1.11 You've Got a Friend
|Title||You've Got a Friend|
|Episode #||Season 1, Episode 11|
|First aired||February 21, 2023|
|Directed by||Lisa Soper|
|Written by||Nicole Desperito|
|On IMDB||You've Got a Friend|
|Timeline||Immediately after 1.10 Suspicious Minds|
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- Dean: Being a Hunter means always being on the move, No matter how hard you plan, no matter how hard you work, at a certain point, we all run out of road. It's what we do at those crossroads that defines us.
- John Winchester
- Mary Campbell
- Carlos Cervantez
- Latika Dar
- Millie Winchester
- Betty Donelon
- Dean Winchester
- Anti-Possession Symbol
- Bracelet of Erebus
- Men of Letters Clubhouse
- Monster Club
- Shadow Spirits
Detective: What the hell is that supposed to mean?
Mary: Yeah, I get it. I've been a card-carrying member since I was a little kid. Kinda wish I didn't know about it either.
Betty: I'm sorry.
Mary: Thank you for helping John out.
Betty: Well, sometimes doing the right thing means doing the wrong thing. Okay, then. We never had this conversation and I never saw where you went. Just lay low, okay? Millie and I will look into clearing your name. There has to be a witness, someone who saw something.
John: Thank you.
Betty: Um, okay. Take the back roads out of town. And, uh, stay off the interstate until you're clear of the county.
Carlos: Okay. No judgments. Promise.
Lata: My parents aren't dead. I'm sorry. I - I only said that because it was easier to say that than to explain what they did.
Carlos: As far as I'm concerned, your parents are dead to me, so... I still have nothing but love for you.
Lata: Do you think Mary and John will feel the same way? It's just I've been lying to them for so long.
John: Nothin'. I... I, uh... I just keep seeing it.
Mary: Kyle. That's not on you.
John: I know. I do. It's hard.
Trivia & References
- Alice Cooper played a gig at the Cowtown Ballroom in Kansas City on Dec 16, 1971. This is his setlist.
- "Toastettes" were created by Nabisco in 1967 to compete with Kellogg's Pop-Tarts. The brand was discontinued in 2002.
- Gulab Jamun is an Indian dessert which is a type of fried dumpling served in a spiced sugar syrup.