A year ago in Bristol, Rhode Island, Sam and Samuel are at an abandoned warehouse. Sam fires a series of shots while Samuel looks on. They then leave, and Sam says that his wounded arm will hold until they get out of town. As they drive out of Bristol, a deputy pulls them over, believing that their FBI agents, and asks if they know where Sheriff Roy Dobbs can be found. When they don’t give him a straight answer, he threatens to arrest them. Sam tries to bluff his way out, and then beats the deputy unconscious when his attempt doesn’t work. They get in the car and leave...Read the full recap
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.
Deputy Atkins: Agents Roark and Wynand
Howard Roark and Gail Wynand are two of the primary characters in Ann Rynd's 1943 novel The Fountainhead.
Brenna: What is this, Days of Our Lives?
Jensen Ackles starred in this long-running NBC soap opera.
Dean: Well, let’s Memento this thing, shall we?
Memento is a 2000 movie about a man who suffers from anterograde amnesia and can't retain new memories.
Samuel: So Roy’s just some redshirt to you?
Redshirt is the common term for a character who dies pointlessly, inspired by the original Star Trek series, where security officers wore redshirts and were usually the first and only ones to get killed in any given episode.
Dean: My Spidey senses are tingling.
Spider-Man (see below) has a danger sense that allows him to sense and avoid danger thanks to his superhuman reflexes.
Dean: Well, you did kill Spider-Man.
Spider-Man is the comic book character created by Stan Lee for Marvel Comics, and the star of stage, screen, and TV.