Season 7 Episode 8

Season 7, Time for a Wedding!

Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Nov 11, 2011 on The CW



  • Trivia

    • There are two victims, the lottery winner and the baseball player. Both of those are on "Sam and Becky's Investigation" board, and the baseball player is clearly labeled Victim 2. However, right after Marsha avoids death, the episode cuts to Sam having another headache. There's a spot for Victim 3 and what appears to be a framed newspaper headline. However, at this point there is no Victim 3, and given that seconds ago Marsha evaded death, there wouldn't be any newspaper article about her near-fatal accident.

  • Quotes

    • Sam: I got you a present.
      Becky: His and hers fake ID?!? Oh!

    • Dean: I assume that Bobby filled you in on the road.
      Garth: He told me two things. One, he's tangling with a major-league nest up in Oregon territory. Numero dos, he said you'd be all, uh, surly and premenstrual working with me. But, hey, man, sticks and stones.

    • Craig: Say, fellas, what's with the third degree?
      Garth: Oh, no offense. We were just wondering if you get here by nefarious means.
      Dean: Whoa! Garth!
      Garth: Oh. Uh, I--I didn't mean, of course, corporate backstabbing--I'm sorry. I meant more like, uh, you know, black magic or hoodoo.
      Dean: He jokes. He's a--he's a jokester. Let's, uh, rewind.

    • Dean: Okay, you know what? I'm trying to save you from a really bad accident.
      Marsha: Are you threatening me?
      Dean: No. No, I'm--I'm pointing out a pattern. Why do people keep thinking I'm threatening them?
      Garth: Because it sounded like a threat, dude.

    • Becky: Whatever is killing people... it's something else.
      Sam: It's never something else! When are there ever two crazy things in town at the same time?

    • Becky: But I thought we were besties.
      Guy: Ohh, honey. That is so depressingly "Becky." I mean, it's--you're so pathetic, it actually loops back around again to cute.

    • Guy: I wasn't thrilled to see your new hubby was Sam freakin' Winchester. I mean, if he knew that I was here talking you, I mean, he'd probably...
      Becky: Gank your ass.
      Guy: Yes! And I'm very protective of my ass. It's one of my best features.

    • Crowley: Sam, mazel tov. Who's the lucky lady?
      Becky: You're Crowley.
      Crowley: And you're--well, I'm sure you have a wonderful personality, dear.

    • Dean: Well, buddy, I got to say, man--uh, you don't suck.
      Garth: Thank you .That's the nicest thing anyone's ever said to me.

  • Notes

    • International Airdates:
      Canada: November 16, 2011 on SPACE
      Australia: November 21, 2011 on ELEVEN
      Norway: February 24, 2012 on FEM
      UK: September 12, 2012 on Sky LIVING
      Finland: March 30, 2014 on Sub

    • DJ Qualls is billed as Special Guest Star.

    • Music: Bridal Chorus (Wagner), Cherish (The Association)

    • The standard season 7 credits opening, with "Supernatural" exploding into black gore, features a wedding cake exploding.

  • Allusions

    • Dean: Okay, Dead Poet's Society, fine.
      Referencing the movie Dead Poets Society (1989) which stars Robin Williams as a dedicated teacher at a boys' school.

    • Garth: Oh, Marmaduke, you're crazy!
      Referencing the beloved cartoon Great Dane created and drawn by Brad Anderson that has endured for over fifty years, been published in more than twenty countries, and been compiled in more than twenty books that have made over $10 million dollars.

    • Garth: We find Sam, hopefully fix this, everybody's home in time for America's Got Talent.
      Referencing the NBC reality series, starting in 2006, which is eventually a glorified talent show where people compete for a $1 million prize by displaying their talents. They also star as a headliner in a Las Vegas show.

    • Becky: Wiccans are good, like Glinda of Oz.
      Referencing Glinda, the Good Witch of the South, in L. Frank Baum's Oz books. She first appears The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900) and is a continuing character throughout the series, lending her vast magical powers to a variety of causes. In the 1939 MGM film, she becomes the Good Witch of the North, and the movie combines both witches into a single character for narrative purposes.