Sam enlists everyone's help in trying to track down Dean, who can literally be anywhere. Meanwhile, Castiel may be in over his head after meeting up with an unreliable source. After being ...
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Sam enlists everyone's help in trying to track down Dean, who can literally be anywhere. Meanwhile, Castiel may be in over his head after meeting up with an unreliable source. After being drained of his grace, Jack is adjusting to life as a human, learning new skills and figuring out how he fits in to this world of hunters.
In a flashback, Bobby Singer attributes the following quote to "probably" Gandhi: "It's not about how hard you hit, it's about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward.", in fact it was Rocky Balboa in the sixth "Rocky" film. See more »
Kip says that he has walked the earth for 600 years and had rode with Genghis Khan. Genghis Khan died in 1227, 800 years ago. Either he had actually rode with Khan and then becoming a demon he had walked the earth for 600 years or the writers got their dates wrong for the demon to have ridden with Khan. See more »
Life's a little different when you can't just zap people around, huh?
A lot different. Yeah.
You'll get used to it. Truth be told, this stuff didn't come all that easy for me, either. Had my ass handed to me more times than I can count.
But you kept fighting?
You got to. As a wise man once said, "It ain't how hard ya hit. It's how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward."
Was that Gandhi?
Probably. Yeah, somethin' like that.
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