It's Wesley Crusher vs. Codex. Who wins? C'mon, man! Who do you think?
Supernatural's favorite hacker is back... again. Felicia Day's returning for round three.
We knew we hadn't seen the last of Charlie Bradbury. Felicia Day's heading back to Supernatural. The actress returns to The CW hit and gets Sam and Dean to step out of their comfort zones. Through Charlie, they're introduced to the wonderful world of LARPing (live-action role-playing).
We've got good news for Supernatural fans. Everyone's favorite geek girl is back. Felicia Day is reprising her role as Charlie Bradbury on The CW series. With her return, expect the show to seriously explore some live-action role playing.
Joss Whedon is the creator of Buffy, Angel, Firefly and Dollhouse, writer and director of The Avengers, a living geek legend and one of the most sought-after filmmakers in the world right now. But today he may have met his match in the form of a massive monster straight from the mind of a 5-year-old boy.
After stints on everything from Eureka to Buffy The Vampire Slayer, geek goddess Felicia Day is set to pop up in this Friday's episode of The CW's Supernatural. Judging by a just released clip, it seems she fits the bill of adorable hacker quite nicely.
To celebrate the launch of her Geek & Sundry YouTube Channel, Felicia Day has reunited the gang that gave us "Do You Wanna Date My Avatar" for "I'm the One That's Cool," the sort of rock-revenge, fist-pump anthem makes you want to turn it up with your Prius' windows down.
We just love Supernatural, and we also love those Winchester brothers, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) and their awesome Impala. You know what else we love? We love the Whedonverse roster of guest-stars the show has had over the years, including fan favorites James Marsters, Charisma Carpenter and Amy Acker.
The Guild and Dr. Horrible star masterminded a series of action-fantasy vignettes based on the Dragon Age videogames—and Day fashioned herself as a bad-ass elf out to whack an evil mage. And in the sixth and final installment there is some smooching, slicing, and the unintentionally gropey undead.
Felicia Day—who's joining Eureka as Dr. Holly Marten for season 4.5 of the Syfy series—admits that her character is "not the most functional or social person"—but as a behind-the-scenes interview reveals, she can still be a heck of a lot of fun!