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Dean: Well, lucky for you, I'm a doctor. I've got joe, grub, and... (gives Sam pills)
Sam: What are they?
Sam: Dean, I might have done... God knows what. And you want me to just forget about it?
Dean: You shove it down, and you let it come out in spurts of violence and alcoholism.
Sam: That sounds healthy.
Dean: Well, it works for me.
Sam: Great. Where to?
Dean: Paterson, New Jersey. Hey, maybe we'll have a Snooki sighting.
Sam: What's a "snooki"?
Dean: That's a good question.
Dean: So what'd you find out from the mop jockey's girlfriend?
Sam: Nothing. Just how great he was. Went to church. Donated to charity. Rubbed her feet during Glee.
Dean: I just threw up in my mouth.
Sam: Wait. That anatomy dummy you were molesting at the lab.
Dean: Excuse me?
Sam: What if that's what this is about?
Dean: What exactly are you accusing me of?
Dean: Look, one day--you'll get this when you're older.
Ben: Don't talk to me like I'm 6.
Dean: Okay, fine. It's like this, then. Just 'cause you love someone doesn't mean you should stick around and screw up their life. So I can't be here.
Ben: You think something will follow you home?
Dean: No. No, I don't. But I think my job turns me into someone who can't sit at your dinner table. And if I stayed, you'd end up just like me.
Ben: Why do you say it like you're so... bad?
Dean: Trust me, I'm not someone you want to aim to be.
Dean: I'm sorry, Ben, but this way you got a shot at living whatever life you want. You know, pick one, pick five. Because with me, there's just the one road.
Ben: You're a liar, Dean.
Dean: Excuse me?
Ben: You say family's so important, but, but what do you call people who care for you, who love you even when you're a dick? You know, you're walking out on your family, right?
Dean: So is that the girl with the haunted kidney?
Dean: Huh, just when you think you've seen it all.
Music: Love Hurts (Nazareth)
UK: September 7, 2011 on Sky LIVING
Sweden: October 21, 2011 on Kanal 5
Spain: December 5, 2011 on AXN
Finland: February 19, 2013 on Sub
Referencing the two-movie franchise, starting with Mannequin in 1989 and followed by Mannequin: On the Move in 1991. In each, a woman is cursed to become a mannequin and can only be restored to normal life by the power of true love.
Dean: Hey, maybe we'll have a Snooki sighting.
Referencing the MTV series Jersey Shore, and its star, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi. The show chronicles the adventures of Snooki and her seven New Jersey roommates, the Guidos and Guidettes, as they spend their time together.
Dean: Thanks, Dr. Laura, that's very insightful.
Referencing Dr. Laura Schlessinger, a radio talk show host that gives out personal advice to her listens and has gained controversy due to her right-wing views. She briefly had a TV series from 2000-2001.
Dean: Big Brother's watching.
Referencing the novel 1984 by George Orwell, which introduced the concept of a "Big Brother" government agency that monitors the populace through near-omnipresent security cameras.
Sam: Rubbed her feet during Glee.
Referencing the Fox series premiering in 2009, about a high school glee club coach who attempts to keep the schools' club running despite the opposition of the cheerleading coach. Each episode features several musical numbers, and also deals with the problems and romantic entanglements of the students.
Dean: Like Chucky?
Referencing the movie villain first seen in Child's Play (1988). A killer manages to place his soul into a child's red-haired toy doll, and goes on a killing sprees as he tries to regain his human body. As of the time this episode premiered, the character went on to star in four sequels.
Dean: But riddle me this, Bat-Boy.
Referencing the 1960s Batman series, where the Riddler (primarily Frank Gorshin) would often taunt Batman by saying "Riddle me this" and making some derogatory comment about Batman, and then issuing a riddle challenge.
Dean: I don't like the way Kim Cattrall's looking at me.
Referencing Kim Cattrall, who starred as the living mannequin in the first Mannequin movie (see above).
Dean: We've been Parent Trapped.
Referencing the 1961 Disney movie and subsequent remakes. The plot of each one is that twins secretly to bring their divorced parents back together and demonstrate that they still love each other and should be together.
Dean: Plants could never kill a zombie.
Referencing the 2010 video game created by PopCap games where a homeowner uses plants to defend his home against an invasion of zombies.
Dean: Well, given she got carjacked by Poltergeist, could be worse.
Referencing the 1982 horror movie Poltergeist, in which a malicious "poltergeist" haunts a house with a little girl.
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