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Directly following [[7.09 How to Win Friends And Influence Monsters]], [[Dean]] and [[Sam]] rush [[Bobby]], who's been shot in the head by [[Dick Roman]], to the Hammonton Regional Hospital Trauma Center.
Directly following [[7.09 How to Win Friends And Influence Monsters]], [[Dean]] and [[Sam]] rush [[Bobby]], who's been shot in the head by [[Dick Roman]], to the Hammonton Regional Hospital Trauma Center
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Directly following 7.09 How to Win Friends And Influence Monsters, Dean and Sam rush Bobby, who's been shot in the head by Dick Roman, to the Hammonton Regional Hospital Trauma Center. As Dean drives, we see that although Bobby's body is unresponsive, his mind is busy.
In Bobby's subconscious, Bobby, Dean, and Sam are walking through the Wharton State Forest. They come across the body of Ranger Phil in a tree, and Bobby gets a weird feeling and realizes that something bad has happened. Blood drips from his forehead, but when he touches his head, he doesn't find a wound. They leave and head back to the abandoned house where they're squatting, and Dean and Sam ask him what's going on. Bobby tells them that he was shot in the head, but Dean and Sam insist that nothing like that happened. He ignores them because he knows that what he's seeing now is just in his subconscious mind, but there's something he has to remember to tell the real Dean and Sam when he wakes up. He finds a pad and marker and writes down a number, 454895, then tears off the paper and puts it in his jacket pocket.
Karen: You were expecting Farrah Fawcett?
Bobby: No, she always calls first.
Bobby's Dad: Oh, you deserved it. You were nothing but ungrateful.
Bobby: I was a kid! Kids aren't supposed to be grateful. They're supposed to eat your food and break your heart, you selfish dick.
Bobby... you've helped. You got handed a small, unremarkable life, and you did something with it. Most men like you die of liver disease, watching Barney Miller reruns. You've done enough. Believe me.
Bobby: I don't care.
Because they're my boys.
Bobby: As fate would have it, I adopted two boys. And they grew up great. They grew up heroes.
All right, scoot, jerkface. Show your elders some respect.
Sam: You scoot, asshat.
Dean: Did we get licorice?
Sam: No, we did not get licorice. We got good snacks. Licorice is disgusting.
Dean: I'm sorry, I didn't quite understand that, uh, Mr. "Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwich."
Sam: I stand by that sandwich. Nobody likes licorice. It's--it's made of dirt.
Dean: It is a classic movie food. It's right up there with popcorn.
Sam: You're out of your mind.
What, it's like little chewy pieces of heaven.
Trivia & References
Death's Door is a colloquial saying to refer to the point just before dying.
The numbers relating to the Leviathan plot which Bobby writes down on the piece of paper are 454895. We only see him write 45489 – one digit less – on Sam's hand.The latitude 45.4 and longitude -89.5 are the coordinates for Beaver Lake, in Lincoln County in Wisconsin, which could be one of the spots marked on Roman's map.source
. For more speculation see Bobby's Numbers
Rufus: What year is this? '89-ish?
Bobby: What's it matter? I'm still stuck in eternal friggin' sunshine.
Bobby is referring to the movie Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
which is about a couple who have their memories of each other erased.
: Bobby... you've helped. You got handed a small, unremarkable life, and you did something with it. Most men like you die of liver disease, watching Barney Miller reruns.
is a 1970s sitcom set around a New York City detectives' squad room.
In the Bobby's final memory, Sam wears a distinctive shirt that he's worn since season two source
Bobby's father becomes violent after Bobby accidentally knocks over a glass of milk, and Bobby kills him to protect his mother. Ironically, the saying don't cry over spilt milk
means to let go of mishaps.
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