Archive for October 5th, 2008
Tonight’s episode doesn’t start out well for those still grossed out by the Rebecca and Justin (Dave Annable) pairing. Just as the two start making out hot and heavy on the couch, Justin runs off to talk to Sarah about how he’s nervous about sleeping with his almost-sibling. He needs advice, so Sarah tells him it’ll be best if he takes it slow….READ FULL RECAP
Episode 4.04: Metamorphosis Airdate: October 9, 2008
The boys are joined by an old hunter friend named Travis to fight a worm-like creature named “Rugaru.” The monster, who takes over a character named Jack Montgomery, makes people extremely hungry, eventually makes them want to eat humans. The brothers discover that the only way to stop them is with fire. Later in the episode, the boys (accidentally?) try to set Jack’s wife on fire. Seeking revenge, Jack kidnaps Dean and tries to eat him. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 4.06: Phoebia (aka “Yellow Fever”) Airdate: October 23, 2008
The boys fight a ghost named Luther. Luther was in love with a married woman named Jesse. After Jesse went missing, her husband, Frank, went after Luther and choked him with a chain. Frank was never arrested because of his prominent place in society. Sam and Dean try to figure out if Luther’s spirit is involved with Frank’s death before the spirit goes after others. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 4.07: It’s the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester Airdate: October 30, 2008
Sam and Dean meet Uriel, who is much more coarse and less friendly compared to Castiel. Sam disobeys orders from Uriel to not interfere with certain demons who attack both the brothers and the town, so Uriel threatens their lives. The boys also fight against witches named Tracy and Don and another person (spirit?) named Samhain. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 9 – I Know What You Did Last Summer 11/13/2008 — BuddyTV
Supernatural: Lucifer is Busting Out All Over
Jensen Ackles of ‘Supernatural’ Answers Fan Questions
Jared Padalecki Talks About ‘Supernatural’ Season 4
Jared took some time out of his busy day of filming to answer our questions about Supernatural and Sam Winchester….READ MORE
Jim Beaver Discusses his Role on ‘Supernatural’
When BuddyTV went up to visit the Supernatural boys, they were lucky that Jim Beaver was on set that day. He talked about what it’s like to work on such a great show like Supernatural and told them about some of the funny antics that go on behind the scenes….READ MORE
Now that everyone in the Walker family know about the long-lost sibling, Ryan Walker on Brothers and Sisters, the qustion is – who will be playing him? The names so far at the top of the list are Jason Ritter (The Class, Joan of Arcadia), Jason Thompson (General Hospital), Tom Pelphrey (Guiding Light) and Gregory Smith (Everwood). Most of the rumors seem to swirl around Ritter and Smith.
Smith opens up some interesting possibility with Emily Van De Camp, who plays Rebecca Harper. On the show Everwood (which was produced by Greg Berlanti, also a producer with Brothers and Sisters) the pair had amazing chemistry as Amy Abott and Ephram Brown.
Ritter is best known for his role as wheelchair bound Kevin Giardi, on Joan of Arcadia. The show was a hit with critics, but not so much with viewers. More recently Ritter followed in his late father’s footsteps (John Ritter), in the sitcom business on the short-lived series, The Class.
Reportedly Ritter was seen at ABC studios for a casting meeting last week. ABC has not commented. – TB Television
Although Emily VanCamp said that if Smith would join Brothers & Sisters as Ryan, it would be Everwood overload, still he would be my choice. The chemistry would be amazing and plus he would “look” better as a Walker, he looks more like them. As an actor, he has shown the viewers he has the range needed to fit in the wide range dramatics of the Walker family.
So whose you choice? Let me know in the comments section.
In tonight’s episode of Desperate Housewives, we learn that the women are all crazy. Actually, we already knew that, but in every storyline, the main women make crucial errors in judgment, whether it’s flirting with their son, fighting over a name, or getting angry when people do exactly what they’re told to do…. READ FULL RECAP
Mary-Alice’s ghostly voiceover was not nearly as thematically tight on Sunday, a practically nonsensical ramble about how great it is to have good neighbors or something. Of course, this being Marc Cherry’s show, this tidy monologue was turned on its ear by the episode’s close, as we see how each of the housewives has her own share of dirty laundry with which, more so than groceries or missorted mail, they will ultimately need help. Let’s rifle through their unmentionables….READ FULL RECAP
Castiel did his mind meld thing on Dean and bent time to send him back to 1973 where he encountered his dad, mom and grandparents. In what turned about to be an origins episode, Dean finally learned the truth about his mom and her family; how the Yellow-Eyed Demon (YED) became involved in their lives; and even how the beloved Impala became the Winchesters’ car of choice….READ FULL RECAP