When Sam and Dean return to the apartment after been attacked by the shadows, Dean gives his father a hug. The right side of Dean's face is covered in fresh wet blood, but when he pushes his face against John, none of it ends up on John's face.
The Zoroastrian symbol is treated as a clue, and it is implied that it was used to summon the deva. However, the blood splatters that (somehow, see below) represent the symbol didn't exist until after Meredith died. Therefore, the symbol couldn't have been used to summon the deva.
At the end when the Winchesters exit the apartment Sam say they don't have much time because as soon as the flare goes out the shadow-demons will come back. How come they have time to stand and talk to each other for several minutes without being attacked?
During the various scenes with the Devas, both brothers are seriously injured – and we're not just talking the normal bumps and bruises, but deep and significant cuts and gouges across their faces and other parts of their bodies. The amount of blood spilled is way below what injuries of this kind would cause. Nor do these extremely significant gouges feature again.
When Sam and Dean are in the bar and Dean is talking to the bar girl, the picture cuts to Sam coming in. When it cuts back to Dean, the picture goes half a second back from where it actually ended.
Trivia: John drives a 1986 GMC Sierra Grande, registration number CSG 8R3.
When Sam and Dean are investigating Meredith's apartment, Dean gets some tape and traces out a symbol created by the blood spatter pattern. There were numerous splats of blood, with a number of combinations of joining them together. How did Dean come up with the symbol he did?
Meg: (to Sam) I saw you. Watching me, changing in my apartment. Turned you on, didn't it?
Dean: Get a room, you two.
Meg: Guys, hiding's a little bit childish, don't you think?
Dean: Well, that didn't work out like I planned.
John: Listen, try to understand. This demon is a scary son of a bitch. I don't want you caught in the crossfire. I don't want you hurt.
Sam: Dad, you don't have to worry about us.
John: Of course I do. I'm your father.
Dean: Hey, Sam, don't take this the wrong way, but your girlfriend is a bitch.
Sam: You killed those two people for nothing.
Meg: Baby, I'd kill a lot more for a lot less.
Sam: Yeah, this is... my brother Dean.
Meg: Oh, this is Dean.
Dean: (smiles) So you've heard of me.
Meg: Oh yeah, I've heard of you. Nice... the way you treat your brother like luggage.
Dean: (late to react) Sorry?
Sam: I thought I'd never see you again.
Meg: Well, I'm glad you were wrong.
(Dean does a fake cough, trying to get attention)
Meg: Dude, cover your mouth.
Sam: All right, Dean. This is the place.
Dean: You know, I've gotta say Dad and me did just fine without these stupid costumes. I feel like a high school drama dork. What was that play that you did? What was it, uh... Our Town. Yeah, you were good, it was cute.
Dean: What are you gonna do?
Sam: I'm gonna watch Meg.
Dean: Yeah, yeah.
Sam: I just wanna see what's what. Better safe than sorry.
Dean: All right, you little pervert.
Dean: So Sammy's got a thing for the bad girl.
Sam: I'm just saying that there's something about this girl that I can't quite put my finger on.
Dean: But I bet you'd like to. Maybe she's not a suspect, maybe... maybe you've got a thing for her, huh? Maybe you're thinking a little too much with your upstairs brain, huh?
John: I got there just in time to see the girl take the swan dive. (pause) She was the bad guy, right?
Sam and Dean: (in unison) Yes, sir.
(bound up by Meg)
Sam: Wanna have fun? Go ahead. I'm a little tied up right now.
Sam: I thought you were going to California.
Meg: I did. I came, I saw, I conquered.
Sam: How'd you figure that out?
Dean: Give me some credit, man. You don't have a corner on paper chasing around here.
Sam: Oh yeah? Name the last book you read.
Dean: Ah, I called Dad's friend, Caleb. He told me, all right?
Sam: So, you talk to the cops?
Dean: Uh, yeah. I spoke to Amy a, uh, charming and perky officer of the law.
Sam: Yeah, and what did you find out?
Dean: Well, she's a Sagittarius. She loves tequila, I mean...whew. Oh, and she's got this little tattoo...
Dean: (to Sam) Now, look, why don't you go knock on her door and, uhh, invite her to a poetry reading or whatever it is you do, huh?
(over the phone)
Dean: Let me guess - you're lurking outside that poor girl's apartment, aren't you?
Dean: You got a funny way of showing your affection.
Landlady: You guys said you're with the alarm company?
Dean: That's right.
Landlady: Well, no offense, but your alarm's about as useful as boobs on a man.
Dean: Well, that's why we're here.
Dean: I'm just saying these outfits cost hard-earned money.
Dean: Ours. You think credit card fraud is easy?
Dean: I talked to the bartender.
Sam: You get anything? Besides her number?
Dean: Dude, I'm a professional. I'm offended that you would think that (smiles and chuckles as he displays a napkin with her phone number) ...all right.
Sam: You mind doing a little bit of thinking with your upstairs brain, Dean?
Dean: So to recap, the only successful intel we've scored so far is the bartender's number.
Sam: I think there's something strange going on here.
Dean: Yeah, tell me about it. She wasn't even that into me!
Sam: Go to Hell.
Meg: Baby, I'm already there.
Dean: Hey, Sam…?
Dean: Next time you want to get laid… find a girl that's not so buckets of crazy, huh?
Dean: Now why don't you go give that girl a private strip-o-gram?
Sam: Bite me.
Dean: Bite her. Don't leave teeth marks, though, just enough to where... (Sam hangs up) Sam?
Dean: I feel like a high school drama dork.
This is a reference to the two stars. Jared had taken drama lessons since he was twelve and Jensen took drama as his arts elective in high school, which led to him starring in a play and being noticed by an LA manager.
Denmark: April 23, 2006 on TV3
France: January 15, 2007 on TF6
Portugal: January 22, 2007 on AXN
Belgium: July 18, 2007 on VT4
Germany: February 11, 2008 on ProSieben
The Netherlands: October 19, 2008 on NET5
Music: Pictures of Me by Vue, You Got Your Hooks In Me by Little Charlie and the Nightcats. The New World by X
Meg: Oh, and I met what's-his-name, something Michael Murray - at a bar.
Referring to Chad Michael Murray, with whom Jared Padalecki was a rival love interest for Rory Gilmore's affections on Gilmore Girls. They also worked together on House of Wax .
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