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The Boys’ Jensen Ackles Relives a Classic Supernatural Moment

In celebrating The Boys Season 3, Supernatural alum Jensen Ackles brings fans back to one of the show’s greatest behind-the-scenes moments.

Supernatural alum Jensen Ackles just brought fans back to one of the show’s most iconic behind-the-scenes moments.

The actor posted a video on Instagram where he can be seen brandishing a new hat for Season 3 of The Boys on Amazon Prime Video, while nodding his head along to music. Ackles will be portraying the comic series’ twist on Captain America, Soldier Boy, in the upcoming season. However, the track playing in the background reminds fans of one of Ackles’ more famous on-set hijinks that was so good, it made it into the end credits of an episode.

The song heard is none other than Survivor’s hit song from 1982, “Eye of the Tiger.” In Episode 6 titled “Yellow Fever” in Season 4 of Supernatural, Ackles’ character Dean Winchester had a close encounter of the ghost kind, the side effect of this particular specter causing him to experience heightened levels of fear and anxiety (deemed “ghost sickness”) throughout the episode. Dean is caught by his brother jamming out to the track while laying down and trying to relax in the front seat of the show’s iconic 1967 Chevy Impala.

During one take while filming the scene, Ackles gave a lip sync performance like no other. The take was included at the start of the episode’s end credits, a big title card reading, “Supernatural Presents Jensen Ackles.” We then see Ackles moving from intense air drumming, to climbing out the window of the Impala and eventually landing on the car’s roof and playing the air guitar on his leg, all while rocking out to the track. Jared Padalecki, who plays Sam Winchester, can be heard laughing with the cast and crew in the background, who all applaud once Ackles has finished his solo performance.

While the video may not be as lengthy or elaborate as the episode that aired in 2008, it certainly brings fans and members of the Supernatural family back to the show’s earlier years. The series finally ended after a fifteen-season-long run last year with the episode “Carry On,” referencing another rock song intertwined with the show, Kansas’ 1976 hit “Carry on Wayward Son”, which played for the opening recap of nearly every season finale except for the show’s first.

While Supernatural has ended, a spinoff prequel series The Winchesters is in the works, with Ackles set to narrate and serve as an executive producer. Ackles will also be seen as Soldier Boy in Season 3 of The Boys, which has yet to receive an official release date on Amazon Prime Video, but the series’ other two seasons are available to stream now. All 15 seasons of Supernatural can be streamed on Netflix.

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