Shadow and Mr. Wednesday seek out Dvalin to repair the Gungnir spear. In a flashback, the story of Mr. Wednesday's son Donar is shown.
Did You Know?
The con Wednesday and Shadow use to steal the Lou Reed jacket is described by Wednesday in the source novel. Wednesday states that this con (his personal favorite) would not be practical in the modern age. Evidently, he was mistaken. See more
We know now that Norse helmets did not contain horns, but there is Donar with one. The horns were added by Medieval artists to indicate the demonic nature of their subject. While it could be believed that Wednesday's Burlesque club was only providing what the clients were expecting, historical accuracy would be preferred. See more
Playing dead convincingly is an underrated skill.
References Don't Fence Me In
Written and performed by Lou Reed
[plays over the sword-forging montage] See more