After explosions-at-first-sight, the Norse gods and goddesses of New Zealand waste no time getting Axl and Eva on a proper date.
But even pulling out all the stops doesn’t make a first date any less awkward. Despite her initially chilly disposition, Axl is eventually able to win Eva over by agreeing that her father is a total jerk.
Meanwhile, the Johnson brothers sit back, relax, await their god powers to return in full, and have a delightfully uncomfortable conversation about Ty’s sex life. Just how does the god of all things dark and cold manage to make love to a warm-blooded woman anyway?
Ahhh that’s how.
Axl goes off to confront Eva’s father, Colin Gunderson.
Who makes this face upon learning that Axl is Odin, lord among gods.
He doesn’t take well to taking orders and chases Axl out of his home with a self-combusting newspaper. Fire powers hmm…must be Loki. This means trouble.
On the bright side, with Frigg being the goddess of marriage and all, Axl and Eva are engaged to be wed.
A turn of events that some power-hungry gods and goddesses are quite happy to hear about.
So happy that Michelle promises to sleep with Anders after the wedding!
For other couples, love is simply in the air. And Dawn says those three little words to Ty that might just have made his heart melt.
But despite all of the methods of protection, TY can’t keep Dawn away from his ice-cold complexion. And she falls into a coma after merely falling asleep with a finger placed against TY’s cheek.
Told that she slept-walked into Ty’s ice-carving studio, Dawn is physically stable, but Ty’s emotional state is another issue entirely.
Meanwhile, Loki delivers Mike a marriage contract – written in Nordic runes of course.
Even Ingrid can’t make heads or tails of it, but she does know someone who can. Someone who will only deal with goddesses.
And so the goddesses supplicate themselves at the feet of the one who can translate the runes.
Agnetha declares the contract kosher, and the nuptial festivities are greenlit all around.
And the contract is signed in her divine blood. This surely can’t end poorly.
And so the happy couple go their separate ways a bit unsure of what comes next.
So much for getting an honest and unbiased translation out of Agnetha.