To my poor watchers who don't watch Supernatural - ignore this. To those who do, and who have seen this episode (mid-season six), feel free to comment with your thoughts!
This was the kind of episode that you expect to be really, real funny, then takes a gigantic turn on you. Jesus. I mean, I was laughing so hard tears were coming to my eyes, but I ended up getting kinda freaked out the minute they killed Misha. I mean, obviously the real-real actor was fine with it, as was everyone else involved in the episode (who died, anyways), but… yeah, seeing all that stuff happen as acted by the real actors, playing their characters who were playing themselves playing their characters… ugh. Wow. Great episode; it was really well done, and it had me in stitches most of the time, but then… yeah, there was a lot of really unnerving stuff about it. I can imagine some parts being a little odd for the actors to do, even joke about. Then again, they are all great actors, and I'm sure they just had a ton of fun. After all, it was basically an episode that let the actors make fun of themselves and each other.
Still, though. Seeing Misha Collins get stabbed to death was a little much for me. I was relieved to see Sam and Dean back in their right universe, even if knowing that Cas was in on it the whole time made it all the weirder.