Sheriff Roy Dobbs
Dean: What are you watching?
Sam: Just trying to catch up, So... Mel Gibson really took a turn this past year, huh?
Dean: Or he's possessed. Seriously, think about it.
Dean: One of Dad's rules--you never use the same crapper twice.
Sam: Everyone uses the same crapper twice.
Dean: Not us. (Sam stares) You know what I mean.
Dean: Hey, Sam. So, how does it feel to be a fugitive again? Hate to say "I told you so."
Sam: You love to say "I told you so."
Dean: Actually, you're right, I do love to say "I told you so."
Dean: Well, can I get you anything?
Sam: What are you now, my waitress?
Dean: I'm just trying to make you feel better. Don't be a bitch.
UK: August 31, 2011 on Sky LIVING
Sweden: October 14, 2011 on Kanal 5
Spain: November 28, 2011 on AXN
Finland: February 12, 2013 on Sub
In-Joke: Jensen Ackles (Dean) starred as Eric Brady in the hit soap Days of Our Lives from 1997 until 2000.
Deputy Atkins: Agents Roark and Wynand.
Referencing the 1943 novel The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand, in which architect Howard Roark attempts to implement his new ideas for buildings and overcome his outdated tradition-bound colleagues. Gail Wynand is the newspaper magnate who befriends Roark and eventually chooses to defend him despite the risk to his financial empire.
Brenna: What is this, Days of Our Lives?
Referencing the long-running NBC soap opera that first broadcast in November 8, 1965. It revolves primarily around the Horton family, and has varied over the years from a realistic portrayal of suburban life, to adding supernatural and science fiction elements to stay topical and maintain its audience while bringing in new viewers.
Dean: Well, let's Memento this thing, shall we?
Referencing the 2000 film about a man, Leonard Shelby, who suffers from anterograde amnesia and can't retain new memories. The film starts with his murdering a man, and then uses alternating narrative tracks, one in reverse chronological order, to depict the events leading up to the murder.
Samuel: So Roy's just some redshirt to you?
"Redshirts" is a term coined by the original Star Trek series, where security officers wore uniforms with red shirts, and often their only function in an episode was to die violently to emphasize the danger of a situation.
Dean: My Spidey senses are tingling.
Referencing the comic book character Spider-Man's enhanced senses, which grant him a form of precognition capable of letting him sense and then respond to most things that would pose a danger to him.
Dean: Well, you did kill Spider-Man.
Referencing the Marvel comic book character created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, and who first appeared in Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. 1962). Peter Parker, bitten by a radioactive spider, gains spider-like powers and becomes a superhero. The hero, Marvel's icon, has had several of his own comic book series and appeared in TV shows and movies.
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