Crowley: Werewolves turning on the full moon. How '09.
Sam: Look. This is a crap situation. I get it. But Dean, I am still me. Same melon, same memories. I still like the same music. I still think about Susie Eiser.
Dean: Biology class Susie Eiser?
Sam: Can you blame me?
Detective: What are the Feds doing here?
Sam: Oh, we're specialists. They call us in to answer the questions of mouth-breathing dick-monkeys.
Sam: Boy, Cal doesn't know when to quit.
Dean: Three scuzzy bars, one scuzzy strip joint, a chili dog joint, seven or eight nightcaps, and now Scotches in the library. I'm getting cirrhosis just watching this.
Sam: Roll over, Lucky. Speak.
Lucky: Go to hell.
Sam: Already been. Didn't agree with me.
Lucky: Me, I was living on the streets. They found me, they told me one small bite, I'd be strong, I'd be fast.
Dean: Sniffing people's butts. Yeah, that's a real step up.
Lucky: Well, it was for me.
Sam: Look, I don't know if how I am is better or worse. It's different. You get the job done, and nothing really hurts. It's not the worst thing. But... I've been thinking. I was that other Sam for a long time. And it was... it was kinda harder. But there are also things about it I remember that I... Let's just say I think I should go back to being him.
Dean: That's very interesting. It's a step.
Dean: We do what we got to do. And we get my brother back.
Norway: February 25, 2011 on FEM
Sweden: April 22, 2011 on Kanal 5
Australia: June 6, 2011 on ELEVEN
UK: July 27, 2011 on Sky LIVING
Spain: October 24, 2011 on AXN
Finland: January 8, 2013 on Sub
Dean: Agents Holt and Wilson.
Referencing the 1981 movie Wolfen, based on the 1978 novel by Whitley Strieber. which features intelligent animal-like creatures that fight back against the encroachment of a development company on their ghetto hunting grounds. Holt and Wilson are the two police officers, Eddie Holt (Edward James Olmos) and Dewey Wilson (Albert Finney).
Dean: Let me get dressed, Robocop.
Referencing the 1987 science fiction movie, RoboCop, which features a policeman who is killed and then used as the basis for a project that turns him into an emotionless cyborg law enforcement officer.
Sam: Masterful deduction, Sherlock.
Referencing the famous fictional detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887. Sherlock Holmes is a consulting British detective who lives at 221B Baker Street. His roommate, partner, and chronicler is Dr. John H. Watson, a former Army surgeon.
Sam: Dogs and cats living together--mass hysteria.
Referencing the 1984 comedy movie Ghost Busters. In it, Ghost Buster Dr. Peter Venkman (Bill Murray describes the coming apocalyptic events by saying to the mayor of New York: "Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together... mass hysteria!"
Dean: Where's this little Scooby Gang of yours?
Referencing the Hanna-Barbera star Scooby-Doo, the canine star of several animated series who's teamed with the gang of Mystery Inc. in solving various cases involving (typically fake) ghosts and monsters. The group is typically referred to as the Scooby Gang, and includes Fred, Velma, Daphne, and Shaggy.
Dean: Thanks, Dexter, that's reassuring.
Referencing the psychopath Dexter Morgan, created by author Jeff Lindsay and featured in five novels and a TV series starring Michael C. Hall. Dexter is a bloodstain pattern analyst by day, and a serial killer who only stalks and kills murderers by night.
Referencing the animated film of the same name by Don Bluth, 1989. All Dogs Go to Heaven is about a dog called Charlie (voiced by Burt Reynolds) who is killed by his old partner Carface and ends up in Heaven. Seeking revenge he tricks his way back to Earth, knowing that doing so his soul is damned to Hell. While plotting his revenge and having nightmares of his journey to Hell, he finds that he is going to have to work hard to earn his place back in Heaven.
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