Οι καλύτερες ατάκες του επεισοδίου 14×13 – Lebanon.
Eliot: I mean, think about it. Where did they even come from? Them or their weird sidekick with the trench coat. And what about that kid with the dumb Bambi look on his face all the time?
Sam: I-I know you need — or you want some sort of rational explanation for what happened here, but there isn’t one. My brother and I, we hunt things. Evil things that shouldn’t exist.
Dean: And we are damn good at what we do.
John: So, you saved the world?
Dean: More than once.
John: Then it’s all true. God, the Devil, you boys smack in the middle. Now you live in a secret bunker with an angel and Lucifer’s kid.
Sam: Dad for me? That fight that was a lifetime ago. I don’t even remember what I said, and — I mean yeah. You know what? You did some messed-up things. But I don’t I mean, when I think about you and I think about you a lot I don’t think about our — our fights. I think about you I think about you on the floor of that hospital. And I think about how I never got to say goodbye.
John: Sam. Son. I am so sorry.
Sam: I’m sorry, too. But you did your best, Dad. You — You fought for us, and you loved us, and that’s enough.
Dean: Basically, uh, if you don’t go back, Sam never gets back into the life, um, and Mom, she, uh…
Dean: Well, without everything that we did — with God, The Darkness — she never comes back. Sam thinks that she’ll just fade away.
John: Okay. I mean, me versus your mom? That’s — That’s not even a choice.
John: Dean. I, uh — I never meant for this.
Dean: Dad, we pulled you here.
John: No, son. My fight. It was supposed to end with me, with Yellow Eyes. But now you — you are a grown man, and I am incredibly proud of you. I guess that I had hoped, eventually, you would get yourself a normal life, a peaceful life, a family.
Dean: I have a family.
John: All right. Near as I can tell, we have two choices. All right, we can think about what’s coming. Or we can be grateful for this time that we have together. Now, me I choose grateful. So, to whatever brought us together, we owe you one. Amen.
Sam: Once we send Dad back it’s like none of this ever happened. He — He just goes back to — to to being Dad.
Dean: You saying you wish things would be different?
Sam: Don’t you? Can you imagine — Dad in the past, knowing then what he knows now? I I think it would be nice.
Dean: Yeah. I used to think that, too. But, uh, I mean, look, we’ve been through some tough times. There’s no denying that. And for the longest time, I blamed Dad. I mean, hell, I blamed Mom, too, you know? I was angry. But say we could send Dad back knowing everything. Why stop there? Why not send him even further back and let some other poor sons of bitches save the world? But here’s the problem. Who does that make us? Would we be better off? Well, maybe. But I got to be honest — I don’t know who that Dean Winchester is. And I’m good with who I am. I’m good with who you are. ‘Cause our lives — they’re ours. And maybe I’m just too damn old to want to change that.
John: My girl. I miss you so damn much.
Mary: Me too.
John: You two. You take care of each other.
Sam: We always do.
Dean: Good to see you, Dad.
John: I am so proud of you boys. I love you both so much.
Dean: I love you, too.
John: Dean. No, I’m okay. I just I just had one hell of a dream. Yeah. No, it was a good one. I’m on my way back. I’ll see you soon.