Life on the road isn't exactly a beach for Axl and Gaia as they neglected to bring a change of clothes, toothbrushes and other such sundries. Axl wants to go back, though Gaia's still searching for a sign as to what her future holds: a Norse Goddess, a Maori Goddess ... or other?
Masquerading as a recently eloped couple, Axl and Gaia check into the Brigadoon B&B, run by the super-friendly Tom and Beth. They provide the travelers with a new wardrobe made up of leftover costumes from their community theatre days.
You call this the Real World? Hopefully that sign Gaia's looking for will reveal itself soon, though Brigadoon B&B seems like a nice enough place to lay low for a while.
Over dinner, Gaia expresses her romantic feelings about marriage. Axl's ears prick up -- as Frigg is the Goddess of Marriage, is Gaia choosing the Frigg path?
Whatever path Gaia chooses, she better do it quick, as Axl reminds her that tomorrow is her 21st birthday. As she certainly doesn't like being pressured, Gaia leaves Axl in the sauna ...
... with Tom, and the men bond over commiserating about the mysteries of womankind.
Back in the actual real world, Helen's proving to be something of a bad influence on Anders as she convinces him to use his God powers to get out of paying an expensive restaurant bill.
Meanwhile, at the bar, Olaf reveals there are eyes and ears on Mike as he finds several listening devices and cameras hidden in the bar and apartment.
Olaf also shows Mike the super-cool hidden door he discovered in the last episode ...
... which leads to the hidden room in which he battled Kvasir, the facilitator of all the 'bugs.' The mystery of Mike's eternally unlocked front door has been solved!
Mike's cell phone rings, revealing the man who put Kvasir up to the task: Colin, who, along with expressing his sadness over the cancellation of his favorite "God-on-Goddess porn channel," thanks Mike for all of Agnetha's money, which he stole via the bug in Mike's computer.
Before Mike can commence with his roaring rampage of revenge against Colin, he's got another problem: the Maori Gods and the Followers of Maui have set up camp in the bar, refusing to leave until Mike agress to hunt for the missing Gaia.
Meanwhile, Dawn attempts to speed up the process of getting the Lindus PR campaign off the ground by ambushing the non-responsive Natalie. Natalie says she'll get to the paperwork in her own sweet time.
Helen believes Dawn's actions made Anders' PR company look desperate and urges her lover to fire his longtime assistant, saying Dawn ultimately has "no place in God business."
Using his persuasive God powers, Anders sacks Dawn in the nicest way possible ... even though he hates himself for it.
Back at Brigadoon B&B, Anders has managed to score some points with Gaia by telling her that whatever will be, will be on her 21st ... and he'll always love her no matter what decision she makes.
Using his God powers of the hunt, Mike tracks down Gaia and Axl, urging them to come home. He also picks up the B&B tab like a good big brother.
Back in the real world, Gaia tells the congregation at Mike's bar to go home, assuring them that whatever's going to happen will present itself tomorrow.
Meanwhile, Michele brings The Stick to Ty's apartment to hide it from Colin, who knows of its existence -- and its powers -- thanks to the hidden cameras in Mike's apartment.
Hearing that Kvasir is Olaf's prisoner, Ty seeks the wise God's counsel about becoming mortal. Kvasir says this can only be done via a branch from Yggdrasil ... and, luckily, there's one in Michele's possession.
The first step involves Ty drinking a cup of tea containing shavings from The Stick, which results in Ty having a Triple Dawn hallucination.
After seeing the face of his true love on every person in the room, Ty dies and his God spirit leaves him ... just as it did with his wife, Eva.
Michele then uses the healing powers granted to her by The Stick and revives Ty, who claims he feels warm. Has he finally gotten his wish to be mortal, and therefore able to be with Dawn?