Dean refuses Sam's efforts to help him battle the Devil, and then wakes up to find himself five years in the future, in a wasteland where Lucifer has begun his endgame by unleashing a virus that transforms humans into zombies. Watch & Discuss: Watch Supernatural: Season 5, Episode 4 - 'The End' Read Supernatural's Review: Season 5, Episode 4 - 'The End'
It's time for Sam and Dean to take on the world-famous icons. New on " Supernatural ", Sam and Dean decide to start hunting together again and their first case leads them to a small town whose inhabitants are being killed by famous dead icons like Abraham Lincoln and James Dean's car. However, after two teenage girls come forward and claim their friend was kidnapped by Paris Hilton, the Winchester brothers aren't sure what they are hunting anymore. The CW will air the episode "Fallen Idol" on Thursday, October 8 at 9/8c. Explaining what kind of demon that becomes a problem for the Winchester brothers this time, Producer Sera Gamble said that it can shift shape to others. Regarding Paris' cameo Gamble said, "We wrote the role just for her. ...The fact that she wanted to do the episode speaks volumes about her sense of humor. She's flat-out awesome for playing along. You'll see." The inclusion of celebrities in the show has been teased by Gamble and partner Eric Kripke during San Diego Comic Con this year with them confirming that God too will finally show up in this season. To Watch The Trailer Click Here . Source Here
Ever had a dream about zombies taking over the world? Well, I have (probably from watching way too many zombie flicks) and it scares the hell out of me every time. Unfortunately, this nightmare is the kind of reality that Dean has to face in tonight's Supernatural episode entitled "The End." Still burdened with guilt for breaking Lucifer's prison, Sam (Jared Padalecki) tells Dean (Jensen Ackles) he wants to rejoin him in the fight against the Apocalypse, but Dean tells Sam that they are better off apart. I can't help but feel sorry for Sam but at least, we get to see more Dean and Cas (Misha Collins) in action. In some bizarre twist, though, Dean wakes up five years later in the future in an abandoned city where humans who have been infected with a demonic virus have turned into zombies. Oh and we also see a bearded Cas patrolling the streets and then apparently getting stoned with the ladies. It's funny to see Dean taking charge while Cas hangs loose without a care in the world as zombies roam the earth. But that's exactly what will happen if Dean says no to helping the angels fight Lucifer, as explained by Zachariah (Kurt Fuller). After everything that's happened between Dean and Zachariah, I doubt that Dean will easily embrace his role to be become the vessel of the archangel Michael. But it looks like someone else might convince Dean and he's none other than his future self, who tells present Dean that the virus is the Devil's final attempt for destroying mankind. Zombies and two Dean Winchesters? Now that's something worth watching! Source Here
This Thursday's new episode of Supernatural , "The End," sees Dean traveling to a post-apocalyptic future overrun by zombies. We'll get to see two Deans, a stoned Cas and Sam dressed all in white (which is never a good sign). But how is the proud Winchester papa John connected to this episode? Well, technically it's not a John connection, but a Jeffrey Dean Morgan connection. Morgan starred in the blockbuster comic book movie Watchmen, which conveniently filmed in Vancouver, right next door to his old stomping ground and his TV sons on Supernatural. So this week's episode, set in a war-torn future, was actually filmed on the sets from Watchmen. So perhaps, if you turn the EMF dial on your TV real high, you'll be able to find a trace of John Winchester in this Thursday's episode. Yes, it's a very tangential connection, but it's definitely a cool bit of trivia, and one that gets me even more excited for this week's Supernatural, as if the thought of two Deans wasn't enough. Source Here
If you're like me, you're probably still laughing about the wacky hijinx Cas and Dean got into in last night's episode of Supernatural . The good news is that the fun is only just beginning. Check out this video clip from next week's episode of Supernatural featuring another classic conversation between these two. We already know the next episode, "The End," will have Dean jump to the future where zombies rule the world. But this clip takes place in the present when Cas calls Dean on a cell phone, and Dean correctly points out the hilarity of a messenger of God using a cell. But Cas responds with a line that could be as funny as any of his classic zingers from "Free to Be You and Me." Watch the clip, and consider this question: is Dean really talking about eating and sleeping? I think not. Source & Preview
Sam decides to stop hunting but has a hard time after he receives a surprise visit. Dean and Castiel try to find the Archangel Raphael in their bid to stop the Apocalypse. Watch & Discuss: Watch Supernatural: Season 5, Episode 3 - 'Free to Be You and Me' Read Supernatural's Review: Season 5, Episode 3 - 'Free to Be You and Me'
THEN: Lucifer rose, the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse rode into town, the Winchesters split up and Cas left to find God. NOW: Supernatural gets a little weird, with Dean and Cas teaming up on a wild and crazy adventure (including a trip to a whore house) while Sam spends some time in bed with his dead girlfriend (and another man). This episode of Supernatural starts off in the best way imaginable, with Sam in bed, shirtless. On behalf of women and gay men everywhere, thank you Supernatural. In his sleep, he's visited by Jessica, who is very coy about whether she's a dream or not. She tries to explain to Sam that he's not normal, that he's always had darkness inside of him, and that from the moment they met, she was fated to die. Wow, Jessica is a real bummer. Equally disappointing are Sam's sideburns. I asked our Supernatural Twitter fans if they were grossed out by his rather disturbing sideburns, and the consensus is that they are not a good look on him. This is strange because I would assume everything would be a good look on Jared Padalecki. But those sideburns need to go. After the bedtime conversation, we flash back to one week earlier, just after the Winchester brothers separated. We get a pretty great montage contrasting their lives. Sam washes tables in his new job as a bartender, Dean washes the Impala. Sam cuts lemons, Dean uses a knife of his own to kill a vampire after telling him to "Eat it, Twilight." That is the fourth best quote of the episode. We'll get to the other three. To simplify matters, I'll start with Dean's story. He gets visited by Cas, who needs some help. It turns out Cas' best bet for finding God is to trap and interrogate the archangel who killed him, Raphael. This revelation prompts the third best quote of the episode when Dean responds, "You were wasted by a Teenage Mutant Ninja Angel?" Dean agrees to help, but only if they can drive, because the last time Cas teleported him somewhere, he couldn't poop for a week. TMI, Deano. They drive up to Maine where Cas has a report that a local deputy saw Raphael's human vessel. Cas has a simple plan of attack: explain to the deputy that he saw an archangel and they would like to know where he is. Dean is smart enough to know that won't fly, so he gets Cas to use the best method humans have for getting information: lying. Posing as FBI agents, they learn that Raphael's meatsuit is now in a comatose state at the local hospital. After visiting the body, they realize Raphael doesn't live there anymore, so Cas runs off for supplies to put a plan into effect. The two get some down time, and after hearing Cas probably won't survive another encounter with Raphael, Dean wants to know what Cas would do with his last day on Earth. The sad truth he finds out is that Cas is an angel virgin, which sends Dean's motor into overdrive and elicits the second best quote of the episode, also from Dean. "There are two things I know for certain. One, Bert and Ernie are gay. Two, you are not gonna die a virgin." Miraculously, Dean manages to find what has to be the only whore house in Maine, and I shouldn't even need to explain how the rest of this plays out, because it's as funny as you can imagine. Cas has no idea how to talk to girls, and once Dean buys him a prostitute, Cas ruins the moment by talking about her daddy issues, forcing the two to make a quick exit. It's time for the magic spell to bring Raphael back to his vessel and trap him in a ring of holy Jerusalem oil. Finally, this explains that preview we saw where Cas and Dean light a match and throw it on a dude in a wheelchair. Nothing happens, so they go back to the house they're squatting in, and that's where they find Raphael, who isn't too happy to see them. But, of course, Cas and Dean knew this would happen, so they have another ring of Jerusalem oil and trap Raphael anyway. They want to know where God is, but the only response they get is that God is dead. That's disappointing. But if God's dead, who brought Cas back to life? Raphael suggests it was Lucifer, trying to get as many rebellious angels as possible in this fight. The scariest thing is that it makes sense. Raphael causes a huge storm and tries his hardest to scare Cass and Dean, but realizing they won't get any more out of him, they leave, but not before Cas delivers what is truly the best line of the night to the archangel who killed him. "Today, you're my bitch." I'm not afraid to say that in that moment, I realized that adding Misha Collins as Castiel is probably the best decision Eric Kripke has made for Supernatural. He adds such a strong and unique presence to the show, and I love every minute of it. On the car ride after their harrowing night, things get sentimental as Dean admits he's actually happy Sam is gone, because he doesn't need to worry about things anymore. When he says things like that, I get kind of mad at Dean. Of course life is easier without Sam, but do you know what's not easier? Stopping Lucifer. Family doesn't always make you happy, but you have to love them anyway. Speaking of Sam, this brings us to the second part of tonight's double feature. Sam, or Keith as he's now calling himself, is a bartender in Oklahoma, but a waitress named Lindsey is drawn to him and wants to know his life story. Now let's hold on for a moment. Jared Padalecki is dealing with characters named Dean, Jess and Lindsey? As in Dean and Jess, the two boys Rory had to choose from on Gilmore Girls, and Lindsey, the woman Jared's Dean married? Is this a huge Gilmore Girls shout-out, or am I reading too much into it? Anyway, Sam hears about some apocalyptic storms nearby and calls Bobby to send some Hunters to fix it. Clearly Bobby hates being in the middle of these two idjit brothers fighting, but he goes along with it and sends three random Hunters to help. They're curious why Sam isn't doing this himself, but they go and come back later, only one of them was killed by the demons. They also heard some crazy stories about Sam, all of which are true, so they want him to admit it and threaten to kill Lindsey if he doesn't. Wow, even the Hunters have gone wild. Sam admits that he started the apocalypse, so knowing the truth, the two remaining Hunters want Sam to drink some demon blood, hulk out and avenge their fellow Hunter's death. Sam is trying to quit, so he fights back and eventually beats the crap out of these two pathetic Hunters. That leaves him no choice but to leave, which brings us back to Sam in bed with Jessica, only this time he's wearing a shirt. Damn you, shirt! Sam is worried, and that isn't helped when Jessica morphs into... Lucifer! Yes, Sam and Lucifer get a face-to-face meeting in Sam's mind, and it turns out Lucifer has one more surprise for Sam. It turns out Nick, his current body, isn't the perfect human vessel for Lucifer. No, that honor belongs to Sam. Yes, Sam is Lucifer's meatsuit! Of course Sam says "Hell no" to that, vowing to kill himself before he consented. Lucifer promises to bring him back to life every time. He also says that he won't use trickery or deception, he'll be 100 percent honest, and that in the end, Sam will consent. I learned in The Usual Suspects that the Devil's greatest trick was making the world think he didn't exist. Actually, I think Lucifer's greatest trick is using calm, rational thought to convince people to do things. The scarier part is that I really think Lucifer can do it. Next week on Supernatural, it's the end of the world as Dean knows it when he witnesses a dystopian, post-apocalyptic future where Cas is a stoner and, I'm just guessing, Sam is Lucifer. Source: Bubby tv
Waking up five years in the future, Dean finds himself in an abandoned city and is attacked by humans who are infected with a demonic virus. Read more.
Check out some badass pictures of Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins on Supernatural Season 5 Episode 4 "The End" airing October 1 at 9pm on The CW . Episode Synopsis: Sam (Jared Padalecki) tells Dean (Jensen Ackles) he wants to rejoin Dean in the battle of the Apocalypse, but Dean tells Sam that they are better off apart. Later, Dean awakens five years in the future in an abandoned city and is attacked by humans who have been infected with a demonic virus that turns humans into Zombies. Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) appears to Dean and explains that this is the world that exists as a result of Dean saying no to helping the angels fight Lucifer. Dean meets up with Future Dean, who tells him that the virus is the Devil's endgame for destroying mankind. Misha Collins also stars. Steve Boyum directed the episode written by Ben Edlund. Source & More Pics
Supernatural and the entire television community suffered a great loss last year when director and producer Kim Manners passed away. His work on shows like Supernatural and The X-Files was fantastic and he certainly earned the respect of fans and his peers. However, some fans were shocked and disappointed during Sunday's Emmy Award telecast when, for some reason, Manners was left out of the "In Memoriam" segment honoring members of the television industry who passed away over the previous year. Sadly, it's not just the telecast, but Manners was also left out of the official complete list of people who passed away on the Emmy Awards website. That list includes many people whose contribution to television is far lower than that of Manners, such as a TV evangelist named Reverend Ike and infomercial spokesman Billy Mays. I've written to the Academy of Arts and Sciences for clarification on the selection process for who gets mentioned and who doesn't, but thus far have not heard back from them. However, I will add an update if/when I get a response. However, it seems strange to me that a four-time Emmy nominee would not be honored, but people who barely have any connection to TV like Paul Newman, Patrick Swayze and Michael Jackson get time during the telecast. I understand the desire to cater to the audience, and those names are more familiar than Kim Manners, but the Emmys should be about honoring the best in television, not in pop culture. Regardless of the reason for not including Kim Manners, the important thing is that the fans have not forgotten is great work, and that his memory lives on in our memories. Supernatural fans don't need five seconds at the Emmys to remember the impact Manners had, directing many amazing episodes including one of his last ones, the season 4 premiere "Lazarus Rising." So for Kim Manners, let's take an extra moment to remember the wonderful contributions he made to the world of television, even if the Emmys won't. Source Here