New Supernatural Spoilers!

In the upcoming Supernatural episode titled “Sex and Violence,” there will be rainbows and unicorns. Nah, just kidding—there will be sex and violence. Both Sam and Dean make new friends, and one of the boys gets laid. Later Sam and Dean fight each other, but not over the girl—over a guy! Source: E!Online

Episode 4.11: Criss Angel Is A Douchebag Airdate: January 22, 2009

  • The magician-centered episode, which airs Jan. 22, features “Hey, It’s That Guy!” trio Barry Bostwick, John Rubinstein, and Richard Libertini. Source: The Ausiello Files Sam and Dean are faced with magicians who are dealing in black magic. The brothers investigate the situation after people are found dead in similar ways as the magic tricks the magicians perform on stage. One of the magicians, Charlie, is from the time of P.T. Barnum and found a grimoire, a book of real magic filled with a variety of black magic including an immorality spell. Source: SpoilerFix.com

Episode 4.12: Afterschool Special  Airdate: January 29, 2009

  • Colin Ford will portray young Sam – just as he did in last season’s “A Very Supernatural Christmas.” This time around, though, Ford will play a few years older than his actual age, while Kelly will close the gap by playing younger than his actual twenty-some years. Source: TV Guide Online Fans will get a big treat: a teenaged Dean. And filling Jensen Ackles’ shoes for the flashback will be Brock Kelly, TVGuide.com has learned. In “After School Special,” which is slated to air Jan. 29, Supernatural will offer a peek at the brothers’ high-school days, with a tentative Sam not looking forward to facing another new social circle as he and Dean are uprooted again by their demon-chasing dad. Luckily, Dean finds time away from necking with a local gal to watch his picked-on kid bro’s back. Source: TV Guide Online

Episode 4.13: Family Remains Airdate: February 2009

  • The boys investigate a farm house that seems to be haunted by a woman in the walls. A family moves out to the country house after the oldest son, Andy, died in a car accident last year. The woman in the wall kidnaps and kills the uncle and also kidnaps the youngest son, Danny. It is unsure whether or not Danny survives because the ghost seemed to enjoy playing with Danny. For some reason unknown to everyone, including Sam and Dean, is extremely motivated in saving Danny and helping this family. Source: SpoilerFix.com

Episode 4.14: Sex and Violence Airdate: February 2009

  • Both Sam and Dean make new friends, and one of the boys gets laid. Later Sam and Dean fight each other, but not over the girl-over a guy! Source: Kristin on E!Online Supexecs are casting the role of a sexy and smart thirtysomething doctor who likes booze and one night stands. And young men with the last name Winchester. Source: The Ausiello Files

Robert Singer – Executive Producer – IfMagazine Interview

What lies in store for the Winchester brothers for the remainder of Season 4? We get some cryptic hints

SUPERNATURAL – the good verses evil fun and funny The CW show – took a different turn in its fourth season. No longer is it a single demon or bounty that the Winchester brothers are working on or trying to uncover,but instead we went a little more worldly. As in the end of the world, as the battle between Heaven and Hell became the focus of the show. While he was very reluctant to give anything away in terms of what we might be seeing in the mythology aspects of the show, executive producer and director Robert Singer spoke with iF Magazine about SUPERNATURAL and what the rest of the season may hold. Again, while he’s reserved, there are some nice little hints that should be enough to whet the appetites of fans of the show.

iF Magazine: This season of SUPERNATURAL introduced the opposite side of the coin for the Winchester brothers with Heaven, God and angels all introduced in the first episode helping to bring back Dean from hell. Was that always the plan after the third season or was it something that came up later on?

ROBERT SINGER: That was the plan we came up with and the end of last season. Getting an early pick up was helpful in that we could plan ahead early

iF: How did the writer’s strike from last year affect your writing this year, if at all?

SINGER: The writers strike just made us accelerate the plans we had for last season. We got to show mythology quicker than we had intended.

iF: I know you had to truncate the third season, so was there a few things you wanted to do last year that we are seeing this year or is it all pretty much a new, clean slate?

SINGER: A clean slate.

iF: I love that the writers of SUPERNATURAL are willing to take chances with the episodes we are given and that they aren’t all having to deal with the mythology or the theme of the season. What’s the idea behind that, to give the audience a little more than just the same old week in and week out or to stretch the writer’s creativity or both?

SINGER: We like to mix it up. When we do stand-alones, we want it to feel like a small movie. That can be horror, comedy horror, or in some cases fantasy. We make a concerted effort that when we do a mythology episode that we really move the mythology along. That the audience gets some real movement, not just dribs and drabs.

F: It seems SUPERNATURAL is a perfect outlet for these type of comedic or throwback episodes we see on occasion. Are there any future episodes this season that we can look forward to and what might the plotlines be?

SINGER: I think we are pretty much done with the broad comedy episodes for this year, although we try to infuse every episode with some level of comedic moments.

iF: Speaking of which, I simply loved the “Monster Movie” episode, it did everything right, from being filmed in black and white, to the throwback direction, to the classic monster scenes in that episode. Whose idea was it to do an episode from an era gone by?

SINGER: It was [creator] Eric [Kripke] and Ben [Edlund’s] idea. I was lucky enough to get to direct it. I’m glad you appreciated the homage images to the early films.

iF: Heaven and Hell is a big theme this year with Lucifer trying to unlock the seals to bring hell on Earth. While the show has dealt with demons and monsters since its inception, idea of Heaven is new for the show. Was it just a nice fit for the show, or just time for it to come about or just opened up a slew of new possibilities for the show that wouldn’t have been there before?

SINGER: It seemed a logical progression, but Eric really conceptualized it.

iF: We are pretty much in the dark as to why the angels and God lifted Dean from Hell, but they have hinted that he has some purpose … possibly other than stopping Lucifer from unlocking all of the seals to Hell. Are we going to find this out along the season, hopefully?

SINGER: You will get the answer to that question by season’s end, but not from me here
and now. Sorry

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