At a pre-school, children are playing outside and a teacher takes one of the kids to the restroom to wash up. Her eyes glow black as she takes the boy in. A light glows inside and a storm suddenly comes up, frightening the children. As they run for cover, a tornado forms and the bathroom door rips open... revealing that the demon and the boy have disappeared...Read the full recap
Sam: You look like you've--well, I was gonna say "You look like you've seen a ghost," but you'd probably be stoked.
Kevin Tran: Mom! You've got to stop drowning me in holy water every time I go out!
Castiel: Maybe you were lied to. Maybe there is no seam.
Benny: I lie. I don't get lied to. Aren't you guys all about faith?
Castiel: Not particularly.
Kevin: The next is... "The demonic influence on the collective tapestry of the soul."
Crowley: Blah blah blah. Doesn't anyone ever edit this stuff? So far as a writer, God's a snooze. No fun at parties, I hear.
Kevin Tran: From... the archangel... Metatron.
Crowley: The scribe... and suck-up. Took down God's word, picked up His cleaning.
Crowley: It's all very West Side Story, but let's be logical. You look like hell, and I should know.
When Dean returns to the motel room, he tosses his keys on the counter.
In the next shot from a different angle, the keys disappear.
When Dean leans over Sam's shoulder to look at the laptop, the keys are back again.
Dean: Agents Roth and Malloy. (to Miss Hagar)
David Lee Roth performed with Van Halen. Mitch Malloy auditioned but the band was unable tos sign him. Sammy Hagar was also with the band.
Crowley: It's all very West Side Story, but let's be logical.
West Side Story is a 1957 Broadway musical about rival street gangs facing off against each other with knives. It was adapted as a movie in 1961.