Cammy sent me a message that ended up being the best treat possible for an avid Impala fan such as myself. I'll have her explain it in her own words:
We love Supernatural and modified our car to promote it. This car gets a lot of looks and makes good conversation. Some people already know it's like the one on the show and others we explain. We enter it into car shows with a poster of Supernatural by it and it gets many looks and has many fans. We recently went to the Supernatural convention in Los Angeles Mariott and almost got to show a picture of it to Jensen and Jared but just missed the opportunity by three people in front of us. We hope Supernatural runs for many more years.
She even attached pictures. As a classic car enthusiast, I'm in awe. What an awesome restoration job.
Thank you so much for sharing Cammy, and feel free to let us know about any future shows where this treasure can be seen. I'm sure there are tons of fans that would love to turn out and see your "baby".
I've been a subscriber to Entertainment Weekly for a number of years, and I'm very pleased to see that they finally have given some deserving space to Supernatural after years of only giving them little blurbs in upcoming previews. They're even mentioned on the cover, which is cool for those skimming at the newstand.
Still, I wasn't thrilled with the article. True, I appreciate any mainstream press for the show, and this was long overdue, but the writer Alynda Wheat went for sensationalism instead of capturing what makes this show great. The cover states, "Supernatural. It's Sexy! It's Scary! So Why Do the Stars Want out?" Huh?
The inside explains a little more. "So why do the stars and creator want to vanish after one more spooky season?" I still don't get it.
After turning to page 28, the pretty is there. There's a fantastic two page shot of Jensen at the wheel of the Impala, looking all sexy, while Jared can be seen leaning in through the passenger side window. Then there's two pages of story, but the main focus seems to be on how everyone's burned out and wants the show to end. Sure, season five is a given, but no one seems thrilled about it.
I hated the slant and the way quotes were used to serve the purpose of stirring up trouble. Of course Jared and Jensen are tired and Kripke doesn't want to go more than five years. That's been said by them several times in interviews. We also know from those interviews they love what they do and appreciate the fans. There's only a hint in one sentence that they love their work. "Ackles and Padalecki are also eager to move on, even as they affirm their love for the show."
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