Five cameos in Supernatural that you might have missed by a blink
Over last 14 seasons, Supernatural has, hands down, been the most thrilling and a path breaking series that has kept the audience glued to it until the last season. Brothers Sam and Dean Winchester have been giving us goosebumps while slaying demons, ghosts, and vampires on Supernatural. And, while they have rocked the screen with their charm and acting, we can’t miss out on some of the great cameos which are worth talking about. While Supernatural comes to an end with the last and final, season 15 being aired on AXN, lets pay a tribute to some of the popular cameos who played an important part in the show, taking it a notch higher.
The demon named Ruby was a fairly major player in Supernatural during the early years. From seasons three through five, Ruby by turns helped and hindered the Winchester boys. Several actresses portrayed Ruby, including the talented Katie Cassidy. Maybe you know her as Juliet Sharp from Gossip Girl, or maybe you know her as Laurel Lance from Arrow, The Flash, and DC's Legends of Tomorrow. The point is, Katie Cassidy has got quite the list of impressive acting credits under her belt, and we think it's fair to say that her guest role as Ruby in Supernatural helped put her on the map.
Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi
An episode of Supernatural with Jersey Shore's Snooki as a crossroads demon? Now that's good casting! She stars in season nine's episode Blade Runners and this was a cameo appearance that totally came out of left field, but it blindsided us in the very best way. Snooki's sassy crossroads demon was a fun little addition to an already awesome season. The episode is worth re-watching just to catch her memorable performance.
We never thought we would see the day when Paris Hilton was a guest star in an episode of Supernatural. But, sure enough, that was a thing that happened, and when it did, we were amazed by how great it was. In season five's episode titled Fallen Idols, Paris Hilton guest stars as a Leshi, a shape-shifting pagan god that feeds on its worshipers. Sam and Dean finally corner the Leshi in a showdown that takes place in a wax museum. The Leshi, in the form of Paris Hilton, meets its end when Sam beheads it.
Before she was Maggie Green in The Walking Dead, or Rose in The Vampire Diaries, or Juliana in Archer, or, well, we could go on and on listing Lauren Cohen's acting credits, but the point is, before she was any of those characters, she guest starred as Bela Talbott in Supernatural. Bela was a con-artist, and a good one, too, even if she wasn't always on Sam and Dean's side. After making a crossroads deal in her teens, Bela's life was cut short when the infamous hellhounds came for her. The lesson? Don't sell your soul, otherwise you'll get turned into demon dog food. Remember that, kids.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Jeffrey Dean Morgan guest starred as John Winchester, throughout the first season of Supernatural. He was pretty much M.I.A. the whole time, though, deliberately avoiding his sons, and only appearing at the end of the season to help them take down the yellow-eyed demon, Azazel. Not gonna lie, we suffered from some pretty strong secondhand daddy issues because of the things John did to Sam and Dean. But, thanks to the series' recent 300th episode, fans finally got some closure. At last, the Winchesters were able to clear the air by sitting down and enjoying a nice family dinner - an epic moment in the show's history, and one that hit fans square in the feels. Consider our hearts thoroughly warmed.