Now that Dean is human again and the boys have hunted some werewolves and been to a musical about their own lives, it's time for the boys to have a new adventure. The next episode, titled "Ask Jeeves," promises lots of hilarity as the boys find themselves in a situation that could end up looking very much like the movie, Clue.
Here's the official episode synopsis from the CW:
Dean (Jensen Ackles) is surprised when he checks Bobby's cell phone and hears a message that says Bobby or his next of kin have been named as a beneficiary in an heiress' will. Hoping that means extra money, Dean talks Sam (Jared Padalecki) into hitting the road to claim their fortune. However, what they encounter at the house is far from a treasure chest. John MacCarthy directed this episode written by Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder.
Based on the synopsis and the photos from the episode, we're predicting there will be a few scenes reminiscent of the famous whodunit.
Just take a look at the photo below. The guy in the suit (not the tux) is definitely a cop of some kind. We'd bet our lives on it.
If there's a cop snooping around, chances are it's because a crime has happened. If it's supernatural-related or not, the boys will still need to hide it from the real authorities. We think Sam will be the one to do that. Doesn't he look a little shady in this photo?
An inheritance, a mansion, a crime that needs to be hidden — all of these add up to a suspicious, wealthy wife. Did she kill her husband to get his money and is now trying to keep Sam and Dean from getting it? We don't know, but we do know that Dean looks awfully suspicious of the woman in this photo.
Poor Dean probably needs a little relaxation after coming from being a demon. But take a look at the photo below and see how the maid is eyeing Sam. So, she could end up going for either one of them.
One of the best scenes in Clue came when the group had to hide a dead body from the authorities. They went through all kinds of shenanigans to keep the secret and we can't wait to see Sam and Dean do the same thing.
Talk about hilarity. Can you imagine Sam and Dean splitting up into separate groups and each one tearing all over the house looking for the murderer or monster? So can we, and that's why we want to see it.
In Clue, Mrs. Peacock always tried to keep the peace and act appropriately in any given situation. But when things got crazy, she also lost her mind a little bit. We can so see Sam stepping right into that role.
Through most of the film, Mr. Green walked around like he had no idea what was happening. But underneath his clueless demeanor, he was actually a guy in complete control. That definitely sounds like Dean to us.
Because this scene just has to happen. We don't care how or when or to whom.
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