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Here's the promo for next week's episode.  James Marsters and Charisma Carpenter!  

 - New preview for 7.04 Defending your Life.

- The CW had released the official synopsis for 7.07, “The Mentalist”.

Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate the gruesome murders of resident mediums in Lily Dale, the most “psychic” town in America. They discover that an angry spirit is killing off the psychics one by one, but in a town full of people who claim to be summoning spirits, they have a little trouble identifying the medium controlling the ghost. Mike Rohl directed the episode written by Ben Acker and Ben Blacker.

 - Title change for 7.13 was posted by SFO.  It is will now be called “Knocked Up” and will air on 01/13/2012.

 - The title for 7.14 was released by SFO.  It will be called “Plucky Pennywhistle’s Magic Menagerie” and will air on 02/03/2012.

 - Jim Beaver tweeted on his acct yesterday that we have not seen the last of Bobby’s house.  SOOOO glad for that!

@jumblejim: “Sorry about spoiler, non-US fans. I forgot you're behind us. But don't worry. You've not seen the last of the old house. Heh-heh”

There's a one minute preview clip out for Friday's episode, "Defending Your Life."  Here's the catch, it's only on The CW's website right now and only people in the US can see it.  When a better link goes up, we'll let you know.  In the meantime US residents, go here to see the clip. 

And here's the You Tube link! Looks like Dean's having a downer moment again. Up/down/up/down, that boy needs to get his head together.

The new promo photos for next week's "Defending Your Life" are up in our Photo Gallery.

This looks vaguely familar.  

(This is Alice BTW sabotaging Sablegreen's page because I'm feeling cheeky). 

The CW released the official synopsis for episode 7.06 “Slash Fiction”, which will be aired on October 28th.

DOUBLE THE WINCHESTERS, DOUBLE THE FUN — Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) are once again on the FBI’s “Most Wanted” list when two Leviathans clone the brothers and go on a killing spree. The subject of a nationwide manhunt, Sam and Dean need to drop off the grid so Bobby (Jim Beaver) sends them to Frank Deveraux (guest star Kevin R. McNally), a quirky surveillance expert, for help. Meanwhile, Bobby continues to search for a way to kill the Levianthans, or at least slow them down, so the real Winchesters can stop their evil doppelgangers. John Showalter directed the episode written by Robbie Thompson.
Here's some videos from today's press tour on the Supernatural set.

This one is from Give Me My Remote (Marissa Roffman).  They answer the question about how Sam and Dean are going to deal with Sam's mental state.

Here's some video from Danielle Turchiano at the LA Examiner.

Here's Eric Goldman's report on IGN.  He gives an interview transcript, and the subject of the wedding episode comes up!  Of course, no one is talking about which Winchester it is getting married. 

Clarissa at TV Overmind was there too.  Here's her report:
CW released a new preview clip for this weeks episode.

Witches and  Warlocks and Winchesters...OH, MY!

"TV Guide" has released the first photo of 7.05 “Shut Up, Dr Phil.”


It's a reunion of Ex-Buffy costars James Marsters and Charisma Carpenter as they team up to wreak havoc on the Winchesters as a married couple with issues far more wicked than anything their former characters, Spike and Cordelia, ever encountered.

"Charisma plays a very powerful witch," says executive producer Sera Gamble. "In the episode, she starts throwing her power around because she and her husband are in the middle of a contentious divorce." Can’t wait to see Dean's reaction to more witches!  Them’s his favorite peoples! (Smile)  The episode is scheduled to air Oct 21st.
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 - EW
site has released a new article with more spoilers from Sera Gamble. The one this time states that in episode 8, one of the Winchesters is getting married…sort of.Executive producer Sera Gamble said, “It’s episode 8, which is filming now and called ‘Season 7, Time for a Wedding."

Gamble said. “Both of the boys are involved, and one of them is the groom. So, enjoy your comments section!”The episode, which Gamble said “has elements of meta,” will be one of the season’s “lighter, funnier episodes,” but will “not attempt to tread in ‘French Mistake’ territory.”

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 - And more good news.  CW just released a new clip for this week’s episode “The Girl Next Door.”

 - Just to wet your appetites more, here is a repost of the 7.03 promo clip that was released last July at Comic con.

 - TVLine has released an interview with Sera Gamble about Castiel last scene with some mild spoilers.  She also hits that some of the character angels from heaven’s civil war may return.

What exactly happened to Castiel in that water? Did his body just dissolve into nothingness?
All of those Leviathans inside of Cas were too much for the vessel, so they stewed him into the water. These are things we have to be somewhat cagey about, but it was too much certainly and it disintegrated under all of these monsters, if you will.

Is it safe to label him as dead? Or did you purposely leave it ambiguous?
Both things are true, actually. We purposely left it ambiguous. In the life of the show, [Sam and Dean] just suffered the death of one of their best friends, something that they are dealing with in a serious and substantial way.

Is there a chance that Misha could come back not as Cas, but in some other incarnation?
Oh definitely. It has always been our intention to bring back Misha in some form. When we called Misha to let him know that we had this plan for the character, we talked about this on a longer schedule than in these first two episodes. We certainly can’t say too much about where the story is going to go, but we love Misha and want to continue to work with him.

TVLINE | What does Cas’ disappearance mean for Crowley and their deal?
Crowley is a little bit relieved. [Laughs] But just because that player is off the board doesn’t mean that there’s not a board for Crowley to be looking at. He is constantly strategizing and when we see him next, he’s just jumping back into the game and figuring out who he can align himself with and what the best move will be for him.

TVLINE | Does the world of angels still factor into the season, or is that chapter closed?
The epic War in Heaven storyline has pretty much come to an end — at least for now — but individual stories that include angels that are more character-based or more about the impact that the previous wars have had, we have plans for those.

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