During the scene where Bobby and Sheriff Mills are talking on the bridge, the Sheriff's left collar alternates between being above/below the shoulder strap of her seat belt.
Crowley: Making merry, have we?
Bobby: Bite me.
Crowley: If that's your thing.
Agent Adams: I just want to take a look around.
Bobby: You got a warrant, sonny?
Agent Adams: Well, do I need one, sir?
Sheriff Mills: Okay, fellas, put the rulers away, zip up.
Bobby: Why'd you send him outside?
Sheriff Mills: Because I didn't think you'd want him in here.
Bobby: I don't. I've got a body in the basement.
Sheriff Mills: My point.
Bobby: Yeah, but I've got another body buried in the yard.
Sheriff Mills: Damn it!
Rufus: You're still alive, huh?
Bobby: Don't act so surprised.
Rufus: How about Godzilla?
Bobby: Put her down.
Rufus: So you just happened to have a bamboo dagger blessed by a Shinto priest laying around?
Bobby: Wood chipper.
Rufus: Oh. Okey-dokey, wood chipper. That pretty much trumps... everything.
Bobby: Sam, Dean, I love you like my own. I do. But sometimes... sometimes you two are the whiniest, most self-absorbed sons of bitches I ever met. I'm selfish? Me? I do everything for you. Everything! You need some lore scrounged up, you need your asses pulled out of the fire, you need someone to bitch to about each other. You call me, and I come through. Every damn time! And what do I get for it? Jack with a side of squat!
Bobby: Do I sound like I'm done? Now look, I know you got issues. God knows, I know. But I got a news flash for you. You ain't the center of the universe! Now it may have slipped your minds that Crowley owns my soul, and the meter is running. And I'll be damned if I'm going to sit around and be damned. So how about you two sack up and help me for once?
Crowley: I thought when I got the corner office, it was all going to be rainbows and two-headed puppies. But if I'm being honest, it's been hell.
Bobby: I thought that was the point.
Crowley: You know what the problem with demons is?
Bobby: They're demons?
Crowley: Exactly. Evil, lying prats, the whole lot of them. They're stupid. You try to show them a new way, a better way, and what do you get? Bugger all! You know, there's days that I think Lucifer's whole "spike anything with black eyes" plan wasn't half bad. Hpph. Feels good to get it off my chest. We should make this a thing.
Bobby: Do I look like Dr. Phil to you?
Crowley: A little.
Crowley: So on with it.
Bobby: I want...
Crowley: Uh, save me the recap. In fact, I'll do the shorthand for you. (as Bobby) "I want my soul back, idjit!" (as himself) Afraid not. (as Bobby) "But I'm surly and I got a beard. Gimme." (as himself) Blah blah blah. Homespun cornpone insult. Witty retort from yours truly. The bottom line is, you get bupkis. Are we done?
Bobby: Now, you may be king of the dirtbags here, but in life, you were nothing but a two-bit tailor who sold his soul in exchange for an extra three inches below the belt.
Crowley: Just trying to hit double digits.
Dean: Did you really use to wear a skirt?
Crowley: A kilt. I had very athletic calves.
Crowley: I believe those are mine.
Dean: You know, now that I think about it, maybe I'll just napalm your ass anyhow.
Sam: Dean. He's a dick, but a deal's a deal.
Crowley: I don't need you to fight my battles for me, moose. Get bent.
When Sam and Dean are "in Scotland," the castle in the background is Eilean Donnan Castle in Dornie (close to the Isle of Skye) on the west coast of Scotland.
Music: The Gambler (Kenny Rogers)
This episode marks Jensen Ackles' TV directorial debut.
Norway: January 28, 2011 on FEM
Sweden: March 25, 2011 on Kanal 5
Australia: May 9, 2011 on ELEVEN
UK: Wednesday, June 29, 2011 on Sky LIVING
Spain: September 26, 2011 on AXN
Finland: December 11, 2012 on Sub
Referencing the 1989 movie Weekend at Bernie's, which features the exploits of two insurance executives who are forced to cover up the death of their boss by pretending that he's alive, and using his corpse to further the pretense so that the Mob won't come after them.
Marcy: Have you seen Drag Me to Hell?
Referencing the 2009 movie by Sam Raimi. In it, a bank loan officer is the target of a Gypsy curse and has three days before she is dragged to Hell for her offense. During that period, she is haunted by a lamia, an evil spirit that bears little resemblance to the creature seen here.
Rufus: How about Godzilla?
Referencing the most famous of giant Japanese monsters, who made his screen debut in Godzilla (1954). Originally a parable on the dangers of nuclear war in the aftermath of the World War II bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Godzilla spawned three separate movie series where he battled aliens and other giant monsters, and appeared in two TV cartoon series, several comics, and an American remake in 1998.
Bobby: Do I look like Dr. Phil?
Referencing the TV talk show hosted by Phil McGraw, spun off from a successful segment on The Oprah Winfrey Show. McGraw provides advice and counseling to guests with a wide range of problems.
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