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When we first see Dean having a shower and we see his hair, it is all flat, and then the second time we see him, it has been pulled into a mohawk.
The first time around when Sam and Dean come out of the Diner, a heavyset lady in red and her partner leave from a store next door. She can still be viewed in the background up to the time Dean bumps the blond. This couple does not show up in any of the subsequent loops. Even though the other loops don't show the couple coming out of the store, they should still be seen in the background.
During the second Tuesday discussion, after the blond bumps Dean there is a couple that walks across the screen from right to left, twice.
Sam: You don't remember any of this?
Dean: Any of what?
Sam: This. Like it's happened before?
Dean: You mean like deja vu?
Sam: No, like it's...like it's really happened before.
Dean: Yeah, like deja vu.
Sam: Forget about deja vu! I'm asking you if it feels like we're living yesterday all over again?
Dean: Okay, how is that not...?
Sam: Don't say it!
Dean: Rise and shine, Sammy!
(Sam, realizing it's Wednesday, gets up and hugs Dean)
Dean: How many Tuesdays did you have?
Dean: All right, all right. We'll go tonight after closing, get us a nice long look.
Sam: Wait… what? No!
Dean: Why not?
Sam: Uhhh…. Let's just go now – right now. Business hours! Nice and crowded.
Dean: My god, you're a freak.
Dean: I'm not gonna die; not today.
Sam: Twice now I've watched you die and I can't. I won't do it again, okay? You're just gonna have to believe me. Please?
Dean: Okay. I still think you're nuts, but... okay, whatever this is, we'll figure it out.
Sam: (looking at alarm playing Back in Time) It's Wednesday!
Dean: Yeah, which usually comes after Tuesday. Turn that thing off, would ya?
Sam: What, are you kidding? This isn't the most beautiful song you ever heard?
Dean: No! Geez, how many Tuesdays did you have?
(after Dean gets hit by a car)
Sam: And what?
Dean: Did it look cool, like in the movies?
Sam: You peed yourself.
Dean: Of course I peed myself. Man gets hit by a car, you think he has full control over his bladder? Come on!
Dean: You mean we can't even go out for breakfast?
Sam: You'll thank me when it's Wednesday.
Dean: Whatever that means.
Trickster: Whoever said Dean was the dysfunctional one has never seen you with a sharp object in your hands.
Trickster: Sam, there's a lesson here that I've been trying to drill into that freakish Cro-Magnon skull of yours.
Trickster: Dean's your weakness. The bad guys know it too. It's gonna be the death of you, Sam. Sometimes you've just gotta let people go.
Dean: Sammy, I get all tingly when you take control like that.
Sam: Yesterday was Tuesday but today is Tuesday too!
Dean: ...yeah. You're totally balanced.
Sam and Dean: (in unison) Yeah, right. Nice guess. Right you're a mind reader. Cut it out, Sam. Sam. You think you're being funny but you're being really, really childish. Sam Winchester wears makeup. Sam Winchester cries his way through sex. Sam Winchester keeps a ruler by the bed and every morning when he wakes up... okay, enough!
Sam: I had a weird dream.
Dean: Yeah? Clowns or midgets?
Music: Heat of the Moment (Asia), Back in Time (Huey Lewis and the News)
Injoke: The song that plays when Sam wakes up on each new Tuesday was sung by Eric Cartman in the South Park episode "Kenny Dies," in which Kenny (a character who dies and returns each episode) died for "real" and stayed that way for some time.
Denmark: March 2, 2008 on TV3
Australia: March 3, 2008 on Network 10
UK: April 6, 2008 on ITV2
Latin America: May 7, 2008 on Warner Channel
Norway: August 17, 2008 on TVNorge
Spain: November 2, 2008 on AXN
Sweden: November 16, 2008 on Kanal 5
Portugal: January 15, 2009 on RTP2
Germany: March 9, 2009 on Premiere Film
Finland: July 2, 2009 on Sub
New Zealand: September 11, 2009 on TV2
Czech Republic: April 2, 2010 on Prima COOL
Slovakia: September 29, 2010 on Markiza
Trickster: Holy Full Metal Jacket!
Referencing the 1987 movie starring Matthew Modine and R. Lee Ermey, and chronicling new Marine recruits during the Vietnam war, and the stress they are exposed to that causes them to sometimes snap.
Trickster: You're Travis Bickle in a skirt, pal.
Referencing the character played by Robert De Niro in the 1976 movie Taxi Driver. De Niro plays a mentally unstable Vietnam veteran who decides to "protect" a teenage prostitute.
Dean: Like Groundhog Day?
Referencing the 1993 movie featuring Bill Murray as a weatherman who finds himself reliving the same day over... and over... and over again.
Dean: It all seems a little too X-Files to me.
Referencing the TV series that premiered in 1993 and ran for nine seasons, and featured David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as FBI agents investigating the paranormal. A number of crew on Supernatural worked on the series.
Dean: Okay, Kojak. Let's get some air.
Referencing the TV series of the same name that premiered in 1973, and featured Telly Savalas as a bald Greek police detective who sucked on lollipops and uttered the phrase "Who loves ya, baby?"
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