Sunday, 5 October 2014


With Season 10 just days away... DAYS... 3 DAYS to be exact! And with so much spoilery goodness dropping this week, I thought I'd bring the squee together in one big spoiler post!

So if you're a spoilerphobe...what are you doing here? Didn't you read the headline?! Turn back now...ahead be awesome spoilers!

So here we go!

Excited yet?

How about this?

Okay, now are you excited?

Let's look at episode 10x01.


DEAN IS LIVING IT UP AS A DEMON WHILE SAM HITS ROCK BOTTOM IN THE SEARCH FOR HIS BROTHER  — Dean (Jensen Ackles) is a demon and running amuck with Crowley (Mark Sheppard) while Sam (Jared Padalecki) tries to figure out what happened to his brother.  Meanwhile, Castiel (Misha Collins) is dealing with his diminishing grace.  Robert Singer directed the episode written by Jeremy Carver (#1002).  

And we even have sneak peeks! 2! Count them! 2! 

Oh angry, focused, furious Sammy. I think I'm gonna enjoy the hell out of him.

Also, I got a little thinky over this clip, if you're interested you can read it here.

And then there was this.......

Oh slutty Demon Dean. I think I'm gonna enjoy the hell out of him. Especially if he keeps forgetting his pants. What? Nothing. No but seriously, I had heart palpitations and flop sweats from this clip. That thing with the thing? OH TELL ME MORE! Gah!

And here's the promo pics! With all the half naked sexy times Demon Dean excitement, I nearly forgot we get annoyingly bad song Karaoke Demon Dean too!


I'll never get over this photo. Like. Ever.

Okay... on to episode 10x02! 


CROWLEY TELLS DEAN THE MARK NEEDS TO BE FED — Crowley (Mark Sheppard) notices Dean (Jensen Ackles) is becoming more and more aggressive. Dean tells him that’s the side effect of being a demon, but Crowley knows it’s something more - the Mark of Cain needs to be fed. Meanwhile, Sam (Jared Padalecki) is captured by Cole (guest star Travis Aaron Wade), an angry man who blames Dean for his father’s death years ago and wants revenge. Cole tortures Sam, hoping he’ll tell him where Dean is hiding. Hannah (guest star Erica Carroll) sees how weak Castiel (Misha Collins) is becoming as his grace continues to fade, so she makes a bold choice and asks Metatron (guest star Curtis Armstrong) for help. Thomas J. Wright directed the episode written by Andrew Dabb (#1003).

I laughed outloud at Crowley on his ass. I'm looking forward to seeing the Dean, Crowley relationship go south. Crowley was so sure of himself. I'm glad it looks like Dean turns out to be more powerful and impossible for Crowley to control. I'm sure Crowley still has some plans in the works though...being a bastard like that and all.

Cole's hammer is super disturbing. And that last shot of Sam driving...I freakin' love that shot! Yowzers. Both these boys are going to end up being the death of me!

Oh and I love Demon Dean still wears the maroon shirt. My favourite.

Now for 10x03! That's right! We even have info on 10x03! The episode Jensen directed. 

“Soul Survivor”

JENSEN ACKLES RETURNS TO THE HELM AS DIRECTOR — Sam (Jared Padalecki) continues his efforts to save Dean (Jensen Ackles) from the Mark of Cain. Crowley (Mark Sheppard) realises Dean’s demonic antics are starting to cause problems for him in Hell so he searches out an unlikely ally – Castiel (Misha Collins). Jensen Ackles directed the episode written by Brad Buckner & Eugenie Ross-Leming (#1001). 

I still get filled with squee at Jensen directing! And thankfully the promotional photos include some of him wearing his director's hat...well a ball cap, but you know!

(This pic looks particularly spoilery...the bottle in Crowley's hand)

Jensen directing. I love it with a fiery passion.

So, how are we feeling? Is your excitement level reaching epic heights?

Oh I'm not stopping yet!

Here's a little interview from the CW with The Carver.

And a few spoilery bits and pieces.

This came via TV|Line:

Who will be the Big Bad of Supernatural Season 10? –Tom Would you believe it’s… Sam and Dean? As the Winchesters battle their inner demons — literal and figurative — the show “be introducing, over the course of the season, characters that are very, very, very personal to our main characters,” executive producer Jeremy Carver previews, “and that’s all going to start to snowball into, ‘You are who you are,’ and having to deal with all this and drawing some lines. Of course, there’ll be Bigger Bads that emerge, but the central focus of the season is really on these personal arcs.” BONUS SCOOP: Carver reveals, “You will most definitely see Charlie’s (played by Felicia Day) return from Oz.”

Here's a VERY interesting casting spoiler vi Eonline!

Rachel: What's the word on any female characters on Supernatural this season?
While females generally don't have the longest life span on this CW fan-favorite series, the show is currently casting the role of Claire Novak, a 17-year-old tough, angry teenager described as "punk-rock-pretty." Claire is sarcastic, smart and defiant because of her rough past: she has bounced from foster home to foster home since the death of her father and the disappearance of her mother (we're guessing from supernatural forces?). Even though Claire is always in trouble, underneath it all she has a big heart. Let's hope that heart makes her a survivor!

This is what TV|Line says about Season 10

As a newly turned supernatural creature, Dean will have to decide “how dark and what kind of demon he's going to be,” executive producer Jeremy Carver previews. So what's the verdict? Per star Jensen Ackles, “[He's] an ultra version of a womanizing party animal." Considering how wild and fun his new life is – he even becomes too much for Crowley to handle! – it's no wonder then that Dean doesn't want to be found. But Sam, unaware of what's happened to his brother, will try his darnedest, leading the younger Winchester “to do some questionable things that will make him, and certainly the audience, wonder which one of these guys is the true monster,” Carver notes. Meanwhile, Castiel is back on Earth and struggling with the moral dilemma of how to get his angelic grace back without being a burden. BONUS SPOILER | Cas will be the harsh “voice of reason” when it comes to Dean's situation, says Ackles. “Even though it might be hard to hear, it might be hard to say, he tells Sam, 'Listen, you know what you have to do if things don't go right.'”

And in case you've forgotten, because it was so long ago, this was the official teaser description of Season 10.

"Season 10 begins with Sam’s frantic search for his missing brother, who is gone without a trace. The road to recovering the wayward Dean takes Sam down dark paths, with consequences that will shake the boys to their core. Meanwhile, Castiel has to pick up the pieces in the aftermath of Metatron’s campaign. With his grace failing and rogue angels still on the loose, Cass will face the ticking clock of his own mortality as all-new threats emerge to once again push all of our heroes to their limits."


So... Here's what I'm excited for. Season 10 sounds very character focused and that's the stuff I love most about Supernatural. Sure the monsters are awesome cool, but it's the people and peoplish people that I care most about. The thought of the focus being on the brothers taking a long hard look at who they are and possibly coming to terms with themselves, the job, their relationship and even each other, fills me to the brim with squee. Carver said he had a 3 year plan. He said he wanted to get the brothers back to the place he remembered them being when he was originally with the show. He's put hardships in their path, challenged their relationship in ways we've never seen, made them look long and hard at who they are as individuals and to each other, given the brothers some harsh truths to deal with and made them both face the possibility of losing the other forever. First Dean with Sam, now Sam with Dean. After everything they've been through and survived, to have to face this possibility again, is soul destroying for both. He's allowed them to be grown men. To try to voice who they are. Even if it was painful to hear. To try to be their own people. All the time while standing side by side, even when they wanted to punch each other in the face. I've always believed that the tough moments in seasons 8 and 9 were leading us towards stronger Winchester brothers - brothers in a place where they are more at peace than we've seen them for sometime, or even ever before. They couldn't get there without doing the hardyards. That's part of personal growth, character growth, life. I love who they've grown into. These complex, beautiful men. And I'm excited to see how these beautiful men come out the otherside...together. I'm super excited. Like really, really excited. I feel like all the pieces, all the things set in motion, are coming to fruition in the most glorious way! My crazy optimism runneth over! Even Castiel and Crowley have been going through personal challenges and revelations! It's so damn exciting! Did I mention I'm excited?

So that's a wrap of the most recent spoilers. Let me know if you're excited too.

I'm already in love with season 10 and it hasn't even started.