Cupid goes crazy in next week’s all-new episode. Or does he? Whoever is the villian, this episode looks to be pretty gory. See what I mean in the trailer.
Castiel confronts Anna in this wonderfully intense scene from tonight’s episode. It’s great to see Misha back as our favorite angel; I don’t know about you, but it seems to me like forever since we’ve seen him.
We will finally see Wilson’s mysterious first ex-wife (he’s had 3). EW’s Ausiello is reporting that Cynthia Watros has been cast as Wilson’s ex, and now she’s his new girlfriend!
Two small spoiler tidbits to tide you over until tomorrow night’s episode. These are episodes that should air after the Olympics.
Fancast’s The Big Tease gives us great spoiler details on next week’s episode. I’m hoping the Luddy minutes are kept to a minimum…
Sounds like Jack is going to “go all Jack” on the Russians. I love to see everyone panic when he goes off. Part of the fun of watching the show.
I’ve been looking forward to this episode because I think it will have some good Huddy. Kristin from E! seems to have confirmed that.
Anyone else really sick of this “your name is Jenny and I’m a psychopath” storyline with Dana or whoever the heck she is? Me too.
For the understandably confused among us, “The Song Remains the Same” is the new title for next Thursday’s time travel episode that was originally called “Back to the Future II.”
Three great glimpses into Monday’s new episode: Foreman doesn’t seem too happy to see his wayward brother, House shows no mercy toward a war dodger in the clinic, and Foreman gives the bad news to the POTW.