Sheriff Jody Mills
In the scene when Sam and Dean go to the graveyard and dig up Clay's grave there is a hole in his coffin where he escaped. However, there is no dirt, despite the fact that the coffin was underground covered in dirt.
Dean: Who gave you that name?
Digger: I did.
Dean: You gave yourself your own nickname? You can't do that.
Digger: Who died and made you queen?
Dean: Do you know how many times we've called? Where've you been?
Bobby: Playing murderball.
Dean: What is that smell? Is that soap? Did you clean?
Bobby: What are you, my mother? Bite me.
Clay Thompson: I can't believe you were gonna kill me.
Dean: You're a zombie.
Clay Thompson: I'm a taxpayer.
Dean: Awesome. Another Horseman. Must be Thursday.
Dean: You got any more ammo? I'm low.
Bobby: Yeah, we got plenty. Just run back past the zombies. It's in the van where we left it.
Dean: A simple no would have been fine.
Bobby: Kind of a tight fit, don't you think?
Dean: It's all right, they're idiots. They can't pick a lock.
(the zombies pick the lock)
Bobby: Don't you ever get tired of being wrong?
Dean: I'm making this stuff up as I go. Sue me.
UK: May 12, 2010 on LIVING/LIVING HD
Sweden: August 6, 2010 on Kanal 5
Spain: November 29, 2010 on AXN
Germany: February 21, 2011 on Sky Cinema Hits
Australia: February 21, 2011 on ELEVEN
Czech Republic: October 14, 2011 on Prima COOL
Finland: June 17, 2012 on Sub
Injoke: Dean's comment "Awesome, another Horseman. Must be Thursday." refers to the episode airing on a Thursday.
Referencing the 1982 movie of the same name starring Steve Martin as detective Rigby Reardon in a parody of film noir detective flicks. The gimmick of the movie is that through the magic of cinema, Martin is able to speak and interact with actors via scenes taken from classic movies of the period
Digger: Heads up. Fargo.
Referencing the 1996 movie starring Frances McDormand as a small-town Midwestern sheriff. The character, Marge Olmstead-Gunderson, is shown as an easygoing family woman (with a strong purportedly Minnesota accent), but is the most competent character in the movie and ultimately brings the killers to justice.
Dean: So he goes Full Metal Jacket on us?
Referencing the 1987 movie starring Matthew Modine and R. Lee Ermey, and chronicling new Marine recruits during the Vietnam war, and the stress they are exposed to that causes them to sometimes snap.
Dean: Agents Dorfman and Neidermeyer
This is a reference the characters of Kent Dorfman (Stephen Furst) and Douglas Neidermeyer (Mark Metcalf) from the 1978 comedy film, National Lampoon's Animal House.
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