- "Toi Et Moi" by Pamela Clay
- (plays in the restaurant Rowena takes Catlin and Elle to)
Sam: What this? Cattle deaths a few towns over, demon possibility or something.
Dean: No, no, it says right there, it's probably because of the drought.
Sam: We detoured eight hours so you could get laid?
Rowena: Hardly the most appetizing process in the world, but killing demons always makes me hungry.
Gerald: Your decree last month, soul deals way down after the war with Abaddon. You said that you were looking at proactive and out of the box strategies to get numbers back up.
Crowley: So you and your half-wit pal threw me into the sex trade? I'm evil, that's just tacky.
I'm sorry Castiel, I'm not going with you. I'm done. It's hard letting go -- the story, the mission. What of the humans, whose lives we sacrifice in the name of that mission, what of them? We always said the humans were our original mission; maybe it's time Castiel, time to put them first.
Castiel: Where is all this coming from?
Being on Earth, working with you. I felt things, human things -- passions, hungers. To shower, feel water on my skin, to get closer to you. But all of that was nothing compared to what I felt when I saw him. Her husband, his anger and his grief. Caroline was inside me screaming out for him, for her life back. These feelings they aren't for me, for us. They belong to her. I know it's time to step aside... Goodbye Castiel.
I'm not a demon anymore.
Cole: Were you a demon when you murdered my father?
Then you're still a monster.
What I do is hunt monsters. Your dad Cole, your dad was a monster.
Cole: You say that now, but the last time we fought you couldn't even remember his name.
Dean: 2003 Nyack, New York, Ed Trenton. I was working a case three dead, livers ripped out and eaten by your father.
Dean: I tracked him down that night, to your house.
Cole: When you say he was a monster, what kind of monster was he?
I don't know, I never seen that kind before, never seen it again. All I know is that he came home that night looking to kill, it could have been you, it could have been your mom.
Cole: My whole life I've been...
Dean: I get it, that was your story. Look man I got one of those too, okay but those stories that we tell that keep us going, sometimes they blind us. They take us to dark places, kinda place where I might beat the crap out of a good man, just for the fun of it. The people who love me, they pulled me back from that edge. Cole once you touch that darkness, it never goes away. Now the truth is, I'm past saving. I know how my story ends, it's at the edge of a blade or the barrel of a gun. So the question is is that going to be today, it gonna be that gun?
Sam: What you said earlier back there, about being past saving were you really-
Dean: I was just telling the guy what he needed to hear. We better go.
Rowena: The king at last. King of what, Lilliput? I mean I heard you were short. Well, get to it. Time for the coup de grace, we boy. Something the matter with you? Cat got your tongue? Meow.
Trivia & References
"Girls, Girls, Girls" is also the title of Mötley Crüe's fourth studio album
, as well as song from the album.
The “interests” listed on Dean’s dating app "Rolling through town, no strings attached. Interested?" were the same as ones Jensen Jensen gave as an answer to the question “what would be on Dean’s dating profile?” at Comic Con 2014
. Writer Bob Berens confirmed that he was writing the script when he was at Comic Con and when he heard Jensen’s reply he knew he had to put it in the episode!.
'Oh baby whatever you want, I'm just burning up thinking about you.'
Dean: They get raunchier.
Sam: Yeah I see that, it's like a Penthouse letter.
- Reference to Penthouse Forum magazine, which features letters of unlikely sexual encounters that begin with "I never thought this would happen to me..."
The restaurant Rowena
to is named Bistro de Moules, moules is French slang for vagina. Rowena also refers to the Grand Coven as "utter fannies," which is also slang for vagina in the UK.
I'm not afraid, because you're a noob.
- A "noob" is internet slang for an inexperienced individual.
The king at last. King of what, Lilliput? I mean I heard you were short. Well, get to it. Time for the coup de grace, we boy. Something the matter with you? Cat got your tongue? Meow.
- Lilliput is one of the fictional islands from the novel Gulliver's Travels that is inhabited by tiny people.
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