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Superstore goes global, Supernatural goes to other side, Chicago Fire goes to a funeral
May 3rd, 2018 under Dick Wolf, NBC, Supernatural. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 8p on NBC, it is time for the Superstore season finale. Now that our Cloud 9 has been chosen to host the town hall for all the other stores and everyone has to get ready for it.

When they find out that Myrtle (Linda Porter) has been fired, everyone wants to know why. When they find out the unjustly cause why, they decide to confront the CEO during the town hall that is going to be broadcast all over the World. Before they do it, they have to make a plan and then they have to hope it goes off as planned. Which you know how what is going to happen. It doesn’t.

If that is not enough, Amy (America Ferrera) is dealing with just finding out she is pregnant. Jonah (Ben Feldman) is dealing with his feelings for her after breaking up with Kelly (Kelly Stables), who threw him out of her apartment. Can you blame her?

We do not get a baby in the episode, but we do get a very satisfying ending.

Then at 9p but over on The CW, it is time for Supernatural to break on through to the other side. Just likes The Doors, they need a door to get there.

Sam (Jared Padalecki), Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Cass (Misha Collins) are all hoping that Gabriel (Richard Speight Jr.) will have enough grace to open the door between the two worlds, but he does not. There is only one person or being that can do that and it is Lucifer.

Now they have to figure out a way to trap the Devil and bring him back to them. Not only that, they need to steal his grace so that they can keep the door open the whole time they are there. Rowena (Ruth Connell) comes up with that way, and now they are going to make it happen.

Once they have him and his grace, it is time for them to cross over so that they can bring back Mary (Samantha Smith) and Jack (Alexander Calvert). It will not be as easy as they thought and not everyone will make it.

It almost feels like this could be the season finale episode because so much happens, but that is still two long weeks away.

Finally, at 10 and back over on NBC, there will be a death on Chicago Fire. And that is just one of the big developments on this episode.

When they respond to a private ambulance accident, they find out that the fire commissioner is leaving to go to FEMA. Casey (Jesse Spence) and Severide (Taylor Kinney) think that Bowden would be the perfect candidate for the job. Therefore, they go around behind his back to get him the job. How will he react when he finds out what they are doing?

Better yet, how will Severide and Stella (Miranda Rae Mayo) react to Renee (Sarah Shahi) being back in town? What does she want?

Finally, they go to fight a fire at an auto shop and not everyone will make it alive. How will it affect everyone at 51? Let’s just say one person will be forever changed because of it.

A lot happens tonight, so you do not want to miss a single second.


Doesn’t it sound like Jensen Ackles is taking a big 💩?
April 12th, 2018 under Supernatural. [ Comments: none ]

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Jensen Ackles had to do some ADR for a Supernatural fight scene, but I think it sounds more like it is his butt who is the one doing the fighting instead of his whole body. As in, he is taking one of those 💩s that makes you grunt. You know the ones I am talking about, the ones that make you pray to the porcelain Gd while you are sitting on it as compared to looking into it. What do you think?


What the Supernatural Chevy Impala smell like?
April 9th, 2018 under Supernatural. [ Comments: none ]

Have you ever wondered what the car from Supernatural smells like inside? Well Stephen Amell took the arrow and revealed the aroma inside the Chevy Impala. The Green Arrow said, “This car smells like 13 seasons worth of farts.” And here I thought it would smell like pine because of one of those hanging air fresheners.

Don’t believe the star of the show that follows Supernatural, then will you believe the guy who follows the Winchester brothers? Misha Collins responded to Amell’s revelation with, “You think it’s bad behind the wheel? It’s even more pungent in the back seat! (I get hazardous-duty pay on ‘burrito day’ & have filed worker’s comp 4 times in 9 years!) @jarpad #AbusiveWorkEnvironment.”

There you have it, not only do Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles smell sulfur when they see something demonic, they also create that smell while they are sitting in their car. According to the show’s angel, it smells demonic.


The Scoobynatural animators did a spot on job!
March 30th, 2018 under Supernatural. [ Comments: none ]

Yesterday on Supernatural, The Winchester brothers and Castiel was transported into the world of Scooby Doo and that means they were part of the cartoon. How good of a job did the animators do? See for yourself as Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins pose in the same pose as their animated selves.

I do not know about you, but I cannot tell them apart. Can you? And how much did you love that far out episode? It was like totally groovy man! Maybe they can do another one or two or more?


Scoobynatural is like totally groovy!
March 29th, 2018 under Supernatural. [ Comments: none ]

For about a year now, Supernatural has been teasing a crossover episode with Scooby Doo and tonight at 8p it is totally going to happen on The CW. If you went Ruh-Roh when you heard they were doing it, your gut was wrong. This episode is so swell, I would be totally surprised if The CW does not think about bringing back the cartoon. So how do the Winchester brothers get in to the cartoon?

The episode starts off with Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) battling a life-sized stuffed dinosaur in a pawn shop. Once they finally vanquish the spirit, the owner lets them pick out whatever they want as payment. Dean goes for the largest flat screen TV for them to enjoy.

Once Dean hits the power button on the TV, he and Sam have a Stay Tuned moment as in they are drawn into the television. Once they are on the other side of the screen with The Impala, they realize they are in a cartoon. A quick trip into town tells them which cartoon it is when they see the Mystery Machine parked outside of a dinner.

Dean is such a huge fan, he insists they go into the diner to meet Fred, Velma, Scooby, Shaggy and most importantly to him, Daphne. Will the Scooby gang welcome them with open arms? You gosh darn better believe they do. That is when the original mystery solvers, tell the current ones that they were left a mansion and they are going to check it out.

What happens when they get there? What else, people start dying. Like for real dying and now the seven of them are going to try to figure out who did it. Our boys think it is a real ghost, but as Daphne reminds us there are no such things as ghosts. Which side is right?

The Scooby Scooby Doo song will tell us. It would not be a Scooby Doo episode without that tune as they case the joint and run from the ghostly image.

Scoobynatural is the perfect mix of nostalgia and modernization. The Supernatural producers paid the perfect homage to Scooby Doo while still keeping the Supernatural feel to it. So much so, if I were The CW, I would give them a weekly Saturday morning cartoon because they mesh well together. I mean after all, they both investigate the wacky supernatural.

Whoever came up with this idea, you deserve a whole box of Scooby Snacks because this was a total blast. Whether you are a fan of Supernatural or not, you are going to love this episode. If you are a fan, you are going to think it is really neato.

The best part of it, and there are many, are Dean’s jokes. You can totally tell that Ackles was having the time of his life. This is what he was born to do. Don’t believe me, then watch!


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