OK well to tell you the truth i didn't really get this episode so well......she didn't turn the night that she stayed awake so wouldn't logic say that if she slept in the day and was up all night in the lunar cycle that she wouldn't turn o.O at all thus problem fixed with out killing her? really i mean people could say *what about the risk* well she could have stayed traveling with Sam and Dean or she could have just had a friend around the night's she had to stay awake there where multiple way's to make sure she didn't sleep on them night's a few good cups of coffee for god sake's >.
Does anyone know if Ed Zeddmore and Harry Spangler, the very awesome and quirky Ghostfacers/Hell Hounds Lair geeks are going to be in season 5? I know Jo, Ellen, and Jessica will be, among other guest stars, but Ed and Harry were always my favorite, but I can't find out whether or not we'll see them again.
I always had this ringing question ever since the beginning of the 4th season, why is Dean's body the way it is? By that, first off I mean, why isn't he rotting? He was dead for 4 months and yet no deterioration, also how come Castiel's hand print is on his body when he pulled his soul out of hell? Finally, why did Bobby and Sam bury his body? I thought a hunters' death was "salt & burn". John Winchester, Issac(season 3 episode 1), probably many others were sent off that way.
Awhile back, Supernatural creator Eric Kripke revealed that he had a concrete 5-season plan for the run of the series. Kripke's contract with the series is also for 5 seasons. However, a 6th season is looking increasingly likely; both series stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles are contracted for that additional, 6th season. So my question is: Would you rather see the series run for the 5 seasons that its creator envisioned? Or...assuming the series stars are returning (though it's possible that creator Eric Kripke would not), are you game for a Season 6? Supernatural Season 5 Premieres on The CW Thursday, September 10th Also, check out CriticalMyth's review of the upcoming Supernatural Season 4 DVD Release.
Voting is now closed. Check out who won as SideReel's ultimate fav: Fav Detectives: SideReel's Fav TV Detectives Are... Our favorite USA Network detectives return this Friday, August 7th as Psych kicks off its 4th season, and Monk begins its 8th and final season! To get psyched up for these mysteriously funny season premieres, we asked you and your fellow Reelers to nominate your favorite TV detectives of classic and current TV shows. Below is the list of the Top 10 most nominated detectives. Check out who made the list, then vote for your #1 ultimate favorite TV detective! (Since some of these are paired,each pair counts for a singular fav.) Shawn & Gus - Psych Adrian Monk - Monk Veronica Mars - Veronica Mars Richard Castle - Castle Sam & Dean - Supernatural Bones & Booth - Bones Patrick Jane - The Mentalist Holmes & Watson - Sherlock Holmes Columbo - Columbo Robert Goren - Law & Order: Criminal Intent Voting will close Friday afternoon (8/7) and the favorite SideReel detective (or detective duo) will be announced!
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Does anyone have a copy of this episode? Specifically the June 18th airing with commercials unedited? If you do, could you please email firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks.
Who do you think would win in hand to hand combat or in indirect combat? If it's Dean, how do think he would do it either way?
okay, so i'm sitting in my room and i'm still flashed by the finales i've seen the last couple of days. to be clear: LOST, grey's anatomy, smallville, supernatural. but which one was the best? LOST rocked as always. the end was good and shocking and just LOST...if you know the series you know what i'm talking about. smallville was...weird. i guess that's the best term to describe it. after the episode ended i didn't really know if i liked the finale or not. it could definitely been better. so there's grey's and supernatural left and i have to say that grey's wins this one. even though i love supernatural, i think they could have made the episode a tinsy bit better. it was definitely surprising that lucifer really rises but like someone else said in a different thread: the part where sam hears dean but still gives in tO lillith's mocking was pretty weak. there were also hints that the angels weren't all up to good things...so the shock wasn't that big with the revelation in the end. eventually they couldn't prevent anything from happening and that's pretty sad. well i'm still glad that ruby bitch finally died. but grey's anatomy... i don't even know how to describe it. i watch a lot of shows and movies and it's sometime just annoying how predictable some storylines are, but this episode really surprised me and i can't wait to see how it goes on. if you haven't seen it yet i definitely recommend it. well well well, let's just hope that the thing with the bomb worked out, that clark will come to his senses, that we won't be missing anyone in the next season of grey's and that the winchesters kick lucifer's ass!!!
anyone know when it will come out? i have to say. in the last couple of weeks almost all the shows i watch has come to its season finale lost/heroes/smallville/one tree hill to name a few but this was by far the best one. i did semi expect what the angels were up to. zackariah seems fishy fromt he start so that kinda gave me a hint. though i did think god was in on it all but i guess god isnt. anyhoo. any clues on 5th season starting?