I hate to deliver bad news to Supernatural fans, but tomorrow night’s episode, entitled “Heaven and Hell,” is the final installment of the series until January 15.  Don’t worry, we’ll get through the long Winchester-free drought together, and I promise we can drown our sorrows with copious amounts of turkey and egg nog during the holiday season.  Before we wave goodbye to the demon-hunting siblings, we can look forward to “Heaven and Hell,” which is bound to be full of twists and turns.  It’s not often that creator Eric Kripke writes an episode, but when he does you can bet it’s going to be a nail-biter.

To get fans ready for tomorrow night’s Supernatural, we have some clips from the big episode.

The CW’s official episode description reads: “Anna remembers her past and Sam and Dean finally understand why Castiel and Uriel want her dead.  However, they disagree with the angels’ orders and try to help Anna restore an important part of her past so she can be saved.  Meanwhile, Alastair and his demons continue to close in on Anna and the brothers.”

Dean (Jensen Ackles) definitely loves to use the word “gank.”  Someone should put together a video montage highlighting the numerous times the term has been uttered on the show.  The first clip from “Heaven and Hell” finds the boys facing off with the angels over their desire to gank Anna, which obviously doesn’t turn out very well.  Those heavenly beings are pretty powerful, and the Winchesters are just lowly humans.

Sassy psychic Pamela Barnes is back, and she’s just as hot for the Winchesters as ever!  It’s good to know that going blind hasn’t slowed her libido down.  She arrives to help the gang face off against the angels, which is an idea she’s rather excited about.  Castiel did burn her eyes out, after all.

“Dean Winchester gives us Anna by midnight or we hurl him back to damnation.”  When Anna overhears the angels passing that message, she realizes that things are really getting serious.  Sam (Jared Padalecki) wants to know if there’s any sort of weapon that can kill an angel, but Dean would rather figure out a less violent solution.

Supernatural‘s final episode of 2008 airs Thursday at 9pm on the CW.

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– Don Williams, BuddyTV Staff Writer
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