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Stephen Amell Finally Got His Supernatural Cameo...Sort Of

How about this for a crossover

Amanda Bell

Stephen Amell has been talking about his interest in a Supernatural cameo or even an Arrowcrossover with the fellow CW show for months, and now it's happened ... well, in a manner of speaking at least.

The actor posted an image of himself in the driver's seat of the Winchester Brothers' signature Impala, Baby, and stirred up Twitter with his descriptive caption which read, "This car smells like 13 seasons worth of farts."

Amell, who portrays the title character, Oliver Queen a.k.a. Green Arrow, in the recently-renewed superhero series, previously said that he'd like to see his show cross over with the monster-hunting pair, telling fans on Facebook Live (via Cinema Blend) last summer, "That's really up to Jensen [Ackles] and Jared [Padalecki]. I heard that they're getting a spin-off which is exciting but as the much, much more senior members of the CW family, it really would be about finding a moment in their schedule to make all the fans happy. I'm totally up for it. I'm not trying to pass the buck, but the buck is now sitting at their feet."

He later clarified that he didn't expect the series to fully incorporate his character, telling the crowd at a September comic event (via ComicBook.com), "Without breaking the fourth wall with too much gusto, if I could show up on Supernatural as, like, someone pumping gas in their car or something like that, or just someone that they murder, that would be tremendous."

Perhaps this image is a teaser that he'll finally get his way? Or perhaps this mini-joy ride is just his consolation prize as a crossover event with another CW series,Black Lightning, appears to be a much more likely possibility. Either way, he creates quite an image with his description of the experience, doesn't he?