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The CW has released six promo photos for the upcoming episode, "Slice Girls" airing on February 3rd.  No worries if you're really spoiler phobic.  They don't give much away.

In regards to this episode, TV Line has a spoiler from Jared about a role reversal between Sam and Dean. 

“Sam finds himself in the same situation that Dean was in with Amy,” Jared Padalecki teased to TVLine. “So where it was Dean trying to do the right thing that a hunter would do, even though Sam insisted that he trusted this girl, now we find Sam in that situation, where Dean’s like, ‘Hey, I trust this person,’ and Sam’s going, ‘Well, you’re not in your right mind.’”

This was tweeted by Jim Michaels yesterday (@TheJimMichaels).  He shared the script cover page for Episode 7.17.  As you all know, this is the one from previous spoilers that marks Misha Collins' return and the one where Sam supposedly goes insane.  

Here's the picture he shared!!/TheJimMichaels/status/160464737803571201/photo/1

The location shoot watchdogs were out on Thursday around Vancouver and managed to catch some fun photos from Supernatural shooting at Fort Langley.  This is for episode 7.16.  It was a cold and snowy afternoon, and the little boy in Jensen was caught having fun with a snowball fight!  Very cute photos.  There's also information at the bottom of the article saying that the episode is taking place in some town near Portland, Oregon

Oh, boy, what are we in for.  Here's the official description from The CW for Episode 7.14.

7.14 - Plucky Pennywhistle's Magical Menagerie

CLOWNS, UNICORNS AND SHARKS, OH MY!— Sam (Jared Padalecki) is forced to confront a childhood fear when a case takes him and Dean (Jensen Ackles) to Kansas to investigate Plucky Pennywhistle’s Magical Menagerie, a local pizza chain that hosts children’s birthday parties. Sam and Dean discover that the victims’ children had recently been to the restaurant and drawn a picture of their worst fear, which then came to life to kill their parent. While Dean confronts the man behind the magic, Sam is left to deal with some very angry clowns.

Mike Rohl directed the episode written by Andrew Dabb & Daniel Loflin.

Carina MacKenzie has published her interview with Jared at last week's TCAs.  He reveals something big.  Sam is not only gonna go completely nuts, he's going to be checked into an Asylum!  It's all right here. 

tweeted some BTS photos from Supernatural filming in Vancouver today.  They were shooting at Richards Parkade in downtown Vancouver.




Since Jared was at the TCAs, he's been doing the press circuit today!  Here's his interview with Danielle Turchiano at the LA TV Insider Examiner.  He talks about some upcoming episodes.  Things are about to get really bad for Sam. 

DEAN'S ONE NIGHT STAND HAS SERIOUS COMPLICATIONS; "THE VAMPIRE DIARIES" SARA CANNING GUEST STARS --- Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate a case where the victims' hands and feet have been severed and each have been branded with a strange symbol. While Sam does some research at a local university, Dean heads to one of his favorite places to investigate - the town bar. Dean strikes up a conversation with a local named Lydia (guest star Sara Canning, "The Vampire Diaries"), and the two go back to her place. Sam discovers the symbol on the bodies is a sign of Amazon warriors. Jerry Wanek directed the episode written by Eugenie Ross-Leming & Brad Buckner (#713).

Bob Singer talks about Bobby and Castiel's return to Zap2it at the TCA event. 

Zap2it posted an article confirming that Bobby will be back in some form or another this season. 


"Jim will be back, in one form or another, this season," Singer says. "That's probably as much as I'm going to say. The killing of Bobby was part of an overall idea this year of isolating the boys. It started with losing Castiel, then we went into a real, constant bonding with Bobby. We really built their relationship with Bobby this season, and then we ripped that away from them. We put them in a place they've really never been before, where they have no life supports, no lifelines, and no backups. They're facing this huge monolithic evil, but they're reduced to two lonely cowboys."


They also reported more information on Castiel’s three-part arc.


“When they run across Castiel, it's a very different kind of Castiel. Dean has a bit of a moral dilemma in regard to Castiel in that first episode," he reveals. "Dean does some soul searching."


Singer promises a more satisfying conclusion this time. "It will feel like some sort of closure, yes," he says. "Not in the first episode back, of course, but by the third, absolutely."


Speaking of closure, Singer tells us that there is a cliffhanger ending planned for this season, whether or not The CW gives the show an early pickup for Season 8. "We like to be optimistic about the pickup," he says, "So we're going to write another cliffhanger ending, I think, and then just see what happens."


To read the entire article, click here.

The other clip is on the Huffington Post. It can be found here: