Οι καλύτερες ατάκες του δωδέκατου επεισοδίου της τελευταίας σεζόν με τίτλο Galaxy Brain.
Chuck: It’s monologue time. In the beginning, it was just me and sis. And it was fine. But I wasn’t satisfied. So I made more. I created the world. But I didn’t stop there. No, no, no. I got the bug! So I — I kept creating. I made… other worlds. Different combinations, scenarios, characters. Different versions of the same characters. You know my — “My other toys.” Is that where I screwed up?
Clerk: Sir, this a Radio Shed.
Chuck: Dean says I’m not going to get the ending I want. And I don’t know. Maybe — I — I mean that shouldn’t matter, right? I’ve gotten what I want from hundreds of Sams and Deans. I could get what I want from a hundred more. And I don’t care. Those other toys they don’t — they don’t… spark joy. But Sam and Dean… the real Sam and Dean… they do. They challenge me… They disappoint me… They surprise me. They’re… the ones.
Clerk: How ’bout a stereo?
Chuck: I don’t need more! More things, more distractions? I need less. It’s time to clear the board. All the other worlds, alternate realities, the subplots… the failed spin-offs… It’s time to start cancelling shows.
Sam: I still don’t like it.
Dean: Which part — Jack’s deal with death? Or the part where she’s got him eating angel hearts?
Castiel: Ugh. The hearts were disturbing.
Dean: Well, here’s to being right. And here’s to payback. Hmm? Come on. What, revenge doesn’t sound good to you?
Castiel: What sounds good to me is Jack fulfilling his destiny.
Dean: Okay, yeah, but… icing on the cake? I mean, Chuck wanted Cain and Abel, and.. now we’re going all biblical on Him. Killed by His own grandson. That sounds right to me.
Dark Kaia: You promised you’d get me back to my world.
Dean: Well, way I see it, that promise expired the minute you hurt our friend.
Jack: She’s been watching me.
Merle: Yeah, I’ve been watching you screw up. One measly life on the line, and you’re ready to risk it all? That’s not just dumb. That’s Winchester dumb.
Dean: How you feeling about this?
Sam: Honestly? Feels like we’re taking a big, probably stupid risk. Feels good. Disobeying cosmic entities, doing the, uh… dumb right thing? Feels like we’re back.
Sam: Yeah, what’s your endgame, Billie? You lecture us about how important all this is, but we don’t even know what you’re doing. Jack’s gonna kill God, right? Yeah? Great. Okay. How? What’s your plan?
Billie: When I was a reaper, I believed in the rules. But then you killed me. And when I became Death, I inherited Death’s knowledge… and Death’s library. And in Death’s library, everyone has a book. Even God.
Dean: So God can die?
Billie: Everything dies.
Castiel: Why would God write the blueprint to His own death?
Billie: He didn’t. The books write themselves. After God made the world, He couldn’t stop. He wanted more. But He needed to create a perfect harmony — a Swiss watch so that this world could keep tick-tick-ticking in His absence. He had no choice but to build Himself into the framework. It’s His only weakness.
Dean: So Chuck doesn’t know what’s inside the book?
Billie: No one can read their books unless I let them.
Sam: What about Jack? He’s in God’s book?
Billie: And so are you. I told you Dean — you and your brother have work to do. This is your destiny. You are the messengers of God’s destruction.