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Gabriel, Interrupted 14/?

Title: Gabriel, Interrupted
Rating: PG-13 for language
Genre and/or Pairing: Gen, no pairings
Spoilers: Spoilers through Hammer of the Gods, AU after that
Characters: Gabriel, OCs
Word Count: 2466, this part
Summary:When Lucifer stabbed Gabriel, he didn't die. He ended up in a different dimension. One in which he has all of his memories, but none of his powers. A dimension where people think he is crazy and needs psychiatric help. A dimension where Supernatural is just a TV show.
Disclaimer: I do not own Supernatural or any of its characters.

A/N: Okay, so I thought this would be this last chapter, but I was wrong. We are not there yet. Maybe next time?

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“Ca-Cas...Bro,” Gabriel stammered as he looked into the other man’s face while righting himself. “You really are here.”

 “Castiel. My name is Castiel,” the angel stated, slightly irritated. “And I am not your ‘Bro’. I just took on this appearance because Michael said it would be familiar to you. I suppose, however, we might be considered distant relatives.”

 “Michael is here, too?” Gabriel asked. “Just for me? I didn’t know he cared. Didn’t know any of you cared for all the attention you’ve paid me.”

 “You’re an archangel from another dimension that showed up here,” Castiel said. “Your arrival has created quite a stir, as well as some…complications. Of course we care. We just had to be careful  not to show ourselves, so that others would not notice.”

“Notice… who is there to notice? If you and Mikey are here, why that would only leave…” Gabriel stopped mid sentence, paling. “Oh dear Dad, no. Not him…not the great big bag of dicks responsible for sending me here. He knows I am here? That’s worse than the FBI investigating my fake ID.”

Castiel sighed. “Not that Lucifer, but the one that belongs here in our world. He knows that we are hiding someone from another dimension, and he is fast at work trying to figure out who, and why. And he and one of his demons, Meg, are the FBI investigators working on the fake identification case. Michael has been working to keep Lucifer at bay, so that we could get you home today.”

“Wait? I’m going home, today?” Gabriel asked, only slightly surprised, more at the timing than anything else. Suddenly, Tillie telling him goodbye when she thought he couldn’t hear her made more sense than it did before. He wondered how she knew when he only suspected. “Well then take me back to the group home! It’s not like I have packing or anything to do, but I at least need to tell Tillie. If Luci & his annoying little minion are investigating me, then Tillie deserves a heads up. She also deserves someone better than a guard dog protecting her!”

 “You will get no closer than the front yard of the group home today. And even then, that will be under my protection. It is too risky with everything else going on,” Castiel explained. “Tillie is well protected. Besides, before we send you anywhere, I need you to explain to me why a Hindu goddess came to visit you last night.”

Gabriel shoved his hands in pockets, shuffled his feet and refused to meet Castiel’s piercing eyes.




Tillie looked up at Michael, who nodded. It was better to have this take place in the house than out on the porch, or in the yard where the neighbors could see. So Tillie opened the door and stepped back, letting Meg and her “Superior” into the group home. The thought that she just let a demon and Lucifer into a place that she had made in to a sanctuary for others made her skin crawl. But there was no getting it around it at the moment.

She looked up at Meg. “I will get the records for you to look over, but you won’t find anything here,” Tillie said defiantly.

Meg walked right up to Tillie and stood toe to toe with her. “We’ll be the judge of that,” she spat in her face. ”Now get me the records. You won’t be able you hide anything thing from me.”

“I don’t have anything to you hide from you. I turned everything over to my lawyer this morning,” Tillie admitted. “And he is turning it all over to the Department of Mental Health today. My former employee, Aaron Steeple, confessed to securing fake identification for…one of the residents who lived here,  and using it for his funding application. He also confessed to forging my signature and turning it without my knowledge. He is already in custody, after spending the night at the hospital.”

“You still used DMH funding that you received under false pretenses,” Meg sneered. “That will be enough to put you away. And all these poor idiots who live here, what will happen to them?”

Tillie laughed in Meg’s face. “All this time pretending to be an FBI agent, and you still have no idea how the government really works, do you? I never received a dime of government funding based on the fake ID. I only received a letter  just yesterday saying that Ga-…that the resident had been approved for funding. It takes at least another two months for the government to actually send a check! So I haven’t received or spent any money under false pretenses. My lawyer has already started the wheels in motion to make sure that no money every shows up here based on that false application, you can be sure of that.”

“Excuse me,” Lucifer drawled, finally chiming in on the conversation. “Who was it that you said received the funding, the gentlemen who was using the fake ID. What is his name?”

With her headache as bad as it was, Tillie didn’t think she could lose anymore color in her face, but she had been wrong. Her mouth went dry as she tried to answer, “I…I never said a name.”

“You almost did,” Lucifer replied drily, as he nodded to Meg. “But you caught yourself.”

Meg backed Tillie up against the wall. “It…it doesn’t matter,” Tillie stammered. “You’re not allowed to know. Resident information is confidential.”

“Sweetheart,” Meg cracked. “We’re the FBI. Nothing is confidential. Besides, this guy used the fake ID, too. He is in as much trouble as anyone. I am sure I have a copy of that application with his name on it in my investigation file. Must be pretty important if you don’t want to share.”

“Lucifer,” Michael growled, stepping in. “This matter has been resolved legally. You have no further reason to be here. Leave. Now.”

“Brother, I may have used legal means to get through the door,” Lucifer sneered. “But now that I am here, I am not leaving until I get the information I want . And I don’t think you and this human are a match to stop me and my daughter from getting it.”




“You had Kali do what?” Castiel asked incredulously. “Do you realize how dangerous that is? Not to mention the fact that we were already arranging something similar!”

“Well no one bothered to tell me,” Gabriel snapped. “You guys here aren’t all that different from my idiot brothers back home, are you? Not bothering to fill me in on something that could be important. Besides, it is not like I haven’t seen Kali do something like this before. Except this time, it might be a little bit more…permanent. I was just guessing that I was going home soon, and I was making sure she’d be taken care of.”

“You stand here accusing me of not informing you of our plans,” Castiel pointed out. “But have you told Tillie of yours?”

“No,” Gabriel huffed. “Not anymore than you have. Am I right?”

“She only knows of some of the events of today,” Castiel admitted. “She was not allowed to see everything that will happen. But enough of this, it is time for us to go.”




Meg turned to pick up her investigation file that she had set on the table so she could find the name she had been looking for when Tillie shoved her into the table, causing the papers to go flying everywhere. Theo came bounding into the room and grabbed the application with Gabriel’s name on it into his mouth and chewed it up.

“I guess the dog ate your homework, huh Meg?” Tillie mocked.

“Why you little bitch!” Meg shouted, as she lunged for Tillie. But Theo was faster than Meg as he jumped on her, knocking her down. As Meg struggled to get away from the dog, Theo bit her, right on her rear end.

Meg kicked at Theo as she screamed, ”He bit me on my ass! The freaking dog just bit me on my ass!”

Lucifer ignored all of this and made his was way toward Tillie. He planned to get the information and perhaps much more, in a more subtle way. Michael moved to intercept him, but was distracted by something outside and quickly disappeared. Lucifer backed his prey up against the wall. “It seems my dear, that you angel has abandoned you here for more pleasant pastures. That should give us plenty of time to talk alone.”

“I wouldn’t count on that, brother,” Gabriel scowled, as he stood up, having changed out of his dog form back into something more suitable for battle.




Michael appeared out in the yard shortly after Castiel brought Gabriel back. They were hidden from view in an area that he himself had set up so that only he and his brothers could see from the outside. No humans, demons, nor Lucifer himself would be able to see Gabriel or his angels in this shielded area.

“Thank you Castiel,” Michael said. “Go quickly. Your help is needed inside.” Without another word, Cas disappeared, leaving Michael and Gabriel alone.

“So you must be Mikey,” Gabriel quipped. “How long have you been watching me squirm without lifting a finger to help?”

“This is not the time to complain,” Michael said. “You could be going home any minute now. Besides, I have been helping you from behind the scenes since you got here.”




“I should’ve known Michael wouldn’t be stupid enough to leave me alone with the woman,” Lucifer sighed. “But a dog, Gabriel? Really? As if humans weren’t bad enough.” Lucifer turned away from Gabriel and continued to move towards Tillie.

“An angel?” Meg whined. “I was bitten in the ass by an angel-dog.”

 “Way to keep up with the class Miss FBI investigator,” Tillie snapped at Meg as she backed away from Lucifer, who was slowly coming at her.

“Leave her alone!” Gabriel bellowed.

“Even you can’t stop me from asking her questions, Gabriel. That is all I am going to do,” Lucifer sneered.

“Fine,” Gabriel said. “But you don’t need to take another step closer to ask her questions, brother.”

Lucifer turned to Tillie. “Join me. Tell me what you know about the other dimension and I won’t kill you and I will leave the home intact,” he stated simply, as he were negotiating a business deal.

Tillie laughed at him. “You’re kidding me, right? That is your join me or die speech? No wonder your side loses in the end. You don’t have any creativity. I mean, I thought Darth Vader’s speech to Luke was pretty lame but even he showed a little bit more spark than you just did. I mean Luke lost an appendage and you haven’t even showed one display of power towards me. I thought for sure you might go the Luci and Ethel route, that we could make another great duo like the first two but this time we would get all of the chocolate off the assembly line,” Tillie said. “But I guess I am dealing with the wrong archangel, aren’t I?”

Tillie immediately regretted taunting him because a second later she found herself flung against the opposite wall, pinned, and barely able to breathe.

“I believe you said something about a display of power, Miss Chambers?” Lucifer asked as he glanced down at his nails, as if he were bored.

“So…so you finally stepped up to the plate,” Tillie gasped. “Doesn’t mean I am going to join you. And I’m sure as hell not going to tell you anything about any other dimensions. Don’t really know much, considering I’ve never been to one.”

Lucifer raised his hand towards her and she could feel herself being drug across the room by an invisible hand. But before she got three feet, Gabriel tackled Lucifer and they were fighting. Tillie scrambled to her feet, only to come face to face with Meg.

“Where do think you’re going, dear?” Meg asked

Tillie looked up behind Meg and smiled. “No where. I just wanted to make sure you get acquainted with your new dance partner.” Tillie turned the surprised demon around and shoved her into Castiel’s arms.




“So how come I’ve never heard about you, or this universe? How come you guys get to know about us, but we don’t know about you?” Gabriel whined.

“Is that petulance I hear in your voice?” Michael asked. “I am really going to have to apologize to my little brother for ever comparing him to you.”

“You mean there’s another me running around here? I’m not sure whether I’m flattered or insulted. You can’t really copy this kind of greatness.”

“Well, yeah. You’ve already met ‘Theo’. “

Gabriel’s eyes grew wide as saucers “A dog? My vessel is a freaking dog in this dimension?”

“That’s not how it works here. We can appear as whatever we wish. We didn’t want to confuse you.” Michael fought the urge to roll his eyes.  “And this isn’t about what you are allowed to know or not know. You were in trouble. And our Father, the one constant in all dimensions, decided to save your life by pulling it into this world, rather than letting you die. It is my responsibility to keep you safe until He is ready to restore your Grace and send you back.”

"Yeah, and when is that going to be?” Gabriel demanded

“And soon as there is a distraction to keep the Lucifer’s attention away from the energy it will take to send you home.  Which could be any minute now,” Michael answered as he looked toward the group home.

Gabriel followed his gaze. Realization dawned on him as soon as he saw Tillie arguing with the FBI agent through the window. “No! You bastards! You wouldn’t dare! She hasn’t done anything wrong. In fact, she has helped me!”

“It’s out of my control,” Michael sighed. “The decision has already been made.”

“Yeah, well, we’ll see about that!” Gabriel shouted, and he tried to take off toward the house. But Michael was too quick for him. He grabbed the smaller man by the arm. Without his Grace, Gabriel was no match for Michael.

"You can do no good. You have no power here. And it is already too late,” he stated.

 “I wouldn’t be so sure of that if I were you,” Gabriel retorted. “It’s not like I was entirely unprepared for something like this.”

 “What is that supposed to mean?” Michael hissed.

 “I’m not a big fan of repeating myself,” Gabriel said. “So you can ask Cas to explain when this is all over and I am long gong.”

 And in the next instant, everything changed.




( 8 comments — Leave a comment )
Apr. 4th, 2011 06:31 am (UTC)
Damn you for cliffhangers! *Throws a fit*
Though Gabe ate the paper? I love that XD and his biting meg in the ass? Also priceless. And while you were gone I started writing a random dog fic with a certain angel. Erm I totally did NOT try and take that idea it just happened. XD
Apr. 4th, 2011 08:40 pm (UTC)
You have to have a cliffhanger every once in awhile...I have to have a reason for you to come back.

Gald that you like the Gabe eating the paper and bting Meg in the ass. It kind of fits, right?

And I am glad I inspired a dog fic. There does seem to be more here to work with than I have touched, and, um...well I will just leave it at that. Don't want to spoil anything. But I would read a dog fic with a ceratin nagle. Heck, I wrote one...
Apr. 4th, 2011 08:44 am (UTC)
Oh yes, one should never underestimate Gabriel, even without his powers he is sharp as a knife and always prepared! Who! Go Gabe!! =D
Apr. 4th, 2011 08:38 pm (UTC)
Yep...no one should ever underestimate Gabriel. Might come back to bite you in the ass.(pun intended)
Apr. 5th, 2011 03:23 am (UTC)
I wonder why I keep track of this in LJ but instead it appears on the ffnet alert.

Argh, is that bad that the most interesting bit is when Theo bit Meg in the ass? It shows how childish I'm :)
Noone shall ever underestimate Gabriel even without power.
Apr. 5th, 2011 12:18 pm (UTC)
No, it is not bad...I like those bits of humor myself, which is why I write them...helps relieve the tension.

And you are right...no one should ever underestimate Gabe, with or without his powers!
Jun. 30th, 2011 01:15 pm (UTC)
That, was one good cliffhanger. I really liked Tillie calling Meg out on not knowing anything. It was a little bit meta, with one character pulling out the standard lines and moves, and the other going "that's not how anything works, lol". Theo biting Meg on the ass was pretty funny, but I liked Tillie shoving Meg into her 'dance partner' (I tried to figure out if this chapter was written before or after 'Caged Heat' aired, but I'm no good with air dates. If it was before, well done for pre-empting some Meg and Cas interaction, if it was after, nice way to apply some Meg and Cas interaction :p ).
Jun. 30th, 2011 01:59 pm (UTC)
The whole thing is little bit meta, with Gabriel in another dimension, but....
It was written after Caged Heat, I am pretty sure. Though it has been awhile!
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