Here you are, preview clips for "The End." I'm warning you right now, I instantly busted out in tears over Clip #3. Here's the official description courtesy of Warner Brothers:
Still estranged from Sam, Dean is visited by Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) who continues to pressure him to fulfill his destiny and become a vessel for the archangel Michael so that he can defeat Lucifer. When Dean resists, he is thrust five years into the future to see the consequences of his decision - and a ravaged, desolate post-apocalyptic world. Also stars Misha Collins as Castiel and also guest stars Rob Benedict as Chuck Shurley. "The End" was written by Ben Edlund and directed by Steve Boyum.
My review finally made its way to blogcritics today. I apologize, but it went a little later than usual because of other work I did for them on behalf of The Big Bang Theory. Better late than never! There are already a couple of good comments there that get you thinking.
Also, Bardicvoice's review is up at her livejournal.
Wondering where elle2's review is? Below is a message she sent for everyone:
Taking a breakâ€¦yâ€™allâ€¦Elle2
Updated 9/22 - Go down to Misha Collins. An old picture has been found!
I actually watched the very clever Emmy awards last night and got through all of it the first time in years. Neil Patrick Harris turned something unbearable into something watchable, and one of his bits gave me a huge fit of inspiration for an off the wall article for today. The writers for the show dug up the filmographies of all the presenters and brought out the most embarrassing or most obscure acting credit. They used it to introduce each presenter when their turn came. So, I did my own digging and found that this sort of fun can be done too with Jensen, Jared, Misha, and yes, even Jim. Let's pretend our four stars were presenting at last night's Emmys. How would you introduce them? This is the stab I took.
Better known for his recurring role of Malcom on the smash 1996 NBC comedy cult hit "Mr. Rhodes," a show inexplicably cancelled after 17 episodes, welcome Jensen Ackles!
I just wrote a preview article for The Big Bang Theory on Blogcritics because after meeting the producers and actors at Comic Con, a show that I casually watched has now turned into a show I must watch. In catching up I've become a really big fan. It premieres tomorrow and I'm pretty excited about it. Since Chuck hasn't made the fall schedule, I have an even longer painful wait for my other "must see" show.
Sure, it's known we're all Supernatural fanatics, but what other shows do you watch? Any of them on The CW? The only other show on The CW I'll watch is Smallville, and that's mainly because the kids love it. As for other shows on other networks, none thrill me at this time. I've written off Heroes for now and I'm not interested in the House version of "One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest." What shows are you looking forward to coming back? Any other shows coming back that are on your "must see" list? In a related question, is the very crowded Thursday night sending your DVR into digital fits? I'm really interested in seeing what other shows people watch.
Oh, and if anyone loves The Big Bang Theory, here's my preview article for Monday's episode. Beware, spoilers!
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