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Sam: You okay?
Dean: You know, I felt for those sons of bitches back there. Lifetime of torture turns you into something like that.
Sam: You were in Hell, Dean. Look, maybe you did what you did there, but you're not them. They were barely human.
Dean: You're right. I wasn't like them…I was worse. They were animals Sam, defending territory. Me? I did it for the sheer pleasure.
Dean: I enjoyed it Sam. They took me off the rack, and I tortured souls, and I liked it. All those years, all that pain, finally getting to deal some out yourself, I didn't care who they put in front of me. Because that… that pain I felt, it just slipped away. No matter how many people I save, I can't change that. I can't fill this hole, not ever.
Dean: Boy, three bedrooms, two baths, and one homicide. This place is going to sell like hotcakes.
Sam: It's probably a dumbwaiter. All these old houses had them.
Sam: You said…
Sam: Never mind.
Mrs. Curry: I already told the local boys, there was blood… everywhere.
Dean: And Mr. Gibson, where was he?
Mrs. Curry: Everywhere.
Dean: What kind of ghost messes with a man's wheels?!?
Dean: Dog: it's what's for dinner.
Susan: Well, where's Ted?
Dean: He's outside.
Susan: Well, why doesn't he come inside?
Dean: Because I had to carry him out.
(seeing the family in the haunted house)
Dean: Crap! So, what now?
Sam: We could tell them the truth.
Sam: No, not really.
Denmark: February 22, 2009 on TV3
UK: March 29, 2009 on ITV2
Australia: May 18, 2009 on Channel Ten
Sweden: May 24, 2009 on Kanal 5
Norway: June 4, 2009 on FEM
Portugal: July 6, 2009, on AXN
Spain: November 9, 2009 on AXN
Germany: January 4, 2010 on Sky Cinema Hits
Poland: April 23, 2010 on TVN7
New Zealand: April 28, 2010 on TV2
Czech Republic: July 23, 2010 on Prima COOL
Finland: June 21, 2011 on Sub
Slovakia: March 28, 2013 on Markiza
Aliases: The brothers' detective names "Babar" and "Stanwyk" come from the Chevy Chase movie, Fletch. Stanwyk was the character played by Tim Matheson. Babar was one of Fletch's aliases.
Dean: Aw, we can sleep when we're dead.
Referring to the Bon Jovi single released in 1993 entitled I'll Sleep When I'm Dead off of their '92 album Keep the Faith.
Dean: Well, story ripped from the Austrian headline.
This is a reference to the Fritzl case in Austria, where Elisebeth Fritzl was raped, physically abused and held prisoner by her father Josef for 24 years. She was held in the small, windowless and soundproof cellar. She gave birth to 7 children while being a captive. One died three days after birth, three stayed with their mother in the cellar and three were raised by their father and his wife in the upstairs home. The former captives are extremely pale and cannot endure natural light.
Dean: Geez, rent Juno, get over it.
Referencing the 2007 movie starring Ellen Page as Juno MacGuff, a teenager dealing with an unplanned pregnancy and having to choose between adoption and abortion. The movie won one Oscar and received other three nominations.
Ted: Hey, Fonzie.
Referencing the 50s greaser character Arthur Herbert Fonzarelli, played by Henry Winkler, who appeared on Happy Days (1974-84). The character proved a surprising breakout role and was soon heavily featured and promoted, and immortalized the phrase "Aaay!" while giving two thumbs up.
Ted: It's just some backwoods hillbilly b*tch and I'm not about sit around here waiting for her to go all Deliverance on my ass.
Referencing the 1972 movie starring Jon Voight, Burt Reynolds, Ronny Cox, and Ned Beatty, based on the novel by James Dicky. The four city men go canoeing and end up at the mercy of backwoods hillbillies.
Kate: I just got molested by Casper the pervy ghost, that's what happened!
A reference to the animated character Casper The Friendly Ghost. Casper was first developed as a series of theatrical shorts. Casper later appeared in comic books, a few television series, and finally a full-length theatrical movie.
Danny: Like Scooby-Doo?
Referencing the Hanna-Barbera star Scooby-Doo, the canine star of several animated series who's teamed with the gang of Mystery Inc. in solving various cases involving ghosts and monsters.
Dean: That's psycho Nell!
Nell is the character from a movie of the same name (1994, starring Jodie Foster) where she is raised in isolation in the remote backwoods of North Carolina. When her mother finally dies, Nell must confront the outside world.
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