The brothers and Madison all seem to be in a hurry to kill her. It's not clear what the rush is, given they've only had 2-4 days to explore all the options. They already know they can keep her from transforming, and Dean suggests it's because she has to be asleep during a full moon cycle. They also know they can confine her safely in a closet. Why not take one more night to lock her up and test Dean's theory? Instead they just shoot her dead.
When Sam checks on Madison the morning after Kurt's murder, Madison wakes up and realizes she's naked. However, when she throws the covers aside she's already neatly covered up in a sheet even though there's no indication she pulled the sheet loose before getting out of bed.
Shouldn't Sam and Dean have put a silencer on the gun before Sam shot Madison? Gunshots are extremely loud, louder than television and movies portray, so someone from her apartment complex or even the street would have easily heard it.
When Sam is in the morgue, the corpse on the table blinks.
Sam: (after watching a soap opera) Wait, so, so Kendall married Ethan's father just to get back at him?
Madison: Yup and now she's set to inherit all the casinos that were supposed to go to Ethan.
Sam: What a bitch!
Sam: What were you doing with Kurt?
Madison: I don't know. I mean, it's not like he introduced himself like, "Hi, I'm possessive and controlling and I like to punch people, wanna be my girlfriend?"
Sam: (answers his cell) Hey.
Dean: I found him.
Sam: Good, don't keep your eyes off him.
Dean: (looks at stripper) Oh, my eyes are glued. Look, Sammy, I gotta let 'cha go I, uh... (clears throat) I don't wanna miss anything. (gives the stripper a dollar and hangs up)
Sam: Maybe she doesn't really know she's changing. You know maybe, maybe when the creature takes over she blacks out.
Dean: Like a really hot Incredible Hulk?
Dean: Sammy, I don't think we got a choice here any more.
Dean: I hate to say it, she's a sweet girl, but part of her is...
Sam: Yeah, that's what they say about me, Dean. So me you won't kill, but her you're just gonna blow away.
Sam: Month after month all the murders happen in the week leading up to the full moon.
Dean: Which is this week, right?
Sam: Hence the lawyer.
Sam: Dean, could you be a bigger geek about this?
Dean: I'm sorry, man, but what about a human by day, a freak animal killing machine by moonlight don't you understand? I mean, werewolves are badass. We haven't seen one since we were kids.
Sam: Okay, sparky, and you know what, after we kill it we can go to Disneyland.
Madison: You know, for a stakeout, your car's a bit conspicuous.
Dean: So I'm just gonna... head back to the hotel... watch some pay-per-view... or somethin'. (leaves while putting his fist in the air)
Madison: That was smooth.
Sam: He means well.
Madison: You mean, he thinks you're gonna get laid.
Dean: (looking in the fridge) Nothing but leftovers and a six pack.
Sam: Check the freezer. Maybe there's some human hearts hidden behind the Häagen-Dazs or something.
Madison: He had a few scotches in him and he started hitting on anyone within a five-mile radius. You know the type.
(Sam looks at Dean)
Sam: Yeah, I do, actually.
Dean: One of us should probably stay here with you just in case he stops by.
(Madison leaves the room)
Sam: All right, you go, I'll stay.
Dean: Forget that. You go after the creepy ex, I'm gonna hang here with the hot chick.
Sam: Dude. Why do you always get to hang out with the girls?
Dean: Because I'm older.
Sam: No, screw that. We settle this the old-fashioned way. (Sam and Dean play Rock, Paper, Scissors. Sam does rock, Dean does scissors) Dean, always with the scissors.
Dean: Shut up, shut up! Two outta three!
(Sam sighs and does rock again and Dean does scissors again; Sam covers Dean's hand with rock)
Sam: Bundle up out there, all right?
Madison: Sam, I'm a monster.
Sam: No, I'm gonna save you.
Madison: You tried. I know you tried.
Dean: (to Madison) How you doin'? My head feels great. Thanks.
Madison: What's going on?
Sam: I'm not going anywhere. And neither are you.
Sam: You're unusual.
Madison: Unusual like... (makes crazy sign) unusual?
Sam: No. No no no. Unusual like... impressive.
Madison: You think so?
Sam: Can I ask you a question? I, it's, it's a little personal.
Madison: You've seen my entire underwear collection. Go ahead.
Dean: Let me guess. You're sitting on her couch like a stiff trying to think of something to say.
Denmark: March 25, 2007 on TV3
Australia: May 28, 2007 on Ten
Portugal: July 2, 2007 on AXN
Germany: April 15, 2008 on Premiere Serie
Italy: August 26, 2008 on Rai2
The Netherlands: March 29, 2009 on NET5
Music: Silent Lucidity by Queensryche, Look At You by Screaming Trees, Down on the Street by The Stooges, Smoking Gun by Kip Winger
Dean: Like a really hot Incredible Hulk?
Referencing the long-time Marvel superhero (and occasional super-villain), who first appeared in Incredible Hulk #1 (May 1962). Scientist Bruce Banner transforms into his monstrous green-skinned super-strong alter-ego when he becomes angry or in various other circumstances.
Dean: I'd say Kurt's looking more and more like our Cujo.
Referencing the 1981 Stephen King novel Cujo, involving a rabid St. Bernard that terrorizes a mother and child. It was made into a movie in 1983 starring Dee Wallace.
Dean: Landis, and Detective Dante.
This is a reference to directors, John Landis and Joe Dante who were both involved in two 1981 werewolf themed horror movies. Landis directed An American Werewolf in London and Dante directed The Howling.
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