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Lucifer: (about hotel room) It's nice. Kind of like a men's room with beds.
Nora: Your number is not working, by the way.
Sam: Right, we, uh, we've had some technical difficulties, phone issues.
Dean: It's a monster problem, really.
Lucifer: Oh well, that's every cell phone Dean's got. One of them should have picked up, right? Big brother's probably dead.
Sam: Shut up.
Lucifer: He said "shut up" to me.
Lucifer: That's what I'm talking about, Sam--real interaction again. I miss that. The rapier wit. The wittier rape.
Sam: Yeah, well, new plan. Tracking spell. Bavarian, Egyptian, I don't care. Dealer's choice. Use the flesh of the body to find the body. And Dean. Do you want the ear, or the kid?
Lucifer: You're giving me chills.
Dean: (to demon) Is this what you do? Find postal workers, make them go postal?
Jeffrey: (to Dean) You were so desperate to fix the world back then. It kills you that people keep getting hurt. And you just can't stop it.
Dean: (before falling asleep) Screw consciousness, that's what I say.
Lucifer: (to Sam) You let me in. You wanted me, partner. So you think you can use your little tricks to banish me again, like that? No. I do believe I've got you, bunk buddy. Got my finger wiggling around in your brain pan.
Norway: April 13, 2012 on FEM
UK: October 3, 2012 on Sky LIVING
Finland: May 19, 2014 on Sub
Referencing the 1984 cult movie Repo Man, starring Emilio Estevez as a punk rocker who ends up getting into the automobile repossession business. He ends up trying to track down a stolen 1964 Chevrolet Malibu that has four alien corpses in the trunk.
Dean: Yeah, you're, uh, scooping days are over, Gomer.
Referencing Gomer Pyle, the auto mechanic who started off in The Andy Griffith Show and was played by Jim Nabors. The character proved popular enough that he was eventually spun off into Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. A gentle, naive hayseed, Gomer was a good friend and could be counted on in a pinch. the character used several catch phrases, including "Shazam!" and Gollllyyy!"
Lucifer: I'll even help you solve your little Nancy Drew mystery or whatever.
Referencing Nancy Drew, a teenage detective in a series of popular detective novels, which have been updated occasionally for modern audiences. Nancy Drew was created by Mildred Wirt Benson under the pen name "Carolyn Keene" and is probably known best under her TV incarnation in The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries from 1977.
Dean: So, what happened--red-headed mommy made you stuff birds, put on dresses?
Referencing the 1960 movie Psycho, which initially chronicles the exploits of a secretary embezzling money from her employer. She hides at an isolated motel owned by Norman Bates, who likes to stuff animals. He claims to have a mother who lives in the house at the top of the hill, but it is eventually revealed that she is a figment of Norman's delusional mind, and he dresses up like her to kill anyone who offends "Mother."
Demon: Keep sawing away at your ropes, Penelope Pitstop.
Referencing the animated heroine who first appeared in the Hanna-Barbera production Wacky Races in 1969 and was voiced by Janet Waldo. She drove car #5, the Compact Pussycat, which was equipped with beauty supplies. She was spun off into her own series, The Perils of Penelope Pitstop, which was based on the old Perils of Pauline movie shorts, and spent most of her time being captured by her nemesis, the Hooded Claw.
Lucifer: Good morning, Vietnam!
Referencing 1987 comedy-drama starring Robin Williams as Armed Forced Radio Services disc jockey Adrian Cronauer. Cronauer uses humor to deal with the death and tragedy in Vietnam in 1965, and his signature opening phrase is "Good morning, Vietnam!"
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