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Two men turn up dead, killed in a manner similar to crimes that they committed in the past. When the brothers investigate, they discover that the Egyptian god Osiris is judging people and weighing they're guilt... and if they are guilty, they meet a final, permanent justice. Osiris decides that his next target will be Dean.
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Sam: Some kind of ghost?
Dean: With a license? License to kill.
Sam: All right, congrats on your sobriety. I'll go find out where Jane's is.
Dean: I--I gave up AA for Lent.
Sam: We're not Catholic.
Dean: Always with the details.
Warren: You believe me? Who the hell are you?
Sam: We kind of... specialize in crazy.
Mia: You may want to slow your roll there.
Dean: The more I drink, the better I tip.
Mia: Yeah, well I'm off in an hour. So don't pass out on me.
Dean: Well, then I think I'll switch to beer.
Mia: Good choice.
Dean: Uh, Sam, you're not a lawyer.
Sam: I was pre-law.
Dean: Yeah, "pre."
Osiris: I can make it very simple. Three witnesses.
Sam: Witness is being called without prior notice.
Dean: Good one.
Sam: I saw it on The Good Wife.
Bobby Singer: Near as I can figure, it ought to put him down for a couple of centuries at least. it's worked a few times since the pharaohs were big.
Sam: So it's temporary.
Bobby Singer: Long temporary. I say we slap that Band-Aid on and leave finding a cure to some hunter in a space suit.
Jo Harvelle: He was right about one thing.
Dean: What, your massive crush on me?
Jo Harvelle: Shut up. You carry all kinds of crap you don't have to, Dean. It kind of gets clearer when you're dead.
Dean: Well, in that case, you should be able to see that I am 90%... crap. I get rid of that, what then?
Jo Harvelle: You really want to die not knowing?
Title: Defending Your Life
Defending Your Life is a 1991 movie starring Albert Brooks as an advertising executive who dies and finds himself in Judgment City. He must either prove he has overcome his fears so that he can move onto the next stage of existence, or be reincarnated and attempted to overcome his fears again.
Dean: License to kill.
The tagline "license to kill" comes from the James Bond novels and movies.
Sam: Could be Christine-like.
Christine is a red-and-white Plymouth Fury in the Stephen King novel of the same name. The first owner transfuses his spirit into it and takes control of the teenage boy who purchases it.
Sam: Now that we got a decent bead on Ghost Rider, let’s go.
Ghost Rider is a Marvel comics character who makes a deal with the Devil and receives the ability to transform into a motorcyclist with a flaming skull for a head.
Dean: He causes so much misery that some Rottweiler goes Cujo on him from beyond the grave?
Cujo (1981) is a novel by Stephen King about a rabid St. Bernard that goes on a rampage and traps a mother and her son in their car at an isolated farm. It was adapted into a movie in 1983.
Dean: I’d rather talk about your Bukowski schtick at the bar.
Henry Charles Bukowski is an American writer who spent much of his time hanging out in bars.
I saw that on The Good Wife
The Good Wife
is a CBS legal drama about a woman who must make a life for herself as a lawyer after her husband is arrested on sex and corruption charges.
This whole thing's like a friggin’ episode of Pee-wee’s Playhouse
was a children's show featuring Pee-wee Herman (Paul Reubens
) as a childlike adult in his bizarre-looking Playhouse.
By the way... I mean, I get why Judge Judy put me on trial.
Judge Judy is the presiding judge in the reality TV court series
of the same name.