- "Lonely Is the Night" by Billy Squire
- (playing on Dean's headphones in the Bunker; also played in 4.02 Are You There, God? It's Me, Dean Winchester)
Dean: Yup, Bunker's haunted.
Dean: Kevin I'm sorry. You did not choose this life. You busted you're ass; you lost everything and everyone you loved. And your reward? getting killed. On my watch. If I... It was on me. It was my fault, and there's nothing i can do to make that right and I am so sorry.
Kevin: This is not happening. I spend months getting through the veil to listen to Dean Winchester having some pity session. I heard enough of those when I was alive.
Crowley, this is Dean. Call me when you get this.
Sam: Really Dean?
That's your third unanswered voicemail. Did you ever think maybe he's not that into you?
Are you going to turn me over to Crowley?
Sam: No, to someone much worse.
[Linda walks in]
Dean: Do the honors Mrs. Tran?
Castiel: Sorry I created this chaos. Sorry I couldn't do more to fix it. I lost the war Rebecca, but you tried a new way. You have my respect for that.
Sam: You feel that? I think I felt a chill.
Dean: Yeah, that's cause it's cold.
Kevin: Before I go, can you guys promise me something? Can you two get over it? Dudes, just because you couldn’t see me doesn’t mean I couldn’t see you. The drama, the fighting? It’s stupid. My mom’s taking home a ghost. You two, you’re both still here.
Trivia & References
Dean and Sam use the aliases Agents Nicks and McVie referring to Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac
D. Webster? As in like Daniel Webster?
Dean: Well, I know a lame Crowley in-joke when I see one.
- The storage lockers were rented under the name "D. Webster". "The Devil and Daniel Webster" is a 1937 short story by Stephen Vincent Benét. It is a retelling of the story of Faust in which a farmer sells his soul to the devil and is defended by Daniel Webster. The real Daniel Webster was a famous 19th century orator and senator.
All right why don't you take Corridor Q. I'll go with Del the Funky Homosapien.
- A reference to underground hip hop artist Del the Funky Homosapien.
I knew you'd be an asset. No one's as motivated as you to take him down. I've had my hands so full with the factions, it's distracted me from the real goal. But with you by my side -- the new boss and the ultimate rebel working together -- think of the message that would send to would-be dissidents. They'd finally understand that resistance is futile. Think of the bloodshed we could avert... what a united angelkind could accomplish in Heaven... elsewhere.
- "Resistance is futile" is a line famously uttered by the Borg in Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Dean and Sam's bedrooms are numbered as rooms #22 and #23 respectively.
The three locations that Bartholomew
has spotted Metatron
in are revealed on the map to be the states Washington, Michigan and Georgia.
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