"You need my consent!" Sam protests. "I will kill myself before I let you in!" "I'll just bring you back," Lucifer shrugs before sighing, "Oh, Sam. My heart breaks for you -- the weight on your shoulders? What you've done, and what you still have to do? It is more than anyone could bear. If there was some other way...." Lucifer trails off, finally shaking his head, "But there isn't." And now he steps even closer as he makes this promise: "I will never lie to you, and I will never trick you, but you will say yes to me." "You're wrong!" Sam insists. "I'm not," Lucifer smiles. "I think I know you better than you know yourself." It all finally becomes too much for poor Sammy, and his voice breaks a bit as he near-weeps, "Why me?" "Because it had to be you, Sam. It always had to be you." Sam drops his eyes to cry, and when he lifts them again, his infernally angelic new boyfriend is gone. God, men suck.
Next week, Zachariah blasts Dashing El Deano five years into the future, where President Sarah Palin is the least of the world's problems. Hopefully, my faithful recapping companion will make it through the episode without stewing himself. "[BRRRAAAAAAAP!]" See you then!
Demian's snickering at your pathetic daddy issues. Raoul would offer you loving words of kind consolation, but he's passed out on his overstuffed armchair. "[Hic!]" You may reach the former at email@example.com. The latter is an imaginary gay dragon currently under house arrest on the Internet.