Special Agent Morris
Bobby: Okay, Chet, let's see how you like a little fruit of the poison tree.
Chet: Isn't that just a legal expression?
Bobby: You're gonna wish it was.
Bobby: These things are smarter than you.
Sam: Geez, Bobby, don't sugarcoat it.
Bobby: Well, if you're gonna be stupid, you might as well be smart about it.
Frank: Guy saves your life one time, and, what, you owe him the rest of yours?
Dean: That's usually how it works, yeah.
Sam: Um, great, so what is the pattern?
Frank: No clue, man. I can't see it.
Sam: Seems random.
Frank: Little tip from a pro--there is no such thing as a random series of robbery murders by your evil twins.
Bobby: What the hell are you doing here?
Jody: You're all charm, Bobby.
Bobby: So my therapist keeps telling me.
Jody: I, uh... I wanted to come thank you.
Bobby: Thank me?
Jody: Well, yeah, seeing as they were fresh out of "thanks for saving me from liver-saving surgeon" cards at the store.
Bobby: Yeah, that. Just doing my job. Which nobody pays me for.
Sam: It's temporary, Dean.
Dean: Nobody puts Baby in a corner.
Sam: You know that's a line from...
Dean: Swayze movie. Swayze always gets a pass!
Leviathan Sam: You know, I had a brother with this many issues once.
Leviathan Dean: Yeah?
Leviathan Sam: You know what I did?
Leviathan Dean: Hmmm?
Leviathan Sam: I ate him.
Leviathan Dean: Of course you did.
Jody: Hey, you take mayo, right, Bobby?
Dean: (over the phone) You got a chick over there?
Bobby: What? No.
Dean: Are you even working, Richard Gere?
Bobby: Shut up, you idjit.
Leviathan Bobby: (to Bobby) Your favorite singer is Joanie friggin' Mitchell? Ah, Bobby. You are 10 pounds of sad in a 5-pound bag.
Bobby: You a Browning fan?
Leviathan Bobby: Come again?
Bobby: Robert Browning. Poet. You got that name rattling around up there with the rest of my thoughts and feelings?
Leviathan Bobby: Well, it's kind of hard to sift through all the drunken blackouts, but...
Bobby: "A man's reach should exceed his grasp."
Leviathan Bobby: I like that. That's actually lovely. Browning? After I eat you, I'm definitely going to hit the library.
Leviathan Dean: (to Sam) I just don't get it. You could be anything. You're strong. You're uninhibited. You're smart enough, believe it or not.
Crowley: A token.
Dick Roman: You shouldn't have. I love a muffin.
Crowley: 100% organic baby uvulas. Gluten-free.
Dick Roman: So considerate.
Crowley: Straight talk. We should be friends, you and I.
Dick Roman: Why? Why in the world would we be?
Crowley: To steal every last soul, you mean. You and that angel friend of yours. Don't roofie me and call it romance.
Dick Roman: To steal every last soul, you mean. You and that angel friend of yours. Don't roofie me and call it romance.
Crowley: I think you've got me wrong.
Dick Roman: Now it's your turn to listen. I'd sooner swim through hot garbage than shake hands with a bottom-feeding mutation like you. You demons are ugly, lazy, gold-digging whores. You're less than humans, and they're not good for much until you dip them in garlic sauce.
Canada: November 2, 2011 on SPACE
Norway: February 10, 2012 on FEM
UK: September 5, 2012 on Sky LIVING HD
Music: All Out of Love (Air Supply)
Bobby: In the meantime, I'll keep working on Chatty Cathy here.
Referencing the Mattel doll, created in 1959 and retired in 1965, that had a small spring-wound phonograph disk in its chest. Pulling on the string would let the doll recite 11 pre-recorded phrases.
Morris: That or Batmobile.
Referencing any of a number of four-wheeled vehicles driven by Batman through the streets of Gotham City. The earlier version appeared in Detective Comics #27 (May 1939). The original vehicle was a plain red sedan. The name was first used in Detective Comics #48 (February 1941). Later versions used a black/dark blue paint job, a Bat motif, and scalloped wings, and incorporated weaponry and special gadgets.
Frank: Big Brother, he has many eyeballs, my friend.
Referencing the novel 1984 by George Orwell, which introduced the concept of a "Big Brother" government agency that monitors the populace through near-omnipresent security cameras.
Frank: Psycho Butch and Sundance.
Referencing the 1969 Western movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. It is loosely based on the exploits of bank robbers Butch Cassidy (Paul Newman) and The Sundance Kid (Robert Redford), and popularized the legends of the two historical figures. The movie ends with Butch and Sundance charging out into the guns of the Bolivian Army rather than be taken alive.
Frank: Your doubles want to be on Candid Camera.
Referencing the long-running series, hosted during much of its time on-air by Allen Funt from 1947 through 2000), which staged fake incidents and captured the unsuspecting bystanders' reactions on camera.
Bobby: Pumpkin-and-Honeybunny'd a diner there.
Referencing the 1994 film Pulp Fiction, which features a segment where a couple, Ringo (nicknamed "Pumpkin") and Yolanda ("Honey Bunny"), decide to hold up a diner in the middle of their meal, drawing guns and yelling at everyone to get down.
Dean: Okay, let me get Mr. Wizard on speed-dial.
Referencing Don Herbert, who rose to fame as Mr. Wizard, the creator and host of four science-based educational TV series. He first appeared on the air in 1951 and after the initial show was canceled after 547 episodes, went on to produce three similarly-themed television programs.
Dean: You want me to Desperate Housewife these mothers?
Referencing the popular ABC prime-time soap opera of sorts, focusing on the lives of a group of women in the fictional town of Fairview.
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