Dean: Anyway, I--I left the flask over here the other night.
Lydia: Yes, I found it. It was so beat up and old, I almost tossed it.
Dean: Yeah, well, the guy it belonged to was, uh, beat-up and old, too. But I was very close to him and I'd hate to lose it.
Dean: I'm outside Lydia's.
Sam: Oh, come on, man, what are you--what are you, obsessed or something?
Dean: Now, I'm telling you, I have been eating at the buffet of strange all afternoon.
Dean: Then all of a sudden--boom--baby.
Sam: Yeah, the one you thought talked.
Dean: Oh, it talked. And not baby talk, either.
Sam: Yeah, you know so much about child development.
Dean: I know enough to know they don't say, "Hey, Mom, who's that guy?"
Emma: You're a good man. My mother told me that.
Dean: Ha. I seriously doubt she said that. And if you knew me you would seriously doubt it's true.
Morrison: Wherever did you get it?
Sam: Uh, uh, uh crazy drunk old genius.
Morrison: Yeah, they always have the good stuff.
Dean: Oh, what you're dealing with it so perfect. Yeah, newsflash, pal, you're just as screwed up as I am. You're just... bigger.
Dean: I don't know.
Norway: March 30, 2012 on FEM
UK: September 26, 2012 on Sky LIVING
Music: The Devil's Gotta Earn (Brett Detar), Shook Me All Night Long (AC/DC)
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