Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles talk Supernatural in a new interview and tackle topics like what’s coming up for Sam, how the series should end, the return of the Impala and much more. Beware of spoilers.
Watch this video interview from Zap2It, where Jensen and Jared talk about the end of the show, wrap parties and more:
It’s one of those episodes, I’ve had a few of them, like the one in the panic room, and ‘Heart’ — there are a few episodes that I’ve read and they’re so Sam-heavy and intense, that I want to really give it its honor and its justice. I want to workf on it as hard as I can. I usually try to read forward as much as I can, but in this case I’m just trying to be true to what’s going on.
This episode, of course, also sees the return of Misha Collins, one of the actors the show lost earlier this season. Another tough loss was Bobby, played by Jim Beaver, and Jensen reflects:
I was kind of speechles. I mean, it’s not really my place to be part of the conceptual part of the show. That’s not what I get paid to do and it’s not in my job description, but it was hard for me not to want to pick the phone up and be like ‘Are you crazy?!’ But you know, at the end of the day, the reason that we’re still here nearing 150 episodes is because of that creativity that comes from that writing, so I trust that they know what they’re doing and I hope that they find a way to reintegrate the character at some point.
He also talks about the loss of the Impala and whether it’ll return:
I want everyone to know that that’s something that I’m unhappy about! I’ve been asking the same question! [The fans] might want to start a petition of some sort.
So… if you could choose one, Bobby or the Impala, which would you want to come back to the show (not to put you on the spot or anything)?
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