Grandma Goldy, a medium, is conducting a séance for a couple. The wife, Cynthia, is eager to make contact with her Uncle Danny on the other side, while her husband is initially skeptical. Goldy has them place their hands on the planchette of an Ouija board and it begins to move. The spirit knocks twice and Goldy confirms that Danny is happy and has his dog Sadie with him. Convinced, the husband wants Goldy to ask the spirit about some missing papers. The lights flicker and the fire in the fireplace surges up, and Goldy is just as surprised as the couple. As the temperature in the room drops, the planchette levitates into the air and then drives itself into Goldy’s throat, killing her...Read the full recap
Waiter: Hello. First time at Good Graces?
Waiter: Well, we're 100% locally sourced, biodynamic, and you get a free affirmation with every order.
Dean: I think I'll source the taco joint.
Waiter: What can I get for you?
Dean: Uh, pancakes, side of pig, coffee, black.
Waiter: Fantastic. You are a virile manifestation of the divine.
Dean: What the hell did he say to me?
Dean: What's the popular theory?
Chief Bramberg: It's a toss-up between a ghost and some kind of ogre that only attacks Russians.
Dean: Policing Lily Dale sounds fun.
Chief Bramberg: It's either this or Los Angeles.
(about Margaret's bones)
Dean: In the bed? They were in the bed?
Dean: Uh. I can't believe she was boning her.
Waiter: Can I get you anything else?
Dean: Uh, just a refill. And if you affirmate me, I'm going to punch you in the face.
Dean: We're like poster kids of functional family life compared to them.
Sam: That's a low bar.
Dean: Well, hey, grading on a curve's got me past every day since kindergarten so don't knock it.
Went a little Mentalist on you there, didn't he?
is a CBS TV series where the title character is a fake psychic who solves crimes using his mastery of cold reading, hypnotism, and pickpocketing.
So, um, The X-Files
is real, or you just stopped talking like a FBI agent.
is a cult TV series on Fox that featured two FBi agents investigating supernatural and super-scientific mysteries.
Dean: Start hitting up the Miss Cleos.
Youree Dell Harris was a supposedly Jamaican psychic who ran the Psychic Network Headline.
Dean: Forget it, Sam. It's Lily Dale.
The movie Chinatown (1974) has the closing line, "Forget it, Jake, it's Chinatown."