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Sorry for not updating in a while, kinda been a lil busy. & omg, Dean/Jo fans, you'll like this chapter (i hope , lol )

Krissy opened the door to the motel room and was slightly surprised to see Dean and Jo intently playing a card game.

"Seriously? A card game? Do you guys really have nothing else to do?" She laughed at them. Krissy waited for either Dean or Jo to say something smart, but when they didn't even look up from their card game, Krissy walked into the bathroom.

Krissy was in the middle of brushing her teeth when she heard yelling outside. Curiously, she stuck her head out the door to see what was going on.

"Ohhh, I beat you Winchester." Jo yelled in Dean's face taunting him.

Dean looked mad and frustrated. "Damn it! No we're playing again. That wasn't fair. You cheated." Dean pointed angrily at Jo.

"What Dean? So upset over me winning? Aww... What a sore loser..." Jo pouted her lips mocking him.

"Oh shut up Jo. Fine. Whatever. You won, ok? Happy?" Dean threw his arms in the air and threw all the cards on the floor. "I'm outta here." Dean said angrily.

"But Dean..." Jo said in a voice that made her seem sad to see Dean go.

Dean turned around slowly curious to hear what Jo was going to say. "Yeah?"

"Your keys, mister." Jo laughed holding her hand out.

"I hate you." Dean muttered as he reached in his pocket and threw his keys at her.

"Thanks Dean." Jo was having too much fun.

"Bye." Dean said as he headed towards the door.

"Dean stay!" Jo demanded.

"Now why would I wanna do that?" Dean asked annoyed.

"Cause... you don't want me to wreck your car?" Jo asked. "Come on Dean, I only get one day to drive your car... right? Jo walked up to Dean. "Let's go." Jo told him.

"You want me to come wi" Dean began asking, but he was cut off by Jo.

"Of course! Who else would I wanna..." Jo pushed Dean out of the door.

"So what do you wanna do now?" Jo asked. They had already had lunch, and had been driving aimlessly on the highway for a couple of hours listening to the same cassette over and over again.

"I don't know?" Dean muttered. What he really wanted to do was take a nap, but he didn't want Jo to wake him up in one of those obnoxious ways that she always does.

"You don't know? Hmm, then you wouldn't mind going shopping?" Jo said seriously.

"What? No!" Dean sat straight and stared at Jo.

"Relax Dean. I was just joking." Jo laughed at him.

"Yeah I know." Dean lied.

"Bowling. We should go bowling?" Jo smiled at Dean.

"Bowling?" Dean looked at Jo as if she was crazy.

"Yeah, come on... It'll be fun." Jo pressured.

"Hell no." Dean argued.

"What Dean? Afraid of losing against me?" Jo frowned at Dean.

"Fine, whatever... And just so you know, I'm actually a pretty good bowler." Dean pointed out.

"Oh really? When's the last time you've played." Jo asked.

"I don't know. But I took Sam bowling a couple times when he was a kid." Dean admitted.

"Yeah, ok Dean. You have no chance of beating me then... I'm like the best." Jo laughed at Dean who just rolled his eyes.

"Shit, it's been two funkin' games. And you've beat me both times." Dean complained when he watched Jo get yet another strike.

"Yeah Dean. The correct term is destroyed, and by the way I'm going easy on you." Jo said as she handed him a bowling ball.

"But this time... I'll win." Dean said confidently.

"Oh Dean, give up will you? I'm beating you by twenty-five points," Jo told him.

"So I've just had a bad start, doesn't mean I can't win..." Dean bowled a spare.

"Dean, the last time someone beat me was in high school..." Jo took the bowling ball that Dean handed her. "Thanks." Jo bowled another strike."See Dean, I wasn't lying when I told you I always win, cause I ...always... win." She smirked and crossed her arms and watched Dean bowl another spare. "Good try..." Jo teased Dean.

"Don't be so cocky Jo. It's not attractive on you." Dean replied. Jo glared at him as she went up and bowled her third strike in a row, a turkey. Both of them stared at the screen as it began flashing, and they weren't the only ones who saw it. The people around them became aware of the fact that Jo had gotten a turkey, and everyone began applauding for her. Jo bowed a couple of times and couldn't stop laughing. Dean muttered in her ear saying that he needed to take a quick leak.

Dean returned from the bathroom, and could see that Jo was talking to one of the college guys playing in the lane next to them. She looked really happy, smiling as if she was the happiest in the world, and her eyes glistening. He watched from a safe distance, from where he could overhear their conversation.

"Well, what can I say? I'm just an amazing bowler..." Jo bragged to the guy.

The guy smiled at her. "What about you and your friend your game, and then you play against me." He grinned at Jo.

"What? Do you wanna get destroyed by me too?"

"No, of course not. If I win, I'll buy you a couple of drinks. But if you win..." He waited for Jo to finish the rest of the sentence.

Jo hesitated. "Umm, actually, I kinda promised my friend that we'd get drinks.. So I'm gonna have to decline..." Jo explained.

'Oh, is this friend... more than just a friend?" The guy asked curiously.

"I don't know... I mean no. I'm not really his type." Jo replied with a fake smile.

"Oh don't be so sure about that..." The guy laughed.

"What? Oh no! He kinda thinks of me more of like a... like a schoolgirl." Jo frowned. She didn't know why she was telling this random guy about her problems.

"What, did he tell you that himself?" The guys sounded curious. Jo shook her head instead of speaking.. "Well then, whoever did tell you was lying.. cause its obvious, well to me anyway, the way he looks at you. I'm no expert, but I could tell you that he does have a thing for you." He said looking behind Jo and spotting Dean. He nodded to Jo, and put his hands in his pockets and turned and went back to his group of friends.

"Is it my turn?" Dean asked, pretending that he hadn't heard any of their conversation.

"Umm, yeah. Kinda why your name is like flashing on the screen." Jo laughed nervously. She wasn't sure how much of her conversation with the guy that Dean had heard, but she was glad that Dean was pretending that he hadn't anything.

"Oh, is that why it was flashing? I just thought it was cause I was special." Dean smirked.

"Oh yeah, definitely," Jo said sarcastically.

Jo was chugging down her beer. She knew she was wasted, but at the moment she didn't really care. Dean was watching her intently as he put his beer down.

"Dean..." Her voice was slurred. "Why aren't you drinking?" She asked shrugging her shoulders.

"Cause someone needs to drive your drunk ass back to the motel... come on, I think you've had enough or one night. Let's go." Dean urged. "Krissy and Sam are probably wondering about us."

"Oh, Krissy... She's always like that. She worries too much sometimes... Like I'll be out for a couple of hours, and she'll be freaking out... But you gotta love her, you know?"

"Yeah, sure. Let's get going Jo."

"Noooo..." Jo complained as she took another sip of her beer.

"Ok Jo, here's the deal. I do not want you puking all over the backseat of my car, so no more, okay?" Dean asked as he took her hand and began walking towards the exit.

"No, Dean. Wait." Jo froze.


"Listen..." Jo told him.

"I... don't know what..." Dean didn't understand what she was referring to.

"It's my song," Jo laughed out. Jo pulled Dean to the part of the bar with the fewest people and began to sing along.

"Cause I can't fight this feeling anymore.

I've forgotten what I started fighting for.
And if I have to crawl upon the floor,
Come crashing through your door,
Baby, I can't fight this feeling anymore.

And even as I wander,
I'm keeping you in sight.
You're a candle in the wind,
On a cold, dark winter's night.
And I'm getting closer than I ever thought I might.

And I can't fight this feeling anymore.
I've forgotten what I started fighting for.
It's time to bring this ship into the shore,
And throw away the oars, forever.

Cause I can't fight this feeling anymore.
I've forgotten what I started fighting for.
And if I have to crawl upon the floor,
Come crashing through your door,
Baby, I can't fight this feeling anymore."

"Ok Jo, we're here, ok?" Dean opened the door the car and helped her step out of the car.

"Here where?" Jo asked confused.

"At the motel..." Dean rolled his eyes.

"Ok, thanks for dropping me off." Jo waved to Dean as she started walking backwards.

"Jo watch out." Dean screamed out as he pulled her back just in time so the car passing by didn't hit her.

Jo pushed Dean's hands off her waist and faced him. "Dean... I know that you don't like me, like that. Sooo, take your hands off my waist." Jo told him as she clutched his arms.

"What are you about Jo?" Dean questioned.

"Oh nothing..." Jo giggled like a little girl.

"Jo, I think that... Ummm..." Dean raised his eyebrow at her.

"Shh" Jo put her finger on his mouth. Dean just stared at her, trying to understand what Jo was trying to do. It became clear when she got on her tippie-toes and kissed him on the lips.

Dean didn't know what to do. He pushed Jo away because he didn't want to be taking advantage of a drunk Jo. He knew that if she remembered tomarow, that she would regret it. "Jo, I don't think that..."

"Oh, ok. Bye Dean." Jo faked a smile and began walking.

Dean knew how messed up Jo was at the minute, so he caught up to her. "Jo, I'm not going anywhere, remember?" Dean chuckled.

"Oh right, stupid me." Jo hit herself on the head. "Oww, that hurt." Jo giggled. Dean hesitantly took her hand and helped guide her to their room. He left her in the room while he went to his own room to fetch Krissy.

Finally, I updated... I wonder if you guys stopped reading it, lol. So happy for the new episodes of Spn. First one, didn't like it that much, but the second one made up for it. hahaha

Review please... Maybe i f I got more, I'd be inspired to update more often. idk, I know, I'm being like a lil pathetic.

But loves for now, people : - )