Sam: So, no disturbances lately?
Gloria: You mean am I stark raving cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs?
Sam: Why would you do that?
Gloria: Because it was God's will.
Sam: Did God talk to you?
Gloria: I get the sense God's a little busy for house calls.
Sam: And this angel…
Gloria: Spoke God’s word.
Sam: And the word was… to kill someone?
Dean: Man, you have got to try this because there really is magic in the magic fingers.
Sam: Dude. You're enjoying that way too much. It's kinda making me uncomfortable.
Dean: Hey, you know what, there's a ton of lore on unicorns, too. I hear they ride on silver moonbeams, and they shoot rainbows out of their ass.
Sam: Wait, there's no such thing as unicorns?
Dean: That's cute.
Dean: Well, I think I learned a valuable lesson. Always take down your Christmas decorations after New Year's, or you might get filleted by a hooker from God. Ha.
Sam: I'm laughing on the inside.
Father Reynolds: So, you're interested in joining the parish?
Dean: Yeah, well you know, we just don't feel right unless we hit church every Sunday.
Father Reynolds: So where'd you say you lived before?
Dean: Freedmont, Texas.
Father Reynolds: Really? That's a nice town. St. Theresa's parish. You must know the priest there.
Dean: Sure, yeah... no, it's Father... O'Malley.
Father Reynolds: I know a Father Shaughnessy.
Dean: Shaughnessy. Exactly... what did I say?
Dean: What's next, you're going to start praying every day?
Sam: I do.
Sam: I do pray every day. I have for a long time.
Dean: The things you learn about a guy.
Sam: It appeared before me and I just... this feeling washed over me. Like peace. Like grace.
Dean: Okay, Ecstasy Boy. Maybe we’ll get you some glow sticks and a nice Dr. Seuss hat.
Dean: Let me guess, you were personally chosen to smite some sinner. You just got to wait for some divine bat signal, is that it?
Dean: I'll tell you who else had faith like that. Mom. She used to tell me when she tucked me in that angels were watching over us. In fact, that was the last thing she ever said to me.
Sam: You never told me that.
Dean: What's to tell? She was wrong. There was nothing protecting her. There's no higher power, there's no God. There's just chaos, violence, random unpredictable evil, that comes outta nowhere, rips you to shreds.
Dean: If Father Gregory's spirit is around, the séance will bring him right to us. If it's him, then we'll put him to rest.
Sam: What if it's an angel and won't show? Nothing will happen.
Dean: Exactly. It's one of the perks of the job, Sam, we don't have to operate on faith. We can know for sure. Don't you want to know for sure?
Sam: Dude, all right, I'll admit, we've gone pretty ghetto with spellwork before, but this takes the cake. I mean, a Spongebob placemat instead of an altar cloth?
Dean: We'll just put it Spongebob-side down.
Father Reynolds: What are you doing? What is this?
Sam: Father, please, I can explain. Um... actually, maybe I can’t. Um, this is, uh, a séance.
Father Reynolds: A séance? Young man, you are in a house of God.
Sam: It’s based on early Christian rites if that helps any.
When Dean plays a song on his cell phone, it says that he's playing Led Zeppelin's "Kashimir", but Jamie Dunlap's "Down on Love" is playing instead.
When Zack's lamp shakes, falls off the table, and breaks, when the lamp is lying on the floor the bulb is still on despite it breaking.
When Zack's television falls off the table, the cord is neatly tied up and clearly not long enough to plug into anything.
The tombstone stated that the priest died in 2007, but some claimed that he died at least two months ago. Assuming that the episode doesn't take place on a date after its premiere (Feb 1st, 2007) the priest's stone should have said 2006.