Όχι μόνο ατάκες αλλά και ολόκληροι μονόλογοι – προσευχές μας έμειναν στο μυαλό από αυτό το επεισόδιο. Αν και αρκετά μουντό και δυσοίωνο εγώ θα μείνω στην ατάκα του Ντην: “Dean: No. Not this Sam. And not this Dean. So go back to Earth-2 and play with your other toys, because we will never give you the ending you want. “
Chuck: Hi, Dean.
Dean: Chuck, you dick.
Chuck: Bye, Dean.
Castiel: Dean, will you stop? Just stop being so stupid.
Castiel: If we attack Chuck now, we don’t have anything that can hurt him. We get that Leviathan blossom, complete Michael’s spell, build the Cage. That’s our chance. That’s the way we’ll save Sam, and that’s the way we’ll save the world.
Leviathan: What do you want?
Dean: Well, it’s a little embarrassing saying it loud, but we’re looking for a flower.
Leviathan: A flower? What do I look like, a florist?
Castiel: Well, this place will bring that out in you. Guilt. It was my fault the Leviathan got out. It was my fault we were here the first time. I carry that guilt every day.
Dean: I know you’re sorry, Cas. About Bel, about Mom.
Castiel: I was talking about Jack. I already apologized to you. You just refused to hear it.
Dean: Sorry I brought it up. Maybe if you didn’t just up and leave us.
Castiel: You didn’t give me a choice. You couldn’t forgive me. And you couldn’t move on. You were too angry. I left, but you didn’t stop me.
Dean: Cas? Cas, I hope you can hear me that wherever you are, it’s not too late. I should’ve stopped you. You’re my best friend, but I just let you go. ‘Cause it was easier than admitting I was wrong. I-I don’t know why I get so angry. I just know I know that it’s i-it’s just always been there. And when things go bad, it just it comes out. And I can’t I can’t stop it. No matter how — how bad I want to, I just can’t stop it. And — and I-I forgive you. Of course I forgive you. I’m sorry it took me so long. I’m sorry it took me till now to say it. Cas, I’m I’m so sorry. Man, I hope you can hear me. I hope you can hear me. Okay.
Sam: You want to quit? What’s happened to you, Dean? Ever since…
Dean: Ever since what? We lost pretty much everyone we’ve ever cared about? Ever since the Mark made Cas go crazy? Ever since I had to bury him in a Ma’lak box? Ever since then? Yeah. You know why? ‘Cause the monsters, they’re everywhere. Everywhere! What we do… it’s not even Hunting anymore. It’s whack-a-mole. We don’t even save people. Every friend we’ve ever had is either dead, or they got wise and they packed it in.
Sam: Jody’s still fighting, and Bobby…
Dean: Bobby has a death wish, and you know it. And Jody… ever since what happened to Donna and the girls, she does, too. And after Eileen, so do you.
Chuck: Without me, it’s a law of nature — dark forces prevail, monsters rule, and you, your brother, and everyone you love will die. Can you really live with that?
Dean: What now? You’re not going to dust us.
Chuck: Oh yeah? Why not?
Dean: Because you are holding out. For your big finish. Yeah we know about your galaxy-brained idea. How you think this story is going to go. Sam got a little look into your draft folder.
Chuck: Sam’s visions? They weren’t drafts – they were memories. My memories. Other Sams and other Deans, in other worlds. But guess what? Just like you they didn’t think they’d do it either. But they did. And you will too.
Dean: No. Not this Sam. And not this Dean. So go back to Earth-2 and play with your other toys, because we will never give you the ending you want.
Chuck: We’ll see.
Sam: Sorry. That was our, uh, chance to stop Chuck. But what
Chuck showed me, what would happen if we trapped him I believed him. I
Dean: Well, that’s good enough for me.
Sam: Okay, so what now?
Castiel: Well, Chuck’s gone, but…
Dean: He’ll be back.
Sam: If we can’t kill Him or trap Him…
Dean: Well, then we find another way.