Kevin Parks: Gets us right up to where they... just before they hit the window.
Robert Singer: You know, the part where they hit the window was the good part.
Kevin Parks: Well, we can clean up, reset the window, takes about 95 minutes, basically, so we'd have to blow off the scene where they sit on the Impala and talk about their feelings.
Robert Singer: Ha, right! You answer the hate mail.
Dean: Oh, crap. I'm a painted whore.
Dean: They put freakin' makeup on us. Those bastards.
Sam: For whatever reason, our life is a TV show.
Sam: I don't know.
Dean: No, seriously, why? Why would anybody want to watch our lives?
Sam: Well, I mean, according to the interview, not very many people do.
Sam: I'm just saying, we landed in some dimension where you're... Jensen Ackles and I'm something called a Jared Padalecki.
Dean: So, what now, you're Polish?
Dean: Dear Castiel, who art maybe running his ass away from Heaven, we pray that you have your ears on. Breaker... breaker.
Dean: Misha? Jensen? What's up with the names around here?
Misha Collins: You guys! You really punked me! I'm totally going to tweet this one. "Hola, Misha-migos. J-Squared got me good. Really starting to feel like one of the guys."
(seeing his tanning bed)
Sam: What am I, Dracula?
Dean: George Hamilton Dracula.
Clif: We're not doing anything illegal, are we?
Sam: Would it make you feel better if we said no?
Misha Collins: Priority. What's in it?
Sam: I bought part of a dead person.
Misha Collins: Oh, cool.
Sam: Who wrote this? No one says "penultimate."
Dean: Gun. Mouth. Now.
Dean: Maybe we can't get out of, you know, Earth Number Two right now. But the least we can get do is get the hell out of the Canadian part of it. I hear one more conversation about hockey, I'm going to puke.
Sera: I'm trying to understand, Bob.
Robert Singer: Well, uh, Sera, we don't really understand it ourselves. But it appears that Jared and Jensen were seen beating an extra to death.
Jim Michaels: This is Jim here, Sera, and it wasn't all the way to death. Only partway, so that's a plus.
Kevin Parks: He could definitely still run.
Sam: So the character in the show, Bobby Singer...
Dean: What kind of a douche-bag names a character after himself?
Sam: Oh, that's not right.
Robert Singer: Guys, you can't come to work on poppers, and smuggle kidneys in from Mexico. And make up your own lines as you go. You cannot make up your own lines!
Dean: You heard my brother. That's right, I said brother. 'Cause you know what, Bob? We're not actors. We're hunters. We're the Winchesters. Always have been and always will be. And where we're from, people don't know who we are. But you know what? We matter to that world. In fact, we even saved the son of a bitch once or twice. And yeah, okay, here, maybe there's some fans who give a crap about this nonsense...
Robert Singer: I wouldn't call it nonsense.
Dean: But... Bob Singer--if that even is your name--tell me this. What's it all mean?
Robert Singer: Okay, this is good. I can work with this. I mean, we've all had our psychotic breaks, right? I can work with this.
Virgil: How do you do it? Live in this bloody shallow desert. Nothing greater than yourselves? Nothing but dirt when you die. No power, no magic.
Misha Collins: I'm not following you at all.
Virgil: There's no magic in the universe.
Misha Collins: I'm sorry! Please...
Virgil: Nothing but a bag of strings and pulleys.
Misha Collins: What?
Virgil: You should thank me for what I'm about to do.
Eric Kripke: Bob, dude, what the hell, right?
Robert Singer: Eric, thanks for coming.
Eric Kripke: Of course.
Robert Singer: I know you're busy. It means a lot that we can still, you know, call on you.
Eric Kripke: I know. Misha, right?
Robert Singer: Oh, I know, I know. it's just awful.
Eric Kripke: Totally. Totally awful, yeah. Hey, it got us the front page of Variety, though, did you see that?
Robert Singer: Front page. Really?
Eric Kripke: Yeah.
Robert Singer: But tragic.
Eric Kripke: Yeah, tragic, that's what I was going to say.
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Balthazar: You've seen The Godfather, right?
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Dean: Like... Bizarro Earth?
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Dean: And... there's no place like home.
Dean quotes the seminal line from the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz.
Dean: No hell below us, above us only sky?
This is a line taken from John Lennon's song Imagine (1971).