John crosses Dante's name off the list and mutters, "Not me." Next on the list is on Dr. Elvis Braithwaite. John and Wesley arrive at a doctor's office that very helpfully lists Elvis Braithwaite's full name, even though his colleagues only get to list their first initials. John rings the bell, and a guy in a white lab coat (Dr. Elvis, I presume?) answers the door, like, don't they have a receptionist at this place? Dr. Elvis looks at John and says, "You! I've been waiting for you." John asks if Dr. Elvis knows him, and Dr. Elvis says that Dante told him all about John, and that John should forget about Group Otto. Dr. Elvis slams the door, and John crosses Dr. Elvis's name off his list and looks at the third name, D. Walker.
John rings a buzzer on an apartment building. A woman opens the door and lists off all of the laws and statutes against solicitation that John is currently violating. She threatens to call the police, and slams the door. Wesley asks how the woman could be a sperm donor. How do they know that she was D. Walker? Just because she was in his apartment? Or did the John Doe-like listing of facts mean that she must be a genius? John crosses the name off the list anyway, which seems a bit premature, but whatever. Also, how convenient that she was the only one on the list whose first name wasn't spelled out.
The next name on the list is Andrew Lemonde. John and Wesley walk up to a house and ring the bell. No one answers in like .2 seconds, so John knocks on the door, which swings open. John calls out, and again only waits a half second before telling Wesley to wait outside and entering the house. John walks around the spooky house, which is filled with giant stacks of magazines. John sees a dude slumped over a table and makes the crazy constipated face, so you know the dude is dead. Oh, yeah, and his head is cut open and there's a pool of blood on the table. Those were the other signs.
The house has now become a crime scene. I kind of have a crush on the crime scene/forensics guy. Hey, he's a redhead. I have a thing for redheads. Anyway, Frank asks Stu what's up, and Stu says that the guy's been dead for twenty-four hours. So, assuming John and Wesley's visits all took place in one day, the guy was killed before John started making the visits. Frank notes that the guy's brain is gone. Hey, he's not a cop for nothing. Stu says that the olfactory and cranial nerves were severed clean, and the killer probably used a cranial drill, which takes skill. Frank guesses that the killer is medically trained, and Stu agrees. Lt. Bosslady storms in and is still disgusted with John, who says he was just trying to help Wesley. Lt. Bosslady says that Wesley is terrified, and asks how John knows him. The camera pans over to Wesley in the doorway, talking to a cop. John says that it's just a case. Frank can't believe that John brought a kid in there as he slams the door shut. John says that he told Wesley to wait outside. Frank tells John that it's irresponsible, and asks if he knows anything about kids. John starts spouting off statistics again, because -- get it? He knows a lot, but he doesn't really know anything. I don't know if you got that yet. Don't worry -- they'll repeat the theme a million more times in this episode in case you missed it. John says that he's just trying to help Wesley find his dad. Lt. Bosslady says that she hopes the victim is not Wesley's father. John explains about the sperm donor list and Group Otto. Lt. Bosslady asks what this has to do with the murder, and John says that the group members all knew each other and were keeping secrets. So he's met less than half of the group and he assumes that they all knew each other? Bad police work. Frank points out that the second name on the list, Dr. Elvis, is medically trained. John supplies that Dr. Elvis specializes in brain surgery.