Dean and Sam set up base in an isolated cabin and try to work up what Dick Roman and the Leviathans are up to. Bobby’s ghost appears to them and he warns them that he’s still having trouble generating enough energy to remain stable. He tells them that the Leviathans have already broken ground at the Wisconsin site and are making a state-of-the-art slaughterhouse. Dick has bought out most restaurants and is using the contaminated food to dumb down the human population, and then ensure their health and buy their loyalty by curing cancer and other disease. Once the Leviathans have created their perfect herd, they’ll start feeding on them and wipe out the species...Read the full recap
Harry: Charlie, It's a moral imperative that you let me live vicariously through you.
Charlie Bradbury: Pictures or it didn't happen, right?
Harry: You hooked up at a charity benefit?
Charlie Bradbury: If you can't score at a reproductive rights function, then you simply cannot score.
Dean: Charlie, it’s Dean. Are you singing?
Charlie Bradbury: I sing when I’m nervous. Don’t judge me.
Dean: Judgment-free zone.
Dean: What you’re gonna do is you’re going to walk right up to him and you’re going to flirt your way past.
Charlie Bradbury: I can’t. He’s not my type.
Dean: You’re gonna have to play through that.
Charlie Bradbury: As in he’s not a girl.
Dean: Oh. Oh. Pretend he has boobs.
Charlie Bradbury: Worse.
Dean: I don’t know. Um… do you have any tattoos? Give him a little sneak peak there. All tattoos are sexy.
Charlie Bradbury: Mine is Princess Leia in a slave bikini straddling a 20-sided dice. I was drunk. It as Comic-Con.
Dean: We’ve all been there.
Sam: Charlie, you are a genius.
Charlie Bradbury: I know. It’s a problem.
Dean: She’s kind of like the little sister I’ve never wanted.
Title: The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo
Besides referring to the fantasy role-playing game, the title is a play on the 2005 novel The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, by Stieg Larson. It was made into a Swedish movie in 2009 and an American movie in 2011.
Dean: But Dick is about to get into the Soylent Green business.
The 1973 s.f. movie Soylent Green is set in a dystopian future of 2022 suffering from overpopulation and depletion of natural resources. The people are fed by what is supposedly a plankton derivative, Soylent Green, which turns out to be
Dean: It’s in the middle of the Death Star.
The Death Star is a space platform and planet-killer in the Star Wars universe.
Charlie: It means the Eye of Sauron is on me.
Sauron is the primary villain in The Lord of the Rings and other J.R.R. Tolkein books set in Middle-Earth. The Eye of Sauron is his primary embodiment, as he is mostly seen as a giant flaming eye.
Computer Voice: How about a nice game of chess?
The computer WOPR/Joshua speaks this line repeatedly in the 1983 movie WarGames.
Charlie: Like Indiana Jones stuff?
Indiana Jones is an iconic movie character, a two-fisted adventurer and archaeologist of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, best known for his fedora, leather jacket, and bullwhip. The character appeared in four movies, a prequel television series, and numerous books.
Dean: Oh, you go, Dumble-Dork.
Dumbledore is the headmaster of Hogwarts School of Magic in the Harry Potter novels.
Doesn’t mean I gotta be happy about sending in freaking Veronica Mars.
was a 2004-07 CW series about a young girl who worked as a detective with her father.