Dean: Still driving the plastic piece of crap, huh?
Sam: What's your mileage again?
Dean: Shut up.
Sam: Were you, uh... racing me?
Dean: No. I was kicking your ass.
Sam: Very mature.
Dean: Well, let's give it a shot. Now I lay me down to sleep. I pray to Castiel to get his feathery ass down here.
Sam: You're an idiot.
Dean: Stay positive.
Sam: Oh, I am positive
Sam: (as Castiel teleports in) Like I said, the son of a bitch doesn't answer... he's right behind me, isn't he?
Castiel: You think I came because you called? I came because of this.
Dean: Oh, well, it's nice to know what matters.
Castiel: It does help one to focus.
Castiel: There's only one thing that could have brought this into existence. You call it the Staff of Moses.
Sam: The Staff?
Castiel: It was used in a dominance display against the Egyptians, as I recall.
Dean: Yeah, that would make the papers.
Sam: But I thought the staff, like, turned a river into blood, not one dude.
Castiel: The weapon isn't being used at full capability. I think we can rule Moses out as a suspect.
Castiel: We must find the weapon that did this. I need your help.
Sam: That's rich. Really.
Castiel: Sam, Dean, my "people skills" are "rusty." Pardon me, but I have spent the last year as a multidimensional wavelength of celestial intent.
Castiel: If the angel we seek truly bought this boy's soul, when a claim is laid on a living soul, it leaves a mark, a brand.
Sam: What, like a--like a shirt tag at camp?
Castiel: I have no idea.
Dean: Too many angels, Cass! I don't know who's on first, what's on second.
Castiel: What is "second"?
Dean: Don't start that.
Castiel: What... is all this? What are you doing?
Balthazar: Whatever I want. This morning I had a menage a... what's the French word for 12?
Balthazar: Same thing happened to Lot's wife. Iodize the poor sucker, and your kitchen's stocked for life.
Balthazar: Holy fire. You hairless ape! Release me!
Dean: First you're taking your marker off of Aaron Birch's soul.
Balthazar: Am I?
Sam: Unless you like your wings extra crispy, I'd think about it.
Balthazar: Castiel, I stood for you in Heaven. Are you gonna let...?
Castiel: I believe the hairless ape has the floor.
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Dean: Lookin' sharp, Kojak.
Referencing the bald New York police detective, Theo Kojak, played by actor Telly Savalas in the TV series of the same name. The Greek detective is best known for his habit of sucking on lollipops to fight the urge to smoke, and his catchphrase, "Who loves ya, baby?" The show had a short-lived revival/remake in 2005.
Dean: What is Chuck Heston's disco stick doing down here, anyway?
Referencing the 1956 movie The Ten Commandments. Charlton Heston plays Moses, who inflicts the ten plagues on the Pharaoh and leads his people out of Egypt.
Dean: I don't know who's on first, what's on second.
Referencing the classic vaudeville Abbott & Costello comedy routine. The comedy duo first performed the routine during a tour in 1937, went on to do it on radio on The Kate Smith Hour in March 1938, and performed it in their movie debut in One Night in the Tropics (1940). They also performed the routine in The Naughty Nineties (1945) in what is considered their finest recorded rendition. The routine is based off the confusion caused by a baseball team where all of the players have names that are brief statements (Who, What, I Don't Know, Why, Because, Tomorrow, Today). Abbott tries to explain that Who is the first baseman, confusing Costello who keeps asking "Who's on first?" and being told "Yes."
Dean: I was expecting more Dr. No, less Liberace.
Dr. No is the villain in the 1958 James bond novel of the same name, written by Ian Fleming. Although it is Fleming's sixth novel, it was the first movie (in 1962). Liberace (1919-1987) is the famous entertainer and pianist, known for his gaudy and overly expensive lifestyle.
References the 1949 British film The Third Man. The film stars Joseph Cotten, Alida Valli, Orson Welles, and Trevor Howard. Set in a recovering Vienna after World War II, it follows American writer Holly Martins as he tries to find his friend Harry Lime who has offered him work. However, upon arriving he finds that his friend recently died in a car accident. As he delves deeper into his friend's accident, he discovers that all is not what it seems.
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