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, but he’s able to stay in touch with them thanks to today’s technology.The 33-year-old actor shared a new video, sponsored by Minute Maid, in which he Skypes with his wife Genevieve Cortese and their two kids – Thomas, 3, and Shepherd, 23 months. I miss rocking them back to sleep when they wake up in the middle of the night.” “Wonderfully, we can always video chat so I can see them and talk to them. I’ll even feel guilty about letting Genevieve down,” he added.
Here on Multipelverses we try to take the high road and not spend time bashing people for their performances.We will poke at characters and storylines but generally we try to be nice about the people playing the parts, but I have to make an exception.I have seen numerous interviews with the showrunners from Supernatural who think that the problem with casting women on Supernatural is that the fans just don’t want to see any women with the boys. Personally I have enjoyed a lot of the women who have come and gone in assorted episodes over the seasons.Most memorable from the first season was Nicki Aycox and her portrayal of the demon known as Meg.Meg was a smart and sassy demon and when she was exorcised we saw a glimpse of the real girl who was being tormented and trapped through possession and it was the first time on the show that the guys realized they needed to look at the people that demons possessed- not just the demon.When Nicki returned this season for the excellent episode “Are you there God its Me Dean Winchester” it was this girl who confronted Dean and made him feel for the girl he’d failed, not the demon who took her over.
Nicki was excellent in showing that this was a separate person and we knew it was not her demonic possessor. In one of the series’ fan favorite episodes- Sam was possessed by the demon “Meg” and when he was, he took on some of her less charming traits, taunting and threatening very much in the way that Nicki did.
Jared’s study of her portrayal made his transformation believable. Jeffrey Dean Morgan as John Winchester at the end of season 1 was taken over by the yellow eyed demon and that was the first time we saw him as more than just the shadowy figure looming over Sam’s crib.
When season 2 opened, Fred Lehne took over the role and took the glimpses of the pure evil that we saw when he was in John come to the forefront as he made a deal with John.
His YED was such a strong character that Fred was kept on to appear in the two final episodes of season 2 and his shadow has been cast over the entire series.
This year in season 4, YED made an appearance in the episode “In the Beginning”.
He was played by two different actors- first by Christopher Mc Cabe who played YED in the guise of the man bringing deals to folks outside of Lawrence, Kansas.