Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Meta Madness

On Michael Ausiello's TVLine he was asked if there would be any more meta episodes of Supernatural. Sera Gamble responded by saying, "We have not put the kibosh on meta. It’s completely about somebody pitching a story that would work for us.” Sera said the French Mistake would be hard to top but adds, "I thought we were never going to be able to do meta again long before ‘The French Mistake.’ And then that got pitched, and we had to do it, of course. I wouldn’t be surprised if at some point in Season 7 or beyond, someone pitches something that enables us to do a fun episode like that again.”

Okay, so what kind of meta episode would you like to see? How would you break down the fourth wall?


Captioned photo credit: Tim Surettte, TV.com

7 comments:

Natalie J. Damschroder said...

I don't know if I can think of any new ways they could do it, but whatever they come up with, I know I'll love. I mean, as Sera said, before "The French Mistake" I thought they'd probably be going to far to do any more, and that was one of my favorite episodes of the season! :)

TerriClark said...

I agree with everything you said. I'd just like to see Jim do part of a meta episode. Something that shows him like the flirtatious ladies man he seems to be. :)

Natalie J. Damschroder said...

Oh, yes! I can't believe they've all circled around him! LOL

Theresa Meyers said...

Can you imagine a meta episode where they have to hunt after themselves? What if they boys were chasing shifters who take their form and are doing all the public appearances and what not around LA and they are trying to navigate around it, avoid the papparazi, fans etc. who are really after the shifters, but don't know it.

rosalielario.com said...

Okay, I'll be the one to say it: my vote is for any episode that requires them to keep their shirts off a good majority of the time.

TerriClark said...

Theresa, that's an awesome idea! We need to get Sera to read these comments. ;)

Rosalie, I like your thinking!

Natalie J. Damschroder said...

Teresa, that's genius! I love it!

Hear, hear, Rosalie! :)