Inside, he's greeted by Steve, all decked out in a white suit, complete with a murse. Steve recommends that Sam "ask about Cancun," then disappears as JBL barges in. Sam insists he saw Steve, but JBL is too busy throwing himself into a tizzy about lumber (yeah, I don't know either...). They head over to the worksite, where JBL loopily lumbers around until he finds Marlena.
They head into her car for privacy, and she apologizes for kissing him. He tells her about the odd side effect, so she admits that she's a Succubus. This means that, every time they kiss, it shaves a year off his life. He tries to see the silver lining that it's probably the later, crappier years, but they resolve that it should never happen again. Then they renege and decide to hook up just once a year, starting with New Year's Eve. When they realize New Year's is seven months away, they look a little dispirited.
Elsewhere, Sam tells Tony about seeing Steve. Tony's pissed that Steve appeared to Sam instead of him. Sam wonders if Steve got back into Heaven, but Tony insists God's forgiveness doesn't cover demons. He apologizes for being gruff and walks off, but Sam reveals he leaked their plan to WiseGuy. Tony admits the demons have been lying to Sam to protect him and ominously assures him that "things are going exactly as planned." JBL comes back lugging a wooden beam that must weigh several hundred pounds. So much for New Year's...
The Stooges pull up to the Fortune Teller's place, and JBL is wired like a kid on Pixy Stix. The sexy psychic comes out and invites them in one at a time. Sam goes in first. She doles out his Tarot cards. First card: The Emperor, symbolizing conflict with his father. Second: The Ace of Swords, which usually means integrity but is inverted, signifying deceit. She says a lie has come between Sam and his father. Sam asks what kind of lie, so she flips over the next card: Death. It's also inverted, so the lie is about his birth. Next card: The Devil -- He obscures the truth between Sam and his father. Sam asks what the truth is, so she flips over the next card: The Devil again. She gets a perplexed look on her face, and even Sam realizes there shouldn't be more then one Devil in the deck. She keeps flipping them over, and they're all Devils. He asks her what it means, and she says she's on to him, then flips over one last card: The Hanged Man. Sam clutches his throat as his body is yanked upward. Commercials.