‘Supernatural’ season 9 summons its fourth episode of the year in “Slumber Party,” as Charlie's (Felicia Day) return becomes complicated when the boys stumble into a decades-old mystery of the true 'Wizard of Oz' within the Men of Letters base.
Last week’s ‘Supernatural’ episode, “I'm No Angel,” saw Castiel struggle to adapt to the challenges of humanity while on the run from the angels, and Dean was forced to make a difficult choice in the pursuit of his fallen friend, so what does the fourth season 9 episode bring? What strange and unexpected challenges will the Winchesters face in the coming year?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Supernatural’ season 9 episode 4, “Slumber Party”!
Where last week's 'Arrow' season 2 installment, "Broken Dolls," dropped a brick-ton of DC references and characters, this week's all-new "Crucible" will reach some equally valuable DC milestones as Oliver teams up with "The Canary" (Caity Loitz) for the first time. The first sneak peek from the landmark episode has arrived, but will Oliver be able to take down Sebastian Blood without the aid of his mask?
Next Tuesday will see Felicia Day returning to 'Supernatural' once more as her ever-popular pop culture junkie hacker Charlie Bradbury, throwing a "Slumber Party" with Sam and Dean that takes the trio to 'The Wizard of Oz,' of all things. We've seen the photos, but check out Day's return in the first clip from next week's all-new 'Supernatural' installment "Slumber Party!"
This week’s all-new ‘Arrow’ installment mashed together a plethora of major DC names in both minor appearances and name-drops, some more unexpected than others, as we learned that a previously off-limits ‘Batman’ figure would figure prominently into the ‘Arrow’ mythology. Compounding ‘Arrow’’s already DC-heavy roster of characters, the reveal got us thinking about Marvel’s own TV continuity tie-in ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,’ and begging the ultimate question: Which is making better use of its source material?
This past week's all-new 'Arrow' installment "Broken Dolls" made for some major DC name drops along with its introduction to Black Canary, but we haven't seen anything of the character yet. Next week's "Crucible" will finally see Oliver Queen teaming up with the mysterious blonde vigilante, and we've got the first photos of the explosive hour to prove it!
This past week's more Castiel-centric 'Superantural' installment "I'm No Angel" dropped some heavy emotional moments between the characters, but next Tuesday's "Slumber Party" will feel much lighter, both literally and figuratively. Not only does Charlie (Felicia Day) return, but the boys discover the real-life Dorothy trapped in their wall, fresh from a visit to Oz!
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its third episode of the year with “Broken Dolls,” as Oliver Queen teams with Officer Lance to find a doll-making serial killer, while Moira's trial takes a shocking turn, and Roy pursues Sin ('The Killing''s Bex Taylor-Klaus) to find the mysterious Black Canary vigilante, revealing ties to some major DC players along the way.
Last week’s ‘Arrow’ episode “Identity” saw Oliver facing both Bronze Tiger (‘The Dark Knight”s Michael Jai White) and China White (Kelly Hu), while Sebastian Blood (‘True Blood”s Kevin Alejandro) attempted to ruin the Queens' reputation, and Roy Harper finally made contact with the vigilante, so what does the third episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Will Oliver finally become the hooded hero we know from DC comics?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2's DC heavy episode 3, “Broken Dolls!”
'Arrow' has long had a history of picking top genre stars for its own, and it seems the acclaimed CW drama will be re-lighting the 'Firefly' once more. Following Summer Glau's turn on the Green Arrow drama as DC villain Isabel Rochev, Glau's former onscreen 'Firefly' brother Sean Maher will portray the villainous DC bomber Shrapnel in episode 10.
‘Supernatural’ season 9 summons its third episode of the year in “I'm No Angel,” as Castiel struggles to adapt to the challenges of humanity while on the run from the angels, and Dean is forced to make a difficult choice in the pursuit of his fallen friend..
Last week’s ‘Supernatural’ episode “Devil May Care” saw Sam and Dean team with fellow hunters to battle a reformed Abaddon (Alaina Huffman) recruiting demons to her cause, while Kevin Tran locked wits with Crowley back at the base, so what does the third season 9 episode bring? What new challenges will the Winchesters face in the coming year?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Supernatural’ season 9 episode 3, “I'm No Angel!”
Though last week's 'Arrow' installment "Identity" may have left Oliver Queen in a pretty pickle, it's nothing against the creep factor of his latest Starling City foe. The CW has released the first official clip from this week's "Broken Dolls," the first to star 'The Killing' vet Bex Taylor-Klaus as DC character Sin, though we'll have to hope she doesn't end up with a fate quite as icky as our new villain's methodology.
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