Dean: Frank, I'm not a Leviathan.
Frank: Oh, sure. You're not a Leviathan. Dick Roman is not a Leviathan. Gwyneth Paltrow is not a Leviathan.
Frank: Trust me.
Coroner: Matthew Havlena. Found in a ditch off the interstate.
Sam: Cause of death?
Coroner: Missing five pints of blood kinda helped. Puncture wounds, femoral artery, and carotid.
Sam: So, what, some kind of animal attack?
Coroner: Or vampire. (Sam stares) Huh. That usually gets at least a chuckle.
Dean: Who is she?
Frank: Amanda Willer. Surprise, surprise. Works for Richard Roman.
Dean: What's she doing?
Frank: Being a naughty, bossy little girl.
Dean: I'd hate to ask for that in a non-porno version.
Dean: I'm not going to quit. That's not even an option. I'm not going to walk out on my brother.
Frank: Okay then, fine. Do what I did.
Dean: What, go native? Stock up on c-rations?
Frank: No, cupcake. What I did when I was 26 and came home to find my wife and two kids gutted on the floor. Decided to be fine till the end of the week. Make yourself smile because you're alive and that's your job. then do it again the next week.
Dean: So fake it?
Frank: I call it being professional. Do it right, with a smile, or don't do it.
Music: Riding the Storm Out (REO Speedwagon), Dear Mr. Fantasy (Traffic)
Canada: January 8, 2012 on SPACE
Australia: January 16, 2012 on ELEVEN
Norway: March 16, 2012 on FEM
UK: September 19, 2012 on Sky LIVING
Finland: April 20, 2014 on Sub
Referencing the 1987 comedy movie of the same name, with features a teenage babysitter on the rebound from a break-up. As she is babysitting three children, her friend asks her to pick her up. En route, the babysitter has a flat and ends up stranded in downtown Chicago at night, having taken the three kids with her.
Dean: It's a field, not a Death Star.
Referencing the mobile space platform first seen in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1977). Commanded by Grand Moff Tarkin and Darth Vader for use by the Emperor, it is approximately 140 kilometers in diameter, holds over a million crew and staff, and contains weaponry capable of blowing a planet to bits in a matter of seconds.
Frank: Come on down, Tarzan!
Referencing the famous fictional character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs in 1912. Tarzan, actually John Clayton, the Earl of Greystoke, was raised by apes after he was orphaned in the African jungle. The character first appeared in the novel Tarzan of the Apes and then 23 sequels, and has appeared in numerous movies, TV series, spinoffs, and comic books.
Frank: Patience, grasshopper.
Referencing the TV series Kung Fu (1972-75, ABC) in which the Young Caine is often called "Grasshopper" (an affectionate nickname) by the blind Master Po at the Shaolin Temple.