An old woman stands on her lawn looking up when she is suddenly struck by a meteorite. Olaf suddenly sits up in bed and groans. The next day, Olaf shows the rest of the Johnsons the story in the paper about the death of the woman and as the brothers joke, Olaf tells them that it's a sign of Frigg. The Goddesses see the story and Ingrid tells them that this is a sign. Apparently the woman's last name is Hensen and there were Hensens on board the ship that brought the Gods to New Zealand. Anders believes that the sign is telling them to go there and that they must go to the funeral to figure out what the sign means. The Goddesses decide the same but when Stacey says taking anymore time off work is going to cost her her job, Agnetha is not impressed but agrees to send Michelle and Ingrid in her staid. Mike and Ty both agree to stay home.
At the office, Anders tells Dawn to reschedule his meetings and to tidy his apartment. Dawn is not impressed and tries to stop him from going but he breezes out, not listening to a word that she has to say.
Axel, Anders and Olaf head off in the car with Olaf saying that back in the day they would have tripped out on mushrooms before going into battle. Olaf is always about his drugs.
When Dawn walks into Anders apartment, it's absolutely disgusting and the fridge is on the fritz with everything rotting and draining on the floor. She calls Ty to fix it and runs out to try on a bridesmaid dress.
When the Johnsons arrive at the funeral, they stand back and check out the women. The Goddesses and the Johnsons see each other at the same time. When Ingrid sees Axel, she remarks,"I thought he would be more Godly." She does have a point as it is hard to take Axel seriously as Odin because they give him few ass kicking moments and he constantly wears skinny jeans which do nothing for him. The Goddess march over to the Johnsons and Anders and Michell start verbal sparring immediately. The sexual tension between them is great but I didn't not appreciate Anders using Michelle's bisexuality and her gender against her. Yes, another moment of sexism on The Almighty Johnsons. Ingrid and Olaf hit it off and she admits that they are there to find Frigg.
When Dawn returns, Ty tells her that it would be cheaper for Anders to buy a new fridge than to fix it. When she says she feels awful, Ty points out that it is not her responsibility and that they should drink Anders beer before it got warm.
During the funeral, Anders asks Axel if he is getting anything from Angelicka, the grandmother of the deceased. When she cries, Anders sees it as a sign until a bearded man goes up to comfort her catches their attention. Anders asks why the man is so important but he says it's all cloudy. Anders asks about Angelicka and Olaf says she is not important but Anders feels that she is the one. The Johnsons and the Goddess go to talk to her and she invites them to the farm for the wake.
At Anders, Dawn admits talks about the upcoming wedding and says that she loves the idea of a man and a woman, or two men and two women loving each other enough to publicly declare their love. Considering the GLBT fails on The Almighty Johnsons to date this feels forced. They could do so much more with good representation than lines of support. It rings false after having Anders attack Michelle for her bisexuality earlier in the episode. Ty makes a crack about Dawn always being a bridesmaid and she says she has to head back to the office.
Ty goes to see Mike and asks how many female friends that he has. Mike says 4 or 5 and Ty asks how many are actually his friend and how many are Valarie's friends that he just happens to get along with. Ty says that he has 19 female friends who call him and have coffee with him. Mike suggests that maybe he is just one of those men who gets along with women. Ty says that he has either tried to sleep with or has slept with all of those women and they are still friends with him because he is a great guy. Ty asks what happens if Axel actually finds Frigg and they become full Gods. Since Ty is Höðr, God of all things cold and dark, he believes that things won't get any easier with women. I have to admit that Ty has a point with this one. Mike suggests that he not think about it and live in the here and now. Ty says that he doesn't want 20 female friends and so Mike tells him to do something about it.
At the farm they notice a large man with his arm around Angelicka, but Anders says that he will deal with him. When Axel points out that they need to figure out what's up with big man barbecuing the meat, he says that he will deal with that as well. The man is hammering away at the meat and Ingrid approaches Olaf and says, "if what we're thinking is right, this could end very badly." Olaf approaches him asks if he is Thor and the man asks if he knows them.
Ingrid and Olaf steal Anders, Axel and Michelle away from Angelicka and her boyfriend to tell them that the big man is Thor, the God of war. Anders is not concerned because Axel is Odin but Olaf says, "the thing about Thor is that usually, he's barking mad." Anders says that they can deal with it. Thor approaches them with a meat hammer and they introduce themselves to him. When Axel says that he is Odin, Thor laughs until Olaf says, "seriously he is." Thor then gets down on one knee.
At Anders apartment Ty cooks dinner for Dawn, saying that he didn't want the food to go to waste. Dawn points out that when she looked in Anders freezer that there was nothing but vodka and Ty says that the food was behind the vodka. He asks to see the bridesmaid dress and Dawn says that she will see how good his cooking is first. Considering that Ty can't taste anything, I don't see how his cooking could possibly be good.
At the picnic table the Gods gather around to talk about the prophesy. When Anders asks about Angelicka, Thor tells them that she is not Frigg. Thor says that he is adopted and that he found out that he was a God from a guy in prison, though he claims that he is not barking mad. Thor says that they are after his daughter and they turn to see Delphine.