"Sammy! Hey! How are you? You're looking good! Hey, where's Dean?" Gabriel said in rapid fire succession. "Don't call me Sammy. Dean's stuck in Purgatory, and so is Cas." Sam replied solemnly. "What?!" Meg exclaimed in horror. "Yeah, what? How did they manage that?" Gabriel asked, only slightly perturbed. "They were standing too close to the head Leviathan when it exploded." There was a beat of stunned silence, and then Gabriel burst out laughing. Sam and Meg looked at him as he doubled over in laughter, slapping his thigh so utterly amused that Meg and Sam shot annoyed glares at him. "What's so funny?" Meg asked tersely. "I'm sorry!" Gabriel gasped his voice barely audible. He went into another fit of laughter, tears ran down his face. The atmosphere started to get tense and frosty. Finally Gabriel got control of himself. "I'm sorry; it's just that you Winchesters always have the worst luck, you try to fix one problem, and then by fixing that problem cause an even bigger problem! And it keeps snowballing, 'til it kills you, and then somebody brings you back, and then it continues, and then you start dragging others into it with you, and then they die, but only they don't come back!" Sam got very quiet and hung his head in sorrow. Meg raised an eyebrow in surprise. "Oh God, don't do that! Now I feel like I've just kicked a puppy!" Gabriel said, throwing his hands up in exasperation. Meg snickered at the accuracy of Gabriel's statement. "You're right," Sam admitted in a small hurt voice, "It's all our fault. We keep getting the people around us killed." Sam looked like he was going to start crying any second.
"Ok! I can't take it anymore! Enough moping, let's figure out how we're going to rescue Castiel and Dean!" Meg burst out. "All this angst is making me want to throw up!" Suddenly Meg's face went from annoyance to alarm and she ran into the bathroom so fast that she left the door open. Sam and Gabriel rush in after her to see what was wrong. But they stopped short at the sight of her kneeling over the toilet, vomiting. "What's wrong? Why is she puking?" Sam asked Gabriel in alarm. Gabriel, who looked thoroughly grossed out, replied, "She's pregnant." The only thing funnier than the dumbstruck look on Sam's face was Meg, who casually commented, "You know what would be really good right now, some orange chicken." Both males wore identical looks of squeamish incredulity. "Well? Are you guy going to get me some or are just going to stand there like morons?" Meg snapped in annoyance. The two of them jumped into action. "I'll go, it'll be faster!" Gabriel volunteered. "Wait!" Sam said, "If she's pregnant then demons and angels will be coming after her, and you'll need to be here to protect her, and I can go out and come back without raising any suspicions!" Sam countered smugly. "Touché." Gabriel said in a surly tone. "Yes!" Sam exclaimed under his breath, pulling his fist back at his side in a triumphant gesture. "Don't push it, Sasquatch!" Gabriel snapped testily. Sam smirked and left quickly. "Great, I get stuck babysitting the pregnant demon!" Gabriel grumbled quietly, though, not quietly enough because Meg shot him a death glare.
Meg rinsed her mouth out in the sink and walked back in the bedroom. "So, how are we going to find Cas and Dean?" Meg asked Gabriel. He sighed, sitting down on the edge of the bed with a thoughtful look on his face. "Well, we already know that they're in Purgatory," he began, "But we don't know where in Purgatory." Meg cut in. "So now all we have to do is find out where in Purgatory, and how to get them out." Gabriel finished before Meg could cut in again. "So?" Meg demanded. "So, what? Do I look like a genius? Because last I knew I only looked handsome!" Meg rolled her eyes and bit back a nasty comment about what she thought of his looks. "Well, you are an Archangel aren't you?! Don't you have some big amazing mojo you can do?" He smirked, "So they tell me. But what does that have to do what we're talking about?" She threw him a dirty look that turned his smirk into a smug grin. Meg scoffed in distain. "That's not what I meant and you know it." Gabriel held his arms up in defense. "Hey you're the one talking about big amazing mojo; a guy can't help it if he jumps to conclusions!" Meg continued to glare at him. Gabriel dropped his arms in defeat. "Ok, you win, I don't have the kind of power to even find Purgatory, let alone open it and pull two people out! And even if I did, I wouldn't know where to start or what to do…" Gabriel trailed off in a sudden realization. Meg saw the look, her hopes rising. "What?" She demanded impatiently. "But I may know someone who might…" He said mysteriously. "Who?" Meg asked. Gabriel didn't reply. "Who?!" She insisted, louder than before. "WHO?!" She yelled when he still didn't respond. "Hold on I'm thinking!" He snapped distractedly. Meg huffed impatiently, crossing her arms over her chest and tapping her foot.
Suddenly Gabriel jumped up and grabbed her shoulder and then they were in a hospital. Meg looked around in confusion, and noticed Gabriel was nowhere to be found. Then she spotted Sam just as he appeared out of thin air. She rushed over to him, "Sam! What's going on?" Sam took one look around and groaned. "Oh, no!" Sam had a pained look on his face. "What? Where are we?" Sam sighed, "We're in…"He pinched the bridge of his nose. "A soap opera." Meg couldn't believe her ears. "A soap opera?! What the hell are we doing in a soap opera?" Sam looked annoyed. "I wish I knew!" Meg growled in frustration. "What the hell was he thinking?!" Sam looked at her sympathetically. "He was thinking," said Gabriel, showing up out of nowhere, "That I'd go have a little chat with dear old Death over dinner." Meg whirled around to face him. "Yeah, great you enjoy you're little 'dinner' with Death. But why do we have to be stuck in a soap opera while you do it?!" She said rudely. "To keep you safe! Isn't that what you want, or am I mistaken?" Gabriel snapped angrily, the lights started flickering as a result of his anger. "How is sticking me in a soap opera going to keep me safe?!" She said, just as foul tempered. "Don't you get it?! I made this place! Only I know you're here, and only I know how to get here!" He yelled. All the lights in the room exploded because of his temper. "OK!" Sam yelled. "That's enough! Both of you! Meg, calm down, he's only trying to help. Gabriel, next time maybe just let us knows first, you know, just so we understand." Sam held up his hands in a gesture of peace.
Meg and Gabriel continued to glare at each other, and for a tense moment he was afraid they were going to go at it again. Meg relented and sighed, "Fine. Ok, just whatever, I need something to eat." Gabriel relaxed visibly. "I got you some food." He offered Meg the styrofoam box; she snatched it away and started tearing into it like she hadn't eaten in days. Which was probably true. Gabriel smiled in amusement. Sam studied Gabriel who was watching Meg with a sad distant smile on his face, as if reliving a fond memory. Sam made a mental note to ask him about that later. "So, what happened with Death, did you get to meet him yet or what?" Meg asked through a mouth full of food. Gabriel blinked and said, "Uh, yeah he was very helpful. He gave me the name of someone who could help us. He said this guy's in Australia though, so we've got our work cut out for us." Sam was confused. "Why?" Gabriel rolled his eyes at Sam. "Because he didn't know where in Australia. Apparently who ever this guy is he's pretty damn powerful if even Death can't find him." Sam looked thoughtful. "Hmm…" Meg and Gabriel looked at him. "What?" Gabriel asked. "Well, a while back, Dean and I found this kid Jesse in Kansas who turned out to be the Anti-Christ. He disappeared after we told him who he was." Gabriel looked at Sam in disbelief. "The Anti-Christ? We're going looking for the Anti-Christ?!" Sam look annoyed. "He was just a kid; he was a good kid too actually. He disappeared to keep his parents safe." Meg finished eating and decided to move things along. "Ok, great so we're going to see the Anti-Christ! Let's get a move on it!" That seemed to do the trick because Gabriel grabbed her and Sam by the arm and they disappeared.