On March 15, 1937, in Providence, Rhode Island, writer H.P. Lovecraft is drinking heavily and finishing a new manuscript when the study door creeks open. He calls out but gets no answer. Drawing a gun, Lovecraft goes to the door and looks outside, but sees nothing. He locks the door but a figure smashes through the window and advances on him. Lovecraft says that they didn't know, but the intruder kills him...Read the full recap
Dean: What did he do?
Bobby Singer: Stole something.
Bobby Singer: The journal of one Moishe Campbell.
Bobby Singer: Of the New York Campbells.
Sam: So we got to get it back, right?
Bobby Singer: Or just read the copy I'd already made. Hi, glad to meet you. Bobby Singer, paranoid bastard.
Dean: So who's this Phillips guy?
Bobby Singer: Phillips ain't his last name. It's Lovecraft.
Sam: H.P. Lovecraft? Let me see that.
Dean: Am I supposed to know who that is?
Bobby Singer: Horror writer? "At the Mountains of Madness"? "The Call of Cthulhu"?
Dean: Yeah. No, I was too busy having sex with women.
Dean: Crowley. Let 'em go, now. Or I swear...
Crowley: Right, right. You'll rip me a cornucopia of orifices.
Balthazar: I'm sorry, boys, do I look like a manservant to you? No? Then quit ringing for me. Please.
Dean: It's important, Balthazar.
Balthazar: I was drinking '75 Dom out of a soprano's navel when you called. That was important.
Bobby Singer: So, I hear you have a large collection of Lovecraft's private letters.
Lovecraft Collector: World's largest.
Bobby Singer: Wow. You must be catnip to the ladies.
Lovecraft Collector: I'm in a long-term online relationship.
Lovecraft Collector: Okay, are you working with this on the other guy?
Bobby Singer: Other guy?
Lovecraft Collector: Yeah. Uh, you know, trenchcoat, looks like Columbo, talks like Rain Man.
Ben Braeden: Who are you?
Dean: I'm the... uh, the guy who hit you.
Lisa Braeden: Oh.
Dean: I just, I lost control for a minute. And I just wanted to say that I'm sorry. I'm really happy you two are both okay. And, uh, I'm glad your life can get back to normal now.
Lisa Braeden: We're okay. So, so that's what's important, right?
Dean: Yeah. Anyway, I'll leave you two alone. You take care of your mom.
Crowley: Your chocolate's been in my peanut butter for far too long.
Reese's Peanut Butter cups featured a series of ads where two people, one holding peanut butter and one holding chocolate, would bump into each other and mix their food. The result was Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, "two great tastes that taste great together."
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The Batphone was first seen in the 1966 Batman
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