Dean and Sam make their annual trip to Las Vegas, and Sam goes camping on his own while his brother visits a strip bar. He chats with a waitress, Kelly, and describes his situation with Sam. Kelly suggests that Sam might need some time on his own. Before Dean can follow up with her, he gets a call from Sam from four blocks away, telling him to show up and wear a suit. Dean discovers the address is a wedding chapel and the lights flicker as he enters. He goes to the chapel and finds Sam waiting for him, wearing a suit with a carnation. As Sam pins a carnation on him, Dean wonders if they’re looking for a Siren but his brother says it’s nothing like that. He then tells Dean that he’s fallen in love and getting married. Before Dean can get an explanation, the bride comes in: Supernatural super-fan Becky Rosen...Read the full recap
Sam: I got you a present.
Becky Rosen: His and hers fake ID?!? Oh!
Dean: I assume that Bobby filled you in on the road.
Garth: He told me two things. One, he's tangling with a major-league nest up in Oregon territory. Numero dos, he said you'd be all, uh, surly and premenstrual working with me. But, hey, man, sticks and stones.
Craig Burrows: Say, fellas, what's with the third degree?
Garth: Oh, no offense. We were just wondering if you get here by nefarious means.
Dean: Whoa! Garth!
Garth: Oh. Uh, I--I didn't mean, of course, corporate backstabbing--I'm sorry. I meant more like, uh, you know, black magic or hoodoo.
Dean: He jokes. He's a--he's a jokester. Let's, uh, rewind.
Dean: Okay, you know what? I'm trying to save you from a really bad accident.
Marsha Burrows: Are you threatening me?
Dean: No. No, I'm--I'm pointing out a pattern. Why do people keep thinking I'm threatening them?
Garth: Because it sounded like a threat, dude.
Becky Rosen: Whatever is killing people... it's something else.
Sam: It's never something else! When are there ever two crazy things in town at the same time?
Becky Rosen: But I thought we were besties.
Guy: Ohh, honey. That is so depressingly "Becky." I mean, it's--you're so pathetic, it actually loops back around again to cute.
Guy: I wasn't thrilled to see your new hubby was Sam freakin' Winchester. I mean, if he knew that I was here talking you, I mean, he'd probably...
Becky Rosen: Gank your ass.
Guy: Yes! And I'm very protective of my ass. It's one of my best features.
Crowley: Sam, mazel tov. Who's the lucky lady?
Becky Rosen: You're Crowley.
Crowley: And you're--well, I'm sure you have a wonderful personality, dear.
Dean: Well, buddy, I got to say, man--uh, you don't suck.
Garth: Thank you .That's the nicest thing anyone's ever said to me.
Dean: Okay, Dead Poet’s Society, fine.
Dead Poet's Society is a 1989 movie about an English teacher at a private boy's prep school.
Garth: Oh, Marmaduke, you're crazy!
Marmaduke, a Great Dane, is a comic-strip character. The strip's adventures revolve around the massive mutt getting himself and his owners into trouble because of his size and awkwardness.
We find Sam, hopefully fix this, everybody’s home in time for America’s Got Talent
America's Got Talent
is a NBC reality series and talent show.
Becky: Wiccans are good, like Glinda of Oz.
Glinda is the Good Witch of the South (North in the 1939 movie) in L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz series.