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New 'Supernatural' photos: Sam and Dean say goodbye

Last week's shocking "Supernatural" mid-season finale saw Sam and Dean struggling to cope with reality after their friend and mentor, Bobby, was shot in the head by the head Leviathan -- the aptly named Dick. The CW released very few photos before the episode aired, but now that the cat is out of the bag, a few more official promo stills have hit the web. They include photos from the last moments Sam and Dean shared with Bobby before he affectionately murmured, "Idjits," and slipped back into his coma.Of course, the episode ended with a cliffhanger. A reaper presented Bobby with the option to remain on earth and potentially become an angry spirit, or to go with him into the uncertain afterlife. Still, fans hold out hope that Bobby will wake up from his coma. Check out the photos below. "Supernatural" returns on January 6, 2012, at 9 p.m. EST on The CW.... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/12/new-supernatural-photos-sam-and-dean-say-goodbye.html

Misha Collins returns to 'Supernatural' Season 7: But for how long?

Big news, "Supernatural" fans! You've been lamenting the loss of Castiel (Misha Collins) all season... but weep no more! Warner Bros. confirms to Zap2it that Collins is returning to the show for Episode 717.But that's not the best part! He's sticking around for at least two additional episodes after that. If you struggle with math (we feel your pain) that's a total of at least three episodes. The WB is keeping mum on the details of his return -- including whether he'll be actually playing Castiel -- but given the number of episodes he's featured in, we can certainly hope.Given the relentless trauma that Dean (Jensen Ackles) has endured this season, we've got our fingers crossed for Castiel's redemption arc. Dean seriously needs a hug at this point, no? We don't think the Winchesters can take much more heartbreak, so here's hoping Castiel swoops in with Bobby (Jim Beaver), a special Leviathan poison, that amulet... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/12/misha-collins-returns-to-supernatural-season-7-but-for-how-long.html

'Supernatural': Did Bobby actually die? Why we think it's time to say goodbye

The mid-season finale of "Supernatural" was a tearjerker like we've rarely seen on this show. Bobby (Jim Beaver), who was shot in the head in the previous episode, navigated the recesses of his memories as his body fought for survival. Meanwhile, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) floundered, fresh out of faith healers and voo-doo priests to call on for help.The episode ended (spoiler alert!) with Bobby's last memory fading out and a reaper offering him the choice between going with him and accepting whatever the afterlife offers, or sticking around on earth as a spirit, possibly becoming the type of ghost that Sam and Dean might eventually have to hunt.Talk about a rock and a hard place.The cliffhanger ending is par for the course for "Supernatural" mid-season finales; they tend to be harrowing and heartbreaking, though the stakes here are higher than they've ever been before. So the question is this: Is Bobby... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/12/supernatural-did-bobby-actually-die-why-we-think-its-time-to-say-goodbye.html

Supernatural 7.11 Promo: New Episodes Return January 6!

The midseason of Supernatural aired this week and it was a doozy.  After being shot by the leviathan boss in the previous episode, Bobby fell into a coma.  The Winchesters rushed him to the hospital and Bobby spent most of the episode trapped inside his own head.  First, he met a reaper and spent a lot of time running from it so that he didn't die, until he managed to trap it.  But as he ran, he relived important moments of his life.  He met up with Rufus, who acted as his guide through his subconscious.  Rufus told him about his own near-death experience when he had to confront his own worst memories in order to escape the coma. Bobby did confront his bad memories, but they were mingled with good memories that all revolved around Sam and Dean.  Bobby may not have wanted to become a father when he was married, but he later "adopted" Sam and Dean and raised them to be good men.  The episode ended with Bobby waking up for a moment to give Sam and Dean some information about the leviathans and then he crashed.  In the dream world, Bobby's fate was left hanging: will he remain as a shell in the last memory left in his mind or will he allow the reaper to take him on?  We'll have to wait until the new year to find out. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/joWO3ELcIHI/109745

SUPERNATURAL “Death’s Door” Season 6 Episode 10

SUPERNATURAL  "Death’s Door" Season 6 Episode 10 airs Friday December 2 at 9 pm on the CW. Episode Synopsis: As Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) race the clock on a high-stakes mission, Bobby (Jim Beaver) seeks the help of an unlikely old friend to solve one of the most personal cases of his life. Robert Singer directed the episode written by Sera Gamble. Read More... //www.daemonstv.com/2011/12/02/supernatural-deaths-door-season-6-episode-10/

SUPERNATURAL “Death’s Door” Season 6 Episode 10 Photos

SUPERNATURAL  "Death’s Door" Season 6  Episode 10 airs Friday December 2 at 9 pm on the CW. Episode Synopsis: As Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) race the clock on a high-stakes mission, Bobby (Jim Beaver) seeks the help of an unlikely old friend to solve one of the most personal cases of his life. Robert Singer directed the episode  written by Sera Gamble. Read More... //www.daemonstv.com/2011/11/29/supernatural-deaths-door-season-6-episode-10-photos/

Supernatural Episode Promo: At Death's Door

It's a race against the clock for Sam and Dean on next week's new episode of Supernatural , as these brothers face higher stakes than usual on "Death's Door." Meanwhile, look for Bobby to seek out the assistance of an unlikely former ally in order to solve an especially case. For more on the most recent installment of this CW hit, read through our staff Round Table . And to watch Supernatural online each week, go through TV Fanatic. Finally, get your first look at what's to come on the 12/2/11 episode below: //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/11/supernatural-episode-promo-at-deaths-door/

Supernatural Promo: Will Bobby Pull Through in Episode 7.10? (Midseason Finale)

This week's Supernatural featured Sam, Bobby and Dean heading to New Jersey to track down a creature in the woods.  Something was attacking and eating campers in the Pine Barrens.  The boys quickly dismissed bears as the cause and went hunting in the woods to figure out its true identity.  Unfortunately, their new friend, Ranger Rick, got eaten by the monster.  Bobby shot it and they soon realized that the creature was a heavily mutated man. Apparently the leviathans were creating special sandwich patties that made people "complacent".  Dean got "stoned" on the Biggerson's special leviathan sandwich, which ended up spitting up grey goo (gross!).  Unfortunately, some people reacted badly to the sandwiches and became carnivorous.  When head leviathan Dick Roman - who had encouraged this plan - found out that some of the test subjects ended up in the papers, he made the doctor leviathan who was doing the experiments eat himself.  Bobby got himself captured by the leviathans, but Sam and Dean managed to procure some of the borax cleaner and stormed the facility. In the end, the boys escaped, but Supernatural left us with a cliffhanger.  One that's been done before (earlier this season, in fact), but that's still effective enough to freak us out: Bobby had been shot.  Possibly in the head.  For more details on this week's episode, read our full review . Supernatural is on hiatus next week, but the midseason finale will air on December 2.  Here's the good news: Bobby is still breathing.  But here's the bad news: the episode is entitled "Death's Door" and our favorite old hunter might not make it. Watch a promo for the December 2 episode of Supernatural below.  In honor of tonight's episode, check out the Supernatural slide-show we posted earlier today about the show's most memorable monsters & creatures . //feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/LAmn0wiSGn4/106268

Jason Dohring on 'Supernatural': It's about time he play a God

After an run on CBS's gone-too-soon vampire series, "Moonlight," underrated actor Jason Dohring went under the radar for a while, so we're glad that he's back with a vengeance. The "Veronica Mars" bad boy has been our favorite part of Sarah Michelle Gellar's "Ringer" for the last few weeks, and now he's headed to another CW favorite, "Supernatural."As TVLine reports, Dohring will appear in a January 2012 episode of "Supernatural" as the God of Time, Chronos. He's often portrayed with a long, gray beard -- but we're guessing that if you were the boss of time, you'd turn the clock back on the aging process a bit, too.Chronos is responsible for the episode's time travel aspect -- in the episode, we'll go back in time to meet FBI agent Eliot Ness (Nicholas Lea), who wasn't just a Prohibition-enforcing fed, but, as it turns out, also a supernatural hunter.Expect to see Dohring and Lea in the... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/11/jason-dohring-on-supernatural-its-about-time-he-play-a-god.html