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Archive for April 2011

Episode 21 “Let It Bleed” Synopsis: (5/20/11 Air Date)
DEAN’S WORST NIGHTMARE COMES TRUE – A demon kidnaps Ben (guest star Nicholas Elia) and Lisa (guest star Cindy Sampson) to get to Dean (Jensen Ackles). Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean are forced to join with an unlikely ally to free them. Sera Gamble directed the episode written by John Showalter.

Episode 22 “The Man Who Would Be King” Synopsis: (5/20/11 Air Date) EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ERIC KRIPKE PENS THE SEASON FINALE – The wall comes down in Sam’s (Jared Padalecki) head, and all hell breaks loose. Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Bobby (Jim Beaver) are, for once, at a total loss on how to help him and are forced to stand by and do nothing while Sam breaks. The battle for heaven comes to a head. Robert Singer directed the episode written by Eric Kripke.


Date: April 30th | Category: Articles, Supernatural
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It’s nearing the end of Supernatural season 6, and this year will be ending on a cliffhanger. It’s a good thing that fans already know there will be a season 7. The final two episodes will be airing on the same night (May 20), and that’s no surprise since the previous week is the two-hour Smallville series finale. However, these two episodes each stand alone.

Season 6 episode 21 ‘Let It Bleed’

“Dean’s worst nightmare comes true–A demon kidnaps Ben and Lisa to get to Dean. Sam and Dean are forced to join with an unlikely ally to free them.”

Season 6 began with Dean living the “apple pie life” with Lisa and Ben while thinking his brother was still in the cage. Once Sam (granted, he was soulless at the time) returned to Dean’s life, he eventually left the Braedens behind and rejoined the hunt. He started off staying in touch with them, but after he was turned into a vampire, he wound up pushing Ben, and after Lisa told him some things while he was affected by Veritas, he cut ties with them. He returned to their lives when Ben called with a fake emergency, which turned out to be Lisa going on a date, but Dean did leave them behind to continue hunting with his brother. There was even a montage that led some to think that was the last that they’d be seeing of Lisa and Ben, until it was revealed that the first of the two episodes airing May 20 would be Dean centric and involve them.

It’s no surprise that they’re returning in this way to wrap up that story line. This season is a dark one, and it’s supposed to end just as dark and with some deaths. Could Lisa and Ben be the ones dying? Though they’re not mentioned in the press release for the season finale, they could simply just disappear again like they have since “Mannequin 3: The Reckoning.” Either way, it doesn’t look like there’s the slightest chance for a happy ending there. Who do you think is the “unlikely ally” that the Winchesters will be working with to save them? Could Crowley, even though he was presumed dead after “Caged Heat,” be making a return? Could Balthazar be the one helping them?

Supernatural season finale “The Man Who Knew Too Much”

“The wall comes down in Sam’s head and all hell breaks loose. Dean and Bobby are, for once, at a total loss on how to help him and are forced to stand by and do nothing while Sam breaks. The battle for heaven comes to a head.”

With the title this episode has and the news that the season finale would be Sam-centric, it’s no surprise that it’s about Sam’s wall breaking. It has been known that this was going to happen for some time now (fans expected it ever since the wall was put up since Death said it wouldn’t last). Eric Kripke wrote this episode, and it’s going to end on a cliffhanger, but you have to wonder just what that cliffhanger will be.

This sounds more like Dean’s worst nightmare than “Let It Bleed.” He has been worried since Sam got his soul back about the wall breaking and how it would affect his brother. Because of that, he has refused to let him do any more digging into the year he was soulless ever since he collapsed at the end of “Unforgiven.” Will Dean be able to come up with a way to save his brother from all those memories of his time in the cage?

Interestingly enough, the battle with Eve is not mentioned in either press release; could it be tied with the battle for heaven? Could purgatory have a role to play in the battle Castiel is currently involved in? And what do you think is his “dirty little secret”?

Date: April 30th | Category: Articles, Previews, Supernatural
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Hitflix caught up with the Welsh actor on Thursday morning to talk about his love for vampires, his hopes that his character doesn’t become brooding and sympathetic and which Salvatore brother Klaus is going to take an interest in.

HitFix: I imagine that as a young actor in this day and age, you probably spend a surprising amount of time auditioning to play vampires.

Joseph Morgan: [Laughs.] Well, you mean that in the last year, there’s been a few vampire things about, haven’t there? More than a few. Let’s just say this was not the first vampire I’ve auditioned for. But I’m so interested and such a fan of the genre anyway that I’ve thought about how I would play a vampire for a lot longer than I’ve been auditioning for them.

HitFix: So for you, what’s the difference in going out for a vampire audition versus any old audition?

JM: There isn’t really a difference. You might be disappointed to know that we don’t turn up with fangs for these auditions. You do get a lot of guys standing around in long coats and black shirts, you know? Ultimately, and this is something they promoted to me on the show as well, it’s really about playing the human aspect. When you start to try and play something too vampiric or too generically evil or too intense, I think it really doesn’t come across as well. It’s about rooting it in the real world, even though you’re playing a heightened reality. It’s about making this character as real as possible.

HitFix: Speaking of this particular character, we’ve had a long wave of sympathetic, brooding, romantic vampires. Vampires never seem to evil anymore. Is Klaus eventually going to become sympathetic…

JM: [Interjects] Oh, I hope not!

HitFix: [Continuing] Or is he just going to be a bad guy?

JM: [Continues…] I hope not. I can tell you this: Not in this season. Look, let’s see if he survives until Season Three, then maybe they’ll make him more of a hopeless romantic, but at that point I hope I’ll be able to sit down with the producers and go, “Listen guys. Please. Not me as well.” You know? I’m just having fun right now with the playful, evil nature of this guy. Something I’ve said from the beginning is that he’s sociopathic. He’s the kinda guy you just wouldn’t want to be in a room with, because you never know what he’s going to do. He’d kiss you or kill you and it all means the same to him. It’s not not that he revels in being “evil,” so to speak. He just doesn’t see the difference between “good” and “bad.” It’s just what Klaus wants. It doesn’t matter if it’s evil or good, it’s what Klaus wants.

HitFix: They definitely enjoy playing dress-up on “Vampire Diaries.” I assume you’d get to see many different eras.

JM: Look, I’m hoping that we’ll go back, eventually, and see a thousand years ago. I think I’m right in saying that’s when the curse was set, when there was the original Petrova, not Katherine, who was a doppelganger, or Elena, obviously, but the original and how she was the binding of the curse. I guess we’ll be in togas and sandals and stuff. I thought that would be kind of interesting.

HitFix: Just as a last question: Gimme a little tease on what we can expect from Klaus this week and in the weeks to come…

JM: OK. People are going to die. People we love will die. And let me tell you this, which I don’t think I’ve said before: Klaus is going to take a special interest in Stefan Salvatore. That’s something that’s definitely going to happen. I’m not talking about a romantic interest, mind you, although it has been hinted that there will be a gay character at some point in Mystic Falls and I think there should be. But that’s not the kind of interest I’m talking about here. But there’s going to definitely be something… happening… between these two characters.

Be sure to head on over to Hitflix and find out what Joseph has to say on how he approached his near agelessness and also his apparent werewolf lineage?

Date: April 30th | Category: Cast, Interviews, Vampire Diaries
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Obviously, SPOILERS AHEAD, so if you haven’t yet watched ‘The Last Day,’ keep reading at your own risk. While I won’t spoil anything coming up, there’s plenty of dirt about what happened tonight, including Damon’s need for forgiveness, Elena’s very un-‘Twilight’-like speech and how Aunt Jenna got thrown into the middle of everything. So yeah, spoilers.

Plec also gives some good scoop on next week’s “big, powerful, enormous, emotional” episode and the season finale. Keep reading for more …

When’s the Sacrifice?
This week’s episode covered the preparation for the sacrifice ritual. So what will we see next week? “The next episode takes place over the rest of the night,” Plec said. “And it is Klaus’ attempt at executing the sacrifice ritual to break the curse, and the part that Jenna is meant to play in that and what everybody else has to do to try to keep her from being the vampire that Klaus sacrifices.”

This Ain’t No ‘Twilight’
“I love [the waterfall scene] between Stefan and Elena because when we started the show, the similarities to ‘Twilight’ were so extreme and this was our way of sort of closing the book on that chapter of similarities. For Elena to say, ‘I’ve never even wanted this for a minute because I’m still a kid, and I still have choices to make in my life, choices that I wanted to make’ … I love that about Elena. I just think that that’s so beautiful, and was happy to let her have this introspection when the choice has already been made for her.”

A Bloody Mess
Yeah, about that … can you believe Damon forced Elena to drink his blood? Just when you thought he couldn’t get more selfish … but where does that leave the Damon-Elena relationship? And how will it change Damon? Will any of it even matter if Damon dies from that werewolf bite?

“Stefan sees that, in love, you have to take the other person’s wishes into consideration, and Damon, because he’s been so screwed in the head by love and it’s his achilles heel … this episode was about him kind of learning that lesson,” Plec said. “He needs to seek her forgiveness for what he did, and he does try … and he desperately wants it. And he’s now got the extra reason with the werewolf bite — like I can’t die with you hating me. That’s his point, but how does that play out? That’s really what the finale’s all about.”

The Finale
Plec gave a little more insight into the finale, and why they’re not ending on the sacrifice ritual we’ve been leading up to all season long. “The finale is basically the end of the road of Damon’s journey for the year — his character journey — and we could’ve ended with the sacrifice ritual and just gone out. It’s really big, powerful … it’s enormous and emotional. That could have been it. But for us, we started the season and Stefan said to Damon, ‘For the first time, I see you starting to feel something, starting to care. Do not let this ruin you. Do not let Katherine ruin you. Do not let anything come between us [or] take a step backwards.’ And here we are — we’ve come full circle, and now he’s at the end of his life, so he believes, and he needs to come to terms with all the decisions he’s made in the year … and since Katherine seduced him 145 years ago.

“Stefan’s whole cross to bear is like, wait a second … my brother’s finally showing his humanity, the humanity I took away from him 145 years ago. I can’t let him die now! But there’s no cure. So what the hell is he gonna do? So that’s the finale.”


Date: April 30th | Category: Articles, Cast, Interviews, Vampire Diaries
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