01 September 2011

A Very Random Thursday Edition -- We Need a Monkey on Supernatural called....Clyde

I find myself freaking out earlier than expected. I know casting news aren't exactly spoilery, but I feel like I should go into a lockdown now!

We need a monkey on the show called....Clyde.
So, you may have already heard. Pirate of the Caribean's Master Gibbs, Kevin McNally, is the new computer genius on Supernatural. Although, when it comes to the computer on the show, I always see Ash and his mullet! Nevertheless, I am very excited about McNally's appearance. He will first appear in the episode Slash Fiction and he is an old friend of Bobby. I expect plenty of Pirate of the Caribean reference! More details here Zap2It

Master Gibbs has a Lego too!
Not only Bobby has a friend, Crowley also has a friend. James Patrick Stuart is set to play a demon named Richard Roman. According to Sera, Richard is "a very canny, charming, well-connected new adversary." Basicially a demon version of Balthazar right? More details here Zap2It

Dean's friend is back too.... Not a lady friend... but DEATH. Finally! His re-appearance is long overdue! Don't enable me, Death is up there with Samuel Colt in my book -- illusive, cool and awesome!! Julian Richings is also appearing at the up-coming Supernatural convention in Toronto in October. This will be his first appearance at a fan convention. I am intrigued about what fans will ask him and how he'll like his convention experience. It'll be funny if he goes to the kareoke!

The official synopsis of 7.01 Meet the New Boss is released:

CASTIEL TAKES ON HIS NEW ROLE AS GOD -- Castiel (Misha Collins) doesn't kill Sam (Jared Padalecki), Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Bobby (Jim Beaver) but warns them not to interfere in his business. Assuming his new role as God, Castiel sets out to right some of the wrongs in the world. Dean decides they should bind Death (guest star Julian Richings) and order him to stop Castiel, but the former angel is one step ahead of them, leaving Dean to face a very angry Death. Meanwhile, Sam struggles to deal with the broken wall in his head. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Sera Gamble (701). Source SpoilerTV

Just like season four and five, we are going straight into it from the get-go. It's going to epic and intense, I expect the first two episodes will set the tone for the rest of the season.

Supernatural season seven premiers on Friday 23 September.

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