Sam once again rolled his eyes, but didn't give Lucifer the satisfaction of a vocal answer. "Same Michael."
It was a short answer, but at the moment Samael wasn't in much of mood for talking about Michael to Lucifer. However, he couldn't help but continue the discussion about himself. "Funny, you would think with all the things I've done, God would have cast me out by now. He hasn't, funny that."
Folding his arms, Sam smirked. "Some mortals actually think I'm the rider on the white horse; the one called king of kings and lord of lords. They also think that I rode either you, or Satan in the Garden of Eden, and watched while one of you had intercourse with Eve. Oh! and apparently I have an evil twin brother named Samael, and I'm also Asmodeus!"
He sighed, "Yes, mortals are stupid, but that's what makes them worth saving."