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Kaisersoze
PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 4:44 am  Reply with quote



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FilmCritic3000 wrote:
This episode features Tricia Helfer (known to fans of Battlestar Galactica as Six) as a guest star. I imagine since Supernatural and Battlestar Galactica both shoot in Vancouver, it wasn't that hard to get her on the show.


Ahhh! I'm watching it now and for the last 15 mins have been scratching my head, wondering where I knew her from.

And though I'm only watching it on my iPod, it's amazing how average Tricia looks in this. At least compared to her glam turn in BG-1.
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FilmCritic3000
PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 4:54 am  Reply with quote



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Kaisersoze wrote:
FilmCritic3000 wrote:
This episode features Tricia Helfer (known to fans of Battlestar Galactica as Six) as a guest star. I imagine since Supernatural and Battlestar Galactica both shoot in Vancouver, it wasn't that hard to get her on the show.


Ahhh! I'm watching it now and for the last 15 mins have been scratching my head, wondering where I knew her from.

And though I'm only watching it on my iPod, it's amazing how average Tricia looks in this. At least compared to her glam turn in BG-1.


I prefer her look in this. She looks more casual.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 22, 2007 9:42 am  Reply with quote



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Tonight's episode "Heart" Sam and Dean investigate the death of a lawyer who appears to have been killed by a wild animal.
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Terminal
PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2007 8:59 am  Reply with quote



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I personally thought this was a fantastic episode.

Not the werewolves I imagined, but this IS the CW here.

I still enjoyed a lot of it. The euthanasia scene was heartbreaking.

I loved how this woman was basically a reflection of Sam's fears that he can't save himself if she can't. There was a lot of emotion in this episode, and that ending was fucking heartbreaking.




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belle morte
PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2007 11:42 am  Reply with quote



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Terminal, I agree completely.

When "Silent Lucidity" started playing I was damn close to tears.

And the next new one (not happy it's not until April 19th but what can you do) looks great.
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Samhain
PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2007 9:15 pm  Reply with quote
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The "werewolf" episode was fantastic (and I'm happy as I didn't really enjoy the previous entry--it felt kinda forced and poorly acted).

I'm with you belle....not too happy to have to wait until April 19th to check out the new ep.
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Terminal
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belle morte wrote:
When "Silent Lucidity" started playing I was damn close to tears.


There was just so much emotion behind everyone involved. That ending was just so gut wrenching. No happy ending, no real closure, just the inevitability that Sam may not be able to save himself in the end. I loved it. Simply loved it.
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belle morte
PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2007 2:19 am  Reply with quote



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Definitely my favorite show out there. I almost can't wait for the season to be over - so I can buy it on DVD and watch them all again. I'm not a big fan of buying TV shows on DVD but this one has great replay value for me. I love my Season 1 set.

The show has great characters, interesting story, a wonderful opening, superb music selection, heart wrenching drama and good comedic moments.

Can't say enough how much I love this show.

Oh - and the Landis and Dante comment had me laughing. Almost as much as when Dean referred to himself as James Hetfield in the first season.
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Samhain
PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2007 4:49 pm  Reply with quote
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belle morte wrote:

Oh - and the Landis and Dante comment had me laughing. Almost as much as when Dean referred to himself as James Hetfield in the first season.

These are the little quips that I look foward to every week.
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Tonight's episode "Hollywood Babylon" Sam and Dean investigate the death of an actor on a horror-film set after rumors indicate that he was killed by a ghost.
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Howl at Astronauts
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Samhain wrote:
The "werewolf" episode was fantastic (and I'm happy as I didn't really enjoy the previous entry--it felt kinda forced and poorly acted).

I'm with you belle....not too happy to have to wait until April 19th to check out the new ep.


There was a werewolf episode? Damn totally missed it. Confused
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FilmCritic3000
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Howl at Astronauts wrote:
Samhain wrote:
The "werewolf" episode was fantastic (and I'm happy as I didn't really enjoy the previous entry--it felt kinda forced and poorly acted).

I'm with you belle....not too happy to have to wait until April 19th to check out the new ep.


There was a werewolf episode? Damn totally missed it. Confused


A very good werewolf episode; hopefully The CW will re-air it in the near future (most likely after the season finale, however).
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This week's episode is great; between all the in-jokes and Dean's Bruce Willis impression, I'm loving it. Is it any wonder, seeing as how Ben Edlund (creator of The Tick/writer/producer on Firefly and Angel) wrote this episode?

I loved that they took a shot at Eric Kripke's movie work.

"Boogeyman? That script sucked." Laughing
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This episode became so much better once Gary Cole appeared.

Guy is a fucking comedy powerhouse.

As for the episode, it felt slightly recycled, and the self-referential humor was flat, but it was still a pretty good episode.

I wasn't a big fan of the gags, or the in-jokes, but I still had fun.
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Terminal wrote:
This episode became so much better once Gary Cole appeared.

Guy is a fucking comedy powerhouse.

As for the episode, it felt slightly recycled, and the self-referential humor was flat, but it was still a pretty good episode.

I wasn't a big fan of the gags, or the in-jokes, but I still had fun.


Gary Cole is the man. It'd be cool to see him on a new series. I'll watch anything he's in.
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