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Sometimes, comedy doesn't need words. Here are your suggestions for the most immaculate banana skin moment
@philwest The scene in Naked Gun where the lorry crashes into the firework factory and as everyone stares at the multicoloured, explosive mayhem, our hero says: "Move along folks – nothing to see here."
@YoghurtWeaver In The Big Lebowski, when the Dude spends ages hammering a plank against the door and then the door opens the other way.
@julian6 The grisly black comedy of the scene in »
Troy Ruptash is more than just an often-shirtless, tattooed bad boy. He's also the vampiric villain of the new sequel 30 Days of Night: Dark Days: Agent Norris. He terrorizes his human victims, and his viewers, with a sexy and evil delivery that will hopefully keep us conflicted about turning the lights off at night. Ruptash exudes a casual dark side; he's physically intimidating but charming and funny. In short, he's dangerous. And from Vancouver. And he's our Scary Stud of the Month. Troy tells us what it's like to be a vampire while doing so many sit-ups.
Troy always looks carefully to his right, and then his left, before crossing the street.
Tell us a little about your role in 30 days of Night: Dark Days, in detail! What's your character's driving motivations, and what do you like about the role?
I play Agent Norris. He's an FBI Agent who »
20 hour Supernatural marathon coming to TNT TNT will air a 20-hour marathon of favorite Supernatural episodes to get fans ready for the latest season of the hit series. The haunting drama will take over TNT's lineup Thursday, Sept. 23, at midnight (Et/Pt) through Friday, Sept. 24, at 8 p.m. (Et/Pt) to build excitement for the series' sixth season premiere on The CW (Friday, Sept. 24, at 9 p.m.). The marathon will include several episodes from Supernatural's fifth season, including the season premiere and season finale.
Supernatural follows Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles), two brothers bound by tragedy and blood to their dangerous, other-worldly mission. Together, they face supernatural evil using the skills they learned from their father. During the show's fifth season, Dean and Sam faced their toughest foe yet: the Devil himself. As the Apocalypse raged on around them, the brothers, aided only by a dwindling »
Ok, I give up. I have absolutely no idea what the heck is going to happen in season 6 of Supernatural. Now that the newest casting spoilers have been making the rounds, I am officially ceasing to even speculate what's in store for the Winchester brothers next season and can only hope that Comic Con (the Supernatural panel will take place on Sunday, July 25) will shed some light on what to expect in September.
Before moving onto the new spoilers, let's recap. We already know the show intends to return to its more monster-of-the-week roots, but still with a season-long story arc. We already know that Sam will pull Dean out of his "normal life" and back into a life of hunting. We already know that Grandpa Campbell (having, you know, Died back in the 1970s) will somehow become a recurring characteron the show next season (as Mitch Pileggi has been »
The "Supernatural" cast and crew are getting a head start on Season 6. The CW confirms that Jensen Ackles and the rest of the gang have already assembled in Vancouver to begin production on the episode "Weekend at Bobby's," which Ackles will direct.
"Weekend at Bobby's" is the fourth episode of the season, but will be shot first. The schedule was arranged to give Ackles time to prepare before his directorial debut. The normal shooting schedule will resume in July.
Of course, Jim Beaver will guest star as Bobby Singer in the episode. As Ackles gets a taste of life behind-the-camera, Beaver is getting a chance to see what it's like in Jensen's shoes. Sources confirm that the episode centers around Bobby's character, and will also feature a guest appearance by Kim Rhodes as Sheriff Jody Mills, who helped the Winchesters and Bobby fight off zombies in the Season 5 episode "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid. »
Supernatural 5.15 "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" Written By: Ben Edlund Directed By: John Showalter Original Airdate: 25 March 2010 In This Episode.... The Winchesters head out to South Dakota - not far from Bobby - to investigate reports of the dead crawling from their graves. Bobby insists that there is nothing demonic about the living dead - in fact, they seem to be returning to their old lives. He finally must admit to the boys that he is lying - all the signs point to another horseman. But he was protecting his wife, Karen, who was one of the risen dead. Sam and Dean are mystified that the dead have risen, yet seem to be wholly »
I love Supernatural. Tacked to the wall of my cubicle is a picture of Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki staring at me through the windows of the Impala. And I have been fighting depression throughout hell-atus like everyone else. That said, "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" was, in one (not Webster-recognized) word, meh. First, my top three gripes (because this isn't the American Idol judging panel so I don't have to start on a positive note): 1. Are you there, main plot? It's me, Sandra Supernatural was on hiatus for more than a month and a little mention from a »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Below are some thoughts on "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid," the March 25 episode of "Supernatural." "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" was the ideal episode for "Supernatural's" return from "Hellatus 2: The Squeakquel."* It eased us back into the Winchesters' world and it worked very well as a monster-of-the-week outing. It was a wonderful showcase for Jim Beaver and it balanced humor and heartbreak remarkably well. Plus, who doesn't enjoy the occasional zombie hunt? (*Having taken my son to see "Alvin and the Chipmunks 2: The Squeakquel," I feel that there are only two things I got out of that »
Three and a Half Torches (Out of Five) Warning: This review contains spoilers for the "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" episode of Supernatural. I can't believe Supernatural hasn't done zombies until now. (Or have they? I confess I didn't do an exhaustive search.) But as Bobby says, "There are zombies, and then there are zombies." These aren't your usual zombies. They're the good guys. Well, at least for a while. Nice misdirection in the opening scene, btw. Yeah, the first zombie on screen kills someone, but it turns out that he only did it in retribution, because the guy had killed him five years before. Of course, the reason for the zombies involves the coming Apocalypse, and Revelation's prediction that the dead will rise. But again, as Bobby says, who's to say that means the risen dead are evil? »
Then: Sam and Dean continued to get the fuzzy end of the Apocalypse lollipop, not making a whole lot of progress in stopping Lucifer. Sam went back to demon blood detox after a nasty bout with Famine while Dean begged God for help.
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Now: Supernatural is all about Bobby and his dead wife. I hope you brought your hankies, because this could get teary. »
Supernatural finally returns to the airwaves tonight with Episode 15, "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid", but we know what rabid fans the show has and how they are always looking ahead to what's in store for them during the rest of the season. So today we have a look at some photos from Episode 16, "Dark Side of the Moon", along with brief synopses of both that ep and #17, "99 Problems".
If you're thinking "Dark Side of the Moon" sounds like an ominous title, you'd be right since it's an episode in which both Winchester brothers meet their demise: Ambushed by angry hunters, Sam and Dean are shot and killed and sent to Heaven. Castiel warns Dean that Zachariah is looking for them in Heaven so they need to lay low while searching for an angel named Joshua (guest star Roger Aaron Brown), who can help them since he talks directly to God. »
- The Woman In Black
After a long hiatus, Supernatural returns tonight with the much talked about zombie storyline. But forget Zombieland, Night of the Living Dead or 28 Days Later. The show is taking a different approach to flesh-hungry reanimated corpses and we find out about it in the episode "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid."
Tonight's installment takes place in Bobby's hometown, which strongly suggests that the 16th episode of the fifth season is Bobby-centric. And any Supernatural fan knows that anything involving Bobby is awesome, funny and heartbreaking all at the same time.
The man behind legendary demon hunter Bobby Singer reveals all leading up to this year's riveting climax.
It's been an explosive year for the Winchester Brothers. And Supernatural Season 5 is rapidly speeding towards its shocking conclusion, which will wrap up the entire series thus far in anticipation of an all-new Season 6. The CW's hugely popular sci-fi drama returns this Thursday, March 25th, with the debut of Episode 5.15: "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid". And it is a very important hour for Jim Beaver's legendary demon hunter Bobby Singer.
In this touching and heartfelt tour de force, we find Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigating Bobby's hometown where the dead are rising from the grave. Instead of attacking humans, they are happily reuniting with their families. The brothers turn to Bobby (Jim Beaver) for help but he tells them not to worry about it and to leave town. »
We've got your first look at 3 clip and a new TV spot for the upcoming Supernatural Episode 5.15 Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid, which will air on Thursday, March 25 at 9 Pm Et on the CW Network. Click below to watch these two brand new videos from next week's new episode.
Supernatural Episode 5.15: He's a Monster
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Supernatural Episode 5.15: A Pale Horse
Supernatural Episode 5.15 TV Spot
Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate Bobby's home town where the dead are rising from the grave but instead of attacking humans, they are happily reuniting with their families. The brothers turn to Bobby (Jim Beaver) for help but he tells them not to worry about it and to leave town. Suspicious, Dean investigates and comes face to face with Bobby's dead wife (guest star Carrie Anne Fleming) who has no memory of what happened to her. »
Supernatural will be tackling the zombie theme when it returns to The CW next week on March 25th with an episode entitled "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid", and we've got a look at three sneak peeks for those of you have been jonesing for the Winchesters during their long winter hiatus.
Here's the official synopsis from Supernatural on The CW:
Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate Bobby's home town, where the dead are rising from the grave, but instead of attacking humans, they are happily reuniting with their families. The brothers turn to Bobby (Jim Beaver) for help, but he tells them not to worry about it and to leave town. Suspicious, Dean investigates and comes face to face with Bobby's dead wife (guest star Carrie Anne Fleming), who has no memory of what happened to her. Once the zombies start turning evil, the boys tell Bobby he has to kill his wife, »
- The Woman In Black
In less than two weeks Supernatural returns with new episodes. The first new episode back, "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid," will focus heavily on Bobby, prompting me to wonder what your favorite Bobby moment is.
Bobby has been a major part of Supernatural since first appearing at the end of season 1, though Jim Beaver has only appeared in 25 of the show's 96 episodes. That's still a lot of great moments to choose from, so let us know which one is the best. »
Supernatural returns with all new episodes on March 25 and the CW has released a few promo photos for the episode, along with a synopsis.
You can also check out a promo we previously posted for this episode, as well as a behind the scenes preview with Jim Beaver (Bobby).
It’S Bobby’S Wife!
Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate Bobby’s home town where the dead are rising from the grave but instead of attacking humans, they are happily reuniting with their families. The brothers turn to Bobby (Jim Beaver) for help but he tells them not to worry about it and to leave town.
Suspicious, Dean investigates and comes face to face with Bobby’s dead wife (guest star Carrie Anne Fleming) who has no memory of what happened to her. Once the zombies start turning evil, the boys tell Bobby he has to kill his wife but he refuses. »
It's easy to dismiss the CW's "Supernatural" as lame pretty-boy horror, but to do so would be an injustice. The fact is that the show is pumping out some serious, well written horror every week -- better than just about anybody on TV right now. We've gotten our hands on some news about the coming episodes including a preview of Episode 15, which airs on March 25th.
First and foremost TV Fanatic recently got word that Matt Frewer (Dawn of the Dead (remake), "Max Headroom") has joined the cast to portray the third of the Four Horsemen to appear during Season Five: Pestilence.
And finally the show is back in just a couple of weeks so dig on these new images and the TV spot for Ep. 15, "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid", courtesy of The CW!
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"Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" (March 25)
Episode Description: "Sam and Dean investigate Bobby's home town where the dead are rising from the grave but instead of attacking humans, they are happily reuniting with their families. The brothers turn to Bobby for help but he tells them not to worry about it and to leave town. Suspicious, Dean investigates and comes face to face with Bobby's dead wife who has no memory of what happened to her. »
This Supernatural episode is a good, old zombie-killing adventure with Sam, Dean and Bobby shooting their way through the undead. The behind the scenes action is filmed and narrated by star Jim Beaver who takes us backstage at Supernatural. »
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