Rob Benedict

  • Supernatural Stars' New Series Kings of Con Finds A Home - Updated

    Richard Speight Jr. and Rob Benedict's series Kings of Con has a home on a new Streaming Video On Demand service.
  • Supernatural Bits & Pieces January 16, 2016

    Supernatural in the news this week.
  • See the Supernatural Tough Mudder Team In Action

    Jared, Jensen, Rob Benedict, Richard Speight Jr., Jason Manns and Osric Chau all took part in the Tough Mudder competition last year. Now we have the video!
  • Supernatural Bits & Pieces For December 19, 2015

    Supernatural in the news this week.
  • Supernatural Bits & Pieces November 14, 2015

    Supernatural around the Web this week.
  • Supernatural Bits & Pieces November 7, 2015

    Supernatural around the web.
  • Destination: Brigadoon – Memories from the Supernatural Chicago Convention 2015

    Do you know the story of “Brigadoon”? It is one of my favorite movies of all time.  It’s a love story that takes place in a mysterious Scottish village that only materializes one day every hundred years. It’s a magical place, sheltered from the realities of the outside world. The villagers are very close to each other, united by the secret that only they know. They are all under a spell, living in their perfect world that no one else can see, awakening for one day, then disappearing into the mist until it is time once again for their world to be reunited with their beloved Highlands. The story is set to music, with one of the most memorable songs being “It’s Almost Like Being In Love”.

    Entering the magical world of a Supernatural convention is a lot like the supernatural world of Brigadoon. 
  • Bardicvoice's Saturday Report: Salute to Supernatural Vancouver 2015

    Saturday at Vancon.  Just like any other con, this is the day where serious s*** happens.  Mark Sheppard is in the house as well as a number of other illustrious guests, and then it all closes with the always interesting grossly amusing Misha Collins.

  • Bardicvoice's Friday Report - Salute to Supernatural Vancouver 2015

    Another Vancon has arrived!  Bardicvoice is back for another year of fun and festivities.  Lucky for us, as she has done so well at prior conventions, she has the blow by blow details via her awesome tweets!  
  • Updates on Comedy Series from Rob Benedict and Richard Speight Jr. of Supernatural

    We have more information on Rob Benedict and Richard Speight Jr.'s project, The King of Cons!
  • Supernatural Bits and Pieces April 5, 2015

    This week's Supernatural around the Net.
  • Thoughts On "Swan Song"

    Thoughts on Swan Song
    Carry on my wayward son
    There'll be peace when you are done
    Lay your weary head to rest
    Don't you cry (don't you cry no more)
    Delighted applause was heard in my small corner of the world when then highly anticipated Kansas montage cued up. So many great moments to reflect back on over this season, and every one of them would have a special significance now, in the episode set to bookend a saga that began five years ago, on September 13th, 2005. A saga that has touched many people in many different ways and now has united us before our televisions across the world for this must-see chapter 1,704 days later. So let's get to it:
    "On April 21, 1967 the hundred millionth GM vehicle rolled off the line at the plant in Janesville. A blue two door Caprice. There was a big ceremony, speeches, the lieutenant governor even showed up. Three days later another car rolled off that same line. No one gave two craps about her. But they should have; a young marine bought her on impulse. That is, after a little advice from a friend. And that's where this story begins. And here is where it ends."
    Beginning with a beautiful tribute to a beloved character was fitting and ambient for a special episode such as this. The 1967 Chevy Impala is a character in the Supernatural family that, regardless of where you fall on the Supernatural fan spectrum, you love and can't imagine the show without. Thus, this was the perfect beginning to the end. Now, as we do with the Winchesters, we know the full origins of this much loved car. It was first owned by a man who, not unlike the current owners, travelled the country helping people in his own way (ironically "getting' people ready for judgement day"). The Impala through thick and thin has been home to these two boys as the narrator verbalized so eloquently. The reel of images of the young Winchester brothers imbuing the car with little pieces of themselves and their family conjured a soft smile and tears. How fitting that, after all this time, it's ultimately the Impala who saves the day. Every moment of the last five years touched this bookend in one way or another, uniting through the Impala - the one who has witnessed it all, standing steadfast and stalwart each and every time. 
  • Elle's Thoughts - "The Real Ghostbusters"

    Elle does apologize for the lateness, but still she has some great things to say about last week's episode, "The Real Ghostbusters."

    Also, I finally got my review to Blogcritics too.  This one is completely different.  It really ends up be a little analysis about the episode in relation to my visit to the Chicago Con this weekend.  I figured that all the cutesy lines and funny stuff can be covered by the recap (whenever that happens).

    So, let's take one more look for once tomorrow night comes, this episode will be clearly in our "rear view mirrors." 


    Thoughts on"The Real Ghostbusters"

    Okay, this is going to be short and sweet but I hope you won't hold it against me as I have a feeling this week will be larger-than-life. [Sadly, I will not be able to watch it live (*sniffle*) as I will actually be in class this week. Unless we get a freak snow storm. It could happen. Really.]
    So, since this was one of those episodes that people have mixed feelings on, I am going to only touch on what worked about this episode and leave out any of the holes. I'm going to do a bit of different format, but as I made my notes watching the episode, they are fairly organic reactions to the episode ups.
  • Elle's Review - "The End"

    Thanks so much elle for submitting another great review.  She's one up on me, since I've been going through family induced writer's block for three days.  Enjoy!


    Thoughts on the "The End"
    The Recap
    How nice was it to see John? I had to smile just at hearing his voice - glad to have him present in an episode, whatever the form. So far, we've had two episodes of four that have reached all the way back to season one for THEN - and as we've now had Meg, Jess and the Colt, it will be interesting to see how much more of the shows foundation bleeds through into this season and if other old friends (and foes) make a return appearance.