For anyone who loves learning the behind the scenes work that goes into Supernatural, this is a MUST READ. As luck would have it, Ardeospina works for a close captioning company that captions episodes for Supernatural.
Heâ€™s here all night, ladies and gentlemen.â€™
Jensen Ackles on Jared Padalecki, March 28th, 2010 L.A.
Sunday. Okay. The day most people were waiting for - well, guess why? The â€˜Winchestersâ€™ were going to be in the building. From the moment I stepped down into the vault (up in the â€˜normalâ€™ hotel premises you didnâ€™t notice anything about the con, except for some fans walking around in Supernatural-T-Shirts) I felt the vibrations had changed. There was another, more frenzied kind of excitement flooding the corridors, and the fans waiting for registration were nervous and loud.
After having slept about only three hours at the most (well, I had to remain sitting in the lobby chatting with the lovely ladies I had met on this weekend, hadnâ€™t I, and ask for that pain. Did I mention that sleep is highly overrated?) I found the room where the breakfast with Jensen and Jared was to be held. The first big thing of this day. I was ferociously hungry and was wondering if we were actually getting time to eat. As this was my first con experience, I had no idea how this was going to go down.
I found my table (the gold ticket holders were assigned to a certain table) and strategically chose a chair as nearest to the stage as possible, so I could just turn it around and watch the guys doing their thing (luckily I was early and had plenty of chairs to choose from). Another sweet gal generously explained to me how this would go, that we were safe to eat and â€˜the boysâ€™ would come in later (and in all likelihood late).
Yes, I'm incredibly fortunate again to get from Warner Brothers a critics episode preview. This time, I got to see the milestone 100th episode of Supernatural, "The Point of No Return" in its entirety. So what did I think?