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Hollywood North On Location posted BTS set photos from Supernatural’s season finale. The photos include Rachel Miner and the impala.   Baby is being driven by a stunt driver.  Looks like the whole team is together for the ending! 






They're here!  It took them long enough to release these.  We have a set of promo photos for "Of Grave Importance."  They...well, unless you were dying to know that Sam and Dean's cuisine of the week is tacos, they don't tell you much.  There's no flipping Impala yet.  At least Bobby is in them!


Oh boy, a new clip!  New episodes must be coming soon.  I can't wait.

 YVRShoots released BTS photos from the finale of Jim Beaver looking at Dick Roman’s image on a bunch of TVs. The writer of the article also saw Misha Collins on set, even though he was not scheduled to film that night.

The article is below:

It seems Bobby Singer is still angry with Dick Roman, the Leviathon CEO, for shooting him dead. Supernatural filmed a season finale scene last night in Gastown of Jim Beaver as Bobby staring at a Dick Roman news item on an array of flat screen TVs for sale in the window of an electronics store set

Across Carrell Street outside the Blarney Stone, a dozen fans watched the filming, spinning theories about what we were seeing. We think it’s ghost Bobby not a come-back-to-life Bobby, but it’s only a guess. We’ll have to wait for the season finale to air to find out.

In between takes, some watched the Vancouver Canucks lose their first playoff game on the big screen inside the pub. I retreated to the back of the Coffee Bar at 12 Water Street to warm up, dry out, and use wifi. Out of the corner of my eye, I saw a handsome man in blue come out of the Boneta Restaurant to talk on his phone in the inner courtyard. It was Misha Collins, dining where Supernatural had set up a holding area for background performers in the late shoot, even though crew said he had no scenes that night.

Later he and his companion walked past the electronics store set to chat with crew and Jim Beaver. And as only I can do, I took a photo of Misha Collins where I’m the only who knows he’s in it (he’s one of the shadowy figures on the right).

While it was great to see Jim Beaver on set again, we were hoping for the return of something else too — the Impala. But there was no need for the Impala or one of the not-the-Impalas either since neither of the Winchester brothers were on set last night. Jared Padalecki’s Sam did film interior scenes in the afternoon in an office above the inner courtyard at 12 Water Street. I didn’t see him coming and going but others did, along with some extras in lab coats.

After dark, Supernatural set up to film a scene in the rain on the sidewalk outside the Rainier Hotel of a dark-haired woman in a pink nightdress stumbling along. She later has an apparent confrontation with Jim Beaver’s Bobby at the electronics store set. Another ghost?

The Bob’s Valley Hardware sign is a bit of set dressing added to the hotel.

And much much later last night, the black-haired woman in the pink nightdress and Bobby were expected to have an all-out fight in Blood Alley, dressed with prop neon signs like Neil’s Tavern, Pat’s Pub, The Liberty and a generic Hotel sign.

I didn’t stick around but hope that Bobby kicked some butt. Jim Beaver certainly did this season when he helped perpetuate the ruse that he wasn’t coming back to Supernatural, telling anyone who ran into him in Vancouver that he was in town to film a movie at Whistler. He even tweeted photos of snowscapes from our local ski resort. Well played Jim Beaver. Well played.





TV Guide released the first promo pictures from episode 7.20 "The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo” of Felicia Day wielding a sword.

We know she will play a computer-savvy lady named Charlie whom the Winchester brothers meet while investigating Dick Roman. Is it possible that the computer hacker may turn Leviathan slayer?

Seems she might be savvy in more than just computers!



The CW released the official description of episode 7.21 "Reading Is Fundamental” which airs on May 3rd.

CASTIEL AWAKENS FROM HIS COMATOSE STATE — Meg (guest star Rachel Miner) calls Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) and tells them Castiel (guest star Misha Collins) is awake and talking. Meanwhile, a teenager named Kevin (guest star Osric Chau) gets hit by a bolt of lightening and is turned into a reluctant prophet. Sam and Dean believe Kevin holds the key to defeating the Leviathans but must fight off two Archangels who want him for their own purposes.

The episode was written and directed by Ben Edlund.
  Kevan Kase (@HeadKase_1) tweeted a picture of himself and the boys with the caption, “Just wrapped up another great day on set roughing up the boys and having a few laughs.”


FELICIA DAY (“THE GUILD,” “EUREKA”) GUEST STARS — Dick Roman (James Patrick Stuart) acquires Frank’s hard drive that contains sensitive information about the Winchesters and gives it to an unsuspecting brilliant hacker named Charlie (guest star Day) telling her she has 48 hours to crack the firewall or she is fired. Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) are tipped off that Dick has the hard drive and race to get to Charlie before she breaks the code. Meanwhile, Bobby (Jim Beaver) tries to help the brothers, but his rage towards Dick for killing him starts to get in the way. John MacCarthy directed the episode written by Robbie Thompson (#720).

If you haven't seen 7.18, you have been warned.  Do not watch this.  

Episode synopsis for 7.19, “Of Grave Importance”

AN OLD HUNTER FRIEND RECONNECTS WITH SAM AND DEAN — Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) get a call from Annie Hawkins (guest star Jamie Luner), an old hunter friend, asking for help on a case. When they arrive in town, they find out Annie has disappeared. They trace her last whereabouts to an old abandoned house that is haunted by a powerful ghost. Tim Andrew directed the episode written by Brad Buckner & Eugenie Ross-Leming (#719).

Here's the Producer's preview from The CW for Friday night's episode, "Party On Garth."