For a few years now I have followed your life, and every time I encountered a glimpse of how you live, how you love, why you painâ€¦ it moved me to the core and made me love you. No, donâ€™t be embarrassed. You donâ€™t seem to notice right away that ladies might be drawn to you, which is not the worst thing, actually.
Sure, ratings for â€œSupernaturalâ€ became irrelevant somewhere around the middle part of season four, but some dorks like me adore tracking them anyway. It kills a good afternoon at work. Relevant or not though, ratings are tracked, press releases are still done when theyâ€™re good, and even though theyâ€™re nothing more than a PR tool anymore, ratings bring attention to a show. Especially ones on a cut rate network.
Monday, Monday, it must be clip time... Okay, bad parody. Yes, new episode on Friday, new clips on Monday. This one is going to be interesting. They're taking on the Twilight culture. Here's a sample! As usual, videos courtesty of The CW.
a Here we go with the third episode of the season, fittingly titled "The Third Man," bringing us the return of Cass! Hooray! The director for this episode was Bob Singer, his first of the season, and the writer, of course, was Ben Edlund. It was a very Edlundian episode!
The hubby and I were all settled in, watching “Weekend at Bobby's” when about half way through my husband casually said something I haven't heard from him in a while. “I really like this”. I wholeheartedly agreed. It's not that my husband doesn't enjoy "Supernatural," he does, but this episode was so pleasantly different. That's what makes “Weekend at Bobby's” so extraordinary and so entertaining.