Jeffrey Dean Morgan on E! Online

Kristin Veitch talks with Jeffrey Dean Morgan aboutGrey's Anatomy, SupernaturalShonda Rhimes' new show and P.S., I Love You. For the video interview click here.

From Watch with Kristin, E! Online:

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Is Back! I'll admit it. A week ago, I may have tried to make it sound like something of a date when I met up with adorable Grey's and Supernatural star Jeffrey Dean Morgan to throw a few back, shoot some pool and catch up on old times (we go back a good six months–which is ages in Hollywood years!). But as you may know from our last chat, I'm now spoken for, so I suppose I'll just–humph–tell you the truth! Our afternoon rendezvous was all about scoop–and me playing matchmaker. (Shhh…)

Regardless, I know many of you fans have been dying to know what Jeffrey's been up to since, well, dying on Grey's, and the clip at left will give you a fantastic J.D.M. fix! He dishes on everything from Denny to his new movie with Hilary Swank to, of course, the new show from Grey's creator, Shonda Rhimes–of which, he is the leading man. (Can't wait, can't wait, can't wait!) And we even shoot a game of pool with high stakes. (Supernatural spoilers versus matchmaker services. Guess the cat's out of the bag on that one.)

And, of course, we must also talk about Jeffrey's return to television this Thursday (don't forget!), on the CW's Supernatural. "The season is going to open where it ended last year," Jeffrey said. "It didn't look good. But, needless to say, I think we're going to pull through and let the battling of the bad guys begin. And I think this year will be better than last."

Jeff also had a few choice words to say about working with his Super costars, Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki. "They are two of the greatest guys–honestly. But that Jared, he's nothing but trouble. He gets us in giggles in almost every scene. And once he starts going, Jensen and I just look at each other, and we're like, 'Oh, Lord–take 43.' If we're working 16-hour days, you can add 8 hours for Jared's giggles."

Don't know about you, but there's something about the idea of those three boys standing around on their serious set, getting into giggle fits, that just makes my heart sing.