Supernatural's Regarding Dean episode is a play on the 1991 film Regarding Henry where the lead character Henry survives a shooting but ends up forgetting everything.
Nisreen Slim’s role in Supernatural’s “Regarding Dean,” may be a small one, but the scene definitely gave a good hint to the overall tone of the episode. Our normally (mostly) well-polished Dean
First Blood – the first Supernatural episode after “hellatus” – included Wally, a hunter who turns down Mick Davies’s offer of a “better world” with flair. Played by Donavon Stinson, Wally is definitely the man’s man
This week’s Supernatural made me emotional before we even knew what was happening, simply because I knew that this was it – the Dean loses his memory episode.
It’s been a while since I had the pleasure of chatting with Tahmoh Penikett, who memorably played Ezekiel/Gadreel on Supernatural a few seasons ago. Tahmoh just finished shooting on a new digital sci fi adventure series called Deep Six
Remember the pretty little girl in the Supernatural episode, "Lily Sunder Has Some Regrets?" The one that was apparently a nephilim, but actually wasn’t? May Sunder was played by Ava Sleeth
You can never have enough of angels in Supernatural, right? Many fans out there would like to put all the angels back in heaven, the demons back in hell and the boys and mom concentrating on the things that go bump
Adam Fergus, better known to Supernatural fans as the British Men of Letters’ Mick Davies, was on set and in his trailer when I caught up with him this past Friday. This interview includes Adam’s opinion on Mick’s control
On Thursday’s episode of Supernatural entitled “Lily Sunder Has Some Regrets,” we meet Benjamin – a very male angel in a female vessel. This “vessel” is played by Miranda Edwards, who is very adept at playing these
"Lily Sunder Has Some Regrets" is an odd title for a Supernatural episode. It sounds like something I might pick for a big bang fic that I can’t figure out how to title, because it’s unusual and might make people go, huh