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When Pamela starts bleeding, we see blood covering her hand. However, in all the shots following, she is covering her wound with her hand but there's no blood on it.
Even though they're in spirit form, Sam and Dean's condensed breath can be seen when they're speaking in the cold outdoor scenes.
Pamela: Tell me something, geniuses. Even if you do break into the Veil and you find the Reaper. how are you going to save it?
Dean: With style and class.
Tessa: You don't remember me?
Dean: Honestly, if I had a nickel for every time I heard a girl say that…
Dean: How the hell are we supposed to fight that?
Sam: I don't know. Learn some ghost moves?
Dean: By tonight? Yeah, sure. I'll meet you back at Mr. Miyagi's.
Cole: Who's Mr. Miyagi?
Sam: Go to Hell.
Alastair: Oh, if only I could. But they just keep sending me up to this Arctic craphole.
Dean: What the hell?
Castiel: Guess again.
Pamela: I can't even begin to tell you how crazy you two are.
Sam: Well, Pamela, you are a sight for sore eyes.
Pamela: Ah, that's sweet Grumpy. What do you say to deaf people?
Dean: Well, how come he couldn't fling you? He chucked you pretty good last time.
Sam: Got no idea.
Dean: Sam, do me a favor. If you're gonnna keep your little secrets, I can't really stop you, but just don't treat me like I'm an idiot, okay?
Sam: What? Dean, I'm not keeping secrets.
Dean: Mm-hmm. Whatever.
Alastair: You're stronger, Sam. You've been soloflexing with your little slut.
Sam: You have no idea.
Dean: (as a ghost, sticking his hand in Sam) Am I making you uncomfortable?
Sam: Get out of me.
Dean: You're such a prude. Come on.
The episode ended with an in memoriam to long-time director and executive producer Kim Manners, who died January 25, 2009.
Christopher Heyerdahl takes on the role of Alastair, previously played by Mark Rolston.
Denmark: April 19, 2009 on TV3
UK: April 26, 2009 on ITV2
Australia: June 15, 2009 on Channel TEN
Norway: July 2, 2009 on FEM
Portugal: August 3, 2009 on AXN
Sweden: September 20, 2009 on Kanal 5
Spain: December 7, 2009 on AXN
Germany: January 18, 2010 on Sky Cinema Hits
Poland: May 21, 2010 on TVN7
New Zealand: May 26, 2010 on TV2
Czech Republic: August 20, 2010 on Prima COOL
Finland: July 19, 2011 on Sub
Slovakia: April 2, 2013 on Markiza
Pamela: I'm sick of being hauled back into your angel/demon, Soc/Greaser crap.
This is a reference to S.E. Hinton's 1967 novel The Outsiders. The book's plot centers on two rival groups of teenagers, the Socials (Socs) and the Greasers, who come from opposite sides of town and opposite socioeconomic groups.
References the 1934 movie Death Takes a Holiday, starring Fredric March as Death, who decides to disguise himself as a prince and live as a mortal.
Dean: Last I checked, Huggy Bear isn't available.
Referencing the supporting character Huggy Bear Brown (Antonio Fargas) from the TV series Starsky and Hutch. Huggy was the cops' jive-talking but ever-loyal underworld contact.
Pamela: Of course, Chachi.
Referencing the short-lived 1982-83 TV series Joanie Loves Chachi. Scott Baio plays Chachi Arcola, the Fonz's cousin, who moves with his girlfriend Joanie Cunningham to Chicago and starts a band.
Cole: Yeah. Thanks, Haley Joel, I know I'm dead.
Referencing Haley Joel Osment, who played a child in the 1999 movie The Sixth Sense. He discovers he has the ability to see ghosts, including ghosts that aren't aware that they're dead.
Dean: All right, Yoda, let's see what you've got.
Referencing the diminutive Jedi Knight voiced by Frank Oz in the Star Wars movies, starting with The Empire Strikes Back (1980). Yoda is "strong in the Force," allowing him to move objects with his mind among other things.
Dean: Dude, you are so Amityville.
Referencing the 1977 novel, turned into the first of a series of movies in 1979. The book chronicles the haunting of a house in Amityville, New York, and the family that is terrorized by the ghost.
Sam: Dude, I'm not gonna do Fight Club with a 12-year-old.
Referencing the 1996 novel and subsequent 1999 movie starring Brad Pitt and Edward Norton. Norton is the narrator, who ends up starting a "fight club" with Tyler Durden (Pitt), and the club eventually turns into a anti-materialistic terrorist group.
Dean: This looks like New Jack City.
Referencing the 1991 crime thriller starring Wesley Snipes, Ice-T, and Judd Nelson. The movie deals with an undercover cop going after a drug dealer who has converted an apartment complex into a crack house.
Dean: No thanks, House.
Referring to the main character of the television drama House. Dr. Gregory House is a medical genius who heads a team of diagnosticians. He is portrayed by Hugh Laurie.
Dean: By tonight? Yeah, sure, I'll meet you back at Mr. Miyagi's.
Referring to the 1984 movie The Karate Kid. The Karate Kid is a 1984 film directed by John G. Avildsen and written by Robert Mark Kamen, starring Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita. It is a martial arts film and an underdog story in the mold of a previous Avildsen success, the 1976 boxing film Rocky.
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