The CW released the Official Description of the Episode 7.12 â€œTime After Time After Timeâ€ to be aired on January 13th, 2012.
JASON DOHRING (â€œRINGER,â€ â€œVERONICA MARSâ€) AND NICHOLAS LEA (â€œTHE X-FILESâ€) GUEST STAR; DEAN GETS STUCK IN THE â€˜40S â€” Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) tangle with the God of Time (guest star Jason Dohring), who sends Dean back to 1944, where he is immediately arrested by none other than the one and only Eliot Ness (guest star Nicholas Lea). While trying to figure out how to retrieve his brother, Sam is surprised by the reappearance of an old friend.
Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Robbie Thompson.
â€œONCE UPON A TIMEâ€ ACTRESS MEGHAN ORY GUEST STARS â€” Still reeling after what happened to Bobby (Jim Beaver), Dean (Jensen Ackles) becomes dangerously obsessed over finding a way to take down Dick Roman (guest star James Patrick Stuart). Meanwhile, Sam (Jared Padalecki) decides to help a teenage girl (guest star Madison Mclaughlin) look for her father (guest star Ian Tracey), a hunter who has gone missing. Sam traces his last steps to a truck stop where the help (guest star Meghan Ory) turns out not to be so friendly. Jeannot Szwarc directed the episode written by Adam Glass
Â Â Â - E!Online released spoiler in response to a fan question.
â€œThe show is currently looking to cast the role of Nora, a well-meaning and hardworking Wiccan whoâ€™s a little bewildered by the darker side of evil. Bonus scoop: Theyâ€™re also casting a troubled postal worker who has something in common with Transfomers: Thereâ€™s more to him than meets the eye. Get it? OK, that wasnâ€™t our best, but you get the idea.
Jim Michaels just tweeted that they were prepping for episode 7.15. The title is "Repo Man," which had previously been reported. What wasn't reported though, it's a Ben Edlund script! Whoo hoo!
If anyone knows the film "Repo Man," its about a young punk that stumbles upon a radical group that have stolen alien bodies being hidden by the government. The bodies are carried cross country in the trunk of a 1964 Chevy Malibu. It's a way out there film, and it really does remind me of Ben Edlund's style. Who knows if this will follow such a plot, but it's an offbeat comedy film, so let's hope this is going to be one of those offbeat comedy Ben Edlund episodes. If Harry Dean Stanton ends up making a cameo (he did with Chuck) then it'll definitely be a shoutout to the original.
TV Guide has some spoilery info in this week's edition, as well as a brief interview with Bob Singer. Some of this is already known.
â€œSam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) are on the run, but is there any place left to hide? The brothers learn that the conspiracy of the Leviathans, the jaw-snapping monsters that Castiel (Misha Collins) accidentally unleashed, has infiltrated the highest ranks of corporate and political power. â€˜A new civilization is closing in on our guys, and theyâ€™re not quite equipped to deal with it,â€™ says exec producer Robert Singer. â€˜Itâ€™s not just two guys in an Impala doing good work unnoticed. They are on the radar of these Leviathans, and thatâ€™s a dangerous place for them to be.â€™ To make matters worse, Sam still must deal with the Devil in his head, and in time-traveling episodes the Winchesters will face real-life G-man Eliot Ness (X-Files alum Nicholas Lea) and the legendary female warriors the Amazons. And thereâ€™s some hope for fans of Castiel, who was seemingly killed off by the Leviathans: â€˜We hope Misha Collins will be back,â€™ Singer reveals. Sounds heavenly.â€