Straight Outta the Cage

Chapter 10

P.O.V Of Sam

I'm going to start out by saying I'll be honest, I wasn't sure how this was going to go at first. Being out with the devil, who had once been inside me. Damn that sounded very wrong... YOU KNOW WHAT I REALLY MEAN! This guy had been in my head... we'd once been one. He knew all my secrets, I couldn't hide anything from him. Lucifer knew things about me that my own brother didn't know. It was so strange... So at first, it was uncomfortable being alone with him. It was the type of uncomfortable that I felt being alone with Dean and Cas. Everyone knew the two of them were in love with each other... except them. So being alone with them and watching them steal glances at each other was always like we were trying to hide the huge elephant in the room, without any luck. But let's get off that topic before I start thinking about what the two of them do alone.

Lucifer and I went to a supermarket.

"What happened to getting a milkshake?" I asked him as we walked in.

"You thought I wanted gross fast food milkshakes. Oh Hell no." Lucifer emphasized Hell, making me snort and roll my eyes.

"Okay... well I know how you feel. But how else do you expect to buy a cheap, premade milkshake?" Lucifer shrugged and grabbed a cart. I snorted louder this time. He looked at me with narrowed eyes.

"What?"

"Nothing." I said quickly. Lucifer grumbled something quietly to himself and began pushing the cart around, looking at the vegetables as we passed the produce section. He went over and picked up a decent sized head of lettuce and examined it thoroughly. This is where I lost it, my laughter uncontrollable. I couldn't help it! Let's see you watch Lucifer go grocery shopping! It's ridiculously funny. I looked up from the floor, which is where I looked to try and hide the fact I was laughing. That and if I looked at Lucifer it would just make me laugh harder. But when I looked back up, I was met by the vicious glare from the fallen angel.

"WHAT?!" He snapped.

"I just... I can't." I got out between laughs and breaths. I was laughing that hard, yes.

"Can't what?"

"I can't take you seriously. You're shopping."

"I don't really know how to do it... I could actually use your help. You do it." Lucifer grumbled again and shoved the cart at me. I finally was able to stop laughing long enough to take the cart and start putting items in it.

Twenty minutes later we were leaving with plastic bags in hand. I'd found Lucifer a special frozen fruit concoction that when you added milk to it, became a milkshake. He had whined for almost ten minutes about it not going to taste the same. I didn't remember how much of a child he was.

"Okay well we should be getting back to Adam, Samandriel, and Gabriel. Do your thing Lucifer." I told him. He grabbed my hand and looked at me.

"You think Cas and Dean are doing okay?"

"What's that mean?" I questioned.

"Michael's going to be looking for your brother. He still needs Dean as a vessel."

"Well he's not going to get him." I growled. The look Lucifer gave me seemed to go down into my heart.

"You and I both know that no one can fight fate... I... I'm going to have to fight my brother."

P.O.V Of Dean

Cas and I got to the bunker and I ran to the Impala.

"Baby! I'm so sorry! I'll never leave you behind again." I said, rubbing the hood. I got into the driver's seat and Cas got in the passenger's side.

"Do you know the way Dean?" he asked. I turned the car on.

"I'll find it." I told him, kicking it into drive. I pulled away from the bunker and turned to go onto the highway.

We drove for several hours until we saw a sign.

"Ha. See Cas, Pennsylvania! We'll be there in no time."

"Okay Dean." Cas replied. We drove through lonely looking back roads. I was about to turn left, but the wheel wouldn't comply. I struggled with it for a few seconds.

"What the Hell?"

"What's wrong Dean?"

"I don't know, it's not-" I stopped when the wheel jerked right. My heart began pounding and I reached over to grab Cas's shoulder.

"CAS!" The car spun off the road and hit a tree. I looked up, stunned and barely conscious. A tall figure stood by my window.

"Let me help you. Just say yes. Do you need help?" it said. In my daze the only part that registered was: "Do you need help?" I was about to say yes, but I heard a voice that sounded distant.

"Dean NO!" I felt a hand clamp over my mouth and I looked over into the blue eyes of Cas. He disappeared and I looked back over to the figure outside my window. But Cas was there and pulled the man away. I watched in awe and confusion as the two fought. The last thing I saw was the man disappearing and I gave into hazy darkness.


When I woke up there was a hand on my chest. I sat up, groaning. Cas was crouched over me and I was in the grass beside my wreck of a car.

"NO! BABY! I'm so sorry." I howled.

"Dean! You must be serious." As Cas said this I was already turning to face him. I grabbed him by the shirt.

"What the Hell happened Cas?!"

"Michael. I believe he was causing problems with the car's wheel to make us crash. He tried to get you to say yes to him while you were weak and didn't understand what was going on." Cas explained. My grip loosened on his collar.

"You saved me." I said.

"Of course I did Dean. It's my job."

"No. Your job is to not go against your brothers. Michael must be pissed."

"He was. He said he wasn't through with any of us. But I hurt him enough to send him away for now."

It was then I realized how close our faces were. I felt my heart rate pick up yet again like it always did when I was so close to Cas.

"Dean...?" Cas questioned. I didn't respond, but put my hand on his cheek. Before I could hesitate, I pulled him into a very passionate kiss.

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