Sam: Plus, it could have some connection with the demon. My visions always do.
Dean: That's my point! There's gonna be hunters there. I don't know if, if going in there and announcing that you're some supernatural freak, with a demonic connection's the best thing, okay?
Sam: So I'm a freak now?
Dean: You've always been a freak.
Ash: Sam. Dean. Sam and Dean.
Sam: Hey, Ash, uh, we need your help.
Ash: Well, hell then, I guess I need my pants.
Dean: REO Speedwagon?
Jo: Damn right, REO. Kevin Cronin sings it from the heart.
Dean: He sings it from the hair. There's a difference.
Dean: Besides, if I ran off with you I think your mother might kill me.
Jo Harvelle: You're afraid of my mother?
Dean: I think so.
(Dean is singing to REO Speedwagon)
Sam: You're kidding, right?
Dean: I heard the song somewhere. I can't get it outta my head. I don't know, man.
Dean: What's wrong?
Dean: Sam, you look like you're sucking on a lemon.
Sam: The demon said he had plans for me, and children like me.
Sam: Maybe this is the plan. Maybe we’re all a bunch of psychic freaks. Maybe we’re all supposed to be...
Dean: What, killers? Gimme a break. You’re not a murderer, Sam.
Sam: No? Last time I checked, I kill all kinds of things.
Andy Gallagher: This is a cherry ride.
Dean: Yeah, thanks.
Andy Gallagher: Man, a ’67. Impala’s best year, if you ask me. This is a serious classic.
Dean: Yeah. You know, I just rebuilt her, too. Can’t let a car like this one go.
Andy Gallagher: Damn straight. Hey, can I have it?
Dean: Sure, man!
Dean: (to the stolen Impala) I'm sorry, baby. I'll never leave you again.
Dean: You know, one day I'd love to just sit down, and eat something that I didn't have to microwave in a Mini-Mart.
Andy Gallagher: Why are you following me?
Sam: Well, we're lawyers. See, a relative of yours has passed...
Andy Gallagher: Tell the truth!
Sam: That's what I...
Dean: We hunt demons.
Andy Gallagher: What?
Dean: Demons, spirits, things your worst nightmares wouldn't even touch. Sam here, this is my brother...
Sam: Dean, shut up!
Dean: I'm trying! He's psychic. Kinda like you, well not really like you, but see, he thinks you're a murderer, and he's afraid that he's gonna become one himself, cause you're all part of something that's terrible, and I hope to hell that he's wrong, but I'm starting to get a little scared that he might be right.
Sam: Holly Beckett gave birth to twins.
Andy Gallagher: I have … an evil twin.
Andy Gallagher: Are you really this stupid? You, you learn you got a twin, you call them up! You go out for a drink. You don’t start killing people!
Dean: I'm calling do-over.
Sam: What are you, 7?
Simon Says... !
The title comes from a popular game for American children called Simon Says. In the game, one child issues orders to the others, usually in rapid fire, and they must carry out those orders only if they are prefaced with "Simon Says." When children make mistakes - carrying out an order not so prefaced or failing to carry out an order that is prefaced, they are ejected from the game; the winner is the last remaining child. He then takes over as the caller.
Dean: He full on Obi-Waned me!
Within the Star Wars mythology, Jedi Knights are defenders of justice who can tap an extra-corporeal power called The Force. This gives them a constellation of benefits among which is the "mind trick." A trained Jedi knight can (like Andy) impose his will over that of a subject. The effectiveness depends on the skill of the Jedi Knight and the mental characteristics of the subject. Andy's ability is similar in nature but more powerful - only one individual successfully resisted it. Andy's license plate, RU OBI 1, is also a reference to Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Sam: Dean, you had O.J. convicted before he got out of his white Bronco and you have doubts about this?
In 1994, O.J. Simpson's wife Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman, were found murdered outside of Simpson's house. After a long police chase where Simpson drove a white Bronco, he was charged with the murders, but was later acquitted after a sensational televised trial.
Dean: It's not exactly a serial killer's liar, though. There's no clown paintings on the wall.
Serial killer John Wayne Gacy Jr. killed 32 men in the Chicago area during the 1970s. Gacy had a fetish for clowns -- he often dressed up as a clown to entertain at birthday parties and visit children in local hospitals and had several pieces of clown art in his home.
License Plate: RU OBI 1
Andy's license plate is a reference to the character Obi-Wan in Star Wars.