John and Lorne stand in front of two gravestones, because also, in the farmlands, they don't have cemeteries. Which used to be true, in like the 1800s, but not so much anymore. Anyway, Lorne explains that John's father died just after John disappeared three years ago, and his mother died just last summer. John kneels down and stares at their gravestones, and says that he doesn't remember.
Lorne and his wife, Cassie, get John some tea while John looks at some photo albums in their house. Lorne tells Cassie that she looks like she's seen a ghost, and Cassie says that she thought John was "up with the angels." Okay, writers. She might live on a farm, but she's not retarded. John apologizes for not remembering them. Lorne tells him to take it easy. Cassie just shouts out, "Her little cupid." Okay, maybe she is retarded. John's all, "Huh?" and Cassie explains that his mother called him that because he was born on Valentine's Day, and she used to sing "My Funny Valentine" to him at bedtime. John gets choked up and says that he knows that song. Lorne thinks this is a sign that John's memory is returning. John remembers that he mentioned that song on television, and it's weird how their stories match up with the few things he knows about himself. Lorne asks sharply what John is trying to say. John says that he finds it all a bit coincidental. Lorne gets all mad that John might be calling him a liar, and Cassie tells Lorne to simmah. Cassie grabs a cookie jar that says "Be My Valentine" on the back in a childish hand. Cassie explains that John made that for his mother when he was six, and tells him to believe in that cookie jar if he can't believe them. John apologizes and says he's "almost afraid to believe," but he wants to hear more. Lorne tells John that one time he marched up Main Street in the Fourth of July parade, and his trousers fell down around his ankles. They all share a good chuckle over that one. Ah ha ha! Public nudity.
The next morning. John and Lorne walk out to the corral. John says he slept better than he has in a long time. John sees a horse bucking around the corral, and Lorne explains that John can help them lead the horse into a pen, because they have someone coming by later that day to break the horse. John is surprised that Lorne doesn't break them himself, and starts spouting statistics about it, until Lorne says that he's afraid he'd break a bone. Lorne hints that John might want to give it a try, but John's not too sure. Lorne says that John used to be a great rider, ever since his father bought him his first pony, Pogo. John reviews the instructions aloud. Lorne hands John his cowboy hat, and John enters the corral. This is so dumb. Who cares if John breaks the horse or not? Dude can hotwire and fly a helicopter on the first try, so his ability to break a horse isn't going to convince me that he's Tommy Crowder. John gets bucked off the horse and wants to quit, but Lorne convinces him not to. He gets bucked again, and gets back on. This happens a few more times until, to the surprise of no one, John manages to get the horse under control. The cowboys all cheer, and the Field of Dreams music starts back up again. Lorne takes his cowboy hat back.