Olivia Lowry, a Hunter, is sleeping on the couch when her TV switches to a blank channel and the air temperature drops. She goes to a hidden closet and takes out an EMF meter, and registers a massive reading of spiritual entity. Bobby calls on her answering machine but she's busy grabbing a gun and checking out her house. The ghost of a man appears before her. She draws back, clearly recognizing him, and then fires a round of salt. She starts to make a circle of salt but the man's spirit reforms. Olivia begs him for forgiveness and then hears someone behind her: a female ghost, who shoves her hand into Olivia's stomach...Read the full recap
Bobby: It all says that an angel can snatch a soul from the Pit?
Dean: What else?
Bobby: What else what?
Dean: What else could do it?
Bobby: Do what? Airlift your ass out of the hot box? As far as I can tell, nothing.
Sam: Apparently, you're a regular guy that's important to the man upstairs.
Dean: Well that creeps me out. I mean, I don't like getting singled out at birthday parties, much less by... God.
Sam: Okay, well too bad, Dean, because I think he wants you to strap on your party hat.
Bobby: I’ve checked on Carl Bates and R.C. Adams. They’ve redecorated… in red.
Dean: How you feeling, huh? How many fingers am I holding up?
Sam: None. I’ll be fine, Dean.
Meg: Meg Masters. Nice to finally talk to you when I’m not, you know, choking on my own blood.
Sam: You built a panic room?
Bobby: I had a weekend off.
Dean: You're awesome.
Dean: As in Apocalypse Apocalypse? The Four Horsemen? Pestilence? Five-dollar-a-gallon-gas Apocalypse?
Bobby: That’s the one.
Castiel: The Rising of the Witnesses is one of the sixty-six seals...
Dean: Okay, I'm guessing that's not a show at Sea World?
Castiel: Our numbers are not unlimited. Six of my brothers died in the field this week. You think the armies of Heaven should just follow you around? There's a bigger picture here. You should show me respect. I dragged you out of Hell. I can throw you back in.
Episode Title: Are You There God? It's Me, Dean Winchester
The episode title comes from the Judy Blume book, Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret.