Lisa: You're an idiot. I mean, I know it wasn't greeting-card perfect, but we were in it together.
Dean: I was a wreck half the time.
Lisa: Yeah, well, the guy that basically just saved the world shows up at your door, you expect him to have a couple of issues.
Dean: Do you have any clue what walking away meant for me?
Bobby: Yeah, a woman and a kid... and not getting your guts ripped out at age 30. That's what it meant.
Dean: That woman and that kid, I went to them because you asked me to.
Dean: Good for who? I showed up on their doorstep half out of my head with grief. God knows why they even let me in. I drank too much, I had nightmares. I looked everywhere. I collected hundreds of books trying to find anything to bust you out.
Sam: You promised you'd leave it alone.
Dean: Of course, I didn't leave it alone! Sue me!
Dean: There's not much to tell. Lived on the road. Took crap jobs that nobody else wanted.
Dean: Like... pest control.
Sid: Really? Pest control.
Dean: Yeah. Get to work with a partner. You get to help people. You have no idea what's in some people's walls. Could eat them alive.
Sid: Dean! Is that a gun?
Dean: No! No, yeah. well, I got a permit for it.
Sid: What, to shoot the Glickmans' dog?
Dean: I thought that was a possum. Remember when I said I was in pest control? Well, possums carry rabies, so...
Sid: Wow. I did not know that.
Dean: Oh yeah, yeah, possums... possums kill, Sid.
Lisa: So I just ran into Sid. Did you almost shoot a Yorkie?
Azazel: Hiya, Dean. Look what the Apocalypse shook loose.
Gwen: My god, you got delicate features for a hunter.
Dean: Excuse me?
Dean: Then how are you breathing air?
Sam: Samuel had a cure.
Dean: You had a cure for Djinn poison?
Samuel: Oh, I know a few things. Stick around, I'll show you tricks your daddy never even dreamed of.
Bobby: Maybe you want to go upstairs. The TV's broken but there's plenty of Reader's Digests. Just don't touch the decor, okay? Assume it's all loaded.
Christian: Relax, Dean, we got it handled. Djinn are hard to draw out. Now, you've been out of the game for a while. Leave it to the professionals.
Dean: Yeah. Sure. Tiny suggestion. You see, Djinn are easier to draw out when you got bait. They want Sam and me. They know where I live. Now, I haven't been hunting in a while, but I'm going to stick my neck out and guess that's a pretty good place for us to go. See, it's almost like I'm a professional.
Samuel: Nice house.
Dean: Oh yeah, go ahead, say it, call me a soccer mom, whatever.
Samuel: "Soccer mom," huh. I'll have to look that up on the "Intranet."
Samuel: You don't know what you're part of, Dean. You know, you had ancestors hacking the heads off vamps on the Mayflower.
Music: Beautiful Loser (Bob Seger)
Norway: January 7, 2011 on FEM
Sweden: March 11, 2011 on Kanal 5
UK: Wednesday, June 8, 2011 on Sky LIVING
Spain: September 5, 2011 on AXN
Finland: November 20, 2012 on Sub
Referencing the tenth studio album of The Rolling Stones, released in 1972, and ranked #7 in Rolling Stone magazine's 500 greatest albums of all time.
Dean: I just uh, I, uh, I got this, I don't know, Spidey sense.
Referencing the comic book character Spider-Man's enhanced senses, which grant him a form of precognition capable of letting him sense and then respond to most things that would pose a danger to him.
Azazel: I mean, come on, Dean, you've never been what I'd call Brady.
Referencing the primarily 1970s comedy The Brady Bunch, which was presented as a "typical" family, despite the fact they consisted of a husband and wife both previously married. Each of them brought three children into the new family, and the show chronicled their upbringing and family crises.
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