8.22 Clip Show

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Title Clip Show
Episode # Season 8, Episode 22
First aired May 8, 2013
Directed by Thomas J. Wright
Written by Andrew Dabb
On IMDB Clip Show
Outline
Monster Crowley
Nephilim
Abaddon
Timeline
Location(s) Lebanon, Kansas
Lost Creek, Colorado
Prosperity, Indiana
St Louis, Missouri
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Synopsis

Characters

Definitions

Music

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Quotes

Castiel: I like this bunker. It's orderly.
Sam: Give us a few months - Dean wants to get us a ping pong table.
Sam: So, we have a dungeon.
Dean: Finally!
Castiel: Where's the pie?

Chris the Minimart Virgin: I think we're out.

Castiel: You don't understand. I. Need. Pie.
Crowley: About now, you'll be thinking of ways to stop me. You won't be able to. But you'll try - because that's what you do. You try.
Crowley: What's the line? "Saving people, hunting things. The family business." Well I think, the people you save, they're how you justify your pathetic little lives. The alcoholism, the collateral damage, the pain you've caused... The one thing that allows you to sleep at night - the one thing is knowing these folks are out there. Still out there. Happy and healthy because of you. You great big bloody heroes. They're your life's work and I am going to rip it apart. Piece by piece. Because I can. Because you can't stop me. Because when they're all gone, what will you have left?

Trivia & References

Clip Show refers to an episode of television which is based around clips from old episodes, usually by having characters reminisce, or dream about the past. They are cheap episodes to produce. The title here refers to the re-appearance of characters from past episodes: Tommy Collins from 1.02 Wendigo, Sarah Blake from 1.19 Provenance and Jenny Klein from 7.05 Shut Up, Dr. Phil.
Dean finds that the Men Of Letters files document every case of demonic possession for the last 300 years including that of Icahbod crane and Lizzie Borden.
At the convenience store, Castiel buys things he knows Dean likes: beef jerky, beer, a copy of Busty Asian Beauties, and toilet paper. He tries to buy Pie, but of course to no avail, continuing the running gag in which Dean never gets his pie.
Crowley uses The Supernatural Books to research Sam and Dean's past cases and to find people they saved.
Crowley: What's the line? "Saving people, hunting things. The family business."
Dean used the line in 1.02 Wendigo when Sam asked why they were helping hunt the Wendigo. Dean held up John's Journal and responded "This is why. This book. This is dad’s single, most valuable possession. Everything he knows about every evil thing is in here, and he’s passed it on to us. I think he wants us to pick up where he left off, you know, saving people, hunting things. The family business."
Dean: We'll figure this out. We will. And we'll get it done. We'll kick it in the ass like we always do.
Kick it in the ass! was the cacth phrase of the late Producer/Director Kim Manners.

Minutiae

The case marked "weird!!!" by the Men Of Letters was case 1138. 1138 has special significance to George Lucas fans. His first short film was Electronic Labyrinth: THX 1138 4EB, which was later later remade as the feature film THX 1138. Subsequently the number 1138 occurs in many Lucas films including Star Wars.
Donnelly Rhodes who plays the older Father Simon also appeared in 1.02 Wendigo as Shaw, the grown victim of a childhood wendigo attack.

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