'Supernatural': Photos from 'Trial and Error'

Check out some still from this episode below, and if you want a full recap, check out my run-down over at Examiner.com.

'Supernatural': Demon-slaying hotties will return for Season 9

Yes, “Supernaturalgroupies er… fans are jumping for joy as the CW officially made it official this week, announcing the Winchester Brothers will return for another season. We’re not exactly sure how the writers are going to keep things fresh for a ninth run, but if all else fails, just incorporate a lot of shirtless scenes. Works for us ladies. And probably many of the guys watching.

Get the whole scoop at Examiner.com.

Need to catch up because you just discovered how supremely awesome this show is? Try these DVDs to get up to speed:

James Patrick Stuart dishes on ‘Supernatural’ and being a Dick

James Patrick Stuart dishes on ‘Supernatural’ and being a Dick

James Patrick Stuart

James Patrick Stuart recently sat down with the folks at Winchester Brothers.com to talk about the Supernatural season finale, working with “J squared,” and being the subject of a whole lot of dirty Dick references, now that he’s become a part of the cult hit cast as Dick Roman. Stuart was calling from a convention across the pond, set at a genuine English castle, and swears Mark Pellegrino — aka Lucifer — was engaging in cocktails and some nude Ouija-boarding.

Whoa. We need to seriously party with the Supernatural crew and guest stars.

Stuart has been terrorizing Americans with bad junk food and people-eating demons on Supernatural, although he seemes to have a bit of a crush on Charlie (Felicia Day.) The actor dished a little on how he gets into character playing a nasty Leviathan, given he can’t exactly find someone as a character model. Or can he?

It seems Stuart channeled none other than Donald Trump as an influence in creating his Dick Roman character. Is it just me or is there a little Christian Bale, American Psycho vibe in there as well? I also think he has a bit of an Adam Levine thing going on, but maybe it’s just me seeing Adam everywhere I look, like people who see Jesus’ face in their toast and everywhere else.

Anyway, check out this Supernatural fansite — they have interviewed quite a few guests on the show.  And you can hear Stuart, aka JaPaStu (on Twitter), aka Dick Roman, aka Leviathan badass:

We are also happy to report Stuart has joined all the fans at our lowest common denominator — the gratuitous and juvenile Dick jokes, including this recent post of his:

japastu May 28, 9:30am via Twitter for iPhone

It’s all fun and games until you get stabbed in the neck and your Dick explodes!

Welcome, to the gutter, baby.


‘Supernatural’ preview with Jensen and Jared


I was really going to try to comment on this video, but I can’t quite get past an unshaven, slightly edgier Jensen Ackles than we’re used to seeing. So, um … yeah …  just watch this. And tag it “girl candy.”

We love you for your minds, boys. Really.


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‘Supernatural’ recap: The good, the bad and the adorably geeky


The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons TattooSam and Dean Winchester found themselves needing to get into the heart of the evil empire on last Friday’s episode of “Supernatural.”

Their pal Frank’s hard drive had been taken by big bad Leviathan Dick Roman, and he had a geeky IT girl hacking her way into it. And if she cracked the encryption and got that hard drive info for Roman — deliciously played this episode by James Patrick Stuart — he’d have all the information he needed about the Winchester boys’ aliases, where they have their car hid, and basically whatever he needed to find them.

Of course, one would think an ancient creature from the Bible probably would be able to find that info, anyway. But let’s not strain our brains too much, shall we? Just enjoy the creepy monsters and cute boys.

This hacker the Winchesters were dealing with was not so much “dragon” tattoo but more “Dungeons & Dragons” tattoo, hence the name of the episode. Or, to be more precise, Princess Leia tattoo, if you know what I mean. Which is to say, the kind of chick you meet at Comic-Con.

If you’ve ever been to Comic-Con you understand what I’m saying. If not, watch this episode and you’ll understand.

Anyway, our hacker Charlie Bradbury (Felicia Day) found herself with an assignment from head honcho Roman to crack this hard drive, even though she’d tried to blend in as a simple office worker bee. The problem for Roman was, once Charlie saw what’s in that hard drive, which was all about how he’s a Leviathan and wants to use humans for food amongst other things, it wasn’t too hard for Dean and Sam to sway her to their side.

Not only did the boys want her to delete that info on the hard drive, but they wanted her to sneak into Roman’s office to access his e-mails. And this poor girl ain’t no Angelina Jolie-type spy chick. So they figured they’d hook her up with an earpiece so Dean could talk her through everything.

That included how to flirt her way past a security guard they weren’t expecting. Now we all know Dean is the master of flirting, albeit usually with girls, not for them, but Charlie had another dilemma with this particular task — the guard wasn’t her type. Really not her type, being … male.

Now, you know that’s not going to go smoothly, right?

Charlie bumbled her way past the security guard into the office to start stealing data from Roman’s computer. She succeeded, got out of the office back to her desk, but guess who showed up just as she was trying to leave? Yep, Dick Roman himself.

In this episode, Roman went from being your garden-variety brand of evil to being delightfully psychotic — Stuart played him as strange cross between Donald Trump and Patrick Bateman from “American Psycho.”

Which is to say … awesome!

And it’s a good thing Roman has come along as one of the more interesting adversaries they’ve had in quite some time, as the series has been struggling a bit since the whole Lucifer and Michael storyline the first five seasons came to a conclusion.

Plus it was tough seeing Bobby go — well, sort of go. Having him come back as a ghost just doesn’t work and it seems a shame to bring him back like this when he had such a spectacularly written send off. That’s kind of cheating.

Next thing you know, they’ll be bringing Cass back. (Cough.)

But anyway, we need more Roman and I think I can speak for a lot of people — namely people with estrogen — when I say we need him in tuxedos more often. I think a lot of us were kind of feeling that, or as Dick Roman would say, that was kind of completing us. But then, most of us Comic-Con kinda chicks have a soft spot for a good-looking monster.

Blame it on Christopher Lee.

Anyway, they got the hard drive erased, they checked the e-mails, they intercepted a package for Roman although they still weren’t sure what they had other than a big block of clay, but in the end, our hacker friend Charlie saved the day. Unfortunately, she then rode off into the sunset on a bus.

She’s kind of a fun character. Dear writers, you might want to consider bringing her back in the future. Just an opinion.


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