Episode 4.22: Lucifer Rising (Season finale) Airdate: May 14, 2009
The apocalypse is coming, and Sam and Dean prepare for the fight in very different ways. Sam joins Ruby on a final run to kill Lilith (guest star Katherine Boecher), while Castiel and Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) tell Dean it’s time to play his part in stopping Lucifer. Source: The CW
What can you tell us about the Supernatural season finale? MATT: What can I tell you that’s not already out there? The apocalypse is nearing, the boys battle each other in a bloody-good smack-down, the hunt is on for Lilith before she breaks the final seal…. All in all, I’d brace for something extra-special, as far as Supernatural goes, seeing as this is only the second time series creator Erik Kripke has directed an episode — and the very first time he has worked off one of his own scripts. P.S. I assume you spied our sneak peek of this week’s episode? Source: TV Guide Online
‘Supernatural’ 4th Season Finale Preview: Lucifer Rising
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It all comes down to the final battle in ‘Supernatural’ May 14 finale, Sam goes with Ruby while Dean teams up with Castiel and Zac.
The season finale of “Supernatural” will air next week, May 14 with the apocalypse finally arriving. Sam and Dean prepare for the fight in very different ways. Sam joins Ruby on a final run to kill Lilith (guest star Katherine Boecher), while Castiel and Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) tell Dean it’s time to play his part in stopping Lucifer. Creator Eric Kripke who directs the episode, has shared some hints to TV Guide regarding the characters on the verge of Apocalypse. He said, “The Apocalypse is coming down to the wire, and it’s time for Dean to play his part. While we’re on the subject, besides Zach and Cass, a lot of the Angel gang are coming back. Anna makes an appearance, and even the Prophet Chuck pops in for a bit.” He also confirmed that there will be a “big cliffhanger” as well as major deaths that will affect the storyline of the fifth season.
Three Clips From ‘Supernatural’ 4th Season Finale
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Beside the fight against Lucifer and Lilith, ‘Supernatural’ season finale on May 14 will show the internal rift between Sam and Dean.
A big portion of the season finale of “Supernatural” has been given through a three-minute clip. Consisting of three different scenes, the sneak peek lacks of the anticipated action but provides the dilemma experienced by each of the Winchester brothers. In the first clip, Sam talks to Ruby on his decision to go against Dean. In the second clip meanwhile, Dean complains about Sam’s attitude to Bobby and got yelled at for being soft. The third and last clip shows Castiel and Zachary approaching Dean for a strategy to kill Lilith. The fourth season finale airs Thursday, May 14. The official synopsis is read: “The apocalypse is coming, and Sam and Dean prepare for the fight in very different ways. Sam joins Ruby on a final run to kill Lilith (guest star Katherine Boecher), while Castiel and Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) tell Dean it’s time to play his part in stopping Lucifer.”
Supernatural Preview: For Sam, “There’s No Turning Back”
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Jared Padalecki and Genevieve Cortese, Supernatural
For the few of you who have recovered from “When the Levee Breaks,” it’s time now to start prepping for Supernatural‘s Season 4 finale. And here is a sneak peek. Airing May 14, “Lucifer Rising” finds the brothers nearing the end of their long-dreaded (by fans) collision course. Here is the official logline for the season-ender: “Dealing with the aftermath of a newly created, crushing rift in their relationship, Sam and Dean each race down a different path to try to stop the impending apocalypse from happening. Guest stars include Jim Beaver as Bobby, Genevieve Cortese as Ruby, Misha Collins as Castiel, Katherine Boecher as Lilith, Kurt Fuller as Zachariah and Rob Benedict as Chuck. “Lucifer Rising” was written and directed by series creator Eric Kripke. In this preview clip, a tormented Sam confabs with Ruby about what he “must do”
Jim Beaver Spills on Supernatural
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On Supernatural, do Jared and Jensen treat you as an uncle figure offscreen as well as on, or do they prank you as they apparently do everyone else?
Those aren’t exactly oppositional questions! But, no, they don’t treat me like an uncle. They treat me like a friend. I never get any sense that they think I’m older and wiser. [Laughs.] We’re just three guys doing a job that we love and we enjoy each other’s company. They haven’t pranked me much, just once maybe twice, and I don’t know if that’s because they’re scared of me, but I don’t think that’s true. Maybe I just don’t give them enough reaction, but I will say, oh my gosh, I love working with Jared and Jensen! They’re just absolute hoots to be with, and we get along great. They’re sweet, smart guys and they’re good at what they do and that’s what I look for in a colleague.
Grahame in Washington, D.C.: What’s Bobby’s current feeling about the angels?
Bobby’s got a certain wait and see quality about him. I think probably he doesn’t accept everything at face value but he’s willing to go along until the facts prove him wrong or prove that he should take another look at things. I think he’s kind of willing to accept the angels as allies and make use of them, as long as nothing signals that he should change that opinion.
Patrice in Evansville, Ind.: Lately there’s been a lot of talk about how being close to the Winchesters can be dangerous to one’s health. Is Bobby in especial danger—could he become a target?
I think there’s probably something to that. I hadn’t given much thought to that aspect but the fact is that when you’re a solo hunter all you’ve really got to look out is for yourself. When your job description includes getting two hotheaded young guys out of various situations then regardless of your personal feelings for them, it’s going to be dangerous. You’ve got to have eyes in the back of your head if you’re keeping eyes on the two guys.
Any fans of Supernatural‘s Bobby out there? Anyone interested in taking his job of keeping yes on Jensen Ackles and Jared Padelecki?
‘Supernatural’: Is Bobby kicking the bucket?
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Tonight, “Supernatural” wraps its fourth season and the finale promises to bring the mayhem that’s been brewing to a boiling point. The race is on to prevent the final seals from being broken and there will be causalities. One person whose future isn’t looking so bright? Bobby. Yes, I know. It breaks my heart, too. But when I caught up with Jim Beaver (Bobby) at a signing to promote his new book this week, I questioned him on the rumors that his character isn’t long for the “Supernatural” world, and his words weren’t promising. “I wish I had something encouraging to say about Bobby,” he told me. “There are some big surprises coming up.” And if this is Bobby’s swan song, fans will be disappointed to hear that he’s not even a major part of the episode. “Bobby’s appearance in the season finale is relatively brief,” Jim shared. “He comes in and then kind of disappears.”
But whatever the outcome for Bobby is, Jim believes it’s all good. “[Creator] Eric [Kripke]’s going to do what’s best for the show,” he said. “He’s very attentive to the fans [and their wishes], but the fans don’t ever have to worry about him bending the show just to accommodate what they would like [to see]. At the same time, he cares what they would like, and I think the very fact that Bobby is still around this long is very much in part because he picked up that the fans liked him.” If Bobby does end up meeting his maker, Jim isn’t sure how that would impact his role on the show. “People do worry an awful lot about characters dying on “Supernatural” even though we’ve pretty much proven [death] doesn’t mean all that much,” he mused. He pointed out that characters that have died often pop back up on the show, long after they were killed off. So, would you be okay if they axed Bobby? Don’t you think the boys need a father figure around? Someone that doesn’t put up with their crap? Especially given their recent problems?