In Chicago, Sam and Dean encounter five clans of monsters that run the city's underground... and Ennis, a young would-be hunter who seeks revenge on one of the clans.
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Sal: Hello, Julian. I'm not looking for trouble. I just want a drink.
Julian: And I want to eat Taylor Swift's heart, but we can't always get what we want.
Dean: All right, Sammy, give him the talk.
Sam: All right, look, my name is Sam Winchesters. That' my brother Dean. We, uh... we kill vampires. And werewolves, and demons and--basically, we chase down evil and we cut its head off.
Ross: So you're, what, monster cops?
Ross: Who are you?
David: My name is David Lassiter. I'm a shapeshifter.
Ross: You're a what?
David: We shift... our shape. Um, it's kind of all there in the name.
Dean: All right, you're with me, Romeo.
David Lassiter: Sound good, Buffy.
Music: Somehow (Caught a Ghost), Little Black Submarines (The Black Keys)
Canada: April 29, 2014 on CHCH
Australia: May 5, 2014 on Eleven
Norway: May 16, 2014 on FEM
Sal: Where you goin', Ole Yeller?
Referencing the novel of the same name by Fred Gipson (1956), subsequently made into a Disney movie in 1957. Old Yeller is a Labrador Retriever/Mastiff adopted by a young boy, Travis. When Old Yeller is bitten by a rabid wolf, Travis is forced to shoot his beloved dog in a tearjerking scene.
Dean: Agents Bonham and Peart, FBI.
Referencing drummers John Bonham (Led Zeppelin) and Neil Peart (Rush). They regularly appear on lists of the best rock drummers of the 20th century.
Dean: From what you told us, uh, this thing sounds new... or Freddy Krueger.
Referencing the famous dream killer played by Robert Englund in the Nightmare on Elm Street movie series since 1984, known for the pair of clawed gloves that he wears. Besides a number of sequels, there was also an anthology TV series.
Dean: What is this, The Godfather with fangs?
Referencing the 1972 movie based on Mario Puzo's novel The Godfather (1969), which chronicles the trials and tribulations of the Corleone family as they battle the other New York City Mafia families for control of the crime empire. The movie spawned two sequels, in 1974 and 1990, and appears on numerous "Best Movie" lists.
David: Sound good, Buffy.
Referencing the 1992 movie and subsequent TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, which features the adventures of a teenage girl, Buffy Summers, the "Chosen One," who is gifted with special abilities that allow her to fight vampires, demons, and other monsters.
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