Supernatural 5.21 – It’s the Beginning of the End!

5.21 – TWO MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT
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So it’s the beginning of the end for this chapter in Supernatural history.

The bros are back at Bobby’s and Dean absolutely hates Sam’s plan to jump into the pit. Castiel calls them from a hospital and tells them he ended up on some fishing boat after he flashed himself away.

“You are not the burnt and broken shell of a man that I believed you to be,” Castiel admits to Dean on his saying no to Michael.

Sam and Dean go to find Pestilence who’s touching little old ladies with disease, causing them to barf up green Nickelodeon slime before they die. Apparently Pestilence isn’t too happy with his “brothers” being taken care of by the bros and instead of running away, faces them.

Pesti turns on the yucky diseases in the bros and gets ready to Continue reading

‘Amazing Race’ host promises ‘tense’ finish


‘Amazing Race’ host promises ‘tense’ finish

By DERRIK J. LANG, AP Entertainment Writer

LOS ANGELES – Caite Upton is headed in the right direction on “The Amazing Race.”

The former Miss Teen South Carolina, who infamously flubbed a 2007 pageant question involving maps, and her boyfriend, Brent Horne, are among the three remaining teams competing Sunday for the CBS reality series’ $1 million grand prize. The often bickering dating duo experienced a rough start on the around-the-world race but have managed to avoid elimination.

“I think one of the most exciting things is that Brent and Catie are still there in contention, against the odds,” said host Phil Keoghan. “Right from the very beginning, I don’t think the other teams saw them being at the end. Catie has really taken a leadership role and really driven this team. I think she’s really been the dominant factor for their team.”

Upton and Horne are racing against pairs of brothers: Daniel and Jordan Pious, the distinctively different siblings from Barrington, R.I., and Jet and Cord McCoy, the seemingly unstoppable cowboys, from Tupelo, Okla. The McCoys, who came in first place during the last episode, unprecedentedly went from the bottom to top spot on the 16th season’s eighth leg.

“Without a doubt, Jet and Cord have been the cool cucumbers throughout this race,” said Keoghan. “There was only once when they were rattled, in the Seychelles when I had to send them for a map out in the water. Even then, they weren’t really rattled. They went out there and did what they had to do. I think, as cowboys, they’re just used to the pressure.”

After making stops in such countries as Chile, Germany and Malaysia, Keoghan said the final leg will take the teams from Singapore to San Francisco where the racers will have a high-tech encounter at the visual effects company Industrial Light and Magic. They’ll also continue “The Amazing Race” finale tradition of having their memories of the race tested.

“The thing about the last leg,” he said, “is we really want to make it as fair as possible for all the teams.”

Keoghan, who was at the finish line when the show was filmed late last year, would not reveal the winner, of course, but he does believe that the show’s fans are rooting for the beloved professional bull riders to win and that the ending isn’t necessarily happy for everyone. Keoghan foreshadowed that Upton and Horne are confronted by another team at the mat.

“This season,” he teased, “we have a very tense finish.”

NBC’s Friday Night Lights Excellent Against All Odds Heading Into Season 4


NBC’s Friday Night Lights has been through a lot both in front of and behind the camera.

The series itself never drew even modest ratings for NBC, putting it in danger of cancellation every season since it’s first, but surprisingly (and thankfully) NBC didn’t want the show to die off that easily. Enter DirecTV who first saved the series by co-producing season 3 with NBC and then hammered out a deal that would ensure seasons four and five.

The deal gave DirecTV the first broadcast window, allowing them to air the show on their exclusive The 101 Network before NBC would get its chance midseason.

Tonight marks Friday Night Lights‘ return to Continue reading