'Supernatural' Interviews: Misha Collins and EP Robert Singer Discuss Human Cas and the Fallen Angels
'Supernatural' Interviews: Misha Collins and EP Robert Singer Discuss Human Cas and the Fallen Angels
Carla Day
Carla Day
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
Castiel is human and Angels have fallen from Heaven. That creates a conflict on Earth that will be explored throughout Supernatural season 9. This summer, Misha Collins (Castiel) and Executive Producer Robert Singer spoke with reporters about Cas' challenges as a human and the battles that will be fought.

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Check out the full video interviews and highlights.


Misha Collins Interview

Highlights from the interview:

  • Human Cas is a "different version of Cas," but "it's not a dramatic break. It's not like a switch has been thrown." It's not like when he went crazy, became God, or became Jimmy. 
  • He's the same Cas, but he has to learn to cope and live as a human. His learning includes human biological functions to "what does this mean my purpose on the planet is."
  • Cas gets frustrated. He can't teleport, so it takes weeks for him to get from one place to another. 
  • He still knows stuff, but "beyond that he's useless."
  • "He's so useless. He doesn't have a purpose."
  • At the beginning of the season, Cas is running and hiding from the fallen angels. He's powerless to fight them head on.
  • "I'm not telling you." in response to whether Cas has any allies. Hmm....
  • Collins didn't get to keep the Cas toy from the episode when the Anti-Christ turned him into a toy. They made two of them, but they wouldn't let him keep one. 
  • Collins tells story about Jensen and Jared taking their favorite clothes at the end of season 1. "So now they have a log on the door of the wardrobe trailer."
  • The question of whether Cas would want to be an Angel again is addressed in season 9.

Executive Producer Robert Singer interview

Highlights from the interview:

  • The Fallen Angels have all of their powers, except for their wings. They can't teleport, but they can smite and heal. 
  • There are different Angel factions which leads to fights. Some want to stay and others want to find a way back to Heaven.
  • Crowley is missing. There's infighting between Demons.
  • We will see Angels from previous episodes return. 
  • Metatron will be seen around half-way through the season. He's lonely up in Heaven. The non-Angels are still up there, including souls. His story will be during second half of season.
  • Jim Beaver (Bobby) comes back in an unexpected way.
  • Demon Blade and Angel Blade are still around. Having one is a big deal.
  • Felicia Day (Charlie) will be in episode 4 and in another couple episodes.
  • Episode titled, "Dr. Dean Little" - He will be able to talk to animals.
  • There will continue to be a lot of conflict between the brothers and Cas. Season 9 will be heavily character driven.

Supernatural airs on Tuesdays at 9 pm ET on the CW.

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