Supernatural: More Scoop on the 100th Episode


March 25 marks the return of Supernatural but there's another important date fans should take note of on their calendars. According to Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello, the show's 100th episode, entitled "Point of No Return," will air on April 15 and will feature a lot of shocking twists.


SPOILER WARNING: Details about the milestone episode are revealed after the jump!'


As we reported previously, psychic Pamela Barnes (Traci Dinwiddie) will be resurfacing in the 16th episode called "Dark Side of the Moon." But she's not the only one returning on Supernatural this season. Though exec producer Sera Gamble won't say who else is coming back, she does hint that several characters whom we've never thought we'd see again will return.


We've barely scratched the surface, though. The 100th episode will not only serve as an important series landmark, but it will also serve as a defining moment for Dean (Jensen Ackles). "We definitely kept in mind that this was [an important] episode. We wanted to deliver something with real scope; it's about the Archangel Michael. Crises will come to a head for Dean and Castiel [Misha Collins]," exec producer Sera Gamble reveals.


But the most important and controversial scoop about the milestone episode is this: "A very important character will sacrifice themselves in a suicide mission," reveals Gamble, who is poised to take over Supernatural once Eric Kripke steps down as showrunner for season 6. Care to venture a guess?


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Feb 26, 2010 2:12AM EST

i bet its bobby......but y bobby i love hi hes so cool

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Feb 26, 2010 2:34AM EST

Its gotta be Bobby...there's no one else in their lives willing to sacrifice themselves. No one they can spare at least now that Jo and Ellen are dead. Plus, he hates his life anyway now that he cant walk.

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Feb 26, 2010 12:27PM EST

Could be Chuck, too. Or Cas. Or Sam. Or Dean. Again. I mean, look at those comments: it's a defining moment for Dean, Michael's involved, there's a major crisis for Dean and Cas (but NOT for Sam? why is Sam left out of that comment?), and somebody sacrifices himself in a suicide mission? Sounds to me like Sam for some reason says yes to Lucifer and is therefore (temporarily) off Team Free Will, and then Dean probably does something brave and self-destructive. As per usual.
The question is whether the person who sacrifices himself actually *dies* or if the sacrifice is of a different kind, like, say, handing his meat over to an archangel. Or a fallen angel. Whatever it is, if it's Sam or Dean, they'll probably come back from it, so I'd rather it be one of them, than Bobby. I frickin love Bobby.
Chuck or Cas, I could live without. Don't get me wrong, they're awesome characters, but I'd sell them for spare parts if it meant one more season of Bobby.

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Feb 28, 2010 4:12PM EST

Why is there a big break between the cupid episode and the next one??? I dont understand, there are supposed to be 22 episodes for season 5? Is it some sort of "break"?

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Mar 4, 2010 8:18PM EST

*crosses fingers* not Cas not Cas not Cas not Cas not Cas!
Though I think it will be.I love Bobby too, but I think it'd be so RIGHT for Bobby to sacrifice himself, now that he's crippled.If it IS Castiel, you gotta expect God to be involved somehow. Castiel still defines himself primarily as a child of God and any self-sacrifice will either be to serve God or because he's lost his faith and has nothing left to live for.
BUT HE'S FUCKING AMAZING. AND, AND, MISHA! MIIIISHA COLLINS! DSFHUEWFHA!
Okay. Guess I'll have to wait and see. *sigh*

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Mar 6, 2010 8:09AM EST

"I think it'd be so RIGHT for Bobby to sacrifice himself, now that he's crippled."

Yes, because crippled people don't have as much to live for as people who can skip about, so they might as well off themselves heroically.
There's a trope that badly needs to go away and never come back.

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