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Supernatural: Two Sneak Peeks at Episode 10 Abandon All Hope

As if we needed a further reminder that 2009 is winding down to a close, this week marks the final first-run episode of the year for Supernatural, the oh so cheerfully entitled “Abandon All Hope”. To help ease the pain of having to wait until 2010 for a new installment, The CW has graciously provided two sneak peeks of the November 19th ep.

Here’s the synopsis: Sam (Jared Padalecki), Dean (Jensen Ackles), and Castiel (Misha Collins) track down the Colt and head off to find Lucifer (guest star Mark Pelligreno) to send him back to Hell. It’s a hunters’ reunion when the crew joins forces with Bobby (Jim Beaver), Ellen (guest star Samantha Ferris), and Jo (guest star Alona Tal) for what could be their last night on Earth.

For more, including full episodes, trailers, and videos, visit Supernatural on The CW.

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    • I watch it off and on. Some of the arcs haven’t been my preference which is why I don’t watch it full-time, so I’ve missed most of Seasons 3 and 4, but I’ve been watching Season 5 regularly.

      I honestly hope, in regards to Sam being the vessel, that nothing comes of it. Mark Pellegrino is growing on me with his two episodes thus far, and Jared Padalecki’s rendition of Lucifer was borderline emo.

      • But with the way the arcs intersect and so many of the characters come and go and come back around again, isn’t it a bit hard to follow if you’ve missed big chunks of the series? It’s always those episodes that seem to be “free-standing” that wind up packing a wallop at the end as far as the overall mythos of the show goes.

        Andrew’s so right about horror fans missing out. Like last week’s episode that seemed so over-the-top and likely to be eye-rolling (much like the “3rd brother” episode). On the contrary, it was really deep and added a lot to the Sam/Dean relationship. Whenever you doubt Kripke, that’s when he proves again how great his vision for the series really is.

        • Not really. I’ve watched all of Seasons 1 and 2, most of Season 4, a bit of Season 3, and anything I missed I’ve read detailed recaps for those episodes, so I’m not lost on anything. That I know of anyway, lol.

          • Ahhh … as long as you’re caught up via the recaps, then, yeah, you should be pretty well up-to-speed.

          • Yeah. And apparently someone major is supposed to die in this upcoming episode, and it better be Jo. If she lives and Ellen or Bobby die, I will be livid.

          • I’m with you on Jo, but considering this could possibly be the last season (still no word on if it’s being renewed or not), Bobby dying wouldn’t be a total surprise. And if they do get picked up, he could always appear in flashbacks or something along those lines.

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