Disclaimer: Once again, I do not own Supernatural.
Sam arrived at the Diner and walked inside to see if Jennifer was ready. He saw her sitting at one of the tables speaking with a sheriff's deputy. She looked up at Sam as he approached, smiled and stood up. She had changed from her waitress uniform into a tight pair of blue jeans that hugged her hips, but dipped slightly in front to reveal her firm stomach and perfect belly button. Her lacy white shirt was low cut threatening to release the treasures it secured. Her hair was down and she pushed it out of her face as she spoke. "Sam, I'd like you to meet my uncle Tommy," she said introducing them. "Uncle Tommy this is Sam."
"Just Sam?" her uncle asked as he stood and looked at him.
Sam gave a nervous grin and replied, "Winchester, Sam Winchester. It's nice to meet you sir."
As they shook hands Sam sized the man up. Uncle Tommy was slightly taller then Sam, but he was built like Dean. The man practically oozed power. Sam decided he would not want to get on the wrong side of this man.
"Sam, I'll be right back, I'm just going to get my purse then we can leave."
Sam watched her go, not realizing he was staring at her swaying hips the entire time. He was lost in thought for a few seconds as he recalled watching Jessica's hips sway the exact same way. He was so distracted by his memories that almost didn't hear Jennifer's uncle when he spoke.
"Sam, I'd like to know what your intentions are towards my niece."
Sam looked at the deputy, who was frowning at him. "Excuse me?" He asked.
"I said, what are your intentions towards my niece?"
"Sir, I'm going to take her to diner."
"And after diner what are your intentions?" Uncle Tommy demanded.
"Sir, my only intention is to take her to diner. I just want to enjoydiner and a pleanst conversationwithher," he replied.
"Yeah right, she's a pretty girl and all you're thinking about is taking her to diner?"
"No sir," Sam said. He was beginning to loose his patients with this guy. He was worse then Dean. He actually thought all Sam was after was a one night stand and it pissed him off. Royally.
"I knew it. You tourists are all the same…" he started, but Sam interrupted him.
He stepped closer to the deputy and looked him in the eyes his anger causing him to disregard his earlier thoughts about the strength of the man. "You misunderstood me sir. What I meant to say she is not a pretty girl!" he said fiercely. The startled frown that came over the deputies' face was quickly replaced by surprise when Sam continued. "She is one of the most beautiful girls I've ever met and I'd like to get to know her a little better. That is if you don't have a problem with that."
Sam never saw Jennifer come up behind him. He never saw the look of hurt on her face when he said she was not pretty and he didn't see it very quickly replaced with happiness when he finished his tirade. In fact, he didn't realize she was there until she stepped between him and her uncle her hands on her hips. "Uncle Tommy! Not again, you promised."
Putting up his hands in surrender the deputy said, "I'm sorry honey. I know I promised, but I'm just trying to look out for you. I don't want you to get hurt again."
"I know, but you can't keep doing this Uncle Tommy. I think I'm old enough to decide who I want to go out with all by myself. Now I think you owe Sam an apology."
While Jennifer was letting her uncle have it, Sam had the time to let his temper cool down. When she demanded her uncle apologize to him Sam said, "No he doesn't." Both Jennifer and her uncle turned to look at Sam. "Jennifer, he was only trying to protect you and that is something I completely understand. No apology is necessary."
"Actually, it is," said the deputy softening just a bit. "I was rude and made an assumption that may have been way out of line. It is possible that I may even havebeen wrong."
"Thank you," Sam said once again shaking the man's hand.
"You take care of her. She's a very special girl."
"Yes she is," Sam replied nodding.
Rolling her eyes at them Jennifer said, "If you two Neanderthals are done beating your chests, I'm ready to leave Sam."
Sam smiled at her as the left the diner, "Neanderthal?" he said, "Don't repeat that anywhere near my brother. He'd never stop laughing."