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Supernatural: Out With The Old

The brothers investigate several cases of cursed antiques turning up in Portland, but soon discover something far more sinister when they learn that the Leviathans are buying up real estate in the area. Meanwhile, Sam is still plagued by Lucifer's voice in his head.

Episode Info

Episode number: 7x16
Production Number: 3X7066
Airdate: Friday March 16th, 2012

Alternate Airdates:

NO (FEM) Apr 20, 2012
UK (E4) Oct 10, 2012
FI (Sub) May 26, 2014


Guest Stars
Kevin McNallyKevin McNally
As Frank Deveraux
Bryan CuprillBryan Cuprill
As George
Mary Page KellerMary Page Keller
As Joyce Bicklebee
Darcy BelsherDarcy Belsher
As Scott Freeman

Co-Guest Stars
Emma RendellEmma Rendell
As Dancer #2
Lindsay Ann SuttonLindsay Ann Sutton
As Irena Koganzon
Cameron DentCameron Dent
As Evidence Officer
David LeachDavid Leach
As Barista
Rodger BartonRodger Barton
As Mr. Marshall
Allyson GrantAllyson Grant
As Timmy's Mother
Howard LaiHoward Lai
As Desk Sergeant
Gordon GriceGordon Grice
As Timmy
Taya ClyneTaya Clyne
As Tracy
Sarah HaywardSarah Hayward
As Tea Kettle Woman
Main Cast
Jared PadaleckiJared Padalecki
As Sam Winchester
Jensen AcklesJensen Ackles
As Dean Winchester


At a dance studio in Portland, the dancers complain as the top ballerina, Irina Kozanzon, shows up late. When Irina does come in, she insults them about their lack of talent, puts on a pair of toe shoes, and starts rehearsing once the others leave. As a janitor works outside, Irina begins to spin faster and faster, unable to stop herself, until finally the toe shoes rip her feet off...

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ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Creedence Clearwater RevivalBad Moon Risingend scenes

Episode Quotes
Dean: Dancers. They are toe shoes full of crazy.
Sam: And you would know this how?
Dean: I saw Black Swan. Twice. Hot tutu-on-tutu action. Come on, Sam, what’s wrong with you?
Sam: Wow. The depths of your...

Dean: All right, what've we got?
Sam: She bought a tea kettle.
Dean: A tea kettle?
Sam: Yeah. Hey, with enough curse mojo, you can turn a pencil into a weapon of mess destruction.
Dean: Good times.

Dean: You know, I wonder how old porn kills you.
Sam: Pretty sure you don’t want to know.

Dean: Best you can do is live your life the way that you think would make her proud. Or at least not embarrass the crap out of her.

Dean: Frank, hey, I don't mean to double-dip in your crazy sauce. No offense.
Frank Deveraux: None taken, Fudge Pop.

Dean: Think you can crack it?
Frank Deveraux: Can a dog play poker?
Dean: I don't...
Frank Deveraux: The answer is "yes."

George: How 'bout you make me a new one?
Barista: How 'bout you eat me?
George: Don't tempt me.

Dean: Frank, tell me you got something.
Frank Deveraux: No, I’m calling with the Lakers-Celtics score.
Dean: What?
Frank Deveraux: Of course I got something.

Frank Deveraux: See, you were trying to access the Geothrive internal site. And the reason why you couldn’t is ‘cause if you dig down deep, it’s all Dick.
Dean: Yeah, well, that’d be helpful if you didn’t say that about everything.

Sam: It doesn’t matter where I go Dean. Lucifer will not shut up.
Dean: Even now?
Sam: He’s singing Stairway to Heaven right now.
Dean: Good song.
Sam: Not fifty times in a row.

Joyce Bicklebee: Sam and Dean. It is such a pleasure to make your acquaintances. Now, just so you can put names to the faces that will be eating you, I’m Joyce, and this is my assistant George.

Joyce Bicklebee: Oh, Dean, I am going to enjoy picking you out of my teeth.

Cultural References
Dean: I saw Black Swan.

Black Swan is a 2010 psychological horror movie with Natalie Portman as a virginal dancer who unleashes her dark side when she must win the dual role of the White and Black Swans in Swan Lake.

Dean: And Bingo was his name-o.

"Bingo" is a children's song dating back to 1780, and is also known as "Bingo Was His Name-O" and "There Was a Farmer Who Had a Dog." Traditionally, the singers clap on the first letter when they sing it out, and then the first and second as they repeat the chorus, until they clap out BINGO.

Sam: He’s singing Stairway to Heaven right now.

Stairway to Heaven, by Led Zeppelin, released in 1971. It runs eight minutes and two seconds.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorEric Kripke
Executive ProducerSera Gamble  |  Philip Sgriccia  |  McG  |  Robert Singer
Co-Executive ProducerJim Michaels  |  Peter Johnson  |  Adam Glass
ProducerAndrew Dabb  |  Daniel Loflin  |  Todd Philip Aronauer
Co-ProducerCraig Matheson  |  Jerry Wanek  |  Serge LaDouceur
Consulting ProducerBen Edlund
Associate ProducerKristin Cronin
Production DesignerJohn Marcynuk
EditorNicole Baer
CastingAlex Newman  |  Eric Dawson  |  Carol Kritzer  |  Robert J. Ulrich  |  Heike Brandstatter  |  Coreen Mayrs
First Assistant DirectorJohn MacCarthy
Second Assistant DirectorGabriel Correa
MusicChristopher Lennertz
Music EditorDino A. Moriana
Music SupervisorAlexandra Patsavas
Costume DesignerDiane Widas
Set DecoratorGeorge Neuman
Property MasterChristopher Cooper
Assistant EditorNancy Hurley
Supervising Sound EditorKaryn Foster
Re-Recording MixerTodd Orr  |  Dennis Kirk
GafferChris Cochrane
Director of PhotographySerge LaDouceur
Stunt CoordinatorLou Bollo
Executive ConsultantEric Kripke
Production ManagementCraig Matheson
Sound MixerDonald Painchaud
Executive Story EditorRobbie Thompson
Key Makeup ArtistJuliana Vit
Visual Effects SupervisorMark Meloche
"A" Camera OperatorDave Riopel
Visual Effects ProducerGrant Lindsay
Key HairstylistJeannie Chow
Special Effects SupervisorRandy Shymkiw
Original CastingPatrick Rush
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