So it’s quite a departure from our usual structure. And it’s completely self-enclosed and breezes right past all the mythology we set up in Jus In Bello. Source: Firefox.org
Episode 3.14: Long-Distance Caller Airdate: May 1, 2008
The second episode will return to normal – at least as normal as Supernatural gets – with Sam and Dean visiting a town haunted by phone calls from dead loved ones. Source: Entertainment Weekly
Sam and Dean hunt a Crocotta, its goal is to get people to kill themselves and then take their souls. To do so, it communicates via phone and computer as a dead loved one. Dean gets information on the demon holding the contract on his soul from a seemingly unlikely source. While Sam goes to confront the Crocotta, Dean unknowingly prepares to ambush an innocent victim. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 3.15: Title Unknown Airdate: May 8, 2008
“We’re gonna charge full-steam into Dean’s deal with the devil, because his soul is coming up due,” [reveals Eric Kripe.] Adds Padalecki: “Sam is trying new and different methods to try and save Dean. In the third episode I think we have a week left of Dean’s life, and we’re sprinting to the finish line to beat this deal that’s closing in.” Source: Entertainment Weekly
[The next to last episode] introduces a new hunter. Source: Firefox.org
Episode 3.16: Title Unknown (Season finale) Airdate: May 15, 2008
“The season finale takes place on the very last day before his card gets pulled by the demon,” Gamble said. “It’s a fight to the finish. Several of the players that we’ve been watching deal with this over the course of the season will be in the episode. We said we weren’t going to make it easy for them, and we’ve made it pretty difficult, bordering upon impossible.” Will Dean survive and elude hell’s clutches? “For all you know, in the fourth season it’s going to be Sam with a flashlight in haunted houses with a special cell phone that calls hell,” Gamble said with tongue in cheek. “Everyone has a theory. Everyone will find out soon enough. They just have to wait a few more months.” Source: Sci Fi Wire
I’m hearing of a huge season-ending shocker involving Dean that I’d tell you about, but, well, it involves a word I normally have to spell out with double hockey sticks. But let’s just say it might be one of the biggest jaw-droppers in Supernatural history-at least in my humble, Dean-loving opinion! Source: Kristin on E!Online