Charlie Bradbury: I also found a series of books by Carver Edlund. Did those books really happen? Wow. That is some meta-madness. Thanks for saving the world and stuff. (to Sam) Sorry you have zero luck with the ladies.
Sam: Wha...? We need to find every single copy of those books and burn them.
Charlie Bradbury: They're online now, so good luck with that.
Dean: No brothers or sisters?
Charlie Bradbury: Actually, I have two.Their names are
Xbox and PS3.
Sam: What took you so long?
Dean: I stopped for gas. Shut up. The body's in here.
Dr. Jennifer O'Brien: Do you know what I smell on you?
Charlie Bradbury: Deodorant? A little pee, maybe?
Dr. Jennifer O'Brien: Fear.
Charlie Bradbury: Come with me if you want to live. I always wanted to say that.
Title: Pac-Man Fever
Pac-Man is a video game mascot, the first one to receive widespread popularity. The character is a yellow dot (sometimes with eyes), which races around a maze and gobbles up dots, while dodging four ghost enemies.
Charlie: So, you gonna invite me into your dungeon, or do I got to answer your questions three first?
In Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975), the knights must answer three of the bridge-keeper's questions to cross the Bridge of Death.
Dean: Uh, Special Agent Hicks. This is my partner, Special Agent Ripley.
Ripley and Hicks are the main characters in the 1986 movie Aliens.
Dean: We'll come back later when Doris Do-Right isn't here anymore.
Dudley Do-Right is a cartoon character, a turn-of-the-century Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman, who battles Snidely Whiplash and fights crime with the aid of his loyal horse, Horse.
Dean: Yeah, whatever you say, Wargames.
Dean is referring to the 1983 movie WarGames, which features a teenage computer hacker who inadvertently sets off World War III.
Dean: Does this mean we need to take Silkwood showers now, or is this still a case?
Silkwood is a 1983 movie based on the life of Karen Silkwood. A worker at a plutonium manufacturing plant, she undergoes a shower decontamination in one scene.
Dean: Who the hell is she--Jason Bourne?
Jason Bourne is the protagonist in a series of novels starting with The Bourne Identity in 1980, written by Robert Ludlum. They were subsequently adapted into a TV movie in 1988 and a movie franchise in 2002.
Charlie: Wilhelm scream.
A "Wilhelm Scream" is a stock sound effect of a man screaming, originally from the 1951 movie Distant Drums. Since then it has been used in hundreds of movies, including Star Wars and Lord of the Rings.
Charlie: She'd read me The Hobbit.
The Hobbit is a 1937 novel by JRR Tolkien, a prelude to his Lord of the Rings trilogy. It chronicles the adventures of a young hobbit who goes on a quest with a group of dwarf warriors.
Dean: Always wanted to get Troned.
Tron is a 1982 Disney movie set inside a digitized virtual reality universe where programs are individuals and a real-world game programmer is sucked in to fight in the arenas.
Charlie: I love you.
Dean: I know.
The two characters echo the exchange between Princess Leia and Han Solo in the movie The Empire Strikes Back (1980).