Alan J. Corbett
When Dean busts through the bomb shelter door Sam is wearing the party hat, but when he goes to untie Sam the hat is gone.
When the second echo shows up Dean asks the Ghostfacers if it was the same echo they saw before. Sam and Dean watched the video of the first echo so they would have known it was not the same one.
When Ed and Harry entered the house, we can see that Ed was wearing night vision goggles while Harry was holding a flashlight pointing from time to time at Ed. The light from the flashlight can destroy the goggles and temporarily blind the one who was wearing them during that time.
This is the first episode where we hear (albeit bleeped) and see crude, "four letter" profanity from the Winchester brothers.
Maggie: Ed has been obsessed with the supernatural since we were kids. Then, he meets Harry at computer camp and love at first geek.
Ed: Now, if you received this tape, you must be some sort of big-wig network executive. Well, today is your lucky day, mister.
Harry: Because the unsolicited pilot you are about to watch is the bold new future of reality TV!
Ed: Hmmm, we know you've had it hard during the crippling writers' strike.
Harry: Lazy fat cats.
Ed: Who needs writers when you've got guys like us? Our team faced horrible horrors to bring you the footage that will change your world forever. So strap in for the scariest hour in the history of television.
Harry: In the history of your life.
Ed: Strap in for….
Dean: Seriously, does looking at this nightmare through that camera make you feel better or something? I mean…
Maggie: Um... I... uh... oh, yeah. Yeah, I think so. Uh-huh.
Sam: (reading pamphlet) Huh. Survival Under Atomic Attack. An optimist.
Harry: You know, Corbett, we just, oh gosh, we just like to think that you're out there watching over us.
Ed: As far as we're concerned you're not an intern anymore. You have more than earned full Ghostfacer status. Plus it would be cool to have a ghost on the team.
Dean: Listen, you and Rambo need to get the hell outta here.
Ed: (laughs) Listen here, Chisel Chest, okay, we were here first. We've already set up base camp and we beat you.
Maggie: Wait. Didn't you guys get, like a permit or something?
Ed: A permit?
Harry: That's a good idea for next time.
Harry: I don't really like rats. They're gross. Rats are like the rats of the world.
Spruce: What's this guy Daggett's problem, anyway?
Dean: What, he's never heard of a RealDoll?
Harry: Ed, you got to go be gay for that poor dead intern! You got to send him into the light.
Ed: Here we were, thinking we were teaching you, and all this time you were teaching us... about heart, about dedication, and… about how gay love can pierce through the veil of death and save the day.
Sam: I mean, it's bizarre how y'all able to, to honor Corbett's memory while grossly exploiting the manner of his death. Well done.
Dean: Hey, Ed, listen to me. There's some salt in my duffel. Make a circle and get inside.
Ed: Inside your duffel bag?
Dean: In the salt, you idiot!
Sam: Well, it's 12:04, Dean. You good? You happy?
Dean: Yeah, I am happy.
Sam: "Let's go hunt the Morton House," you said. "It's our Grand Canyon."
Dean: Sam, I don't wanna hear it.
Sam: You got two months left. Instead, we're gonna die tonight.
Injoke: Ed's line about the "crippling writers' strike" references the the WGA (Writers Guild of America) strike which delayed the original airing of this episode several weeks.
Latin America: May 14, 2008 on Warner Channel
UK: June 8, 2008 on ITV2
Australia: June 8, 2008 on Channel 10
Norway: August 31, 2008 on TVNorge
Spain: November 17, 2008 on AXN
Sweden: November 30, 2008 on Kanal 5
Portugal: January 29, 2009 on RTP 2
Germany: March 16, 2009 on Premiere Film
Finland: July 16, 2009 on Sub
Czech Republic: April 16, 2010 on Prima COOL
Slovakia: October 6, 2010 on Markiza
Injoke: This is a spoof of the SciFi series Ghost Hunters, a reality-based series featuring a team of real-life paranormal investigators who work regular jobs during the day and investigate hauntings at night under the cover of TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society).
Music: American Band (Grand Funk Railroad), Hocus Pocus (Focus), It's My Party (Lesley Gore)
This is the first time the cast & crew credits occur at the end of the episode. This was done to preserve the feel of the Ghostfacers show.
Sam: Daggett was the Norman Bates stuff-your-mother kind of lonely.
Referencing Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 movie Psycho starring Anthony Perkins and Janet Leigh. Perkins plays Norman Bates, a hotel owner suffering from a split personality, who pretends to be his dead mother and kills anyone unfortunate enough to cross "her" path.
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