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PUBLIC MARKS from vacelts with tag "Season 4"

November 2008

Winchesters Discover ‘Wishful Thinking’ has Consequences on Supernatural

Over the years Supernatural’s Sam and Dean have posed as a lot of things - FBI agent, Health Department, even priest - but “Wishful Thinking” was the first time they’ve ever posed as “Teddy Bear Doctors.”

Bones finds a ‘Skull in the Sculpture’

The World Series is over and the election has been decided so now we can get back to our regularly scheduled programs on Fox. And the return of Bones is marked with a case that proved pretty emotional for Angela in “The Skull in the Sculpture.”

October 2008

Did Dean Pass the Test in Supernatural ‘It’s The Great Pumpkin’

It’s Halloween on Supernatural and the Winchesters have more to worry about than the raising of Samhain and vengeful angels. They - or specifically Dean - are being tested by God in “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester” and they don’t know it.

Supernatural’s Dean Catches ‘Yellow Fever’

Ever wondered what it'd be like if Dean Winchester wasn't so fearless and bad ass? Well last night Supernatural fan's caught a glimpse of a scared Dean in "Yellow Fever." (Includes outtake video of Jensen Ackles doing Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger")

Supernatural’s ‘Metamorphosis’ Finds the Winchester Boys Divided

at Red Lights An exhausted mother of twins talks about life in the family laneHome About Supernatural’s ‘Metamorphosis’ Finds the Winchester Boys Divided Last night during Supernatural’s “Metamorphosis,” I saw a real rift developing between the Winchester brothers and it scared me, more than the rugaru.

Supernatural’s Dean Must Go Back to “The Beginning”

Last night’s episode of Supernatural blew me away. In “In The Beginning,” Dean must go back in time to when he’s parents were dating to “stop it” - the cryptic order from Castiel. The trip back to April 30, 1973 gave loyal fans a few answers to questions we’ve been asking since Season 2 and a lot more questions.

Bones Investigates Office Life in ‘Crank in the Shaft’

When a decomposed leg falls into an elevator from the shaft above on, Booth and Bones must navigate their way through the cubicle farm to find the killer in “Crank in the Shaft.”

September 2008

Supernatural’s Dean Grapples with his Mission from God in “Are You There, God”

Apparently I’m not the only one reeling from Supernatural’s revelation that Dean was pulled from Hell by Castiel, the Angel of Thursday, on orders from God. Dean himself is still grappling with the fact in “Are You There, God? It’s Me . . . Dean Winchester.”

Zack is Back on Bones in ‘Perfect Pieces’

Since last season’s Bones finale, Zack has been missing from the series, presumably cooling his heels in a mental hospital after killing a man and aiding Gormogon.

Supernatural Brings Dean Back in ‘Lazarus Rising’

Last night Supernatural returned for its fourth season with “Lazarus Rising,” an episode that marks Dean’s return from Hell. And let me tell you the episode was awesome. My only complaint about the episode is that it wasn’t longer.

Is Bones the Same without Zach?

When Zach was revealed as Gormogon’s accomplice in the Season 3 finale of Bones, I was in shock. I can only imagine what his co-workers and friends felt.

Supernatural Returns and Dean is Back!

For an entire season of Supernatural last year I sat on the edge of my seating wondering how Sam and Dean were going to get Dean out of the deal he made at the end of the second season with the crossroads demon trading his life after a year for Sam’s. Imagine my surprise last May, when no loop hole was found and Dean was sent to Hell!

April 2008

Could Cally be the Final Cylon on BSG?

Since Galactica entered the nebula in the Season 3 finale, the Internet has been buzzing with speculation as to the identity of the final Cylon on Battlestar Galactica. But to be honest, I’ve been so stunned by the four revealed in that episode that I haven’t given it much thought - until now.

March 2008

Supernatural Lives, But Will Dean?

Happy days are here - at least in my household. CW announced Monday that it has picked up my favorite show - Supernatural. But fans can now rest a little easy knowing the fate of its favorite series has been secured - at least for another year - and start focusing on the fate of Dean (Jensen Ackles) and the possibility of a spin off.