Moments later, Our Intrepid Heroes tumble down the front steps, and after ordering the just-appearing Husband to gather the remaining Monster Chow in front of the house -- again, some more -- Dean and Sam puzzle through recent events. "So, it's just a girl?" Sam gapes, appalled. "It's not just a girl," Dean asserts while managing to shoehorn in the requisite pop-culture reference at the same time: "It's psycho Nell!" Actually, I think maybe he got two pop-culture references in there. Three, in fact, if you count the first as a reference-wrapped-in-a-reference. Sly, Dean. Very sly. "Who is she, then?" Sam wonders. "I don't know," Dean exasperates. "Maybe it's the daughter, Rebecca. Maybe she didn't hang herself!" "Dude, no," Sam shakes his head. "She'd have to be, like, fifty years old by now." I transcribe this bit of dialogue only because there was quite a bit of confusion regarding Bristol and Levi's ages after this episode aired. The actress playing Bristol -- we never get a good look at Levi -- appears to be in her early twenties at the oldest, but this exchange, combined with the information provided by Mother Peacock earlier, would indicate the twin inbred mutant freaks are pushing thirty. Again, though: Store it away for that fantasy Pub Trivia category of yours, or whatever, because it doesn't really affect the episode's events.
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