Finally after much speculation about her role on Supernatural, Paris Hilton appeared on the show as a supernatural creature (what else!) on the episode Fallen Idols last week. Jokes had been making rounds for months ever since her appearance on the show was confirmed as to what she would do on the show. Despite making appearances on best TV shows like –How I met Your Mother, My Name is Earl, Veronica Mars, OC, The Hills (and I am discounting her appearance on 1Night In Paris) it does not take a nuclear scientist to figure out that she is no actress. Watching the episode, it hit me that Eric Kripe’s decision to cast her was not as insane as it appeared three months ago.
Her appearance at the end of episode provided laughter, action and lastly the social commentary, justifying the title Fallen Idols. For all her faults, Paris is a great sport as most of the jokes were made at her expense. There was a mention of Paris Hilton’s My New BFF, The Simple Life, her sex tape, her little dog and not to miss a very tongue-in-cheek reference to House of Wax.
For those who love to hate Paris Hilton and what all she stands for, the bloody, gruesome death scene turned out to be a cathartic fantasy. Sam took five chops to severe her head, spraying her blood like a fire hydrant. As if that was not enough, her head was shown rolling around the floor. Even if this failed to satisfy the anti-Paris brigade, nothing else ever will.
Talking about pigs, Paris has upgraded to pig keeping after spending millions of dollars on her dogs and their lavish living quarters (too spectacular to be called kennel). Her $4, 500 Royal Dandie pig will be delivered to her next month.