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Supernatural Casts Nate Torrence To Play Sam's Imaginary Friend

Rain Varela | PopWrapped Author

Rain Varela

Updated 09/29/2015 7:10am
Supernatural Casts Nate Torrence To Play Sam's Imaginary Friend | Imaginary
Media Courtesy of HitFix

The Supernatural boys, Dean and Sam Winchester, are no strangers to encountering weird and out-of-this-world beings. So far, through ten seasons, they have met everything from talking teddy bears to Dorothy, of The Wizard of Oz fame, herself.

But what if they end up encountering a being that they just made up as a kid?

This is the premise of an upcoming eleventh season episode, aptly titled 'Just My Imagination', wherein the brothers will meet Sully, Sam's childhood imaginary friend. He will be played by comedian Nate Torrence, best known for portraying Wade Bailey in HBO's Hello Ladies. Torrence was recently seen in Fox's comedy, Weird Loners, and he also appeared in the films, She's Out Of My League and The Big Year.

With Torrence involved in this episode, it stands to reason that this may end up as one of the series' more light-hearted outings, comparable to the iconic 'Mystery Spot'. Speaking of that episode, Richard Speight, Jr., who played the trickster in 'Mystery Spot', direct this upcoming episode. Seriously, though: the resurrection of the trickster/Gabriel would also be a great idea!

Supernatural's 11th season is set to premier on October 7 at 9pm on the CW.


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