Cut to a dance club. A DJ spins some records on stage as the crowd chants his name. The visuals go all blurry, but it's unclear whether that's an effect meant to show that Turney is on drugs, or just that the music is great or something. Turney looks like Casey Affleck. He stumbles around onstage, and the blurriness continues. He walks to the front of the stage and then stage-dives backwards into the crowd. The dancers pass him overhead through the room, but then a few kids notice that there is blood on their faces and hands. They set Turney down on the floor, and he's unconscious with his mouth filled with blood. Yuck.
John walks into the police station and asks Frank for some dating advice. Frank says, "Last time I went on a date was the opening night of Dances With Wolves. I had on MC Hammer pants and a gold earring." Hee! John starts to tell Frank that Hammer dropped the MC part in 1991. Oh, take it to the Surreal Life forums. Frank sees a guy wheeling Turney in on a gurney; Turney, whose name is Turney, is dead. John suspects that the cause could've been a heart attack, since it happened onstage. Frank points out that Turney was nineteen. John notices an incision scar on Turney's neck and a slight bulge in his chest.
Cut to the coroner, pulling a device out of Turney's chest. It's a nerve stimulator used to prevent epileptic seizures. The coroner thinks that the cause of death is probably "a prolonged epileptic seizure" and points out that Turney bit off part of his tongue (the source of the blood). Frank thinks they should term it an accident, then. John asks for a magnet and a voltmeter. The coroner hands them over and explains to Frank that the device should have prevented any seizures. Frank asks if Turney could have disabled it. The coroner says that would be suicide. Frank realizes that with a new recording contract and album coming out, Turney had a lot to live for. Yeah, tell that to Kurt Cobain. John tests the device and realizes that it works. Frank asks what that means. John says that electrical or magnetic waves can interfere with the device, but there's little chance that those were in the club accidentally. John says that if someone knew Turney had the device implanted, they could have shut it down, knowing it would result in a fatal seizure. Frank isn't ready to call it a homicide, but is willing to continue the investigation. He starts to leave, but John calls him back to ask for dating advice. Frank tells him to call Ann Landers, but John says that she's dead. Frank is sad to hear it.