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Episode 2.19: Folsom Prison Blues

Airdate: April 26, 2007

  • 04/05 - After hearing about a ghost that has been killing off inmates one by one, Sam and Dean decide the best way to investigate this spirit is from the inside and allow themselves to get thrown into the state penitentiary. However, after FBI agent Henricksen (guest star C. Malik Whitfield) shows up to take over their case, getting out of prison becomes a bigger challenge than finding the spirit. Source: The CW
Episode 2.20: What Is and What Should Never Be

Airdate: May 3, 2007

  • 04/16 - Dean is attacked and transported to a world where his mother (guest star Samantha Smith) is alive, Sam is in law school and engaged to Jessica (guest star Adrianne Palicki), and Dean lives a very normal life with his girlfriend (guest star Michelle Borth). However, after he starts seeing a strange girl (guest star Melanie Neige Scrofano) and learns all the people he has saved in the past have died, Dean must decide whether he wants to stay in this new safe life where everyone he loves is alive or if he should return to the hunt. Source: The CW
  • 04/12 - Dean sees how life could have turned out if the Demon had never killed his mother and the Winchester men hadn't turned into hunters in an episode titled "What Is and What Should Never Be." Source: The CW
  • 04/08 - Jensen Ackles, star of The CW's horror series Supernatural, told SCI FI Wire that an upcoming episode will provide a glimpse into the lives Dean (Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) Winchester might have led had their mother not been killed by a demon years earlier. "What Is and What Should," the 20th episode of the show's sophomore season, was written and directed by creator and executive producer Eric Kripke and will air on May 3. In it, a demon genie, called a djinn, provides the unusual opportunity for Dean to see what might have been. "So you're kind of thrust into this parallel universe of Dean and Sam and Mom and Dad and everybody and what it would have been like if all of that stuff had not happened 20-some-odd years ago," Ackles said in an interview. Source: Sci Fi Wire
  • 04/04 - John's appearance in 2.20, "What Is and What Should," is now confirmed. Source: SpoilerFix BuddyTV Spoilers Chat
Episode 2.21: All Hell Breaks Loose, Part 1

Airdate: May 10, 2007

  • 04/20 - Sam is abducted by the Yellow-Eyed Demon and finds himself in a ghost town with other children who have special abilities. They learn the Demon has brought them together to initiate his endgame: an all-out war against the human race. In an effort to encourage Sam to fight, the Demon shows him what really happened to one of his parents. Dean enlists Bobby's (guest star Jim Beaver) help to find Sam before the battle begins, but he arrives too late. Source: The CW
  • 04/12 - Jeffrey Dean Morgan ("Grey's Anatomy") guest stars in the two-part season finale. Source: The CW
  • 04/04 - According to a set visitor, the brothers actually hug. Mary Winchester may not have been an innocent victim as previously portrayed. Dean's worst nightmare comes true. Oh, and critics of the Roadhouse storyline will be pleased when it goes down in flames (literally!). Another set visitor interviewed Jensen Ackles, and the actor referenced doing an emotionally heavy scene while Jared just lay with his eyes closed. Source: SpoilerFix BuddyTV Spoilers Chat [Note: Part of these spoilers may happen in episode 2.22]

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Episode 2.22: All Hell Breaks Loose, Part 2 (Season? finale)

Airdate: May 17, 2007

  • 05/01 - Dean must deal with the aftermath of the fight between Sam and Jake (guest star Aldis Hodge) and pays a steep price for his involvement. The Demon and his spirits threaten to overtake the hunters until they receive help from an unexpected ally. Source: The CW

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Supernatural is currently on hiatus. Season 3 will start sometime in Fall 2007.

Episode 3.01: Title Unknown

Airdate: Fall 2007

  • 07/04 - More information is leaking about Bela and Ruby, the two new regulars. In the season premiere, the two tough women hunters find themselves working with and against Sam and Dean. Dean doesn't see much of a future for himself. Sam is wracked with guilt after killing two men to save Dean's life. Source: SpoilerFix BuddyTV Spoilers Chat

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06/26 - [it is very doubtful that Alona Tal, who plays Jo, will be back next season.] According to Alona's reps, anything is possible, but since the show hasn't done anything with her character for a long time, they're not expecting a call any time soon. Source: Kristin on E!Online

06/18 - One of the new female demon hunters will be a love interest for one of the boys. Source: Kristin on E!Online

06/12 - If you

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Episode 3.01: The Magnificent Seven

Airdate: Fall 2007

  • 07/06 - The Seven demons are a result of the brothers opening the gate to hell in last year's finale. Tamara and Isaac, a married hunting duo, are aware of Dean and Sam's actions. Isaac initially refuses to work with them. Later, Tamara is taunted from beyond the grave. Ruby's appearance in the premiere is now confirmed. Source: SpoilerFix.com
  • 07/05 - In a Supernatural twist of The Seven Deadly Sins, Bobby advises caution, but Sam disagrees. The demon Envy recognizes Dean by name. Two more hunters, Tamara and Isaac, help chase down the demons before realizing they're being hunted themselves. Dean tells them all to escape while they can while he tries to slow them down, showing an apparent death wish that angers his brother. Source: SpoilerFix.com

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Episode 3.01: The Magnificent Seven

Airdate: Fall 2007

  • 07/17 - Lauren Cohan [will] also be a love interest for one of the boys as well (I'm hearing Dean). Sources close to the show tell me she's quite lovely and will be kicking some serious demon butt this year. Source: Kristin on E!Online [Note: Cohan will play Bela. See our 07/04 spoilers below for more information.]
  • 07/12 - Katie Cassidy has been cast in the upcoming season of Supernatural, according to The Hollywood Reporter. In the third season premiere, fellow demon hunter Ruby (Cassidy) meets up with Dean and Sam Winchester (Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki) as they start wrangling the passel of demons that escaped from hell in the second season finale. Source: Zap2it

Episode 3.02: The Kids Are Alright

Airdate: Fall 2007

  • 07/17 - Rumors are circulating that Jensen Ackles' Supernatural character could have a kid, as he'll soon be meeting the eight-year-old son of a woman he had a fling with roughly nine years ago. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • 07/13 - Sam and Dean hunt changlings targeting mothers and their children. Dean has a reunion with Lisa, a woman he once had a one-night stand with. Her son, Ben, strongly reminds Dean of himself. Though it makes him uncomfortable, Dean's natural instincts with children helps him get to know the boy, and watch with pride as Ben stands up to a bully. Meanwhile, other mothers admire Dean's... assets. Source: SpoilerFix.com

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07/13 - In an interview, Jim Beaver reveals: I just got a call from my agent. He told me they wanted me for episodes one, three and four of season three, to start shooting July 16. So that sounds pretty definite. Source: Winchester Journals

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Episode 3.01: The Magnificent Seven

Airdate: October 4, 2007

  • 07/23 - On Thursday, Oct. 4, Ruby, played by Katie Cassidy, the daughter of '70s teen idol and singer David Cassidy, joins the hunt for the masses of demons who escaped from Hell in the second season finale. Source: TV Guide Online

Episode 3.03: Title Unknown

Airdate: October 18, 2007

  • 07/23 - On Thursday, Oct. 18, Lauren Cohan enters the fray as Bela, a mercenary who realizes there is a lot of money to be made in the supernatural world. Source: TV Guide Online

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07/23 - Series creator Eric Kripke reveals: The girls are recurring regulars, first of all, which means that our contracts with them, tops, puts them in 12 out of 22 episodes. That's tops. So there's no reformulation where it's the four of them together where they're in every episode. We're introducing them very carefully. We're not jamming them in every episode. They weave in and out of the story, like other hunters have on our show in the past. It's not the four of them in every episode. Bela shows up, and then Ruby shows up, and then the boys are alone. So they're just inter-changing as they're traveling around the country. They're just bumping into different characters. They're also bumping into Gordon, Agent Hendrickson, and Bobby and Ellen, because we're opening up the world of the show. [...] There's a misconception online that they're being introduced as love interests. They're not being introduced as love interests; they're being introduced as antagonists. [...] To introduce them as their own fleshed out characters in their own right, who are raging pains in the ass, and trouble, and dangerous, and then sort of see what happens. I've already broken the first 10 episodes, and, so far, there's nothing even close to romance. It's closer to they're going to come to blows with each other. [...] The trick is to not introduce them as love interests. The trick, we feel, is to introduce them as fleshed-out characters with their own inner lives, and then see what develops. And the other thing is, the girls are very separate and very different. And very rarely are they in the same episode, because they're each serving very different storylines. Ruby (Katie Cassidy) is this demon hunter, who is ruthless and a little crazy and rough around the edges, and doesn't share the same moral conscience that either of the boys share. A little unhinged in that way. There's going to be a big twist about Ruby very early on. As early as Episode 2 you're going to learn something very fascinating about Ruby. Bela (Lauren Cohan) is actually something we never presented on Supernatural before, which is someone who lives in this world who actually isn't a hunter. She's a thief and a mercenary. And all of these amulets and magical objects that the boys are always stealing and using to fight creatures, are actually worth a lot of money. And there's someone to buy and sell them. And she's really not interested in the altruistic or obsessed or revenge-minded motives of hunting. She's interested in a free market economy and making a buck. She's in it for herself. That's someone they've really never come across before. 'I don't really care if you stop that ghost, I want that amulet,' which if she disappears with it the boys are screwed. [...] This is a season where war breaks out. And there's no longer any of this, 'Who's the psychic kid? And I should follow the yellow-eyed demon, what?' It's war. We're at war. Choose a side. It's the end of the world. We feel this is the most exciting season yet. We feel this is the season to join the party. [...] Source: TV Guide Online

07/23 - Katie Cassidy and Lauren Cohan, who will join the cast of The CW's Supernatural in the upcoming third season, told SCI FI Wire that their characters were brought on to be adversaries to the two main characters, not necessarily love interests. "I know that these characters are being brought on to be ass-kickers," Cohan said in an interview at the Television Critics Association press tour on July 20. "My character is being brought on to compete with the boys." [...] "My character is basically a mercenary," Cohan said. "So she's out as a solo artist. She has her own agenda, and she's very centered and focused on what she's doing. She has her hands on a lot of the stuff the boys need, and she sells it. And she's very much about negotiating. And sparks may fly between her and the boys. Sparks my fly between Ruby and the boys. I think there's going to be some fighting before there's any romance." Cohan's character, Bela, will join the cast in the third episode, which airs Oct. 18. Cassidy (the daughter of '70s teen idol David Cassidy), meanwhile, will appear in the season premiere as Ruby, a fellow demon hunter who lands in the path of the Winchester brothers. Cassidy said that while her character will be fighting on the side of good, she won't be making the boys' life any easier."She's definitely a demon hunter on their side, but she also likes to stir up a little trouble," Cassidy said. "Ruby is a demon hunter, definitely kick-ass, bad-ass. A little bit mysterious. Definitely manipulative. Loves to be in control of the situation. She's always a couple steps ahead of everybody else. But she's got everything together. She's on top of it. And she knows what she wants, and she's out to get it." [...] In the case of Cohan, the character of Bela was changed specifically to accommodate her British accent. Executive producer Eric Kripke has even developed a backstory for the character based around her British origins. Source: Sci Fi Wire

07/23 - This season on Supernatural, Sam and Dean Winchester get some help fighting evil in the form of two tough-as-nails female hunters. [...] "Ruby and Bela, each in their own unique way, are dangerous, ruthless, more bad than good; and they'll each prove big trouble for Sam and Dean," says series creator Eric Kripke. "We were excited to find both Katie and Lauren; they just popped off the screen for us, and they bring charisma and intelligence to their roles." Source: TV Guide Online

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Episode 3.03: Bad Day At Black Rock

Airdate: October 18, 2007

  • 08/01 - Word continues to spread of the Winchesters and the opening of a devil's gate, with them to blame. Gordon's instincts may condemn Sam, Sam is kidnapped by a mentee of fellow hunter who admires Gordon and brutally beaten. He swears that his past supernatural abilities are gone, but is ignored. While looking for Sam, Dean spars with a thief and, luckily, gains the upper hand - for now. Source: SpoilerFix BuddyTV Spoilers Chat

Episode 3.04: Sin City

Airdate: October 25, 2007

  • 08/02 - Sam and Dean pose as insurance investigators and question the pastor when a man commits suicide in a church. Gun totin' Dean may favor a divergent political party. It's Sam's turn to look for Dean when he disappears with Casey, an attractive demon who expresses admiration for the deal he made to bring Sam back. Though initially thrown by the source of the compliments, Dean tells her that it's liberating to live life with no worries about the future, since he doesn't have one. Meanwhile, Sam's ally is not what he seems. Source: SpoilerFix.com

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Episode 3.01: The Magnificent Seven

Airdate: October 4, 2007

  • 09/15 - Bracing themselves for the possibility of an apocalyptic war, Sam and Dean realize they have an enormous task of hunting down the hundreds of demons that escaped from the Devil's Gate. With only a year left to live, Dean decides to live life to the fullest and exhibits a carefree attitude that troubles Sam, who is trying to find a loophole in the deal. Bobby tells the brothers about a sighting in Nebraska that turns out to be seven demons that are the actual manifestations of the Seven Deadly Sins. Source: The CW
Episode 3.02: The Kids Are Alright

Airdate: October 11, 2007

  • 09/26 - Dean pressures Sam into visiting Cicero, Indiana, so he can visit an old flame named Lisa (guest star Cindy Sampson), he had a tryst nine years ago. However, Dean is stunned when he meets not only Lisa again, but also her 8-year old son Ben (guest star Nicholas Elias), who bears a striking resemblance to him. However, Ben soon goes missing and Sam and Dean discover that a Changeling, a demonic parasite, is snatching kids from the small town and assuming their form. Meanwhile, Ruby makes contact with Sam and reveals some startling information about his mom. Source: The CW
  • 08/15 - There'll be a big twist concerning Ruby in this season's second episode. Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide
Episode 3.05: Bedtime Stories

Airdate: November 1, 2007

  • 08/21 - Fairy tales come to life when the brothers investigate Callie, a young girl who seems to personify Snow White. Poisoned by her stepmother and trapped in a coma, the spirit becomes angrier as more time passes. Callie's father visits her constantly, reading her original Brothers Grimm stories and unknowingly inspiring her carnage. Sam confronts him and forces him to listen to his daughter. While Dean sleeps, Sam slips out and confronts the Crossroads Demon with the Colt, procured by Ruby and rebuilt by Bobby. She refuses to let Dean out of the deal and says there's another boss who controls what she does. Sam shoots her in the head, killing the possessed human. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 3.06: Red Sky At Morning

Airdate: November 8, 2007

  • 09/14 - Dean and Sam visit a woman, Gertrude, whose niece may have been drowned by ghosts from a sunken ship, only to find that the woman is well aware of that possibility and their cover has already been blown by Bela. Without missing a beat, Dean smoothly goes along with the woman's realization. Later, Bela and Dean struggle for the upper hand and Sam tries to avoid Gertrude's while they act as a distraction. Source: SpoilerFix.com
  • 09/11 - Sam gets propositioned by a 70-year-old. Apparently, some old Gertrude's got a thing for young ghost hunters. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Episode 3.06: New Blood

Airdate: November 15, 2007

  • 09/26 - Mercedes McNab has just been signed to guest as a toothsome chick who recalls for the Winchester boys the night she picked up more than a hangover while out clubbing. Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide
  • 09/14 - Gordon Dean is taken captive by a vengeful vampire who plans, at first, to feed the famed vampire hunter to his new female companions. When Dean tries to gently break the news that they'll have to kill him when they find him, Sam surprises him by agreeing without protest. Later, the boys realize just how badly the vampire's plans backfired on it when Gordon was turned into what he loathed most... Source: SpoilerFix.com
  • 09/12 - The show just put out a casting notice for a thirtysomething vampire who "habitually picks up young women in bars and 'turns' them into vampires by having them drink blood. Despite his outward cruelty and vampire super-strength, Dixon is actually a vulnerable, grief-stricken man who can't face eternity alone and is desperately trying to reconstruct a vampire family." Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide

Episode 3.08: A Very Supernatural Christmas

Airdate: December 13, 2007

  • 09/12 - No details on this one, but apparently the CW has announced that the December 13 episodes of Smallville and Supernatural will be holiday-themed. Source: KryptonSite

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Episode 3.04: Sin City

Airdate: October 25, 2007

  • 10/14 - Sam and Dean investigate a rash of violent deaths in Elizabethville, Ohio, a once-sleepy town that has been turned into a haven for gamblers and drinkers. Dean discovers demons have infiltrated Elizabethville and are using their powers of persuasion to make the townspeople succumb to their basic instincts. Meanwhile, Ruby helps Bobby rebuild the Colt from scratch and stuns him with some news. Source: The CW

Episode 3.05: Bedtime Stories

Airdate: November 1, 2007

  • 10/14 - Sam and Dean investigate a small town that has been plagued by a number of strange murders that resemble fairy tales, such as Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White and Hansel and Gretel. Meanwhile, Sam summons the Crossroad Demon (guest star Sandra McCoy) and threatens to kill her with the newly rebuilt Colt unless she releases Dean from his deal. Source: The CW
Episode 3.08: A Very Supernatural Christmas

Airdate: December 13, 2007

  • 10/09 - Dean tries to convince Sam to get a tree, presents and a special dinner to celebrate Christmas right, like they did when they were kids. We see flashbacks of a young Sam and Dean in Nebraska on Christmas Eve in 1991. Sam begs Dean to tell him why they move so much and what their father does and when Sam brings up their mother, Dean yells and storms out. That is when Sam reads their father's journal for the first time and learns of the monsters he hunts. When their father doesn't show for Chistmas, Sam is convinced the monsters got him and gives Dean the gift he got from Uncle Bobby, the amulet necklace, to give their dad. In the present time, Sam and Dean investigate an evil Pagan couple and end up tied to chairs in the couple's kitchen. The couple tell them they are Pagan gods and that killing and eating the people they do is their right. Source: SpoilerFix.com
  • 10/02 - The Christmas-themed episode finally tells us where Dean got his amulet necklace and flashes back to when Dean and Sam were children. Also, look for some evil Christmas-loving pagans that take on Dean and Sam. We see the moment that Dean and Sam first found their father's journal and the realization that monsters are actually real. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Episode 3.09: Witch Hunt

Airdate: January 2008

  • 10/14 - A group of neighborhood ladies, including Tammi, Elizabeth and Renee, are witches and hold secret meetings. When one, Amanda, supposedly kills the wife of a man she was obsessed with and herself, the group still continues to meet. Sam and Dean visit Elizabeth's house posing as police detectives to question her about Amanda's death. They tell her that Amanda was involved in occult practices and she appears shocked. The boys figure out that Tammi is a demon. She puts a spell on Dean to slowly kill him. When Sam goes to the meeting to force the women to lift the spell, Tammi holds Sam against the wall with a demonic force and kills another of the women by snapping her neck with her mind. Ruby saves Dean's life by making him drink a vile liquid then surprises them with her connection to demon-Tammi. Source: SpoilerFix.com

Episode 3.10: Dream A Little Dream Of Me

Airdate: January 2008

  • 10/21 - Sam and Dean Winchester are going to "fight" Jason Voorhees in the new season of Supernatural. "We have Jason from Friday the 13th, the character with the hockey mask," show creator Eric Kripke tells the Supernatural fanzine. "He shows up in episode 10. We have cleared the rights to actually use Jason. We have a twist on it so it is not really Jason out there but we have found an interesting way to bring him in so Sam and Dean fight Jason from Friday the 13th. In our world, that is a pretty cool guest star." Source: ShockTillYouDrop

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Episode 3.06: Red Sky At Morning

Airdate: November 8, 2007

  • 10/29 - Sam and Dean investigate the mysterious demise of drowned victims who were nowhere near the water at the time of their death. The brothers learn each of the victims saw a ghost ship shortly before they died. Upon investigation, they cross paths with Bela, who is being paid handsomely by one of the murder victim's family members to solve the case. Sam and Dean warn her to stay out of their way, but she has other plans. Source: The CW
  • 09/14 - Dean and Sam visit a woman, Gertrude, whose niece may have been drowned by ghosts from a sunken ship, only to find that the woman is well aware of that possibility and their cover has already been blown by Bela. Without missing a beat, Dean smoothly goes along with the woman's realization. Later, Bela and Dean struggle for the upper hand and Sam tries to avoid Gertrude's while they act as a distraction. Source: SpoilerFix.com
  • 09/11 - Sam gets propositioned by a 70-year-old. Apparently, some old Gertrude's got a thing for young ghost hunters. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Episode 3.07: Fresh Blood [fka "New Blood"]

Airdate: November 15, 2007

  • 10/29 - Sam and Dean capture a female vampire named Lucy (guest star Mercedes McNab) who claims to have no knowledge of how she became a vampire. The guys discover Dixon (guest star Matthew Humphreys), a male vampire, is giving out human blood to unsuspecting females in bars, offering it up as the "latest drug" and turning them all into vampires. Meanwhile, Gordon (guest star Sterling K. Brown) escapes from jail and goes after Sam. However, Dixon intercepts Gordon and turns him into a vampire, which makes Gordon more powerful than before and a much bigger threat to Sam. Source: The CW
  • 09/26 - Mercedes McNab has just been signed to guest as a toothsome chick who recalls for the Winchester boys the night she picked up more than a hangover while out clubbing. Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide
  • 09/14 - Gordon Dean is taken captive by a vengeful vampire who plans, at first, to feed the famed vampire hunter to his new female companions. When Dean tries to gently break the news that they'll have to kill him when they find him, Sam surprises him by agreeing without protest. Later, the boys realize just how badly the vampire's plans backfired on it when Gordon was turned into what he loathed most... Source: SpoilerFix.com
  • 09/12 - The show just put out a casting notice for a thirtysomething vampire who "habitually picks up young women in bars and 'turns' them into vampires by having them drink blood. Despite his outward cruelty and vampire super-strength, Dixon is actually a vulnerable, grief-stricken man who can't face eternity alone and is desperately trying to reconstruct a vampire family." Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide

Episode 3.08: A Very Supernatural Christmas

Airdate: December 13, 2007

  • 10/09 - Dean tries to convince Sam to get a tree, presents and a special dinner to celebrate Christmas right, like they did when they were kids. We see flashbacks of a young Sam and Dean in Nebraska on Christmas Eve in 1991. Sam begs Dean to tell him why they move so much and what their father does and when Sam brings up their mother, Dean yells and storms out. That is when Sam reads their father's journal for the first time and learns of the monsters he hunts. When their father doesn't show for Chistmas, Sam is convinced the monsters got him and gives Dean the gift he got from Uncle Bobby, the amulet necklace, to give their dad. In the present time, Sam and Dean investigate an evil Pagan couple and end up tied to chairs in the couple's kitchen. The couple tell them they are Pagan gods and that killing and eating the people they do is their right. Source: SpoilerFix.com
  • 10/02 - The Christmas-themed episode finally tells us where Dean got his amulet necklace and flashes back to when Dean and Sam were children. Also, look for some evil Christmas-loving pagans that take on Dean and Sam. We see the moment that Dean and Sam first found their father's journal and the realization that monsters are actually real. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • 09/12 - No details on this one, but apparently the CW has announced that the December 13 episodes of Smallville and Supernatural will be holiday-themed. Source: KryptonSite

Episode 3.09: Witch Hunt

Airdate: January 3, 2008

  • 11/03 - The Jan. 3 episode will feature a surprising origin story for Ruby, during which we'll learn why she's helping the bros. Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide
  • 10/14 - A group of neighborhood ladies, including Tammi, Elizabeth and Renee, are witches and hold secret meetings. When one, Amanda, supposedly kills the wife of a man she was obsessed with and herself, the group still continues to meet. Sam and Dean visit Elizabeth's house posing as police detectives to question her about Amanda's death. They tell her that Amanda was involved in occult practices and she appears shocked. The boys figure out that Tammi is a demon. She puts a spell on Dean to slowly kill him. When Sam goes to the meeting to force the women to lift the spell, Tammi holds Sam against the wall with a demonic force and kills another of the women by snapping her neck with her mind. Ruby saves Dean's life by making him drink a vile liquid then surprises them with her connection to demon-Tammi. Source: SpoilerFix.com

Episode 3.10: Dream A Little Dream Of Me

Airdate: January 10, 2008

  • 11/03 - We're going to learn how Bobby got into hunting. Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide
  • 10/29 - Dean dresses in a suit and tie, pretending to be a detective, when he goes to interview students and faculty at a college. He asks one stoner student about the death of Dr. Gregg and the sleep study he was conducting, testing a treatment for a sleep disorder. The student has the inability to dream and says he quit after one session with Dr. Gregg because the stuff he gave him caused him to have a very weird, super intense dream, much like an acid trip. Bobby, Sam and Dean all get trapped in their dreams and figure out that the one causing it is Jeremy, the stoner student Dean questioned. Source: SpoilerFix.com
  • 10/29 - I'm told Supernatural has an episode in the vein of A Nightmare on Elm Street, where Dean and Sam meet up with a young college graduate who has the power to enter people's nightmares and keep them locked in their own worst fears. Also, we'll get a double dose of Dean when he battles a dream version of himself. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • 10/21 - Sam and Dean Winchester are going to "fight" Jason Voorhees in the new season of Supernatural. "We have Jason from Friday the 13th, the character with the hockey mask," show creator Eric Kripke tells the Supernatural fanzine. "He shows up in episode 10. We have cleared the rights to actually use Jason. We have a twist on it so it is not really Jason out there but we have found an interesting way to bring him in so Sam and Dean fight Jason from Friday the 13th. In our world, that is a pretty cool guest star." Source: ShockTillYouDrop

General Spoilers:

11/03 - Jared Padalecki reveals: In a few weeks, Gordon, played by Sterling K. Brown , who we love, comes back. He's been hunting for Sam now that he's found out he's not all human. What's going to happen to stop him is very interesting. If you remember, the Yellow-eyed Demon said to Dean, "Are you sure what you brought back is 100 percent Sam?" Keep an eye on Sam and notice the difference between Season 1 and what he does now in Season 3. It might be hinting toward something. Source: TV Guide Online

07/13 - In an interview, Jim Beaver reveals: I just got a call from my agent. He told me they wanted me for episodes one, three and four of season three, to start shooting July 16. So that sounds pretty definite. Source: Winchester Journals

06/26 - [it is very doubtful that Alona Tal, who plays Jo, will be back next season.] According to Alona's reps, anything is possible, but since the show hasn't done anything with her character for a long time, they're not expecting a call any time soon. Source: Kristin on E!Online

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Episode 3.08: A Very Supernatural Christmas

Airdate: December 13, 2007

  • 11/29 - It's Christmas time and Sam and Dean investigate a series of murders where the victims were pulled up through the chimney. Sam realizes they are dealing with a sort of Anti-Santa, a demon with roots in pagan lore. Dean wants to celebrate Christmas the old fashioned way as this is his last, but Sam refuses, not wanting to accept that Dean won't be around next year. Sam flashes back to a certain Christmas when he waited for his father to come home to give him a special gift. Source: The CW

Episode 3.09: Witch Hunt

Airdate: January 3, 2008

  • 11/18 - Katie Cassidy reveals: Most of Ruby's scenes have been with Sam up to this point, but Dean and Ruby end up working together in an upcoming episode. There's going to be something the two of us basically have to overcome. [...] And she's very manipulative and she wants something from the boys, but we don't know exactly what that is yet. [The producers] actually haven't told me much. I definitely have my own ideas about what her motives are, but I don't want to give anything away! But I will say that the next episode that Ruby appears in, you'll see a different side of her, a more genuine side. I'm really excited about it, so I hope people enjoy it. She's got a lot of different flavors going on. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Episode 3.11: Jus In Bello

Airdate: January 17, 2008

  • 11/18 - Katie Cassidy's character, Ruby, will attempt to conduct a spell requiring a human heart of someone of pure virtue. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • 11/12 - Agent Henriksen from the FBI descends on small town Monument, Colorado and captures Sam and Dean. He takes over the police station, even letting the one prisoner go, warning the Sheriff that (EDIT: ??? it just stops there, sorry)

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