Supernatural Season 12 Episode 2 Spoilers, News: Mary Dies? Lucifer Looking For Next Meat Suit After Rick Springfield?
This coming Supernatural Season 12 episode 2 features a horrible fate for the Winchester brothers. Sam is still stuck in Lady Toni’s grasp as she continues to interrogate him. And interrogating him means torturing him.
But while Sam is stuck with the Men of Letters, Crowley gets a tip that Lucifer is in a rock star’s body. Previously, reports of Rick Springfield taking a role in Supernatural Season 12 was something to look forward to. It is already a known fact that Lucifer is going to take over his body.
His want and need to be in a body quickly is important for him to survive. So he takes the body of Vince Vicente. And to make it more interesting, Rowena and her son Crowley combine powers to take down Lucifer, cites Melty. But it is not clear if Rowena is doing this out of the goodness of her heart. She is most likely doing it for some ulterior motive.
Now, Lucifer is a rock star. He loves the music and the attention that he is getting. And it looks like he is loving the fact that he is a rock star. Or rather, in the body of a rock star. But he can’t stay in the body of a mortal for too long. Which begs the question, which meat suit is he going to jump off to next? Is it going to be someone bigger than a rock star like Rick Springfield? What about inside a politician’s body or a wrestler? The possibilities are endless!
Und Crowley und Castiel spannen zusammen, Rowena hat auch die Finger drin, und Dean wird gegenüber Mary überfürsorglich, weil er Angst um sie hat und sie nicht verlieren will, was sie sich aber nicht gefallen lässt. Kann ja alles heiter werden.
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Question: Any word on whether Jim Beaver will be making an appearance on Supernatural this season? It just wouldn’t seem right to not have Bobby at least make one appearance. —Jane
Ausiello: There are “no plans as of right now,” but some other familiar faces will be back this season, executive producer Andrew Dabb tells TVLine. Among them: deaf hunter Eileen Leahy, teen wannabe hunter Claire Novak and Sheriff Donna Hanscum. “Obviously, as we’re building up the British hunters, we’re also building up, or in some cases re-establishing, our American hunters,” the EP says. “It’s a really cool opportunity to bring in people like that, some of whom we’ve seen pretty recently, and some of whom we haven’t seen for quite a while.”
Question: Can the show give us any scoop on Supernatural Episode 11, which is rumored to have a de-aged Dean? —Kim
Ausiello: Dean’s not physically de-aging, but rather “trapped in a Memento-type loop, where he’s kind of losing his memory a little bit,” Dabb previews. “For him, as someone who struggles with all the baggage from years and years of doing a very, very difficult job, it almost becomes freeing, in a way. So you’re going to see a Dean that is a lot more fun and childlike. Jensen [Ackles] does a great job. Then it becomes a much more tragic story as he starts to forget Sam — and himself.”
Das mit Dean in der elften Folge klingt interessant. Er verliert seine Erinnerungen, was für ihn irgendwie befreiend ist. Daher sehen wir einen viel lustigeren und kindlichen Dean. Und dann wird es tragisch, als er beginnt, Sam zu vergessen - und sich selbst.
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The last time we saw the Winchester brothers, we found them being carried off in cuffs for “attempted” murder on the President of the United States. Unfortunately, we have to wait until the end of the month to see what actually happens to the brothers in Episode 9. However, thanks to TVLine we get to see some first-look Supernatural photos of the upcoming episode, “First Blood.”
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Thema: Re: SPN-News (Season 12) Sa Jan 14, 2017 6:28 pm
'Supernatural' Season 12 Spoilers, News: Winchester Brothers to Face More Struggles
It seems that the Winchester brothers will always be confronted with problems as spoilers for the upcoming episode of "Supernatural" season 12 reveal that the siblings will face more trouble with the law.
As seen in the midseason finale, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) were wrongly accused of being responsible for the death of the U.S. president. It was a shocking moment for fans as they saw their heroes being cuffed and led behind bars.
Spoilers for "Supernatural" season 12 episode 9 hint of the trials that the brothers will face now that they're locked up in jail. It appears that instead of mystical beings, Sam and Dean will have to face real-life monsters: humans.
The authorities believe that Sam and Dean aren't just the usual common criminals who do thefts or robberies, or those who kill because of personal gripes. Instead, the government believes that the two are dangerous terrorists who can give mankind a huge problem.
Obviously, Sam and Dean aren't what the authorities believe them to be. On the other hand, it appears that there will be some people who will try to work things out for the two. A promo for "Supernatural" season 12 episode 9 hints that Castiel (Misha Collins) and Mary (Samantha Smith) will discuss how they can help Sam and Dean at this time in their lives.
Late last month, executive producer Andrew Dabb told TVLine that there will be a time jump featured when "Supernatural" season 12 returns. "We're going to be building in about a six-week time jump. We'll see how Sam and Dean act in that period of isolation, but also how the world reacts, as well - specifically Cas and Mary and some other players," the EP teased.
Dabb went on to share that the battles Sam and Dean will be faced with in "Supernatural" season 12 episode 9 will be very different from the problems they survived in the past. Dabb said at this point, the Winchesters may not be able to do what they usually do whenever they try to escape a certain situation. Will the brothers ever get a taste of freedom again?
"Supernatural" season 12 episode 9 titled "First Blood" will air Jan. 26, 8 p.m., on The CW.
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Thema: Re: SPN-News (Season 12) Do Jan 19, 2017 9:40 pm
Supernatural showrunner talks Sam and Dean's future in (or out of) hunting
When you enter the hunting lifestyle, there’s really only one way it ends, and it’s not great. At least, that’s how Dean views his future. But what about Sam? In Supernatural‘s early seasons, Sam pondered getting out of the game, settling down, and starting a family. Jump forward a few years and both brothers have tried that, only to be pulled right back into the Impala.
And yet, the “what comes next” question is one Sam and Dean are still debating, even in season 12. “It’s an ongoing theme,” showrunner Andrew Dabb tells EW. “You see that divide between Sam and Dean dating certainly back to season 3 and probably even before that. The question of, ‘What is Sam and Dean’s future?’ For a long time, their futures were based on each other. Would Sam stay a hunter, would he go back out of the life? Would Dean take a step back and retire or leave hunting? That was a question of, ‘Is this the life you want?’ It’s been something they’ve gone back and forth on. We’re now living in a reality where this is their life, this is what they’re going to do. I don’t think either one of them realistically looks at a world where they step away from this. That time has passed to a large degree.”
However, that’s not to say that the question has gone away. Rather, it’s evolved. “The question then becomes, ‘Okay if this is our life, how is it going to work out? How are we going to make this the best life we can?’ For Dean, the best life he can imagine is one where he fights until he dies. You never stop trying to make the world a better place,” Dabb says. “I think Sam agrees with that and Sam doesn’t want to stop making the world a better place, [but] Sam hopes they can get to the point where the world is such a good place that maybe they can take a step back from hunting, maybe they can either hand off the reins or be able to have a little bit more time [to] themselves.”
And believe it or not, this matter also applies to Castiel, whose future as an angel might seem more predictable — but then again, nothing’s ever really predictable in the Supernatural world. “For a long time, Cas has been in a little bit of a liminal place,” Dabb says. “He’s not part of heaven’s bureaucracy and hasn’t been for quite a while, that has been made very clear to him and will be made very clear in an episode this season how heaven views him. That’s caused a lot of problems for Cas, because he’s really felt like a man without a country for a while. Yes, Sam and Dean are his family and he’s extremely bonded with them, but the connection Sam and Dean have is not a connection that Cas can have with either of them because they’re brothers, they grew up together.”