“Honestly, I couldn’t care less about the reasons. This is important, you’re here and he isn’t.” Alastair frowned and considered the weak little human in front of him. He couldn’t decide if he should kill it now or later. “Everyone has reasons for what they do, not a lot of them are very good. I would know.”
“But why am I here? He… he said. Where is Castiel?” He’s growing more panicked as minutes pass. “Who are you? I’ve — seen you before.” Nothing good could have happened to leave him this bloody and without Castiel.
Alastair rolled his eyes. “You’re here because I sent Castiel back to his home in the fluffy clouds. As for who I am…” Alastair wiped his bloody razors on his already ruined pants until they gleamed. “Well, I don’t remember you, but if you’ve been riding shotgun then I wouldn’t be surprised if you do remember me. You see, I’m the demon who has been bothering the little angel in charge of you.”
Jimmy’s eyes grew wide as Alastair spoke. “Demon. Of course.” He head fell back against the wall as he couldn’t hold it up any longer. He could tell he was growing weaker. “Why…”
“I’m sorry, I know you’ve lost a lot of blood, but you’re going to have to do better than that. Why is such a general question, you could be talking about just about anything. Why is the sky blue? Why am I suffering from severe blood loss? Why do cats always land on their feet?”
Jimmy straightens himself up some looking at the demon. “Why did… you send Castiel… away?” He struggles trying to keep his head up but it fall back against the wall again with a light thud.
“Because he’s an thief and an ignorant jackass and I don’t like him very much,” said Alastair honestly. He didn’t understand why he was humoring the human, but he was surprised he was still awake.
Jimmy held on to consiousness a while longer, but he couldn’t work up the willpower to speak. Why me? His eyes slide closed, his body slumping over some as he feels consciousness slip away.
Alastair sighed as the human fell unconscious. “Well, that was boring,” he said and shrugged. He disappeared.