Dick: Which is why we're diving whole hog into what keeps Americans living longer and tasting better.
Gloria: You do mean of course to say the food will be tasting better.
Dick: That's exactly what I mean.
Dick: Susan... are we still looking for a rep in mainstream media?
Susan: Yes, we are.
Dick: Wunderbar. Put a replace order on Gloria there.
Susan: And with the corpse?
Dick: Call Chief Fieri. I feel like barbecue.
Dean: Okay, man, I have read this more times then the Playboy I found in Dad's duffle.
Sam: Anna Nicole?
Dean: Anna Nicole. Ah, the good, they die young, huh?
Dean: "Roman acquires…" What's SucroCorp?
Sam: They make food additives. Namely, high-fructose corn syrup. Well, that crap is in just about everything. Soda, sauces, bread...
Dean: Don't say pie.
Sam: Definitely pie.
Vampire: Go to hell.
Edgar: No, my neighborhood is worse than that.
Sam: Monks get up at 4 a.m. to pray.
Dean: Ugh. Can't get laid, can't sleep in. A friggin's tragedy.
Emily: What's a Kardashian?
Dean: Oh, that's... just another bloodsucker.
Gloria: Yesterday I introduced you to this rising star in American business. In this hour we go behind the scenes and answer the question everyone's been asking for months: what makes Dick so hard to beat?
Alpha Vampire: We come from you.
Alpha Vampire: I am the son of Eve.
Edgar: A pathetic mutt. Hardly one of us. I knew Eve, and honestly, your mommy was a whore.
Music: Why Can't We Be Friends? (War)
Injoke: The book the vampires use to conceal the hidden button is "How to Serve Man." The book is best known for featuring in the original Twilight Zone episode "To Serve Man." Initially believed to be a book for an alien race instructing them on how to dedicate themselves to mankind, the twist at the end is that it is actually a cookbook.
Australia: May 21, 2012 on Eleven
Norway: June 1, 2012 on FEM
UK: October 31, 2012 on Sky LIVING
Referencing the 2007 movie loosely based on Upton Sinclair's 1927 novel Oil! The story revolves around the intrigue and backstabbing during the oil boom in California in the late 19th century.
Sam: Just saying that the lore doesn't have a single real-life example of Casper the Friendly Ghost.
Referencing the animated character Casper The Friendly Ghost. Casper was first developed as a series of theatrical shorts. Casper later appeared in comic books, a few television series, and finally a full length theatrical movie.
Dean: What about Paula Deen over here?
Referencing the celebrity chef who started as a bank teller but became a caterer. She has since hosted several Food Network TV series and published numerous books on cooking.
Dean: I think any way you slice it, you got Pac Man and True Blood in the same room, and that's bad news.
Referencing first the video game character Pac Man, a small yellow circle with a large mouth that runs around a maze eating pac-dots. True Blood is the HBO TV series based on The Southern Vampire Mystery series of novels by Charlaine Harris, which features vampires as members of human society after the creation of synthetic blood for them to feed on.
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