Picking up from where we left off, Gaia is still not getting her head round the idea that she is Frigg. In fact, she is openly mocking Axl and Bryn. Axl realises Gaia is still stoned, so he takes her back to the house, where the devastation wrought by Eggther rather takes the edge off her happy buzz. Axl tries again to convince Gaia, this time on a personal level, but the arrival of Thor/Derrick at the house does not help matters. As Axl has to deal with Derrick trying to kill Bryn, Gaia takes her opportunity to slip out her bedroom window (again) and make a bid for freedom.
This leads her to Mike’s bar, where she expresses her concerns that Axl and Bryn have gone barking mad. Mike can understand why she might feel this, but the fact is she is who they say she is. And Mike introduces himself to Gaia, as Ullr. Then he introduces her to the Goddesses and suggests that maybe they will help Gaia transition into her new world. Michele and the Goddesses are only too happy to whisk Gaia from the building, to welcome her to their ranks. Olaf is dubious that Mike has done the right thing, letting the Frigg out of their grasp like that.
Meanwhile Anders and Ty are still on their drinking spree, with Helen as their new companion. Ty is watching Helen and Anders carefully and what he is seeing is not the Bragi/Idun hell that Olaf foretold, but Anders actually getting on with a woman and not being such a dick for once in his life.
While Gaia is off with the Goddesses, the word spreads of the latest events and the gang begins to gather at Mike’s. Derrick just wants to find Eggther and kill him, while the others are looking for more diplomatic options. Anders is not thrilled that Mike let the Goddesses get their hands on Frigg; and he also willing to sacrifice Zeb along the way. This does not make Anders popular and he is told to take a hike – Helen and Ty (who is too wasted to be of much use) go with him.
Eventually the clued-in Gaia returns, with her Goddess chums, and the debate over what to do about the Zeb/Eggther situation swings into full gear. Mike’s assertion that he should be the one to go face the giant is overruled, and eventually a rescue party of Mike, Axl, Gaia, Bryn and Derrick set forth.
While the posse is away on rescue duty Michele takes the opportunity to quiz Ingrid on the nature of The Stick, the one that gave her magical healing powers. From this she learns that the power of Yggdrasil is a feminine power, which is why The Stick is useless in the hands of our God Boys. So Michele then breaks into Anders’ apartment to liberate The Stick, into her rightful hands.
Meanwhile, thanks to Derrick’s overwhelming desire to kill giants, the meeting with Eggther does not go well, and Axl and Gaia’s vision of a new world order where Gods and giants live in peace and harmony is shattered. It is only the intervention of Zeb, who has befriended Eggther during his captivity, which prevents Gaia getting her head stoved in.
And so Eggther and Derrick are sent on their respective journeys home, and the posse returns to the safety of Mike’s bar. But although Gaia has accepted the fact that she is about to become a Goddess, she still has major problems with what this entails – i.e. her loos of free will. But as she tells Axl this, outside the bar, a van pulls up and she is bundled into the back by some masked men. Axl can do nothing but watch as Gaia is kidnapped, thus making her very weird day even weirder.