Supernatural Spoilers: Season Finale Scoop! The Final Battle between Dean & Sam!

The finale is nothing but jaw-dropping twists and the climactic final battle is here. And you know the climactic final battle is Sam vs. Dean, right? Expect that fight to last through the end of the season and possibly through the beginning of season five. (Watch With Kristin)

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3/12 New ‘Death Takes a Holiday’

Sam and Dean investigate a small town where people are cheating death. They discover the Reapers have gone missing so they turn to Pamela (guest star Traci Dinwiddie) for help. She sends them into the spiritual world to find answers and they come face to face with Alastair (guest star Christopher Heyerdahl), who has been kidnapping all the Reapers in order to break another seal.

Any Supernatural scoop about who is going to die?
MATT: “There are some deaths in the future,” Misha Collins told me as part of a Q&A pegged to the show’s return this Thursday. Castiel’s portrayer didn’t seem too assured in his tease, though, until I lobbed out the name of one likely bucket-kicker. “Ohhhh, that’s right. There is some big death coming up, yes,” he responded, at which point I got a stern hush order from the CW rep.

Source: TV Guide

Preview of ‘Supernatural’ 4.15: Death Takes a Holiday

When ‘Supernatural’ returns March, the Winchester brothers will fight the evil with a greater evil.


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Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

Another take on “” promo has been outed after the rerun on Thursday, February 26. In “Death Takes Holiday” Sam and Dean investigate a small town where people are cheating death. They discover the Reapers have gone missing so they turn to Pamela for help. She sends them into the spiritual world to find answers and they come face to face with Alastair, who has been kidnapping all the Reapers in order to break another seal. Castiel, which is seen in the preview, will return in this episode.
Also in his latest scoop, Michael Ausiello of EW said that the episode airing March 12 will be dedicated to the director Kim Manners who passed away recently on January 25. There will be a photo montage of him compiled in 10 seconds and a brief message.

‘Supernatural’ Clip: Sam and Dean Ripped Off Their Souls

to track down missing reapers in the spiritual world.In ‘Death Takes a Holiday’, ‘Supernatural’ put the brothers in a mission


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Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

A short clip taken from the upcoming episode of “” is released by The CW. It takes on the Winchester boys’ visit to Pamela where their souls are ripped off from the body in order to walk on the spiritual world.

Sam and Dean investigate a small town where people are cheating death. They discover the Reapers have gone missing so they turn to Pamela for help. She sends them into the spiritual world to find answers and they come face to face with Alastair, who has been kidnapping all the Reapers in order to break another seal.

“Death Takes a Holiday” is the first new episode in weeks following the show’s hiatus since February 5. It will air on Thursday, March 12 and is dedicated to the director Kim Manners who passed away recently on January 25. There will be a photo montage of him compiled in 10 seconds and a brief message.

Date with an Angel: Supernatural‘s Misha Collins Answers Your Questions

Source: TV Guide Online

Misha Collins

On the occasion of Supernatural‘s return with fresh episodes (Thursdays at 9 pm/ET, the CW), we grabbed a few minutes with Misha Collins to reflect a bit on his first season as Castiel and answer questions from TVGuide.com’s readers. (A divine idea, no?) Here, following a bit of our own banter with Collins, is his take on purgatory plucking, questioning the Big Guy, old-school smiting and much more. (Also: Read my start-of-season Q&A with Misha.)

TVGuide.com: How was your first Supernatural convention experience this past weekend?
Misha Collins
: It was good. I don’t feel nearly as traumatized as I expected. I feel like a little bit of a whore, so that’s a triumph in my book. I got some hand cramps from signing my name for too long, but that’s an occupational hazard.

TVGuide.com: What twist in Castiel’s storyline has surprised you the most so far?
Collins:
That he’s still alive. That’s one. But also seeing the man whom Castiel possessed was both surprising and gratifying and really fun to play. We just finished shooting that episode, and that was cool. It was very different from what I was expecting.

TVGuide.com: What are the odds that you will be back next season?
Collins:
Well, I’ve been told that I’m coming back, so the odds are good. I’d have to screw something up between now and the end of the month!

TVGuide.com: And now it’s time for the TVGuide.com reader questions. Jenni asks, “Will Castiel ever talk to Dean about how exactly he was able to pluck him out of purgatory?”
Collins:
Possibly — although Dean doesn’t really seem to be that curious about it. He hasn’t pried in that direction at all. I don’t see why it should be a secret.

TVGuide.com: “Does Castiel know what happened to Sam and Dean’s father after John helped them in the Season 2 finale? If so, will he tell them?” (jzchillin)
Collins:
I don’t think that Castiel does know what happened to their father. He’s not omniscient by any stretch of the imagination. There’s a lot of stuff that’s cropped up this year on the show that has been news to Castiel, so there’s no reason for me to believe that he knows what happened to Daddy-O.

TVGuide.com: “Is there anything that Castiel is afraid of?” (bklynkat23)
Collins
: Scary movies?

TVGuide.com: “Are we going to see Castiel begin to doubt and/or question God’s pronouncements, especially vis-à-vis Dean and Sam?” (kchez) First of all, that’s an excellent use of “vis-à-vis.
Collins:
Yes, it was excellent! I wish I could respond with matching stellar vocabulary, but…. “Yes” is the short answer to that question. Definitely.

TVGuide.com: JBird asks, “Will we find out more about the working relationship between Castiel and Anna?”
Collins:
Yeah, we’re going to see more of that and the dynamic between them.

TVGuide.com: “Will Castiel ever get to smite anyone old-school-style?” (derfel85)
Collins:
What is old-school smiting? Is that, like, drawing and quartering or beheading…?

TVGuide.com: I’m thinking it’s very brutal and non-sterile, perhaps employing a rusty mace.
Collins:
We haven’t done any smiting yet. But maybe we’ll go in that brutal, medieval direction at some point.

TVGuide.com: “Will we get another Castiel/Alastair smackdown this season?” (Infamous_JR)
Collins:
Yes.

TVGuide.com: “Jensen [Ackles] and Jared [Padalecki] are known for pulling pranks. Have they pulled any memorable ones on you yet?” (Shan79)
Collins:
No, but we’ve had several instances where we’ve had laughing fits on set and it was really pissing off the crew, because we couldn’t get the shot off.

TVGuide.com: “Do you think Castiel should fall, or he should stay an angel?” (ilda_winchester)
Collins
: I think it would be more interesting if he fell.

TVGuide.com: “In the wake of [producer-director] Kim Manners’ death, did the tone on set change for the long term, or did people realize that this is what he loved and continued to do their best to honor him?” (tidblgr)
Collins:
I only did one episode with Kim, but it was amazing to see the effect he had on the crew. His leadership up in Vancouver very much affected the dynamic of how this crew operates. He lived in a hotel up here, and all the staff came to his memorial — the doorman, the housekeeper…. That’s the kind of guy he was.

TVGuide.com: Before you go, give us one more tease about what’s coming up on Supernatural the remainder of this season.
Collins:
We’re definitely coming down to the wire on the apocalypse. There are some deaths in the future.

Episode 4.17 – It’s a Terrible Life – Synopsis

THURSDAY, MARCH 26

“SUPERNATURAL” (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)

“It’s a Terrible Life”

IF THE WINCHESTERS WEREN’T HUNTERS — Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) are living very normal and separate lives. Dean is a corporate man who enjoys health drinks and listens to news radio vs. rock stations. He works at a company called Sandover Bridge & Iron Company alongside Sam (Jared Padalecki) who is in Tech Support. It seems as if the two do not know each other. However, after co-workers start committing suicide at an alarming rate, the two find themselves working side by side to solve the murders.
James Conway directed the episode written by Sera Gamble.
Source: CW

Spuernatural Spoilers: Lilith’s Return, and Sam’s Blood Addiction

Dean and Bobby are going to stage an intervention on Sam for just that and keep him prisoner. Source: Kristin on E!Online….. Maybe [the big Winchester brawl that’s going to happen in the season finale] has something to do with Sam’s demon blood addiction. Or maybe it’s fallout from a certain death that’s coming up in April. Source: The Ausiello Files

Preview of ‘Supernatural’ 4.15: Death Takes a Holiday

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

When ‘Supernatural’ returns March, the Winchester brothers will fight the evil with a greater evil.


See larger image

Another take on “” promo has been outed after the rerun on Thursday, February 26. In “Death Takes Holiday” Sam and Dean investigate a small town where people are cheating death. They discover the Reapers have gone missing so they turn to Pamela for help. She sends them into the spiritual world to find answers and they come face to face with Alastair, who has been kidnapping all the Reapers in order to break another seal. Castiel, which is seen in the preview, will return in this episode.

Also in his latest scoop, Michael Ausiello of EW said that the episode airing March 12 will be dedicated to the director Kim Manners who passed away recently on January 25. There will be a photo montage of him compiled in 10 seconds and a brief message.

  • Castiel returns on March 12. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • Sam and Dean investigate a small town where people are cheating death. They discover the Reapers have gone missing so they turn to Pamela (guest star Traci Dinwiddie) for help. She sends them into the spiritual world to find answers and they come face to face with Alastair (guest star Christopher Heyerdahl), who has been kidnapping all the Reapers in order to break another seal. Source: The CW

Episode 4.16: On The Head of a Pin Airdate: March 19, 2009

Episode 4.20: Title Unknown Airdate: April 2009

  • Lilith will likely raise her adorable little demonic head again in episode 20. Supernatural is casting for a suddenly possessed cutie-pie 11-year-old who turns into an evil ice queen. (And that’s Lilith if I’ve ever heard her described.) Source: Kristin on E!Online

CW renews ‘Smallville,’ ‘Gossip Girl,’ ‘One Tree Hill,’ ‘Supernatural,’ and ‘90210’

Breaking: CW renews ‘Smallville,’ ‘Gossip Girl,’ ‘One Tree Hill,’ ‘Supernatural,’ and ‘90210’

Michael Ausiello @ EW

Cwrenewals_l Good news, fans of all things CW. The network just announced that it has renewed Smallville, Supernatural, Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill, and 90210 for next season. America’s Next Top Model has also been greenlit for two additional cycles.

“As we continue to build The CW Network as a destination for young women, these six shows have clearly contributed to strengthening our schedule and our brand identity,” CW boss Dawn Ostroff said in a statement. “By securing these signature hits for next season, we’re furthering our commitment to deliver high-quality, original programming to our viewers, advertisers and affiliates.”

While the Gossip Girl and America’s Next Top Model pickups were a foregone conclusion, the fates of Smallville, Supernatural, One Tree Hill, and 90210 were less certain. In the case of Smallville and One Tree Hill, a lot was riding on which of those show’s core cast-members would be returning. Smallville‘s renewal clearly signals that Tom Welling has successfully concluded his contract negotiations with producer Warner Bros, but the same can’t be said for OTH leading man Chad Michael Murray. The actor-writer’s participation next season is TBD, although insiders say he’s expected to return in some capacity.

Conspicuously missing from The CW’s slew of renewals: The freshman gem that is Privileged. However, that doesn’t mean the show has been canceled, a CW source insists. “No final decision has been made yet,” the insider says. Translation: Watch tonight’s season finale, dammit!

Reaction to all the renewals? Do you deem any of them unworthy? And does Privileged deserve a shot at another year? And what about fellow bubble shows Reaper, The Game, and Everybody Hates Chris? Sound off below!

New Supernatural Spoilers: Sam’s Demon Blood Addiction!

Lilith will likely raise her adorable little demonic head again in episode 20. Supernatural is casting for a suddenly possessed cutie-pie 11-year-old who turns into an evil ice queen. (And that’s Lilith if I’ve ever heard her described.) Oh, and for you angels fans: Castiel returns on March 12, and we’ll next see Uriel on March 19. Rejoice!… Source: Kristin on E!Online

Don’t you hate it when your friends get hooked on demon blood? Well, Dean and Bobby are going to stage an intervention on Sam for just that and keep him prisoner…. Source: Kristin on E!Online

The brawl between the Winchester brothers in the season finale has something to do with Sam’s demon blood addiction, or it’s fallout from a death that’s coming up in April. Source: The Ausiello Files

Episode 4.15: Death Takes a Holiday Airdate: March 12, 2009

Sam and Dean investigate a small town where people are cheating death. They discover the Reapers have gone missing so they turn to Pamela (guest star Traci Dinwiddie) for help. She sends them into the spiritual world to find answers and they come face to face with Alastair (guest star Christopher Heyerdahl), who has been kidnapping all the Reapers in order to break another seal. Source: The CW

New Supernatural Spoilers! How Real is the New Winchester Brother?

Has ‘Supernatural’ Cast a Faux Little Bro?

Jakeabel Since last month, Supernatural spoilerphiles have been buzzing about the rumor that a third Winchester brother may exist. But as TV Guide first reported this weekend, there’s some truth behind the gossip. Actor Jake Abel has been cast as Adam Milligan, an 18-year-old whom Sam and Dean’s pop supposedly fathered.

Sam and Dean will meet their “half brother” in April 23rd’s “Jump The Shark” episode, but word is, we probably won’t see the kid return after that hour. And I’m thinking, there’s no way this boy is a true blue Winchester.

One theory hardcore Supernatural fans might find interesting? The infuriating “Trickster” is somehow involved. KTV contributor Marisa Roffman seems to think this storyline reeks of him. He does, after all, love to frak with S & D… Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

Jake [Abel] will only appear in one episode and is not expected to be seen again. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Let’s just say Sam may need to start going to meetings. The kind of meeting where you step up in front of a room and declare, “Hi. My name is Sam, and I’m a Demon Bloodholic.” Source: The Ausiello Files

New Supernatural Spoilers: Season Finale Scoop it’s Dean vs. Sam & New Brother Adam Winchester?

Is there a third Winchester sibling among us? It certainly would seem so, and Jake Abel (Threshold) is playing him, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Abel has been cast on the CW’s Supernatural as Adam Milligan, an 18-year-old whom Sam and Dean meet in an episode titled “Jump the Shark” and airing April 23. Adam, viewers will learn, is the by-product of a little somethin’-somethin’ that big daddy John enjoyed during one of his demon hunts. Upon eventually being told by a onetime paramour of Adam’s paternity, John paid the lad the occasional visit. Never, though, did John alert Sam and Dean to Adam’s existence, nor vice versa.

Source: TV Guide Online

The final three episodes of the season can be summed up in three words: Dean vs. Sam. Source: Michael Ausiello

The kid who plays Mary Louise Parker’s son, Shane, on Weeds has been cast as a ghost in a spring episode. Source: Michael Ausiello

Supernatural is doing an ep entitled “Jump the Shark.” The boys try to help an upstanding young man named Adam who has made an unexpected and sharp left turn in life. And by sharp left turn, I think they mean he turns into a brain-eating zombie, a blood-sucking vampire or something equally untoward. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Lilith hijacks the body of a dental hygienist and returns to wreak havoc on the Winchesters in ep 18. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Episode 4.20 – Casting Call

This episode will be directed by Charles Beeson and will film between the 24th February and the 5th March

[AMELIA MCSHANE] (30ish) A good wife and a loving mother (pretty, normal and grounded), she’s distraught over her husband’s mental state and becomes increasingly terrified that her husband is losing his mind – she is torn between believing his wild stories and trying to keep her family together. GUEST STAR

[CLAIRE MCSHANE] (11ish) A sweet, loving and normal little girl who loves her father, but when possessed she becomes cool, calm and has a presence way beyond her eleven years. We Need A Very Strong Actress For This Role …GUEST STAR

Source: SpoilerTV

Sera Gamble Interview with TV Guide – Part 2

What’s the difference between angels and demons? Will Sam ever reunite with his mother? Does Dean have more to tell about Hell? Why is Ruby so “different”? And what’s coming up that is more than intense? Supernatural supervising producer Sera Gamble made time this week to answer a second batch of TVGuide.com reader questions. So sit back and gain even more insight into the CW’s spooktacular series (airing Thursdays at 9 pm/ET).

I’m sure one or two of those people Dean tortured in Hell weren’t demons, but regular folk who had an error in judgment. Will Sam and Dean ever run into any of them? — K.
Sera Gamble: We batted around a few versions of that idea, but we’ve been focusing more on his torturer, Alastair. The pertinent details of Dean’s Hell story get told through that relationship. There’s more to come in a future episode.

Is Eric going to be directing a episode in the last half of the season? — SherryLynn75
Gamble: Eric is directing the season finale.

I read the spoilers for Episode 18. Is there any chance you will play the character named Sera? — ckll
Gamble: Nope. There is a character named Sera Siege though. There are characters named after everyone on the staff. The episode starts out dizzyingly meta: Sam and Dean discover a book series called Supernatural, about the adventures of two demon-hunting brothers named Sam and Dean. Every detail is spot-on. Obviously, this is deeply alarming to them. Julie Siege wrote the episode, and she was very even-handed, in that she managed to take hilarious jabs at the writers, the fans and the boys. The story eventually twists in an unexpected direction that’s more grounded and substantial — it’s not just an amusing exercise. But if there was any doubt that we have a sense of humor about ourselves, this ought to clear it up.

What is the difference (besides what I guess you could call their “political” affiliations”) between the angels and demons? I ask because their policies seem to be pretty similar: Both sides are into possessing humans; both sides are into destroying large numbers of humans and both sides are willing to do extreme measures with no regard for the suffering of others to achieve their objectives. — MrKWoodmaid
Gamble: Their methods are often eerily similar, huh? I find that pretty interesting. One big difference is that demons used to be human. Angels never were. Demons may have lost their humanity, but it could be argued that angels never had it to begin with. But: It’s not entirely true that angels have no regard for the suffering of humans. Castiel is clearly troubled by it. Anna was so compelled by humans that she chose to fall. You’ve got to take angels on a case-by-case basis.

Does Sam know what his mother did? Related to that, will we ever get to see Sam interact with his mother in some fashion? Or perhaps get some insight on how he feels about her or his father? — CharlotteJane
Gamble: Dean told Sam all about the events he witnessed in “In The Beginning,” yes. We alluded to that in the following episode. Further insight into how Sam feels about his folks: yes. We get into that on more than one occasion. As for actually seeing Sam interact with his mother: can’t promise quite yet, but Vegas money is on yes.

Even though Episode 9 explained why Ruby was so different this season, can we expect further explanation? — Kerri-Ann
Gamble: I’ll keep it general — ’cause I can’t really be more specific without violating the terms of my Ruby Nondisclosure Agreement — and just say that there is more to come regarding Ruby, the change in her attitude and her relationship with Sam.

Will there ever be an episode about the Jersey Devil? — irishgirl
Gamble: Not this season, so visit your local wishing well and petition for a Season 5.

Are we going to get a “Headless Horseman” episode anytime soon? That would be a great urban legend to cover. — Freyja
Gamble: It’s on the master list of urban legends, and comes up periodically. No time this season. Hit up that wishing well again!

Will DemonMeg, Ellen, Lilith, Alastair or Anna be back anytime soon? — BradleyL317
Gamble: Yup, you’ll be seeing Alastair and Anna again soon. And Lilith will be making a reappearance later this season as well.

Dean always seems to get the mystical journeys, from “What Is and What Should Never Be” to “Dream a Little Dream of Me” and “In the Beginning.” Will Sam ever get a chance to really get inside his soul and see what lies within it? — coolguypadalecki
Gamble: Oh, yes. Episode 421. I’m searching my brain for a more intense word for “intense.”

Watch clips from this week’s “After School Special” episode here, here and here.

(Additional reporting by Tina Charles)

Source: TV Guide

Supernatural Episode Recap: 4.14 “Sex and Violence”

Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, SupernaturalThen: Castiel warned Dean about Sam’s dangerous new hobby with Ruby and Sam was upset that Dean didn’t realize he was trying to do good.

Now: Supernatural kicks off with a man coming home late from work and getting into a pretty typical argument with his wife. Then he bludgeons her to death with a meat tenderizer. Sam (Jared Padalecki) learns about this case, the third such incident of a happy husband killing his wife.

The boys investigate and find out the happy husband spent a ton of money at a strip club on a girl named Jasmine. He killed his wife because Jasmine said if he did, they’d be together forever. When it comes to strippers, men have done worse for less.

Sam visits the town coroner and uses his adorable smile to convince her to tell him that all three murderous husbands had an unusually large amount of a certain drug produced when people have sex. Dean (Jensen Ackles) shows up too, and when they leave, Dean is furious that his brother “c-blocked” him.

However, Dean’s anger is short-lived, because he’s just so happy to be investigating a case with strippers. The Winchesters visit the Honey Wagon and Dean gets nothing out of the owner. After talking to Uncle Bobby, Sam theorizes they’re chasing Sirens, and he’s shocked that Dean knows the Greek enchantresses from The Odyssey….READ FULL RECAP AT BUDDY TV

Supernatural Spoilers & Preview 4.14: “Sex and Violence”

2/5 New ‘Sex & Violence’

SupernaturalSam and Dean enter a small town in Iowa where three men have inexplicably beaten their wives to death. The guys realize that behind the murders is a Siren, a creature that can take different forms and desperately needs love, compeling people to destroy themselves as a show of devotion. The Siren eventually puts Sam and Dean under her spell and pits the two brothers against each other in a fight to the death.

Preview of ‘Supernatural’ 4.14: Sex and Violence

A Siren that can take other forms of creatures will get in between the Winchester brothers, in the next ‘Supernatural’.


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Sam and Dean fall under the spell of Siren that takes form of a seductive woman, all new in ““. The Siren eventually puts Sam and Dean under their spell and pits the two brothers against each other in a fight to the death.

Sam and Dean enter a small town in Iowa, where three men have inexplicably beaten their wives to death. The guys realize that behind the murders is a Siren, a creature that can take different forms and desperately needs love and compels people to destroy themselves as a show of devotion.

Called “Sex and Violence”, the episode will air on The CW February 5.

“Supernatural” is a contender at GLAAD Media Awards which will be presented in New York City on March 28. Its episode “Ghostfacers” that presents a gay intern (guest star ) falling for Ed, will compete in the category of Outstanding Individual Episode (in a series without a regular LGBT character). —

Supernatural Episode Recap 4.13: “After School Special”

SupernaturalThen: Sam wasn’t too keen on the way the Winchesters were raised, but Dean loved his dad and promised to always take care of his little brother.

Now: It’s high school, and popular kids are gossiping about a Slutty Cheerleader doing the reverse cowgirl over the weekend with some random dude. The Slutty Cheerleader feels bad, so to cheer herself up, she calls another girl a Fat Pig. Later in the girl’s bathroom, the Fat Pig slams the Slutty Cheerleader’s head into the mirror before drowning her in the toilet. Then some black goo pours out of the Fat Pig’s nose.

Later, the Fat Pig is in a mental institution where Sam (Jared Padalecki) asks her about being possessed. He believes her, so the boys head to her high school, which used to be their high school. The boys pull up to the school and flash back to 1997 on their first day at Truman High.

Young Sam hates constantly switching to new schools. He’s nervous and awkward but befriends a nerd named Barry. A fat bully named Dirk teases Barry, but Sam tells him to stop before giving him the evil eye.

Meanwhile, Young Dean has better luck, slacking off and flirting with chicks, making out with one in the janitor’s closet the same day.

Back in the present, Sam is undercover as a janitor while Dean (Jensen Ackles) is the substitute gym teacher. Dean lets the kids play dodgeball, throwing balls at the kids and taunting them. He’s wearing red shorts and a head band….READ FULL EPISODE RECAP AT BUDDY TV

Supernatural Spoilers: Readers’ Questions Answered!

Supernatural: TVGuide.com Readers’ Questions Answered!

by TV Guide News


Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, Supernatural

“Qué sera, Sera?” Supernatural supervising producer Sera Gamble invited the show’s fans here at TVGuide.com to submit their burning questions. Can Dean’s self-worth be salvaged? To what is Sam about to have a strong reaction? Can Ruby truly be trusted? Why are the angels a bit devilish? Will Lilith return? Read on for insight on the CW’s outta sight spooktacular series.

Is this season is leading up to a fierce showdown between Dean and Sam? — HannahsMom
Sera Gamble:
You do know that [series creator] Eric [Kripke] would kill me if I told you what all this is leading up to, right?

Dean’s cool with Ruby now? No lingering suspicion? She kept Sam from killing himself and that clears her? — s_decker30
Gamble:
I doubt Dean will ever be fully cool with Ruby. His deepest hunter instinct is to be suspicious of her. But he’s unable to just see her in black-and-white anymore. She did too much for his brother. I think Dean is capable of being grateful to Ruby for keeping Sam alive while he was in Hell … and still remains unsettled by her, to a certain extent.

Are Castiel and Uriel for sure sent by the Big Guy, or could they have their own agenda? Could they be Fallen Angels themselves? Uriel at least seemed not very Angelic when he withheld Anna’s Grace. — Gerald
Gamble:
Our angels aren’t “angelic” in the porcelain doll sense. They’re warriors, and they behave like it. It can be pretty jarring; it certainly was to Sam and Dean. As for whether or not they were “for sure” sent by God … it seems to me that on our show, there’s been a good rule of thumb so far: Evil is a certainty. But good is not as easy to pin down. It requires a certain amount of faith.

Dean is suffering blow after crushing blow to his already-fragile sense of worth, and I’m wondering if we’re going to get to the reason for it in this season, or will we have to wait till next year? — Aerie
Gamble:
A boost to Dean’s self-worth is coming in an episode also featuring the enjoyment of organic rice milk lattes and a Toyota Prius. But to be clear — Dean’s not some fragile guy walking through the world and having his self-esteem attacked. He’s a confident bad-ass who in private moments tends toward compulsively beating himself up. It’s all internal. We’ve been weaving the reasons why into the show since the very beginning. There are a few; but the most general answer I can give you is that if John Winchester was my dad I’d be in serious therapy about it.

What is Dean’s mission from heaven? Is there any little hint you might be able to drop? — Shannon01
Gamble:
Dean’s mission is connected to the time he spent in The Bad Place.

When is Sam going to have a reaction to all that Dean has told him regarding Hell? He says nothing, but the look on his face indicates that there is a lot going on in his head. — staceycj
Gamble: I thought Sam had a huge reaction to Dean’s confession, actually. Sometimes a situation is so painful that there’s really not much that can be said about it. The mature thing to do might be to just be with the suffering person, which is what Sam did. I thought the scene was a good example of how much Sam has grown over the course of the show. That said, there’s more story to come connected to what Dean did in Hell. And Sam has a very strong reaction to it — a reaction that has repercussions felt for the rest of the season.

When is our favorite angel, Castiel, coming back? I miss him. — kir18sty
Gamble: Soon! And often enough that I suggest someone create a drinking game around the character.

In “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” why did the Crossroads Demon tell Sam, “We’ve got everything just the way we want it”? Will the significance of wanting Sam earthbound and Dean Hellbound be revealed? — Reem89
Gamble:
Yes, definitely. We reveal a big chunk of what the demon was talking about in an upcoming episode.

Will Lilith be making an appearance this season? Dean hallucinated about her in “Yellow Fever,” but we haven’t actually seen the real Lilith since the Season 3 finale. — h3m1678
Gamble:
Lilith’s very active behind the scenes this season. And yes, you’ll be seeing her in the flesh again as well.

Why was Alastair able to defeat Castiel so easily? Is he working with or against Lilith? — PrincessButtercup
Gamble:
It’s not actually so easy to get the better of an angel like Castiel. Run-of-the-mill demons end up dead or freaked out like the burnt-eyed chick in the diner in “Lazarus Rising.” They’re outmatched — and, of course, they have no experience fighting angels, because angels have been AWOL for a couple thousand years. But Alastair is exceptionally old and powerful, so he knows a trick or two. Alastair is working with Lilith. Though, for the record, I don’t think he cares much about the apocalypse. He’d rather be back in Hell, sticking bamboo shoots under fingernails. He’s not a politician. He’s a torture artist, and he’d just as soon stick with what he loves. He’s only topside because duty calls.

I was rewatching old episodes and noticed in the pilot that Mary told little Dean that angels were watching over him. Did Mary know why Dean would be chosen even back then? — nic875
Gamble: Mary was a believer, but I don’t think she necessarily knew that angels would figure into Dean’s future quite so literally. After all, Castiel is the first angel to take a body since Jesus was news.

Supernatural Episode Recap 4.12: “Criss Angel is a Douche Bag”

Supernatural: Episode 4.12 “Criss Angel is a Douche Bag” Recap

SupernaturalIt’s finally here, the “Criss Angel is a Douche Bag” episode of Supernatural!  It’s probably my favorite episode title ever, and since I no longer get to recap A Double Shot at Love on MTV, I don’t have that many opportunities to use the term “douche bag” in my writing.  So if I just start calling everyone a douche bag, it’s only because I can.

Three old-time magicians regret how magic has become a young man’s game. They watch some young douche bag on stage who’s wearing eyeliner. They’re bitter that this douche bag is headlining while they’re not.

Jay, one of the trio of old men, says he wants to do the Table of Death. It involves lying on a table and trying to escape before a bunch of nails impale him. It looks like he doesn’t make it, but he’s fine. However, some annoying magician who bugged him is now outside and suddenly falls over dead with several bloody puncture wounds.

The Winchesters arrive at the magicians convention and see the same young douche bag magician, and Dean says, “What a douche bag.” Sam identifies him as the world famous Jeb Baxter, and Dean wonders if the guy is famous for “douchebaggery.” Five minutes in, and I think this episode already set a record for most uses of the term “douche bag.”

Meanwhile, Jay’s friend Charlie wants to know how he did it, and Jay isn’t saying, but he’s feeling good and wants to try the Executioner, a trick even Houdini wouldn’t attempt. The two head down to tape a video segment with Jeb the Douche Bag. Dean asks Charlie and the third old magician, Vernon, some questions after commenting on what a douche bag Jeb is. The old men give Dean an address and tell him to ask for “Chief.”….READ FULL RECAP AT BUDDY TV

Supernatural Spoilers: Video Clips from “After School Special”

Supernatural: Video Clips from “After School Special” at Buddy TV

Jensen Ackles, SupernaturalThe last two episodes of Supernatural haven’t been all that great, but hopefully that will change with this Thursday’s new episode, “After School Special.” In it, Sam and Dean go back to their former high school to investigate a ghost, and they relive their childhood with a series of flashbacks featuring Young Sam and Dean.

The CW released three video clips from the episode that show all the different elements of this episode. There’s comedy with Dean posing as the high school’s substitute gym teacher, emotion with Sam reliving a traumatic childhood experience, and we get to see a flashback scene with Young Sam and Dean. Continue reading for more details and to watch these clips.

First up, Dean is the substitute gym teacher (Mr. Roth, presumably with a first name of David) teaching the kids to play dodgeball. It’s pretty funny, and it also features Jensen Ackles in shorts. It’s not until you see that until you realize it’s very weird for Dean to be in shorts.

The second clip has Sam feeling pretty miserable about a dead boy and Dean trying to cheer him up. It’s getting harder to tell which of the two Winchesters is becoming gloomier, since they’re both going to some pretty bad places this season.

Finally, we get to see Young Sam (Colin Ford) and Young Dean (Brock Kelly). Kelly in particular does a fantastic job of looking and sounding exactly like Jensen Ackles, though the age gap is still a bit of a problem for me. The actor is 23 and he’s supposed to be in high school. To put that into perspective, he’s actually older than Jared Padalecki was when he started Supernatural.

“After School Special” airs Thursday at 9pm on the CW.

Supernatural Spoilers & Preview 4.12: “Criss Angel is a Douche Bag”

A secret is revealed that will make Dean feel guilty for all of eternity. (Michael Ausiello)

Anna is returning later this season. [Michael Ausiello]

1/22 New ‘Criss Angel is a
Douche Bag’

SupernaturalA mysterious death draws Sam and Dean to a town full of old-school magicians. Their investigation leads them to Charlie (guest star John Rubenstein), Jay (guest star Barry Bostwick) and Vernon (guest star Richard Libertini), three friends who were famous magicians in their day but have now been replaced by flashier, younger magicians. One of them has made a deal to acquire real magical powers, but the price was extremely high. Sam and Dean must figure out a way to reverse the spell before others are harmed.

A Clip From ‘Supernatural’ 4.12: Criss Angel is a Douche Bag

In the next ‘Supernatural’, Dean and Sam stumble upon failed magicians who suddenly have a lot of success with their tricks.


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A clip from “” January 22 episode called “Criss Angel is a Douche Bag” has been made available. It shows a scene where Dean comes upon a place to meet the chief but instead he is brought to a dungeon for a misunderstood purpose.

A mysterious death draws Sam and Dean to a town full of old-school magicians. Their investigation leads them to Charlie, Jay and Vernon, three friends who were famous magicians in their day but have now been replaced by flashier, younger magicians. One of them has made a deal to acquire real magical powers, but the price was extremely high. Sam and Dean must figure out a way to reverse the spell before others are harmed.

Guest stars lined up in the episode are John Rubenstein, Barry Bostwick and Richard Libertini as Charlie, Jay and Vernon respectively.

On other news, the show has cast Kurt Fuller (““), for a three-episode arc as “a corporate executive who secretly has supernatural authority.” — Ace Showbiz

Supernatural Episode Recap: 4.11 “Family Remains”

SupernaturalThen: The angels and demons fought and Dean tearfully confessed to torturing souls while he was in Hell.

Now: The power goes out in a creepy house. The man living there gets up, but is shocked by a scary looking girl who comes out of the closet and menacingly walks towards him before we hear him choked to death.

Sam (Jared Padalecki) is asleep in the backseat of the Impala, meaning he probably doesn’t know what went on there between Dean and Anna in the last episode. Dean (Jensen Ackles) is awake searching for another case, even though they’ve been solving cases nonstop for a month. It sounds like someone is trying to make up for all the bad things he did in Hell.
The boys investigate the haunted house with the dead man and don’t find anything other than a doll head in the closet. A family drives up to move into the house made up of Dad, Mom, Son, Daughter and Uncle. I’m sure they have names, but it’s easier to refer to them this way.

The boys act quickly to keep the new owners away by telling them there’s asbestos in the walls. The family goes off to stay in another motel, and Daughter hopes it doesn’t have “hooker sheets” like the last place. Dean gives her a hilarious look that says, “Hooker sheets? That sounds like my kind of place!”

The Winchesters go off to learn that the man who died in the house had a wife who died in childbirth and a daughter who hung herself 20 years later. While the boys are getting information, the family has returned and decided to move in after all because there’s no asbestos.

In the house, Son is in his room when something in the closet plays catch with him. The parents see the word “Go” scribbled in crayon on the wall and yell at Son. He claims it wasn’t him, it was the girl in the wall who hates adults. Needless to say, they don’t buy it….READ FULL RECAP AT BUDDY TV

Supernatural Spoilers & Previews: 4.11 ‘Family Remains’

1/15 ‘Family Remains’

SupernaturalSam and Dean investigate the appearance of a young female ghost in an abandoned house, but things become more complicated when a family moves in. The brothers fail to get the family to leave, but when the son is kidnapped though the walls, they look to Sam and Dean to rescue the boy.

A female ghost is haunting a family that has just moved in through the walls in the new ‘Supernatural’.

The CW have released a bunch of clips for “Family Remains”, the next episode of ““. The first clip which is on a boy receiving a ball from an unknown creature in the dark, is similar to the one that was released in their January 2009 promo, but the other two are new.

Sam and Dean investigate a farm house that seems to be haunted by a woman in the walls. A family moves in to the house but when they are encouraged to move out, they refuse until they find out the real horror that the house is keeping. The episode will air January 15.

On other news, it has recently been hinted that there might be another Winchester out there. E! Online’s Kristin Dos Santos reported that an actor will be cast to fill in the shoes of a long lost brother of Sam and Dean. — Ace Showbiz

Major Supernatural Spoilers: A Third Winchester Brother?

I’ll be your friend if you give me some Supernatural scoop. — Shane
Ausiello:
There is a traitor amongst Sam and Dean. Source: Ausiello Files – EW

Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Grey's Anatomy ABC/RANDY HOLMES

Oh, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, you sneaky devil. You always keep us guessing—even from beyond the grave!

Even though he is fully dead on Grey’s Anatomy, Supernatural and Weeds, that didn’t stop JDM from schtupping Izzie (Katherine Heigl), and now, bearing fruit to one of the biggest, jaw-dropping, show-changing plot twists we’ve heard all TV season long. (Honest engine.)

Turns out, Jeffrey may be a daddy to a secret son on a certain show, and this certain show will be changed forever because of this upcoming plot twist.

Jared Padalecki, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Jensen Ackles, Supernatural David Gray/The CW

What’s the latest on Jared and Jensen on Supernatural?
Let’s just say that if you happen to look like these dreamy dudes above (and God bless you for it), you should contact the CW right away, because I’m hearing that yes, you guessed it! There just might be a third freaking Winchester brother out there. Hear that? It’s the sound of my mind exploding! I’m told that the possible third brother has not been cast, but we’ll start hearing rumblings of another son courtesy of Dean and Sam’s father John Winchester, aka Jeffrey Dean Morgan, this season. Seriously, does that dead dude get around or what?! Meanwhile, I’m dying to know what you think of this twist and if anyone out there could possibly be delicious enough to pull off the same genetic code as Jensen and Jared. So please comment below, and if you have any casting suggestions, bring ’em!

On Supernatural, do you know if Alistair was destroyed or just repelled? I’m curious if we’re going to see him again?
Yes, Alastair will return later this season, but in a new, nastier “meat sock” form.

Source: Kristin on E!Online

New Supernatural Spoilers, Photos & Previews!

Episode 4.11 – Family Remains – Synopsis

THE WORST KIND OF MONSTER — Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate the appearance of a young female ghost (guest star) in an abandoned house, but things become more complicated when a family moves in. The brothers fail to get the family to leave, but when the son is kidnapped though the walls, they look to Sam and Dean to rescue the boy. Kim Manners directed the episode written by Jeremy Carver

Dean and Sam investigate the appearance of a ghost in an abandoned house, but things get more complicated when a family moves in.

Airs: 15th January 2009

Source: SpoilerTV

“Family Remains” – Airs Thurs., 1/15 at 9:00 p.m.
Sam and Dean investigate a house that appears to be haunted, but when an unsuspecting family moves in they find that it’s actually occupied by something much more sinister. Guest starring David Newsom and Helen Slater.

“Criss Angel is a Douche Bag” – Airs Thurs., 1/22 at 9:00 p.m.
Three aging magicians attend a magic conference and prove that they still have a few unbelievable tricks up their sleeves – but are they only illusions? Meanwhile Ruby (guest star Genevieve Cortese) tries to convince Sam to use a little magic of his own. Guest starring Barry Bostwick, Richard Libertini and John Rubinstein.

“After School Special” – Airs Thurs., 1/29 at 9:00 p.m.
A mysterious death finds Sam and Dean returning to one of the high schools they briefly attended while traveling around the country with their dad. But flashbacks reveal that the short time they were at the school resulted in a dramatic effect on the future. Guest starring Colin Ford as “Young Sam” and Brock Kelly as “Young Dean.” — Source: Zap2IT

4.11 Family Remains Spoiler Pics

More Supernatural Spoilers! More Sam!

The first half of this season’s Supernatural has pretty much been The Dean Winchester & Castiel Show featuring guest appearances by Jared Padalecki‘s Sam. Is this a trend that you see continuing?
I know, people are still smarting from “In the Beginning,” right? This I can tell you: When the season resumes on Jan. 15, the first two episodes are equal parts Dean and Sam (with the first entry being gloriously dark and scary). But what Jared fans should most look forward is the third outing, “After School Special,” in which both teen and modern-day Sam experience much emotional upheaval.  — Source: TV Guide

New Supernatural Spoilers!

Source: Kristin on E!Online
Time Is on My Side Sergei Bachlakov / The CW

Anything new on Supernatural?
I’m hearing of an amazing episode in the new year about reapers in a small town who are getting killed, so Sam and Dean become ghosts to travel in the ghost world and figure out what’s going on. As long as they don’t put white sheets over my pretty boys’ faces, I’m in!

More Supernatural!
In honor of the show currently kicking ass in our CW Awards, I will tell you that a character we know and love dies in the aforementioned reaper episode. Guesses?

New Supernatural Spoilers & Previews For January Episodes!

New Clips From ‘Supernatural’ January 2009 Episodes

‘Family Remains’, ‘Criss Angel is a Douche Bag’ and ‘Afterschool Special’, three episodes of ‘Supernatural’ that will air in January next year are previewed.

Three new clips from the “” episodes that will air in January 2009 have been released and compiled in a single player below. The three chapters that will come back haunting are “Family Remains”, “Criss Angel is a Douche Bag” and “Afterschool Special”.

“Family Remains” will be aired on January 15. Sam and Dean investigate a farm house that seems to be haunted by a woman in the walls. In the clip for the episode, a boy discovers that ‘somebody’ hides in the closet and throws a ball at him. “Criss Angel is a Douche Bag” meanwhile, will be on screen the next week on January 22. A magician turns to black magic to revive his failing career, including transferring his fate when a trick goes wrong.

“Afterschool Special” will take over January 29 with a flashback episode when Sam and Dean are still high schoolers. The brothers investigate a haunting at one of the high schools they attended as kids. In the clip Dean acts as a coach of dodge ball for a class. Young Dean will be played by Brock Kelly while Colin Ford will reprise his role as young Sam. — Ace Showbiz

Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

“Family Remains” – Airs Thurs., 1/15 at 9:00 p.m.
Sam and Dean investigate a house that appears to be haunted, but when an unsuspecting family moves in they find that it’s actually occupied by something much more sinister.  Guest starring David Newsom and Helen Slater.

“Criss Angel is a Douche Bag” – Airs Thurs., 1/22 at 9:00 p.m.
Three aging magicians attend a magic conference and prove that they still have a few unbelievable tricks up their sleeves – but are they only illusions?  Meanwhile Ruby (guest star Genevieve Cortese) tries to convince Sam to use a little magic of his own. Guest starring Barry Bostwick, Richard Libertini and John Rubinstein.

“After School Special” – Airs Thurs., 1/29 at 9:00 p.m.
A mysterious death finds Sam and Dean returning to one of the high schools they briefly attended while traveling around the country with their dad.  But flashbacks reveal that the short time they were at the school resulted in a dramatic effect on the future.  Guest starring Colin Ford as “Young Sam” and Brock Kelly as “Young Dean.”

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