Of course, it's just Cameron talking in Riley's voice, telling Aaron that she's in Riverside and she's OK, and then she winds up talking to John, who interestingly at first almost seems like he wants to believe that it actually is Riley, only he knows that it's really not, and his conversation works on another level with Cameron: "You know you're really freaking everybody out, right?" he tells her. "Am I freaking you out now?" she asks him. Yeah, he's freaking out. He says they'll talk later, and she gives him another "I love you," and it's all John can do not to fall apart right there, but he just says, "OK, bye," and clicks off.
So outside, he meets up with Cameron and asks her what the hell that was about, and she tells him it was the plan, and he tells her that the plan was just for her to call the foster parents' house so the dad could hear Riley's voice, and Cameron's all, "I did that," and John points out that it's not all she did, and Cameron reminds him that the point was to make it seem like Riley was still alive so the foster parents don't go to the cops, and John's reaction made it more authentic, and if anything, John practically sobbing his eyes out made things more suspicious, if you ask me. She asks if he doesn't think it was more authentic this way, and he doesn't answer. So she asks where they're going now, like maybe they're going out to dinner to celebrate. "We're not going anywhere. I'm going somewhere, and I'm going to go alone," he says. She tells him he shouldn't be alone, and he says, "Yes, I should," and he stomps off down the street.
Ellison stomps back into the room to see John Henry, who asks if he had fun playing the game, and Ellison's all pissed off and says he didn't: "Because what you did made me very, very angry." He says John Henry kept a secret: "The secret you kept could have harmed Savannah. What if we couldn't have found her? What if she'd fallen from the roof and died?" "Then she wouldn't be alive anymore. And her life is important. Human life is sacred," says John Henry. Ellison says if anything had happened to Savannah, it would have been his fault. "My fault," says John Henry, sounding unhappy. Ellison says John Henry was the only one who knew where Savannah was, and he made a choice not to tell. "It was the wrong choice." John Henry considers this. Ellison might want to consider that John Henry could easily kill him without lifting a finger.