Speaking of Supernatural

Tonight is the season finale for season 6. For some reason they decided to air the last two episodes on the same evening. The first episode, airing at 8 p.m. (EST), is titled “Let it Bleed.” This episode is where Dean’s nightmare’s come true, his ex-flame/lover/wifeish being and unofficial step-son are once again involved in the supernatural scene. Dean’s attempts to leave them and not get them involved in his rather horrorish life style didn’t work. Poor Dean. Directed by Sera Gamble (Producer) this show is sure to set your teeth on edge, and if it involved Jensen Ackles breaking down, a tear or two.

The second episode to air, right after the first at 9 p.m. (EST), is titled “The Man Who Knew Too Much.” Robert Singer directs the episode written by creator Eric Kripke. Supposedly this episode is a show down between the different forces in fighting over heaven and purgatory as well as the show down or break down of Sam (Jared Padalecki)  versus his mind. Dean and Bobby (Jim Beaver) sit by helplessly (yah right) as The Wall keeping Sam’s sanity in check falls. Hopefully this means a fight scene between Cas (Misha Collins) and Crowley (Mark Sheppard). If this season finale goes like the other ones we will hear the song “Carry On My Wayward Son” and watch one of the Brothers die or come back from death or both or something entirely different and unexpected.

Photos from the set of Supernatural season finale here. They are slightly spoilery, so I’m not actually posting them. They are especially spoilery if you are not caught up with the story line. If you aren’t, stop what you are doing and get caught up. Tonight is sure to be a doozy and you don’t want to be behind.

Promo:

Supernatural Anime Soon

On July 26th, Supernatural anime hits the shelves. Apparently Jensen only voiced 2 of the episodes, but Jared went ahead and did all 22. Not sure why, and frankly I agree with Topless Robot that it is a little strange. Frankly, I’m not even sure what this promo is about. Other than it’s Sam and Dean and the song “Carry On My Wayward Son”, by Kansas. Still, I find it intriguing, which probably has more to do with the song evoking nostalgia than having to do with the animation and storyline (is there a story line?). Edit: The video is no longer available. [via Topless Robot

 

Frankly this fanmade trailer is just as exciting, and it uses “Carry On My Wayward Son;”  has Sam, Dean, and Bobby; as well as, the yellowed eyed demon and the boys’ father Jeffrey Dean Morgan (sigh).

Supernatural Recap

Many of my favorite shows have been on hiatus, a few started back up this week. In order to catch back up on subplots and what have you, I found this lovely Supernatural recap by Jared and Jensen.