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As much as I love fashion (and loved The September Issue!), I don’t think I love it more than eating or having a home. Sure, this would be one hell of a resume plumper, but something tells me does someone with $42,500 to spare isn’t worried about scoring that high-paying dream career. Just a theory. Whatever, it’s for charity, right? But on that note, there are a few seemingly menial jobs I’d pay that kind of money for, including:
+ Jensen Ackles’ wardrobe lackey on Supernatural (only if it means I get to dress him…literally)
+ Rain coordinator on Smallville (spoilers).
+ David Boreanaz’s “Cocky” belt buckle shiner on Bones.
+ Nick Offerman’s mustache comber on Parks and Recreation
+ Jane Lynch’s tracksuit presser on Glee
Your turn, PopWatchers. It’s Friday. Let’s kill some time.
this report, Sookie — the name of Anna Paquin’s heroine on True Blood, of course — is the hottest rising baby name for girls in 2010. On the boys’ side, Castiel, which happens to be the name of an angel played by Misha Collins on the CW’s Supernatural, tops the list.Get ready for a lot more Sookies in the world. No, I’m not referring to the seemingly unstoppable trend of heroines torn between two vampires. According to
While it’s possible that people just like those names, their rise to the top within a few years of both characters’ TV introductions seems more than coincidental. Looks like fans of True Blood and Supernatural‘s devoted cult following are procreating and indoctrinating their kids into fandom before they can even speak! The geeks shall inherit the earth, indeed. Personally, I think Misha Collins’ Twitter minions are behind his character name’s growing popularity.
PopWatchers, have you or would you name your child after a fictional character?
more than 1,000 responses. After the jump, you’ll find a poll representing 45 of the most popular and/or passionately-pitched picks. Declare your favorite. Then visit our gallery of 25 Flashback Episodes You Love for a trip down memory lane. READ FULL STORY »When we asked readers to name TV’s best flashback episode, we got
all with the bitchery last week, and I admire the fact that many of you came to the show’s defense in pointing out that last week’s episode was intended to air before the one that took us into the hiatus. But they aired the way they did, and it really didn’t work for me. I was worried. Luckily, that’s in the past, and this week Supernatural and I are officially no longer in a lover’s quarrel. The boys were back… for real this time. READ FULL STORY »My mind has been blown like little Sammy’s fireworks. That’s an episode. Now, I realize I was
I love Supernatural. Tacked to the wall of my cubicle is a picture of Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki staring at me through the windows of the Impala. And I have been fighting depression throughout hell-atus like everyone else. That said, “Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid” was, in one (not Webster-recognized) word, meh.
First, my top three gripes (because this isn’t the American Idol judging panel so I don’t have to start on a positive note): READ FULL STORY »
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