An old man, Mr. Vili, arrives at a bank in Chicago and asks to see his safe-deposit box. The clerk is surprised when he says that it's box number one. She removes it and Vili removes a small metal box from inside the box. He opens it and takes out a bone, and tells the clerk that it's a very valuable bone. Vili then tells her that he's making a withdrawal and stabs her with the bone...Read the full recap
Dean: You smell it, Sammy?
Sam: Burning flesh?
Dean: Revenge. So close.
Beau: Oh, if you're worried about the safety of the Prophet, rest assured we have a strict "no casting, no cursing, no supernaturally flicking the two of you against the wall just for the fun of it" policy.
Crowley: Well, if you're gonna to make an omelet, sometimes you have to break some spines.
Linda Tran: Stay away from my son!
Crowley: Charming. Defiling her corpse has just made number one on my to-do list.
Dean: And if Leviathan wanna take a shot at us, let 'em. We ganked those bitches once before, we can do it again.
Dean: Plan "C" tanked.
Crowley: Maybe you should try Plan "D" for dumbass.
Title: What's Up, Tiger Mommy?
What's Up, Tiger Lily? is a 1966 comedy movie with overdubbed dialogue on a serious Japanese spy film, International Secret Police: Key of Keys.
Kevin: Have you ever seen The Exorcist?
In the 1973 movie The Exorcist, Linda Blair played a demon-possessed child, Regan MacNeil.
Sam: Agents Neil and Sixx.
Vince Neil and Nikki Sixx are musicians with Motley Crue.
Dean: Well, thank you, Mr. Peanut!
Mr. Peanut is the mascot of Planters' Peanuts, and is naked except for a top hat, cane, and monocle.
Crowley: Listen to Moose, Squirrel.
"Moose" and "Squirrel" are the names that Boris Badanov uses for Bullwinkle and Rocky in the animated The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show.