The cake was from Cristina’s in Ketchum, music was provided by the James Gang band, and Kirsten Shultz was the photographer on the big day.
One of the lines in [last week's episode] is, "I used to be human, and I still remember what it feels like." Maybe she was being manipulative, sure, but maybe there's also truth to it.
TVGuide.com: Lately, fans seem to be more accepting of Ruby. Cortese: Probably because you now can see where she's come from.
The Ritters are facing challenges of their own even as they reach out to help Kris.
Patriarch Henry Ritter and his daughter Jean are in a critical stage of their battle to save the ranch from financial ruin.
And what's it like shooting a love scene with Jared Padalecki? TVGuide.com: Were you warned coming onto the show that its fans can be a bit, um, "discerning" when it comes to the women in the Winchesters' lives?
Genevieve Cortese: It was kind of TVGuide.com: Did you bother to take any cues from the previous Ruby, Katie Cassidy?
"Cortese: If you look at Katie's last episode, you see that while Ruby's not responsible for Dean going to hell, she does have some guilt about it.
I wanted to use some of that, though not as a sympathy card.
Or did you figure the character would simply be who you make her to be?
Cortese: It's funny, because when I auditioned for it was for "a love interest." I didn't know I was going to be playing Ruby until I got the job.
Cortese: Yeah, I was really excited for that episode. That's what I paid attention to — "Wow, she'd even jump into a new body for this guy. " TVGuide.com: Will this week's episode, the last before the break, leave us with a big cliffhanger?