- Words Collide by Louden Swain, the band fronted by Rob Benedict who played Chuck, plays when Dean and Lydia are at The Cobalt Lounge.
- You Shook Me All Night Long by AC/DC plays during the sex/murder scene.
Anyway, I--I left the flask over here the other night.
Lydia: Yes, I found it. It was so beat up and old, I almost tossed it.
Yeah, well, the guy it belonged to was beat-up and old, too. But I was very close with him and I'd hate to lose it.
Dean: I'll admit, it could be in the general vicinity of the ballpark of our kind of thing.
Sam: Yeah, uh, "didn't match anything human" usually seals the deal for me.
Dean: I know Bobby's got a Grecian encyclopedia of weird in here. I saw it last time I was looking through this stupid... Would it kill him to have a system?
Sam: He has a system. His files are set up like his brain.
Wherever did you get it?
Sam: Uh, a – a crazy drunk old genius.
Yeah, they always have the good stuff.
Emma: You're a good man. My mother told me that.
Dean: I seriously doubt she said that. And if you knew me you would seriously doubt it's true.
Dean: You're just as screwed up as I am, you're just... bigger.
Sam: Dean, the thing is, tonight... It almost got you killed. Now, I don't care how you deal. I really, really don't. But just don't – don't get killed.
Dean: I'll do what I can.
Trivia & References
The episode title plays off the movie 2009 movie Splice
and the 90s UK girl pop band The Spice Girls
. Splice was the tale of two scientists who mix human DNA with animal to create a hybrid which matures rapidly.
This episode was directed by first time director, Supernatural's Production designer Jerry Wanek
The first murder scene in the teaser was more graphic but had to be edited to comply with broadcast standards Source
...dinner and a movie, which sounded fine, except the movie was Human Centipede.
is a 2010 Dutch horror movie about a mad scientist who kidnaps three tourists and sews them together mouth to anus to make a human centipede.
Dean: Here's the mother ship. Let's get this done.
According to Jim Michaels
"The Mothership is what we always call the LA Office when we call for Phone Conferences -- First coined by 1st AD Kevin "Parksapedia" Parks
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