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Sandra, You’re the reason I signed on at Twitter! Well, you, Lonie Love, Jared Padalecki, Josh Wolfe, Chunk (Chelsea Handler’s dog) and Adam Levine. I am enjoying the return of Supernatural on the CW but I’m a little let down over the fact that the brothers are hiding things from each other again and the lack of PTSD regarding Sam. I love Sam — especially when he smiles. — but [what about] The Cage and the antics of soul-less Sam? Any spoilers regarding Sam’s trauma (cause I also love tortured Sam) and Winchester bromance? The best Dean is butt kicking-take-no-prisoners-protective-big brother Dean! — Parker
First, I always aim to be among the ranks that include Chelsea Handler’s dog. So thanks, Parker. Ha! On to your question, in tonight’s episode (co-starring Buffy vets Charisma Carpenter and James Marsters), Sam is actually as healthy as ever. In fact, he runs now! (If you haven’t checked out this amazing outtake Padalecki Tweeted, watch it immediately!) It’s actually Dean who is having a little trouble dealing in this episode, between his Cas-nightmares and unwillingness to open up to Sam. The result is a lot of boozin’ — and a lot of pissing Sam off. It all culminates with a scene that made me a little misty-eyed and that I think you’ll like, especially if you’ve been wanting them to lay things out on the table. Also, while you don’t see much of it in this episode, I think we’re far from done with dealing with Sam’s hell issues. Who’s your Twitter fave now? Take that, Chunk!
'Supernatural' EP Sera Gamble Talks Dean's Drinking Problem, Sam's Worst Nightmare & the Midseason Cliffhanger
We're only five weeks into Season 7 of 'Supernatural,' and already, we've seen (alleged) character deaths, lies, explosions, a broken leg and a couple of seriously creepy visitations from Lucifer -- and the show seems to have no intention of slowing down any time soon. Tonight's episode (9PM ET, The CW) even boasts 'Buffy' alums Charisma Carpenter and James Marsters as a quarreling couple at the center of a suburban bloodbath.
But with so many unexpected twists, questions are sure to follow. Yesterday, I caught up with executive producer Sera Gamble to get some insight into Dean's current mental state (and Sam's, for that matter), the Leviathans' nefarious scheme to draw the Winchesters into the open and a potential return for a fan-favorite character (but not the one you're thinking of).
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!
Supernatural | Should Sam and Dean get fitted for zoot suits? It appears that the CW series is booking a trip to the 1940s or thereabouts, seeing as a casting call has gone out for the role of – wait for it – Eliot Ness. Yes, as in the famous G-man who headed up The Untouchables. Specifically, the show wants an actor in his 40s who presents “an unyielding regality” and in a sharp suit is “the epitome of cool unflappability.” Oh, why am I still talking – y’all are busy imaging the Winchesters in zoot suits. Wakey-wakey!
Das ist also die Folge die in den 1940igern spielt, es gab da mal Gerüchte es sollte um WWII gehen, aber ein Abenteuer mit Mr. Ness wäre auch nicht schlecht. Bleibt die Frage wie Dean dort dann an seinen Hunters Helper kommt, während der Prohibition dürfte das nicht ganz so leicht sein. Ob die Folge wohl in s/w gedreht wird?
Die Jungs in den Kostümen.......
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