Hope Lynn Casey
Sam: (to Audrey) I'm really sorry to have to break this to you, but your bear is sick. Yeah, he's, he's got...
Dean: Lollipop disease.
Sam: Lollipop disease.
Dean: It's not uncommon for a bear his size, but see it's, it's contagious.
Sam: Yeah. So is there someone, maybe a grown up you can stay with while we treat him?
Teddy Bear: Look at this. You believe this crap?
Dean: Not really.
Teddy Bear: It is a terrible world. Why am I here?
Audrey: For tea parties!
Teddy Bear: Tea parties? Is that all there is? (starts crying)
Waiter: You have got to try our Ice Cream Extreme. It's extreme.
Sam: Uh, no extremities, please.
Dean: I got to tell you, I'm pretty disappointed.
Sam: You wanted to save naked women.
Dean: Darn right I wanted to save some naked women.
Dean: Or it's a Bigfoot. You know, and he's some kind of alcoholo-porno addict. Kind of like a deep-woods Duchovny.
Wes: Aren't you the guys from the Health Department?
Sam: Yeah. And florists on the side.
Dean: Plus FBI. And on Thursdays, we're teddy bear doctors.
Dean: Doesn't matter who we are. What matters is what we know.
Dean: The things that I saw. There aren't words. There is no forgetting. there's no making it better. Because it is right here… forever. You wouldn't understand. and I could never make you understand. So I am sorry.
Sam: Are we... should we... are we going to kill this teddy bear?
Dean: How? Do we shoot it, burn it?
Sam: I don't know. Both?
Dean: How do we even know that's gonna work? I mean I don't want some giant, flaming, pissed-off teddy on our hands.
Sam: Yeah. Besides, I get the feeling that the bear isn't really the, you know, core problem here.
Sam: Up in Concrete, Washington, eyewitness reports of a ghost that's been haunting the showers of a women's health facility. The victim claims that the ghost threw her down a flight of stairs. (Dean chokes on his beer) I can see you're very interested.
Dean: Women, showers. We got to save these people.
Dean: So what, Bigfoot breaks into a liquor store jonesing for some hooch? Amaretto and Irish Cream. He's a girl-drink drunk.
The area of Vancouver this episode was filmed in is the same area as was used as Elmo, Alaska in the TV series Men in Trees. For example during the first shot of Concrete, Washington, the Chieftain Pub from Men In Trees can be seen on the left of the screen
Australia: November 17, 2008 on Channel 10
Denmark: January 11, 2009 on TV3
UK: March 8, 2009 on ITV2
Sweden: May 3, 2009 on Kanal 5
Norway: May 14, 2009, on FEM
Portugal: June 8, 2009, on AXN
Spain: October 19, 2009 on AXN
Germany: December 14, 2009 on Sky Cinema Hits
Poland: April 2, 2010 on TVN7
New Zealand: April 7, 2010 on TV2
Czech Republic: July 2, 2010 on Prima COOL
Finland: May 31, 2011 on Sub
Slovakia: March 22, 2013 on Markiza
The name of the lottery winner seen in the last newspaper headline, George Neuman, is a reference to series set decorator George Neuman.
Dean: Or it's a Bigfoot. You know, and he's some kind of a...alcoholo-porno addict. Kinda like a deep-woods Duchovny.
Referencing actor David Duchovny, who plays a sex addict in the Showtime series Californication. A year after the show began its run, Duchovny admitted to having a sex addiction of his own.
Todd: Kneel before Todd!
Referencing the Kryptonian villain General Zod from DC Comics who battles Superman. He first appeared in Adventure Comics #283 (April 1961) and was created by Robert Bernstein and George Papp. Originally he was banished to the Phantom Zone by Superman's father. The line of dialogue above comes from Superman II (1980), when Zod (Terence Stamp) and his two cohorts escape from the Phantom Zone and force Superman to kneel before them.
Dean: You see, with great power comes great...
Referencing the line commonly attributed to the comic book character Spider-Man, created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, and omitting the word "responsibility." The line, as first used in Amazing Fantasy #15, is actually "With great power there must also come great responsibility."
Dean: Run, Forrest, run!
Referencing the 1994 movie, based on the novel by Winston Green. The movie stars Tom Hanks as Forrest Gump, a not particularly intelligent man who finds himself unwittingly at the center of many historic moments of the 50s, 60s, and 70s while seeking to be together with his childhood friend Jenny.
Dean: What's this, like a Harry and the Hendersons deal?
Referencing the 1987 movie starring John Lithgow, Melinda Dillon, and Don Ameche. The Henderson family hit an animal which turns out to be Bigfoot. They take the creature into their home and have to deal with the authorities and the hunter out to capture "Harry."
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