Supernatural Season 12 Episode 10: “Lily Sunder Has Some Regrets”
Created by Eric Kripke
Directed by Thomas J. Wright
Written by Steve Yockey
Starring Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, Mark Sheppard, Ruth Connell The CW
Air Date: Thursday, February 2nd 2017, 8:00pm
Last week on Supernatural, Sam and Dean (Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles) were in solitary confinement for the attempted assassination of the president (Lucifer in a president meat suit). Torture they could handle, but the loneliness of solitary, marked by etchings on a wall and a gross food tray were too much for them. They called on Billie (Lisa Berry) to get them out via death, and they came back to life on a morgue table. They got out but still needed help, so called Castiel and Mary (Misha Collins and Samantha Smith), who had been looking for them frantically, while hunting in between. The latter two called upon the Men of Letters for help, and they did… almost too well. When Billie came back for her price (a Winchester), Mary stepped forward. But Castiel killed Billie, and Dean is pissed about possible “cosmic consequences.”
DIRECTED BY: Barry Blaustein
WRITTEN BY: Peter Himmelstein
STARRING: Michael C. Hall, Sarah Silverman, Rainn Wilson, Ben Schwartz, Judy Greer, Kate Mara, Alicia Witt, Taraji P. Henson, Stephen Tobolowsky, Ron Rifkin, Lewis Black
RELEASE DATE: March 25, 2011 (limited)
Ah, family. That’s what it’s all about, right? Spending time with the ones that you love as often as possible; sharing life and memories and laughter with them in the short time we’re on this beautiful big rock.
OK, so that’s what it’s about for a lot of people — it’s not so true for others. Like the Meyerowitz family, for example. Every single year they gather on their father’s birthday to celebrate the man that made them who they are today. Unfortunately, on this particular birthday gathering, one of them has the others not so happy and emotions are running high and hot.
Peep World is a movie about one person’s success at the expense of their own family. Nathan Meyerowitz (Ben Schwartz), an author whose book has gone on to massive popularity, skyrocketing him to the top of the world, is living the good life. The only problem is that his book is a tell-all, and it does not shine a positive light on his mother, father, two brothers, and sister.