Castiel: You need to be more careful.
Dean: You need to learn how to manage a damn devil's trap.
Alastair: You know, it was supposed to be your father. He was supposed to bring it on. But in the end, it was you.
Dean: Bring what on?
Alastair: Every night, same offer, remember? Same as your father, and finally you said sign me up. Oh, the first time you picked up my razor, the first time you sliced into that weeping bitch. That was the first seal.
Dean: You're lying.
Alastair: And it is written that the first seal shall be broken when a righteous man sheds blood in hell. As he breaks, so shall it break. We had to break the first seal before any others, only way to get the dominos to fall, right? Top of the one at the front of the line. When we win, when we bring on the Apocalypse and burn this earth down, we owe it all to you, Dean Winchester. Believe me, son, I wouldn't lie about that. It's kinda a religious sort of thing, I think.
Dean: No, I don't think you are lying. But even if the demons do win, you won't be there to see it.
Alastair: I couldn't break him, pulled out all the stops, but John, he was made of something unique. The stuff of heroes. But then came Dean. Dean Winchester, I thought I was up against it again. But, daddy's little girl, he broke. He broke in thirty. Just not the man your daddy wanted you to be, huh, Dean?
Castiel: I know our fate rests with you.
Dean: Then you guys are screwed. I can't do it, Cass, it's too big. Alastair was right. I'm not a hero, I'm not strong enough. Well I guess I'm not the man either of our dads wanted me to be. Find someone else. It's not me.
Dean: Home, crappy home.
Uriel: Winchester and Winchester
Dean: Oh, come on!
Uriel: You are needed.
Dean: Needed? We just got back from needed!
Uriel: Now, you mind your tone with me.
Dean: No, you mind your damn tone with us.
Sam: We just got back from Pamela's funeral.
Dean: Pamela, you know, psychic Pamela? You remember her. Cass, you remember her. You burned her eyes out. Remember that? Good times!
Dean: I want to talk to Cass alone.
Uriel: I think I'll go seek... revelation. We might have some further orders.
Dean: Well, get some doughnuts while you're out.
Uriel: Ah, this one just won't quit. I think I'm starting to like you, boy.
(Uriel flies away)
Dean: You guys don't walk enough. You're gonna get flabby. You know, I'm starting to think Junkless has a better sense of humor than you do.
Castiel: Uriel's the funniest angel in the garrison. Ask anyone.
Alastair: They sent you to torture me?
Dean: You got one chance. One. Tell me who is killing the angels. I want a name.
Alastair: You think I'll see all your scary toys and spill my guts?
Dean: Oh, you'll spill your guts, one way or another. I just didn't want to ruin my shoes.
Alastair: Sorry. Something caught in my throat. I think it's my throat.
Castiel: Lucifer is not God.
Uriel: God isn't God any more.
Castiel: You can't win, Uriel. I still serve God.
Uriel: You haven't even met the man. There is no will. No wrath. No God.
Anna: (killing him) Maybe, maybe not. But there's still me.
Denmark: April 26, 2009 on TV3
UK: May 3, 2009 on ITV2
Australia: June 22, 2009 on Channel TEN
Norway: July 9, 2009 on FEM
Portugal: August 10, 2009 on AXN
Sweden: September 27, 2009 on Kanal 5
Spain: December 14, 2009 on AXN
Germany: January 18, 2010 on Sky Cinema Hits
Poland: May 28, 2010 on TVN7
New Zealand: June 2, 2010 on TV2
Czech Republic: August 27, 2010 on Prima COOL
Finland: July 26, 2011 on Sub
Slovakia: April 3, 2013 on Markiza
Alastair: It's your professionalism I respect.
Alastair is using a quote from Little Shop of Horrors(1986). Arthur Denton (Bill Murray) says this when Orin Scrivello, DDS (Steve Martin) is using dental torture on him. Denton actually enjoys what is being done to him.
Alastair: Heaven... I'm in Heaven, and my heart beats so that I can hardly speak...
Referencing the popular song Cheek to Cheek written by Irving Berlin and originally performed by Fred Astaire in the movie Top Hat (1935).
Alastair: Go directly to Hell. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200.
References the popular board game Monopoly in which players buy property in an effort to make the other players lose all of their money. When you make it all the way around the board, you pass the "Go" square and collect $200 unless you get a card that sends you to "Jail."
Alastair: Grasshopper, you're going to have to get creative to impress me.
Referencing the TV series Kung Fu (1972-1975), starring David Carradine as Kwai Chang Caine, a Shaolin priest who wandered America in the 19th century. "Grasshopper" was the nickname that his mentor, Master Po, referred to him as.
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