Sam and Dean investigate reports of fairy tales come to life and find the young boy who is responsible, and has a power to create real creatures from fantasy. However, the brothers disagree when Castiel tells them to kill the boy because of the power he possesses. Watch & Discuss: Watch Supernatural: Season 5, Episode 6 - I Believe the Children Are Our Future' Read Supernatural's: Season 5, Episode 6 - I Believe the Children Are Our Future'
Skipping a week to come back and celebrate Halloween, " Supernatural " will take a piece of " The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button " in its October 29 episode. When Bobby sees a chance to get out of his wheelchair and be young again, he seizes the chance but fails. A witch is running a high-stakes poker game where the bet is life years versus money. Bobby puts on 25 years of his life but loses and begins to age rapidly. Dean steps in to save him but also ends up being a 70-year-old man. Thus, it is left to Sam to hold the bag for their survival. According to the casting report, the old Dean doesn't lose any of his verve or edge but his speed. Meanwhile, Patrick the poker player played by Hal Ozsan, is "extremely likeable and charming, with a devil-may-care attitude and a twinkle in his eye." He has a wicked sense of humor and an unnerving ability to read people. However, he also is capable of genuine empathy for certain players, and he's deeply committed to Lia, the love of his life. Source & Preview
Watch a sneak peek of SUPERNATURAL "I Believe The Children Are Our Future" Season 5 Episode 6 which airs on Thursday October 15 at 9 p.m. on The CW. Episode Synopsis: Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate a series of odd murders that strangely resemble fairytales and urban legends. The brothers track down an 11-year-old boy named Jesse (guest star Gattlin Griffith) and realize that whatever Jesse believes is coming true. Castiel (Misha Collins) tells Sam and Dean that Jesse is a serious threat and needs to be eliminated. Source & Preview
The CW has mashed up altogether the previews to the next three " Supernatural " episodes. The first one which is airing next week is called "I Believe the Children Are Our Future" and it will see Sam and Dean investigating a series of odd murders that strangely resemble fairy tales and urban legends. The brothers track down an 11-year-old boy named Jesse (guest star Gattlin Griffith) and realize that whatever Jesse believes is coming true. Castiel tells Sam and Dean that Jesse is a serious threat and needs to be eliminated. The episode after "Children" will be "The Curious Case of Dean Winchester". As similar as it sounds to "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button", the storyline itself involves Dean being 70-year-old. In the casting report, it is said that the aging version has not lost any of his verve or edge but his speed. This episode would be the one with the poker player who has a wicked sense of humor and has the ability to read people. "Curious" is airing October 29. The first episode in November meanwhile is called "Changing Channels". There is hardly any information about this episode since the network has not released its official synopsis. However, its scenes can be recognized through the preview as the ones where Sam and Dean appear in TV shows such as the Japanese game and the soap opera. Rumor has it, Trickster will be back after last seen in a 2008 episode. "Channels" is airing November 5. Source & Preview
Sam and Dean head to a small town where people are murdered by famous dead icons. However the brothers come to a dead end when two teenagers reveal they saw Paris Hilton kidnap their friend. Watch & Discuss: Watch Supernatural: Season 5, Episode 5 - 'Fallen Idol' Read Supernatural's Review: Season 5, Episode 5 - 'Fallen Idol'
This week is the true test for Supernatural : can the show survive a guest appearance by the one and only Paris Hilton? Given the fact that the show has featured slash fiction, a suicidal teddy bear and a third Winchester brother, I suspect Supernatural will be safe. The Paris episode of Supernatural, "Fallen Idol," airs Thursday at 9pm on The CW . But what can we expect from her role? More importantly, what do we want to see? There are a lot of possibilities for the Supernatural writers, but here are five things I hope we'll see in the episode. 1. "That's Hot" This is essentially Paris Hilton's catchphrase, so I definitely expect to hear these two words come from her mouth. Bonus points if Dean says it. 2. House of Wax Reference Paris co-starred with Supernatural's Jared Padalecki in the horror film House of Wax, so it would be only fitting if the show made an inside joke about their film. Bonus points if the show actually mentions that the movie starred a guy named Jared. Extra bonus points if anyone name drops Chad Michael Murray. 3. Sex Tape Reference Supernatural is no stranger to talking about Dean's love of strip clubs and pornography, so he had better make a joke about Paris Hilton's infamous sex tape. Bonus points if Paris herself makes the joke. 4. A BFF Reference Paris has three different versions of her My New BFF reality show across the globe, so I think it would be hilarious if Dean asks if he can be her BFF. Bonus points if Castiel asks. 5. A Gruesome Death Fans have been in an outrage over Paris Hilton infecting Supernatural from the moment it was announced, so it would be cathartic if the Paris demon is ganked in most horrifying, disturbing way possible. Bonus points if they combine this with the House of Wax reference and impale her head with a metal pole. So what are you hoping to see from Paris, and what can Supernatural do with her to make you love the episode? Source Here
* Supernatural (9/8c The CW ) Some folks think Paris Hilton is a demon. Well, they're right. At least for tonight. Hilton guest stars as a demonic creature who takes the form of... Paris Hilton. The mystery takes place in a small town where icons, like Abraham Lincoln, and infamous objects, such as James Dean's car, are killing people. Enter a bloodthirsty Paris Hilton, who takes part in killings and kidnappings. * The Office (9/8c NBC) Wedding bells ring for Jam (Jim and Pam) in what promises to be a special episode. The staffers travel to the lovebird capital, Niagara Falls, to celebrate the office couple's nuptials. But the big event does come with one caveat: No one must mention Pam's pregnancy. It'll likely be a steep cascade of comical complications when Michael, Dwight and Andy seek lusty liaisons with wedding guests, and it's double trouble when Michael and Dwight encounter twins. The supersize edition lasts for one hour. (That's what she said.) * Fringe (9/8c Fox) Although it's not exactly clear how quickly or effectively Sam Weiss' "Lebowski" techniques will work on Olivia's physical well-being, she did seem to make at least some progress last week when she left her cane behind to pull a gun on him. But what of her mental state? For good or ill, that's where Walter comes in, and tonight he cooks up a prescription to jog her memory of her bizarre meeting with William Bell (Leonard Nimoy) in an alternate universe. * Survivor: Samoa (8/7c CBS) Evil Russell didn't get his way last week when Ben got the boot. He wanted Ashley to leave first. But make no mistake, Russell is still firmly in charge at Foa Foa. And tonight he grows weary of his alliance partner Jaison, due to Jaison's constant complaining about the difficult conditions. If Foa Foa loses immunity for the fourth straight time, might Jaison be sent packing and not Ashley? * It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (10/9c FX ) Being linked romantically with Rush Limbaugh is one thing, but Frank Reynolds (Danny DeVito), Dee and Dennis' totally out-of-control father, too? That's the price Mary Lynn Rajskub has to pay for fame, even if this time it's only a character she's playing. By the way, she plays Frank's niece, so it's time for the gang to stage an intervention, and if you're thinking that this might be fanning the flames, you wouldn't be far off the mark. Saturday Night Live alum Nora Dunn plays Aunt Donna. Source Here
Check out a first look of Paris Hilton who is guest starring as herself on Supernatural Season 5 Episode 5 "Fallen Idol" which airs on Thursday October 8 at 9 p.m. on The CW . Episode Synopsis: Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) 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 (in a cameo role as herself), the brothers aren't sure what they are hunting anymore. Jim Conway directed the episode written by Julie Siege. Source & More Photos
The wait is almost over for Supernatural fans: next week, Paris Hilton finally arrives! That much buzzed about Paris episode of Supernatural, "Fallen Idol," airs Thursday at 9pm on The CW , and the studio has just released two video clips from the episode. The episode is billed as one of Supernatural's funnier ones in which demons take the form of famous celebrities like Abraham Lincoln, James Dean and, yes, Paris Hilton. While some fans may worry that Paris will spell the end of Supernatural, creator Eric Kripke urges them not to worry. And nor should they. Supernatural has featured suicidal teddy bears, a black and white monster movie episode, a faux pilot for a reality show about the Ghostfacers, and a girl who writes Wincest fan fiction, not to mention an episode literally titled "Jump the Shark." At this point, Supernatural is un-shark-jump-able. In the first clip, it's like the old days with Sam and Dean driving to investigate a suspicious death. As Sam points out, it seems strange to be doing these tiny cases when there's the issue of Lucifer, the apocalypse and the missing Colt. But as always, Dean makes sense. Source & Videos
It stands to reason that a Supernatural season built around a looming apocalypse would feature a guest turn by Paris Hilton. But series creator Eric Kripke says the casting stunt airing next Thursday doesn't herald the end of the world as we know it. I don't think we're gassing up the motorcycle to jump the shark yet, insists Kripke of the episode, which finds the hotel heiress playing a monster who takes the form of Paris Hilton. It's a fun, irreverent episode about modern celebrity. [Fans] should withhold judgment until they see it. Kripke insists the idea to cast Hilton originated in the Supernatural writers room and not in a CW executive suite. There was no pressure from the studio or network to do any stunt casting, he says. We had our wish list in the room of who would be the best spokesperson for a satirical monologue on modern celebrity and Paris Hilton was at the top of the list. We never expected in a million years that she would do it, but I spoke to her and she got the joke immediately and signed on quickly. I give her a lot of credit for being a hell of a good sport, he continues. The fact that she was game to play the part speaks volumes about her sense of humor. Source