Sam Winchester: There's gotta be something, some way. Whatever it is, I'll do it. Don't, Dean. I'm not gonna let you go to hell.
Dean Winchester: Yes, you are! Yes, you are. I'm sorry. I mean, this was all my fault. I know that. But what you're doing is not gonna save me. It's only gonna kill you.
Sam Winchester: Then what am I supposed to do?
Dean Winchester: Keep fighting. Take care of my wheels. Sam, remember what Dad taught you. Okay? And remember what I taught you.
Sam Winchester: You know, if this doesn't, uh... If this doesn't go the way we want...
Dean Winchester: No, no, no, no, no, no.
Sam Winchester: "No" what?
Dean Winchester: You're not gonna bust out the misty goodbye speech, okay? And if this is my last day on earth, I do not want it to be socially awkward. You know what I do want?
(Dean turns on the music)
Sam Winchester: Bon Jovi?
Dean Winchester: Bon Jovi rocks... on occasion.
(Sam and Dean sing "Wanted dead or alive" by Bon Jovi)
Dean Winchester: Sam, we are not gonna make the same mistake all over again.
Sam Winchester: You said that, but what does that mean?
Dean Winchester: Don't you see a pattern here? Dad's deal, my deal, now this. Every time one of us is up the creek, the other's begging to sell their soul. That's all this is, man. Ruby's just jerking your chain down the road. You know what it's paved with, and you know where it's going.
Sam Winchester: Dean. What are you afraid is gonna happen? This is me, I can handle it. And if it'll save you...
Dean Winchester: Why even risk it?
Sam Winchester: Because you're my brother. Because you did the same thing for me.
Dean Winchester: I know. And look how that turned out. All I'm saying... Sammy, all I'm saying is that you're my weak spot. You are. And I'm yours.
Sam Winchester: No, you don't mean that. We're family.
Dean Winchester: I know. And those evil sons of b*tches know it too. I mean, what we'll do for each other, you know, how far we'll go. They're using it against us.
Sam Winchester: So we just stop looking out for each other?
Dean Winchester: No, we stop being martyrs. Man, we stop spreading it for these demons. We take this knife and we go after Lilith our way. The way Dad taught us to. And if we go down, then, uh... then we go down swinging. What do you think?
Sam Winchester: I think you totally should have been jamming "Eye of the Tiger" right there.
Dean Winchester: Oh, bite me. You know, I totally rehearsed that speech too.
Rufus Turner: Because that's the job, kid. Even if you manage to scrape out of this one... there's just gonna be something else down the road. Folks like us... there ain't no happy ending. We all got it coming.
Dean Winchester: Well, ain't you a bucket of sunshine.
Rufus Turner: I'm what you've got to look forward to if you survive. Which you won't.
(Ghostfacers find electromagnet in the bag, that starts messing up them equipment...)
Dean Winchester: Electromagnet. Wiped out every tape and hard drive.
Sam Winchester: World just isn't ready for the Ghostfacers.
Dean Winchester: That's too bad, I kind of liked the show.
Sam Winchester: Had its moments.
Sam Winchester: How many you figure are out there?
Dean Winchester: I don't know.
Sam Winchester: However many, they could be possessing anyone. Anyone could just walk right in.
Dean Winchester: It's kind of wild, right? It means, like, they're coming right for us. Never done that before. It's like we got a contract on us. You think it's because we're so awesome? I think it's because we're so awesome.
Dean Winchester: Nice reflexes.
Sam Winchester: I knew it was gonna happen, Dean. I know everything.
Dean Winchester: You don't know everything.
Sam Winchester: Yeah. I do.
Sam and Dean (at the same time): Yeah, right. Nice guess.
Sam Winchester: It wasn't a guess.
Sam and Dean (at the same time): Right, you're a mind reader. Cut it out, Sam. Sam. You think you're being funny, but you're being really childish. Sam Winchester wears makeup. Sam Winchester cries his way through sex. Sam Winchester keeps a ruler by the bed. Every morning, when he wakes up... Okay. Enough!
(Sam saves Dean from getting hit by a car...)
Dean Winchester: What, did he...?
Sam Winchester: Yesterday. Yeah.
Dean Winchester: And?
Sam Winchester: And what?
Dean Winchester: Did it look cool like in the movies?
Sam Winchester: You peed yourself.
Dean Winchester: Of course I peed myself. A man gets hit by a car, you think he has control over his bladder? Come on!
Nightmare Dean: I mean, you're going to hell and you won't lift a finger to stop it? Talk about low self-esteem. Then again, it's not much of a life worth saving.
Dean Winchester: Wake up, Dean. Wake up.
Nightmare Dean: After all, you've got nothing, outside of Sam. You are nothing. You're as mindless and obedient as an attack dog.
Dean Winchester: That's not true.
Nightmare Dean: No? What are the things that you want? What are the things that you dream? I mean, your car, that's Dad's. Your favorite leather jacket, Dad's. Your music, Dad's. Do you even have an original thought? No. No, all there is is, "Watch out for Sammy. Look after your little brother, boy!" You can still hear your Dad's voice in your head, can't you? Clear as a bell.
Dean Winchester: Just shut up.
Nightmare Dean: When you think about it... all he ever did was train you, boss you around. But Sam... Sam, he doted on. Sam, he loved.
Dean Winchester: I mean it. I'm getting angry.
Nightmare Dean: Dad knew who you really were. A good soldier and nothing else. Daddy's blunt little instrument. Your father didn't care whether you lived or died. Why should you?
Dean Winchester: Son of a b*tch! My father was an obsessed bastard! All that crap he dumped on me, about protecting Sam, that was his crap. He's the one who couldn't protect his family. He's the one who let Mom die. Who wasn't there for Sam. I always was. He wasn't fair! I didn't deserve what he put on me. And I don't deserve to go to hell!
Nightmare Dean (now with demon eyes): You can't escape me, Dean. You're gonna die. And this, this is what you're gonna become.
(Bobby is trapped in a nightmare...)
Dean Winchester: I'm telling you, all of it. Your house, your wife, it's a nightmare.
Bobby Singer: I killed her.
Dean Winchester: Bobby! This is your dream that you can wake up. I mean, hell, you can do anything.
Bobby Singer: Just leave me alone. Let her kill me already.
Dean Winchester: Look at me. You snap out of this now. You gotta snap out of this now. You're not gonna die. I'm not gonna let you die. You're like a father to me. You gotta believe me, please.
Bobby Singer: I'm dreaming?
Dean Winchester: Yes. Now take control of it.