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Judge Tye Mortimer
Trivia: The picture above Sam's desk in "The French Mistake" was Sam on horseback from this episode
Bobby: Either of you jokers ever heard anything about a Phoenix?
Dean: River, Joaquin, or the giant flaming bird?
Dean: We'll Star Trek 4 this bitch.
Bobby: I only watch Deep Space Nine.
Dean: It's like I don't even know you guys anymore. Star Trek 4. Save the whales. (Bobby and Sam stare blankly)
Castiel: You only have 24 hours.
Sam: What? Why?
Castiel: Well, the answer to your question can best be expressed as a series of partial differential equations...
Bobby: Aim lower.
Sam: Look, just because you're obsessed with all that Wild West stuff...
Dean: No I'm not.
Sam: You have a fetish.
Dean: Shut up. I like old movies.
Sam: You can recite every Clint Eastwood movie ever made, line-for-line.
Bobby: Even the monkey movies?
Sam: Yeah. Especially the monkey movies.
Dean: His name is Clyde.
Bobby: You goin' to a hoedown?
Castiel: Now is it, is it customary to wear a blanket?
Dean: It's a serape. And yes, it's... never mind, let's just go.
Dean: Hey, we should try the saloon first. See what we get from the locals.
Dean: Think we'll have time to hit on the saloon girls? (Sam glares) Kidding. Come on.
Sheriff: So what can I do for your boys?
Sam: Uh we're looking for a man.
Judge Mortimer: I'll bet. Nice shirt there.
Dean: What's wrong with my shirt?
Judge Mortimer: You're very clean.
Dean: It's dirtier than it looks.
Elkins: What'll you have?
Dean: Well, okay, great. I'll have your top-shelf whiskey.
Elkins: Only have the one shelf.
Dean: Maybe you got to go find him and make history. I'll stay here, hook up with the posse. Because you know me. I'm the posse magnet. I mean, I love posse. Make that into a t-shirt.
Sam: You done?
Samuel Colt: All right. All right
Sam: That's.. that's it?
Samuel Colt: Well, when you've done this job as long as I have, a giant from the future with some magic brick doesn't exactly give you the vapors.
Dean: You know what this means?
Bobby: Yeah, I didn't get a soulenscopy for nothing.
The opening Supernatural title is done in a Western font against a burning map.
UK: October 5, 2011 on Sky LIVING
Sweden: November 18, 2011 on Kanal 5
Finland: March 19, 2013 on Sub
This is a reference to an area within Disneyland which opened with the park in 1955 and is themed after the Old West.
Dean: C'mon, Cas, I Dream of Jeannie your ass down here pronto.
Referencing the 1965-1970 CBS sitcom I Dream of Jeannie, featuring Barbara Eden in the title role as Jeannie the Genie, who ended up with astronaut Tony Nelson as her "master."
Dean: So we get stuck with Miss Moneypenny.
Referencing the James Bond films and Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell) the secretary to Bond's boss, M. She and Bond maintain a flirtatious relationship throughout much of the movie series, particularly the Sean Connery films.
Dean: And look like a spaceman?
Referencing Back to the Future (1985), when Marty McFly goes back to the 1950s using a DeLorean modified by his friend, scientist Doc Brown. In the third movie in the series, Back to the Future III, Marty and Doc Brown go back to the Wild West. The scene at the end of the episode, with a deliveryman arriving with a letter from 1861 that has been "waiting" for Sam and Dean to reach the appropriate time, parallels a scene at the end of Back to the Future II (1989). Also, like Dean in this episode, Marty chose the alias Clint Eastwood in his trip to the Wild West.
Bobby: Even the monkey movies?
Referencing the only two comedies starring Clint Eastwood, Every Which Way but Loose (1978) and its sequel, Any Which Way You Can. In them, Eastwood plays Philo Beddoe, a trucker and bare-knuckler brawler with a heart of gold, who is accompanied by Clyde, his pet orangutan. Clyde is played by different "stars" in each movie.
Dean: Marshal Eastwood. Clint Eastwood.
Referencing Clint Eastwood, the movie star who played gunfighters in a number of Western movies, predominantly the "spaghetti westerns" of the 1960s. Since then he has moved on to portray vigilante-cop Dirty Harry Callahan, and currently has a distinguished movie career as a director and star. His only regular TV role as a cowboy was as Rowdy Yates on Rawhide.
Dean: This here's Walker. He's a Texas Ranger.
Referencing Walker, Texas Ranger, a popular CBS TV series that ran nine seasons on CBS. Chuck Norris plays Cordell Walker, a high-kicking martial arts expert and modern-day Texas Ranger.
Dean: Candygram for Mongo.
Referencing the 1974 movie Blazing Saddles. Mongo (played by Alex Karras) is a huge cowboy, seemingly undefeatable and unstoppable, who is only defeated when Sheriff Bart poses as a candygram delivery man and gives Mongo an exploding candygram.
Bobby: Well, we can't just strand those idjits in Deadwood, can we?
Referencing Deadwood, an award-winning HBO series set in the morally bankrupt illegal town of Deadwood, South Dakota.
Dean: Yippee-ki-ya, mother...
Referencing the Die Hard franchise starting with the first movie in 1988, starring Bruce Willis as NY police detective John McClane who is usually in the wrong place at the wrong time when criminals cook up some major operation. In the original and three sequels as of this episode's premiere, McClane always says "Yippee-ki-yay" when taking out a bad guy or otherwise triumphing.
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