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In the scene that shows Lucifer over the corpses of the pagan gods, one of the corpses blinks.
Lucifer: Gabriel, if you're doing this for Michael...
Gabriel: Screw him. If he were standing here, I'd shiv his ass, too.
Lucifer: Huh. You disloyal...
Gabriel: Oh, I'm loyal. To them.
Lucifer: Who? These so-called gods?
Gabriel: To people, Lucifer. People.
Lucifer: So, you're willing to die, for a pile of cockroaches? Why?
Gabriel: Because Dad was right. They are better than us.
Lucifer: They are broken, flawed, abortions!
Gabriel: Damn right, they're flawed. But, a lot of 'em try, to do better. To forgive.
Gabriel: But... me and Kali, we, uh... had a thing. Chick was all hands.
Kali: I never took you for the type.
Dean: We can either take on the Devil together, or you lame-ass bitches can eat me. Literally.
Gabriel: Okay, okay. So I got wings like Kotex.
Baldur: You think you own the planet? What gives you the right?!?
Lucifer: No one gives us the right. We take it.
Gabriel: Lucifer... you are my brother, and I love you. But you are a great big bag of dicks.
UK: June 9, 2010 on LIVING
Sweden: September 3, 2010 on Kanal 5
Spain: December 27, 2010 on AXN
Germany: March 7, 2011 on Sky Cinema Hits
Australia: March 21, 2011 on ELEVEN
Czech Republic: November 18, 2011 on Prima COOL
Finland: July 15, 2012 on Sub
Music: You Know You Know (I Love You) (The Bachelors)
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Dean: Motel Hell.
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Dean: Or, uh, we tell the Legion of Doom about your secret identity.
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Dean: All right, you primitive screwheads, listen up.
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Gabriel: Lucy, I'm home.
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Gabriel: And you should see the Spearment Rhino.
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