Before you get too excited, let me just tell you that this isn’t a legit crossover. It’s not like Sam and Dean hear about some hardcore vampire action going down in this tiny town in California, then set up shop once they realize how much evil hangs around the Hellmouth, and then they meet Buffy and friends and spend the rest of forever hunting with the Scoobies. It’s also not like I’ve thought about it or anything.
No, it’s a lot smaller than that (and of course I’ve thought about it). What happens is Charisma Carpenter, the lady who played Cordelia, and James Marsters, the man who played Spike, are playing a married couple in an upcoming episode of Supernatural. The episode will be the fifth to air of the new season, and the plot is described as “Bewitched gone wrong.”
I can’t wait, I absolutely cannot. Can we get to nerding out over these two shows right away please?
Just last Saturday, Jensen Ackles and Danneel Harris got married. And what other way to celebrate than by promoting television shows?
This week, the two have been in New York, doing interviews and talking to corporate sponsors and not really honeymooning at all. Jensen is promoting Supernatural while Danneel is all about a new show on NBC, Friends With Benefits, so tough break, One Tree Hill fans (if any of you still exist).
I’m not trying to start shit, but is this weird to anybody else? And isn’t Jensen looking a little rough?
On a somewhat related note, after a daiquiri/margarita slumber party and a few hours of crying alone in the dark, I’ve finally watched the rest of season five of Supernatural. It’s kind of remarkable how a TV show can make me so dead inside, but at least I have a good few months to mourn before season six starts up. Thanks, everyone who told me it was a good idea to catch up. It really, really was. If you want to fangirl in the comments, I’m totally down.
Jensen Ackles (Dean from Supernatural) and Danneel Harris (some chick from One Tree Hill) got married last night in Dallas. The news was announced just a few hours before the wedding, probably to prevent a large number of crying teenagers from showing up and making a scene.
Do you guys watch Supernatural? If so, high five, and if not, get on that. I love it so much, not only for the hot brothers, but also for the beautiful angel, the hilarious father figure, and the shenanigans that take place. I stopped watching it sometime this season though, right after the episode titled “Abandon All Hope” because that’s precisely what I did. Supernatural doesn’t even care, it will rip your heart out of your chest and shoot it with a sawed-off shotgun, and I adore it.
Thanks for getting married yesterday and giving me an excuse to mention your show, Jensen Ackles. I really appreciate it!