New Smallville Spoilers: ‘Eternal’ Preview

4/2 New ‘Eternal’

Tess tries to kill Davis by blowing up his truck. However, after he escapes, she realizes she needs help to destroy him and turns to Clark. Tess reveals Davis’ secret childhood with the Luthors and hints that she knows Clark’s true identity.

Greek Episode Recap 2.11: Take Me Home, Cyprus-Rhodes

PremiereWatch: Jesse McCartney goes ‘Greek’

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Greek” returned tonight just in time for spring break with an episode designed to tie up loose ends from last year and spring all of the characters forward for the shenanigans to come this season. Despite all of the talk of change at the beginning, things are pretty much status quo by the end of the hour.

Casey spent her summer at her supposedly awesome D.C. political internship, but it quickly becomes apparent that her internship wasn’t awesome at all. She tries to keep this a secret from everyone out of embarrassment that she wasn’t cut out for the job, even going so far as to get her own apartment away from the sorority house and Ashleigh in order to become a more serious student in order to prepare her for the real world she will soon face. After working with Ashley and Cappie to put Frannie, Rebecca and their newly formed Iota Kappa Iota (Ashley: “Icky?” Frannie: “No, I Kaps!”) out of business, Casey realizes she can’t stay away from the sorority life she loves and decides to give up her apartment, move back into the sorority house and become rush chair. As for Rebecca’s role in the Ickys? Turns out she’s actually a double agent working for ZBZ in order to sabotage Frannie’s new venture. I love it!

Rusty spent his summer as a camp counselor but is anxious to get back to school and to his new life living at the Kappa Tau house. He goes to great lengths in an attempt to make living at a fraternity house jive with his heavy honors engineering course load, but in the end simply can’t find a way to make it work and ends up living with Dale (who is dealing with roommate issues of his own) in Casey’s now vacant off-campus apartment. It’s a little disappointing to have Rusty end up in the same situation he started in, but let’s face it: “Greek” just isn’t “Greek” without Rusty and Dale as roommates.

As for the boys of Kappa Tau and Omega Chi, they are busy being diametric opposites and both candidates to recruit the new Big Man on Campus Andy (played by Jesse McCartney). Andy is friends with Calvin and one of the top football recruits in the nation, which is really hard to believe considering Jesse McCartney is so tiny. But let’s just go with it! Calvin is sure Andy will be an Omega Chi, but from the way he was loving the Kappa Tau parties it looks like Evan and Omegas have a fight on their hands. As long as they’re not fighting over Casey again, I’m all for it.

Random thoughts:

  • I loved the in-joke of seeing Ken Marino as a counselor at Rusty’s summer camp. If you haven’t seen “Wet Hot American Summer”, please do so immediately.
  • Casey was the Elle Woods of her internship. Hee!
  • Frannie’s using Evan like a piggy bank to back her new sorority. How long until that arrangement goes completely south? One, two episodes?
  • I’m totally down with Calvin warning Evan to stay away from Rusty. That paddle to the face last year was just wrong.

Favorite quotes:

  • “I guess you can say that when it comes to little boys, I have the touch.” – Rusty, talking about his success as a camp counselor
  • “My roommate…is Canadian. How am I supposed to sleep at night with some foreigner waving his alien flag in what’s obviously an act of anti-American aggression?” – Dale, about his new honors engineering roomie

New Supernatural Spoilers: Season Finale Scoop! The Levees Break and Lucifer Appears!

Supernatural: I Know What You Did Last SummerSergei Bachlakov/The CW 2008

I remember the Supernatural producers saying last summer that we’d be seeing Steven Williams‘ Rufus this season — yet so far, nothing. Is that still happening? —
MATT: In a word, sorta. The boys will hear from Rufus in Episode 21, which is titled “When the Levee Breaks” and airs May 7. Source: TV Guide

Episode 4.22: Lucifer Rising (Season finale) Airdate: May 14, 2009

  • Ausiello updated his asterix hint to this: Sam learns in the season finale that ******i** ****** is the ***** **** that has ** ** broken ****** ******* can ***e. Source: The Ausiello Files [A possible answer to the riddle is “Sam learns in the season finale that murdering ****** is the final seal that has to be broken before Lucifer can rise.” A few site visitors believe that the person who must be killed is “Lilith”.  Another version of the possible answer with “defeating” instead of “murdering” as Brandon suggested.]

Those who think they have Sam and Dean all figured out by now will be rather surprised by their individual reactions to the introduction of their “new brother,” Adam. (TV Guide)

Please tell me that the big Supernatural death is not Bobby.
All we can say is that the big Supernatural death is very sad, but not entirely unpredictable.  Source: Kristin on E!Online

Ariel in Baltimore: Will Ruby or Anna be regulars next year on Supernatural? I want the guys to finally start building families of their own!
While Castiel (Misha Collins) is confirmed to be a regular for Supernatural season five, all we can say about Anna and Ruby is that there are a couple deaths in the finale, and that Sam’s demon girlfriend and Dean’s angelic friend with benefits are not guaranteed to be safe.

Marta in Porto, Portugal: Are we going to see John Winchester this season on Supernatural? Not in the flesh, and not even in the spiritual realm, but we do see John Winchester on Supernatural in photographic form before the end of the season. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Jim Beaver Interview

LP) Ending with some Supernatural questions; what can you tell us about Bobby’s role for the remainder of the season?

JB) Bobby’s in the last three episodes of the season and I’m most prominent in the next-to-last episode. Three fourths of the scenes probably take place in Bobby’s house so, I’m heavily involved in that one. And I’m… briefly involved in the finale. I mean, not terribly briefly but… anyway. I’m in it – which, I’m happy about because I’ve done the season finale of every season so it’s kind of a tradition.

LP) What does season five [of “Supernatural”] hold in store for Bobby Singer? [addressing speculation that Jim’s character may not live past the season 4 finale]

JB) I… don’t… think I can say. [coyly] Gosh I don’t know what to say. I’d love to help ya out, but… I’m not sure what I could say that would be both truthful and helpful.

LP) No comment?

JB) That’s… probably the best thing I could say.

LP) Any other “Supernatural” spoilers you can drop for us?

JB) Let’s just say that the conflict between Sam and Dean comes to a real head, and over the course of those three episodes it really comes to its boiling point and beyond. By the next-to-last episode and the last one, it’s bubbling over and things change. The next-to-last episode is mainly Bobby and Dean trying to confront the differences between Dean and Sam and so, there’s a lot of Bobby and Dean on one side and Sam on the other. Source: Celebrity Cafe

Supernatural: Episode Titles for the End of Season 4

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Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, SupernaturalSupernatural is heading into the home stretch of season 4. With only five episodes left, every minute counts as Sam and Dean Winchester race to stop Lilith from breaking the remaining 66 Seals and bringing Lucifer to Earth.

Unfortunately, fans may not get to see these final episodes uninterrupted. Early, unconfirmed reports suggest that more breaks are scheduled, and the scheduling of these final episodes might leave fans hanging for longer than they’d like. There are also recently released episode titles for all the remaining episodes, though they might give away more than you’d like.

SPOILER WARNING: Read no further if you don’t want to know what the final Supernatural episodes are called.

This Thursday brings the highly meta “The Monster at the End of This Book,” in which Sam and Dean discover a book series called Supernatural about themselves. That paradox will leave fans scratching their heads for three weeks, because Supernatural is taking yet another break.

The next batch of episodes return April 23 with “Jump the Shark,” and based on that title, fans could be in for a third straight “funny” episode. However, that paves the way for the final three very serious-sounding episodes.

April 30 brings “The Rapture.” This religious title certainly suggests that the angels will play a key role as Dean nears his ultimate destiny.

The penultimate episode of the season airs on May 7 and is called “When the Levees Break.” That bodes poorly for the Winchesters as it portends plenty of bad things ahead.

According to a blog post on Saving Faith’s Sandbox, the next week will be excruciating for Supernatural fans as the show will take yet another break on May 14. It’s not until the next week, May 21, that the Supernatural season 4 finale will air.

But it’s a big one, because the episode is called “Lucifer Rising.” Aside from being a brilliant companion title to the season premiere, “Lazarus Rising,” this episode promises to deliver what the whole season has been leading up to. Will Lucifer rise? Given this show’s history with season finales, I’d have to bet ‘Yes.”

Based on absolutely nothing but my own wild speculation, here’s my current theory: in the final moments of the season, Lucifer rises after the final Seal is broken. However, in order to walk the Earth, Lucifer must take a human body just like all the other demons. What body does he choose? Wile Sam might be the obvious guess, I’m leaning towards the even cooler possibility that Lucifer will take the form of John Winchester. I know the evil father is a bit of a cliche, but it could still be undeniable cool.

Do you think Lucifer will walk the Earth? And if so, whose body will he possess?

Episode 4.20 – The Rapture – Synopsis

“SUPERNATURAL” (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)
“The Rapture”

CASTIEL RETURNS TO HIS HUMAN FORM — Castiel (Misha Collins) appears to Dean (Jensen Ackles) in a dream and says he has something important to tell him but they need to meet somewhere private. Dean and Sam (Jared Padalecki) go searching for Castiel but instead find Jimmy, Castiel’s human vessel, who has only a spotty recollection of being an angel. Jimmy wants to return to his family and normal life, but Dean and Sam are concerned about his safety.

Charles Beeson directed the episode written by Jeremy Carver

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Episode 4.20 – The Rapture – Promotional Photos

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Episode 4.19 – Jump the Shark – Synopsis

ANOTHER WINCHESTER BROTHER EMERGES — A 19-year-old boy named Adam (guest star Jake Abel) calls Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) looking for John Winchester, claiming to be his son. Dean and Sam meet Adam, assuming he’s a demon trying to lure then into a trap. However, they find out that John was indeed the boy’s father and Adam tells them of his “normal” upbringing, which infuriates Dean. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Andrew Dabb & Daniel Loflin.

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Episode 4.19 – Jump the Shark – Promotional Photos

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Supernatural: Video Clip from “The Monster at the End of This Book”

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4/2 New ‘The Monster at the End of This Book’

Sam and Dean are shocked to discover a series of comic books titled Supernatural that accurately detail their lives as demon hunters. They track down the writer, Carver Edlund (guest star Rob Benedict), who explains he has visions of the brothers that he then turns into comic books. Chuck reveals that Lilith (guest star Katherine Boecher) is coming and she has a plan for Sam.

Last time in “It’s a Terrible Life” Supernatural took a pleasant detour from the chilliness and despair of the previous two episodes. The colorful, offbeat story fans got instead did not have driven the global plotline forward in a way that makes you scream at the TV so loudly your neighbors bang on the wall. But it was a particularly fun chance to see the characters in a unique situation and to riff on Sam and Dean’s relationship.

Next week the detour continues in “The Monster at the End of This Book” when the Winchester brothers discover that a pulp fiction author is chronicling their story in a series of horror novels. In light of recent signs of the apocalypse they’ll no doubt find it disturbing that the series ends in Dean’s damnation.

The CW released a new video today from next week’s episode, a scene from “The Monster at the End of This Book.” The new scene plays up the comedy of the episode, as the paperback writer’s fictional characters show up at his doorstep demanding answers. It’s a strange new twist on the classic story Six Characters in Search of an Author, later loosely adapted into a classic episode of Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone.

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