‘Supernatural’ Season 9, Episode 14 Spoilers: Watch Snooki Talk To Sam, Dean In Extended Teaser Trailer Video!
By Sara Guaglione | February 13, 2014 05:40 PM EST
"Supernatural" season 9, episode 14 won't air until Feb. 25, but until then check out Snooki talking to Sam and Dean Winchester in the extended teaser trailer video below!
"Supernatural" season 9, episode 14 is titled "Captives," and airs on Feb. 25. The teaser trailer gives away a couple of spoilers: Snooki from "Jersey Shore" is going to make a guest appearance!
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The official synopsis for the episode reads: "Sam and Dean are shocked to discover that the Men of Letters' bunker is haunted. Their investigation leads them to a storage facility where the demons are keeping a prize possession. Meanwhile, Castiel is captured by Bartholomew."
The extended teaser trailer video gives a couple spoilers, and hints that we'll get to see "the unexplained, the unhinged, the unforgiven, and the un-Shore" in the upcoming episode.
Then, in a bizarre twist, Snooki from "Jersey Shore" shows up and tells Dean and Sam, "what happens in Hell, stays in Hell."
You have to see it to believe it!
"Supernatural" season 9, episode 14 airs on Tuesday, February 25 at 9:00 PM EST on the CW.
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