John and Frank walk down the street. John wonders over how Rachel says, "Frequency." Frank rips on him for it as they reach a recording studio. Randi from ER sits behind the soundboard while a band records a song. She explains that she's known Turney since he was seventeen, and after hearing his demo, she signed on to produce him. Frank asks if Turney had any real potential. Randi says the label moved up his release and got him some radio airplay, and the "critics and groupies were falling all over themselves." Frank offers his condolences, and Randi says it always seems to happen to the ones with real talent. That's because when the talentless losers die, they don't get much press coverage. Frank asks if Randi knew that Turney had epilepsy. She knew he took medication for something, but she didn't know the specifics. Frank asks if she was at the show that night. Randi says she was working with the band that's currently recording, and she hates the fact that she wasn't at the club.
John walks into the studio and tells the guitarist that he's out of tune. The guitarist thinks John is full of crap. Wouldn't a band with a recording contract use an electronic tuner? J-Dawg uses one, and he doesn't even have a recording contract. John takes the guitar and tunes it. Meanwhile, Frank asks Randi if she has any idea who might have done this. Randi says that Turney was cocky and talented, so he had a lot of enemies. Frank asks her to be more specific. Randi says she's always in the studio, so if he wants to know about Turney's life outside the studio, he should talk to Fox, Turney's attorney. John starts playing the guitar fairly well, running through a number of different musical styles. Randi and Frank grin. John eventually breaks a string. Frank murmurs, "And he's asking me for tips on how to turn women on." John and Frank split.