1. The Impala from Supernatural
2. Lord of the Rings
4. Hobbit Hole
6. The TARDIS
7. Dalek Cake Goodness
10. True Blood
OMG I’m in super fangirl mode right now 😀 😀
(Added to Misha returning to the show :B)
See, this is what SPN should be like. This episodes was billion times better than the season premiere. It brought back everything I’ve loved, funny chemistry between the brothers, a good MotW, a recurring implied plot (see below) AND DEAN! AMAGAD Dean’s back and when Dean’s back so is the kickass music. *cue Smoke on the water*
The shifter was a cool badass. I really enjoyed him going all Eddie Van Blundht on the ladies although he was far meaner and nastier than dear old Eddie (the h is silent)
The baby was an absolute cutie. It was fun to see a baby monster and imnply that Dean is paternal by default :3
Remember when I told you I thought something being amiss with grandpa Campbell? His phonecall in this episode confirms my suspicions. I think they’re either fixing a supe zoo or have something way more sinister in mind 😐
Anyway, in conclusion the 2nd episode was classes above the season’s premiere (as I annoyingly pointed out to the hubby several times while watching) I still keep my guard up for more fiascoes but let’s hope that the show will keep its spirit intact.
I’ve been waiting all summer to see the Supernatural season 6 premiere. Supernatural was a sign that good TV could still be found but I had to keep my guard up after Kripke said he was stepping down after the 5 season arc ended. So far I wish the show ended last year. It was a perfectly good show finale and it finished the story as it should. No cliches and overdone stuff (well apart from the impending, yet avoided, apocalypse). It should end just like Prison Break finished at 4 seasons despite its huge success.
Season 6 premiere was a huge disappointing WTF. It started good but in the middle it started losing me. The ending was kinda rushed and the way Sam was thrown into Dean’s life again was very poorly written and the total role reversal of the brothers.. ugh don’t even let me start on that. Other than that, why the fuck is Grandpa Cambell back but no Mary or John? In my opinion the Winchesters should hunt on their own. Adding so many new people to the Hunter crew feels like a violation, which might be fixed in the following episodes since they surely seemed they were up to something. What with bagging the Djins and all.
On the plus side, the acting was fantastic, well at least they tried to support it <_< I will keep watching in hope things will get better. Maybe Kripke will step back in to save his babies from this awful, miserable fate. Please don’t let Supernatural become another Heroes 😐
On Thursday, September 9, the network’s #1 show, THE VAMPIRE DIARIES (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) returns for a second season and leads into new action-drama series NIKITA (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET). NIKITA stars international action-film star and martial arts expert Maggie Q (“Mission Impossible III”) in the title role as a spy and assassin for a top secret U.S. government agency, who rebels against the system that created her and will stop at nothing to bring their powerful operation to an end.
On Friday, September 24, SMALLVILLE (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) kicks-off its tenth and final season with the non-stop action and classic DC Comics characters viewers love, followed by the sixth season of SUPERNATURAL (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET).
Last week we posted a story that Warner Home Video’s releases for Supernatural – The Complete 5th Season on DVD ($59.98 SRP) and Blu-ray Disc ($69.98 SRP) would be available starting September 7th. Today Warner confirmed that info with their official announcement of the title. It will be 6 discs on the DVD version, and 4 discs on the Blu-ray set, with Bonus Material that consists of a Gag Reel, an Unaired Scene from Episode 9 (“The Real Ghostbusters”), a Producer/Writer Commentary Track on Episode 4 (“The End”), the “Supernatural: Apocalypse Survival Guides – Bobby’s Exclusive Video Collection” and “Ghostfacers: The Web Series“. Video is widescreen, with high-def 1080p resolution on the BD version. Audio on both versions is English Dolby Surround 5.1, with an option on the DVD for Portuguese Stereo and an option on the Blu-ray for French Stereo. Subtitles are in Spanish, French, Portuguese, Chinese, and Thai on the DVD and are in Dutch, Spanish, French, and Portuguese on the Blu-ray. Running time is 924 minutes. Here’s the finalized package art for both versions, now in a nice 3D view: