Official Synopsis for Episode 5.12, “Swap Meat”

Looks like the chill of hellatus is warming … we’ve got another official synopsis for episode 5.12 titled “Swap Meat.” I’ve put it after the jump to protect those who don’t want to be spoiled.

SAM’S BODYSNATCHED! — Gary (guest star Colton James), a teenage nerd, conjures up a body-switching spell and changes bodies with Sam (Jared Padalecki).  Thrilled by his new handsome and built body, Gary (now Sam) investigates a case with Dean (Jensen Ackles) and takes advantage of his good looks and age by hitting on women and getting drunk.  Meanwhile, Sam is stuck in Gary’s teenage body, dealing with intrusive parents and high school.  Bob Singer directed the episode written by Julie Siege with story by Julie Siege, Rebecca Dessertine and Harvey Fedor (#512).

News posted on January 7, 2010 Comments (95)


  1. awesome!

    Comment by Daldos — January 7, 2010 @ 11:57 am

  2. Meh :/ I don’t really like the concept of this episode.

    Comment by Danny — January 7, 2010 @ 12:32 pm

  3. This should be cool they are finally doing a body switch ep little disappointed that it’s not Sam and dean switching bodies but should still be interesting

    Comment by Robin — January 7, 2010 @ 1:01 pm

  4. Interesting and a chance for Jared to stretch his acting ability once again and change his character. I love when he does that and have no doubt he will be fabulous. More comedy for him, too. I really love when he does comedy. I am excited for this episode. Only two weeks left of this hiatus. YEAH!!!

    Comment by Jane — January 7, 2010 @ 1:04 pm

  5. It sounds really intersting, but I wanted him to change bodies with DEAN!! It would of been alot better & probably funnier too! Anyways, can’t wait!


    Comment by Gr19 — January 7, 2010 @ 1:32 pm

  6. i don’t like the body swap idea at all and I’m sorry but i can’t understand why anyone would want to see that… especially after reading this synopsis… sounds a lot like “Freaky Friday” from 2003 and that “movie” totally sucked!
    Of course I’ll watch it and hope the episode can switch up (haha) my mind but until then I’m more like “Ugh” :(

    Comment by skysurferin — January 7, 2010 @ 2:38 pm

  7. I wonder how long it will take Dean to twig that there’s something strange going on with Sam and that Sam is not Sam?

    Comment by Silvertayl — January 7, 2010 @ 3:29 pm

  8. I agree that a body swap between the brothers would be awesome. Judging from the spoilers, I had hoped it would happen this time. However this episode has a lot of potential. We’re not used to see Jared/Sam hitting on women – that’s Dean’s job – so it should be fun to see Jared playing so out of character. Try to imagine Dean’s reaction to such an unusual behavior from his brother!Besides, Jared’s very good at doing comedy. All in all, it sounds interesting enough to me.

    Comment by Andrea — January 7, 2010 @ 3:31 pm

  9. wow…this is the got to be the most filler episode spoiler ive read. another filler episode…nice going kripke..he is DEFINITELY running out of ideas. i can tell this episode is like the ‘Real Ghostbuster’ always thought that Swap Meat was a summary of dean in sam and sam in dean. sucky episode already..*sigh*

    Comment by Lelouch — January 7, 2010 @ 3:48 pm

  10. I think this ep sounds pretty good. It is good to see the actors switching up their roles a bit. And I bet Dean is going to have the most freaked out look ever when he sees Sam hitting on women! It’s also going to be interesting to see Sam acting like a teenager. But the other half that I am interested in seeing is what the other “Sam” is going to be like trapped in a teenage body! I mean, can you imagine having this big mission and all and then being told that you have to be in bed by 11?! That’s going to be cracked. Can’t wait for this ep.

    Comment by Jessica — January 7, 2010 @ 3:51 pm

  11. Hilarious. Looking very much forward to the episode. Jared is amazing in comedic situations! Plus, I like the comedy episodes and amazingly they often drop new pieces of info about Sam and Dean and/or the whole mythology arc before we realize it.And.. Directed by Bob Singer, woohoo!


    Comment by Jo — January 7, 2010 @ 4:17 pm

  12. Fail.

    Comment by HausofGlass — January 7, 2010 @ 4:32 pm

  13. HausofGlass and skysurfing, I really hope that after watching the episode, you won’t dislike it as much as you do now.

    I agree that the funny episodes should be over already since there are few episodes left till the fianle. But, I won’t critize the episode yet, It might have some Apocalyptic elements to it.

    Either way I can’t wait!!!

    Comment by Gr19 — January 7, 2010 @ 5:04 pm

  14. Im sorry that sounds pretty lame too me… o darn.. but im sure some jared fans will be excited to see this.. ;)

    Comment by Jen — January 7, 2010 @ 5:16 pm

  15. Interesting … I guess. But they got everyone psyched up for the whole idea of switching between the brothers. That would’ve been a bit more interesting, I think. (Especially if they had in any way tried to play into the main storyline.)

    Comment by Megan — January 7, 2010 @ 5:26 pm

  16. Looks good to me. Julie Serge seems to know Sam and Dean well, and I still think the comedy bit with the killer car in Fallen Idol was one of the best segments of the series this year. Good to see her tackle a full comedic episode. Padalecki has truly developed into a gifted comedy actor. I’m sure he will pull it off well. And, of course there is always Ackles; I’m already laughing about how he will react when seeing what he thinks is Sam be an out-of-control teenager. I’ll bet the real teenage Sam never had a wild moment. Changing Channels was funny because of the creative segments; this sounds more like Bad Day at Black Rock or Mystery Spot where the J&P can just have a good time. Looking forward to it.

    Comment by CaseyT — January 7, 2010 @ 5:31 pm

  17. If someone else is in Sam’s body, can that person say yes to Lucifer?

    Comment by trina — January 7, 2010 @ 5:52 pm

  18. OMG!!Sam’s trapped in a teenage body!!! that sounds hilarious…I can’t wait to see Sam acting as a teenage boy hitting on women competing with his big bro Dean ..This would be good fun to see how Dean is going to react on his ‘teenage bro Sam’..Can’t wait for this ep..another comedy one !!!I love all the comedies I can get from the gorgeous Winchesters boys!!!

    Comment by Raiko — January 7, 2010 @ 5:58 pm

  19. So glad to hear that the writes weren’t actually foolish enough to put Sam and Dean in each other’s bodies. Sounds a lot better than the alternative, though I’m still not entirely convinced about this episode. Now I can actually look forward to this episode, instead of dreading it! :D

    Comment by Mindy — January 7, 2010 @ 6:08 pm

  20. It realy dosnt sound that good but you have to remember that the synopsis for this show are pretty inacurate sometimes.

    I would still rather they have an episode that gives something to the main arch.

    Comment by james hetfield — January 7, 2010 @ 6:17 pm

  21. sucks (
    we want Dean/Sam bodyswap.

    Comment by danashulps — January 7, 2010 @ 6:40 pm

  22. I feel like Sam is going to straighten out the geek’s life a bit. Have people look at him differently, and when all is back to normal, the geek will thank him for it.

    Comment by Dani — January 7, 2010 @ 7:24 pm

  23. Awesome !!!!

    Comment by Maisie — January 7, 2010 @ 7:48 pm

  24. im just not interested in filler episodes like these. im more interested in the MAIN series story line episodes. not some episode where the brothers have to gank a ghost in some stupid conventiono paris hilton? you kidding me? more SUPERNATURAL plz!! and not FILLER SUPERNATURAL

    Comment by Lelouch — January 7, 2010 @ 8:17 pm

  25. OMG!!!! I CANNOT WAIT!! This is gonna be freakin hilarious!!!!!!!!! AHHHH! Only like 3 weeks too!! HELL YEAH!!

    Comment by Rachel — January 7, 2010 @ 8:50 pm

  26. Trina, that is a very interesting idea! We have already seen that Sam’s powers are tied to his body, not his mind in last season’s episode with the reapers. So it would make sense for Lucifer to go after Sam’s body and get the ttenage kid to say yes. It would also force Sam and Dean to move more quickly to get the bodies switched back.

    Comment by Laura — January 7, 2010 @ 9:45 pm

  27. Once again, it’s Sam who gets to be the victim.

    Somebody get the guy a rabbit’s foot, he’s such a jinx :D

    Comment by Sapphire — January 7, 2010 @ 10:37 pm

  28. Yeah I don’t know the synopsis does not sound that great but I am sure the episode will be good as usual. The writers rarely let us down we should have faith in their ability more I think. Looking forward to FRESH shows but not looking forward to the end of the series :(

    Comment by Rene — January 8, 2010 @ 12:01 am

  29. Sounds funny as hell

    Comment by theshadowinfaith — January 8, 2010 @ 4:18 am

  30. It’s not Dean who gets bodysnatched?!!! Impressed, I am impressed! (I am being sarcastic by the way) But seriously Im glad Jared will get some funny time. I know he keeps saying that he doesnt do funny and that he’s better with the drama, but what he doesn’t know is that he does funny VERY well!

    I am FREAKING excited!!! :D

    Comment by Julie — January 8, 2010 @ 4:53 am

  31. Julie, I share your sarcasm. Much as I love Jensen and admire his acting abllties, I think Jared is underused. So it won’t hurt to give him some opportunities to show his talents from times to times. And to those who are complaining about this being a filler episode with no connection with the main arc, look again. According to spoilers, this Gary kid is a satanist. I bet this is an attempt to get Sammy to say YES while somebodby else is using his (gorgeous) body. Finally, I remember a similar episode from the X-Files when Mulder switched bodies with another guy and was forced to live the other guy’s life. Actually, it ended up being a very funny episode.

    Comment by Andrea — January 8, 2010 @ 5:18 am

  32. Heee….. Everytime someone complains about something and then write “*sighs*” I remember the Hookman from “The Real Ghostbusters”. Supernatural writers really know their “fans”, LOL!
    This episode will be awesome and don’t be so sure it’ll be just a filler episode. Remember that 5.06, 5.08 and others seemed to be and they WEREN’T! If you don’t like the funny aspect of the show, go and watch “Abandon All Hope” ten times after that. *Roll eyes*

    Being a filler or not, I’m sure it’ll be amazing!

    Comment by Shaula — January 8, 2010 @ 5:27 am

  33. Thanks Andrea :)

    I believe the same, and I honestly have a feeling that the sypnosis isn’t telling us everything about this episode (like they usually do)… Someone wrote that this is the most detailed sypnosis we’ve ever had, which means that the writers are keeping us in the dark with a few more details.
    My point is I do believe that funny episodes can have myth arc meaning. Mystery Spot is the best example. Let’s not judge a book by its VERY small cover (while some of us do know about a spoiler that came out a while ago about this episode) and let’s wait until it airs before complaining about it being myth arc or not. I sure have learned my lesson this season about doing this (I admit I wasn’t ready for Fallen Idol but the boys did share a “honest” moment in that one.)

    … 13 Days before we get new episodes! Woot!

    Comment by Julie — January 8, 2010 @ 6:18 am

  34. I don’t like the idea of a body swap episode at all; but at least it’s not Sam and Dean. That would be really terrible.

    Comment by bestshowfan — January 8, 2010 @ 6:50 am

  35. Forgot to add after reading all the comments: I surely, surely hope that we do not have to suffer through a moment of Dean catching Sam in a “teenage boy” moment. Had enough of those references already.

    Comment by bestshowfan — January 8, 2010 @ 6:58 am

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  37. well it looks like we got our body snatching episode but it’s not exactly how we wanted it! >:(

    Comment by Angela — January 8, 2010 @ 8:05 am

  38. Gr19, I hope you’re right. I do hope this turns out to be a good episode. But I’m just a little filler-ed out right now :p

    Comment by HausofGlass — January 8, 2010 @ 8:23 am

  39. If the episode is anything like that synopsis then it will a load of rubbish. Another one to add to the ever growing list of season 5 crap.

    Comment by Kevin Lee — January 8, 2010 @ 8:59 am

  40. I don’t get all the criticism, I really don’t. Especially when it’s based on a very short synopsis. Why don’t we just wait and see? As far as I’m concerned, at least this particular story will focus on the brothers and only on them, with no angels – I hope – involved. This simple fact is something to be happy about.

    Comment by Andrea — January 8, 2010 @ 9:24 am

  41. From what Misha said in an interview he is not appearing until episode 13, so no angels involved and I SO agree with you Andrea the focus will be on the boys (and yeah, some random kid *giggles*) and Im sure that there’s more to this episode that meets the eye just yet!

    Comment by Julie — January 8, 2010 @ 9:37 am

  42. Kevin lee if u don’t like season 5, DON’T WATCH IT!!!

    Comment by jim bob — January 8, 2010 @ 12:47 pm

  43. I just wanted to point out that we might get our Dean/Sam body swap after all. Maybe there’s going to be a HUGE complication when Dean tries to get Sam back in his body! That could make an interesting turn of events. Think back to Heaven and Hell and that synopsis… never pointed out that Uriel killed the angels.

    Very off subject, but has anyone listened to that “Oh Death” song from Jen Titus lately from the main promo for Season 5? Very interesting how it fits with the season where we are now.

    Comment by Bradley — January 8, 2010 @ 1:34 pm

  44. Ahhh no! Oh well. It’ll probably be funny as hell, but I’ve been wanting Sam and DEAN to switch places. Not Sam and some random kid. Either way, I’m excited. Perhaps there will be complications and Sam and Dean switch. A shame that they are putting the idea of a body swap towards this…

    Comment by Rarrrrgh — January 8, 2010 @ 7:57 pm

  45. i’d love to be in sam’s body..

    Comment by Lora — January 8, 2010 @ 8:43 pm

  46. Jim Bob, please, grow a soul in this life and not wait for the next.

    I have not stated at any point that I don’t like season 5. I’ve stated that it’s been the lowest in quality of all the seasons and that it’s had it’s fair share of crap.

    There is a world of difference in what you are saying that I’m saying and in what I am actually saying, so please stop spinning things to push a point and grow a soul.


    Comment by Kevin Lee — January 9, 2010 @ 10:21 am

  47. Hahaha!!! That’s gonna be awesome!!!!! January 21st can’t come soon enough, WE’RE DYING HERE!!

    Comment by Katie — January 9, 2010 @ 10:40 am

  48. Kevin lee, u called it the ever growing list of season 5 crap. So that means that u called it crap aka bad aka u don’t like it. wow.

    Comment by jim bob — January 9, 2010 @ 12:16 pm

  49. There are many many moments of season 5 that I adore, Jim Bob, but there are quite a few episodes that I think are very low in quality. This however, doesn’t mean that I suddenly hate Supernatural, or season 5. It just means I think it can be do a lot better i.e. like Episodes 1-3 and 10. They’re of a good quality, but even those have their problems, and the episodes 4-9 are lacking any real substance and story and are clearly aimed at those who don’t think too much.

    Comment by Kevin Lee — January 9, 2010 @ 3:38 pm

  50. Well u could’ve said that in the beginning! By the way why don’t u grow a soul!

    Comment by jim bob — January 9, 2010 @ 4:59 pm

  51. Hmm, im not too sure how i’m going to find this, it could either be really good or crap.

    Comment by Kate — January 9, 2010 @ 6:01 pm

  52. ok this sounds like another cool little filler episode.ill bite.

    Comment by boogirl — January 9, 2010 @ 6:48 pm

  53. Andrea, you have a GREAT POINT!! I wish all of you who are “Closing the door before opening it” read that cooment(31).
    I’ve said it once, twice, and millions of time, Don’t Jugde a book for its cover. This episode may have some serious and important elements to it. So why the damn critizism if we haven’t seen this episode yet, MY GOD! Can we keep the negative comments till then PLEASE! Thank you!

    JimBob and KL, I like you both, So here’s a great advice for you both: Don’t read each other’s comments. Clearly you two will NEVER meet eye to eye, so in other words, STOP IT!!!

    Oh and KL, Opinios, ideas, and decisions, come from the mind, body & SOUL! Thats why we are who we are. Thats why there are many diffrences/dissagrements in this world-
    (Hence, you & Jimbob!) I thought YOU of all poeple knew that!!!

    Peace, GR19

    Comment by GR19 — January 10, 2010 @ 3:27 am

  54. Yes, I know I misspelled OPINIONS!


    Comment by GR19 — January 10, 2010 @ 3:29 am

  55. Kevin Lee: I don’t agree that those who enjoy the form Krepki has adopted attracts those “who do not think.” He is not telling a linear story of the apocalypse; he is telling the story of Sam and Dean. They grow, change in all circumstances. Even the apocalypse will not be doled out in a linear fashion with A following B following C. You are going to have to connect the dots and they aren’t going to be arranged for you until the end. The season could have been 22 episodes with each opening scene following the closing scene of the pervious episode– each clearly focused on the apocalypse. That would be soap opera and that would be boring and that would not require you to think.

    Comment by CaseyT — January 10, 2010 @ 8:34 am

  56. hahaha aww actually im a little dissapointed i wanted dean and sam to switch bodies…BUT this loooks funny

    Comment by Christina — January 10, 2010 @ 12:07 pm

  57. CaseyT, the point I made wasn’t about following an apocalypse storyline all the way through the season, it was simply about having episodes that are of a good quality, regardless of whether they are apocalypse related, or subplot related.

    Episodes 4-9, no doubt about it, whether anyone on here believes it or not, were mostly of a poor quality. This isn’t about what I prefer, it’s about what is of good quality and what is not.

    Episode 4- A human Castiel (when thought about is ridiculous) acting as a comedy piece. We could have seen Lucifer in Sam’s skin kicking ass or being grand for half of the episode. Instead we get Castiel being a wanker for half the episode and a couple of minutes for Lucifer. Bland, tired, boring and unambitious.

    Episode 5- A tired monster of the week episode with an even more tired performance from Paris Hilton

    Episode 6- An anti-christ plot-line so weak, that the episode would have been better off with it cut out. Quite clear that it was mostly a device for Sam to try and stop someone from doing what he did, which also was a weak subplot. I wouldn’t be surprised if we never saw that kid again. There’s also that pathetic argument put forth by Castiel to Sam. Oh, and the one dimensional, “we must sacrifice this person for the sake of everyone else.”

    Episode 7-By far the best episode from 4-9. Simply about 3 men caring enough for each other that they’re willing to put themselves on the line. The problem really isn’t the episode, it’s just that this episode came after 3 poor ones, 2 which didn’t concentrate on the apocalypse, and with this episode, many were itching for something more grand. I know I was.

    Episode 8- By far the worst episode of the series. Much better comedy found on the DVD gag reels. It was so unfunny. Then there’s the pathetic subplot about the (now pathetic) trickster being the pathetic angel Gabriel, along with the pathetic reasoning that Lucifer wants Sam and Michael wants Dean because Sam and Dean are like Lucifer and Michael. I shuddered it was that bad. Pathetic.

    Episode 9- Quite enjoyable, but not what one wants to watch after being disappointed for 5 episodes. Becky, and the self referential stuff needs to go. We want story, not plot-lines about Supernatural fans. That is just self indulgent, and wasteful. The monster of the week was again dreadful, too.

    Of course, even the weaker episodes had their plus points, but a few plus points in 6 episodes is not enough. I don’t mind if the show doesn’t constantly concentrate on the apocalypse. Hell, we’ve had a different kind of apocalypse every year. The problem this year, is there just hasn’t been enough going on between the brothers. Episode 11 looks to address this. I’m just dreading episode 12, because if that is bad, it’s quite clear that Kripke has lost his mojo and someone else needs to take over his baby, rapidly, before the entire season goes down as wasteful and a shambles, and the whole series ruined.

    Comment by Kevin Lee — January 10, 2010 @ 4:31 pm

  58. Kripke is no longer telling the story of Sam and Dean. He is telling the story of himself, the writers, and the fans. Supernatural and the Winchester brothers are dying.

    Comment by Kevin Lee — January 10, 2010 @ 4:44 pm

  59. A comment By Tiff from the “Is Supernatural jumping the shark” thread sums it up perfectly for me:

    “Well, it seems pretty obvious to me that Supernatural is on its last legs. As someone else said, where do you go after you do a showdown between Heaven and Hell? Back to ordinary monster-of-the-week? Most media writers want things to get bigger and bigger. They typically don’t want to shrink the scope down.

    That said, last season’s version of the angels was excellent. Very Old Testament, which I thought was a good thing. This season’s, not so much. In fact, they’re kind of pathetic now. Yeah, they had BigDaddy issues from their first appearance, but now they’re literally whiny. I knew things were going downhill when we got the Gabriel-runs-away-from-home episode. This is the Archangel Gabriel? One of the Big Four? And he’s a whiny coward?

    Honestly, that was more annoying than the murder-at-the-convention episode. I can’t get too excited about an episode where the show’s writers ridicule the more extreme fans, since so many other scifi/fantasy shows do it regularly (X-Files, Stargate, etc etc have all done it more than once).

    Now, I do like the portrayal of Lucifer. Sam and Dean are still good, too (I thought all the distrust and all was perfectly appropriate, all things considered). But the rest? Meh.”

    Comment by Tiff

    Comment by Kevin Lee — January 10, 2010 @ 5:04 pm

  60. Kevin Lee, Keven Lee.

    Impressive analysis, but you have to remember that this is YOUR opinion and that NOT everyone is going to agree with it. MANY, MANY of us LOVED “CHANGING CHANNELS”! Even Both Jared & Jensen did too. Look it up.
    I found that The Tricksters being an Angel was a very great twist to the story, cuz I would always wonder, why couldn’t they kill him nor why did Lillith, Azazel or any Demon ever call for him for help or why was he good enough to always let the brothers go. I believe Everythig felt into place once he was revealed. Too bad you hated it.

    I, as I said many times before, find this season to be great. Not as Dramatically thriller based as past seasons, but great nontheless. And so what if is diffrent, it still has great parts as you said. IF it remains constant it will just be boring. Just look at Smallville, is basically the same stuff, and its been around for 9 seasons!

    And I’m sorry KL, but you saying that Kripke is losing his Mojo is ridiculous. So what if he’s writing based on what we (the fans) think, I feel honorable and thankful that he takes our ideas in perspective. WE ARE THE ONE’S WHO WATCH THE SHOW DUMBO!!!
    And besides, he isn’t the only one who writes for the show Know-it-all!

    Peace out

    Comment by GR19 — January 11, 2010 @ 1:41 am

  61. “The problem this year, is there just hasn’t been enough going on between the brothers.” You know, I think Kevin Leigh has a point here. Feel free to disagree, but there’s been hardly any interaction, which used to be the show’s strongest point. We were promised that the main focus this season would be the mending of the relationship but instead what we see is the two of them looking distant and a bit cold towards each other. Even their unresolved issues are not addressed. Besides Dean seems to care more about Castiel than about Sam. Speaking of Castiel, sorry but his comic bits are not good enough a replacement for the brotherly dynamics. That’s one of the reasons why I didn’t like The End, except for the brilliant confrontation between Dean and Lucifer/Sam. Why couldn’t we have more of that? Another one I have problems with is Abandon All Hope. Don’t get me wrong, it did have great moments but it was mostly about supporting characters. Again not much between the brothers except for a little scene at Bobby’s library.

    The amulet is another issue. I’m not crazy about Castiel taking it away and how easily Dean let it go. I just hope they – writers – have a good reason for that.

    I have high hopes for the second half of the season though. After all I said, I still trust Kripke will remember what the heart of supernatural is: Sam and Dean.

    Comment by Andrea — January 11, 2010 @ 4:41 am

  62. Kevin Lee, I’m sorry I mispelled your name.

    Comment by Andrea — January 11, 2010 @ 8:48 am

  63. Agree wholeheartedly with Andrea. Kevin Lee: we actually agree about the quaility. The writing has not been up to standards. I would add 1 and 2 to you list of under-achievers–especially 1, which got the season off to such a thud. I agree about 7: first rate. I disagree about 8; Ok the comedy was adolescent but the concept and its execution by Ackles and Padalecki was excellent. All said, so far I’m just pleased that it is not as Dean-Castiel and their angels centered as season 4. At least, Dean and Sam have been the featured players.

    Comment by CaseyT — January 11, 2010 @ 10:49 am

  64. Its sad to say that for the first time since SN started I am not looking forward to an episode. There is nothing in that synopsis that has me excited. Its set up to make both boys look out of character.

    Dean hunting with this Gary kid? No way, Dean knows Sam inside and out. (Im talking about his habits like what kind of car he would steal or how he used the name Wedge Antilles). I can’t buy Dean wouldn’t know immediately it wasn’t Sam.

    I can’t buy that Sam would put up with just angsting about hanging out in a high school and parents while his brother is paired with an inexperienced hunter. Not to mention, Lucifer is asking him, so he’s risking the kid. Thats not Sam.

    Now, Kripke hasn’t let me down yet, and I have hope that there is some twist. Im holding tight to earlier spoilers that Sam was supposed to switch with multiple people, including Dean. Im hoping the above senario doesn’t take anymore than 2 minutes to play out,

    Comment by Im me — January 11, 2010 @ 4:14 pm

  65. GR, a few points:

    – Smallville lost the plot not because it had a constant storyline, far from it, but because they ran out of ideas and started airing superfluous and superficial episodes. This was around seasons 4-5. Unfortunately, Supernatural has adopted similar tactics with its fifth season.

    – I stated that if episode 12 is a bad one, then Kripke has obviously lost his mojo. Episode 12 hasn’t been and gone yet so your statement (“And I’m sorry KL, but you saying that Kripke is losing his Mojo is ridiculous”), is null and void until the episode has passed, and if it’s a dud.

    “So what if he’s writing based on what we (the fans) think, I feel honorable and thankful that he takes our ideas in perspective.” – GR

    – Could you please point out to me which ideas from the fans that Kripke has brought into the show? He’s not writing based on what the fans think, he’s been taking the mickey out of the more extreme fans. I really don’t see the connection.


    Thank you sharing your humble nature with me…

    “And besides, he isn’t the only one who writes for the show Know-it-all!” -GR

    Obviously not, he has a team of writers, but he oversees and rubber stamps every script.

    One last thing, can you please stop referring to me as “know it all”. I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t know it all. Apart from Supernatural that is, and Psychology, and Philosophy, and esoteric knowledge, and… ;)

    Comment by Kevin Lee — January 11, 2010 @ 6:04 pm

  66. Have to say I’m with Kevin Lee for the most part. And it bugs the hell out of me because I am so invested in this great story, in this tale of two fascinating brothers. It actually makes me sad to see some of the downhill swoops, because I care enough to want the quality, the focus, the crux of this show to remain high and to stay on the brothers. I did not like the Trickster re-do into Gabriel. I don’t want any more fan references or jabs, or any more Becky. I don’t want any more awesome angels of the Lord as comedic weaklings. I want Sam and Dean to talk to EACH OTHER, to haul ass down the road in that awesome car, with some Bad Company blaring, to take on their adversaries, to be the heroes. Kripke, your awesome story is worth saving.

    Comment by bestshowfan — January 11, 2010 @ 8:57 pm

  67. Dang it, I got so aggravated, I used the word “awesome” twice. How boring. I herewith change the last sentence to “Kripke, your AMAZING story is worth saving!”

    Comment by bestshowfan — January 11, 2010 @ 9:01 pm

  68. Well thanks KL for reading my comment.
    As for your last statement, You always have something smart to say and your comments are always so well analyzed with big o’ll fancy words, that one would think your a geek or a know-it-all. So if you don’t mind being called a geek nerd ect.., I would gladly change my nick name for you HA!. Thanks for not getting insulted by my funny insults. Cuz they are all in fun. I disagree with youabout everything KL, but I do respect you too. So don’t push you luck:)

    And as for all of you disliking the season so far, All I can say is, lets hope, (I hope) that the episode “Sam Corrupted” and future one’s, anwer all our questions and erases our doubts.

    I do hope too that, season five turns out to be just as great, or better, than previous seasons, if not, then I do hope(again) for a season six, so it can regain its strength!

    Peace Already!!! Gr19

    Comment by GR19 — January 12, 2010 @ 2:32 am

  69. “I don’t want any more awesome angels of the Lord as comedic weaklings. I want Sam and Dean to talk to EACH OTHER, to haul ass down the road in that awesome car, with some Bad Company blaring, to take on their adversaries, to be the heroes.”

    Bestoshowfan, amen to that! ;)

    Comment by Andrea — January 12, 2010 @ 4:31 am

  70. i like the idea and even the so called filler episodes i enjoy as it provides a lighter side……and i find them quirky……or maybe i am the quirk for liking them not quite sure on the semantics of it all……all i know is i have loved the show from start of season one to now…..some episodes that are gripping and deep are my favourites …..deans pact with the crossorads demon……all hell breaks loose part 1 and 2 absolute favourite….but the light comical interludes now and again are refreshing to see sam and deans characters growth and comraderie……always smile inducing…..looking forward to swap meat…..

    Comment by todreaminblue — January 12, 2010 @ 4:38 am

  71. This little fan girl is hoping that the number of filler eps that their having points to a sixth season that they weren’t expecting :D. I love some of their comedy eps and they’re my some of my favorite but I’m ready to get on with the drama, remember the worlds about to go up in smoke. So can someone light the match already?

    Comment by Research Girl — January 12, 2010 @ 9:15 am

  72. I prefer the drama episodes myself, but I insist that Swap Meat might not be the filler/comedic episode everyone is thinking. Take a look at the information we have so far. First there is this Gary kid who takes Sam’s body – good taste, by the way. ;) Said kid is a SATANIST. Then there is some Nora girl who has a crush on Gary and – guess what – she is taken by a dark force. Well, what does it sound like? It’s almost obvious to me: Sam, as Gary, is in danger to say YES. It doesn’t look comic to me.

    Comment by Andrea — January 12, 2010 @ 10:28 am

  73. Gotta love a good comedy episode

    Comment by Jordan — January 13, 2010 @ 7:29 am

  74. I agree with Andrea about how comic the episode will be but i also think the begining of the episode will be light and then turn darker as it goes on. I also agree with Bestoshowfan too super dark and serious eppisodes and comic eppisodes seem to be poping up more and more instead of the balenced awsomeness that had everything. Sam and Dean do need to talk at least to put some ideals of what they are doing to try to find some way to kill the devil.

    Comment by james hetfield — January 13, 2010 @ 5:49 pm

  75. UGH NOOOOO!!!! he can not steal sam body boo i love sam i don’t want some geeky kid running around in his body i always get worried when sam and dean arn’t together i mean what if this kid doesn’t know how to fight and dean needs backup i mean this kid isn’t gonna know anything about that stuff its gonna suck

    Comment by Megan — January 19, 2010 @ 6:53 pm

  76. Can’t wait to see this episode..sounds freakin fun

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