Dean: Okay, a wall. Sounds good.
Tessa: But it's not permanent.
Death: She's right. Nothing lasts forever. Well, I do.
Dean: What's the bet?
Death: Don't roll your eyes, Dean. It's impolite. Now when you fetch my ring, put it on.
Death: I want you to be me for one day.
Dean: Are you serious?
Death: No, I'm being incredibly sarcastic.
Tessa: Wow. They'll just let any slack-jawed haircut be Death these days.
Dean: Well, you're all charm today, aren't you?
Balthazar: Well, here's one for the list of dumbest things ever. Summon the angel who wants to kill you.
Sam: Desperate times. I need your help, Balthazar.
Balthazar: Interesting. Since last time we met, you wanted to, what was it? Oh yes, yes. "Fry my wings, extra crispy."
Sam: Well, that was a misunderstanding.
Balthazar: Some misunderstanding.
Tessa: Just so you know, when people die, they might have questions for you. Well, not you, but Death.
Dean: You mean, like "How did Betty White outlast me"?
Heart Attack Victim: Why?
Dean: You think maybe it was the extra cheese?
Heart Attack Victim: Yeah. It was good, though.
Dean: That a local place?
Dean: Right. Umm, time to go, man. Sorry.
Heart Attack Victim: Wait. Will you tell me what it all... means?
Dean: Everything is dust in the wind.
Heart Attack Victim: That's it? A Kansas song?
Tessa: Sorry. He's new.
Tessa: Dean, you have to take her.
Dean: Says who?
Dean: I'm Death.
Tessa: You know what I mean.
Dean: Well who tells him?
Tessa: I don't know. It just is. It's destiny.
Dean: Give me a break. I spent my whole life fighting that crap. There's no such thing as destiny. Just like there was no Apocalypse. Just a bunch of stuck up mooks who didn't want us human slaves asking questions.
Bobby: I may have been born at night, boy, but I wasn't born last night.
Bobby: Ain't nobody killing me in my house but me.
Dean: Well what's with you and cheap food?
Death: I could ask you the same thing.
Death: You and your brother keep coming back. You're an affront to the balance of the universe and you cause disruption on a global scale.
Dean: Apologies for that.
Death: This is hard for you, Dean. You throw away your life because you've come to assume that it'll bounce right back into your lap. The human soul is not a rubber ball. It's vulnerable, impermanent, but stronger than you know... and more valuable than you can imagine.
Norway: March 18, 2011 on FEM
Sweden: May 13, 2011 on Kanal 5
Australia: June 13, 2011 on ELEVEN
UK: August 17, 2011 on Sky LIVING
Spain: November 14, 2011 on AXN
Finland: January 29, 2013 on Sub
Injoke: Dr. Robert's office is at Kiefer Street. In the movie Flatliners, Kiefer Sutherland played one of several characters who deliberately flatline themselves so that they can glimpse what lies beyond Death.
Robert Englund is credited as Special Guest Star.
Referencing W. Somerset Maugham's retelling of an old story about a servant who encounters a woman he realizes is Death at the marketplace. The servant witnesses Death make a threatening gesture towards him, so he tells this to his master, asks to borrow a horse, and flees to Samarra, where he believes Death will be unable to find him. The merchant then goes to the market, seeks out Death, and asks why she made the threatening gesture. Death replies that the gesture was merely a start of surprise at seeing the servant there at the market in Baghdad, since she had an appointment with him in Samarra.
Bobby: Don't say "Here's Johnny."
Referencing the 1980 movie The Shining, based on the novel by Stephen King, in which a man and his family go to an isolated hotel in the winter. After a while the father goes crazy. In one scene he breaks down a door with an axe and yells "Here's Johnny!"
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