Kevin wakes up on Garth's boat and checks his board of notes. Someone knocks at the door and Kevin eyes it nervously until Sam and Dean call out. Kevin opens the door and sprays them with holy water, confirming they aren't demons. The Winchesters tell him that they got the other half of the tablet and tell Kevin that he's closest to the end of their quest and seal off Hell. When they ask if they need the other half, Kevin says that they don't need to. Sam tells Kevin to keep working while they draw off the demons, but Kevin is too busy working to notice...Read the full recap
Castiel: You know, I remember when you first discovered it. Before you started brewing it, you'd just chew the berries. Folktale is true by the way, you learned it from the goats.
Naomi: Where is the angel tablet, Castiel?
Castiel: In the words of a... good friend, bite me.
Naomi: Oh, we'll bite. Don't worry.
Naomi: How dare you?
Crowley: I am the daringest devil you've ever met, love.
Dean: So you've been holed up here or—or in a wigwam, or in some cave, listening to stories, reading books?
Metatron: And it was something to watch. What you brought to His earth... all the mayhem, the murder, Just the raw, wild invention of God's naked apes... it was mind-blowing. But really, really... it was your storytelling. That is the true flower of free will, at least as you've mastered it so far. When you create stories, you become gods of tiny intricate dimensions unto themselves. So many worlds. I have read as much as it's possible for an angel to read, and I haven't caught up.
Dean: But are you in? With us, I mean.
Metatron: You really intend on closing the doors of Hell?
Dean: Seems like the thing to do, don't it?
Metatron: It's your choice. And that's what this has all been about. The choices your kind make. But you're going to have to weigh that choice. Ask yourself what's it it going to take to do this and what will the world be like after it's done.
Title: The Great Escapist
The Great Escape is a 1963 movie telling the real-life story of Allied prisoners engineering an escape from a German POW camp during World War II.
Sam: He's like a villain from Scooby-Doo.
On the animated Hanna-Barbera series Scooby-Doo in the 60s and 70s, the "monsters" are always people dressed up in monster suits, and are almost always the most obvious and suspicious character.