Supernatural News: Guest Star Leigh Parker Talks Turning the Camera on Sam and Dean

Because there are many Supernaturalists out there, I’m going to post about it, even though it’s posted probably everywhere else, but hey, they don’t have my unique commentary on this blasted show that is so tasty with its male leads as well as humorous/freaky/icky with its stories.

Sure, the show hasn’t been as… what do you call it… riveting as it has in seasons past, but there’s no denying it does have its moments.  So, what’s on the agenda for our boys?  Apparently, they’re going to be in front of the camera… again.

On “Bitten,” Sam an Dean are investigating a bizarre murder in a college town. They believe they are closing in on their suspect, only to find two more dead bodies and a laptop cued up to some disturbing video footage, which kick starts the real action of the episode.

This footage begins with Brian (guest star Leigh Parker), Mike (guest star Brandon W. Jones), and Kate (guest star Britni Sheridan) hearing about an unusual animal attack in their town and the rest of the story is revealed through their eyes.

“Brian and Michael are best friends — they go to college together — and Brian is a budding filmmaker trying to figure out what to make his film about,” Parker told Celebuzz.

“They meet Kate, and the three of them sort of become a trio, and there’s a bit of a love triangle that we enjoyed playing with. And some things happen where they hear there was an animal attack. Brian gets really excited by this, because he’s like ‘OK, this is what I can make my movie about!’ There are some deaths in the town, and it starts to get a little bit scary, but Brian is out to document it.”

Ah, yes, we need another love triangle in the fandomverse, because apparently there aren’t enough.

Well, at least it’s not involving the main characters (although I’m sure there are many who would just love to see that – you freakin Destiel and Wincester fans).  What will we get of Sam and Dean?

But don’t fear, Sam and Dean girls! This may be a Sam and Dean lite episode, but it is not devoid of them completely. Not only did showrunner Jeremy Carver say the episode is “book-ended” by them, but they also pop up in a bunch of Brian’s footage.

“Brian catches Sam and Dean in the background. They hear some of their conversations and actually find a few clues as to what’s going on by overhearing what they’re figuring out about what’s going on,” Parker said of the show’s usual heroes.

Supernatural airs on The CW on Wednesday nights at 9 PM.

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By Nat, the Geek Girl

Southern California native who likes movies, books (Shadowhunter Chronicles, NA, YA fantasy, Red Rising series), TV shows (The Sandman), and San Diego Comic-Con. I also like to write, but don't get to do much of that aside from on here. I fell into the BTS rabbit hole, and I refuse to leave.