Sam and Dean go undercover at a spa when murder victims turn up hundred of pounds lighter after their deaths. The brothers soon discover that something is feeding on the victims' fat.
Dean: He shrunk from 300 pounds to 90 pounds.
Dean: Or a heavy-duty laxative.
Sam: I'll stay.
Dean: Ain't going to happen.
Dean: Because you're weird around girls.
Sam: What does that mean, weird.
Dean: You're awkward, weird--Sam weird.
Dean: How the hell do you know anything about yoga?
Sam: You're not the only one who's ever dated someone bendy.
Norway: March 28, 2014 on FEM
Music: Up Where We Belong (Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes)
Slim Jim Morgan: Like hell you did, Jabba.
Referencing Star Wars and the Hutt mobster, Jabba Desilijic Tiure, aka Jabba the Hutt. Jabba is a massive slug-like creature who maintains a court of bounty hunters, slaves, and sycophants who cater to his every whim. He is killed by Princess Leia in Return of the Jedi (1983).
Wayne McNut: Hey, back off, Skeletor.
Referencing the arch-villain of He-Man, in the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoons. He originally rules the dark side of Eternia from Snake Mountain and seeks to gain access to Castle Greyskull to unleash its ultimate power.
Dean: No, Rudy was on and then Unforgiven.
First referencing the 1993 sports movie starring Sean Astin as Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger, the real-life football player who managed to play for the University of Notre Dame despite his diminutive stature. Second referencing the 1992 Western starring Clint Eastwood as a hardbitten gunfighter who comes out of retirement to kill two cowboys.
Slim Jim Morgan: I mean, Gypsies are all the rage on TV—My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding, Gypsy Sisters, Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
Referencing the 2010 British TV series about Gypsy brides, the 2013 TLC series, and the E! reality TV series about Kim Kardashian and her family in New Jersey.
Dean: A Thinner sitch here?
Referencing the 1984 novel by Stephen King, written under his pseudonym of Richard Bachman. A lawyer inadvertently runs over an old Gypsy woman, killing her, and her father curses the lawyer to slowly waste away to nothing, growing skeletally thin in the process. The novel was made into a movie in 1996.
Mala: Wayne used to call me his Princess Jasmine.
Referencing one of the main characters of the 1992 Disney animated movie Aladdin. Jasmine is the plucky hero who tires of life in the castle as pampered royalty, meets Aladdin, and falls in love with him.
Dean: Kind of like Hans and Franz, uh, but less German.
Referencing the recurring SNL characters, played by Dana Carvey and Kevin Nealon. They were Austrian weightlifters and jocks who spent most of their time calling anyone weaker than them "girlie men" and reciting their catchphrase, "We're going to pump... you up!"
Sheriff Hanscum: Agent Frehley.
Sam uses the alias of Ace Frehley, a founding member of and guitarist with the rock band Kiss.
Sam: Invasion of the Body Snatchers.
Referencing the 1956 movie based on the 1954 novel by Jack Finney. The movie portrays the takeover of a small town by aliens who replace the human residents by taking on their bodies but not their emotions. The movie spawned three remakes.
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