Sam and Dean had gone to the cafeteria of the hospital to get a quick bite, before they returned to Cas.
In the meantime Cas had time to regret his words. He wished he hadn’t sent Meg away, he wished he hadn’t aliyopewa permission to get rid of the necklace, he wished he could pull out all threads on his body, so they’d stop making him crazy.
“Do I look like a genie to you?”
Cas looked up. “Who are you?”
“I think wewe know that” the girl alisema secretive. “Let me give wewe a hint. Your girlfriend Meg once gave me a cassette tape. She told me to play it on your wedding day. And then everyone could hear how Meg gave wewe a blowjob”
Cas widened his eyes. That was impossible!
“Hello, uncle Cas” Alexia greeted him.
“How did you? I mean, last time…” Cas stammered surprised.
“Yeah, well, they needed me and so they made me a few years older” Alexia explained.
“They?” Cas asked confused.
“Yeah, they. Up there. Your former bosses” Alexia answered. “Either way, with my parents gone and aunty Daphne being killed, they figured someone had to take care of me. And they needed me now, not in ten years”
“Why? What business do wewe have with them?” Cas wanted to know now.
Alexia didn’t answer right away, as she was looking for a way to tell him.
“Remember when I alisema I knew you’re a good person? And at the court, when I alisema wewe were an angel?”
“Those where things I knew kwa looking inside your heart” Alexia continued. “It’s one of my abilities as a prophet”
“You’re a prophet?” Cas exclaimed.
“You shouldn’t be able to react like that” Alexia noted. “You shouldn’t even be able to talk”
She’s on to something, Cas thought hopeful, please, keep guessing.
“You need to get of the medication” Alexia realized and she pulled all threads out of Cas’ body.
“What did wewe do that for?” Cas asked angry. “How am I supposed to get better now?”
“You’ll get better if wewe stay away from the meds” Alexia promised, before she disappeared.