This episode opens where episode nine ended. Gaia, Bryn and Axl are at the beach and Gaia is laughing about being told that she is Frigg. She is not taking the revelation seriously and says that Axl does not look like a God. Axl asks her if she is still stoned and Gaia says yes, before jumping into the ocean laughing. The three head back to Axl’s, and Axl tells Gaia that the house is a disaster because of the giant who came there to kill her. Bryn tells Gaia this is the result Eggthér and that he won’t stop because he is the one that the terminator is based on. Gaia gets frustrated and replies that she is not a goddess, Axl is not Óðinn and Bryn is not a giant because giants don’t exist. Derek walks through the door and Axl introduces him and reveals that he is also Thor. Derek asks why he can smell pie, and Axl says, “that would be Bryn.” Derek reaches into his back pocket and pulls out a hammer. Axl has to convince Derrek not to kill Bryn and says that Brynn is a special giant. When Gaia asks to talk to him, Axl has to warn Derrek not to touch Bryn.
Outside, Gaia says that what is going on is not funny and once again asserts that there are no such things as Norse Gods. Axl again says that this is not funny because it’s true. Axl says that this explains everything which has happened between the two of them and asserts that when he dumped her and couldn’t explain, it was because of a Frigg alarm and then rambles on about what happened between Hel and Höðr. Gaia says that she just wants to get out of the wet clothes and Axl decides to wait outside.
When Axl returns, Thor has Bryn pressed up against the wall threatening him with a hammer. Thor want to give Bryn one tap to let him know who is in charge. Axl stops him saying that they need to work together to rescue Zeb. When he says that Zeb is a friend of Óðinn, to explain the nature of Zeb’s importance, Thor replies, “oh, you’re that kind of Óðinn,” which Axl quickly denies. Just wow, of course Axl must be gay because no straight man loves or cares about another man who is not somehow related. As this is going on, Gaia sneaks out the window.
At the bar, Anders asks Ty if he knows “that chick,” and Ty responds, “her name is Helen.” Anders then wants to know if Helen is always so forward and we get a flashback to Helen coming downstairs and meeting Anders. He says the first time he saw her “it was like my dick was trying to drill out of my trousers and right into her. I was ready to nail her right there and then, whether or not she wanted to or not, but let me tell you Ty, she wanted it, Lord she wanted it.” Right, so it’s okay to imply that Helen is a slut but of course no recriminations can go to Anders about his desires. This is a case of good girls don’t have sex and of course Anders has no problem bragging to Ty about leaving her nearly unconscious with pleasure on the bathroom floor. It’s not until Anders says that he is Ty’s brother that Anders learns that Helen is Iðunn. Anders introduces himself as Bragi and quips that they are meant to be together because they were together in Asgard. It turns out that Iðunn quit her job before joining them at the table, because apparently the Johnson brothers seem like more fun. This is horrible because considering the history between Iðunn and Bragi, she has just made herself completely vulnerable.
At the bar, Michele, Ingrid and Stacey have cornered Olaf to find out if Gaia is Frigg or not. Olaf tries to beg off. Stacey says they know she is becoming a goddess and want to know if she is Frigg. Mike says it wouldn’t be fair if they knew before Gaia did. Gaia shows up and asks to see Mike, bringing the conversation to an end. As they leave, Ingrid says, “she’s not exactly a very Norse, Norse goddess is she,” referring to the fact that the actress who plays Gaia is Maori.
Alone, Gaia tells Mike that everyone has gone to crazy town and are not coming back and Mike asks if this in reference to Norse gods. Mike tells her that people believe it because it’s true and that she is probably feeling like she is the last sane person on earth. He admits that he is Ullr and says though it’s hard to believe, Axl is Óðinn and the prophesy says that she will join their ranks very soon. Mike says that he is not the best person to explain this and asks her to follow him. The two go back downstairs and Mike tells the goddesses that Gaia is having a little difficulty coming to terms with her new situation. Mike introduces Stacey, Michele, and Ingrid as, Fulla, Sjöfn and Snotra and promises that since they are goddesses, they will help her through the transition. The goddesses tell Gaia that they will take her somewhere quiet to talk.