Donna: I’m sorry for calling you guys, but Jody’s got her hands full with the girls.
Dean: Hey, never apologize for calling us.
Dean: You got up at 10:00 a.m. this morning. 10:00 a.m. You, Mr. Rise and Freakin’ Shine. And then you turned down pancakes.
Sam: I wasn’t hungry.
Dean: They’re pancakes. Y — Look, I know you’re in a dark place right now, okay? I mean, we lost Jack. Mom is… I think about ’em, too. All the time. But you can’t let it eat you up. Now look, when I was — when I was broken up, you were there for me. Well, I’m here for you now. And I’m telling you, the only way out of this is through. Now when everything goes to hell, what do we do? We put out heads down and we do the work. We’ll find Jack. We’ll save Mom, we will. But right now, Donna needs our help.
Sam: Okay. Look… Obviously, I’m here for Donna, all right? I wanna help.
Dean: I know you do. So let’s find this son of a bitch.
Marlon: Look, I see someone I think nobody’s gonna miss, I send a message, I get paid.
Dean: And you feel good about that?
Marlon: No, but, you know, like you don’t got bills?
Donna: Where’s Clegg?
Marlon: I tell you, you’ll kill me.
Donna: Oh, I’m killing ya either way. You just gotta decide if you want it fast or slow.
Sam: You… You’re the Butterfly.
Clegg: And you’re Sam Winchester. You and your brother are famous. Hell, soon as I saw that fancy car, I knew who you were. And I knew you’d be trouble. Tried to give you that preacher, but you saw right through that. So now it’s on to Plan B.
Clegg: How many monsters you think are out there, Sam? You know, if you — you had to guess.
Sam: Hundreds. Thousands.
Clegg: Ah. Add a zero. Actually, add two. See, those freaks that you and your brother chase, those are just the ones that can’t pass, either because they’re too mean or they’re too stupid, or both. But most monsters… hell, they could be your next door neighbor. They work a regular job, mow the lawns on a Saturday. And they need to eat, which is where I come in.
Dean: Listen, Doug… I know it’s been a day. But now you know what’s out there. Be nice to have another good guy on our side.
Doug: I… No. Maybe you all can live this life, but I can’t. I just wanna go home.
Donna: So we’ll go home.
Doug: And what? I’m a cop ’cause I like helping folks, but… Vampires? That’s… I’m not…
Donna: Doug. I’m sorry I lied to you… but I can’t give this up.
Doug: I know. Donna, you kill monsters. You’re a damn hero. But that’s… It’s not me. I’m sorry. I love you. I’m sorry.
Sam: Let him go. Donna, when you choose this life, anyone who gets too close, eventually, they get hurt, or worse. So let him go. He’ll be safer that way.
Dean: You were a little tough on Donna back there.
Dean: Just sayin’.
Sam: Was I wrong? I mean, when has knowing us ever worked out for anyone?
Dean: I mean, we save people, Sam.
Sam: Yeah, we also get people killed, Dean. Kaia, for instance. She helped us and she died for it.
Dean: Hey, look, I know you’re in some sort of a-
Sam: No, no, no, no, no, no, no, don’t — don’t… You keep saying I’m in a dark place, but I’m not, Dean. Everything I’m saying is the truth. It’s our lives. And I tried to pretend it didn’t have to be. I tried to pretend we could have Mom back and Cas and — and help Jack. But we can’t. This ends one way for us, Dean. It ends bloody. It ends bad.