6.22 The Man Who Knew Too Much

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    • 6.22 The Man Who Knew Too Much

      EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ERIC KRIPKE PENS THE SEASON FINALE - The wall comes down in Sam's (Jared Padalecki) head and all hell breaks loose. Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Bobby (Jim Beaver) are, for once, at a total loss on how to help him and are forced to stand by and do nothing while Sam breaks. The battle for heaven comes to a head. Robert Singer directed the episode written by Eric Kripke (#622).
      Quelle: ksitetv.com/6298/official-des…tural-season-6/
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    • Spoiler:

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      Question: Got any scoop on Supernatural? —Kim
      Ausiello:
      Series creator Eric Kripke warns that the season is “building to a left hook that I don’t think [fans will] see coming. We will bring all of this mythology to a head. We bring purgatory to a head. We bring the war in Heaven to a head. We bring the mother of all monsters — the wall in Sam’s head — to a head. All of it does come together, but I think in a way that’s really unexpected and surprising and really great.” Speaking of that ticking time bomb in Sam’s noggin, how does Kripke (who penned the finale) plan to resolve that? “You don’t want to blow it off,” he says with a laugh. “You don’t want him to be a drooling vegetable on the floor either because that’s not super-exciting to watch last I checked. But I think it’ll be good. I think it’ll be really powerful and emotional. Hopefully, the fans will enjoy it.”


      Quelle: tvline.com/2011/03/ask-ausiell…-anatomy-glee-smallville/
    • The last two episodes of Supernatural Season 6 will be airing on Friday, May 20 and The CW has released official descriptions for both of them.
      The first episode is called "Let It Bleed" and the second one of the night is "The Man Who Knew Too Much."
      Here's "Let It Bleed" at 8:
      DEAN'S WORST NIGHTMARE COMES TRUE - A demon kidnaps Ben (guest star Nicholas Elia) and Lisa (guest star Cindy Sampson) to get to Dean (Jensen Ackles). Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean are forced to join with an unlikely ally to free them. Sera Gamble directed the episode written by John Showalter (#621).
      And "The Man Who Knew Too Much" at 9:
      EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ERIC KRIPKE PENS THE SEASON FINALE - The wall comes down in Sam's (Jared Padalecki) head and all hell breaks loose. Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Bobby (Jim Beaver) are, for once, at a total loss on how to help him and are forced to stand by and do nothing while Sam breaks. The battle for heaven comes to a head. Robert Singer directed the episode written by Eric Kripke (#622).
      Quelle: ksitetv.com/6298/official-desc…of-supernatural-season-6/

    • Die "breaking wall" find ich zumindest noch etwas interessanter als die Lisa/Ben Entführung. Das braucht echt kein Mensch *down*

      Irgendwann muss die wall ja brechen - und lieber jetzt, als die Sache noch unnötig in die Länge (und in Staffel 7) zu ziehen. Und wenn wir etwas von Sam's Zeit mit Luzi & Michael in der Hölle erfahren, könnte es vielleicht ganz interessant werden.

      hilfloser Dean & leidener Sam = gaaaanz viel love, tears & hugz . Ich seh die Fans schon vor'm Laptop *cry*

      *:D*
    • Darf ich mal ganz blöd fragen sind das jetzt eine Folge in zwei gepackt oder zwei einzelne ,das weiss ich nicht genau.Das Wand von sam mal fällt ist doch klar ,aber das Lisa und Ben dacht ich wäre gegessen gewesen in Folge 15 *wasnt* oder nicht.Und was ist mit Mother of All?Habe ich was verpasst. *kratz*



      Thanks a lot to pappas for the Sig *umarm* !!
      Thanks a lot to PN for the pictures *umarm* !!!
    • Ich fand bislang das Ende der Lisa/Ben-Story äußerst unbefriedigend, wenn man bedenkt, dass sie immerhin ein Jahr lang Deans Leben bestimmt haben. Deshalb finde ich die Idee, seine Urangst wahr werden zu lassen, ziemlich gut. Genau das - die Benutzung seiner Lieben gegen ihn - hat er immer als Grund gegen ein Privatleben aufgeführt und nun geschieht es wirklich. Für mich eine realistische Entwicklung. Dass die Mauer in Sams Kopf zerbröselt, muss kommen, damit nicht alle Unkenrufe von Cas und Death ad absurdum geführt werden. Ich bin gespannt, welche Auswirkungen das haben wird.


      What the hell?! I mean, normal people, they see a monster, and they run. But not us, no, no, no, we -- we search out things that want to kill us. Yeah? Huh?
      Or eat us! You know who does that? Crazy people! We...are insane!
    • ’m desperate for some Supernatural spoilers! Therefore if you ever want your Mr.T 8×10 autographed glossy back, you’ll tell me what I want to know!! What’s going on with the wall inside of Sam’s head? Is it coming down and will this result in Big Brother/Protective Dean coming out? – T.R., Boston
      If it comes back with even a scratch…Ahem. Well, since I’ve already told you a bit about Sam’s wall, I can say this: Anything that prompts “protective” Dean to come out will likely be, as executive producer Ben Edlund says, possibly worse than death in some ways. “We’ve flaunted death, [and] it takes one thing away from us dramatically speaking,” he says. “Yeah, there’ll be more death. I can’t really give a body count or a checklist or anything like that…but some of the things that are the most jarring and the most, let’s say potentially painful, don’t incorporate death. So, plot turns, I think, for us, and emotional switchbacks and things like that, are as impactful in the case of these episodes [coming up] as death might be on another show.”

      Source: EW/spoilerTV

      Aha, jetzt stirbt also keiner am Ende, auch interessant, hieß es da nicht was anderes? *kratz*
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    • Supernatural star Jared Padalecki added, "This is a cliffhanger unlike any other. We've had Sam die and Dean die and dad die, so we've had a lot of deaths. This one doesn't necessarily end with death, but with a whole new beginning."

      Padalecki also commented EW.com on his character's dilemma in the finale, "We’re saving the best for last — and the scariest for last. It does come down, and as Death warned, it’s a catastrophe. Sam has to battle something he’s never battled before, which is himself. Sam is going to have to ultimately confront what he did soul-less and did in hell. There’s a lot of Sam soul searching."

      Source: dailyblam.com
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