When Sam picked the lock to enter Lucy's place, the lock knob above the handle didn't turn.
When Dean says this line after taking the ribbon out of his pocket to show Sam in the bar after his fight with Dracula: "This, I uh, pulled it off during the fight" his lips don't move, and the volume is different from the rest of his line, you can clearly tell this line was added in post as a voiceover.
When the brothers arrive in town the first night, there's a crescent moon in the sky. However, the second night when the werewolf strikes, the moon is full. The moon doesn't change phases that fast from crescent to full in a single night.
Jamie: (talking about Dean and Sam's life) That must suck. I mean, you're giving up your life for this terrible... I don't know. Responsibility.
Dean: Last few years, I started thinking that way, and you know, it started sort of weighing on me. Of course, that was before... a little while ago, I had this... let's called it a near-death experience. Very near. And I... when I came to... things were different. My life's been different. I realize that I help people. Not just help them, you know, I save them. I guess it's... it's awesome. It's kind of like a gift. Like a mission. Kind of like a mission from God.
Jamie: What can I get ya?
Dean: Oh, he doesn't drink. He's a Christian Scientist. Yeah, he doesn't even take aspirin. He's a real drag on stakeouts.
Sam: (pulling at Ed's ear) It's supposed to come off.
Ed: No... it's not!
Dean: Room's paid for and it's Oktoberfest. C'mon, brother! Beer and bar wenches.
Sam: Pretty sure women today don't react well to the whole "wench" thing, Dean.
Dean: Hey, bar wench! Where's that beer?
Jamie: Coming up, good sir.
(Sam rolls his eyes)
Dean: Dude. Oktoberfest.
Jamie: Try again tomorrow, g-man.
Dean: I wish I could. I don't think we're stayin' on the case.
Jamie: What? Is it too weird for you?
Dean: Not weird enough.
Jamie: You're funny.
Dean: I'm a lot more than that. I'd love to get the chance to get to show you the rest. What time do you get off?
Jamie: Ha, ha. Like I said, funny.
Dean: Hey, you think this Dracula can turn into a bat? That'd be cool.
Jamie: So, is this what you do, you and your partner? Just tramp across the country on your own dime until you find some horrible nightmare to fight?
Dean: Some people paint.
Pizza Delivery Boy: Uhh, pizza delivery.
Dracula: Ah, you have brought a repast. Excellent. Continue to be of such service, and your life will be spared.
Pizza Delivery Boy: Uh-huh. That'll be $15.50.
Dracula: Tell me…
Pizza Delivery Boy: Yeah?
Dracula: Is there… garlic on this pizza?
Pizza Delivery Boy: I don't know. Did you order garlic?
Pizza Delivery Boy: Then no. Look, mister, I've got four other deliveries to make. You want to just pay me the money so I can go?
Dracula: Of course. Yes. But I have a coupon.
Dean: Hero gets the girl, monsters gets the gank. All in all, happy ending. With a happy ending, no less.
Sam: Real classy, Dean.
Sam: What, he was making his own special effects?
Dean: A mummy with good showmanship.
Jamie: So, you guys are like Mulder and Scully or something, and the X-Files are real?
Dean: No. The X-Files is a TV show. This is real.
Jamie: Wait a minute, you're a Fed? Wow, you don't come on like a Fed. Seriously?
Dean: I'm a maverick, ma'am. A rebel with a badge. One thing I don't play by... the rules.
Dean: We still got to see the new Raiders movie.
Sam: Saw it.
Dean: Without me?
Sam: You were in Hell.
Dean: That's no excuse.
Dean: I can't get over what a pumpkin-pie-eyed, crazy son of a bitch you really are. You're not Dracula. You get that, right? Or even if you think you are Dracula, what the hell's up with the mummy?
Dean: Oh, thank God. Just in the nick of time. That guy was about to Frankenstein me.
Dean: Son of a bitch!
Dracula: You should not use such language in the presence of my bride!
Dean: Which leads me to conclude, sadly, that my virginity is intact.
Dean: I've been re-hymenated!
Dean: It's about time the Winchesters got back to tackling a straightforward, black-and-white case.
Australia: October 27, 2008 on Channel 10
Denmark: December 21, 2008 on TV3
UK: February 15, 2009 on ITV2
Sweden: April 12, 2009 on Kanal 5
Norway: April 23, 2009 on Fem
Portugal: May 18, 2009 on AXN
Spain: September 28, 2009 on AXN
Germany: November 30, 2009 on Sky Cinema Hits
Poland: March 12, 2010 on TVN7
New Zealand: March 17, 2010 on TV2
Czech Republic: June 11, 2010 on Prima COOL
Finland: May 10, 2011 on Sub
Slovakia: March 20, 2013 on Markiza
Music: Toccata & Fugue in D Minor (Bach)
Injoke: This episode opened and closed with credits reminiscent of the old 1930s Warner Bros. and Universal horror films, and featuring an intermission.
This is the first episode filmed in black & white.
Dean: It looks like we stumbled upon a midnight showing of Dracula Meets the Wolf Man.
In actuality, there is no film entitled Dracula Meets the Wolf Man. Dean must have mixed up the title of another monster match-up film, Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943), starring Lon Chaney, Jr. and Bela Lugosi. It detailed the Wolf Man's attempt to use the science that created Frankenstein's monster to finally kill himself.
Sheriff Deitrich: I mean some Satan-worshiping Anne Rice-reading Gothic psycho vampire wannabe.
Referencing Anne Rice (born 1941), a Louisiana writer who rose to fame writing about vampires. Her first novel, Interview With The Vampire, was turned into a movie in 1994 starring Tom Cruise as the Vampire Lestat, and co-starring Brad Pitt and Kirsten Dunst. She has also written under the pseudonyms Anne Rampling and A. N. Roquelaure.
Sam: Agents Angus and Young.
Referencing Angus Young, the lead songwriter, guitarist, and co-founder of the Australian hard rock band AC/DC. Along with his older brother Malcolm, he formed the band in 1973, along with Colin Burgess, Dave Evans, and Larry Van Kriedt.
Dean: We got a Dracula and a Wolf Man monster-mashing it in this town?
Monster Mash is a popular novelty song from 1962. It is musician Bobby "Boris" Pickett's best-known work.
Dean: We need to find this guy before he Creature from the Black Lagoons somebody.
Referencing the 1954 film Creature from the Black Lagoon, starring Richard Carlson and Julia Adams. In it, an amphibious creature known as "Gill-man" kills research scientists seeking to find fossil evidence of the legendary creature's existence.
Jamie: So, you guys are like Mulder and Scully or something, and the X-Files are real? Referencing the long-running Fox series The X-Files (1993-2002) starring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, FBI agents who investigate various alien and supernatural phenomena.
Shapeshifter: It was beauty that killed the beast.
This was the last line, spoken by the character Carl Denham, in both the 1933 and 2005 King Kong films. Denham was played by Robert Armstrong in the original and Jack Black in the Peter Jackson remake.
Dean: And the Dude will not abide.
Referencing the 1998 Coen brothers' cult classic, The Big Lebowski (1998), starring Jeff Bridges and John Goodman. In the film, title character Jeffrey Lebowski (also referred to as "The Dude") frequently uses the catchphrase "The Dude abides" to indicate his acceptance of something.
Dean: He almost Frankenstein-ed me.
This is a reference to the movie Frankenstein (1931), directed by James Whale and starring Boris Karloff as the Monster. Dr. Frankenstein creates his monster in a lab that looked exactly like the shapeshifter's lair, using electricity on an inanimate body strapped to a table.
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