Jensen Ackles, Felicia Day, Supernatural


Supernatural is getting a shot of estrogen tonight!

You see, Dick's got a hard drive that needs some special attention.

(Get your mind out of the gutter! We're talking about Leviathan leader Dick Roman, who's trying to crack some very dangerous code.)

Dick hires unsuspecting hacker Charlie (Felicia Day) to break the firewall—while Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) race to intercept the geek goddess .

Besides her hacking skills, Charlie and Dean do some heavy flirting. So does the elder Winchester finally have a new ladylove?

Deep breaths, aspiring future Mrs. Winchesters. Charlie actually plays for the other team, and although she is very flirtatious with a security guard, she is coached by Dean (who better than the seductive sensei himself?) through an earpiece.

"I think it's pretty funny," Felicia told us about her lesbian character's interaction with the brothers. "It's cool that she doesn't go for guys because it adds an interesting dynamic between her and the boys. They are such larger-than-life presences onscreen and off."

But which star has the greatest presence—Jensen or Jared?

"Well, that's a provocative question!" Felicia laughed when we asked her who she thought was the cutest. "I think they both have amazing assets. I would hate to have to pick one over the other. If I was going to be on the cover of a romance novel with one of them it might be, Jensen—maybe it will be all three of us!"

Joining the male-oriented show "was definitely overwhelming at first," Felicia admitted. "It was a big blast of testosterone in my face when I walked on that set. It is such a guy set—Jared and Jensen are such guys, in a great way, but I didn't know how to deal with it." Felicia centered herself by channeling her "smartass" character, she said, adding, "The guys actually centered me as a person as—they were so welcoming and so friendly."

"When I take a role I want to make sure that role is something my fans want to see and it's going to fit in my universe really well," said the Joss Whedon favorite (Buffy, Dr. Horrible, Dollhouse). "I've always wanted to be on Supernatural—to me that is like a dream come true."

Any chance we'll see Charlie again?

"I can't tell. It's definitely a world where the possibilities are endless and I would love to resurface given the opportunity. I can't wait to see where they go."

Don't miss Supernatural's penultimate seventh-season episode, "The Girl With the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo," tonight at 9 p.m. on the CW.

Looking forward to another genre star getting in on the Winchester action? Sound off in the comments!

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