Sam: I mean how much lore is even left? We got nothing on the Mark?
Dean: Right, you think these eggheads with all the crap they amassed over the years would have actually collected something important. Ah, here -- 'He-wolf, She-wolf: A Study in Werewolf Transgenderism,' six hundred pages, volume one. But, uh, something important, like I don't know maybe the oldest symbol known to man -- 'that's not worth our time, it's not weird enough.'
Jody: Honestly Donna, I just met the guy but, Doug seems like kind of a dick.
Donna: But he was my dick... I'm gonna hit the can, you know, where it's less gross.
Uh Oh, flying the coop without me? Again.
Donna: No I get it, I do. Take a hint Donna. Right?
Jody: There's been another animal attack.
Shut the front door. Says who?
Donna: So. Fresh corpse, jerk ex-husband, out of control teen. Wanna get blingo'd on my mini-bar and watch pay-per-view?
Alright I'll go try and crack the police server.
Dean: Yeah, maybe I'll go crack the deputy.
Sam: Right. But this time try to be a little less defensive of your pretend job.
Dean: You know this badge means something.
Sam: I made it at Kinkos.
Yes you did. Be proud of that.
Oh for the love of God, what is wrong with you? Do you get off on fat shaming chicks? You are so not fat by the way. And you, you are just a douche!
Doug: Well, okay. I'll just uh, okay then.
Donna: What the H-E-double hockey sticks Jody? Calling my ex a douche to his face.
Jody: It didn't look like you were gonna do it.
Donna: What would be the point? Were divorced. You really think I'm gonna change him now?
Jody: So he gets to treat you like a doormat forever, is that it?
How about this -- until you've actually lost a husband, how about you keep your mouth zipped about mine.
Sheriff Cuse is a vampire.
Donna: She just pulled out a machete.
Jody: Donna saw his teeth.
Donna: What the cuss!? A vampire?
Wanna give her the talk?
Wait so, when we were at the weight loss spa.
Dean: Monsters, sucking out your fat. We took care of it.
Ah jeez. I knew losing ten pounds that fast was too good to be true.
All due respect sheriff but, vampires are far more dangerous than the Johns you throw in jail.
Dean: You're gonna sit this one out.
Donna: Stuff you Dean, or whatever your real name is.
Donna: Yeah, other than feeling like I wanna hurl. I just chopped off a vampire's head.
Jody: You were great at that.
Sam: You good?
Dean: Yeah. Yeah, you know for the first time since I've been back, I didn't feel like the Mark was pushing me.
Sam: First time?
Donna: Knowing that these things are out there, makes the world seem -- I don't know bigger, darker.
Dean: All I know is that back there, killing those vamps. I felt like me again.
Sam: Alright, so that's good right?
Jody: You know if you want any pointers on how to fight this crazy crap, I'm willing to fill you in -- you know what kills what.
Donna: I'd like that.
Okay, let's go with that.
"Hibbing 911" may be a reference to the comedy series Reno 911!
Hey, we good?
Dean: Aces. Yeah, I love the smell of parchment in the morning.
- Reference to the line, "I love the smell of napalm in the morning" from Apocalypse Now.
Look at all this sunblock, you'd think he's at the Copacabana or something.
- Copacabana is a neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro. It is also the name of a New York City nightclub that served as the inspiration for the Barry Manilow song.
The address to the farm where the vampire
nest is staying at -- 424 Cripple Creek Road -- is a reference to the song by The Band titled "Up on Cripple Creek."
It's all love pretty boy. All of you will become all of us. We won't waste one bit.
Dean: Okay Mufasa enough with the circle of life crap. You're a vampire, you're scum, end of story.
- Mufasa is the father of Simba in The Lion King. "Circle of life" refers to the song from the film.
So what'd you do Len? You break-up Burning Man?
Star: More like Woodstock. Len found me crying on the curb after my daddy kicked me out, I got in Len's van and the rest is wavy gravy.
So what Len's like your Charlie Manson?
Star: Oh, Charlie couldn't hold a candle to Len. He taught us everything.
I'm sure it was all kombucha and kumbaya.
Hakuna matata, lady.