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That’s The Show I Love! Supernatural Gets Real with The Book of the Damned

I was so unspoiled for this week’s Supernatural episode, thanks to an insane few weeks at work, that I didn’t even know who had written it. 4,101 more words

Jensen Ackles

The Dog

I look down at the soft brown eyes, sparked with such boisterous anticipation the room is alive. I smile, the soft brown eyes blink, the tail gives a few taps on the floor… thump… thump… the anticipation grows. 691 more words

Supernatural S10E18 Recap: Book of the Damned

We return from a Supernatural hiatus to episode 18, “Book of the Damned.” Only a few more episodes until the end of Season 10. Best to savor each one. 2,682 more words

Recaps & Reviews

Geek & Sundry Post: Awesome Supernatural Guest Stars

I’m over at Geek & Sundry today talking about some of my favorite guest stars from Supernatural. I didn’t realize just how many amazing guest stars have come through this show until I started trying to compile this list–let me tell you, narrowing it down to a manageable number proved to be crazy tough! 384 more words

TV

How Felicia Day and Wil Wheaton used an Internet board game show for charity

Nothing says party like playing board games on a Saturday night, right?

Well, that’s what nerd mainstays Felicia Day (The Guild, Buffy the Vampire Slayer… 329 more words

Celebrities

Are WonderCon Glory Days Already in the Past?

It was a weekend of hellfire and brimstone, and geeks on parade.

It was the only place in the country where you could find scowling street preachers, moms and dads with cute, little Jawas in tow, gender-bending Harley Quinns and Hulks, and ladies in anime finery that made all but the perviest of amateur photographers blush. 823 more words

TableTop Day: Felicia Day, Wil Wheaton urge you to 'play more games'

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Settle into a comfy chair and break out your lucky dice — it’s time for the third annual International TableTop Day, brought to you by Geek & Sundry, and noted board game enthusiasts Felicia Day and Wil Wheaton. 385 more words

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