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Supernatural Link Roundup, November 11

How did another week pass us by already? It is now time for another roundup of Supernatural stories to get us caught up on last week, prepared for tonight’s episode, and informed about happenings with the cast and show.

Last Week’s Episode

Consensus is that last week’s episode was a bit of a letdown after the good work done with “Slash Fiction.” What do you think?

Supernatural: Friends Never Say Goodbye: Our friends at After Elton offer a good recap to remind you what you loved or hated (or both) about “The Mentalists”.

Supernatural Season 7, Episode 7 Recap: Maureen Ryan’s recap/review.

TV Review: Supernatural “The Mentalists”: Gerry Weaver seems a bit more positive than most of the fans I’ve talked to. Do you also like the pacing this season?

Supernatural react: Were You Satisfied by the Make up Scene? Well, were you?

This Week’s Episode

Who Is Sam’s Supernatural Bride? A preview of tonight’s big wedding.

News and Notes

Misha Collins to Guest Star on Ringer: Are you watching Ringer? If not, will you tune in to see how Misha’s character will be similar/different from Castiel and Jimmy?

Nicki Aycox Discusses Christina, Supernatural and More: Apparently this week is all about previous cast.

Supernatural’s Misha Collins Sets Fans to Task: Nice story about Misha Collin’s fundraising scavenger hunt.

Spoilers

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Supernatural Link Roundup, November 4

I got some good responses to last week’s question and to this week’s post discussing the effects of Grimm on Supernatural. We are mostly still on board with the show, but we make no bones about its shortcomings. Thanks to all of you who visited and who responded. I always enjoy hearing all of your opinions.

And now on to the links.

Last Week’s Episode

Supernatural S7E6 Review: Luke liked Slash Fiction, he really liked it. I agree that the doppelganger boys were a lot of fun and gave us some good chuckles.

Supernatural Episode 7.06: Slash Fiction Recap: I love a good recap to help me remember what I forgot from the previous episode. This gives a good summary of what went down.

Supernatural Season 7, Episode 6 Recap: Mo Ryan always brings the love, even when she is dressing down our beloved show. This week, she is also in the group of us who enjoyed Slash Fiction.

Supernatural Round Table: Slash Fiction: Finally, TV Fanatic hosts a group of bloggers to share their reactions.

This Week’s Episode

Supernatural The Mentalists in Pictures: A pictorial preview of tonight’s episode.

And the official video preview:

News/Miscellaneous

The Best of Crowley: This slideshow reminds us of some of our favorite Crowley moments. I enjoy Crowley, and I really enjoyed the dude from All My Children (and a bunch of other shows, I guess) made him feel like an insignificant speck of dirt.

Spoilers

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Visions of Winchesters: Supernatural Blog Carnival, Sept. 23

Welcome to the September 23, 2009 edition of Visions of Winchesters: The Supernatural Blog Carnival.

Last Week’s Episode
5.02 Good God, Y’All: I Don’t Trust Me, Either
Bardicvoice presents a recap posted at Bardic’s Descant. Episode summary, commentary/meta analysis, and production notes – settle in for a long read!

Supernatural: Good God, Y’All
Suzanne presents her recap posted at Damsel Undistressed. A reminder that Suzanne used to post her recaps at Sci Fi Chicks but has now moved them to her own site.

Supernatural 5.02: Good God, Y’all”
John Keegan posts his reflections on last week’s episode at Media Blvd.

Good God, Y’all: That’s Almost Perfect
M.R. Reed shares his thoughts on last week’s episode at Eclipse Magazine.

This Week’s Episode

Preview of Supernatural Episode 5.3 “Free to Be You and Me”
Buddy TV gives a glimpse of what the boys will experience in tomorrow’s episode. The title reminds me of the Marlo Thomas and Co. PBS special and accompanying album from my childhood–happiness–but the fact that our boys are separated belies the lightheardedness of the title.

Supernatural “Free to Be You and Me”
Daemon’s TV includes a clip with a brief description of the episode.

Supernatural Season 5 Episode 3
Shock ti You Drop ups the ante with a teaser trailer and a clip.

Mike Hale includes SPN in his roundup of tomorrow’s

News
Supernatural is a Hit … on DVD
Nick C is back to bash The CW’s shoddy treatment of our favorite show, pointing out that Season 4 DVD sales have blown most other genre and all CW shows sales out of the water.

Pic Post
The folks at After Elton have gathered some nice photos of our boys, even Lucifer’s meatsuit.

More Scripts Ordered for Vampire Diaries
Michael Hinman reports that The CW is looking into ordering the back 9 for The Vampire Diaries and discusses Supernatural’s ratings.

Same Old, Same Old
Pop Culture Vulture Elizabeth Tai laments the lack on interesting new blood in this year’s Emmy winners, including the snubbing of Supernatural stars in the acting categories.

Spoilers for Smallville
Need more of a Jim Beaver fix than you can get on SPN? Here is a little snippet about Jim Beaver’s upcoming appearance on Smallville.

That concludes this edition. Don’t forget that I’m still looking for a Sam girl to do a guest post. Email me at popculture AT jennifer-roland.com if you’re interested.

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Visions of Winchesters: The Supernatural Blog Carnival, Sep. 16

Welcome to the September 16, 2009 edition of Visions of Winchesters: The Supernatural Blog Carnival.

Last Week’s Episode: Sympathy for the Devil

Supernatural: Sympathy for the Devil
Suzanne
presents this recap posted at Damsel Undistressed, saying, “Last year I wrote these recaps for SciFi Chicks, this year they’re on my own individual blog.”

Supernatural: Sympathy for the Devil
So, every recap page has the same title, but as you know, each recapper provides a slightly different spin. Here, we have Sylvia Roth from Pink Ray Gun sharing her thoughts about the premiere.

Review: Supernatural 5×01
The blokes and damsels over at The Medium Is Not Enough present their review of the episode.

Sympathy for the Devil
Deanandhisimpala (whew, type that five times fast) provide a well-organized recap of the premiere at Supernatural.tv.

This Week’s Episode: Good God, Y’All

This Week’s Supernatural
About.com presents three clips from tomorrow’s episode.

Supernatural S05E02
Darren
gathers the clips and the promo video at Sci Fi Scoop.

Supernatural S5.E2
And we have a synopsis and a nice collection of still posted by Mort at The TV Legion.

News

Special report: The Fanverse Versus Diddy (or Puff Daddy, if you will)
Beth Anne
at Nice Girls TV discusses the hashtag war last Thursday on Twitter in Supernatural Fans Challenge P. Diddy.

And over at No They Didn’t, get instructions on how to fight back tomorrow on Twitter. (Hint: Use the hashtag #PDiddyIsScaredOfHisTV.)

Want to See “Dad” Back on Supernatural?
According to Jeff Otto’s story on Sci Fi Wire, Jeffrey Dean Morgan is game if you are.

Supernatural Improves Over Last Season’s Premiere with Young Women
The CWTV press release about last week’s ratings is posted in this forum. I don’t quite understand why more girls didn’t hang out after the Vampire Diaries. Yes, Ian Somerhalder’s bad boy is hot, but he’s nothing compared to our Dean.

Heroes Leads TV Show DVD Sales, Supernatural Strong for Week Ending 9/6
Supernatural sales totaled nearly $9 million, and I haven’t even bought my copy yet.

Why Dean Needs to Forgive Sam
If, like me, you are unrelentingly depressed about the rift between the boys, you will probably appreciate John Kubicek’s article at BuddyTV.

Supernatural
Shane Halbach provides another set of reasons why more people should watch this show on his blog, Is This Thing On?

That concludes this edition. Check back tomorrow for a very special Supernatural post from Katie Lawson.

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Visions of Winchesters: The Supernatural Blog Carnival, Sept. 9

Welcome to the September 9, 2009, edition of Visions of Winchesters: The Supernatural Blog Carnival.

Last Season
Season Premiere
Season 5 Previews
News
Fun Stuff
Spoilers

Last Season

Arieanna at Gilmore Girls News shares her thoughts on season 4 with some nice shots of Jared Padalecki in the finale.

At Screen Rant, Bruce Simmons gives a play-by-play of the finale for those of us who didn’t watch it last Thursday.

Season Premiere

The Chicago Tribune has some preview clips and an episode description of the season premiere.

Shane presents his preview at Dingorue.

Season 5

At Airlock Alpha, Michael Hinman posts an interview with Jim Beaver in which he discusses some of the things to come in Season 5. It’s not really spoiler-y, but if you like to watch each episode as a designated Supernatural virgin, you might want to avoid.

LeAnn Tiede post a season 5 preview at Examiner.com. She discusses characters who will show up this season, so again, not spoiler-y unless you absolutely positively ant to know nothing about the upcoming episodes until you sit down to watch them.

Over at TV Fodder, Miller discusses some of the news from Season 5. Casting news is included, and some links include spoilers.

Christina Radish posts interviews with Misha Collins and Jim Beaver at iesb.net. Both discuss what is to come in Season 5.

Finally, On the Flix previews the sounds of season 5.

News

Amanda Meuwissen presents Why Supernatural is the Most Underrated Show on TV posted at The Geek Girl Gamut.

Ozy, a user at Comic Book Movie, posts that Jensen Ackles is rumored to be playing Captain America. That would be awesome!

Teletext reports that Jared Padalecki is slated to star in a remake of Out of the Past. Yvonne Strahovski, from Chuck, will join him.

Fun Stuff

Here are a couple fun videos for the Sam girls out there: Is That You? and The Shrine of Jared Padalecki’s Ass.

Spoilers

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