Next week on “Supernatural,” we’re going to have the worst thing (or the best thing?) to happen to slushies since “Glee” first got a hold of them. They will be subjected to some pretty difficult treatment at the hands of one Misha Collins’ Castiel, who is still struggling to figure out how to live as a normal human.
In the weeks since we last saw Castiel on the show, he has taken on a new gig for himself working as a gas station employee, trying to make a living in the same way that many other normal people do. Heck, there’s a part of him that may actually be starting to enjoy it … with one major problem: He’s still a wanted man by most of the angels out there. They still have him listed as scapegoat #1 for what happened to them with Metatron, and he is going to face quite a reckoning because of it.
It is thanks to a surprise situation while on the job next week in “Heaven Can Wait” that Castiel decides that he does need to call on the Winchesters for some help, which is nice in that he’s not showing any bitterness here towards them for not letting him live with them. But, based on the synopsis below, there is at least an interesting solution worked out here to keep one angel and another currently inhabiting Sam’s body away from each other.
“Castiel (Misha Collins) gets a job at a Gas-N-Sip and actually starts to enjoy life as a human. A headline in the local newspaper about some disappearances in the area catches his eye, so he calls Dean (Jensen Ackles) to help him investigate the case. Dean knows he needs to keep Sam/Ezekiel (Jared Padaleck) away from Castiel, so he tells Sam that he and Kevin (guest star Osric Chau) need to stay and work with Crowley to decipher the tablet. Crowley agrees to help Sam and Kevin but in return he wants one phone call to hell.”
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