Reeling from the traumatic loss of his virginity, Axl finds that women suddenly find him irresistible, including a cute librarian who's impressed by his affinity for Norse lore. Too bad he's too worried about sending her into shock with his godly payload to ask her out.
Lucky for Axl, she's willing to do most of the talking, and readily identifies herself as Frigg. Quest solved?
The Johnson brothers worry that this big reveal is too good to be true so early in the series, so they all pop into the library to take a look for themselves.
The men gather to discuss the repercussions of Axl’s union with the Frigg. Only one thing is certain, the sex is bound to be awesome!
Unbeknownst to them, the brothers had company in the library, and Stacey hoofs it back to her cadre of goddesses to break the news that Odin has found the Frigg and is that much closer to claiming his true power and shifting the balance away from the goddesses, which they have so enjoyed since the retreat from Asgard.
Later, Ty is called out for refrigerator repair duty – nothing the god of all things dark and cold can’t handle.
Well, she's one thing the god of all things dark and cold wasn’t prepared to contend with.
Perhaps this old, cold god still has some fire in him yet!
Meanwhile, Axl is on a date of his own, where he learns that this Frigg is part of a larger community of gods and Axl is invited to meet them!
Looks like Ty is making some godly progress of his own. In fact, hooking up with this woman makes him feel warm inside for the first time since he came into the powers of Hod.
Ahh, that explains it. She's Idun, goddess of love and bearer of apples. And it looks like Olaf wasn’t lying when he said that god on goddess sex in mind blowing!
P.S. You guessed it, the snow tastes like apples!
But Ty’s bliss is to be short-lived, as Olaf explains that Idun is destined to love and subsequently have her heart crushed by Bragi who, you may recall, happens to be Anders, Ty's womanizing brother. This isn’t going to end well.
Back to matters of destiny with the most dire of consequences, Axl dresses to impress before rudely dodging his mortal roommates on his way to the “god party”.
Axl arrives at this most auspicious meeting of the gods bearing his family-sword as proof of his lineage. He stands tall, ready to pay proper tribute to the host of this gathering only to be greeted by a seriously bootleg Thor.
Ahhhh…that explains it!
Scratch that, there might be one other god/goddess in attendance who means to do Axl harm.
These nerds never hoped to see this much action in their lives!
Axl and Michelle find themselves in a familiar position, except this time, instead of shooting Axl through the heart and fulfilling the prophecy of Odin, she reveals herself as Sjofn the Norse incarnation of the notion that “Loves a Bitch,” and warns Axl not to get in the goddesses’ way.
Things cool down considerably when Ty breaks the news to Idun that they simply cannot be. She takes it better than he does but...
...in the end things may be looking up for Ty who’s chatting up a pretty woman at the bar. Too bad this is Dawn, Anders’ personal assistant. These Johnson boys sure do like to keep it in the family!