4.02 Are You There God? It's Me, Dean Winchester

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Title Are You There, God? It's Me, Dean Winchester
Episode # Season 4, Episode 2
First aired September 25, 2008
Directed by Philip Sgriccia
Written by Sera Gamble
On IMDB http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1222606/
Outline The ghosts of people hunters failed to save are returning to kill them.
Monster Vengeful Spirits
Timeline September 21, 2008
Location(s) Pontiac, Illinois
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  • Billy Squier - Lonely Is the Night plays during the previouslies


Meg:I had a sister. A little sister. She worshipped me. You know how little siblings are, right? How they'll do anything for you? She was never the same after I disappeared. She just got...lost.
Meg: You saw how I suffered for months. I thought you must have learned something. I thought I died for something. But what you're doing with that demon, Ruby? How many innocent bodies has Ruby burned through for kicks? How many girls just like me? And you don't send her back to Hell? You're a monster!
Sam: You built a panic room??

Bobby: I had a weekend off.

Dean: Bobby, you're awesome.
Castiel: The rising of the Witnesses is one of the 66 seals.
Dean: I’m guessing that’s not a show at SeaWorld.

Castiel: You should show me some respect. I dragged you out of Hell. I can throw you back in.

Trivia & References

The title of the episode “Are You There God? It's Me, Dean Winchester “ is a reference to “Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret” by Judy Blume. Published in 1970, it followed a young girl’s exploration of her spirituality, as she also deals with the other matters of adolescence like getting her period and her search for identity.
Dean suggests they go and visit the Grand Canyon, the Star Trek Experience and the Bunny Ranch.
Bobby: If you're going to shoot, shoot! Don't talk!
This is a quote from the spaghetti Western The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Dean: You know, Michael Landon. Not dicks.
In the television series Highway to Heaven, Michael Landon played angel Jonathan Smith who was sent to Earth where he teamed up with cop Mark Gordon in order to help people.
Misha Collins who plays Castiel reports that "Kripke wanted to base the look of the character on the comic book character ‘Constantine’" Source. John Constantine is an occult detective who features in the Hellblazer comic book series, and the film Constantine.


According to Castiel, the episode takes place three days after he raised Dean from Hell.
Bobby’s panic room is iron coated with salt and protected by Devil's trap (symbol). He has the iconic poster of Bo Derek from the movie 10 on the wall.
Bobby has a hex box in an upstairs linen closet. In the kitchen, the cutlery drawer has a false bottom which contains hemlock, opium and wormwood.
Castiel says twenty other hunters were killed by the Witnesses and six Angels died in other battles occuring simultaneously involving the aforementioned 66 seals.

Sides, Scripts & Transcripts