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Supernatural: “Our Little World” Preview + Misha Collins Talks S11

Photo Credit: Katie Yu/The CW

Photo Credit: Katie Yu/The CW

Amara (in “Thin Lizzie”): “Bye, Dean. I’ll see you soon.”

Soon becomes tonight with Supernatural‘s latest episode, “Our Little World.”

Photo Credit: Katie Yu/The CW

Photo Credit: Katie Yu/The CW

All four series regulars are in this one. The episode’s big question: Will the boys be ready to face Amara? Sam and Dean are on a mission. But this is episode six of Season 11. There’s no way they’re going to do much harm yet, right? They don’t know what she’s capable of and they don’t know how to hurt her. Amara’s growing fairly rapidly and that’s scary. I’m anxious to see what damage Sam and Dean feel they can inflict. Or will they be the ones to come out of this whole thing bruised and battered?

Photo Credit: Katie Yu/The CW

Photo Credit: Katie Yu/The CW

In Vancouver, Jensen talked about Dean’s connection to Amara. Even if the brothers get close to her, he’s not going to be able to do anything, right? Maybe Dean doesn’t understand exactly what she meant when she said they can’t hurt each other. Shouldn’t he tell Sam that this may be a possibility? Or is there some way to use Dean’s connection to bring down Amara? Inquiring minds want to know.

No way can the Winchesters do this alone. Thankfully, Sam and Dean make a call.

Official CW Synopsis for “Our Little World”

Supernatural -- "Our Little World" -- Image SN1106a_0334.jpg -- Pictured (L-R): Jared Padalecki as Sam and Jensen Ackles as Dean -- Photo: Katie Yu/The CW -- © 2015 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo Credit: Katie Yu/The CW

METRATRON RETURNS — Castiel (Misha Collins) seeks out Metatron’s (guest star Curtis Armstrong) help to stop the Darkness. However, Metatron is pretty happy with his new life as a freelance videographer for the local news and isn’t inclined to help the Winchesters (Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles) or Castiel. Meanwhile, Crowley (Mark Sheppard) is losing his hold on Amara. John Showalter directed the episode written by Robert Berens.

Photo Credit: Katie Yu/The CW

Photo Credit: Katie Yu/The CW

So Cas turns to Metatron for intel, who’s a videographer for the local news. Hilarious. Why can’t I stop thinking that Metatron is a lot like Jake Gyllenhaal’s creepy ass character in Nightcrawler? Anyway, it’s our first Meta sighting for the season. While The Darkness is priority, I’m wondering whether the demon tablet is a topic of conversation. Meanwhile, Crowley seems to lose sight of Amara. Does that mean he’ll connect or clash with the Winchesters over the location of this terrible “teen?”

When TV Goodness was in Vancouver, we took part in group interviews with the cast. We’ve already shown you a lot of what Jensen and Jared had to say. One of the clips I really enjoyed was their debate over whether The Darkness is evil.

Next up, Misha Collins. This Season 11 chat took place in mid-October right before “Baby” aired, so there’s a lot of talk about that awesome episode. Much like Jensen and Jared, Misha was bruised up thanks to TV magic. We do our best to extract some info on what’s coming up later this season. But there’s not a lot he could give away.

In the second part of Misha’s interview, he first addresses whether there’s fallout from Sam and Cas hiding the fact they made a deal with Rowena to remove the Mark (now the secret is out, that is). He also talks about Jensen as director.

Supernatural airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on the CW.

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  1. All four series regulars? For real?Jared and Jensen are the stars and leads. Misha and Mark are the regulars who only appear in some of the episodes.

  2. Michelle Lashuay says:

    Jensen and Jared are the two major leads yes, but Mark and Misha are a very big part of the show and chemistry that makes it work

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