A taxidermist, Max Alexander, is working in his shop in Enid, OK and listening to the radio. His dog Colonel whines and the man hears something moving around in the shop. Max grabs a shotgun and goes to investigate, but finds nothing. When he goes back to his workbench, Colonel barks at him and the man turns to see a man in a cowboy hat standing behind him. The intruder knocks the gun out of Max's hand and extends a long snakelike tongue, and then grabs the owner by the throat. After holding him up for a moment, the intruder wraps his arms around Max and crushes him to death...Read the full recap
Sam: Now the question is, are those bleeding hearts actually witches or just hippies?
Dean: What's the difference?
Dean: Hey. You know who wears sunglasses inside? Blind people. And douchebags.
Dylan Camrose: His business is fronted by hunters, and you know how hunters are. They're selfish dicks who define themselves by what they kill.
Colonel: Where're we headed?
Dean: Back to the shelter.
Colonel: To sniff out more clues? Maybe dig up something we missed?
Dean: All right, one more doggy pun and I'm gonna have your nuts clip.
Colonel: I hate to break it to you, hoss, but my sack's emptier than Santa's after Christmas.
Title: Dog Dean Afternoon
Dog Day Afternoon is a 1975 movie about a botched bank robbery where the robbers quickly find themselves surrounded by the police, trapping them in the bank.
Sam: Agents Michaels and Deville.
Bret Michaels and C.C. DeVille are members of the metal rock band Poison.
Dog: I'm shaking the fence, boss. Still shaking the fence!
Dog: I need a Raquel Welch poster and a rock hammer.
In The Shawshank Redemption (1994), Andy digs his way out through a wall using nothing but a rock hammer, and concealing the hole with a variety of posters. One is of Raquel Welch.
Your head spins around like The Exorcist
(1973) stars Linda Blair
as the demon-possessed child Regan MacNeil. The demon causes her head to rotate 360 degrees on her neck in one scene.
Chef Leo: Oh, screw the sharktopus. You're my main course.