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Not exactly Jensen related, but anyways:
Ruby has been a controversial character among Supernatural fans since her introduction in season 3 of the series, and that certainly didn’t change when actress Genevieve Cortese took over the role. Some people, including myself, have found Cortese’s acting skills to be a bit distracting, though most would agree that she’s improved in recent episodes. Performance aside, the fact remains that Ruby is a shady, possibly untrustworthy character. We don’t know if her true motivation is to help the boys or use them as her pawns, and until that becomes clear it may be impossible to warm up to Ruby.
In a recent interview with TV Guide, Cortese revealed her theory as to why Ruby is helping the Winchesters. Could she actually be in love with Sam?
I’ve made a quick gallery updated by adding HQ screen captures of 4×10 – Heaven and Hell. Enjoy.
P.S. We should run some sort of icon or banner challenge for the episodes like all these LiveJournals do each week… What do you think?
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If you told me a year ago that Supernatural would feature a battle between angels and demons that ended with one angel recapturing her grace, I would have thought you were speaking gibberish. The mythology of the series has taken an interesting twist in the past 10 episodes, with plenty of talk about Heaven, Hell, angels and even God Himself. Some fans aren’t particularly thrilled with all this Biblical mumbo jumbo, but I think it’s made Supernatural more epic than ever. My only concern is that creator Eric Kripke may not be able to top this in the show’s fifth and possibly final season. Once the boys outwit the armies of Heaven and Hell, what will they do for an encore?
Once it was revealed that Anna was a fallen angel, we learned all sorts of interesting things about the not-so-charmed lives of heavenly beings. The thing I found most interesting was Anna’s admission that only four angels have ever laid eyes upon God. Much like humans, the angels are expected to have faith that He exists. I think it was important for Supernatural to clarify this point, lest this entire storyline become too controversial. Now we know that the angels may not be following orders directly from the man Himself, which makes some of their actions more forgivable. It also opens up the option that God may not exist, which should please any atheists and agnostics in the audience.
I hate to deliver bad news to Supernatural fans, but tomorrow night’s episode, entitled “Heaven and Hell,” is the final installment of the series until January 15. Don’t worry, we’ll get through the long Winchester-free drought together, and I promise we can drown our sorrows with copious amounts of turkey and egg nog during the holiday season. Before we wave goodbye to the demon-hunting siblings, we can look forward to “Heaven and Hell,” which is bound to be full of twists and turns. It’s not often that creator Eric Kripke writes an episode, but when he does you can bet it’s going to be a nail-biter.
To get fans ready for tomorrow night’s Supernatural, we have some clips from the big episode.
This past weekend in Chicago, Creation Entertainment held the second annual Salute to Supernatural convention, allowing fans to see their favorite stars from the CW series. Aside from Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, the special event also featured actors Gabriel Tigerman (Andy from season 2′s “Simon Said”), Samantha Smith (Mary Winchester), Chad Lindberg (Ash), Charles M. Whitfield (Agent Henricksen) and Richard Speight, Jr. (Trickster).
The CW Source reported all the exciting details from the convention, which was attended by thousands of fans from all around the country. Read on to see what Jensen and Jared had to say about the future of Supernatural, and what life is like now that they live together.
As many of you may remember, BuddyTV had the opportunity to visit the set of Supernatural at the beginning of September. While in Vancouver, we watched the boys film several scenes from the episode “Yellow Fever,” where Dean tries to fight his fright sickness. At the time, we had no idea what was going on. We just watched in wonderment and awe as Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, joked and went through business as usual.
Now that the season is in full swing, it’s time to reflect on where we’ve come from. During our visit, we interviewed Jensen and Jared and asked them about their thoughts on the upcoming season. With everything so hush, hush, we didn’t get a lot out of them, but that doesn’t mean each interview wasn’t awesome in its own right.
Supernatural fans are used to dealing with stressful, mind-blowing cliffhangers, and they’ll soon have to handle another one. After this Thursday’s episode, ominously titled “Heaven and Hell,” Supernatural will disappear for several weeks before returning with new episodes January 15. The series will likely leave the Winchesters in some sort of terrible peril, meaning fans can look forward to a more torturous holiday season than usual.
Now that filming is about to begin on the second half of the season, interesting information is coming out about future episodes. The latest bit of news involves the casting of the teenage version of Dean Winchester. TVGuide.com is reporting that actor Brock Kelly will play teen Dean in an episode that flashes back to the brothers’ high school years.