"Fallen Idols" - Jensen Ackles as Dean, Paris Hilton as herself in SUPERNATURAL on The CW. Photo: Jack Rowand/The CW

"Fallen Idols" - Jensen Ackles as Dean, Paris Hilton as herself in SUPERNATURAL on The CW. Photo: Jack Rowand/The CW

Tonight was a new episode of Supernatural. The episode was called Fallen Idols, and it guest starred Paris Hilton.

The episode started out with a cool car. It was no 67 impala, but it was still pretty awesome and shiny. I don’t know too much about cars, or care about them…. But haunted cars get my attention. Anyway, so the car was a porche named Little Bastard, and was supposedly James Deans’ car.

I might be in the minority here but I really wish the title screen for ‘SUPERNATURAL’  had black smoke instead of what I assume is red blood in water. MOVING ON!

This episode kept being awesome because the boys once again mentioned The Colt. Things are coming full circle, and I love that The Colt is back in circulation. I just wish they’d mention Jo again, or like, uh – show her again? Pretty please?

How dumb are cops? Pretty dumb on this show! The cops decided someone murdered someone even though the video tape of him showed him totally shocked in his reaction to the murder? I understand they could think someone was faking being shocked, but when you add in that with the force used there was no way a person could have killed the victim… Well, oh well. I’m being too picky.

What is the significance of the Little Bastard car? The boys are led to believe the car that killed the victim was the James Dean car – which is a cursed car. Once they ruled this out, I was still left wondering if James Dean’s car still missing… But that’s a mystery for another time! I really love Dean’s reverence for cars. When he was talking to Sam about Little Bastard he said, “Don’t look at her, she might not like it!” Classic. But the car we will always love most is that 67 chevy impala, right? YES.

When a man was attacked by Abe Lincoln I thought it was weird because of the way Linc was addressed – like a fond friend. If I saw Abraham Lincoln I’d probably say “WTF?” instead of “It’s…you? You’re supposed to be dead!” But when we learned out that this man was a big fan of Lincoln this made much more sense.

The story led us to a Wax Museum which is awesome because Jared Padalecki was in the remake of House of Wax. Even better? Jared was in that movie WITH Paris Hilton – who is also in this episode. Ooooh, I love it. But I loved Dean telling someone that he and Sam were going to write about, “How Nonsucky Wax Museums Are.” Oh, Dean. And then Dean put on Abraham Lincoln’s actual hat, which shows that while he respects cars he thinks hats are just funny. And so do I. I can never pass up trying on a funny hat. Although a super old one like that might skeeve me out and I’d have to immediately go wash my hair. Yes, I do carry Purell in my purse, why do you ask?

If we want to love on Dean more we could mention that he called Gandhi “smurf-like” and “squirrely”.

Around the middle of the episode I was a little dejected that there was no new twist for the episode. I figured there wasn’t going to be anymore twists, that they really were just ghosts and the remains had to be burned. Oh, I was SO fooled. I should have seen how much time was left in the episode, too.

Dean needs to be less stubborn when Sam has a point, even with all of my Dean love for this episode I was still slightly annoyed by him when he ignored Sam’s logic about how they weren’t dealing with ghosts. You know what Dean and Sam need? They need a Couples Retreat! Like the movie that I MUST see this weekend, who wants to go?

When Sam said to Dean, “It made me feel strong, like I wasn’t your…” I was SO expecting him to say “Bitch“, but he said “little brother”. Whatever. 😀

I’m pretty positive that there is a Sarah Michelle Gellar wax doll with her as Buffy. And how great would it have been if it had been SMG as Buffy in this episode, instead of Paris Hilton? “Buffy attacked us!” would be awesome to say, or whatever – they would make that line more clever, but you get my point? Sadly, Gellar has been preggo and just had her little baby recently, so even if she’d wanted to do the episode I doubt she could have.

Fallen Idols came together plot-wise very well. When Sam had said that he felt that Gandhi (the fruitarian!) had wanted to take a bite out of him – he really did! Oh Sam, you Gandhi lover.

What can I say about Paris Hilton? I enjoyed the idea of her character – which was her but not her – deciding to pig out. and I really want to say how, “Paris Hilton sure lost her head on the Supernatural set”.

In the end, Sam and Dean both seem hopeful for the future. Even if they know they’ll go out fighting. What do you guys think? Do you think Sam and Dean will survive this season? With this possibly being the last season, anything could happen. The episode that started out highlighting the significance of a car, ended with the significance of a car. All in all, this was a fun episode.

Make sure to read my Supernatural “The End” Review.

I have a friend who keeps asking me about Zack on Bones. Who cares what happened to Zack on Bones (Zack Addy) when so much is going on with the Winchester brothers on Supernatural? AHHH!

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