Best 'Supernatural' Quotes from 'Unfinished Business'

Best 'Supernatural' Quotes from 'Unfinished Business'

It's becoming clear that Richard Speight, Jr. is a fan of Quentin Tarantino. The actor who plays Gabriel on Supernatural has directed four episodes of the show. Last season he directed "Stuck in the Middle (With You)," an homage to Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs. Now he directed and starred in "Unfinished Business," which owes a lot to Kill Bill.

The episode founds Gabriel seeking revenge against Loki and his three sons, the Norse demigods who sold him to Asmodeus. It was a full little tale of vengeance, though it's a shame that Loki and his three sons all had to die. Equally sad is the fact that Kevin Tran died for the second time, though this one was far less tragic than the first.

The good news is that Sam and Dean are assembling an impressive team to fight Michael, with Cas, Gabriel, Rowena, Jack, Mary, Bobby, Ketch and Charlie all on their side. These final three episodes are sure to be explosive.

Here's a look back at some of the most important quotes from this episode, including an ominous final line from Sam that might be foreshadowing a bad ending for the Winchesters.

"Selling me to that Kentucky-fried b-hole? For them, that was all profit."
-Gabriel to Sam and Dean about the Norse demigods selling him to Asmodeus

"Revenge only ends one way: ugly."
-Dean to Sam

"I learned the hard way that thinking you can win all the time, running in blind into every fight, that's how you make mistakes."
-Mary to Jack

"You're a joke. You're a failure. You live for pleasure, you stand for nothing, and in the end, that's exactly what you'll die for."
-Loki to Gabriel

"We're going to that place and we're gonna save Jack and mom together. And if something happens, we will deal with it together. And if we die, we'll do that together too."
-Sam to Dean

Supernatural airs Thursdays at 8/7c on the CW.

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