The sixth season of Supernatural kicked off last Friday with "Exile on Main Street," which showed Dean living a normal life (or at least trying to) and Sam returning to his brother's side--but not for good. Â Sam left to continue hunting with their relatives, the Campbells, while Dean stayed with Lisa and Ben.
"Two and a Half Men" Promo
"Sam investigates a case about missing babies whose parents are being murdered. Â At one of the crime scenes, he discovers a baby that was left behind and calls Dean for help. Â Reluctant to leave Lisa and Ben, Dean finally agrees to meet Dam ands surprises his brother with how parental he has become. Â The brothers take the baby to Samuel, who decides to raise it as a hunter, which infuriates Dean. Â However, before they can decide the baby's future, a shape-shifter breaks in and attempts to kidnap the baby." (IMDB)
The promo (below) shows a woman with a bloody arm and her baby underneath a bed, scared. Â Next Sam is shown driving and calling Dean for help, who says he's out, but Sam tells him, "make an exception." Â It turns out the mother was killed and the baby kidnapped. Â Dean is shown watching the baby in a motel room, but then Sam calls and tells him that the baby is a monster and Dean is shown being thrown across the room.
Sneak Peek - Sam Needs Dean's Help
The sneak peek (below) is the scene where Sam calls Dean because he needs help on his latest case. Â Even though Dean says he's out, he's still salting the windows. Â Sam "threatens a drive-by," and Dean wants to know why. Â Sam's answer is apparently enough to get Dean to agree to meet him. Â When Dean shows up, he looks in the backseat of Sam's car, and Sam tells him, "Welcome to the party, Guttenberg," referencing actor Steve Guttenberg and the 1987 movie, 3 Men and a Baby.
This episode is the return of the shape shifter, a creature the boys have faced in the past. Â But now supernatural beings are acting differently, at least according to Samuel, whoÂ isn't what he seems. Â It'll be interesting to see how that comes across in terms of the shape shifter, since the djinns in the season premiere were able to blend in as humans. Â It's not too much of a stretch to have Dean as being fatherly--John left him alone with Sam when he went on hunts when the Winchester boys were young. Â But how do you think he's going to act when he's stuck taking care of a monster baby?
What do you think of the promo and sneak peek? Â Will you be watching Supernatural on Friday?
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