Yep, we are seeing even more spoilers crop up just 1 day before the episode airs.The CW gave a private screening to a few reporters and while they canâ€™t reveal the "big" secret, they are letting out some more facts.Below are 5 reasons why Zap2it feels you shouldnâ€™t miss the episode.
1. When we find Sam again, he's been awake for four days straight and he's resorting to desperate measures. The kind of desperate measures you buy from a tweaker in an alley. Needless to say, the pills don't work -- as Lucifer says, all Sam's doing is "bringing free drugs to the party."
2. Crowley's "hands off the Winchesters" memo seems to have expired. Yes, the demons that have mostly stayed out of the boys' way this season are back, and they're pissed. It's been a while since the boys have been forced to whip out Ruby's knife, but Dean uses it a whole lot in this episode. By the time Meg (Rachel Miner) shows up, Dean needs a friend so badly he's... well, willing to call Meg a friend.
3. Sam makes a friend in the psych ward. His organs are beginning to fail from lack of sleep, but leave it to Sam Winchester to find himself a hunt anyway. Sam bonds with Meredith, another patient, over shared candy bars (at least, until he's no longer physically strong enough to open the wrappers) and he tries to cure her depression the Winchester way.
4. Castiel is married! He's going by the name Emanuel (he chose it from BouncingBabyNames.com, naturally -- it means "God is with us") and is hitched to a sweet lady named Daphne.
5. That helpful ghostly presence is still around. You know the random gust of wind that seems awfully familiar with Bobby's notes and books.
Ask Kristinâ€™s column has a small spoiler about episode 7.19 â€œOf Grave Importanceâ€ in response to a fan question.
PalestineUSA: Anything with Supernatural!
Oh, you thought that one guy, a serial killer, who was in love with the demon that possessed him was all kinds of creepy? How about a twentysomething woman who still thinks she's a tween because she's been possessed for over 10 years? Our only question: Is she obsessed with two hot boys on a cult-hit supernatural show? Stranger things have happened...
SpoilerTV posted a tidbit of information about episode 7.22Â "There Will Be Blood"
In the episode is a character named Emily, who is not as she appears.Â Her timidity seems to be the cover for somethingÂ more seriousÂ as she has been the prisoner of a very, very powerful monster for a long, long time.
Laura PrudomÂ of Huff Post TV has an absolutely wonderful article on interviews she did with Jensen, Jared and Sera Gamble.
They talk about this week's episode, upcoming episodes and some recurring and new characters.Â Sera Gamble also mentions that the arc beginning with this episode will take place between this week and episode 23.Â Here's hoping that means Cass stays around for a while.
Here's an interview Sandra Gonzalez of EW did with Supernatural Executive Producer Robert Singer. He really focuses on the remainder of the season after 7.17, including sharing some teasers about 7.18.